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Old 12-24-2015, 02:29 PM   #21 (permalink)
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I try to just eat ice nowadays lol.
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Old 12-24-2015, 07:28 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Yes, German....Basjoo Kuchen from my mother Helga.

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I will toss in a little Bordelon and A'ea'E for color as well as peppers and onions and Tanqueray as well.....stay tuned....
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I will toss in a little Bordelon and A'ea'E for color as well as peppers and onions and Tanqueray as well.....stay tuned....
Peppers and onions are tossables in any cooking experiment but not the rest IMO--at least not the Tanqueray. I'm fairly certain that green bottled wonder was part of my first Singapore sling experience many years ago. Being a 17 year old freshman in a southern BYOB state has its advantages when others BYB (buy your bottle).
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Peppers and onions are tossables in any cooking experiment but not the rest IMO--at least not the Tanqueray. I'm fairly certain that green bottled wonder was part of my first Singapore sling experience many years ago. Being a 17 year old freshman in a southern BYOB state has its advantages when others BYB (buy your bottle).
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Looked good with all that color. I hope you cooked it up. If so, how was it?
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It needed hot sauce
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I'm not into veggies, but for those who are, it looked good!
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