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Michael Morris
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My middle son Mikey had his 22nd B'day on Tuesday and said he wanted home-made chili and Pittsburg Hot Links. Not Pittsburg, PA but Pittsburg, TX. For those who have never had the immense pleasure of eating these little devils, well you've never been near Nirvana. You have to cook them in an oven or in a container if you grill them. If you start out with 4 lbs of links, you'll pour off 2 lbs of grease. You can almost feel your arteries clogging as you eat them. It's kinda like when Bart said "But Dad, my heart hurts" when Homer told him to "Butter your bacon boy!". You don't even want to know what they're made of, but man, with a six-pack of long necks, a box of cracker, a large bottle of Tabasco, no women around and a good Monty Python flick, now that's livin'.


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Richard Hawkes
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Joined: Jan 28, 2003
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Sounds delicious!
 
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