Tim Grobaty: At Rusty's Seafood, it was OK to fill up on bread
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#1 Apr 23, 2013
"Like the recipe for Joe Jost's pickled eggs, it's elegantly simple: Kraft powdered cheddar cheese, margarine, garlic powder and French bread."
Who would have guessed that the recipe for Joe Jost's pickled eggs the exact same recipe for garlic bread??
#2 Apr 23, 2013
I don't think that's the case here. I think this is a matter of Tim Grobaty's writing skills, related to being too fat. I think once you get too fat, you don't care about things that you used to care about deeply, like metaphors.
I think Tim is too fat. If you doubt my word, look at his current picture. Look closely. One of his chins is actually a piece of garlic bread he's holding for later. Look closely.
#3 Apr 24, 2013
Does Tim get paid to read his column? If not, I bet that's the problem right there.
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