Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Chdamn, May 20, 2020.
Was that Junior's brother?
Wranglers haven't been made in the US of A since early 90s at the latest.
You'd have to call BR549 to find out!
Yep. That's a thing in KS. I don't much care for it. I love cheese, even some of the stinky ones, but I prefer my apple pie with a scoop of rich vanilla ice cream & a side of bourbon, neat.
He was Ken’s brother. And you didn’t mess with Ken.
A thin slice of quality cheddar on apple pie is good but I’d prefer a scoop of Butter Pecan ice cream on it. My Wisconsin friend won’t eat it without cheese on it but his judgement is questionable on many things food related.
It was a joke. About the time I remarked to my wife about a new pair of my usual cut of Levis "not fitting like they used to, the factory must have moved... "... she laughed out loud and said" "it ain't the factory that moved honey...
I do intend to try it, and not with the typical cheddar commonly found in most grocery stores. I've already found a few I'd like to try.
That actually sounds great.
For whatever reason, it makes me want the Irish coffee I had in Strasbourg, France. Never had one before that and haven't had (a good) one since.
If someone starts rambling on about nonsense, how do we know it’s not Biden himself?
Alright, back on topic
LOL!! The Cheddar Curtain!
I'm laughing way too hard at this.
LIKE A ROCK
Find you a good dark roast coffee & spike that beeyotch with 2-3 fingers of Jameson.
Strasbourg is beautiful. My peeps are from right across the border there & that is one of my favorite corners of Europe to explore. Friendly folks & kickass food & drink. When I was stationed in Karlsruhe, we used to ride across the river to Lauterbourg for snails, frog legs & an amazing pizza like thing called Flammkuchen- dry-ish dough rolled very thin, paint liberally with heavy cream, sprinkle liberally with onions, shrooms & chopped pork belly cooked in a wood fired oven. OMFG good.
ETA- Please note that this is in the Off Topic sub-forum.
That pizza thing was the appetizer before one of our meals. It was amazing how white the crust was.
I'm not a huge "sweets" person, but our host insisted. Something about culture, etc. Well, I tried chocolate mousse. Holy crap! I could not believe how decadent it was. Like velvet, it was.
Oh yeah. Living over there turned me into a total foodie. Loved it.
If you ever find yourself back in Germany and the dessert thing comes up again be aware that German Chocolate cake isn't German. It's name came from a US baker with the last name German.
That’s Ok, I’m going for the Hamburg-er.
Sure you don't want a Frankfurter or Weiner?
A proper Oma made Black Forest torte will get you lit from all the "Cherry Water".
Is this a Joe Biden quote? Harry Caray?
Oma is German for grandma. A torte is a moist cake like thing- think Tiramisu. Cherry Water is their euphemism for their homemade cherry shine.
So like pouring rum on a Claxton Fruit Cake, except actually good. Nice.
The hungarians call the homemade shine pàlinka.
My first visit over there we couch surfed at one of my FiL's old friends places. Rumor was he made epic pàlinka. I tried it. Really good. This stuff could easily be bottled and sold in a store. We left with a bunch of it in old coke bottles. On the return trip we bugged him for more. Nope, sorry all out. We'd visit a few times over a decade and he never had it around anymore. A few years ago we heard what happened. His wife hated his stuff. It gave her headaches. She'd wait for him to go to work, dump it, and replace it with store bought pàlinka. She finally confessed when he couldn't reproduce the stuff and she didn't have an opportunity to replace it covertly. Then he decided he preferred the legend of his epic creation to the truth so he stopped making it and kept her deception to himself.
You DO NOT contaminate coffee!
Starbucks has $30 billion that says you're wrong.
Yeah I can't let this one go. It kept me up all night. I don't say this lightly ladies and gentlemen, and do so with a heavy heart, but... :
@fieldgrade may have sniffed out a apparatchik.
Homemade slaw and chili, Southern style, utilizing secrets that go back to at least one's own grandmother's kitchen, elevates a hot dog to the pinnacle of erudite sophistication. Believing otherwise seriously calls into question the bona fides of anyone claiming pure intentions on a site such as this.
Just going to leave these here. Literally. In a couple months...
They’ve fantastic marketing, and nasty, burnt charcoal swill they sell as overpriced coffee. That’s why multiple flavored sugar pumpers are needed. Mo gets it @3:20
There was, and still may be a public golf course between Raleigh and Durham where my co-workers and I would wing ‘em into the woods on Saturday mornings thirty years ago. They sold hot dogs, and had this homemade sweet relish ( I normally didn't even eat relish back then) that I still have fond memories of. It was good stuff.
Who doesn’t? Everybody’s got some trashy white girl in them!
Yes sir. I think your original purity test is the high point of this thread so far, and I was hoping to drag the thread back in that direction and away from foreign/northern/gay cuisine and traditions.
They are like lightly flavored Perrier except with 5% ABV. Sorta like a beer without the belching and farting.
The young chicks behind the counter at Sheetz "oooo and ahhh" when I buy them so you know they like them.
Had some of that at an Estonian gal's family get together - it was delicious, but then I'm a huge fan of beets.
My wife hadn't eaten but one hot dog in her entire life when we met; said she hated them. Until one day she saw my creation - Nathan's bun length with Duke's, Clausen pickle spear, mustard, Skyline Chile, with a piece of Havarti cheese melted on top and tater chips crumbled on the top of that. Now we have to make them every other week.
That actually sounds good.
Do you know anyone who is hiring? I consider myself a journeyman in the field......
Its still just pig lips
That right there is a great idea. I love Havarti cheese
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