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Xeno <xenolith@optusnet.com.au>: Feb 13 04:18PM +1100

On 13/02/2016 11:39 AM, dsi1 wrote:
 
> That FLK is the real deal who grew up to be a true FLM! You got Yahoo
> Serious, we got Clint Howard. Well alright.
 
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UfDXAA2MCD8
 
I'm not 'bragging' about Yahoo Serious by ANY means. Wow, what a cringe
factor!
 
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Xeno
Xeno <xenolith@optusnet.com.au>: Feb 13 04:20PM +1100

On 13/02/2016 11:44 AM, dsi1 wrote:
 
> If you really want a non-boring president, you have to expect to break a
> few eggs. It might be the end of the world as we know it but what a way
> to go!
 
Why don't you go for 'intelligent'? The one you have now is miles more
intelligent than his predecessor...
 
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Xeno
Ed Pawlowski <esp@snet.net>: Feb 13 12:43AM -0500


>> I think you're right. ;-)
 
> I fear that if Trump is in opposite Putin we are back in the Cold War
> and both are reckless enough to push the button to prove a point.
 
No, not a worry. Each has said how much they respect the other. They'd
make good buddies.
Bruce <Bruce@Bruce.invalid>: Feb 13 04:08PM +1100


>> Ok, but we have to agree that all the nukes will be aimed at the 2
>> main warring parties.
 
>Syria and Iran? :)
 
Wait until Donald's in power :)
 
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Bruce
Jeßus <j@j.invalid>: Feb 13 05:45PM +1100

>>> main warring parties.
 
>>Syria and Iran? :)
 
>Wait until Donald's in power :)
 
Why do they keep going on about Iran all the time?
Bruce <Bruce@Bruce.invalid>: Feb 13 05:47PM +1100

>> and both are reckless enough to push the button to prove a point.
 
>No, not a worry. Each has said how much they respect the other. They'd
>make good buddies.
 
2 egomaniacs are never good buddies for long.
 
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Bruce
Jeßus <j@j.invalid>: Feb 13 05:47PM +1100

>> and both are reckless enough to push the button to prove a point.
 
>No, not a worry. Each has said how much they respect the other. They'd
>make good buddies.
 
I don't Putin as being reckless at all. He's a damned lot smarter than
the average politician... or bear.
Gary <g.majors@att.net>: Feb 13 01:48AM -0500

Xeno wrote:
 
> I'm not 'bragging' about Yahoo Serious by ANY means. Wow, what a cringe
> factor!
 
Why not? He invented the beer atom. Doesn't get any cooler than that.
:)
John Kuthe <johnkuthern@gmail.com>: Feb 12 10:46PM -0800

On Friday, February 12, 2016 at 3:20:52 PM UTC-6, sf wrote:
> how many times have you felt like he read your mind?
 
> --
 
> sf
 
Never? That man has not the capacity to read MY MIND!! He can barely handle his own!! Pure narcissistic Personality Disorder!
 
John Kuthe...
"Julie Bove" <juliebove@frontier.com>: Feb 12 09:45PM -0800

"Cheryl" <jlhshadow@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> pain can last a week or two but could be months to be back to normal. My
> mom was practically cussing me out tonight for not going to the doctor.
 
> Am I the worst cook here or have any of you cooked yourself sick?
 
I got very sick after eating potatoes with sprouts. But in retrospect, I
think it was more the potatoes than the sprouts. I did not know of my
potato intolerance until much later.
"Nunya Bidnits" <nunyabidnits@eternal-september.invalid>: Feb 12 11:08PM -0600

"Cheryl" wrote in message
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> Am I the worst cook here or have any of you cooked yourself
> sick?
 
Most people probably have at some point in time whether they
know it or not. However salmonella poisoning has more symptoms
than just stomach pain. Your body will try very hard to expel
the poison, if you know what I mean. Plus there is nausea and
sometimes fever.
 
MartyB
sf <sf@geemail.com>: Feb 12 09:58PM -0800

On Fri, 12 Feb 2016 23:41:25 -0500 (EST), Cheryl
> > possible hospitalization. I'd start filling myself up with active
> > cultures ASAP.
 
> Oh no it is a very sharp constant pain but I'm still on painkillers for my back so it could be worse. I'll pick up some Probiotics when I get out next.
 
I hope you feel better soon, Cheryl.
 
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sf
"Julie Bove" <juliebove@frontier.com>: Feb 12 10:34PM -0800

"Cheryl" <jlhshadow@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> didn't want to answer the other questions. TMI. Mostly just wondered if
> anyone made themself sick from their coking. I did once in the past with
> undercooked rice as a filler in meatloaf.
 
