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January 08, 2010


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Meg, its just a guess -- Im not one of those fancy-schmancy chef types -- but Im pretty sure they could make the soup drinkable. No MSG, low salt and Im SO THERE!


the soup thing is a good idea, except that I mostly consume my fast food while driving, so the soup would have to come in a cup with a sippy lid so I could have at least one hand on the wheel at all times while hurtling down the highway at breakneck speeds.


There's a reason why you can't find 'home' cooked vegtables in a store....

Wong country Bob.

Chesapeake Bay Woman

This is something long over due, really. Home cooked vegetables are something I'd knock down the door to get to, but you can't find them anywhere..except at home.

When I see that McBroccoli, I'm reminded of one of my favorite SEinfeld episodes, the one where everyone's addicted to the Kenny Rogers chicken. Newman calls broccoli a "vile weed" after forcing himself to take a bite, and then chases it down with a shot of honey mustard sauce.


I have often decried the lack of drive-through produce stands...but then, I'm weird.

Since I can't drive through (it's "through", not "thru", dangit!!), I bring my own.

Shade and Sweetwater,
K (who makes her own soup, but would be keen on the whole concept of a drive-through for that...although the logistics of eating it while on the go are a concern...spoon? straw? really wide straw?? One wonders...)

Bob Cleveland

I personally am waiting for someone to open an O'Chittlin's.

Or maybe KFC. Kentucky Fried Cat.

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