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Monday, 16 November 2015

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Ed (from Yuma)

You keep finding those places. I had forgotten about those stuffed tomatoes. That does look good.

caninecologne

Those omelets look really good (paired with Dudley's nut bread, even better). Your link to "hotdish" was quite useful. I learned about "funeral potatoes" and potato chips as a casserole topping. Quite interesting for me since I didn't grow up eating casseroles.

Soo @ hungryones

Looks like a great place to get an omelet! I'd pay the extra 39 cents too. :-)

Cathy

People do eat close to where they live, Ed...and it's like a little vacation going to other neighborhoods. Diner-type tuna salad stuffed tomatoes have been my latest obsession, especially in hot weather; we've made many versions at home this summer.

So nice to help out, cc. Yes, the simplicity of what to do creatively with leftovers is taken for granted. The ubiquitous Thanksgiving green bean casserole (topped with those addictive Frenches crispy fried onions) is appalling to a few and such a comfort to others.

It's a fun place, Soo. The whole menu is served all day, so a lunch omelet is an option. The first time we went to Dudley's in Santa Ysabel, we ate half of each of the three loaves of bread we bought before we got home (31 miles).

nhbilly

Seems like cozy cafe spot without the hipster. ;-)

Cathy

It's a really nice place, Bill. Just good food and nice people. The Mister and I are not hipsters and when we do go to those places, it's usually very early in the day during the week...makes us objective of the hipster foods.

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