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Old 3 Weeks Ago   #91
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I read last night that Quiche may be on its way back, lets hope those silly hair do's the men and women had back in the 80's dont come back with it.
Quiche may very well be one of the most disgusting things I have ever had.
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Around here quiche never really went out -- it's still a staple on a lot of menus.

I say skip the crust and the long baking time and learn how to make a real deal frittata. So much easier.
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I have been making frittatas before I knew they had a name.
My favorite is with blanched pablano cut into one inch squares diced fresh tomato and spicy breakfast sausage.
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Shi★★★★o peppers, onions and tomatoes was our favorite Frittata combination last year. This year my pepper plants stalled out for most of the summer and are just now getting going.
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A really good quiche is almost like an egg custard with interesting bits and a tasty crust, but very few places can or care to make it properly. I can't recall the last time I had an enjoyable commercial quiche, which is likely why it went away in the first place.

Worth, you need to add "Real men don't eat quiche." to your sig. (Geez, I can't recall who said that. Ah, here it is - Bruce Feirstein in a facetious Playboy article that I'd quote here except someone would be bound to get upset and complain. He then wrote a book with that title. Here's part of a synopsis from culinarylore.com "
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The title, and the content, was satirical. The 'real men' in the book sat around eating steak, wore flannel shirts, and never shared their feelings. The "Quiche-eaters" or wimps, otherwise known as Sensitive New Age Guys, not only made and ate quiche, but also did the dishes, and of course, supported the feminist movements. The book was simply a satirical examination of masculine stereotypes. The subtitle was A Guidebook to All that is Truly Masculine However, proving the stereotypes, many men failed to see the satire.
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Anyway, in keeping with your theme, I'm growing my hair long again (yes, ladies, I still have all of it). The glorious locks went away about the time that quiche did.



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A really good quiche is almost like an egg custard with interesting bits and a tasty crust, but very few places can or care to make it properly. I can't recall the last time I had an enjoyable commercial quiche, which is likely why it went away in the first place.

Worth, you need to add "Real men don't eat quiche." to your sig. (Geez, I can't recall who said that. Ah, here it is - Bruce Feirstein in a facetious Playboy article that I'd quote here except someone would be bound to get upset and complain. He then wrote a book with that title. Here's part of a synopsis from culinarylore.com " )

Anyway, in keeping with your theme, I'm growing my hair long again (yes, ladies, I still have all of it). The glorious locks went away about the time that quiche did.



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I had a guy tell me that after I told him White Zinfandelgave me a headache.
He said it was poisonous to men.
Another thing not meant for men is wine coolers.
When that was all the rage I only saw women drinking them pretending it wasn't alcohol or something of the sort.
More or less wasn't lady like to drink ale or beer.
My wife on the other hand drank good Kentucky Bourbon cheekillya and dark ales while the snobs looked down their noses at her.
No my wife was not a drunk.
I think I only saw her drunk maybe three times in 34 years.
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White Zin is poisonous to men. And I *love* me a good Zin.


Life is way too short to drink bad booze.



I love me a good bourbon, too, but they sure have gotten pricey.
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White Zin is poisonous to men. And I *love* me a good Zin.


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I love me a good bourbon, too, but they sure have gotten pricey.
You need to try Evan Williams just dont tell anyone.
Best cheap Bourbon on the market.
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Yes, I know about it. Also Jim Beam Rye. But don't tell anyone or the prices will go up.



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I was just thinking the other day that I wish they had cranberries in the store so I could make cranberry habanero preserves.
Well I have been in and out of my freezer I dont know how nay times.
Yesterday I noticed I had stocked up on them last season so I could make cranberry habanero preserves.
Now I dont have time to make the things.
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Default Ketchup on a hotdog.

Ketchup on a hot dog.
You darn right I like it on a hotdog I just had it on one.
Dijon mustard ketchup and sweet relish.
Tomato ketchup is too sweet any mustard is to sour.
Together they (to me) go great on a hotdog with sweet and dill relish.
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I put ketchup on my dogs all the time, Its not that I dont like mustard I do, just not on a hot dog. Now on brats thats a different story, I only use mustard an onions.

Worth, have you ever tried dill relish ? I prefer that over the sweet relish, thats too sweet for me.
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I put ketchup on my dogs all the time, Its not that I dont like mustard I do, just not on a hot dog. Now on brats thats a different story, I only use mustard an onions.

Worth, have you ever tried dill relish ? I prefer that over the sweet relish, thats too sweet for me.
I have both and mix them.

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While trying to make homemade Frito's I discovered something new, fried corn worms.
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Eeeww!

Worth you need to make some space in your mailbox. PMs aren't going through.
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