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    Quote Originally Posted by volfirie View Post
    Schnapper is good tucker!


    (Traditional spelling...)

    It came out great (w/ lemon and fennel). Given that at $8 a pound, it was quite a bit cheaper than the swordfish, if it is still on sale tomorow, I'll buy some more and try another herb combination.

    Let me know if you are coming so I can buy an extra fillet or two.

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    HEY NO FAIR. We haven't seen schnapper here in the DC area for months. I sure could go for some o' that red schnapper now. Nicely done, Cajun style would be YYYYYUUUUUMMMMYYYYYYYY.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MalahatTwo7 View Post
    HEY NO FAIR. We haven't seen schnapper here in the DC area for months. I sure could go for some o' that red schnapper now. Nicely done, Cajun style would be YYYYYUUUUUMMMMYYYYYYYY.

    If you hop on a flight now, you could be here by dinnertime.
    I don't mind sharing.

    I'll even make it Cajun style this time. It was sooo good...and it came out perfect.....

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    Dear Santa Clause,

    I am writing my letter early this year so you will have plenty of time for shopping. I'm not sure what I want this year, but I am planning to be really good so that I may get a lot of it. I'm really thinking that gift cards might be the way to go. In fact, if that is too much trouble, cash still spends good, too. I hope that your vacation is enjoyable, and that you remember to use plenty of sun screen. Thanks again for the things you brought me last time. I have enjoyed them very much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by superchef View Post
    If you hop on a flight now, you could be here by dinnertime.
    I don't mind sharing.

    I'll even make it Cajun style this time. It was sooo good...and it came out perfect.....
    I wish I could take that offer, but a 5 hr flight mixed with a meeting at 8pm tonight, just wont make it. It would be nice to have someone else cook for a change. Oh well. I guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhvfd1214 View Post
    Dear Santa Clause,

    I am writing my letter early this year so you will have plenty of time for shopping. I'm not sure what I want this year, but I am planning to be really good so that I may get a lot of it. I'm really thinking that gift cards might be the way to go. In fact, if that is too much trouble, cash still spends good, too. I hope that your vacation is enjoyable, and that you remember to use plenty of sun screen. Thanks again for the things you brought me last time. I have enjoyed them very much.

    Your Friend,

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    Quote Originally Posted by MalahatTwo7 View Post
    HEY NO FAIR. We haven't seen schnapper here in the DC area for months. I sure could go for some o' that red schnapper now. Nicely done, Cajun style would be YYYYYUUUUUMMMMYYYYYYYY.

    Check Your spelling....... It's SCHNAPPS, Not Schnapper, and you're in the wrong store.
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    I think I'm guilty of thread killing. I seem to have slain the "Answer the last question, ask the next" thread. Amongst others. Maybe I just have a way with words or something, I don't know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hwoods View Post
    Check Your spelling....... It's SCHNAPPS, Not Schnapper, and you're in the wrong store.
    I'll have a schnaps - straight from the freezer thanks. I've given up waiting for my cider. Oh, wait, this belongs in the 'Pub' thread...
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    Quote Originally Posted by firecat1 View Post
    You know that, no matter how good you are, you're still only getting fig newtons and oreos.
    That would be awesome!!!!!

    Maybe I should have been more realistic:

    Dear Santa,

    Thank you so much for all the Charcoal that you gave me for Christmas. I appreciate the thought a lot, but I am having some trouble finding where you hid the steaks. I've looked in the freezer, but cannot find them, so if possible, can you please tell me where to look?? Also, I would like to note that my grill uses gas, not charcoal, but don't worry, my birthday is comming soon, and I will ask for a new charcoal grill. Thanks again,

    1214...

    p.s. Could you please ask the Reindeer to please not use the bathroom on my roof again?

    I'm trying to keep a positive attitude this year..
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhvfd1214 View Post
    That would be awesome!!!!!

    Maybe I should have been more realistic:

    Dear Santa,

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    Dear 1214,

    Thank you for your letter. I have so many kids this year that the lists get confusing. I will give your letter to Mrs. Clause so she can update the data entry on you. Have a wonderful year!

    Signed,
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    P.S. Rudolph said to tell you sorry about the poop on the roof.

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    Has anyone tried the "pickled watermelon" where a small hole is cut in the watermelon and your favorite adult beverage is shoved into the hole and allowed to trickle down into the melon as it sits in the bottom of a refridgerator?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhvfd1214 View Post
    Has anyone tried the "pickled watermelon" where a small hole is cut in the watermelon and your favorite adult beverage is shoved into the hole and allowed to trickle down into the melon as it sits in the bottom of a refridgerator?

    I have done that many times in the past. Best done using a large bore syringe though, that way you can roll the watermelon, like a barrel, which allows the alcohol to really saturate the fruit. Works well with citric fruits too. Just watch out for the kiddies, because they dont know the difference, until its too late!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhvfd1214 View Post
    Has anyone tried the "pickled watermelon" where a small hole is cut in the watermelon and your favorite adult beverage is shoved into the hole and allowed to trickle down into the melon as it sits in the bottom of a refridgerator?
    My fav is a quart jar filled with marachino (sp?) cherries, then cover with GOOD moonshine. Let sit in the fridge for a week and then............WEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by firecat1 View Post
    My fav is a quart jar filled with marachino (sp?) cherries, then cover with GOOD moonshine. Let sit in the fridge for a week and then............WEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!
    Good moonshine? I take it that's the sort thhat isn't made from wood alcohol?

    Is it still illegal to make your own spirits in the States? Small quantities for home consumption are fine here. Mind you, the only ones I've tasted would have done good service as paint stripper...
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    Anyone remember or know of the folk tales of Uncle Remus and Bre'r Rabbit? Just wondering because as small children, my sister and I had one or two books, with many of the short stories.
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    Bre'r Rabbit and the Tar Baby..

    Bre'r Rabbit and the Briar Patch...

    Bre'r Fox and Bre'r Bear.....

    Done away with by political correctness.

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    And the political correctness people can do away with themselves. All a load of male bovime excreta - but not even good for the garden.
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    I have no intention of running for any political office, so, therefore, I see no need to be politically correct. However, to prevent any misfortunate misunderstandings between me and my constituents, I will hereby declare that all statements made by me, may in fact be, without regard to race, creed, or religion, just a generalization of common terms with no implied or designated meaning.





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    Quote Originally Posted by rhvfd1214 View Post
    To say what I mean would be to say nothing at all...
    Are you sure you are not a politician?



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    Quote Originally Posted by superchef View Post
    Are you sure you are not a politician?



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    Anne Murray?

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    Canadian Goose?
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