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Old 02-18-2018, 07:43 PM   #73949
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I think they use Rocky Moutan Oysters for Texas chowder... put some Texas Pete on it and they go down easy...
where's the gag and up-chuck emoji?
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Old 02-18-2018, 07:53 PM   #73950
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Never had the Mt. Oysters in chowder but fried in cast iron they tast like tenderloin. I didn't know what they were till after I'd almost finished my first plateful, I still enjoyed a second plate. Prepare properly they're tasty.
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Old 02-18-2018, 08:15 PM   #73951
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Um.....
Can we get back to boiled trout?
The across the street neighbors were in the process of moving, and wanted me to clean out their refrigerator and freezer. In there was, his caught, trout. I plan to dry cure in salt and brown sugar, then smoke them in the electric smoker, that I got last season. I hope it makes someone's mouth water!
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Old 02-18-2018, 09:13 PM   #73952
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Never had the Mt. Oysters in chowder but fried in cast iron they tast like tenderloin. I didn't know what they were till after I'd almost finished my first plateful, I still enjoyed a second plate. Prepare properly they're tasty.


Hey, you try them boiled and let us know...
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Old 02-19-2018, 11:53 AM   #73954
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Look who I found at Sani Dental in Algadones today!
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Old 02-19-2018, 12:26 PM   #73956
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Look who I found at Sani Dental in Algadones today!


Well lookie there! It's the Urbana kids!!!
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Old 02-19-2018, 01:50 PM   #73957
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Never had the Mt. Oysters in chowder but fried in cast iron they tast like tenderloin. I didn't know what they were till after I'd almost finished my first plateful, I still enjoyed a second plate. Prepare properly they're tasty.
That sounds delish!

Any of you mutants regularly shop Asian grocery stores?

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That sounds delish!

Any of you mutants regularly shop Asian grocery stores?

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Any kind of grocery store! Found great shrimp in Oregon at an Asian Seafood Market in Salem.

Just Sunday we were in the only Medeterian market in Yuma. They serve to go food. It was all quite good. The dolmas in the Athena can are great.
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That sounds delish!

Any of you mutants regularly shop Asian grocery stores?

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Any kind of grocery store! Found great shrimp in Oregon at an Asian Seafood Market in Salem.

Just Sunday we were in the only Medeterian market in Yuma. They serve to go food. It was all quite good. The dolmas in the Athena can are great.


Guys, guys, guys.....
(Insert drum roll, crescendo, big wow!)
Who in RVMdom can make Thai stuff, like soup and the like, for a...
Thai Asian Eat-2-Much dinner at FEGCMI???
Om-Nom!
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Guys, guys, guys.....
(Insert drum roll, crescendo, big wow!)
Who in RVMdom can make Thai stuff, like soup and the like, for a...
A Thai Asian Eat-2-Much dinner at FEGCMI???
Om-Nom!
*raises hand* you guys are my kinda people!
I make a good homemade Pho! And not Thai but I'd love for you guys to taste my pork egg rolls. Seriously blows Chinese food restaurant ones out of the water. Anyone who's ever tasted them has said as much.

We are gonna have so much fun.......
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*raises hand* you guys are my kinda people!
I make a good homemade Pho! And not Thai but I'd love for you guys to taste my pork egg rolls. Seriously blows Chinese food restaurant ones out of the water. Anyone who's ever tasted them has said as much.

We are gonna have so much fun.......


Woot!
Coming to the FEGC@MI?
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Woot!
Coming to the FEGC@MI?
I'm still trying to convince Allen that he wants to go. So far he's doing his best impression of Walter Matthau in Grumpy Old Men.

My second phase of attack is to somehow get him involved in RVM, either here or on Facebook.

If that doesn't work, my all-in poker bet is to use blackmail. In a few weeks we've got our first sanctioned disc golf tournament, 2 rounds of a very tough hilly, muddy course, and I'm wearing his disc bag as his caddy. He'll owe me, big-time.
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