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Arden Chatfield



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(Permalink) Posted: July 04 2007,10:04   

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Deep Fried Mars Bars??!!??

Yep. Nothing says "Welcome to Scotland" like a snack that can cause you to have multiple heart attacks. They also do  deep fried pizza and deep fried haggis.

Addendum. A mars bar here is a Milky Way over across the pond, for those who don't know.

Linky.

Interesting. Scotland sounds a lot like places here in the south eastern US.

There's a very good reason for that.

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Stephen Elliott



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(Permalink) Posted: July 04 2007,10:32   

Quote (Arden Chatfield @ July 04 2007,10:04)
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Deep Fried Mars Bars??!!??

Yep. Nothing says "Welcome to Scotland" like a snack that can cause you to have multiple heart attacks. They also do  deep fried pizza and deep fried haggis.

Addendum. A mars bar here is a Milky Way over across the pond, for those who don't know.

Linky.

Interesting. Scotland sounds a lot like places here in the south eastern US.

There's a very good reason for that.

Then again. I do believe that the people now known as Scots originally came from Ireland.

  
Rev. BigDumbChimp



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(Permalink) Posted: July 04 2007,10:58   

Quote (Arden Chatfield @ July 04 2007,10:04)
Quote (Rev. BigDumbChimp @ July 04 2007,09:57)
Quote (IanBrown_101 @ July 03 2007,20:20)
 
Quote (J-Dog @ July 03 2007,20:13)

Deep Fried Mars Bars??!!??

Yep. Nothing says "Welcome to Scotland" like a snack that can cause you to have multiple heart attacks. They also do  deep fried pizza and deep fried haggis.

Addendum. A mars bar here is a Milky Way over across the pond, for those who don't know.

Linky.

Interesting. Scotland sounds a lot like places here in the south eastern US.

There's a very good reason for that.

I happen to be one of them.

  
Arden Chatfield



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(Permalink) Posted: July 04 2007,11:01   

Quote (Rev. BigDumbChimp @ July 04 2007,10:58)
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Quote (Rev. BigDumbChimp @ July 04 2007,09:57)
 
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Quote (J-Dog @ July 03 2007,20:13)

Deep Fried Mars Bars??!!??

Yep. Nothing says "Welcome to Scotland" like a snack that can cause you to have multiple heart attacks. They also do  deep fried pizza and deep fried haggis.

Addendum. A mars bar here is a Milky Way over across the pond, for those who don't know.

Linky.

Interesting. Scotland sounds a lot like places here in the south eastern US.

There's a very good reason for that.

I happen to be one of them.

QED.

This also explains why the two places in the world where Ken Ham does best are the American South and Northern Ireland.

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IanBrown_101



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(Permalink) Posted: July 04 2007,11:08   

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Quote (IanBrown_101 @ July 03 2007,20:20)
 
Quote (J-Dog @ July 03 2007,20:13)

Deep Fried Mars Bars??!!??

Yep. Nothing says "Welcome to Scotland" like a snack that can cause you to have multiple heart attacks. They also do  deep fried pizza and deep fried haggis.

Addendum. A mars bar here is a Milky Way over across the pond, for those who don't know.

Linky.

Interesting. Scotland sounds a lot like places here in the south eastern US.

There's a very good reason for that.

Then again. I do believe that the people now known as Scots originally came from Ireland.

The Irish came over and took Scotland from the original people there and the Welsh took england, then left as everybody else invaded as well.

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Arden Chatfield



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(Permalink) Posted: July 04 2007,11:12   

Also, the people who were originally in Lowland Scotland were actually most closely related to the Welsh.

Then of course there were the Norse Invasions of northeast England.

The history of all the different invasions of Britain is amazingly complex.

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Stephen Elliott



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(Permalink) Posted: July 04 2007,11:44   

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The Irish came over and took Scotland from the original people there and the Welsh took england, then left as everybody else invaded as well.

Then the Romans followed by Vikings and related people and then the Normans. I guess the English are a right mixed race. Cool.

I prefer to be a mongrel than a pure-breed.

  
Louis



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(Permalink) Posted: July 04 2007,11:50   

LOL The Welsh took England. Oh REALLY! I'll grant you the CELTS etc took England, but the WELSH?

