Best food ever invented by man???

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For me its Ice cream- find the right flavor with a dash of chocolate, nuts and vanilla and I am in heaven.
  • Profile picture of the author Alex Blades
    I'd have to say bread, it goes with almost everything
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    Bacon.

    Simple to grow - apparently the stuff grows wild!

    ON PIGS!!!!

    How cool is that!!!!!
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      Originally Posted by whateverpedia View Post

      Bacon.

      Simple to grow - apparently the stuff grows wild!

      ON PIGS!!!!

      How cool is that!!!!!
      Was about to say this! You beat me!

      But still, BACON! lol!
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  • Profile picture of the author Dan Riffle
    The answer is quite obviously pizza.
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    • Profile picture of the author Joe Stewart
      Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

      The answer is quite obviously pizza.
      This!

      I LOVE bacon, but it comes from a pig, so it wasn't necessarily created by man, right? Of course, man came up with the curing process, yada, yada. Another one of those chicken or the egg questions. :-)

      Also, I'd put enchiladas, tacos and burritos high on the list, as well as a bowl of REAL Texas chili, all meat, no beans and hotter than Hades!

      Through in some donuts and I'm happy. lol

      Did I miss something?

      Oh yeah, Steak! Ribeye all the way.
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      Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

      The answer is quite obviously pizza.
      Bacon Pizza with extra cheese.
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      • Profile picture of the author Dennis Gaskill
        Originally Posted by ThomM View Post

        Bacon Pizza with extra cheese.
        And a malt to chase it down.
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    • Profile picture of the author IndigoOcean
      Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

      The answer is quite obviously pizza.
      Yep....

      (have to reach 10 characters, so I'll add that I like it best when I make it myself)
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    Cheese....
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    bread........
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    Chocolate covered strawberries.
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    • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
      Chicken wings with Sriracha Chinese hot sauce.

      I'm not kidding about the hot sauce.

      Several years ago, I was visiting a friend in Pennsylvania, and a bar had wings...and this hot sauce. I took a bite (I'm salivating just typing this)...and I instantly became drenched in sweat.

      I said "This is the best thing in the world. If I pass out, pour this down my throat. It's how I want to die".

      Honest, Guys...you need to try the hot sauce.
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      • Profile picture of the author MissTerraK
        It is most certainly, Dove's creamy, silky, sweet, melt in your mouth milk chocolate! Yummmm!




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        • Profile picture of the author Karen Blundell
          Originally Posted by MissTerraK View Post

          It is most certainly, Dove's creamy, silky, sweet, melt in your mouth milk chocolate! Yummmm!




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          mmmmm chocolate!

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        • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
          Originally Posted by MissTerraK View Post

          It is most certainly, Dove's creamy, silky, sweet, melt in your mouth milk chocolate! Yummmm!

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          • Profile picture of the author MissTerraK
            Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

            Are you coming on to me? If you are, take a number.





            Thanks Shane, for creating these.

            At the risk of repeating myself...

            You keep dreamin', baby!

            On second thought...

            Except if you are made of Dove's creamy, silky, sweet, melt in your mouth milk chocolate, in that case, I'll take number one, please.


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            • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
              Originally Posted by MissTerraK View Post

              At the risk of repeating myself...

              You keep dreamin', baby!

              On second thought...

              Except if you are made of Dove's creamy, silky, sweet, melt in your mouth milk chocolate, in that case, I'll take number one, please.


              Terra
              Terra; You have my sacred solemn word, that I am made out of Dove's creamy, silky, sweet, melt in your mouth milk chocolate.

              Sorry, I'm just used to telling outrageous lies, to get girls.
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              • Profile picture of the author MissTerraK
                Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

                Terra; You have my sacred solemn word, that I am made out of Dove's creamy, silky, sweet, melt in your mouth milk chocolate.

                Sorry, I'm just used to telling outrageous lies, to get girls.
                Ha! I knew that.


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                Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

                Terra; You have my sacred solemn word, that I am made out of Dove's creamy, silky, sweet, melt in your mouth milk chocolate.

                Sorry, I'm just used to telling outrageous lies, to get girls.
                Terra, what he is saying is actually true, except that he's covered with a generously thick layer of Pinky White Marshmallow!

                Anyway, Smore about that later.
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            Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

            Are you coming on to me? If you are, take a number.
            I always associate you with #2, especially when used with "take a"...

