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typomaniac
01-25-2008, 06:45 PM
What are you all serving?

(I'm just asking because I want to make sure that I out-do you.) :laugh2:

Said1
01-25-2008, 06:48 PM
Super Bowl parties are for homos. :(

actsnoblemartin
01-25-2008, 06:51 PM
and make up is for ugly women


Super Bowl parties are for homos. :(

Said1
01-25-2008, 07:02 PM
and make up is for ugly women

All women are ugly, aren't they, Martin?

actsnoblemartin
01-25-2008, 07:04 PM
no im just making fun of you, for saying were all homos for having a super bowl party

:coffee:


All women are ugly, aren't they, Martin?

actsnoblemartin
01-25-2008, 07:06 PM
I would say they are insecure.

Women let other people decide for them there worth based on beauty or lack there of.

All women who are good women, are beautiful

bad women are ugly

did i say that slow enough for you

:dance:


All women are ugly, aren't they, Martin?

typomaniac
01-25-2008, 07:08 PM
Super Bowl parties are for homos. :(

Tell that to Pale Rider. :lol:

typomaniac
01-25-2008, 07:09 PM
I would say they are insecure.

Women let other people decide for them there worth based on beauty or lack there of.

All women who are good women, are beautiful

bad women are ugly

did i say that slow enough for you

:dance:

So what are you serving, Martin? Besides :beer:

actsnoblemartin
01-25-2008, 07:09 PM
:laugh2:

:coffee:


Tell that to Pale Rider. :lol:

actsnoblemartin
01-25-2008, 07:10 PM
me and my bud are gonna go to a sports bad, and eat :), and chill



So what are you serving, Martin? Besides :beer:

Pale Rider
01-26-2008, 05:29 PM
Super Bowl parties are for homos. :(


Tell that to Pale Rider. :lol:

Hey... I pos repped Said1... I laughed so hard I could barely breath. :D

But what am I having for my Super Bowl day? Probably corn chips and salsa, chips and dip, a fruit and crackers and cheese tray, and later a couple mag pizza's, all washed down with ice cold, long neck, Coor's.

jackass
01-26-2008, 05:36 PM
But what am I having for my Super Bowl day? cheese tray,

Cheese trays are for homos. :laugh2:

82Marine89
01-26-2008, 06:53 PM
Super Bowl parties are for homos. :(

And Grey Cup parties are for guys who couldn't cut it in the NFL. :finger3:

Pale Rider
01-26-2008, 06:55 PM
Cheese trays are for homos. :laugh2:

See what ya started now Said? ... :laugh:

typomaniac
01-27-2008, 02:07 PM
See what ya started now Said? ... :laugh:

Come to think of it, maybe I should positive rep her for that.... :laugh:

Anyway, for the record: there is no such thing as a Super Bowl party for homos unless you serve quiche, sushi, and fruity mixed drinks with tiny umbrellas; and you decorate the TV room in lavender and pink.

nevadamedic
01-27-2008, 02:10 PM
Super Bowl parties are for homos. :(

Agreed.

Pale Rider
01-27-2008, 03:10 PM
Come to think of it, maybe I should positive rep her for that.... :laugh:

Anyway, for the record: there is no such thing as a Super Bowl party for homos unless you serve quiche, sushi, and fruity mixed drinks with tiny umbrellas; and you decorate the TV room in lavender and pink.

Aaaahh.... how come you know so much about that? :poke: - - :laugh:

Said1
01-27-2008, 03:40 PM
And Grey Cup parties are for guys who couldn't cut it in the NFL. :finger3:

Noooo. Grey Cup parties are exclusive - Canadian homos only.

What's the difference between Canadian and American football - I find ours isn't so stop and start, but my attention span is somewhat limited when it comes to that sport.

We lost our team years ago, I'm still amazed that the Senators are back (physically in Ottawa, again, that is.........).

Abbey
01-27-2008, 03:43 PM
Homogenized milk is for homos. ;)

Mr. P
01-27-2008, 03:44 PM
I call it "cat shit". If you make it you'll understand.

Easily cut in half.
**********************

1lb Jimmy Dean hot sausage (ground)
1lb hamburger
1lb velveta cheese.
1 package deli cocktail size rye bread

Mix the sausage and hamburger together WELL, cook in large frying pan, breaking apart into small pieces. Drain
Mix in cheese to melt, stirring for even distribution...spoon onto deli cocktail size rye bread.

Note: These are heavy...3 can easily kill your appetite or at least take the edge off.

Said1
01-27-2008, 03:48 PM
I call it "cat shit". If you make it you'll understand.

Easily cut in half.
**********************

1lb Jimmy Dean hot sausage (ground)
1lb hamburger
1lb velveta cheese.
1 package deli cocktail size rye bread

Mix the sausage and hamburger together WELL, cook in large frying pan, breaking apart into small pieces. Drain
Mix in cheese to melt, stirring for even distribution...spoon onto deli cocktail size rye bread.