Bunch of degenerate short, dirty, wiry haired bastards with too much of a penchant for close harmony singing, leeks, exaggerating the talents of mediocre rugby players, and acts involving sheep that modesty forbids me from mentioning, for my liking. "Never trust a Welshman" said my Nan on her deathbed, and she was right. One murdered her. Twats and wankers to a man, the lot of them.*

Mind you that cheese on toast thing and Kathryn Jenkins are alright.**

Louis

* Almost none of this paragraph is actually true at all.

** On the other hand all of this one is true. Just goes to show eh?

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Arden Chatfield



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(Permalink) Posted: July 04 2007,11:54   

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LOL The Welsh took England. Oh REALLY! I'll grant you the CELTS etc took England, but the WELSH?

Bunch of degenerate short, dirty, wiry haired bastards with too much of a penchant for close harmony singing, leeks, exaggerating the talents of mediocre rugby players, and acts involving sheep that modesty forbids me from mentioning, for my liking. "Never trust a Welshman" said my Nan on her deathbed, and she was right. One murdered her. Twats and wankers to a man, the lot of them.*

It's the stovepipe hats that are to blame.

Mind you, Terry Jones seems alright:



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"Rev Dr" Lenny Flank



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(Permalink) Posted: July 04 2007,11:54   

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Then the Romans followed by Vikings and related people and then the Normans.

A note:  The Normans were themselves desended from Vikings who were "invited" to settle northern France to protect the French from raids by other Vikings.

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deejay



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(Permalink) Posted: July 04 2007,16:45   

It's a good day for Brats steamed in beer, then pan grilled, and topped with caramelized onions.  Unfortunately, this apartment dweller doesn't have an outdoor grill.  I hope others on this board got the charcoal or, even better, wood chips, fired up today.

  
IanBrown_101



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(Permalink) Posted: July 04 2007,16:50   

Quote (Stephen Elliott @ July 04 2007,11:44)
Quote (IanBrown_101 @ July 04 2007,11:08)
The Irish came over and took Scotland from the original people there and the Welsh took england, then left as everybody else invaded as well.

Then the Romans followed by Vikings and related people and then the Normans. I guess the English are a right mixed race. Cool.

I prefer to be a mongrel than a pure-breed.

You missed out the Angles and Saxons from what is now Germany, the Netherlands, etc.

Between Rome and Viking invasions, by the way.

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I'm not the fastest or the baddest or the fatest.

You NEVER seem to address the fact that the grand majority of people supporting Darwinism in these on line forums and blogs are atheists. That doesn't seem to bother you guys in the least. - FtK

Roddenberry is my God.

   
Rev. BigDumbChimp



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(Permalink) Posted: July 04 2007,16:50   

Spicy Fennel Italian Sausage

Stuffed 'em last night. Heading over to a friends for a cookout in about 30. Cook down some peppers and onions, some homemade tomato sauce, nice roll maybe some provalone and voila.... Sausage sandwich.



Sausages

  
Kristine



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(Permalink) Posted: July 04 2007,19:58   

Quote (deejay @ July 04 2007,15:45)
It's a good day for Brats steamed in beer, then pan grilled, and topped with caramelized onions.  Unfortunately, this apartment dweller doesn't have an outdoor grill.  I hope others on this board got the charcoal or, even better, wood chips, fired up today.

We made veggie dogs. *Ducks*

Okay, I'm not as kewl as Rev. Chimpy! But I gotta save room for the tequila and beer.

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carlsonjok



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(Permalink) Posted: July 04 2007,23:17   

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We made veggie dogs. *Ducks*

Okay, I'm not as kewl as Rev. Chimpy! But I gotta save room for the tequila and beer.

Veggie dogs and then tequila? Are you some kind of furriner? Because that is un-American, especially on this the most American of holidays.

Now if you want a good hot dog, try these.  They generally can't be found in groceries outside Upstate NY, but you can get them shipped.  $5.49 is expensive for a pack of hot dogs, and that is before shipping.  But, they are so worth it.  Best hot dogs evah!!

I had strip steaks with a cumin rub and garlic-cilantro sauce, spinach salad, and Boulevard Bully Porter.

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Stephen Elliott



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(Permalink) Posted: July 05 2007,02:36   

Quote (IanBrown_101 @ July 04 2007,16:50)
Quote (Stephen Elliott @ July 04 2007,11:44)
 
Quote (IanBrown_101 @ July 04 2007,11:08)
The Irish came over and took Scotland from the original people there and the Welsh took england, then left as everybody else invaded as well.