Oh shit one of my cats just jumped on my stomach so I know exactly where the
pain is. OOOWWWW LOL
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I can relate. I seem to have stomach troubles for 2-3 days then a day or
two not. Not sure why. It's not my cooking. The other night, Jazzy kept
jumping on me. I'd push her off but to the side of the bed by the wall so
she had to jump on me to get to the other side. Last night, daughter took a
pic of me in bed. I looked like Kate from Jon and Kate Plus 8 right before
she gave birth. This is for the birds!
"Julie Bove" <juliebove@frontier.com>: Feb 12 10:36PM -0800

"Cheryl" <jlhshadow@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> killers. I thought ulcer is a possibility too since I take ibuprofen
> several times a day for many years but the chicken came to mind. I think
> I'm getting checked out in the morning if it's still the same
 
Yesterday my pain was right at the belly button. Now it is above the belly
button. It keeps changing. Norovirus is going around here. But nobody
else in the house is sick.
Jeßus <j@j.invalid>: Feb 13 05:43PM +1100

On Fri, 12 Feb 2016 23:56:42 -0500 (EST), Cheryl
>> have Salmonella or just gastro or whatever - unless you're confident
>> that the symptoms are decreasing in intensity. Get well soon!
 
>not totally sure of anything. I've eaten slightly undercooked chicken before too. I guess I'll see if the pains are still the same tomorrow. I didn't want to answer the other questions. TMI. Mostly just wondered if anyone made themself sick from their coking. I did once in the past with undercooked rice as a filler in meatloaf.
 
I once thought I'd made myself sick with my cooking. I made some
potato and leek soup. I ate one bowl in the evening, then a couple of
hours later the stomach pains and diarrhoea started (screw TMI ;)...
then, for the next two to three days, excruciating pain, sweating and
never ending diarrhoea. Oddly, not much nausea. I blamed that soup, of
course. Anyway, once I thought I could drive to the doctors, I did.
Turns out I had a really bad dose of Giardia. I lost nearly 8KG in 3
days... seriously.
 
And the soup? I threw the whole pot out :(
It was one of my better P&L soups, too.
Gary <g.majors@att.net>: Feb 13 01:43AM -0500

Cheryl wrote:
 
> I think potatoes can make people sick of they have other issues or maybe even if they don't. For something with warnings if they have green areas no brainer
 
> The pain and other symptoms yesterday were horrible and that's with pain killers. I thought ulcer is a possibility too since I take ibuprofen several times a day for many years but the chicken came to mind.
> I think I'm getting checked out in the morning if it's still the same
 
I think it's best that you do. Could be many things. Do you still have
your appendix?
Jeßus <j@j.invalid>: Feb 13 05:44PM +1100

On Sat, 13 Feb 2016 00:01:43 -0500 (EST), Cheryl
>>> that the symptoms are decreasing in intensity. Get well soon!
 
>> not totally sure of anything. I've eaten slightly undercooked chicken before too. I guess I'll see if the pains are still the same tomorrow. I didn't want to answer the other questions. TMI. Mostly just wondered if anyone made themself sick from their coking. I did once in the past with undercooked rice as a filler in meatloaf.
 
>Oh shit one of my cats just jumped on my stomach so I know exactly where the pain is. OOOWWWW LOL
 
:)
Cheryl <jlhshadow@hotmail.com>: Feb 13 12:52AM -0500

"Julie Bove" <juliebove@frontier.com>
 
> I got very sick after eating potatoes with sprouts. But in retrospect, I
> think it was more the potatoes than the sprouts. I did not know of my
> potato intolerance until much later.
 
I think potatoes can make people sick of they have other issues or maybe even if they don't. For something with warnings if they have green areas no brainer
 
The pain and other symptoms yesterday were horrible and that's with pain killers. I thought ulcer is a possibility too since I take ibuprofen several times a day for many years but the chicken came to mind.
I think I'm getting checked out in the morning if it's still the same
 
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"Julie Bove" <juliebove@frontier.com>: Feb 12 09:51PM -0800

"Sqwertz" <swertz@cluemail.compost> wrote in message
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> because of the texture. I can't eat foods like pudding, bananas,
> durian, Jell-O and such. Even though I like some of them flavorwise.
 
> -sw
 
Whoa! You and I actually share something. I am the same!
"Julie Bove" <juliebove@frontier.com>: Feb 12 09:46PM -0800

"Gary" <g.majors@att.net> wrote in message news:56BDF244.3913D11E@att.net...
 
> Sounds to me like you should skip the shower shoes with all their
> problems and just buy a sticky bath mat to put in the shower each time
> you use it.
 
That is what I used to do but it caused problems. Angela couldn't stand it
and said that it hurt her feet. And they kept going moldy no matter what
kind I got so I was constantly buying them. The Crocs work much better.
"Julie Bove" <juliebove@frontier.com>: Feb 12 09:34PM -0800

"cshenk" <cshenk1@cox.net> wrote in message
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>> is how it should be done.
 
> Julie, just because you havent seen it, doesn't make it so. You are
> doing pilaf. I am not. Nuff said?
 