Note: These are heavy...3 can easily kill your appetite or at least take the edge off.

That sounds good, only I hate velveta. Monteray sprinkled on top, maybe?

And btew, I tried your horse radish and califlower recipe - fantastic. :clap:

Pale Rider
01-27-2008, 03:52 PM
Agreed.

Men with cutsie, tootsie, punching pussy, avatars are homos. :slap:

typomaniac
01-27-2008, 03:56 PM
Aaaahh.... how come you know so much about that? :poke: - - :laugh:

Not from personal experience. I just have a "fertile" imagination. :eek: :D

Mr. P
01-27-2008, 04:47 PM
That sounds good, only I hate velveta. Monterey sprinkled on top, maybe?

And btew, I tried your horse radish and cauliflower recipe - fantastic. :clap:

You created a new dish! It was for Broccoli but if it works on cauliflower too that's great! I'm glad you liked it...I rarely get any feedback. Thanks!

I suppose your cheese of choice would be fine...just mix it in and let it melt.

Said1
01-27-2008, 04:51 PM
You created a new dish! It was for Broccoli but if it works on cauliflower to that's great! I'm glad you liked it...I rarely get any feedback. Thanks!

I suppose your cheese of choice would be fine...just mix it in and let it melt.

Broccoli, really? Same ingredients.......sour cream (I used plain yogurt), dash of salt (I also used no water), dill?

Mr. P
01-27-2008, 05:00 PM
Broccoli, really? Same ingredients.......sour cream (I used plain yogurt), dash of salt (I also used no water), dill?

Maybe it wasn't my recipe...I'll post it.

Mr. P
01-27-2008, 05:02 PM
Broccoli with Horseradish Sauce

1/2 cup ......Mayonnaise
2T..............Butter or Margarine...Melted
1T..............Prepared Horseradish (I prefer Kraft)
1T..............grated onion (yellow is best, white is okay)
1/4 t...........Salt
1/4 t...........dry mustard (Colman's)
pinch of crushed red pepper

1 Bunch Broccoli

Combine first 7 ingredients and stir well. Chill 3-4 hours
Serve over cooked Broccoli

Notes to ya'll:

I have substituted salad dressing for mayo. It's not as good.
I have also used margarine..Not as good as butter.
I prefer Kraft cream style prepared Horseradish,
but have found most high quality brands work as well (no chunky stuff) .
I grate the onion medium to fine almost to a mush.
As far as red pepper I add it until I can see it in the entire mixture (a pinch isn't enough for me)
Chill time...I have found as little as 1hr. to be fine.
I steam the broccoli.

If ya try this you'll love it, if you don't like Broccoli you will. I guarantee!

*Excellent with a Beef main course*

Said1
01-27-2008, 05:06 PM
Broccoli with Horseradish Sauce

1/2 cup ......Mayonnaise
2T..............Butter or Margarine...Melted
1T..............Prepared Horseradish (I prefer Kraft)
1T..............grated onion (yellow is best, white is okay)
1/4 t...........Salt
1/4 t...........dry mustard (Colman's)
pinch of crushed red pepper

1 Bunch Broccoli

Combine first 7 ingredients and stir well. Chill 3-4 hours
Serve over cooked Broccoli

Notes to ya'll:

I have substituted salad dressing for mayo. It's not as good.
I have also used margarine..Not as good as butter.
I prefer Kraft cream style prepared Horseradish,
but have found most high quality brands work as well (no chunky stuff) .
I grate the onion medium to fine almost to a mush.
As far as red pepper I add it until I can see it in the entire mixture (a pinch isn't enough for me)
Chill time...I have found as little as 1hr. to be fine.
I steam the broccoli.

If ya try this you'll love it, if you don't like Broccoli you will. I guarantee!

*Excellent with a Beef main course*

I would add some cheese. :laugh2:


The thought of eating it with cauliflower wasn't very appealing, but was it ever GOOD! I migh try this if my brocolli hasn't turned yellow, yet. :laugh2:

Pale Rider
01-27-2008, 07:19 PM
Broccoli with Horseradish Sauce

1/2 cup ......Mayonnaise
2T..............Butter or Margarine...Melted
1T..............Prepared Horseradish (I prefer Kraft)
1T..............grated onion (yellow is best, white is okay)
1/4 t...........Salt
1/4 t...........dry mustard (Colman's)
pinch of crushed red pepper

1 Bunch Broccoli

Let me ask you a question Mr. P, every time I go in the store I look for "grated horseradish," but I can never seem to find it. I find tons of horseradish "sauce" near the ketchup and mustard, but not fresh grated. Am I looking in the wrong place? Where the hell is the GRATED horseradish to be found in a store?

dan
01-27-2008, 07:37 PM
Let me ask you a question Mr. P, every time I go in the store I look for "grated horseradish," but I can never seem to find it. I find tons of horseradish "sauce" near the ketchup and mustard, but not fresh grated. Am I looking in the wrong place? Where the hell is the GRATED horseradish to be found in a store?

