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  1. Roasted red pepper and gouda soup?!? *stomach growls* Was the sammich toasted? Must I always eat before I come here? I’m still on coffee.
    My townhouse had swinging saloon doors on the living room side, and I LOVED THEM. But, I hasten to add that about a month after I moved in, I used the pins that hold them back. One doesn’t always like to be beaten as she crosses the threshold. It gets old surprisingly quick. But aesthetically, they are the cat’s meow.
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    • LOL! I’m pretty sure the sammich was toasted. I fink it was a club sammich. Whatever it was, it was good. When I was younger, so much younger than today, one of my uncles and his second wife had swinging saloon doors between their kitchen and living room. I loved going through them. If I heard, “Stop that!” once, I must have heard it a million times. πŸ˜€
      Marian Allen would love to share..The Brick Wall #ThursdayDoorsMy Profile

  2. All my comments flew from my head when I read about the soup! Delish! OK, let’s see. Ah, yes, swinging doors remind me of Westerns, too. πŸ™‚ I can see we both had great childhoods from that point of view. While waiting for the post to load, I saw the title and of course, what flew into my head was Pink Floyd’s “Another Brick in the Wall.” πŸ™‚

    janet
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    • Yes, that second set wins, for sure! And the soup was superlative. There were about 15 of us there, and the kitchen staff had all of us served within two minutes of one another. I thought that was astounding. Whoever was back there apparently had the knack of planning multiple plates as to what was supposed to be served cold, what held heat longest, etc., so all the plates could come out almost simultaneously with all the food at the proper temperature. It’s like a superpower!

  3. Nice post, Marian! What a slick marketing concept, signing the brick wall, and then telling patrons that the spcace is limited so if your name was erased please re-sign another brick – means you have to return (often) to see if your name was removed so you can re-sign another brick, again! πŸ˜‰
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