            For example, "I need to take a claude". See how "claude" and number 2 are interchangable?

            Other examples:

            Does a bear claude in the woods?

            No claude Sherlock!

            I'm up Claude Creek without a paddle.
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            • Profile picture of the author msdobe
              White pizza.... can taste it already!!!
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              • Profile picture of the author Dan Riffle
                Originally Posted by msdobe View Post

                White pizza.... can taste it already!!!
                Jenny
                Jenny, we don't approve of racist foods around here.
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                • Profile picture of the author Richard Van
                  Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

                  Jenny, we don't approve of racist foods around here.
                  Yes I noticed that too. Good grief. White pizza, what is the world coming to. I was beaten earlier today for saying I wanted black olives on my pizza so I don't see why Jenny should get away with this incredible breach of race relations.

                  Jenny, go and sit in the naughty corner. Now.
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                  • Profile picture of the author msdobe
                    Originally Posted by msdobe View Post

                    White pizza.... can taste it already!!!
                    Jenny
                    Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

                    Jenny, we don't approve of racist foods around here.
                    Originally Posted by Richard Van View Post

                    Yes I noticed that too. Good grief. White pizza, what is the world coming to. I was beaten earlier today for saying I wanted black olives on my pizza so I don't see why Jenny should get away with this incredible breach of race relations.

                    Jenny, go and sit in the naughty corner. Now.
                    How thoughtless of me! What about a white pizza with red tomatoes, black olives and yellow peppers?
                    Think I've covered everyone equally!!
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                      If a stranger came to this forum, they'd never guess that we actually like each other.
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                        Originally Posted by Steven Wagenheim View Post

                        If a stranger came to this forum, they'd never guess that we actually like each other.
                        We do???
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                      • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
                        Originally Posted by Steven Wagenheim View Post

                        If a stranger came to this forum, they'd never guess that we actually like each other.
                        True. But it's even stranger than that. We like the mental image we have of the other person. We like the posts of the other person.
                        For all we know, the other guy could be a complete Kurt.



                        (Kurt: OK, I admit, not as nuanced as your "claude=poo" premise. But I'm still young and inexperienced in the way of the insult)
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                          Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

                          True. But it's even stranger than that. We like the mental image we have of the other person. We like the posts of the other person.
                          For all we know, the other guy could be a complete Kurt.



                          (Kurt: OK, I admit, not as nuanced as your "claude=poo" premise. But I'm still young and inexperienced in the way of the insult)
                          It's OK. Claude happens.
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                          Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

                          True. But it's even stranger than that. We like the mental image we have of the other person. We like the posts of the other person.
                          For all we know, the other guy could be a complete Kurt.)
                          or even a Claude!
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            • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
              Originally Posted by Kurt View Post

              I always associate you with #2, especially when used with "take a"...

              For example, "I need to take a claude". See how "claude" and number 2 are interchangable?

              Other examples:

              Does a bear claude in the woods?

              No claude Sherlock!

              I'm up Claude Creek without a paddle.

              That's not funny! Why is everyone laughing?

              Shut up!





              Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

              Ok, then, man was a great vessel of formation for

              chocolate milk shakes
              pancakes
              raspberry pie
              sugar cookies
              earl grey tea
              coolwhip
              OK, Both hands on the table!


              Food Porn.

              Originally Posted by Steven Wagenheim View Post

              My wife...Yum. LOL
              Now, that's just disturbing. Not just "Shane" disturbing...but maybe almost "Riffle Disturbing".

              I would never eat my wife. It's a safe statement to make, because she's faster than me. In fact she likes to say "If you can catch me, you can eat me".


              I hope she never reads this. I don't look all that great with a black eye.
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              • Profile picture of the author Dan Riffle
                Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

                Chicken wings with Sriracha Chinese hot sauce.
                Claude, if you're going to laud a hot sauce, at least know where it's from. Sriracha is a Thai hot sauce. Come on, man, you're better than this.



                Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

                I would never eat my wife. It's a safe statement to make, because she's faster than me. In fact she likes to say "If you can catch me, you can eat me".
                I am biting my tongue solely out of respect for your wife, most certainly not for you.
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                • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
                  Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

                  Claude, if you're going to laud a hot sauce, at least know where it's from. Sriracha is a Thai hot sauce. Come on, man, you're better than this.
                  I am biting my tongue solely out of respect for your wife, most certainly not for you.
                  Sriracha was originally a Chinese hot sauce. During the Boxer Rebellion of 1900, the Thai's killed the "Holder of Secret Chinese Sauces"...made it look like a suicide, and stole the recipe.

