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Re: “Food Review: The Spirit of Caliente Lives on at the New Sheppard Street Tavern

@jmk... I've had the widowmaker on two visits. It's kinda like the old mild but without the flavor and more beans. Too many years to remember exactly. Texas Wisconsin... I used to order the half and half and occasionally the widowmaker . Please try it out, I'm not here to bash this guy's place over chili.

Posted by stump on 02/03/2017 at 6:29 PM

Re: “A Peach in a Pear Tree's New Midlothian Bakery Is a Sweet Expansion

Sounds great. Good luck and see you soon.

Posted by stump on 01/31/2017 at 10:27 PM

Re: “Food Review: Mi Jalisco Satisfies the Urge for Mexican Fare in North Side

Why do you publish a review of a "Mexican" place like this? This crap is served everywhere. This "reviewer" needs to dig deeper. A bad beer and chips will bring this person back. haha...

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Posted by stump on 01/31/2017 at 10:21 PM

Re: “Cold Shoulder Forms Between Nikki-Dee Ray and WxRisk Ahead of Snowstorm

I'm not going to back up Tolleris' comments at all. However, I stopped watching WTVR's morning news within the past couple of months. It is completely unprofessional for a news program to allow a dog on camera and continually allow her to use phrases like "skirt alert" and "hair scare". She also needs to grow up. I had enough.

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Posted by stump on 01/06/2017 at 5:29 PM

Re: “Outside In: You Don’t Need a Kitchen to Roast a Turkey

Brandon, please think about removing "smoldering" under point 2. Wood that doesn't burn hot and "smolders" creates creosote which adds a very bitter taste to the meat that no one wants. A hot fire with air movement adds the sweet essence of smokey flavor as herbs or spice would do in any dish.

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Posted by stump on 11/22/2016 at 10:24 PM

Re: “"Richmond Pitbull Project" Hopes to Shine a Light on a Misunderstood Breed

Potentially aggressive dog breed owners... "Don't worry, he/she won't bite" as the owner pulls on the leash as strong as they can.

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Posted by stump on 11/20/2016 at 9:43 AM

Re: “Opinion: Sorry "Pet Parents," But Your Animals Are Not Your Children

On a recent trip to Oregon, I did a beach walk on a very foggy morning. Out of nowhere comes a little small dog to my feet. The owners appeared and thought it was great and made many comments. I continued walking with that little thing trying to jump up on me. The "parents' were laughing. I asked them if they knew what a leash was. Their jaws dropped. The dog kept following me. As soon as I couldn't see the "parents", the dog finally turned around after I kicked sand in it's face many times. The first didn't deter the "child". I certainly understand what Jeff is talking about. I could go on and on about other situations.

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Posted by stump on 09/21/2016 at 2:36 PM

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