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    Dining on a Dollar Recipe Contest ~ Spring 2013

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    Baby Kato
    Thu Feb 28, 2013 12:08 pm
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    Annacia wrote:
    Baby Kato wrote:
    Careful Annacia, I may have to put ketchup in your coffee


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    icon_eek.gif Now that's just plain dirty!

    Truce. Lets just have a Latte together (without ketchup) icon_wink.gif



    Sold....

    Thank you , that coffee looks very yummy.....are you sure that you don't want to try a little ketchup in there.....I know how you enjoy unique flavors in coffee.... rotfl.gif
    Susie D
    Thu Feb 28, 2013 12:14 pm
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    wave.gif Hi everyone!

    Are you ready for the next phase of the contest? We'll post our reviews anytime March 1-4. Our next winner could be YOU! icon_smile.gif
    Annacia
    Thu Feb 28, 2013 12:15 pm
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    Baby Kato wrote:
    Annacia wrote:
    Baby Kato wrote:
    Careful Annacia, I may have to put ketchup in your coffee


    rotfl.gif rotfl.gif rotfl.gif



    icon_eek.gif Now that's just plain dirty!

    Truce. Lets just have a Latte together (without ketchup) icon_wink.gif



    Sold....

    Thank you , that coffee looks very yummy.....are you sure that you don't want to try a little ketchup in there.....I know how you enjoy unique flavors in coffee.... rotfl.gif


    Yeah but Peppered Cinnamon is somehow more appealing that ketchup caffe rotfl.gif

    Have a good weekend. wave.gif
    Susie D
    Thu Feb 28, 2013 12:16 pm
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    These poor people must use Heinz. icon_sad.gif



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    rosie316
    Thu Feb 28, 2013 1:00 pm
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    Susie D wrote:
    These poor people must use Heinz. icon_sad.gif



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    I don't think ANY BRAND of ketchup can help that sad looking meal-type product! LMAO icon_lol.gif
    Susie D
    Thu Feb 28, 2013 1:07 pm
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    rosie316 wrote:


    I don't think ANY BRAND of ketchup can help that sad looking meal-type product! LMAO icon_lol.gif


    "other" would make it better. icon_lol.gif
    Rita~
    Thu Feb 28, 2013 1:21 pm
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    Zurie wrote:
    Really, Rita? That's interesting. DH and I are very fond of pork trotters and/or shanks. It has the same wonderful gelatinous sauce and taste when stewed for a long time, and is extremely flavourful. So I hope it has some of the healing qualities of chicken feet!

    It was so interesting, through the years on this site, to note the different tastes of the USA compared to this country. (I always thought we sort of liked the same dishes, but that's not so).

    The USA eats far more bean dishes than we do. We tend to use meats "tip to tail", while the USA prefers certain cuts of beef, generally does not like lamb, and -- to me still a mystery, apart from the low-fat aspect -- skinned, deboned chicken breasts! icon_lol.gif
    It is important that it is grass fed, free roam, and not loaded with antibiotics and hormones.
    Zurie
    Thu Feb 28, 2013 1:23 pm
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    rosie316 wrote:
    Zurie wrote:
    For Rosie: yes, you'll be shocked ... Offal here is the scrubbed-and-cleaned head and intestines of a lamb!!

    It HAS to be scrubbed until literally white -- a huge job, and I don't know how to do it!!! It's one of those dishes you either love or hate, of course! I happen to love it -- the way my mom and her friends used to cook it!

    Keep in mind that we have a huge majority black ethnic population, and they all adore the offal of beef and lamb, as well as things such as chicken feet.

    The strange thing is, if you grew up with these dishes, you're used to it, and may even love it!

    My very grand Victorian-style granny always, always used cleaned and skinned chicken feet in her glorious soups, and sometimes in a chicken stew. I well remember eating chicken feet with both hands ... there's no other way to get at the gelatinous, flavourful (if meagre) flesh between the bones!


    Ewwww! That's exactly why I didn't Google it. I knew it was gonna be something strange. (Thanks for letting us know anyways). I guess if I visit Cape Town I won't find a Mc Donalds hamburger, right?

    -Rosie icon_lol.gif

    Now that I think about it, basically your "lamb offal" is what some may call "Haggis", right?

    And worse than that, I started thinking of our "Oscar Meyer Hotdogs"... and they are made up of offal too! Ewwww! No more hotdogs for me, I guess.


    Heh-heh-heh!!!! (cackling!)

    Unfortunately you will find McDonalds everywhere in this country!!

    No, sheep's offal is nothing like haggis. No blood involved. Just parts of the sheep that are discarded by ... well, you, Rosie! rotfl.gifrotfl.gif Okay, as I said -- you either hate it or love it!! My DH hates it and I love it! icon_rolleyes.gif icon_lol.gif
    Rita~
    Thu Feb 28, 2013 1:26 pm
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    Rita~
    Thu Feb 28, 2013 1:30 pm
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    Zurie wrote:
    rosie316 wrote:
    Zurie wrote:
    For Rosie: yes, you'll be shocked ... Offal here is the scrubbed-and-cleaned head and intestines of a lamb!!

    It HAS to be scrubbed until literally white -- a huge job, and I don't know how to do it!!! It's one of those dishes you either love or hate, of course! I happen to love it -- the way my mom and her friends used to cook it!

    Keep in mind that we have a huge majority black ethnic population, and they all adore the offal of beef and lamb, as well as things such as chicken feet.

    The strange thing is, if you grew up with these dishes, you're used to it, and may even love it!