My dad gets it all the time, but I don't know where he finds it in the store. I'll ask next time I talk to him.

He loves the stuff on pot roast.

tlfb
01-27-2008, 08:20 PM
It's in the dairy section, most good horseradish is refridgerated. Try there

MtnBiker
01-27-2008, 08:34 PM
I love Beaver horseradish.

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/410DYH3QKJL.jpg

tlfb
01-27-2008, 08:43 PM
where do you get that? It sounds good!

Mr. P
01-27-2008, 08:47 PM
It's in the dairy section, most good horseradish is refridgerated. Try there

Thanks tlfb!
That's where you'll find it, Pale. Around where they have cheese an sour cream an stuff.


I love Beaver horseradish.

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/410DYH3QKJL.jpg

Never heard of it...who carries it?

Pale Rider
01-27-2008, 08:48 PM
My dad gets it all the time, but I don't know where he finds it in the store. I'll ask next time I talk to him.

He loves the stuff on pot roast.

I mix it with ketchup to make fresh Cocktail Sauce, but it tastes pretty good in a Bloody Mary too... :D

MtnBiker
01-27-2008, 09:04 PM
Never heard of it...who carries it?


I'm not sure where it it manufactured but it is common to find in stores in the northwest.

I suppose the best would be to use actual horseradish root and grate it fresh.

typomaniac
01-27-2008, 10:46 PM
I call it "cat shit". If you make it you'll understand.

Easily cut in half.
**********************

1lb Jimmy Dean hot sausage (ground)
1lb hamburger
1lb velveta cheese.
1 package deli cocktail size rye bread

Mix the sausage and hamburger together WELL, cook in large frying pan, breaking apart into small pieces. Drain
Mix in cheese to melt, stirring for even distribution...spoon onto deli cocktail size rye bread.

Note: These are heavy...3 can easily kill your appetite or at least take the edge off.
I'd vary the recipe as follows:

1. Mix the sausage and hamburger together, and roll each into 2-inch long cylinders, about 1/2 inch diameter. Brown in large frying pan and drain.

2. Fill a long, flat baking pan with crushed crackers or nacho chips (at least 2 pounds worth).

3. Add the meat cylinders to the baking pan and you now have "cat shit" in a litter box. :beer:

Abbey
01-27-2008, 10:50 PM
I'd vary the recipe as follows:

1. Mix the sausage and hamburger together, and roll each into 2-inch long cylinders, about 1/2 inch diameter. Brown in large frying pan and drain.

2. Fill a long, flat baking pan with crushed crackers or nacho chips (at least 2 pounds worth).

3. Add the meat cylinders to the baking pan and you now have "cat shit" in a litter box. :beer:

If only he used his talents for good instead if evil. :laugh2:

typomaniac
01-27-2008, 10:51 PM
If only he used his talents for good instead if evil. :laugh2:

It's often a dirty job, but someone's gotta do it. :lmao:

Abbey
01-27-2008, 10:54 PM
It's often a dirty job, but someone's gotta do it. :lmao:

Lol :laugh2:

Mr. P
01-27-2008, 11:13 PM
I'd vary the recipe as follows:

1. Mix the sausage and hamburger together, and roll each into 2-inch long cylinders, about 1/2 inch diameter. Brown in large frying pan and drain.

2. Fill a long, flat baking pan with crushed crackers or nacho chips (at least 2 pounds worth).

3. Add the meat cylinders to the baking pan and you now have "cat shit" in a litter box. :beer:

Can't follow a recipe (instructions), Huh?

I'll bet you don't play well with others or share either. :poke:

remie
01-28-2008, 10:20 AM
I'm not sure where it it manufactured but it is common to find in stores in the northwest.

I suppose the best would be to use actual horseradish root and grate it fresh.

Bingo, by far the best but be careful the fresh stuff will take your head off.

Pale Rider
01-30-2008, 01:05 AM
I'm not sure where it it manufactured but it is common to find in stores in the northwest.

I suppose the best would be to use actual horseradish root and grate it fresh.

That would be cool. So would it be in with the vegetables?

gabosaurus
01-31-2008, 07:41 PM
My husband and I go out to dinner during the Super Bowl. It's not difficult to get a table. :lmao:

hjmick
02-03-2008, 10:03 PM
Homemade Killer Shrimp. Those of you in the Marin Del Rey or Studio City environs know Killer Shrimp.