                  These are secrets that were passed down in my Kung Fu studies. Luddites like you would never understand the depth of my knowledge of such things.

                  And what I said is absolutely true. It isn't something I made up on the spur of the moment, because I thought it was funny.

                  ummm.....OK, it is.

                  And what do you mean you don't respect me. I remember the last time you visited me. As we were getting dressed, you said "I just want you to know Claude, I still respect you".

                  And, as you left, you saw my case of Sriracha hot sauce. You mentioned that it was Thai...and I just laughed inside, and thought "Poor Riffle, he doesn't know the secret history of Sriracha sauce."

                  I didn't want to embarrass you about it, because I respect that you are a Family Man. But the "Sriracha" conflict has officially begun!



                  By the way (I'm serious), do you tell your wife about the best terrible things we say to each other? I do. That way, I get to laugh twice. She usually just rolls her eyes.
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                  • Profile picture of the author Kurt
                    Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

                    Sriracha was originally a Chinese hot sauce. During the Boxer Rebellion of 1900, the Thai's killed the "Holder of Secret Chinese Sauces"...made it look like a suicide, and stole the recipe.

                    These are secrets that were passed down in my Kung Fu studies. Luddites like you would never understand the depth of my knowledge of such things.

                    And what I said is absolutely true. It isn't something I made up on the spur of the moment, because I thought it was funny.

                    ummm.....OK, it is.

                    And what do you mean you don't respect me. I remember the last time you visited me. As we were getting dressed, you said "I just want you to know Claude, I still respect you".

                    And, as you left, you saw my case of Sriracha hot sauce. You mentioned that it was Thai...and I just laughed inside, and thought "Poor Riffle, he doesn't know the secret history of Sriracha sauce."

                    I didn't want to embarrass you about it, because I respect that you are a Family Man. But the "Sriracha" conflict has officially begun!



                    By the way (I'm serious), do you tell your wife about the best terrible things we say to each other? I do. That way, I get to laugh twice. She usually just rolls her eyes.
                    I think you're bullclauding us...
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                  • Profile picture of the author Dan Riffle
                    Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

                    By the way (I'm serious), do you tell your wife about the best terrible things we say to each other?
                    I read her your funny jabs, so, to answer your question, no.
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    Can we consider beer a food? Beer for me!
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    I don't think food can really be invented by man. Food is what grows in the garden, field, forest. You just pick it and eat it. If someone takes food and screws around with it to create somewhat edible substances, then that can't exactly be called food. It can be edible, it might even taste good, but it's not food. What people can invent however are different names for the garbage that they chose to eat.

    I only eat it if I can tell what it is. Carrot is a carrot and tomato is a tomato. Sausage, ice cream, donuts - I wouldn't even touch 'em unless you put a condom on them. Sure you can read the list of ingredients, but can you really tell what shit they are actually made of?
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      Originally Posted by HN View Post

      I only eat it if I can tell what it is. Carrot is a carrot and tomato is a tomato. Sausage, ice cream, donuts - I wouldn't even touch 'em unless you put a condom on them.
      Food fetish?
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      Originally Posted by HN View Post

      I don't think food can really be invented by man. Food is what grows in the garden, field, forest. You just pick it and eat it. If someone takes food and screws around with it to create somewhat edible substances, then that can't exactly be called food. It can be edible, it might even taste good, but it's not food. What people can invent however are different names for the garbage that they chose to eat.

      I only eat it if I can tell what it is. Carrot is a carrot and tomato is a tomato. Sausage, ice cream, donuts - I wouldn't even touch 'em unless you put a condom on them. Sure you can read the list of ingredients, but can you really tell what shit they are actually made of?
      Putting food in a condom will not make it SAFE, with the exception of the carrot, cos you wont get any baby carrots.
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    • Profile picture of the author Daniel Evans
      Best food ever invented by man???
      Man didn't invent anything.

      Anything and everything that can exist in the eternal universe already exists and thus, man is merely a vessel for formation rather than creation.

