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Unread 02-24-2009, 01:30 PM   #11
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What was Janes last name, was mayor in late 70's Jane Byrne.
O I remember, the nasty winter of 1979 when my first daughter was born. Took my wife to the hospital in sunshine and left the next morning in a light snow. 3 days and a blizzard later they finally got roads open and I brought them home. The city was crippled and Byrne got elected that year. I do remember now. Most of my memories from back then revolve around the job and new baby.

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Unread 02-24-2009, 01:41 PM   #12
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Unread 02-28-2009, 09:08 AM   #13
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You guys crack me up.

Made some sausage and bacon from the pig, here's breakfast starting



Bacon on the left, italian sausage on the top right and breakfast sausage on the lower right. Add a whole grain pancake, compliments of my wife,



and it's heaven on a plate. Actually I wouldn't normally eat italian sausage for breakfast but I wanted to see if it was worth stuffing in links or if we should just use it for spaghetti and lasagna. Decided it was a little too strong (and salty) for links. I still haven't made good bacon. This is very salty, but not cured like I would prefer. Mary called it salt pork and she's right. It's just like the salt pork we had as kids. The breakfast sausage is outstanding this time. We mixed mild with spicy and it is just perfect.

Time to go hunting again.
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