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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Mary Jane, Dec 31, 2008.
I went to Vegas and drank my weight in beer.
Sounds like a great way to bring in the New Year! Only thing better than drinking your weight in beer at Vegas would have been winning your weight in bills oke:
Boozer isn't a big gambler, so it turned out to be a not-so-expensive Vegas vacation.
yo. Dale. First, I apologize for the fuzzy photo. At least, I expect it is fuzzy..should be if it aint!
Here's what's left. it was good but next time, i'm trying the chili sauce marinade.
Sigh..... Thank you, Mary Jane. I guess there's no way around it; I'm gonna have to prepare some now.
I have some extra liver here if you want it.
I might take you up on that. They don't always have chicken guts at my grocery store.
I have to special ask for guts at my store.
Need some of those chinese things, too?
What chinese things?
I think she is referring to water chestnuts. but keep them away from your ponds Dale...they are trouble with a capital T. I always loved Rumaki...one I get past the blood filtering organ of a chicken that is the main ingredient, particularly now with the homones ect that are used in chicken rearing.
We celebrated with friends and the main course was a standing rib roast. I am surprised I didn't fall that night, was drinking Long Island Ice Teas
Thanks, Ron. I don't think the canned ones would pose much of a problem.
Yeah, water chestnuts are what I was talking about.
Tell me about your recipe, please, Dale?
"Tell me about your recipe, please, Dale?"
Ummm. Well, there's not really too much to tell. I think I found it in one of the cookbooks here. Or maybe in the newspaper. I really like it and have used it for about 17 years.
Looks yummy MJ, xcept for the Liver, i am pretending it is just a hunk of beef.
Pea soup sounds good as well.
I uncovered the Grill and slapped on some Steaks ( T-bone) and Corn on the Cob.
I was asleep by 6pm, SSDD.