Then the Romans followed by Vikings and related people and then the Normans. I guess the English are a right mixed race. Cool.

I prefer to be a mongrel than a pure-breed.

You missed out the Angles and Saxons from what is now Germany, the Netherlands, etc.

Between Rome and Viking invasions, by the way.

So I did TY.
YeeeHaaaa! Even more of a mongrel than I claimed to be.

(I would guess that there is a high chance that even more mongrelness is involved)

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Then the Romans followed by Vikings and related people and then the Normans.


A note:  The Normans were themselves desended from Vikings who were "invited" to settle northern France to protect the French from raids by other Vikings.


True. But I doubt that the Normans in 1066 where identical to the people that originally settled. I am ASSUMING that mixed marriages occured.

I guess that I am also somehow related to Gauls.

  
deejay



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(Permalink) Posted: July 05 2007,14:52   

Quote (Kristine @ July 04 2007,19:58)
Quote (deejay @ July 04 2007,15:45)
It's a good day for Brats steamed in beer, then pan grilled, and topped with caramelized onions.  Unfortunately, this apartment dweller doesn't have an outdoor grill.  I hope others on this board got the charcoal or, even better, wood chips, fired up today.

We made veggie dogs. *Ducks*

Okay, I'm not as kewl as Rev. Chimpy! But I gotta save room for the tequila and beer.

Hi Kristine-

I didn't mention meat specifically in the original post, because you can stay vegetarian and still have a lot of fun with a grill.  Branch out from those veggie dogs when you feel inspired.  

Chimpy-

Great post.  Seeing your toys in action has given me lots of ideas for the wedding registry.

  
Rev. BigDumbChimp



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(Permalink) Posted: July 05 2007,15:20   

Quote (deejay @ July 05 2007,14:52)
Quote (Kristine @ July 04 2007,19:58)
 
Quote (deejay @ July 04 2007,15:45)
It's a good day for Brats steamed in beer, then pan grilled, and topped with caramelized onions.  Unfortunately, this apartment dweller doesn't have an outdoor grill.  I hope others on this board got the charcoal or, even better, wood chips, fired up today.

We made veggie dogs. *Ducks*

Okay, I'm not as kewl as Rev. Chimpy! But I gotta save room for the tequila and beer.

Hi Kristine-

I didn't mention meat specifically in the original post, because you can stay vegetarian and still have a lot of fun with a grill.  Branch out from those veggie dogs when you feel inspired.  

Chimpy-

Great post.  Seeing your toys in action has given me lots of ideas for the wedding registry.

Cool. More upcoming.

  
Kristine



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(Permalink) Posted: July 06 2007,22:44   

Quote (carlsonjok @ July 04 2007,22:17)
 
Quote (Kristine @ July 04 2007,19:58)
We made veggie dogs. *Ducks*

Okay, I'm not as kewl as Rev. Chimpy! But I gotta save room for the tequila and beer.

Veggie dogs and then tequila? Are you some kind of furriner? Because that is un-American, especially on this the most American of holidays.

Now if you want a good hot dog, try these.  They generally can't be found in groceries outside Upstate NY, but you can get them shipped.  $5.49 is expensive for a pack of hot dogs, and that is before shipping.  But, they are so worth it.  Best hot dogs evah!!

I had strip steaks with a cumin rub and garlic-cilantro sauce, spinach salad, and Boulevard Bully Porter.

Doncha know? I'm from Mars. :) John is from Venus. He bought the veggie dogs.

He's not into much meat so when I buy brats and kielbasa (our local grocer makes his own - mmmmmm) they're all for me!

I gotta try me some of those red pop open hot doggies. Thx!

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J-Dog



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(Permalink) Posted: July 09 2007,08:44   

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Quote (carlsonjok @ July 04 2007,22:17)
 
Quote (Kristine @ July 04 2007,19:58)
We made veggie dogs. *Ducks*

Okay, I'm not as kewl as Rev. Chimpy! But I gotta save room for the tequila and beer.

Veggie dogs and then tequila? Are you some kind of furriner? Because that is un-American, especially on this the most American of holidays.

Now if you want a good hot dog, try these.  They generally can't be found in groceries outside Upstate NY, but you can get them shipped.  $5.49 is expensive for a pack of hot dogs, and that is before shipping.  But, they are so worth it.  Best hot dogs evah!!

