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Old 01-15-2006, 11:58 PM   #43
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Markdoane Soho...

Say there My Friend... what U doin in SOHO... NO, don't answer that... LOL !... it's one of those Cheekier places in London... where U can buy FISH 'n CHIPS... U most likely ate ( or tried 2 ) a COD subistute, it's a commom white meat fish, n very nice 2, IF fried properly... LOL. Our Great British tradition... I jus LUV it, plenty salt n vinegar...
My Gran used 2 have brown bread in milk... & drippin on bread, with plenty salt n pepper... Mmmm I NOT allowed any now...Chris.....
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Old 01-16-2006, 12:32 AM   #44
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Potato boats?! Ewww, now I've heard everything - you win!

I'm going to go try and forget I heard that now...
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Old 01-16-2006, 08:30 AM   #45
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Stephanie,

Dad was raised on an eastern Colorado ranch and left it as a young adult because the drought and depression of the late 1920s and early 1930s made a move necessary (he still lived in northeastern Colorado though). I donít know if the coffee customs were a product of the area or a result of the depression era. At the time of my recalled memories we lived in Wyoming.

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Old 01-16-2006, 09:11 AM   #46
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This is great....

This thread took an unexpected direction.....
And in the process it seems to have stirred up some very sweet memories for quite a few folks!
Isn't it ironic the things we find in life that we fondly remember after time passes.....
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Old 01-16-2006, 09:11 AM   #47
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Let me first say that I have never made this nor have I ever tasted it. The reason has nothing to do with the beer and the chaplain connection, I enjoy a good beer. But rather the Velveeta cheese and the Wisconsin connection. Believe me it is hard to even type the name much less lend it as an ingredient but this is trailer trash recipes and I would think most fitting.
1 Block of Velveeta
2 cans of Miller High Life Beer (must be Miller!)
1 Medium red onion

Take one can of Miller High Life and place in a cooler to get ice cold.
Dice onion and brown in a dutch oven put in the block of Velveeta cheese and pour in a can of Miller High Life beer. Place over medium heat covered until the Velveeta is melted . Serve while drinking the Miller High Life from the cooler.
note you can extend this recipe by placing more Miller High Life beers in the cooler to cool while making the soup.
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Old 01-16-2006, 10:06 AM   #48
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Now THAT sounds good!!! As a kid on the farm I loved to sit down in a field of peas and eat my fill. Had some unusual effects on my digestive tract though.
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Old 01-16-2006, 11:42 AM   #49
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Sliced and battered fruitcake - deep fried.

Nuff said.
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Old 01-16-2006, 11:53 AM   #50
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But rather the Velveeta cheese and the Wisconsin connection. Believe me it is hard to even type the name much less lend it as an ingredient
ditto.....
american cheese(velveeta) is easier to melt, and gives a smoothness rather then grainyness that one would wind up with had a good aged cheddar been employed. keep the good cheese to accompany your mad dog 20/20....
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Old 01-16-2006, 12:06 PM   #51
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Potato boats floating on a sea of Velveeta cheese and beer! How did that song go; Ploop, ploop, fiz, fiz Oh what a relief it is!
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Old 01-16-2006, 12:37 PM   #52
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Sliced and battered fruitcake - deep fried.
Nuff said.
This one gets my vote for Best Elvis Food.
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I love fruitcake!!!!!

You win, Janet !!!!!
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I love fruitcake!!!!! You win, Janet !!!!!
Cool - I'll send you mine. I got several fruit laden wheel chocks for Christmas.
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Mars...

Over the pond here, one of the latest crazes is Mars Bars in batter, usualy sold in Fish n Chip shops, I personaly do NOT wish 2 try one, because like Markdoane I would suffer when I eat the batter..., that's what spoils most of Englands favourite suppers, also the oil what they R fried in... looks like the thin oil I use in My Fords Engine, sayin that, it may well taste better...well if it's good enough 4 Fords...LOL... Some of these strange snacks realy do sound quite nice... but I Will admit 2 the tune of a BANANA SANDWICH, Mmm so refreshin, on brown bread with a sprinkle of brown sugar...I noticed whilst We were in Yr Wonderful Land, a LOT of food was laced in CINAMON ?... WHY, what's the story behind that, NOT Pikin here, I DO like the stuff, but in small doses, it was in a lot of things, anyone care 2 pick this up 4 Me, FANX.
I have jus finnished some Fruit cake I foun in My Moms cake box, it was ALL fruit, hardly any spongy stuff at all, rich, Oh ! Yes... VERY rich...Chris.....
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Old 01-16-2006, 01:55 PM   #56
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". . .I could torture the kids with that for days!. . ." I laughed and laughed when I read this by Jim. Have we all held food threats over our kids' heads? Our four kids equally detested liver and onions (yum!) or any style of quiche when young, so to straighten up their misbehavior, Max and I usually only had to threaten "liver quiche" for dinner. Did they ever dread the idea of that! No, we never followed through to create the recipe. Sorry, forum
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