    My very grand Victorian-style granny always, always used cleaned and skinned chicken feet in her glorious soups, and sometimes in a chicken stew. I well remember eating chicken feet with both hands ... there's no other way to get at the gelatinous, flavourful (if meagre) flesh between the bones!


    Ewwww! That's exactly why I didn't Google it. I knew it was gonna be something strange. (Thanks for letting us know anyways). I guess if I visit Cape Town I won't find a Mc Donalds hamburger, right?

    -Rosie icon_lol.gif

    Now that I think about it, basically your "lamb offal" is what some may call "Haggis", right?

    And worse than that, I started thinking of our "Oscar Meyer Hotdogs"... and they are made up of offal too! Ewwww! No more hotdogs for me, I guess.


    Heh-heh-heh!!!! (cackling!)

    Unfortunately you will find McDonalds everywhere in this country!!

    No, sheep's offal is nothing like haggis. No blood involved. Just parts of the sheep that are discarded by ... well, you, Rosie! rotfl.gifrotfl.gif Okay, as I said -- you either hate it or love it!! My DH hates it and I love it! icon_rolleyes.gif icon_lol.gif


    Rosie, You do know that some hot dog and sausage are stuffed into intestines
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hot_dog#Natural_casing_hot_dogs
    rosie316
    Thu Feb 28, 2013 1:50 pm
    Forum Host
    Zurie wrote:
    rosie316 wrote:
    Zurie wrote:
    For Rosie: yes, you'll be shocked ... Offal here is the scrubbed-and-cleaned head and intestines of a lamb!!

    It HAS to be scrubbed until literally white -- a huge job, and I don't know how to do it!!! It's one of those dishes you either love or hate, of course! I happen to love it -- the way my mom and her friends used to cook it!

    Keep in mind that we have a huge majority black ethnic population, and they all adore the offal of beef and lamb, as well as things such as chicken feet.

    The strange thing is, if you grew up with these dishes, you're used to it, and may even love it!

    My very grand Victorian-style granny always, always used cleaned and skinned chicken feet in her glorious soups, and sometimes in a chicken stew. I well remember eating chicken feet with both hands ... there's no other way to get at the gelatinous, flavourful (if meagre) flesh between the bones!


    Ewwww! That's exactly why I didn't Google it. I knew it was gonna be something strange. (Thanks for letting us know anyways). I guess if I visit Cape Town I won't find a Mc Donalds hamburger, right?

    -Rosie icon_lol.gif

    Now that I think about it, basically your "lamb offal" is what some may call "Haggis", right?

    And worse than that, I started thinking of our "Oscar Meyer Hotdogs"... and they are made up of offal too! Ewwww! No more hotdogs for me, I guess.


    Heh-heh-heh!!!! (cackling!)

    Unfortunately you will find McDonalds everywhere in this country!!

    No, sheep's offal is nothing like haggis. No blood involved. Just parts of the sheep that are discarded by ... well, you, Rosie! rotfl.gifrotfl.gif Okay, as I said -- you either hate it or love it!! My DH hates it and I love it! icon_rolleyes.gif icon_lol.gif


    LMAO. I dare you to put the recipe on how to make "Lamb Offal" on the Food.com website. Then after telling everyone how to prepare it, I double Dog dare you to post a recipe using "Lamb Offal" in it as a main ingredient! LOL icon_lol.gif

    And as far as Mc Donalds (or any fast food restaurant food chain)... I'm still thinking it won't taste anything like the US. I was lucky enough to get a free trip to London in 2003. I had a wonderful time, except I starved the entire trip. We went to the best rated steakhouse in London, and my steak was horrible (sorry folks). I was told the meat flavor was different due to the fact that the cattle are fed differently than US cattle. They use Scottish beef. I guess it's US grain fed vs their free range grass fed (or vise versa, I can't remember. Anyway, it was icky! On our last day there, I saw a "Subway" and thought to myself "They can't screw up a BMT on white bread"!... Wrong. icon_cry.gif It was horrible too. I guess if you live with those products, they are good, but for a foreigner, yuk! (I did not mean to offend any "across the pond", I'm just stating my experiences is all).
    Sorry to ramble on...
    -Rosie
    rosie316
    Thu Feb 28, 2013 1:59 pm
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    Yes indeed Rita, that's why I stated in my post "Now I'm starting to think about Oscar Meyer Hotdogs". A little lightbulb went off in my head. They are nothing more than ground up pig, chicken and beef leftovers such as snouts, tails, tongues and maybe even bone (I've bitten into one of those nasty little hard things on occasion). Okay, my summer cookouts are officially ruined! Ugh... Lamb Offal... Thanks Zurie!
    Just kidding everyone, I will still eat wienies... with "Heinz ketchup"!
    -Rosie icon_lol.gif
    rosie316
    Thu Feb 28, 2013 2:11 pm
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    Susie D wrote:
    rosie316 wrote:


    I don't think ANY BRAND of ketchup can help that sad looking meal-type product! LMAO icon_lol.gif


    "other" would make it better. icon_lol.gif


    You're too funny, Susie! LOL
    Read my reply to Rita about the wienies... "Heinz" all the way baby!
    PaulaG
    Thu Feb 28, 2013 5:51 pm
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    Good afternoon all! I have returned from Disney World and am cooking Dining on a Dollar tonight.
    Susie D
    Fri Mar 01, 2013 1:50 am
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    Yippee! Ketchup dance time is here!
    Let the Review Phase begin! icon_smile.gif

    Please post reviews March 1-4 to help determine our winners.
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