I had strip steaks with a cumin rub and garlic-cilantro sauce, spinach salad, and Boulevard Bully Porter.

Doncha know? I'm from Mars. :) John is from Venus. He bought the veggie dogs.

He's not into much meat so when I buy brats and kielbasa (our local grocer makes his own - mmmmmm) they're all for me!

I gotta try me some of those red pop open hot doggies. Thx!

Kristine - Are you sure that dogs are vegitarians?

(See, cuz you said "veggie dogs"...haha)   Oh, never mind.  I hope everybody had fun though!

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Kristine



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(Permalink) Posted: July 09 2007,19:46   

The tequila beer had a good time. ;)

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Which came first: the shimmy, or the hip?

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Rev. BigDumbChimp



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(Permalink) Posted: July 10 2007,09:54   

Maple Cured Hickory Smoked bacon


  
Richardthughes



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(Permalink) Posted: July 10 2007,09:57   

Bah you lot are rubbish. You need some English food. :angry:


How about "twice burned then boiled unspiced mystery meat?"


*smacks lips*

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"You magnificent bastard! " : Louis
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Arden Chatfield



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(Permalink) Posted: July 10 2007,10:04   

In case any of you find yourselves in LA (visiting Larry Fafarman?), this restaurant rawks like nothing has rawked before.

Nothing hot and spicy, but their lemon-garlic sauce is amazing, their fried plantains are incredible, AND most of the entrees are under $9.00. I wish they'd open one of these in the Bay Area.

 
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Bah you lot are rubbish. You need some English food.


You mean like this?



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Richardthughes



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(Permalink) Posted: July 10 2007,10:07   

You're making me hungry!




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"You magnificent bastard! " : Louis
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"I bow to your superior skills" : deadman_932
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carlsonjok



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(Permalink) Posted: July 10 2007,10:16   

Quote (Richardthughes @ July 10 2007,09:57)
Bah you lot are rubbish. You need some English food. :angry:

How about "twice burned then boiled unspiced mystery meat?"

*smacks lips*

Reminds me of the old joke that in heaven the police are English, the engineers are German, and the cooks are French.  In hell, the police are German, the engineers are French, and the cooks are English.

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Richardthughes



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(Permalink) Posted: July 10 2007,10:25   

Heaven: Where cooks are French, mechanics are German, police are English, lovers are Italian and everything is organized by the Swiss.    

Hell: Where cooks are English, mechanics are French, police are Germans, lovers are Swiss and everything is organized by the Italians.


Are the Swiss really that bad in the sack? Toblerone, anyone?

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"You magnificent bastard! " : Louis
"ATBC poster child", "I have to agree with Rich.." : DaveTard
"I bow to your superior skills" : deadman_932
"...it was Richardthughes making me lie in bed.." : Kristine

  
Rev. BigDumbChimp



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(Permalink) Posted: July 10 2007,10:38   

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Heaven: Where cooks are French, mechanics are German, police are English, lovers are Italian and everything is organized by the Swiss.    

Hell: Where cooks are English, mechanics are French, police are Germans, lovers are Swiss and everything is organized by the Italians.


Are the Swiss really that bad in the sack? Toblerone, anyone?

Probably has something to do with not wanting to commit to one side......

  
J-Dog



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(Permalink) Posted: July 10 2007,10:41   

Quote (Richardthughes @ July 10 2007,10:25)
Heaven: Where cooks are French, mechanics are German, police are English, lovers are Italian and everything is organized by the Swiss.    

Hell: Where cooks are English, mechanics are French, police are Germans, lovers are Swiss and everything is organized by the Italians.


Are the Swiss really that bad in the sack? Toblerone, anyone?

I thought it was the Damned Dutch we had to watch out for...



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(Permalink) Posted: July 10 2007,14:00   

Yesterday's lunch: shredded beef fajita burrito from Chipotle Mexican Grill. verdict: though it was incompetently wrapped and come apart immediately, the ingredients were fresh and tasty, and the hot salsa was actually hot. Yummy.

today's breakfast: Everything bagel with onion and chive cream cheese from Bruegger's. mediocre and room temp.

Lunch: Red Baron pizza and a few Miller Lites. Waiting for this intense thunderstorm to pass so I can go get some coffee (Probably Open Eye cafe) and then some decent vittles from Harris Teeter.

   
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