No. I am most assuredly not doing pilaf. I looked that up. What I make is
not pilaf.
>> > butter and olive oil then added spices and tomatoes are added.
 
>> Have never ever seen such a recipe. Never.
 
> Want to see one? Or want to deny they exist? Choice is yours.
 
There might be recipes but they wouldn't be authentic.
 
> ???? Wierd. I've not seen a spanish rice with meat in it unless it was
> highly americanized or trying to pretend to be a mix of asian shrimp
> fried rice with tomato topping..
 
We ate it a lot when I was growing up. Here is one such but I certainly
didn't use all of those ingredients. One of my cookbooks has a recipe that
uses bacon instead of beef.
 
http://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/spanish-rice-dinner
"Julie Bove" <juliebove@frontier.com>: Feb 12 09:35PM -0800

"cshenk" <cshenk1@cox.net> wrote in message
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>> Not according to this:
 
>> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pilaf
 
> Julie, if you look up PILAF, of course you wil get PILAF.
 
I have *no* clue what you are trying to say.
"Julie Bove" <juliebove@frontier.com>: Feb 12 09:37PM -0800

"dsi1" <dsi1@fishing.net> wrote in message
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>> this planet... the vast majority of Asians go from birth to grave
>> without ever bathing.
 
> Man, I love this place! :)
 
This is funny. I just got off of the phone with a friend who was married to
a Japanese man who is no longer with us. She said the Japanese are
fastidious, especially when it comes to the kitchen.
"Julie Bove" <juliebove@frontier.com>: Feb 12 09:30PM -0800

"sf" <sf@geemail.com> wrote in message
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> building a fence to divide the yard into a dog's space (which includes
> the firepit) and kid's space, which is where the play structure and
> garden is. Then we eat.
 
Nice.
"Julie Bove" <juliebove@frontier.com>: Feb 12 09:30PM -0800

"Doris Night" <goodnightdoris@yahoo.ca> wrote in message
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> of some kind or molton chocolate cakes. I've got ingredients in the
> house for just about any dessert you can name, so I'll be able to
> decide at the last minute if necessary.
 
Nice.
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sf <sf@geemail.com>: Feb 12 08:27PM -0800

On Fri, 12 Feb 2016 22:37:44 -0500 (EST), Cheryl
 
> I think I food poisoned myself. Wednesday I roasted two bone in chicken breasts and cut up the leftovers. While cleaning up the kitchen I noticed the larger one was just a little undercooked near the bone. The next morning I had sharp pains that persist tonight but aren't as bad as yesterday. For that reason I guess food poisoning. I read up on it and pain can last a week or two but could be months to be back to normal. My mom was practically cussing me out tonight for not going to the doctor.
 
> Am I the worst cook here or have any of you cooked yourself sick?
 
I don't know if you're the worst cook, but I've never made myself or
anyone else sick. Maybe it was just a coincidence and you have a
gastrointestinal "bug". From what I've heard about food poisoning,
it's the kind of thing that sends you to the emergency room and
possible hospitalization. I'd start filling myself up with active
cultures ASAP.
 
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sf
Bruce <Bruce@Bruce.invalid>: Feb 13 03:31PM +1100

On Fri, 12 Feb 2016 22:37:44 -0500 (EST), Cheryl
 
>I think I food poisoned myself. Wednesday I roasted two bone in chicken breasts and cut up the leftovers. While cleaning up the kitchen I noticed the larger one was just a little undercooked near the bone. The next morning I had sharp pains that persist tonight but aren't as bad as yesterday. For that reason I guess food poisoning. I read up on it and pain can last a week or two but could be months to be back to normal. My mom was practically cussing me out tonight for not going to the doctor.
 
>Am I the worst cook here or have any of you cooked yourself sick?
 
Maybe it's a case of post hoc ergo propter hoc.
 
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Bruce
Jeßus <j@j.invalid>: Feb 13 03:37PM +1100

On Fri, 12 Feb 2016 22:37:44 -0500 (EST), Cheryl
 
>I think I food poisoned myself. Wednesday I roasted two bone in chicken breasts and cut up the leftovers. While cleaning up the kitchen I noticed the larger one was just a little undercooked near the bone. The next morning I had sharp pains that persist tonight but aren't as bad as yesterday. For that reason I guess food poisoning. I read up on it and pain can last a week or two but could be months to be back to normal. My mom was practically cussing me out tonight for not going to the doctor.
 
>Am I the worst cook here or have any of you cooked yourself sick?
 
Are you sure it's Salmonella? Could be a number of things.
FWIW, I've eaten undercooked chicken several times in my lifetime and
never got sick. Best go to the doctor and find out if you actually
have Salmonella or just gastro or whatever - unless you're confident
that the symptoms are decreasing in intensity. Get well soon!
Jeßus <j@j.invalid>: Feb 13 03:38PM +1100


>>I think I food poisoned myself. Wednesday I roasted two bone in chicken breasts and cut up the leftovers. While cleaning up the kitchen I noticed the larger one was just a little undercooked near the bone. The next morning I had sharp pains that persist tonight but aren't as bad as yesterday. For that reason I guess food poisoning. I read up on it and pain can last a week or two but could be months to be back to normal. My mom was practically cussing me out tonight for not going to the doctor.
 
