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    - Boneless stuffed wings





    Man am I stuffed!

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    Nice!! I'm hungry lol.

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    Oh my. It's things like this that make me so sad that I'm allergic to crustaceans.
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    That's a chicken wing, Spike!

    BTW, that looks like the most tedious menu item ever.

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    One of the options is shrimp stuffed. Any shellfish in the prep area will set me off.
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    Aww that's sad. I love shrimps.

    But I understand, my daughter is allergic to peanuts, we just avoid the establishments that use any form of them entirely.

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    As a side effect I have a whole new appreciation for MTV Japan and its pop music.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpikeC View Post
    One of the options is shrimp stuffed. Any shellfish in the prep area will set me off.
    Try making them at home. It's not as tedious as it looks. There's a Thai recipe that uses glutinous rice instead

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