      Originally Posted by HN View Post

      Food is what grows in the garden, field, forest.
      If it's a potato or a nut, it's a foodage.
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        Ok, then, man was a great vessel of formation for

        chocolate milk shakes
        pancakes
        raspberry pie
        sugar cookies
        earl grey tea
        coolwhip
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        • Profile picture of the author Richard Van
          Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

          earl grey tea
          You'd think coming from a nation that stops every five minutes to make a brew I'd be a fan of Earl grey. Sadly when it comes to tea I'm a complete peasant. The mere smell of Earl Grey makes me feel sick. Even that milder Lady Grey unsettles me.

          I think I may have been drowned in it in a previous life.
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      Originally Posted by HN View Post

      I don't think food can really be invented by man. Food is what grows in the garden, field, forest. You just pick it and eat it. If someone takes food and screws around with it to create somewhat edible substances, then that can't exactly be called food. It can be edible, it might even taste good, but it's not food. What people can invent however are different names for the garbage that they chose to eat.

      I only eat it if I can tell what it is. Carrot is a carrot and tomato is a tomato. Sausage, ice cream, donuts - I wouldn't even touch 'em unless you put a condom on them. Sure you can read the list of ingredients, but can you really tell what shit they are actually made of?
      All three of those you can make yourself at home, so yes you can really tell what's in them.
      I like to grow heirloom's in my garden and I can tell you that I have grown many vegetables that you would not recognize.
      Would you recognize a Blue Berries tomato? Blue Berries Tomato Seeds | Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Co
      How about a Pusa Asita Black Carrot? Pusa Asita Black Carrot | Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Co
      Then there is Parsey Demi Long Root. Parsley Demi Long Root | Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Co

      You're missing out on a lot of good eating if you only eat what you can identify.
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      • Profile picture of the author Richard Van
        Originally Posted by HN View Post

        Really? You would know exactly what your pigs and cows eat? Would you be feeding them organic feed that you grow yourself?

        I agree that you might tell exactly how many pus cells your cow's milk contains and what poisons might the liver of your pigs contain. Bon appetit!

        Do you realize that you need to feed your animals 16 pounds of feed to grow 1 pound of meat. So if you feed your animals anything that contains nitrates, pesticides, herbicides you'll get a concentrated dose of poison with your meat. Make sure you eat the liver. Yummy!
        Of course I'd know what they ate, if I was the farmer I'd be feeding them and, in this case, which is hypothetical, I'd be a totally organic and natural farmer with only the best money can buy, so my original point stands. You said you'd only eat sausage or ice cream with a condom, which is silly isn't it, not to mention rather odd. I'm saying, if I wanted and I had the money, time and I had the animals, I'd be very happy to eat my own sausages and ice cream from the fresh milk of my cows.

        Now you diverted away from my hypothetical answer and you're right, I don't know what's in the sausages and ice cream I buy or what they were fed but if I was doing it, I could.

        So there.

        And for a man of such intellect with 55 languages under his belt, the ability to bend space, time and the universe you really ought to meditate once in a while so you don't get so uptight.
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          Originally Posted by Richard Van View Post

          You said you'd only eat sausage or ice cream with a condom, which is silly isn't it, not to mention rather odd.
          Whaaat?

          I meant I wouldn't even touch it with my bare hands, let alone eat it with or without a condom. If you put a condom on, I might touch it, take a look and throw it into the garbage where it belongs.
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          • Profile picture of the author Richard Van
            Originally Posted by HN View Post

            Whaaat?

            I said I wouldn't even touch it with my bare hands, let alone eat it with or without a condom. If you put a condom on, I might touch it, take a look and throw it into the garbage where it belongs.
            I see where the problem lies here. That was me being sarcastic, or a bit piss takery. You weren't meant to take that bit seriously.

            Only a complete dickhead would eat anything with a condom on it. And I mean actual consumption and digestion for the more sexually active minded people here.
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              Originally Posted by Richard Van View Post

              Only a complete dickhead would eat anything with a condom on it.
              Have you tried it? Oh man, at least have a decency not to share your experiences with everybody.
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              • Profile picture of the author Richard Van
                Originally Posted by HN View Post

                Have you tried it? Oh man, at least have a decency not to share your experiences with everybody.
                Of course I haven't but as you brought it up, rest assured, I'm sure you have.

                Anyone that relates condoms to sausages, as you did, is clearly the one with it on his mind.

                Each to their own though HN, I won't judge you. What you do in your own basement are your own private shenanigans.

                Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

                Oh, Sure...like you're sexually active. Sex with vegetables doesn't count. That's why sex with Riffle isn't gay.....or fun.
                What's wrong with aubergines?
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                  Originally Posted by Richard Van View Post

                  Of course I haven't but as you brought it up, rest assured, I'm sure you have.

                  Anyone that relates condoms to sausages, as you did, is clearly the one with it on his mind.

                  Each to their own though HN, I won't judge you. What you do in your own basement are your own private shenanigans.
                  A man without it on his mind knows when to stop. You clearly don't.
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                  • Profile picture of the author Richard Van
                    Originally Posted by HN View Post

                    A man without it on his mind knows when to stop. You clearly don't.
                    So you've got it on your mind and want to stop? You brought up sausages and condoms. And you get way to serious in a jovial chat.

                    Ok, sorry, I didn't mean to offend you. I'm not a homophone (that's a JOKE! The bit about homoPHONES, there was a thread on it earlier)

                    Like I said, you're clearly a clever chap, try and relax a bit. I'll happily share banter like this til the cows come home - No pun intended under the circumstances of our enlightening discussion.

                    Enjoy your weekend HN and well done on getting your new office.
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                • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
                  Originally Posted by Richard Van View Post

                  Of course I haven't but as you brought it up, rest assured, I'm sure you have.

                  Anyone that relates condoms to sausages, as you did, is clearly the one with it on his mind.

                  Each to their own though HN, I won't judge you. What you do in your own basement are your own private shenanigans.



                  What's wrong with aubergines?
                  Stop saying big words that I have to look up.

                  Let's keep it civilized, shall we?

                  Now, about those condomed sausages. .....


                  Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

                  I read her your funny jabs, so, to answer your question, no.
                  That actually took me a minute to get. Why are you so mean to me? I thought we were cuddle buddies. I bought the matching "pink bunny pajamas" and everything.
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                  • Profile picture of the author Richard Van
                    Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

                    Stop saying big words that I have to look up.

                    Let's keep it civilized, shall we?

                    Now, about those condomed sausages. .....
                    Don't ask me. HN is the one who said he'd only touch one with his hand if he had a jonny on it.

                    Anyway, it's Friday, I'm on the beers now. Night all.

                    Edit. I'm not sure aubergines are called that across the pond. My error. I think it's an egg plant. No idea why they call it that though. Doesn't look much like an egg to me.
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                    Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

                    Stop saying big words that I have to look up.

                    Let's keep it civilized, shall we?

                    Now, about those condomed sausages. .....




                    That actually took me a minute to get. Why are you so mean to me? I thought we were cuddle buddies. I bought the matching "pink bunny pajamas" and everything.
                    It's obvious you don't know claude from shinola.
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                    • Profile picture of the author ThomM
                      I don't know why I put Coolwhip last - it's one of the greatest inventions of all time.
                      I look at cool whip the same way I look at veggie burgers (insert eye joke here).
                      I don't say a veggie burger is like a hamburger or that cool whip is like real whipped cream.
                      But I like veggie burgers and cool whip for what they are.
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                  Originally Posted by Richard Van View Post




                  What's wrong with aubergines?
                  Nothing, I love them myself
                  By the way did you know it is related to the tomato and potato and is actually a berry?
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                  • Profile picture of the author Richard Van
                    Originally Posted by ThomM View Post

                    Nothing, I love them myself
                    By the way did you know it is related to the tomato and potato and is actually a berry?
                    Nope. I didn't and I salute you for teaching me something.

                    Seriously, I wouldn't have guessed that in a million years.

                    Many thanks Thom, that is very interesting. I was reading your earlier post about plants. You know your stuff chap.
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                    • Profile picture of the author ThomM
                      Originally Posted by Richard Van View Post

                      Nope. I didn't and I salute you for teaching me something.

                      Seriously, I wouldn't have guessed that in a million years.

                      Many thanks Thom, that is very interesting. I was reading your earlier post about plants. You know your stuff chap.
                      Don't get me going Richard, I have a plethora of useless information on plants
                      For example strawberries aren't berries and cabbage, broccoli, and cauliflower all originated from the same plant (colewort) and share the same botanical name Brassica oleracea. By they way they are also all in the mustard family (except strawberries of course).
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            • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
              Originally Posted by Richard Van View Post

              I see where the problem lies here. That was me being sarcastic, or a bit piss takery. You weren't meant to take that bit seriously.