>>Am I the worst cook here or have any of you cooked yourself sick?
 
>Maybe it's a case of post hoc ergo propter hoc.
 
I had one of those, but the wheels fell off.
Bruce <Bruce@Bruce.invalid>: Feb 13 03:39PM +1100


>>>Am I the worst cook here or have any of you cooked yourself sick?
 
>>Maybe it's a case of post hoc ergo propter hoc.
 
>I had one of those, but the wheels fell off.
 
:)
 
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Bruce
Jeßus <j@j.invalid>: Feb 13 03:44PM +1100

On Fri, 12 Feb 2016 23:41:25 -0500 (EST), Cheryl
>> possible hospitalization. I'd start filling myself up with active
>> cultures ASAP.
 
>Oh no it is a very sharp constant pain but I'm still on painkillers for my back so it could be worse. I'll pick up some Probiotics when I get out next.
 
No diarrhoea or nausea?
"Nunya Bidnits" <nunyabidnits@eternal-september.invalid>: Feb 12 11:08PM -0600

"Cheryl" wrote in message
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> Am I the worst cook here or have any of you cooked yourself
> sick?
 
Most people probably have at some point in time whether they
know it or not. However salmonella poisoning has more symptoms
than just stomach pain. Your body will try very hard to expel
the poison, if you know what I mean. Plus there is nausea and
sometimes fever.
 
MartyB
"Nunya Bidnits" <nunyabidnits@eternal-september.invalid>: Feb 12 11:12PM -0600

"sf" wrote in message
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>cultures ASAP.
 
>--
 
>sf
 
 
From
http://www.webmd.com/food-recipes/food-poisoning/salmonellosis-topic-overview
 
What are the symptoms?
 
Symptoms of salmonellosis include diarrhea, fever, and abdominal
cramps. They develop 12 to 72 hours after infection, and the
illness usually lasts 4 to 7 days. Most people recover without
treatment. But diarrhea and dehydration may be so severe that it
is necessary to go to the hospital. Older adults, infants, and
those who have impaired immune systems are at highest risk.
 
If you only have diarrhea, you usually recover completely,
although it may be several months before your bowel habits are
entirely normal. A small number of people who are infected with
salmonellosis develop Reiter's syndrome, a disease that can last
for months or years and can lead to chronic arthritis.
dsi1 <dsi1@fishing.net>: Feb 12 04:45PM -1000

On 2/12/2016 1:20 PM, Janet wrote:
> 20woods.html
 
> Janet UK
 
> Janet
 
We have wild pigs in the mountain. My wife has spotted some near the
hospital she works at. It's kind of scarey to see one at night. We'll
sometimes see pigs on the side of the highway. Running into one of them
with a car going 60 would be unpleasant. OTOH, pig hunting is popular on
this island. If there are sightings, you can safely bet that the game
will be afoot! I find that to be a big relief.
"Nunya Bidnits" <nunyabidnits@eternal-september.invalid>: Feb 12 08:58PM -0600

"Bruce" wrote in message
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>them.
 
>--
>Bruce
 
If you lived in the US, you'd be a Trump supporter, no doubt
about it. You could just about insert US for Europe in your
comment so as to sound just like The Donald telling us that all
the Mexicans are rapists and drug dealers. That's why I think
it's so funny whenever you self righteous types bash the US and
then triple down on the same exact bad behavior in your own back
yards.
Bruce <Bruce@Bruce.invalid>: Feb 13 04:08PM +1100


>> Ok, but we have to agree that all the nukes will be aimed at the 2
>> main warring parties.
 
>Syria and Iran? :)
 
Wait until Donald's in power :)
 
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Bruce
Sqwertz <swertz@cluemail.compost>: Feb 12 09:07PM -0600

Not waiting for Valentines day. 1.25 x 1.25 USDA Choice, dry brined
and grilled ribeye. Crispy fried potato wedges dusted with garlic,
pepper, and rosemary powder with Worcestershired Ketchup(tm).
 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/sqwertz/24895947321/in/photostream/lightbox/
 
Dry brining on this questionably USDA Choice cut took place 22 hours
earlier and it came out fantastic. If you can wait until tomorrow to
eat that steak, salt it liberally on both sides and ziplock it in the
fridge for 12-36 hours for a great tasting steak - even if its already
prime beef. It only gets better!
 
-sw
Cheryl <jlhshadow@hotmail.com>: Feb 12 10:37PM -0500

I think I food poisoned myself. Wednesday I roasted two bone in chicken breasts and cut up the leftovers. While cleaning up the kitchen I noticed the larger one was just a little undercooked near the bone. The next morning I had sharp pains that persist tonight but aren't as bad as yesterday. For that reason I guess food poisoning. I read up on it and pain can last a week or two but could be months to be back to normal. My mom was practically cussing me out tonight for not going to the doctor.
 
