woma

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  1. Food additive[edit] Sodium phosphates including monosodium phosphate, disodium phosphate, and trisodium phosphate are approved as food additives in the EU. They are commonly used as acidity regulators and have the collective E number E339.[12] The United States Food and Drug Administration lists sodium phosphates as generally recognized as safe.[13][14]a I use this stuff to degloss painted surfaces prior to a fresh coat of paint. Must rethink ever eating anything ever again.
  2. Oh my, oh my oh my. Is it time for an emergency rescue?
  3. And why am I pink? Well, that's OK too.
  4. They're talking Lamartine Street Worcester. Some years ago Lamartine Street (Why can't I disable the bold text????) Well, some of it did...) Lamartine Street was the pokey of Worcester, was it not? And "Sonny"? I'm liking that.
  5. Just put a feeler out to WCUW. I'll let you know.
  6. I know that from some of your older posts and pics. I'll see if I can scare up a good contact for you. You missed this: Chuck & Mud and the Hole in the Dam Band Ric Porter and Peter Allard Open WCUW FRONTROOM Saturday Nov. 25th 910 Main St. Worcester Usually they keep the video feed for a couple of weeks...I'm unable to find it now. I'll keep looking.
  7. So yeah...I'm here for the ride. And I've got probably more history with Ware than b. But we've been gone a long time. Bob, I saw Ricky Porter at WCUW Front Stage a few weeks ago. Fun show. Oh my, talk about derailing a thread...
  8. This chestnut coming from Ware, the town that Massachusetts forgot.
  9. Geez Bob, I'd think that you, as a Moderator, would agree that everything in moderation is acceptable. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/health/3266819.stm
  10. Who said anything about drink? I was talking about Guinness. Guinness is part of the USDA Recommended Food Pyramid.
  11. C'mon Bob...what about O'Conner's up in West Boylston? They've got a few offerings they do well. The Hibernian Club Fiddler's Green sometimes has a good Irish offering on the menu. Not to mention the $5 Guinness true pint (at least it was $5 a month or so ago). And it's a well poured pint, right temp, etc.
  12. Their vegan offerings come with a side of bacon drippings.
  13. One of the old Worcester diners in the old factory areas...has had it's ups and downs over the years. Not been there in a few years. But it was good then.
  14. Yeah, not a diner.
  15. Mmm....Belsitos. Had to google map it to be sure of the place. Went there a few times. Always seemed like food was a secondary thing. That was 5 - 10 years ago though. Different now? Otherwise, in the area, Regatta Deli. But it seems we're getting off of diner talk. So I'll leave now. Where the hell is my hat?