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    Posted: 13 February 2010 at 03:33

to all members:

as some of you know, i have a great interest in historical and international cooking. with that in mind, RIVET and i have launched a small forum for this purpose and i'd like to invite anyone with an interest to check it out.

you can visit the forum by clicking the link here:

http://foodsoftheworld.activeboards.net/forums.html

i think it's off to a pretty good start and would like to share it with all BSBs. any and all are invited!



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If I wasn't on a diet, I'd check it out.  Granola bars and rice are my life right now, and there's no use making myself more miserable than I have to be.  Sounds like a worthy project, however.  Good luck.
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So Mule does that mean you don't want the chicken Kiev recipe from there? Cause it's real good!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Muleskinner Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 June 2010 at 21:28

Sounds russian to me.  I swore off all things russian a long time ago.

Cabbage causes goiters, you know.   When eating out, we always go to restaurants from your hairier nationalities - Greek, Italians, mexicans, chinese, etc.  They seem to have the best food.  The amish restaurant nearby is crap.  Everything is tasteless and bland.  Homecooking restaurants means fried garbage, mostly.  Who wants a breaded, deep-fried hunk of meat covered with gravy these days?  Or, vegetables cooked to mush with some variety of pork?  People who have to shave twice a day (and that's the women) are the best cooks, as long as they don't shave in the kitchen.



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Well, heck Mule! You've finally got it. You know all food tastes better with cat hair, too. Anyway check out this post in the Forum, it talks about swarthy bakers and chest hair...really. No lie. Check it out.

http://foodsoftheworld.activeboards.net/forum_posts.asp?TID= 236&title=made-beerbqs-pita-bread



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Middle/eastern European,Russian and Greek,and SOME Spanish,( not mex.),for me,,,the 1st two are my heritage and I fell for greek when I was stationed there,,,used to get a hot sandwich, like a sub,that no matter how drunk you were,,you were sober in 15 minutes,,, it was meat cheese and some sauce and pressed in a steamer/griller...........IT WAS GREAT!!!,,,and cheap!!!30 dracmas($1),,,go out all night drinkin',,,come back to the pier with a buck,,,have breakfast(sandwich) and be ready for work!!.....and no goin'on report for bein' pissed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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