Am I the worst cook here or have any of you cooked yourself sick?
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Sqwertz <swertz@cluemail.compost>: Feb 12 10:07PM -0600

On Fri, 12 Feb 2016 18:54:01 -0600, cshenk wrote:
 
> never even mentioned it and I don't think you made a real dish there
> either. I think you bought it or downloaded a picture from the
> internet.
 
There's no fooling you, eh?
 
-sw
Cheryl <jlhshadow@hotmail.com>: Feb 12 11:41PM -0500

> it's the kind of thing that sends you to the emergency room and
> possible hospitalization. I'd start filling myself up with active
> cultures ASAP.
 
Oh no it is a very sharp constant pain but I'm still on painkillers for my back so it could be worse. I'll pick up some Probiotics when I get out next.
 
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Cheryl <jlhshadow@hotmail.com>: Feb 12 11:56PM -0500

> never got sick. Best go to the doctor and find out if you actually
> have Salmonella or just gastro or whatever - unless you're confident
> that the symptoms are decreasing in intensity. Get well soon!
 
not totally sure of anything. I've eaten slightly undercooked chicken before too. I guess I'll see if the pains are still the same tomorrow. I didn't want to answer the other questions. TMI. Mostly just wondered if anyone made themself sick from their coking. I did once in the past with undercooked rice as a filler in meatloaf.
 
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Cheryl <jlhshadow@hotmail.com>: Feb 13 12:01AM -0500

>> have Salmonella or just gastro or whatever - unless you're confident
>> that the symptoms are decreasing in intensity. Get well soon!
 
> not totally sure of anything. I've eaten slightly undercooked chicken before too. I guess I'll see if the pains are still the same tomorrow. I didn't want to answer the other questions. TMI. Mostly just wondered if anyone made themself sick from their coking. I did once in the past with undercooked rice as a filler in meatloaf.
 
Oh shit one of my cats just jumped on my stomach so I know exactly where the pain is. OOOWWWW LOL
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Doris Night <goodnightdoris@yahoo.ca>: Feb 12 10:27PM -0500

On Fri, 12 Feb 2016 12:38:38 -0800, "Julie Bove"
>Winco tomorrow and see what they might have. Fridge is pretty full of food
>now but I might get some meat. They have started carrying some really good,
>grass fed beef.
 
I have a rack of lamb for two in the freezer and I will cook that,
nice and medium rare. There will be a baked potato and salad to go
with.
 
I'm mulling over what to make for dessert - either a mini-cheesecake
of some kind or molton chocolate cakes. I've got ingredients in the
house for just about any dessert you can name, so I'll be able to
decide at the last minute if necessary.
 
Doris
sf <sf@geemail.com>: Feb 12 08:22PM -0800

On Fri, 12 Feb 2016 22:27:37 -0500, Doris Night
> of some kind or molton chocolate cakes. I've got ingredients in the
> house for just about any dessert you can name, so I'll be able to
> decide at the last minute if necessary.
 
I love a well stocked kitchen.
 
--
 
sf
Janet B <nospam@cableone.net>: Feb 12 07:37PM -0700

>fried rice is a pilaf - even on a technicality. OTOH, I suppose
>technically, a rat is the same as a polar bear. Topologically speaking,
>of course. :)
 
each has 4 feet and that explains it all, No? ;)
Janet US
dsi1 <dsi1@fishing.net>: Feb 12 04:47PM -1000

On 2/12/2016 4:37 PM, Janet B wrote:
>> of course. :)
 
> each has 4 feet and that explains it all, No? ;)
> Janet US
 
That's right! I'll bet that sometimes a rat will eat a seal too! :)
"Nunya Bidnits" <nunyabidnits@eternal-september.invalid>: Feb 12 08:53PM -0600

"Brooklyn1" wrote in message
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>this planet... the vast majority of Asians go from birth to
>grave
>without ever bathing.
 
So the Chinese women you claimed were easy to satisfy... what
did you do, turn a hose on them?
 
heh.
Alex <Xisa@gmail.com>: Feb 12 10:19PM -0500

jmcquown wrote:
> but I don't want to eat it all the time. Definitely not enough to
> think about buying a case of canned wild rice.
 
> Jill
True dat!
Brooklyn1 <gravesend10@verizon.net>: Feb 12 09:34PM -0500

Dave Smith wrote:
 
>I don't live in the US but even I know that "wheat" means whole wheat,
>even though it may only be a low percentage of whole wheat.
 
So you readily admit that you know absolutely nothing about bread
baking.
Dave Smith <adavid.smith@sympatico.ca>: Feb 12 09:45PM -0500

On 2016-02-12 9:34 PM, Brooklyn1 wrote:
>> even though it may only be a low percentage of whole wheat.
 