              Only a complete dickhead would eat anything with a condom on it. And I mean actual consumption and digestion for the more sexually active minded people here.
              Oh, Sure...like you're sexually active. Sex with vegetables doesn't count. That's why sex with Riffle isn't gay.....or fun.
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              Originally Posted by Richard Van View Post

              I see where the problem lies here. That was me being sarcastic, or a bit piss takery. You weren't meant to take that bit seriously.

              Only a complete dickhead would eat anything with a condom on it. And I mean actual consumption and digestion for the more sexually active minded people here.
              No, a complete Dick Head goes inside the condom. That's where they go! Glad we got that cleared up.
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        Originally Posted by ThomM View Post

        Would you recognize a Blue Berries tomato? Blue Berries Tomato Seeds | Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Co
        How about a Pusa Asita Black Carrot? Pusa Asita Black Carrot | Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Co
        Then there is Parsey Demi Long Root. Parsley Demi Long Root | Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Co

        You're missing out on a lot of good eating if you only eat what you can identify.
        No, you are missing the point. It's not whether I know what fancy name a plant has or not. A root is a root, it's grown naturally and wasn't made of whatever shit corporations use to make "food". If it grows naturally, I eat it no matter how it's called, unless it's an inedible plant.
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        • Profile picture of the author ThomM
          Originally Posted by HN View Post

          No, you are missing the point. It's not whether I know what fancy name a plant has or not. A root is a root, it's grown naturally and wasn't made of whatever shit corporations use to make "food". If it grows naturally, I eat it no matter how it's called, unless it's an inedible plant.
          You're right it's not about a name. Here's what you said
          I only eat it if I can tell what it is. Carrot is a carrot and tomato is a tomato.
          The examples I gave where not about their names but about vegetables that you wouldn't be able to tell what they are by their appearance.
          A carrot is a carrot and a tomato is a tomato. In it's simplicity that is a true statement, but not all carrots or tomatoes can be recognized as such or do all carrots and tomatoes taste the same. That also applies to most vegetables.

          A root is a root, it's grown naturally and wasn't made of whatever shit corporations use to make "food". If it grows naturally, I eat it no matter how it's called, unless it's an inedible plant.
          Again not quite right. I put in a link to a type of parsley that you eat the root. Try to eat the root of flat leafed parsley.
          Saying a root is a root is like saying fire is fire. It may be true, but there is a big difference between the fire of a match and a forest fire.
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          • Profile picture of the author HN
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            The examples I gave where not about their names but about vegetables that you wouldn't be able to tell what they are by their appearance.
            Believe me, I would most likely be able to tell, at least, whether it's a naturally grown plant or some man made substance, an imitation of food.
            I wouldn't probably know if it's safe to eat or if it's genetically modified.

            I've got The Visual Food Lover's Guide 600 page pocket edition by qa-international.
            I would recognize all the food listed in that book, but I know there are thousands of other exotic vegetables. I don't really need to eat them all.
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            • Profile picture of the author ThomM
              Originally Posted by HN View Post

              Believe me, I would most likely be able to tell, at least, whether it's a naturally grown plant or some man made substance, an imitation of food.
              I wouldn't probably know if it's safe to eat or if it's genetically modified.


              I've got The Visual Food Lover's Guide 600 page pocket edition by qa-international.
              I would recognize all the food listed in that book, but I know there are thousands of other exotic vegetables. I don't really need to eat them all.
              Of course you could tell if it was natural or man made except for gmo like you said. I almost always have some type of "exotic" veggies in my garden and try to plant heirlooms when possible and always organic. Sometimes when growing something new I'll scratch me head wondering if it really is safe to eat, lol. I also like to forage and eat wild plants, or weeds as most are commonly called. To an untrained eye you would think I was half blind after I weed my garden and really start to wonder when you see the weeds I left turn up in a salad.
              After years of being an anti gmo advocate I've become leery of the term natural. It seems the word has taken on a different meaning when it comes to what we eat.
              Here's a quick example of what I mean http://wallstcheatsheet.com/stocks/a...tml/?a=viewall
              Buying and eating the right foods should not be as difficult as it now is.

