Other uses for meat

Discussion in 'The Late Night Cafe (off-topic)' started by momoreg, Feb 26, 2005.

  1. momoreg

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    A very funny site, Momo. Love that yarmulke! :lol:
     
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    Stupid meatheads!
     
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    Love it. Makes me wonder what is next-"live animal" fur coats, maybe?
     
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    Pork scraps? Make some sausage or a pate or a multon newberry pie

    Beef? Add the scraps to your red wine sause to give it some body or make a boeuf bourguignon.

    Chicken? Pate or grind up and use it for a raft to clarify your consomme

    Fish? Try a Mousseline.

    Alligator? ???????......
     
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    maybe it's the fact that it is 5:45am and I only got 3 1/2 hours sleep, but I find that way too funny!!!!!
     
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    That's great and all, but when do they get into the underware section? Victora Secrets, move over, there's a new sherrif in town who's name begins with OSCAR... :D
     
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    this frightens me more than i can possibly express.
    anyone see the finnish music video 'sausage fighting'??
    scrawny white dudes wearing bacon loincloths engaged in
    some kind of martial arts? in someones livingroom?
    please tell me i didn't dream this. i certainly could have. theres a reason
    i put '1960' in my signature.