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johnny dollar's vault

retro pop culture and various local observations and ramblings.

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Location: Baltimore, Maryland, United States
johnny dollar's vault resides in the basement of stately dollar maisonTM, amongst the wine cellar, tiki bar, and finicky electrical panel. from time to time i will unearth various artifacts from either there or from the random crevices of my mind.

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NOTE: this blog will NOT deal with any recent pop culture (i.e. since about 1990) or topical issues, so if you're looking for discussion about britney baracko jacko flacco, look elsewhere, lol

Friday, November 16, 2007

better start your thanksgiving shoppin soon...

well it's less than a week to thanksgiving day, and i bet the grocery stores are gonna be NUTZ this weekend, so we're doing our shopping tonite at the evil empire that is wegman's. seriously, folks seem to hate on the place but i lurv it.

ima gonna make my specialty, creamed onions, and we also got a fedex shipment yesterday of raffetto's "nesselro fruits" from ultimate gourmet in joisey to make nesselrode pie! looking forward to that.

not to mention the baltimore tradition of sauerkraut with the turkey ~ i never experienced that til i moved here, but i'm down widdit!

so get your choppin in oily, choppers!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

we R sooo making the family wear fezes for dinner!!!! u can just hand them out as they walk in the door!!!

11:28 AM  
Blogger Charissa said...

Wow... how long did you spend photoshopping that picture? Goodness.

9:36 PM  
Blogger John said...

I made the horrible mistake of shopping at Wegman's on Thanksgiving Eve 2006 (just read about it yourself). I had better damn well do it this weekend, now that I think about it. We've finally decided to do a small turkey and maybe ham. My sister, who is making much of the food, just about reached out over the phone and smacked me when I suggested we do ham INSTEAD of turkey (after that, all she would say to me is "Gobble gobble. GOBBLE GOBBLE GOBBLE!"). I might put the old slow cooker to work, too. I found this cranberry-orange sauce recipe that looks interesting.

So where exactly do you get the time to Photoshop all those fezes into that Rockwell painting?

9:50 PM  
Blogger johnny dollar said...

it only took about 5 minutes max to photo chop. i'm fast...

p.s. mission accomplished, wegmans was relatively dead last night... neener, neener...

8:43 AM  

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