              I have never heard of that book, so I checked it out. It appears to be an excellent guide and one worth owning.
              What we eat is incredibly important and I have a feeling you understand that, most people don't.
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              Originally Posted by HN View Post

              Believe me, I would most likely be able to tell, at least, whether it's a naturally grown plant or some man made substance, an imitation of food.
              .
              Tell us the secret of this ability. Could it be that man made foods come in cans and bags..with a list of ingredients? And naturally grown foods do not grow in bags or cans?


              Sorry, you didn't really deserve that one. but it just struck me as funny.
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              • Profile picture of the author ThomM
                Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

                Tell us the secret of this ability. Could it be that man made foods come in cans and bags..with a list of ingredients? And naturally grown foods do not grow in bags or cans?


                Sorry, you didn't really deserve that one. but it just struck me as funny.
                I wish it was that simple. But then you have things like gmo's that are man made and can be grown naturally, well close enough to be labeled as natural. Like I mentioned a couple of posts up, natural isn't always what you think it is.
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    Cheesecake -- but only when it's made from stuff invented by nature.
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    • Profile picture of the author Richard Van
      Originally Posted by Joe Stewart View Post

      I LOVE bacon, but it comes from a pig, so it wasn't necessarily created by man, right?
      But, but...but..

      Originally Posted by Joe Stewart View Post

      Oh yeah, Steak! Ribeye all the way.
      Originally Posted by HN View Post

      I only eat it if I can tell what it is. Carrot is a carrot and tomato is a tomato. Sausage, ice cream, donuts - I wouldn't even touch 'em unless you put a condom on them. Sure you can read the list of ingredients, but can you really tell what shit they are actually made of?
      You can if you make it yourself. If I was a farmer and had pigs and cows I could tell you exactly what is in my home made ice cream and my sausages but I can assure you if you pop over for dinner there certainly won't be any excrement in it at all. Not on my plate anyway.

      I'll put a condom on yours so you feel safe though.

      I don't think food can really be invented by man. Food is what grows in the garden, field, forest. You just pick it and eat it.
      In Scotland they hunt wild Venison, they'll be mighty pissed off if they found out they could have picked a few in the back garden.
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        Originally Posted by Richard Van View Post

        You can if you make it yourself. If I was a farmer and had pigs and cows I could tell you exactly what is in my home made ice cream and my sausages
        Really? You would know exactly what your pigs and cows eat? Would you be feeding them organic feed that you grow yourself?

        I agree that you might tell exactly how many pus cells your cow's milk contains and what poisons might the liver of your pigs contain. Bon appetit!

        Do you realize that you need to feed your animals 16 pounds of feed to grow 1 pound of meat. So if you feed your animals anything that contains nitrates, pesticides, herbicides you'll get a concentrated dose of poison with your meat. Make sure you eat the liver. Yummy!
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          Originally Posted by HN View Post

          Really? You would know exactly what your pigs and cows eat? Would you be feeding them organic feed that you grow yourself?

          I agree that you might tell exactly how many pus cells your cow's milk contains and what poisons might the liver of your pigs contain. Bon appetit!

          Do you realize that you need to feed your animals 16 pounds of feed to grow 1 pound of meat. So if you feed your animals anything that contains nitrates, pesticides, herbicides you'll get a concentrated dose of poison with your meat. Make sure you eat the liver. Yummy!
          You take things waaaay to seriously down here in the OT.

          Have a few drinks and relax.
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            Originally Posted by waterotter View Post

            You take things waaaay to seriously down here in the OT.

            Have a few drinks and relax.
            yay! Jody took the words out of my mouth - this place is the last place you want to be serious - there's enough of the serious stuff elsewhere, thank you very much

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            Richard -

            Have to admit the only Earl Grey tea I'm partial to is Bigelow brand...and I'm especially partial to it with a healthy splash of amaretto...

            I don't know why I put Coolwhip last - it's one of the greatest inventions of all time.
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            Originally Posted by waterotter View Post

            You take things waaaay to seriously down here in the OT.

            Have a few drinks and relax.
            I'm sure you meant to say he should relax with a few organic, free range drinks.



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      • Profile picture of the author Joe Stewart
        Originally Posted by Richard Van View Post

        But, but...but..

        Most bacon goes through a curing process.



        Most good beef is aged for 2-3 weeks (apx), but it doesn't go through the same kind of preparation that bacon does, unless you're doing corned beef, which, by the way, is also awesome! However, like all other animals that aren't raised naturally, beef has preservatives added to it. Still, steak doesn't go through a man made preparation like bacon, at least not that I'm aware of.
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    the best food ever invented is....Pizza!
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        Originally Posted by Steven Wagenheim View Post

        My wife...Yum. LOL
        I was waiting for someone to mention cannibalism.

