Thursday, November 03, 2005

Turkey

I saw Dr. Gorman at PSU today.

Also, my best friend since way back when left for Marine boot camp last week, so any prayers would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

12 comments:

Ken said...

Hi chuck I am cooking pigs in a blanket?

Magda said...

What are pigs in a blanket?

Magda said...

And how do you cook them?

Magda said...

And do they contain gluten?

Magda said...

Sorry, Chuck. I mean, I will keep your friend in mind. I'm sure boot camp is as intense as cooking pigs in a blanket.

I hope you're enjoying Portland. I miss it so.

imac said...

Pigs in a blanket are hot dogs covered in bread. Different than actual hot dogs or corn dogs but similar. At least the way I'm used to them.

Dave said...

I thought they were a sausage rolled in a pancake, which should be closed together to fully wrap it (so not like a taco, more like a corndog w/ open ends). boy do i feel dumb... you'd think by 18 I'd be smarter... well i don't mean you, so much as I...;)

Scott said...

A pig in a blanket is definitely a sausage in a pancake, with the pancake fully enclosing the sausage. I've never had one, but I'd expect it to not come unfolded very easily either.

Cynda said...

HOW HAVE YOU NOT HEARD OF PIGS IN A BLANKET?!?!

DID YUO LIVE UNDER A ROCK AS A CHILD?!?!

Oh dear.

Nobody and Nothing! said...

I know two different definitions. One is a sausage in a pancake. The other is a hot dog in a breading type of thing, I usally make them using Pilsberry Cresant Rolls and wraping them around Hot dogs, mmm... nummy.

Ken said...

Both definitions are correct; yesterday's case referred to the crescent roll/hot dog variety. Chuck, I'm sorry this doesn't really apply to your post at all. I'll be praying for him.

Chuck said...

Thanks. I'm sure he'd really enjoy some pigs in a blanket at boot camp instead of whatever crap he's getting right now.

p.s. my word verification was swken.