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SixOhNine

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Meatloaf sliders from Cracker Barrel?

WTF kind of websites have you been going to?
 

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How I manage to lock myself out of my home twice in two weeks. Now I'm looking at around $200 for a door repair (on top of the original $120 for a locksmith who subsequently damaged the door necessitating this repair) or multiple of that to replace the now discontinued hardware.
It's been fixed! Paid an extra $169 for another locksmith to come in (4 days later) and fix the damaged lock. Apparently I would have been out up to $800 to get another proper looking lock to fit the door. The door is nice though. #winning

Modern lock that doesn't need a key?
HOA rules bruh. All the door handles/locks got to look the same. There's an option to get a different deadbolt but that would've been ~$400. But I was like "I don't want to stand out!" so everything worked out.
 

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I hate meatloaf and ketchup is gross.
ketchup is a weird one. it's super tangy and also super sweet. i'm pretty much off it these days, maybe that'll change at some point idk
Meatloaf often has ketchup as ingredient (not just on it). I am mostly a no meatloaf-mo, but the dish can be elevated to very high levels occasionally. It's mostly done horribly, however.

Ketchup on a burger is good. It ought to be mixed with mustard IMHO, not left on its own. Mayo is perhaps a better condiment objectively, but it lacks a certain American splendor that the classic ketchup/mustard combo has.

@Omega Male et al. Anybody have any sauces or concoctions that they put on burgers? For instance, I wonder what would be the best way to replicate a McDonald's quarter pounder kind of sauce.
 

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