Pickles by Brian Crane for January 11, 2022

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    carlsonbob  9 months ago

    Good answer, Earl, or tomorrow you may be eating Muffin’s food.

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    Wilde Bill  9 months ago

    That would explain the sudden urges to run to the terlet.

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    Bullet Bronson Premium Member 9 months ago

    Do NOT antagonize the cook!

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    Sanspareil  9 months ago

    C’mon Earl, man up!! Say it’s just getting worse every day!!

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    Doug K  9 months ago

    Incentive for dieting.

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    cubswin2016  9 months ago

    Earl should not start things that he cannot finish.

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    juicebruce  9 months ago

    Earl just take a turn cooking or be quiet .

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    DavidWilliams1  9 months ago

    When I went to Jasper National Park, I found a Polish restaurant with delicious cabbage rolls and I had them every day I was there.

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    landyk  9 months ago

    Stuffed cabbage is one of my favorite meals and in my mouth day three is the best. I can judge even a day four, as the pot ran empty. I really wish my wife would go to the trouble more often.

    Please don’t suggest I do the honors, you’ve never eaten my cooking. My skills are to pay the check and leave a good tip.

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    iggyman  9 months ago

    Very odiferous!

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    iggyman  9 months ago

    The local store has cabbage rolls in tomato sauce stuffed with beef. Called Pigs in the blanket or Golumpkis !

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    JSH in Dover  9 months ago

    Children: This is what’s known as a “Strategic Move.” (AKA – a Retreat!)

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    jagedlo  9 months ago

    Better to have the cabbage roll in your mouth and not your foot, Earl!

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    ANIMAL  9 months ago

    Time to learn how to cook..???

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    rhpii  9 months ago

    Nice save Earl.

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    mfrasca  9 months ago

    My grandma’s holubky were always better on day three.

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    NeedaChuckle Premium Member 9 months ago

    I make them in a batch and have them for 4 or 5 days. Yummy!

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    Lee26 Premium Member 9 months ago

    I’m the cook in the house. We rarely eat the same meal two days in a row. I’m glad I don’t live with Opal. Plus….cabbage rolls? Ugh!

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    Olddog04  9 months ago

    Cabbage stinks the first day you make it. Then it just gets worse. Then there’s the stink from the farts from eating it.

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    jango  9 months ago

    Some dishes/foods get better on day 2 or day 3. Let those apices/flavors wrestle with each other for awhile and they just get tastier!

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    Wichita1.0  9 months ago

    An adequate save. Clearly not fully believed. Wive have this sixth sense for insincerity.

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    Zebrastripes  9 months ago

    Come on Opal! Are you getting lazy?

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    kaycstamper  9 months ago

    You can take your turn at cooking, Earl! Should prove interesting…

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    Alberta Oil Premium Member 9 months ago

    Looks like they shop at Costco.

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    kab2rb  9 months ago

    Opal made to much of it for the two of them.

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    zeexenon  9 months ago

    Well, the sulfur farts certainly don’t.

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    Cactus-Pete  9 months ago

    If you make that much, use some for dinner and freeze the rest. Then you can have it another day and it’ll be fresher.

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    tiomax  9 months ago

    “My god, that’s Moose Turd Pie!  Sure is good though.”

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    Nicki's ZoMcYo  9 months ago

    My husband and most of my children are not fans of leftovers… I, however, could eat the same thing every day with no problem.

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    scpandich  9 months ago

    Now I want halupki.

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    Храм С.О.Д. (Templo S.U.D. ucraniano)  9 months ago

    Leftovers: aren’t they just wonderful when you can think of nothing else to eat?

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    mistercatworks  9 months ago

    Mmm – mmm cabbage rolls done just right are good for a week.

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    paullp Premium Member 9 months ago

    Random musings:

    My mother taught us, “It’s a sin to waste food.” (And this was the only thing we ever heard her declare to be a sin, so we knew it was a biggie.)

    My wife and I both love leftovers — what’s better than enjoying a good meal a second time?

    Since it’s easier not to cook as often, I prepare as much now (empty-nesters) as when we were raising our two kids and could count on anywhere from four to five at our dinner table. We often plan on a dish being two meals (two dinners, or a dinner and a lunch) or more, depending on what it is.

    There are many ways to jazz up leftovers — additional seasonings, vegetables, cheese, etc.

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    sparkle 13 Premium Member 9 months ago

    Wonder if Opal has withstood the nightly toot-fest!!! Lol

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    Laurie Stoker Premium Member 9 months ago

    Quick save, Earl!

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    pbr50138  9 months ago

    Way to cover up that remark Earl.

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