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PostPosted: Wed Dec 12, 2007 11:45 pm 
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In order to be permitted to post in this section, you must meet the following requirements:

1) Your post must contribute to a raising BMI.
2) All recipes must be real and intended for human consumption.
3) When you post recipes for cookies, cake or any cheese related food you have to send samples of at least 3 ounces for every recipe to the administrator.
4) Bad recipes or not sending samples will result in a permanent bake... err...ban.
5) None of this is to be taken seriously. Except for the samples. Obviously.

Remember... there's a reason why there are no mods in this section.

There are no mods here, right?

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Jeeze Rob , It's yer section..........you mod it. :lol:

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YOU made it!!

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How could you possibly moderate food anyway?

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Moderate food? I don't know hey, I've heard that english food is downright mediocre!

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ch-ch-ch-CHECK YA LATER DEWWDD!!! :tongue3: \:D/

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OK so now this section has a mod team, too. :D

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Moderate food? I don't know hey, I've heard that English food is downright mediocre!
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people have a misconception that English food is bland ,i would say far from it , if English food is well cooked it can be amazing . I have been a chef since 1978 and i have eaten many types of food from many countries , but i have to say French food isn't what i thought it would be , what i mean by that is that the restaurant's do not look after the customer , the waiters are rude the service is lax and the food isn't that great . I trained in Scotland and have my City and Guilds in Catering where at lot of top head chefs come from . Have you ever tasted good wholesome Scottish fare , you know the kind of food SOLD ALL OVER THE WORLD ? .

Everybody about this great big world of ours has different tastes regarding food but don't diss a place till you have actually tasted the food


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Robert Paul wrote

Moderate food? I don't know hey, I've heard that English food is downright mediocre!

people have a misconception that English food is bland ,i would say far from it , if English food is well cooked it can be amazing . I have been a chef since 1978 and i have eaten many types of food from many countries , but i have to say French food isn't what i thought it would be , what i mean by that is that the restaurant's do not look after the customer , the waiters are rude the service is lax and the food isn't that great . I trained in Scotland and have my City and Guilds in Catering where at lot of top head chefs come from . Have you ever tasted good wholesome Scottish fare , you know the kind of food SOLD ALL OVER THE WORLD ? .

Everybody about this great big world of ours has different tastes regarding food but don't diss a place till you have actually tasted the food :twisted:


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6) No stustustustuttering.

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Scottish food? you mean like . . .





































McDonalds?

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how can you say McDonald is food it is processed crap (that came from .......... not Scotland) :lol:


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 18, 2007 4:19 am 
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HAGGIS? Image OK not English, but close enough :pukeright: :pukeleft:

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 18, 2007 12:12 pm 
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thats not a haggis , Haggis is served with neeps and bashed tatties not salad [-X


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 18, 2007 3:12 pm 
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I'm assuming bashed tatties are mashed potatoes, but what are neeps?

I'll never forget the first time I saw an old recipe for haggis. Step one had you taking a stiff-bristled brush to a sheep's stomach. Not sure I got to step two. :lol:

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le chef du nicestock wrote:
thats not a haggis


I typed haggis into google image search and that was the nastiest looking one. How about this one:Image

somebody killed this haggis with a knife!! Image

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 19, 2007 5:50 am 
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Haggis makes Painter want to die a little...

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Now that's something you're just not gonna see at an Outback. [-o<


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then , some out there might not think crawdads and froglegs are fit to eat either. One of my favorite appetizers at the high dollar steak house in town is sheep fries . MMMM.MMMMMMMM tastes like old fried shrimp. :lol:

Or oyster nachos...........steaming aluminum plate covered in hot rock salt with oysters on the half shell on top covered with pico de guyo , queso and the obigatory jalapeno pepper slices. Get the full dozen and make it a meal.

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