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Posted 9:41 am, 07/06/2012


Since we left Alexandria Va, on the bay, we haven't had real oysters either. We make do with the ones in the seafood section of the store.


Posted 9:35 am, 07/06/2012

Baked, stuffed manicotti or shells. The trick to making it melt in your mouth and taste amazing is to add an egg to the ricotta cheese, add shredded mozzarella cheese and oregano and use a hand mixer until its all blended together. Its really the only big deal thing that I can cook. And lining your baking dish with sauce will ensure that the shells or manicotti won't get hard or over cooked on the bottom.

wrestling Grandpa

Posted 9:16 am, 07/06/2012

White Chicken Chili is wonderful and healthy....


Posted 1:56 pm, 07/05/2012

UncleBigBad (view profile)Posted 3:01 pm, 07/04/2012
Fried Oysters
Get some large fresh oysters

cover in 2/3 flour, 1/3 corn meal mixture with salt, pepper and a pinch of old bay

throw in cast iron pan filled with 325deg oil/shortening.

fry till golden brown. Do not over or under cook.

Do not dip oysters in egg. Use only water, milk, or buttermilk. Regular milk is best
Key word here being 'fresh'. Where can one get fresh oysters this far inland? I was used to living less than a mile from the best oyster beds on the planet (Wellfleet harbor), and I've been missing truly fresh seafood for a good while now. I'm almost ready to contact my old neighbor to see if he could overnight me some of his, but I'll be ****ed if I ever learned how to open the bloody things. I can shuck quahogs, clams, scallops - but oysters always fought back.


Posted 2:52 am, 07/05/2012

looking yummy


Posted 5:11 pm, 07/04/2012

i stlii got meort.screeen is fusst


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Posted 5:10 pm, 07/04/2012

Zombie (view profile)Posted 3:16 pm, 07/04/2012
Cold Beer
Get A bag of ice, 18 pack of your favorite beer, a coleman cooler.

Open cooler, mix ingredients, drink until the world seems like a better place.

Repeat as often as possible
I tried your recipe. Unfortunately, it didn't come out right. Next time, I'll leave out the side of "beer drinking friends". I think that weakened the recipe a bit.


Posted 5:06 pm, 07/04/2012

I'll drink to that green, if you'll share ..


Posted 5:05 pm, 07/04/2012

vokda - oj


Posted 4:45 pm, 07/04/2012

I knew a kosher picker once....he played a mean guitar!


Posted 4:44 pm, 07/04/2012

a nice salad with all fixins yummy with blue cheese dressing


Posted 4:42 pm, 07/04/2012

I meant to say pickles.


Posted 4:42 pm, 07/04/2012

Baked Fish. Salt and pepper and add lots of lemon juice and on top of the fish put sliced Kosher pickers. Good. Bake in the oven


Posted 4:39 pm, 07/04/2012

Zombie....you have got the best recipe ever, was that handed down from generation to generation, was here


Posted 4:38 pm, 07/04/2012

Nanner puddin'....

sassy senior

Posted 4:01 pm, 07/04/2012

i like hamburger steak with mushroom gravy


Posted 3:35 pm, 07/04/2012

bacon/ranch potato salad and turkey burgers :)


Posted 3:33 pm, 07/04/2012

Paul Newman's Chicken


Posted 3:16 pm, 07/04/2012

Cold Beer

Get A bag of ice, 18 pack of your favorite beer, a coleman cooler.

Open cooler, mix ingredients, drink until the world seems like a better place.

Repeat as often as possible

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