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04-28-2015, 10:30 AM   #16846
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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
The baby blue dates to the 1960's.
I have 6 kettles, but some folks are hardcore collectors and very jealous of the color selection they have in Europe.
Since they are made in the USA, it makes no sense to not offer them here.
Here's one such collection:



Didn't mean to hijack this thread into something other than its intended purpose.
Wow....A guy could do 20 Armadillos all at once ! Now Im thinking about food again....lol.
I could use you at the Chili Cookoff in Terlingua if ya ever want to volunteer !

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Wow....A guy could do 20 Armadillos all at once !
I love 'dillos.....hollow them out and use the shell for a dipper while you BBQ that delicious meat! Some Velveeta and spicy Rotel makes a great dip!

Just a reminder...don't ever scramble eggs without adding a couple of slices of Velveeta! Try it once and you are hooked for life!



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Just a reminder...don't ever scramble eggs without adding a couple of slices of Velveeta! Try it once and you are hooked for life!
Oh god, I thought we had left that abomination behind us ...

I prefer my eggs with feta, cocktail tomatoes and salt/pepper/thyme/rosemary.
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I prefer my eggs with feta, cocktail tomatoes and salt/pepper/thyme/rosemary.
I wasn't going to post this, but to cleanse my brain of the thought of rosemary on anything I give you today's lunch.
Grilled Velveeta queso blanco cheese with fried garlic Spam, sided with pork & beans and chips.



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QuoteOriginally posted by FantasticMrFox Quote
I prefer my eggs with feta, cocktail tomatoes and salt/pepper/thyme/rosemary.
Are you sure you are German?


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QuoteOriginally posted by Rupert Quote
I love 'dillos.....hollow them out and use the shell for a dipper while you BBQ that delicious meat! Some Velveeta and spicy Rotel makes a great dip!

Just a reminder...don't ever scramble eggs without adding a couple of slices of Velveeta! Try it once and you are hooked for life!

Regards!
Add a little Rotel to those eggs and some crispy bacon........ Quick Breakfast Burritos are always a campground favorite !
12 scrambled eggs.....add 1/2 lb of Velveeta cheese......plus 1 lb of cooked crispy bacon ..........and 1 can of Rotel ........ a dozen 12'' Tortillas.....YUM !

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This thread has a purpose? I'm shocked!


Of course it does.


PentaxDude wanted to find out how much excited could be provoked by a paragraph of text. We have all participated in PentaxDude's experiment on human subject that did not get proper ethics approval.

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QuoteOriginally posted by stevebrot Quote
Are you sure you are German?
Mentally I am, and I am regularly told so by my international team of friends However, living in different places still changes a great many things - this is still unrelated to the eggs though, none of the countries I lived in has a tradition of putting feta or tomatoes in scrambled eggs. It's just something a friend once made me for breakfast and I liked it enough to copy it.
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I don't know ...My fiancÚ that was killed in 2000 was full blooded German and she did my eggs with feta , tomato , and basil. She said it was a European/French thing ? They were good , but I prefer poached and black peppered with a dab of sweet cream butter....
Damn , she was a good cook.........Drunk Drivers just plain (((SUCK))) !

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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
I wasn't going to post this, but to cleanse my brain of the thought of rosemary on anything I give you today's lunch.
Grilled Velveeta queso blanco cheese with fried garlic Spam, sided with pork & beans and chips.
Man alive! That looks delicious and sounds delicious too! Good to see a true gourmet expert here!

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I just found something interesting from our friends up north....From the reviews it wasn't quite clear if it should be Swallowed or Spit !

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I just found something interesting from our friends up north....From the reviews it wasn't quite clear if it should be Swallowed or Spit !
Maybe it tastes like wild hickory nuts.


Have to wonder, is there such a thing as domesticated hickory nuts?
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Have to wonder, is there such a thing as domesticated hickory nuts?
Sure, but they're tough to housebreak.
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Sure, but they're tough to housebreak.
And he's quick with a joke or to light up your smoke. But there's someplace that he'd rather be.
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