ANOTHER stupid/useless/unneeded thread

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     A lot of people dont know that in the 20s some hats were made out of meatloaf.If you could afford one you were consided a good catch.Hence the old saying by drunken Irishman, I am going to beat your meat.The fighting Irish when will they ever learn!
     
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     A lot of people dont know that in the 20s some hats were made out of meatloaf.If you could afford one you were consided a good catch.Hence the old saying by drunken Irishman, I am going to beat your meat.The fighting Irish when will they ever learn!
    Posted by mybologna2


    I'm Irish and I find this offensive. We prefer a good corned beef hat over meatloaf hat, though meatloaf is good
     
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    In Response to Re: ANOTHER stupid/useless/unneeded thread : lol I am not Irish, but I would be also offended by the Boston NBA team being called the Celtics if I was! Oh, the horror of insecure, sensitive racialists in our society. Call in Jesse Jackson! Oh wait, you're not black. lol
    Posted by RustyGriswold


    Well considering that they don't even pronounce it right I'm fine with it. I mean you are talking about a culture that takes pride in the word that was meant to be a racial slur (Mick) 

    btw how come we can say Mick on here
     
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    Because nobody looks out for those Micks.

    The Irish are probably the most overlooked oppressed people in this country. Nobody liked them when the famine drove them to America.

    And yet, they still gave us Guinness and step-dancing...well, you know what they say:

    Go n-ithe an cat thú is go n-ithe an diabhal an cat

    (may the cat eat you and the devil eat the cat)
     
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    I'm Irish as he11 and I am deeply offended by the use of the term 'paddy wagon' since it was originally coined while carting off to the hoosegow all the brawling drunken micks.  *Dismounts from his high horse*.

    Carry on.
     
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    You know, hurl, had you been the Sox clubhouse chef, I don't think we'd be talking about the collapse last season. For pancakes, replace half of the dry ingredients with uncooked, instant oatmeal. It cooks the oatmeal in the pan, and you're left with something much tastier than your regular, boring pancakes, and you can convince your wife or girlfriends that it's actually nutritious too!
    Posted by ma6dragon9


    Dang, never thought of that...I'll try it.
     
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    Because nobody looks out for those Micks. The Irish are probably the most overlooked oppressed people in this country. Nobody liked them when the famine drove them to America. And yet, they still gave us Guinness and step-dancing...well, you know what they say: Go n-ithe an cat thú is go n-ithe an diabhal an cat (may the cat eat you and the devil eat the cat)
    Posted by ma6dragon9


    What?! Nobody liked us Irish? This hurts deeply, I'd cry, but I'm afraid I'd water down my beer:(

    What we really should be talking about is crock pot recipes and how to make a good chili! I once saw a guy put pineapple and pork rinds in it (just ground them all up for thickness)...crazy stuff.
     
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    I have an awesome cheesecake recipe that goes wayback before the intranets was around but i'm not sharing it till the Pats win a superbowl again
     
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    Pineapple? Really....pineapple? I don't know about that one.

    Pork rinds...I mean, I think those would make anything better. It's fried pig fat!

    I don't know about crock o' pot, but it did make me think about ribs.

    Cut them into 2 rib portions, wrap in foil with a little marinade, and bake for about 2 hours. You get texture like slow, open fire cooking, and seasoning to whatever taste you like. Liquid smoke mimics the smokey, real flavor extremely well.
     
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    Pineapple? Really....pineapple? I don't know about that one. Pork rinds...I mean, I think those would make anything better. It's fried pig fat! I don't know about crock o' pot, but it did make me think about ribs. Cut them into 2 rib portions, wrap in foil with a little marinade, and bake for about 2 hours. You get texture like slow, open fire cooking, and seasoning to whatever taste you like. Liquid smoke mimics the smokey, real flavor extremely well.
    Posted by ma6dragon9

    I've tried that with the ribs, it is awesome you're right. You can even brown them up on the grill after they've been in the oven (just a couple of minutes per side)...it gives you a tender, yet crispy texture.
     
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    I have an awesome cheesecake recipe that goes wayback before the intranets was around but i'm not sharing it till the Pats win a superbowl again
    Posted by patsfaninpa420


    Ok. Let me be clear about this:

    Don't you f u c k with me about cheesecake!

    So now I'm going to have to go all Tonya Harding and start clubbing 31 other starting Qbs in the knee. I better take out both Luck and Manning. You know, I better make it the top 40 outside of NE, including some incoming rooks just to be safe.

    Damn you. Damn you and your talk of cheesecake and images of hot, bong-ripping women.
     
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    Well since you're as passionate about cheesecake as I am I will share it Dragon (sorry this took so long to post but it's been a busy few days for me).

    Filling- 2 (8 ounce) packages cream cheese softened to room temp (I prefer Philadelphia's)
             2 eggs
             1/2 cup sugar
             1 teaspoon vanilla
    Topping- 1 cup sour cream ( I prefer Breakstone's)
                  1/4 cup sugar
                  1 teaspoon vanilla

    preheat oven to 375. Beat filling ingredients with rotary beater or electric mixer until satiny and pour into crust (I like to buy the 2 extra serving Keebler Ready Crusts, otherwise you'll have leftover filling). Bake for approx 20 min. You'll know its ready when the top cracks a bit and there will be some browning on top. Remove from oven and cool for 15 min. Meanwhile raise the oven temp to 475 and mix the topping ingredients. Spread the topping gently over the cheese filling and return to oven for 10 minutes.  Cool in pan to room temp then cover and chill for 10-12 hours before serving.
        I like to treat the sour cream topping topping as part of the cheesecake and make fruit toppings to add as well sometimes. I add the fruit topping after the cheescake has cooled to room temp right before it goes into the fridge for 12 hours.
       What you end up with is a creamy, medium bodied cheesecake with a very subtle tang to it from the sourcream topping. I have had very few other cheesecakes (even ones from the cheescake factory) that I enjoy as much as this one!
     
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