> So you readily admit that you know absolutely nothing about bread
> baking.
 
Oh? Where did I say that? Try reading it again.
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dsi1 <dsi1@fishing.net>: Feb 12 02:44PM -1000

On 2/12/2016 2:09 PM, Xeno wrote:
 
> I 'hope' you lot aren't stupid enough to make Trump president. The mere
> fact that he's running and thinks he's in with a chance means that you
> might very well be that stupid. Time will tell.
 
If you really want a non-boring president, you have to expect to break a
few eggs. It might be the end of the world as we know it but what a way
to go!
Jeßus <j@j.invalid>: Feb 13 11:44AM +1100

>>GWB.
 
>>You were saying?
 
>I think Trump's a bigger nut :) More unpredictable.
 
He could well be, I was just pointing out some previous
loonies/criminals. Of course, we've had one so far that could come
under that classification as well.
lucretiaborgia@fl.it: Feb 12 08:53PM -0400

On Sat, 13 Feb 2016 11:18:52 +1100, Xeno <xenolith@optusnet.com.au>
wrote:
 
 
>> I think Trump's a bigger nut :) More unpredictable.
 
>I think you're right. ;-)
 
I fear that if Trump is in opposite Putin we are back in the Cold War
and both are reckless enough to push the button to prove a point.
Cheryl <jlhshadow@hotmail.com>: Feb 12 07:23PM -0500

On 2/12/2016 3:44 PM, Je�us wrote:
 
>> I'd have to ask these ignorant pet owners "How would you like it if I
>> cut off the first knuckle of all your fingers?" Gee, I didn't think so.
 
> Yeah, you'd think it would be obvious.
 
A lot of people just aren't educated enough to know that declawing is
more than just a manicure. I think more people are learning that but
others don't care. Agree, they shouldn't have pets. I'd like to just
ONE time see a TV commercial for cat scratchers or nail clipping
products saying how evil declawing is and there are better ways of
dealing with them rather than amputate the end of their toes.
 
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Bruce <Bruce@Bruce.invalid>: Feb 13 12:02PM +1100


>>I think you're right. ;-)
 
>I fear that if Trump is in opposite Putin we are back in the Cold War
>and both are reckless enough to push the button to prove a point.
 
That's it: egomaniacs.
 
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Bruce
Bruce <Bruce@Bruce.invalid>: Feb 13 12:03PM +1100


>He could well be, I was just pointing out some previous
>loonies/criminals. Of course, we've had one so far that could come
>under that classification as well.
 
Oh yes :)
 
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Bruce
dsi1 <dsi1@fishing.net>: Feb 12 02:39PM -1000

On 2/12/2016 2:01 PM, Xeno wrote:
 
> Yeah but we're not as 'fake' as you lot. ;-)
 
That FLK is the real deal who grew up to be a true FLM! You got Yahoo
Serious, we got Clint Howard. Well alright.
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UfDXAA2MCD8
"Nunya Bidnits" <nunyabidnits@eternal-september.invalid>: Feb 12 07:21PM -0600

"Bruce" wrote in message
news:orlsbbthte6r45v3i99rabvjm1h2hvp5h9@4ax.com...
 
>country just because he's bored one day or because his rug
>doesn't
>want to stay on.
 
Funny thing is, you xenophobes here have just been on a long,
nasty anti-refugee hate-laced brainwashed rant that would make
Donald Trump proud. If you lived here, I have no doubt you'd be
proudly wearing one of his ill-fitting stupid looking hats.
Bruce <Bruce@Bruce.invalid>: Feb 13 12:35PM +1100


>If you really want a non-boring president, you have to expect to break a
>few eggs. It might be the end of the world as we know it but what a way
>to go!
 
Ok, but we have to agree that all the nukes will be aimed at the 2
main warring parties.
 
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Bruce
dsi1 <dsi1@fishing.net>: Feb 12 03:47PM -1000

On 2/12/2016 3:35 PM, Bruce wrote:
>> to go!
 
> Ok, but we have to agree that all the nukes will be aimed at the 2
> main warring parties.
 
Syria and Iran? :)
"Nunya Bidnits" <nunyabidnits@eternal-september.invalid>: Feb 12 08:25PM -0600

"Janet" wrote in message
news:MPG.312879121b0e7c88bdf@news.individual.net...
 
 
 
> http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2904376/Wild-Boar-Britain-hogs-taking-countryside-population-explodes.html
 
> http://www.britishwildboar.org.uk/index.htm?walking%20in%20the%20woods.html
 
> Janet UK
 
Interesting, that you also have a problem with unrestrained
growth of the boar population. The people preaching tolerance
are nuts. There are quite a few more here than the 1000
estimated in Britain, more like 5 million, and the pigs
protectors should read this:
===
http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-pigs-wild-idUSBRE85L1CF20120622
"Biologists estimate there are 5 million wild pigs in the United
States. Once found mainly in the Southeast, Hawaii and
California, they have spread over the last two decades into the
Northeast and Midwest."
===
 
See what happens? My only experience eating them was when
someone gave us some wild boar ribs to cook. They turned out
like leather, but then I didn't really know what to do with
them. Nothing like domesticated pork ribs, that's for sure.
 
