Discussion in 'The Bar' started by RH Goatcabin, Oct 16, 2011.
....and a cheese sandwich. Discuss.
What kind of cheese?
As a kid, I was always intrigued by the grill marks they got on the little burgers. They look much better on TV---not so much in real life
Heavily processed food with excess sodium.
American. Our favorite dandy would be most upset.
Does it taste like fine Sirloin?
More accurately, our favorite dandy would be in a tizzy or snit...
He might even get "the vapors"..
what exactly is "hearty" supposed to mean?
Either one of these cheeses would have been acceptable.
Since it was American cheese, I can only assume that you sir, are a terrorist and trying to cover it up, by purchasing anything with the word American on it.
Those cans of soup are about 2 servings so whatever the sodium is per serving, double it. Cheese is full of sodium also so good luck with your sodium soup and sandwich.
I think it means thick. I sawr a commercial advertising putting that "hearty" soup over rice. As if the soup was a sauce rather than a soup.
You people talk about sodium, fats, and such like it's something bad! Eat what the hell you want!
There's an old joke about 2 old men in a checkout line at the grocery store. First guy looks at the other guy, a long faced old sullen character. Then he looks into his shopping cart and sees, Low sodium. No cholesterol. High fiber. No sugar. Non fat. etc.
And he asks the guy. "Do you think all that stuff makes you live longer?"
To which he replies, "No. It just seems longer."
The fact that it's promoted as healthy is what irks me. I agree eat what you want. Just don't kid yourself.
For instance, I also had a sodium sandwich with bleached enriched sodium flour for lunch today chased by carbonated high fructose corn syrup. Yum.