Old 4th June 2008, 07:16   #241
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Breakfast -

generic frosted mini-wheats (with milk of course)

Lunch -

Dakota Summer Sausage (usually eaten raw like trail bologna) pan fried and placed on a toasted bun with pepper jack cheese

sliced/deep fried potato slices (poor man's fries) with Cabellas "Big Hunt Rub" spice on them (that stuff is usually for covering meat from hunting, but works surprisingly well on fries)

"Tampico" (a generic Sunny Delight orange drink that tastes a little better)

Dinner -

Renee's sweet & sour chicken, vegetables, and rice,

water

Midnight Snack (more like 2:15 a.m. snack)-

generic rainbow sherbet

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a box of strawberry dibs and a totino's pizza.
i've begun considering a padlock for the downstairs freezer, quite often lately i'll buy a box of the dibs ice cream and toss it in the freezer, only to open it and find 10 or so of the advertised 60 (i'm guessing) left
i think for lunch or dinner i might be troubled to do some hamburgers given we had the nessecary cheese and onions, i've taken to slicing the onions and frying them in a seperate smaller pan untill they're nice and almost mushy, but not quite, very good.

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We went out for some Chinese, but the food was made in the USA.

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Old 11th June 2008, 21:57   #244
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There's a chain of grocery stores in my area called Fisher Foods that have the best Chinese in their deli. Thanks...a...lot. Now you made me hungry for their take-out.
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Old 26th June 2008, 00:44   #246
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Cincinnati Chili

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Mmmmm! Sounds yummy, Widdy!

I personally tried something a little different this evening, and it was DELICIOUS!!!

I had some absolutely scrumptious Nutria, and I followed this Louisiana Nutria Recipe when preparing it.

In case you are not familiar with it and are wondering exactly what Nutria is, I'll just quote a bit here...
Nutria
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Nutria are large semi-aquatic rodents indigenous to South America... In the 1930's nutria were imported into Louisiana for the fur industry and were released, either intentionally or accidentally into the Louisiana coastal marshes. Nutria have caused extensive damage to Louisiana coastal wetlands due to their feeding activity. Due to this damage, officials in Louisiana are now promoting Nutria as a food source, even posting recipes.
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It may not look too palatable above, but (as indicated in the recipe I linked to), when you saddle 2 hind portions of its meat and when seasoned properly, and with the addition of the wine and water in the crock pot.... UMMMMM BOY!!!! YUMMY!!!

So I've now found that Nutria is Nutricious (as well as tasty!)

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Oh... I forgot to mention something.

The reason it takes so long to cook (6 hours - much longer than a turkey), is because Nutria is the size of a small dog. Mine was about the size of a cocker spaniel. It's a fairly BIG rodent!!!

Yep - I started cooking it today at around 1:00pm and I wasn't able to eat dinner until after 7:00pm.

But the wait was WORTH it!!!
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OMG, how can you eat those cute little fucks?
i used to go down by the pond at the lightrail station and get them stoned when the bus took a while, they were like friends

took me nearly two months to realise they weren't beavers with lopped off tails...

i had pizza, buttered corn and mountain dew code red, btw.

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OMG, how can you eat those cute little fucks?
i used to go down by the pond at the lightrail station and get them stoned when the bus took a while, they were like friends

took me nearly two months to realise they weren't beavers with lopped off tails...

i had pizza, buttered corn and mountain dew code red, btw.
Its not as bad as bragging about having sex with some random slut online, but still, why the hell would you brag about this?

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Oh... I forgot to mention something.

The reason it takes so long to cook (6 hours - much longer than a turkey), is because Nutria is the size of a small dog. Mine was about the size of a cocker spaniel. It's a fairly BIG rodent!!!

Yep - I started cooking it today at around 1:00pm and I wasn't able to eat dinner until after 7:00pm.

But the wait was WORTH it!!!
You lyin', crazy bastard!
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Its not as bad as bragging about having sex with some random slut online, but still, why the hell would you brag about this?
about.... what... exactly?
the pizza and pop? nope, that's just the thread subject....
getting stoned with the nutrias out of boredom while i waited for the bus?

widdy, where's your "you've gone crazy smiley"? lol

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Widdy,

Yes! I am a lyin', crazy bastard!
I knew I couldn't pull the rat hair wool over your eyes!

Too-DAMN-Much,

Cute little fucks?
Getting stoned with them?
Friends??

LOL!!!

Louisiana folk have bizarre tastes. That recipe is real!
I mean, they actually EAT those disgusting dog-sized rats!

Here in New York, whenever I see a rat, it usually costs me $$$ for either a new set of wheel rims, or to get my truck re-aligned. That's because whenever I see one of the fuckers with its glowing red evil eyes caught in my headlights, I always attempt to run the sucka down, and usually wind up hitting the curb or landing in a ditch!

Would I get stoned with them? Can I call them friends??

I don't THINK so!!!
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Oh, I dunno, Nunz..I've drank with a few "Rats" in my day!



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Old 26th June 2008, 22:01   #257
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Let's reverse things for a second.

Anyone have a recipe for actual authentic jambalaya?

Yes, I could try southern cooking or any one of the other food network sites and search for something. I would probably find what someone from the north believe how people in the south (specifically Louisaina) ought to make the dish all the while pretending to be someone from the south in an attempt to add authenticity to their recipe.
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Old 27th June 2008, 00:24   #259
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[Back on Topic]

OK. All kidding aside...
I had freshly caught bluefish tonight, with veggies and some red wine (no Nutria!!! )

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The sitcom of the mid 1960s, I mean.

