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Old September 20, 2014   #61
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Coronabarb. Very well said and I totally agree. Folks may not understand, but with most of my heritage being those Scots who were shipped here, whether as indentured servants in Mass, or who went into agriculture or privateering in Charleston, I was really hurt by yesterday's vote. I SO wanted to see them achieve their long sought independence.
Last night's jiving was just a bit of playful teasing. Having spent many years driving and flying to towns throughout the U.S., it's the difference that help make the U.S. so incredible. I spent many month's driving throughout Texas and Oklahoma. Though the terrain and foods were different (thank goodness), it was seeing the Davy Crocket statue in the center of the capitol rotunda and the list of names and where they came from at the Alamo that made me aware of just how alike we are.
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Old September 20, 2014   #62
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Lone Star.

But really BOSTON baked beans.
Is there a Boston Texas or Mexico?

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And alone start beer? maybe Shiner Bock at least.
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Old September 20, 2014   #63
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I guess Pearl, one of the makers of the famous "BILLY BEER", still exists? Never mind. I prefer Negro Modelo.
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Old September 20, 2014   #64
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And alone start beer? maybe Shiner Bock at least.
I was joking around Lonestar state ... Lonestar beer.

Personally, I don't drink beer because my wife can't stand how it smells. and happy wife = happy me.
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Old September 20, 2014   #65
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What
Now we have went from Boston beans to beer.

You peole need to straighten up and fly right.
Totally out of control.

If you guys keep this up I will post a recipe for armadillo tamales that should put things back on track.

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Old September 20, 2014   #66
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What
Now we have went from Boston beans to beer.

You peole need to straighten up and fly right.
Totally out of control.

If you guys keep this up I will post a recipe for armadillo tamales that should put things back on track.

Worth
Considering I tried Kangaroo while in OZ in 2010, figure I could handle Armadillo, Worth.

But then again, some of the stuff I've tried in Texas - "a la road kill du jour" makes armadillo look tame. And then there is some of the stuff I've tasted in my travels in N Africa, the Middle East, Caribbean and elsewhere that would make many people shake their head or run for the hills.

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Old September 20, 2014   #67
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Bring it on Worth! Although there probably is a shortage of armadillo meat in Oregon.

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Now I have a bottle of ghost pepper sauce to contend with on the work truck.

One of the guys brought it up and we put it in the regular hot sauce anoth guy ruined his breakfast with it.
Then it ended up in my lunch and I stiil had to eat it.
I made the guy that put it in my food eat his lunch with it in his.
This stuff is unbelievably hot.

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Yuck! I don't like it that hot. I was given a Scorpion pepper by a friend. Still sitting on the counter. Have no idea what to do with it.
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Yuck! I don't like it that hot. I was given a Scorpion pepper by a friend. Still sitting on the counter. Have no idea what to do with it.
I dont like it either what's the point of something too hot to eat.

I put a tiny bit on my tongue and my whole mouth was on fire.

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The first time I tried a habanero I didn't know what they were. The dive masters in Cozumel were putting them on their chicken and dared me to try it.
Wooh! Raw habanero eaten like a bell pepper!
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The first time I tried a habanero I didn't know what they were. The dive masters in Cozumel were putting them on their chicken and dared me to try it.
Wooh! Raw habanero eaten like a bell pepper!
I remember similar in Cozumel while diving...might have even been the same dive shop. LOL

Also remember scarfing down pickled scotch bonnets in Jamaica as a kid / teen like they were candy. Been trying to duplicate my Aunt's recipe for her pickled scotch bonnets...but so far not quite got it right. But I'll be a happy camper when I do. In the meantime the attempts haven't been too shabby either. LOL
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Zana, that would be funny. I have no idea which shop it was. It was about 15 years ago.
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Zana, that would be funny. I have no idea which shop it was. It was about 15 years ago.
Tracy,
I'd have to dig out my dive log book to figure it out....but haven't been back to Coz in at least 20 years....sadly. Last time I was there was right after one of the hurricanes ripped through and did a ton of damage to the reef and town and environs. But would be funny if it was. LOL I've seen guest books for dive shops where I've glanced through and seen other divers I know...so who knows?
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Mine was either the place across the street from the all-inclusive ( I'd have to look at a map, seems like it started with an "a" and was just south of town, or a small place in the middle of the square which I don't think exists.
I went twice and haven't been back either. Too many other cool places to try!
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