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Colin
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Posted on 10-11-11 12:02:24 AM Link
OCTOBER 10
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TOTAL NUMBER OF POSTS: 121

1) Gabu - 11
T2) Colin - 7
T2) Sponty - 7
T4) Anya - 6
T4) Snowdeath - 6

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1) Gabu - 7
T2) Colin - 6
T2) Sponty - 6
T4) Anya - 4
T4) Snowdeath - 4

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1) Anya - 42
2) Gabu - 38
3) Colin - 29
4) Sponty - 22
5) Xkeeper - 20
6) legacyme3 - 17
7) Snowdeath - 15
8) Metal_Man88 - 14
T9) Imajin/Nicole - 13
T9) Orlandu - 13
T11) ParaLax - 11
T11) Sofi - 11
13) Rick - 10
T14) Auxiliatrix - 6
T14) Girlydragon - 6
16) FirePhoenix - 5
17) Sukasa - 4
T18) AlexAR - 3
T18) NSNick - 3
T18) Reshiram - 3
T18) RichardCozODST - 3
T18) Terra - 3
T18) Zero One - 3
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Posted on 10-11-11 12:06:48 AM Link
Wouldn't it be more logical to eat Italian food of some sort on Columbus Day?
Rick
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Posted on 10-11-11 02:37:46 AM Link
I firmly believe that in Maine, we should celebrate both Thanksgivings.

Mostly because I want an excuse to cook up my Spinach & Artichoke dip again sometime soon.
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Posted on 10-11-11 07:46:17 AM Link
Oh man, I'm still sick. I'm going to spend today watching TV series I've burned to DVD or something. Too bad my DVD player turns out to be like nonfuctioning.
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Posted on 10-11-11 10:04:17 AM Link
Originally posted by Rick
I firmly believe that in Maine, we should celebrate both Thanksgivings.

Mostly because I want an excuse to cook up my Spinach & Artichoke dip again sometime soon.

Weekends are the best excuses for any type of celebration. Shoot, Hawaiians have parties just to make food. During the summer it seems like every other week we're going to a relatives house to eat. And boy is it good food!
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Posted on 10-11-11 10:07:30 AM Link
Oh how I want ham now. I'm not usually a fan of turkey since my grandmother eats all the dark meat WHILE COOKING, and I hate the light meat. While luckily, when it comes to ham they barely touch it. But they probably fear I'll use the serving fork to poke their eyes out. /fatty
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Posted on 10-12-11 01:07:45 AM Link
OCTOBER 11
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TOTAL NUMBER OF POSTS: 111

1) Gabu - 12
2) Xenesis - 7
3) Xkeeper - 6
4) Zero One - 5
T5) BMF54123 - 4
T5) Colin - 4
T5) Rick - 4
T5) Orlandu - 4
T5) Stigandr - 4

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1) Gabu - 7
2) Xenesis - 6
3) Xkeeper - 5
4) Zero One - 4
T5) BMF54123 - 3
T5) Colin - 3
T5) Rick - 3
T5) Orlandu - 3
T5) Stigandr - 3

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1) Gabu - 45
2) Anya - 42
3) Colin - 32
4) Xkeeper - 25
5) Sponty - 22
6) legacyme3 - 17
7) Orlandu - 16
8) Snowdeath - 15
9) Metal_Man88 - 14
T10) Imajin/Nicole - 13
T10) Rick - 13
T12) ParaLax - 11
T12) Sofi - 11
14) Zero One - 7
T15) Auxiliatrix - 6
T15) Girlydragon - 6
T15) Xenesis - 6
18) FirePhoenix - 5
19) Sukasa - 4
T20) AlexAR - 3
T20) BMF54123 - 3
T20) NSNick - 3
T20) Reshiram - 3
T20) RichardCozODST - 3
T20) Stigandr - 3
T20) Terra - 3
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Posted on 10-12-11 01:37:02 AM Link
More people should eat Kangaroo steaks.

They're pretty great.
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Posted on 10-12-11 02:37:25 AM Link
I'm willing to try anything once. Shit, pass one my way.
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Posted on 10-12-11 08:02:57 AM Link
...does it taste like chicken?

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Posted on 10-12-11 10:17:53 AM (last edited by Orlandu at 10-12-11 10:18 AM) Link
Five way tie for fifth! How fitting.

White meat usually is better. When I was a kid, all I wanted was a drum stick. Now that I'm older, I prefer breasts... I'll leave it at that.
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Posted on 10-12-11 10:21:24 AM Link
Why don't people like dark meat? It's so much juicier and it's got all the flavor. Who cares if it has the fat? There's a huge difference between white and dark turkey meat that it's not funny.

But if Colin wants to eat all the shitty parts of the turkey, be my guest. :J

Kangaroo tastes like beef, by the way, but it's a lot leaner and healthier. Same with ostrich. I really wish we had those readily available around here because I'd eat them all the time. I want to make my very own rooburger.
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Posted on 10-12-11 10:30:42 AM Link
I now want to stir fry an amazing meal that features Kangaroo, Chicken, and Ostrich.
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Posted on 10-12-11 10:43:44 AM Link
There's a local meat store here, actually, that sells all sorts of meat including lion and bear. It's pretty awesome. Julia Child used to shop there.
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Posted on 10-12-11 10:52:42 AM Link
Suddenly I'm tempted to order another hard-boiled Ostrich egg. It's actually got a really nice flavour, but it takes hours to cook.
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Posted on 10-12-11 11:04:13 AM (last edited by Sofi at 10-12-11 11:07 AM) Link
You've had ostrich egg? Those things are insane. You have to like drill them open or something. I totally want to scramble some, though, and be that one awesome person who makes a huge thing of exotic scrambled eggs for a potluck. I could use different cultivars of onions to accentuate the texture and flavor and use sea salts of the world along with some more obscure and complex spices to replace ground lack peppercorn like grains of paradise or something. And crème fraîche, of course.

Or I could bake 1,152 cookies.
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Posted on 10-12-11 12:17:06 PM Link
Originally posted by Sofi


Or I could bake 1,152 cookies.


You are my best friend forever =3

That's a lot of cookies. I think the most I've ever cooked was like 100.
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Posted on 10-12-11 03:56:58 PM Link
I have to agree on the dark meat > light meat thing... that's where the flavor is, surely? (Though turkey is not my thing in any case)
Originally posted by Sofi
There's a local meat store here, actually, that sells all sorts of meat including lion and bear. It's pretty awesome. Julia Child used to shop there.

So you could, like, literally eat lions for breakfast.
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Posted on 10-12-11 03:58:50 PM Link
Lion for breakfast?
Clearly this is the truest warrior's meal.
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Posted on 10-12-11 07:06:02 PM Link
Originally posted by Sofi
Kangaroo tastes like beef, by the way, but it's a lot leaner and healthier. Same with ostrich. I really wish we had those readily available around here because I'd eat them all the time. I want to make my very own rooburger.


It's a lot harder to cook than a beef steak, however. It goes really gamey if it is overdone. But a well done roo steak is amazing. I'd have them more often but my father simply isn't keen.
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