MartyB
"Nunya Bidnits" <nunyabidnits@eternal-september.invalid>: Feb 12 07:16PM -0600

"l not -l" wrote in message news:n9lkr4$5ht$1@dont-email.me...
 
 
On 12-Feb-2016, "Nunya Bidnits"
<nunyabidnits@eternal-september.invalid>
wrote:
 
>things I quickly learned when ordering - "pulled pork sandwich,
>slaw on the
>side and unsweet tea, please."
 
I spent time down there installing and training on software for
a car dealer. In total it was several weeks. Contrary to
reputation, Southern food ain't all that if you have to eat out.
Fried seafood was OK. Barbecue was a disappointment. EVERYthing
else I ordered anywhere sucked. They ruined steaks, Mexican,
Italian, deli food, etc. plus in SC they acted horrified about a
cocktail at dinner. Local law required they bring airplane
bottles of whatever you ordered and waitstaff had a tendency to
look at you like an outsider if you ordered alcohol. Which I
was, of course. If I tried to get potatoes they acted like I
just ordered durian or something. Feh. At least I got to see the
water tower at Gaffney. They take everybody out to see it. LOL
 
MartyB
Dave Smith <adavid.smith@sympatico.ca>: Feb 12 09:25PM -0500

On 2016-02-12 7:05 PM, cshenk wrote:
 
> White, Wheat, or Rye is a general term here that works and works coast
> to coast.
 
> BTW, ignore Sheldon's bit on corn bread vs wheat. He's tripping again.
 
I don't live in the US but even I know that "wheat" means whole wheat,
even though it may only be a low percentage of whole wheat.
"cshenk" <cshenk1@cox.net>: Feb 12 06:44PM -0600

Julie Bove wrote in rec.food.cooking:
 
 
> That makes no sense. The rice should be browned before cooking for
> Spanish rice. And I don't use butter but olive oil. But yes, that
> is how it should be done.
 
Julie, just because you havent seen it, doesn't make it so. You are
doing pilaf. I am not. Nuff said?
 
> > Others use fresh cooked rice which is then lightly stir fried in
> > butter and olive oil then added spices and tomatoes are added.
 
> Have never ever seen such a recipe. Never.
 
Want to see one? Or want to deny they exist? Choice is yours.
 

> can't have rice now. For me, Spanish rice has meat in it and is a
> meal. Mexican rice shouldn't have any chunks of stuff in it. Unless
> of course you are doing something like cilantro lime rice.
 
???? Wierd. I've not seen a spanish rice with meat in it unless it was
highly americanized or trying to pretend to be a mix of asian shrimp
fried rice with tomato topping..
Carol
 
 
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"cshenk" <cshenk1@cox.net>: Feb 12 06:36PM -0600

Bolt Lits AG wrote in rec.food.cooking:
 
> ongee.html
 
> No wonder you get the kind of abuse heaped on you that you do here.
 
> Please consider quitting entirely.
 
Actully the only congee/juk/jook I had in Hawaii was made from plain
cooked rice and the broth was added later.
 
Some asian versions use no broth at all, it's just rice and water (poor
man's congee) made from last nights leftover rice with hot water added
and mashed a bit.
 
Web crawling for fancy versions of things, doesnt change the basics
used in a regular home elsewhere.
 
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dsi1 <dsi1@fishing.net>: Feb 12 03:36PM -1000

On 2/12/2016 2:31 PM, cshenk wrote:
> cooked in a mild weak broth, often fish based dashi in Japan but lots
> of variation. I can't think of another but there might be?
 
> Carol
 
What I meant is that the rice can be cooked in a broth but the rice is
pre-cooked the regular way first. Cooking raw rice in a stock is not
something I've heard of.
 
I have made jook before and I use leftover rice. I use chicken broth but
my guess is that some people use fish stock. Chicken stock is a very
Chinese way to make jook. The interesting thing about jook is that the
rice on the bottom has a most wonderful taste. Slightly scorching the
rice with soup stock produces something truly amazing. I've always made
jook when I've had a leftover chicken/turkey carcass and rice. From
these humble ingredients comes something sublime.
 
As far as fried rice is concerned, calling fried rice a pilaf is an
insult to two great dishes. We're quite serious about fried rice over
here. Kim chee fried rice is a most wonderful dish.
 
http://www.bubbleworld.ca/resources/upload/DSC0043.jpg
dsi1 <dsi1@fishing.net>: Feb 12 03:41PM -1000

On 2/12/2016 2:36 PM, cshenk wrote:
> and mashed a bit.
 
> Web crawling for fancy versions of things, doesnt change the basics
> used in a regular home elsewhere.
 
