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re: What's the oldest coin or dollar you've seen in circulation. - MeridianDog
If you want to waste some time, go look at this auction house's web site. [link=(https://www.ha.com/)]Heritage Auctions, Dallas, Texas[/link]...
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re: What's the oldest coin or dollar you've seen in circulation. - MeridianDog
There are legitimate folks who will do it. They charge a pretty good bit to do their service. You should get a good book on coins (Latest edition), or an internet site and do most of the valuation yourself. Read the evaluation criteria carefully and be very conservative on what grade you assign, sin...
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re: What's the oldest coin or dollar you've seen in circulation. - MeridianDog
I had an uncle (RIP) who was the Jack's Cookie Man in the Mississippi Delta, back in the old wooden country store days (1950s). He collected and had many old and many valuable coins, he collected in change the old country grocery store folks paid him with. I remember him saying they would pay a fift...
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re: What's the oldest coin or dollar you've seen in circulation. - MeridianDog
It has been a while since I encountered an older coin. In 1957, my brother and I began collecting coins as a hobby (I know very well that I am as old as dirt). At that time, we were holding out any pennies older than 1945. We had those little blue coin collection folders that had slots for each year...
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re: My dad was just wheeled back for open heart surgery - UPDATED OP #2 - MeridianDog
Prayers said for him and the family. I had two bypasses and a heart valve replaced, over 12 years back, then pacemaker later on. The help I can offer, in addition to prayers is to say the doctors who do this stuff do multiple cases every day, and they are very good at it. Praying for successful s...
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re: On Do We? - MeridianDog
Nice Post. Looks good....
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re: Lexington KY area? - MeridianDog
Someone mentioned Keenland. The Red mile is nifty too. That is where the trotters race. The track is across the street from the airport. When the big races are going, all of the rich guys park their jets on the grass along the runway, across the fence from the track, then walk across the road to the...
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re: Cajun dishes to cook for someone that can’t have seafood? - MeridianDog
Gout is a strange disease. I was diagnosed with gout close to 50 years ago. It was bad when I started treatment. For all of that time, I have taken 300 mg of Allopurinol daily and have only had problems the two times I told myself, "This is not gout." and stopped taking my Allopurinol. They do not t...
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re: Cajun dishes to cook for someone that can’t have seafood? - MeridianDog
Creole isn't Cajun. They aren't? :rotflmao: Here is the quote of my first line, and I'll stick by that statement, [quote]I'll just throw a few out. They may or may not be Cajun, But Cajuns have cooked all of them and they are pretty dishes.[/quote]...
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re: Cajun dishes to cook for someone that can’t have seafood? - MeridianDog
[b]Chicken Bonne Femme (Good Woman’s Chicken)[/b] "Good woman's chicken" and its variations (Chicken Clemenceau and Chicken Pontalba) is one of the best dishes in the Creole cookbook. There is little agreement on how it's prepared, but potatoes and garlic are always part of the recipe. This rec...
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re: Cajun dishes to cook for someone that can’t have seafood? - MeridianDog
I'll just throw a few out. They may or may not be Cajun, But Cajuns have cooked all of them and they are pretty dishes. Creole Chicken and Okra Ingredients: 6 boneless chicken breasts 1/2 cup oil 1/2 cup flour 3/4 cup chopped onions 1/2 cup chopped celery 1/4 cup chopped bell p...
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re: Does anyone else prefer a New York strip or even a prime top sirloin over a ribeye? - MeridianDog
I prefer the taste and texture of a rare NY Strip...
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re: Your best taco soup recipe - MeridianDog
With what you say about her stomach, I'd keep it simple and somewhat mild. Taco Soup Simple YIELD: 8 servings (about 2 quarts). Ingredients 2 pounds ground beef 1 envelope taco seasoning 1-1/2 cups water 1 can (16 ounces) mild chili beans, undrained 1 can (15-1/4 ounces) whole kerne...
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re: Explain to me the obsession with Buc-ees - MeridianDog
Ten reasons: 1 - Customers are guaranteed a well lit place to park and pump 2 - A clean well lit, stench free place to sit and take a leak or dump. 3 - No one on the interstate has such a good selection of heavy duty Grills, smokers and fish fryers to admire. They had the biggest sheet metal...
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re: Lunch Thread dain bramage edition - MeridianDog
mmmMMMMMmmMMM lots of beautiful roux with just the right amount of trinity. Couldn't have done it any better myself! :bow:...
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re: Did you know an aircraft carrier can power a city? Why don't they use them in texas? - MeridianDog
Do you have any idea what a river pilot would charge to drive an aircraft carrier up the Brazos River to wherever they have the extension cord plug located? Who you expect to pay that?...
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re: WFDT- hopefully most are getting electricity back - MeridianDog
[quote]Fish stick tacos with a spicy Chipotle mayo. [/quote] MMmmmmmm!...
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re: good food & drink on the MS gulf coast? - MeridianDog
Lots of places down there I would be happy after eating. I know I have left some out that are first rate. Some of these may have folded during the plague. Gulfport, Biloxi, Ocean Springs … White Pillars Long Beach Market and Deli Le Bakery (Biloxi) – Bahn Mi, Pasteries, Turnovers Mignon’s Ma...
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re: Anyone have some marinara sauce tips? - MeridianDog
Here is a Marinara sauce seasoned with onion, but without onion pieces in the final sauce. To make 2 cups of Marinara you will need: 1 can (28 Oz.) Cento whole tomatoes. 1/2 of a medium onion (left whole) 1 Tablespoon olive oil 3 cloves minced garlic 2 teaspoons fresh basil 2 teaspoons o...
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re: My wife's latest cake creation - MeridianDog
Really nice. If someone chose cake for the food contest, she would be a winner before the event even took place. Did anyone tell her the top layer is crooked? :rotflmao: Sorry. The Debel made me do it....
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