Gomez, Uncle Fester, Lurch...those were funny roles.
I agree. The newer remakes PALE in comparison to the original black-n-white series, which aired from from September 18, 1964 to April 8, 1966.

Screenshot of the original cast...


John Astin appeared as the character "Gomez Addams"
Jackie Coogan appeared as the character "Uncle Fester Frump"
Ted Cassidy appeared as the character "Lurch the Butler"
Marie Blake appeared as the character "Grandmama Addams"
Lisa Loring appeared as the character "Wednesday Friday Addams"
Carolyn Jones appeared as the character "Morticia Frump Addams"
Ken Weatherwax appeared as the character "Pugsley Addams"
I used to watch it all the time! I loved it!
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I remember the names MAD magazine gave them: Gonads, More Teasing, Pigsley, Doomsday, Uncle Festive...
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^ That's very funny!
I had a "thing" for the original Lurch! I think I may have even dated him! You can see it on TVland
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Airplane turkey sandwich for the loss.

Tastebuds just don't work at high altitudes.

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pan fried South Dakota Summer Sausage sandwich with pepper jack cheese

baby carrots

orange juice

not exactly high class cuisine but it all tasted pretty good

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My head hurts so damn bad:

1. Zomig

2. Mai Tai

May need to repeat number 2. Food is a very very bad thing right about now.
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You start with some extra lean ground beef, all ripped up and spread out on a pan.

Then dice some green bell pepper and some Swiss cheese to tiny cubes.

After that combine it all in the pan, ensuring a good distribution, then pack into a burger patty.

Pan fry (almost but below medium heat) both sides until cooked to your liking.

Serve on a butter-grilled burger bun with a side of home cut deep fried potatoes (french fries) and a good ale or root beer.

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BBQ Pulled Pork ... recipe from an incredibly famous dive in Napa.
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Cute little fucks?
Getting stoned with them?
Friends??

LOL!!!
yup, there was a pond near the transit station me and my friends would wait for the max at a lot, a lot of the time it was dark, nearly all of the time we were coming back from buying pot and copious amounts of munchies, i think they liked funyuns the best, but yeah anyway, we went down to the water cause it was kind of an out of the way spot that was less likely to be noticed to smoke pot there and we smoked and then it was munchies time, so we opened the bag and notice them looking at us curiously and they looked hungry so we tossed em some junkfood, from them on we knew they were there pretty much any time of day so we'd go there to smoke weed and blow the smoke at them, i think they honestly didn't mind, which is odd, the dog usually doesn't like the smell.

dinner tonight, breakfast, eggs over easy, which weren't runny like they're supposed to be (i don't cook usually but when i do the eggs are nice and runny, the one who cooked tonight.... at least they weren't burnt black), the sausage was about the same as ever (can you mess up microwave sausage?) and the grits nearly made me puke. (i don't eat them, i accidentally smelled them though)

oh and, we got a deep frier, so anyone have ideas for how to make batter that's decent?

mainly like meat/salty batter, but others would be good too, have looked online and stuff, but most of those seem like nothing but cornstarch and that's not exactly how to make good batter from what i know.

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My batter is a mess but pretty common.

3 bowls (not pot bowls...) in a row then the deep fryer at the end.

Bowl one = milk.
Bowl two = beaten egg.
Bowl three = flour or seasoned Italian bread crumbs.

Dip whatever you're going to deep fry in each of these, being sure to cover fully when in the flour, then drop in the deep fryer. Yes, it's a mess, but it's decent tasting. You could also pour the milk in with the eggs and beat it all together if you want.

There are likely better solutions for the batter question, but this is all I have other than the cornstarch ideas.

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so equal parts of all three i'm guessing?

and yeah, i'll give that a shot, sounds good for now.

i'll probably call up dad and see what he has to say, long distance to arizona is a killer, but if he doesn't have a recipe made up for batter he will after a day or two of expermenting

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Drake's Crispy Fry Mix. Its a Michigan thing. I don't know how widely available it may or may not be elsewhere.

I make a lot of things myself rather than buy. For the price you pay, you just can't beat Drakes, imho.
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^TOXIC HELL!!! I'm not sure I know how I survived my visits to that place (/those places), but somehow I seem to be hungry for more...

On the topic of the batter - in each bowl you only need enough to coat whatever you're dipping. Generally speaking it's rare that I need more than a half-inch of milk to dip the item in - just spin it around enough so that it all gets wet.

Same with the bowl with the beaten egg - one egg is enough to coat a lot of wings or whatever you're dipping.

Same again with flour - the milk and egg will act like a weak glue to help hold the flour to whatever you're dipping into. Use only what's needed to coat, if you run out, put a little more in. No measurements necessary in this case.

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Taco Hell :\
Hey now. I work at one of those "fine" establishments... Try being an employee at one of them. It really can be Taco Hell at times.

I had no dinner. I did have #7(chicken quesadilla, taco and drink) before I started work which was around 4.

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i've never been to taco hell again since i heard of someone being fired for shitting in the refried beans.

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chicken pot pies tonight.

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Pumpkin pie and a few small alcoholic drinks. A bit buzzed still.

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