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01-23-2016, 12:58 PM   #22861
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The only liver I like is liverwurst and chicken livers.
When I grill chickens, I put the livers in a foil boat with butter, s&p, and garlic powder.
Makes a nice little snack after a few minutes cooking.
Wash 'em down with some Boone's Farm Strawberry Hill and life is good!

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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
Wash 'em down with some Boone's Farm Strawberry Hill and life is good!
I had to google that and this is what I found:

Drinking the Bottom Shelf: Boone's Farm

QuoteQuote:
"Did you realize that Boone's Farm wine still exists?

[...]

To wit, the following exchange:

Me: "I was thinking this week's Bottom Shelf could be about the lesser classified Bordeaux. Or maybe which flavor of Combos goes best with Laphroaig 18. You know, keeping with the man-of-the-people theme, but acknowledging that sometimes men of the people need advice on how to celebrate a modest Keno win."

Maggie: "Um, yeah. How about you write about Boone's Farm?"

I figured that was code for "You're fired," because how could Boone's Farm wine still actually exist? I hadn't come across it in years, and I tend to come across these things.

[...]

Strawberry Hill: This sneaky bastard looks inoffensively pale pink and smells mild enough, but it tastes overwhelmingly of Welch's strawberry soda, with a sleazy little edge that whispers, "Dude, don't worry, 16's legal in this state!""
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Liver....I used to eat at a place that sliced frozen liver paper thin and then battered it three times in cake batter and deep fried it. It was delicious beyond description. The also cooked salt port this way and both were served with cream gravy and a couple of big flaky biscuits. The place was owned by one of my Black friends in Ft Worth, and when he died his wife took over and the place went to hell...she couldn't even boil water. Went out of business in less than three months.
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I like the one where you spend hours preparing the lewdfish, bake it on low heat for 6 hours on a cedar plank, then throw it out to scare and nauseate the cats........and eat the board.



Me too! You have your wine snobs, your cheese snobs, and your meat snobs.....we just have good eatin' !!!

I am always lookin' for a good new breakfast food....found one this morning! Not hot at all, but a sort of smoky woody flavor......great stuff!


I have been in my shop working hard and long for two weeks.....so I haven't bought groceries and we are getting down to the "Reserve Stock". The good stuff, you know, for when they tell you the end of the world is near and all you have to eat is what is on hand. That's where I'm at now.....Vienna Sausage, Potted Meat, Velveeta (lots of Velveeta, always...I keep a six month supply at all times) and Ramen Noodles......I'm gonna eat like a king this weekend!

Regards!
There is a plate design I remember. I bought a set of that as a gift in the mid 80s.

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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
When I grill chickens, I put the livers in a foil boat with butter, s&p, and garlic powder.
This is how I eat chicken livers! ...with gravy and a biscuit.



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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
Wash 'em down with some Boone's Farm Strawberry Hill and life is good!
I had to google that and this is what I found:

Drinking the Bottom Shelf: Boone's Farm
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Drinking the Bottom Shelf: Boone's Farm
Yep...some good stuff!

QuoteOriginally posted by tim60 Quote
There is a plate design I remember. I bought a set of that as a gift in the mid 80s.
You can't wear them out, they last forever!

Regards!
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Yep...some good stuff!
And what do my join date, location, and post and like count have to do with that?
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I have a memory of Boone's Farm apple wine fron 40 or so years ago.
It isn't pretty.
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QuoteOriginally posted by FantasticMrFox Quote
And what do my join date, location, and post and like count have to do with that?
Beats me? Can I get a prize if I make a lucky guess?

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I have a memory of Boone's Farm apple wine fron 40 or so years ago.
It isn't pretty.
I hear it goes great with lewdfish?

Regards!

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I hear it goes great with lewdfish?

Regards!
and smoked oysters.
Don't ask......
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QuoteOriginally posted by FantasticMrFox Quote
I had to google that and this is what I found:

Drinking the Bottom Shelf: Boone's Farm


Nothing but the best when punishing one's liver.
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I have a memory of Boone's Farm apple wine fron 40 or so years ago.
It isn't pretty
Nearing 50 for me since BF has touched these lips, and bet my memory of it is uglier, worser, more badder....
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It's not at all odd when you consider that the average journalist or copy writer has only a passing familiarity with the rules of grammar and composition.


I knew there was a reason I quit reading the newspaper.
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Nearing 50 for me since BF has touched these lips, and bet my memory of it is uglier, worser, more badder....
If there was any way to actually quantify misery, I'd take that bet.
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. . . . . . and roast beef or corned beef hash.


Whatya got against roast beast or corned beast hash?


Great stuff. Makes for tasty meals. Has fiber. And protein.


Beef.


Its what's for dinner.


And lunch.


And breakfast.


Or anytime.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Parallax Quote
... and roast beef or corned beef hash.
Maybe if you soaked it in lye first?

The only way I like corned beef is in a Reuben; I'm not a fan of CBH. Mary Kitchen RBH, on the other hand, is almost entirely (processed) roast beef, (processed) potatoes, and (processed) sodium, all of which I like more than I should.
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