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The ship's kitchen ran out of Romaine and, since
there was a high demand for salad, the chef hit the iceberg.
My wife misses Romaine lettuce so much that's
she's starting to have dreams where she "Sees-her"
I was right in the middle of making a salad when
I first heard about the diseased Romaine, so I decided to toss
Once Romaine is deemed safe again,we
can spinach and every day enjoying a Caesar Salad without fear.
Depart mint is what
airlines give you before a flight.
Fly light is what fireflies have in their tails.
I think the USDA should fire
whoever's the head of lettuce Department
According to the
CDC, lettuce diseases could increase in
2020 and what we're experiencing now is
just the tip of the iceberg
I couldn’t resist adding a haiku
coast clergy were
bless new Romaine crop;
Lord, lettuce spray ... “
On Nov 29,
2019, at 11:21 AM, Cynthia
pin each of you down so there
are no mishaps.
guys kale me! Just don't climb
up the cliff endive!
forgot to sign her name)
The news about the e.coli has leeked out, but
there is safe lettuce
growing up the mountain
if you would scale yon
cliff to reach it. The
stores are charging
for produce but come and
put your best Bibb on
and have a meal with me.
To mato or not to mato; that is the question.
I have tossed
it, but I am not
concerned about a
dressing down if I
get it wrong.
On Friday, November 29, 2019, 03:55:29 PM UTC,
gary hallock <gary@...> wrote:
Whether or not giving up lettuce will allow
you to get a
Romaines to be
seen. There is
not a lot of
Hope everyone heard about the E.coli outbreak
and threw away