Rice with hot tea poured on it is a popular thing to eat with the old
folks. I've never gotten a taste for it - it's a pretty old-school thing
to do. My guess is they'll still do that in Japan.
Brooklyn1 <gravesend10@verizon.net>: Feb 12 08:50PM -0500

On Fri, 12 Feb 2016 10:30:40 -1000, dsi1
>> she only ever makes the Japanese style.
 
>Asians would be surprised to learn that some Westerners don't wash their
>rice before cooking. It's just not in my DNA to follow that practice. :)
 
Thats because rice grown in the US is clean, imported rice is
disgustingly filthy with human and other animal excrement. I won't
buy imported rice. Asians are the most disgustingly filthy people on
this planet... the vast majority of Asians go from birth to grave
without ever bathing.
dsi1 <dsi1@fishing.net>: Feb 12 03:54PM -1000

On 2/12/2016 3:50 PM, Brooklyn1 wrote:
> buy imported rice. Asians are the most disgustingly filthy people on
> this planet... the vast majority of Asians go from birth to grave
> without ever bathing.
 
Man, I love this place! :)
Janet B <nospam@cableone.net>: Feb 12 07:05PM -0700

On Fri, 12 Feb 2016 15:36:44 -1000, dsi1 <dsi1@fishing.net> wrote:
snip
>insult to two great dishes. We're quite serious about fried rice over
>here. Kim chee fried rice is a most wonderful dish.
 
>http://www.bubbleworld.ca/resources/upload/DSC0043.jpg
 
Just in case you think I said that fried rice was a pilaf, no, I did
not. Nor did I imply so.
Janet US
dsi1 <dsi1@fishing.net>: Feb 12 04:17PM -1000

On 2/12/2016 4:05 PM, Janet B wrote:
 
> Just in case you think I said that fried rice was a pilaf, no, I did
> not. Nor did I imply so.
> Janet US
 
Let's face it, there's not many people that would boldly state that
fried rice is a pilaf - even on a technicality. OTOH, I suppose
technically, a rat is the same as a polar bear. Topologically speaking,
of course. :)
"cshenk" <cshenk1@cox.net>: Feb 12 06:54PM -0600

Sqwertz wrote in rec.food.cooking:
 
> authentic.
 
> Are you done yet?
 
> -sw
 
Yes, with you for being and idiot. I never said i knew Viet. I've
never even mentioned it and I don't think you made a real dish there
either. I think you bought it or downloaded a picture from the
internet.
 
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Brooklyn1 <gravesend10@verizon.net>: Feb 12 08:36PM -0500

On Fri, 12 Feb 2016 18:07:10 -0600, Sqwertz <swertz@cluemail.compost>
wrote:
 
>know what we're arguing about, even if Carol doesn't.
 
>God Help Her.
 
>-sw
 
I know exactly what American Chinese restaurants serve regarding chow
mein and lo mein, and many other dishes, I really don't know about
other US Asian resto dishes... I've eaten at Jap joints, awful food,
expensive and nothing much to eat, no wonder most japs are
emaciated... jap joints are more into presentation than actual
eating... they spend a lot more on those awful laquared lunch boxes
than what's in them, more into saving face if they actually had
attractive faces, japs are ugli... Chinese women are far more
attractive than jap women, and that's my opinion because Chinese women
have prettier faces and they have bigger and better boobs and rounder
fuller butts... Jap women all look bitter, up tight, and have a
permanent sneer like they just ate shit. I've known several Chinese
women and jap women intimitely... Chinese women are much happier and
far easier to satisfy. I don't know about Asian men as I'm not into
men at all... whenever I'm out in public I don't see men, men do not
register for me. Feminine females enjoy my company, males do not but
I don't enjoy male company either so I couldn't care less. I don't
enjoy masculine female company either. I don't enjoy the company of
any competitive people. As soon as I recognize a person is being
competitive I suggest they watch their silly football game and I move
on. I detest team sports, all team sports are phoney and those who
gravitate towards team sports are phoneys too. I enjoy one on one
sports but not team sports. I enjoy boxing, and I really enjoy rodeo
events.
"cshenk" <cshenk1@cox.net>: Feb 12 05:52PM -0600

Ed Pawlowski wrote in rec.food.cooking:
 
> > the stove.
 
> We use the DO on the stove top with a very low flame. Barely
> simmering.
 
I use mine rarely but in the oven. Does a very nice dish of roasted
chicken with veggies.
 
I've only recently in general gotten back into using the oven for more
than pizzas or breads. To me, it's the last device that tends to come
to mind. Cost factors overseas made it not a primary use item.
 
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"cshenk" <cshenk1@cox.net>: Feb 12 05:52PM -0600

Nunya Bidnits wrote in rec.food.cooking:
 
> much heat once they reach temp.
 
> MartyB
 
> MartyB
 
Ok, maybe you are right there.
 
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