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Discussion in 'Hangar Talk' started by RJM62, Nov 18, 2017.

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    For Clark? Why Clark? Who the f is Clark? Why is it for Clark? Is Clark special? F Clark.
     
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    He finds that particular food combination objectionable, allegedly for health, safety, and environmental reasons.

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    Oh, in that case, carry on.
     
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    Only food that goes on a bagel is cream cheese and smoked salmon.
     
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    Peanut butter works. When you hungry at 5-6am and nothing open at the airport, better than nothing.
     
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    Since when have you been at an airport, much less at 5 am?

    Just kidding. I'm sure you had your share of red-eye flights back in the day.
     
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    I have recently learned I don't actually like broccoli all that much. Butter makes it tolerable. Intense freshness and steamness makes it tolerable. That frozen **** in the ******ned plastic bags from the freezer section makes me ill. Plus @Clark1961 seems to have launched a campaign to discredit my rants.
     
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    MORE than my share. So more that I still get up at 5am.
     
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    Eat it raw. Use some dip if you need too.
     
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    @Clark1961 doesn’t discredit, the rants speak for themselves.

    As for @RJM62 tendency to mix dangerous substances, he does so at the world’s peril. One miscalculation and there will be an eruption of biblical proportions. He is walking a fine line.
     
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    Cruciferous and sulfur ... a ... um ... combination.
     
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    That actually looks pretty good if you leave out the stuff that begins with 'B'.
     
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    Always enjoy these food threads you start, Rich.

    Thanks for the ideas!
     
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    And nobody has even tagged him yet...

    Oh @Clark1961 ...
     
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    They look yummy Rich. Love me some eggs! Gonna try some of your recipes too.
     
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    Gotta have capers and onions and tomoatoes on that though!!!

    Damn that just made me hungry.

    By the way, Rich, you're "egg fact" #8 isn't quite accurate...it is more applicable to store bought eggs. Fresh eggs, left unwashed, can remain on a counter for a week or more and not spoil. I do it all the time, but I only get a few eggs at a time so they seldom last over 4 or 5 days. I think the flavor is better when they're left out. Could be all in my mind though.

    If I lived in the south without AC I might not do this!
     
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    Even store bought eggs can be left out as long as the shells are whole. I generally like the way room temperature eggs cook so I usually leave a couple eggs out on the counter.
     
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    Thanks. I'll run that past my lawyer.

    Today's eggs: Italian hot dog eggs.

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    Italian hot dogs? Never heard of them Rich. Sausage yes. What's in the hot dogs?
     
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    There's a hot dog place somewhere in New Jersey (maybe Route 46?) that sells Italian hot dogs, which are no different from any other hot dogs save for the toppings, which I approximated here. Whenever I add those toppings to a hot dog, I refer to it as an Italian hot dog. I have to call it something, as that works as well as anything else I can think of.

    The hot dogs I used today had cheese in them, but only because they were the ones I happened to pull out of the freezer.

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    Who knew! :dunno:
     
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    We have a couple of recipes which the instructions specifically say to use room-temperature eggs.