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littlewing
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50 posted 08-19-2005 09:29 AM       View Profile for littlewing   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for littlewing

ha - those are easy - wayy easy - just make sure you get some nice chunky wings first.

All it really takes, not even kidding
is Frank's Red Hot Sauce and butter.
(it has to be Frank's)

Melt the butter - add the sauce wha-la
Buffalo Wings.  Just add the sauce to your liking, the hotness and then swish the wings around in a container with a top - like tumble dry the suckers and there ya go . . .

Oh deep fry the wings first LOL.

And, Rooties Bleu Cheese is the best.  But if you make your own, just make sure it is full of chunky crumbles of bleu cheese instead of that mayo taste and texture.

Not Kidding. Good Stuff.  Get some Pepcid.
http://www.franksredhot.com/

  
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51 posted 08-19-2005 10:20 AM       View Profile for Sunshine   Email Sunshine   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Sunshine's Home Page   View IP for Sunshine

ROFL....

Now, Susie...

which manner of frying do we take up?

Your best, please!

And I'll go get some celery, too...

where's the red beer?

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52 posted 08-19-2005 11:42 AM       View Profile for Cloud 9   Email Cloud 9   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Cloud 9

Sunshine
I am making that potato reciepe tonight if you don't mind. LOVE LOVE cilantro.
Yes, Franks is the best and so is Rooties. The more bleu cheese the better.
With some good Ale beer.  Yummmmmm
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53 posted 08-19-2005 01:06 PM       View Profile for Ringo   Email Ringo   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Ringo

Since you guys insist on continuing this thread, and have absolutely no mercy on my rapidly expanding backside, I have just decided that I am going to MAKE dinner for Stottbear tonight, and not grab something on the way home as per usual...
Tonight (since it's going to be a bit late) I am going tom throw together Fettucini in a white wine and garlic sauce with sauteed broccoli and shrimp, and maybe a few sundried tomatoes added at the end to give it color.
Of course, with it, I am going to have a glass of merlot... and Stottbear is going to have her usual... milk.

And Midnightsun??? I fully plan on blaming Sue for starting this thread in the fist place... I heartily invite you to join me.
lol

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54 posted 08-19-2005 01:33 PM       View Profile for Sunshine   Email Sunshine   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Sunshine's Home Page   View IP for Sunshine

Ringo?

Can you set the table for guests?  I'm on my way!  Yum!
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55 posted 08-19-2005 06:16 PM       View Profile for littlewing   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for littlewing

um, make that FOUR place settings.  I am on my way to eating a hamburger or something.

Kari?  in grease . . . like oil, you know?   Deep fry.  I dont know any other way.  Here, its the ole artery clogging method.  
What is red beer?  You mean like Killian's?

Right now, I want the Olive Garden.  
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56 posted 08-19-2005 08:58 PM       View Profile for Ringo   Email Ringo   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Ringo

Now, see... if I had gotten to this thread before we all ate, I would have put some in the oven to keep warm for when you got here... however, as I didn't, suppers over and the dishes are washed...

Maybe next time.

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57 posted 08-19-2005 09:05 PM       View Profile for Midnitesun   Email Midnitesun   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Midnitesun

LOL, I just made some homemade veggie Thai stir fry, complete with peanuts and peanut sauce, and  I used good old ordinary egg noodles, cuz the other kind are still at the market and the price of gas is toooo high to make little side trips for the stuff I forgot to buy yesterday.
OK, Ringo, Susie is in soooo in trouble.
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58 posted 08-19-2005 10:08 PM       View Profile for Alicat   Email Alicat   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Alicat

Eat any food right now?  Hrmm....tossup.

Option 1) Chili.  My chili.  Yeah, I cheat and use Wick Fowler's 2-Alarm Chili Kit (since it has everything in seperate bags instead of all-in-one) but the technique makes it mine.   12-15 pounds of meat (no hamburger), diced and slow cooked for about 8-12 hours with all the spices minus the red pepper.  If we add beans to the final mixture, I make those first, then substitute bean liquor for any water requirement.  It's mighty nice!  Don't last long though.  15 pounds and a couple of kits makes a few gallons of chili.  2 quarts get frozen for later and the rest is consumed within 2 days.

Option 2) 16 ounce steak, inch thick, medium rare and blackened (Cajun style), big baker with all the fixins, some dark yeasty bread, and a nice Shiner Bock.  If this is a dream scenario, then I'd have a very small dollop of Harold's World Famous Damn Hot Sauce, and it is.  Harold makes it himself at Harold's Pit Barbeque in Abilene, TX, and it is world famous.  There's a picture of one of his customers holding a jar in Paris, France, before the Eiffel Tower.   You only want very small portions of that sauce on your food.  Any more than a teaspoon (max) will make most dinner plates inedible.  It's some mighty potent stuff.  Not for the faint of heart or those afflicted with gastric reflux, hernias, ulcers, or heart conditions.
 
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