        Not really my cup of tea Steven.
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    For me, it's Baskin Robbins Butterscotch Ribbon ... I just love it! My another favorite is whisky......single malt of course. Even you can call me a 'Scotch Whisky Researcher'.
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      Originally Posted by qowb View Post

      For me, it's Baskin Robbins Butterscotch Ribbon ... I just love it! My another favorite is whisky......single malt of course. Even you can call me a 'Scotch Whisky Researcher'.
      Be sure to drink in moderation, you don't want to get too claude-faced.
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        Originally Posted by Kurt View Post

        Be sure to drink in moderation, you don't want to get too claude-faced.
        I drink in extreme moderation friend. ... and I have some strange genes that don't allow my fat cells to accumulate, even without any rigorous fitness training.
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    Originally Posted by WalkingCarpet View Post

    For me its Ice cream- find the right flavor with a dash of chocolate, nuts and vanilla and I am in heaven.
    WalkingCarpet,

    I would say Beau Jo's "Mountain Pie" (Pizza)....

    Of course, it has to be "enjoyed" properly.....

    Eat the pizza...

    Save the crust...

    For dessert, eat the crust smothered in honey ...

    All The Best,

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      Originally Posted by RichBeck View Post

      WalkingCarpet,

      I would say Beau Jo's "Mountain Pie" (Pizza)....

      Of course, it has to be "enjoyed" properly.....

      Eat the pizza...

      Save the crust...

      For dessert, eat the crust smothered in honey ...

      All The Best,

      Rich Beck BCIP, MCSD, MCIS
      I never thought of doing that. Next time I have pizza I'll give it a try. Makes sense that it would be good.
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    Okay, we have a lot of votes for pizza. It's definitely in my top five, but I have to go with mexican food, real Texas chili (like the original Carroll Shelby's), bacon and ribeye steak smothered in mushrooms, onions, garlic and peppers ahead of it.

    That being said, who prefers thin crust over pan pizza? I like both, but tend to prefer thin crust, though I like it crispy, not chewy.

    I have a Chicago style pizza place close by that has both thin and pan crust. I can get 1/4 of an 18 inch thin crust pizza with one topping and a drink for $4.99. Extra toppings are only a quarter each. This place ROCKS! I was just there last night. Some of the best pizza I've ever eaten.
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    • Profile picture of the author ThomM
      Originally Posted by Joe Stewart View Post

      Okay, we have a lot of votes for pizza. It's definitely in my top five, but I have to go with mexican food, real Texas chili (like the original Carroll Shelby's), bacon and ribeye steak smothered in mushrooms, onions, garlic and peppers ahead of it.

      That being said, who prefers thin crust over pan pizza? I like both, but tend to prefer thin crust, though I like it crispy, not chewy.

      I have a Chicago style pizza place close by that has both thin and pan crust. I can get 1/4 of an 18 inch thin crust pizza with one topping and a drink for $4.99. Extra toppings are only a quarter each. This place ROCKS! I was just there last night. Some of the best pizza I've ever eaten.
      I wouldn't argue with any of those choices
      When it comes to pizza I prefer a thin crust, but I won't turn down a deep dish. The pizza I grew up on was made by an Italian lady who made a crust that was just a little thicker then traditional thin crusts.She made her own dough and sauce and I have yet to eat a pizza as good as hers.
      But she is long gone now so instead of complaining about not having her pizza anymore, I just enjoy the pizza I can get.
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    One of my all-time favourites is Deep Fried Ice Cream. Delicious!!!
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      Originally Posted by RichBeck View Post

      WalkingCarpet,

      I would say Beau Jo's "Mountain Pie" (Pizza)....

      Of course, it has to be "enjoyed" properly.....

      Eat the pizza...

      Save the crust...

      For dessert, eat the crust smothered in honey ...

      All The Best,

      Rich Beck BCIP, MCSD, MCIS
      Originally Posted by ThomM View Post

      I never thought of doing that. Next time I have pizza I'll give it a try. Makes sense that it would be good.
      Honey on the crust is a Beau Jo's tradition. It's served with every pizza. Highly recommended on thick crusts.
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