“PLANET EARTH”

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#47 Aug 17, 2013
gokeefe wrote:
I'm with Spookie on the roast lamb. Oh my gawd is that good stuff.
Add to that kielbasa, pierogi, and sweet/sour cabbage on the holidays. And Mohr's soda.(Local to Toledo, don't even think it's in business any longer.)
I've tried one tiny grilled lamb chop and it was ok but not my cup of...lamb?

“Paper Or Plastic?”

Since: Nov 11

Albakoikee

#48 Aug 17, 2013
GlitterSucks wrote:
OMG tried to use the word eth-nicity and got the big ol' warning that I was being mean. Sigh.
I've been warned many times, posted anyway. I haven't been booted yet!
sidekick

Columbus, OH

#49 Aug 17, 2013
I can make the moistest weed brownies, sprinkled with bath-salts laid on an elegant sheet of LSD. YUM-YUM!(LOL)

“PLANET EARTH”

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#50 Aug 17, 2013
sidekick wrote:
I can make the moistest weed brownies, sprinkled with bath-salts laid on an elegant sheet of LSD. YUM-YUM!(LOL)
Why is it I don't believe you would do that?
Yuk
sidekick

Columbus, OH

#51 Aug 17, 2013
BizzyBee wrote:
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Why is it I don't believe you would do that?
Yuk
I'm only clowning. Although, I do remember trying some weed(only) brownies back in the day. I don't know if I had a buzz off them or not, but they were OK tasting.

“PLANET EARTH”

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#52 Aug 17, 2013
sidekick wrote:
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I'm only clowning. Although, I do remember trying some weed(only) brownies back in the day. I don't know if I had a buzz off them or not, but they were OK tasting.
I have never had any drug of any kind nor do I want to....
All I need is one glass of wine and you can't shut me up.....yakety yakety yak!.....lol
I'm giggly enough without anything, let alone a drug....

“PLANET EARTH”

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#54 Aug 17, 2013
They cannot kill a Spook wrote:
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The problem seems to be too small a glass. If it were large enough you would pass out, thus no yakity yack yack.
Lol....
But, but, but, I would be a happy camper longer.......with a smaller glass
sidekick

Columbus, OH

#56 Aug 17, 2013
BizzyBee wrote:
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I have never had any drug of any kind nor do I want to....
All I need is one glass of wine and you can't shut me up.....yakety yakety yak!.....lol
I'm giggly enough without anything, let alone a drug....
I never really liked wine. It seemed to tart for my taste buds. Anyhow, back when I drank, I'd have the whole crowd rolling from my goofy antics also. But, i've grown to enjoy sobriety nowadays.

“PLANET EARTH”

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#57 Aug 17, 2013
sidekick wrote:
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I never really liked wine. It seemed to tart for my taste buds. Anyhow, back when I drank, I'd have the whole crowd rolling from my goofy antics also. But, i've grown to enjoy sobriety nowadays.
I'm so happy to hear it!
People can have fun without the "stuff".
Once I start giggling, it's over.....everything is funny.....

“Paper Or Plastic?”

Since: Nov 11

Albakoikee

#58 Aug 17, 2013
sidekick wrote:
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I never really liked wine. It seemed to tart for my taste buds. Anyhow, back when I drank, I'd have the whole crowd rolling from my goofy antics also. But, i've grown to enjoy sobriety nowadays.
I'm pretty much a beer only guy, with a margarita thrown in here and there. The last couple of times I tried to drink wine, I was violently sick.

Since: Jan 12

Mantua, OH

#59 Aug 17, 2013
Boiled pigs feet, fried pig ears, chitlins, hog maws, sauerkraut, black eyed peas, corn bread, Cole slaw, Frank's red hot, Collard greens, fried catfish, dumplings, peach cobbler, apple pie, fried chicken, sweet potato baked with brown sugar and butter, corn on the cob, fried corn mash,was the meal for reunions down south.
sidekick

Columbus, OH

#60 Aug 17, 2013
rowdy01 wrote:
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I'm pretty much a beer only guy, with a margarita thrown in here and there. The last couple of times I tried to drink wine, I was violently sick.
IMO, the cheaper the wine, the better it tasted. But, like I said...I was no sommelier.

Since: Oct 10

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#61 Aug 17, 2013
BizzyBee wrote:
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No thanks on the lamb.
The stuffed hog sounds good....lots of meat
Growing up my uncles would hunt squirrel and roast it....as we ate, we came across the bb's...lol
I watched them hang and skin them....they were good!
Did you ever have ostrich steak? Or crocodile hamburgers? YUM!
LOL, I'm with you there. Picking the shot out of your duck breast sandwich when you're four years old. Kids today miss so much!

