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Thursday, 06 May 2010

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Stephen

Looks good. I've been shopping at Iowa Meat Farm for years. Wish they made sandwiches there

bill

The places looks great now if they can only get the order correctly.
At least its something that can be taken out versus overcooking and bad condiments.

sherry

What time of day were you there, Cathy? I've *never* been there when those parking spaces out front were empty!

Cathy

Hi again, Stephen. We normally go to Iowa Meat Farms (it's a straight shot down Mission Gorge Gorge Road from Santee)for most shopping, but once we discovered the additional goodies at Seisel's, I try to stop whenever I am in that area.
It always seems The Mister not only gets onions when he doesn't want them, but he gets more than I do on similar items.
You got me, sherry. It was about 8 a.m. on a Sunday and the store was not open. The outside tables were not set up yet and the cow is apparently taken in at night.

Soo

That's great you eat out all the time!

Cathy

Hi Soo. We really don't eat out as much as you see on the blog. You can see some of my recipes in the "Cathy's $5 Fridays" under "Categories" in the left column. I knew Kirk was going to be gone on vacation for quite a while and also that ed (from Yuma) would not be able to post much, so I have been saving up a lot of restaurant visits so that I could keep the blog interesting until Kirk and His Missus get back. I think I would really get sick of going out to eat every day...

Bbq Dude

Gonna have to try Seisel's. We're regulars at Iowa Meat Farms, but we'll have to check out the difference at Seisel's.

Cathy

Hi, BBQDude. I usually right when it opens or later in the afternoon on Sunday if I have to go on a weekend. Otherwise it is pretty crowded. Seisel's is a bit larger in the grocery section and I think there is more of a meat selection (I get City Chicken at Seisel's and never noticed it a IMF).

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