Frog's legs. My dad's and my favorite. There used to be an elite restaurant in Hollywood FL that served them. And turtle soup. Very good.

Since: Oct 10

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#62 Aug 17, 2013
WISE AMERICAN wrote:
Boiled pigs feet, fried pig ears, chitlins, hog maws, sauerkraut, black eyed peas, corn bread, Cole slaw, Frank's red hot, Collard greens, fried catfish, dumplings, peach cobbler, apple pie, fried chicken, sweet potato baked with brown sugar and butter, corn on the cob, fried corn mash,was the meal for reunions down south.
My grandfather and his brothers used to eat pig's feet with some kind of beans. I never tried it.
sidekick

Columbus, OH

#63 Aug 17, 2013
WISE AMERICAN wrote:
Boiled pigs feet, fried pig ears, chitlins, hog maws, sauerkraut, black eyed peas, corn bread, Cole slaw, Frank's red hot, Collard greens, fried catfish, dumplings, peach cobbler, apple pie, fried chicken, sweet potato baked with brown sugar and butter, corn on the cob, fried corn mash,was the meal for reunions down south.
I found half the shit disgusting,(no offense). Some is pretty good though.

“Paper Or Plastic?”

Since: Nov 11

Albakoikee

#65 Aug 17, 2013
WISE AMERICAN wrote:
Boiled pigs feet, fried pig ears, chitlins, hog maws, sauerkraut, black eyed peas, corn bread, Cole slaw, Frank's red hot, Collard greens, fried catfish, dumplings, peach cobbler, apple pie, fried chicken, sweet potato baked with brown sugar and butter, corn on the cob, fried corn mash,was the meal for reunions down south.
People try to fancy it up by calling it soul food, but you found this kind of food in most poor southern homes. Aside from the hog parts mentioned here, I've had all this when travelling in the south.Its haute cuisine now.

“PLANET EARTH”

Since: Apr 10

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#68 Aug 17, 2013
WISE AMERICAN wrote:
Boiled pigs feet, fried pig ears, chitlins, hog maws, sauerkraut, black eyed peas, corn bread, Cole slaw, Frank's red hot, Collard greens, fried catfish, dumplings, peach cobbler, apple pie, fried chicken, sweet potato baked with brown sugar and butter, corn on the cob, fried corn mash,was the meal for reunions down south.
Pigs feet are delicious,especially in spaghetti sauce. The flavor is scrumptious!
When the kids were little, I had to hide them from the kids...they never knew but I told them as they grew older.

I think it's what you grew up with to develop a taste for certain foods.
Christmas Eve, our tradition is fish....Calamari,shrimp,cod fish,lobster,and back in the day, eel and smelts.
Every family and ethnics have their own special traditions, and a lot of the traditions came from Europe,from our great grandparents and grandparents.
Every year, I try to keep most on the menu but as the kids get older and marry out of the circle, we sort of had to change it up and add American foods to the menu.
Which is fine!!!!!

“PLANET EARTH”

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#69 Aug 17, 2013
They cannot kill a Spook wrote:
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Pickled pigs feet. That was a real treat where I grew up. That and real head cheese not that gelatin filled luncheon meat crap.
Those ARE good! Grew up with that.
YUM!

“PLANET EARTH”

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#70 Aug 17, 2013
WISE AMERICAN wrote:
Boiled pigs feet, fried pig ears, chitlins, hog maws, sauerkraut, black eyed peas, corn bread, Cole slaw, Frank's red hot, Collard greens, fried catfish, dumplings, peach cobbler, apple pie, fried chicken, sweet potato baked with brown sugar and butter, corn on the cob, fried corn mash,was the meal for reunions down south.
Where's your pic?

“Queen of my domain”

Since: May 10

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#71 Aug 17, 2013
They cannot kill a Spook wrote:
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http://www.retroplanet.com/blog/soda-pop-of-t...
I have had their grape and ginger ale when Kolb owned it for a short time
It was good stuff. I think the company finally shut down about the time one of the heiresses, Shannon Mohr, was murdered. It was much better than even Coke or Pepsi when I was a kid in the 60s and 70s. The cherry was the best, we always fought over the red bottles in the case LOL. My family bought it by the case, and would have a mix of all the flavors.

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