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New postby Baldo on Mon Jan 17, 2005 3:43 pm

piping hot cheddar cheese soup.

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New postby UKLaxfan on Mon Jan 17, 2005 3:47 pm

If you insist on the single malt Scotch, then may I suggest you leave it until next Tuesday "Burns Night".

When you of course should have Haggis with tatties & neeps.

And recite the Address to the Haggis as the wee beastie is brought to the top table.

http://www.rabbie-burns.com/burnssupper/

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New postby DakotaDan on Mon Jan 17, 2005 3:50 pm

Baldo! [to the sound of distraught mother's voice] - you're too valuable to LaxPower. Any more of this bangers and mash or cheddar cheese soup, and it's the low fat, low carb, low protein, low fun diet for you!
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The Brits do know

New postby Baldo on Mon Jan 17, 2005 4:02 pm

their cholesterol!!!!!

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the old ticker is beating faster just thinking about this food. :lol:
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Cholestrol

New postby UKLaxfan on Mon Jan 17, 2005 5:32 pm

cholestrol?

isn't that the new Imported Lager?
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Bangers and Mash

New postby ? on Mon Jan 17, 2005 6:55 pm

Being a connoisseur of English and Scottish Pub Food I must say a good call indeed on the Bangers and Mash, but Baldo how bought in place of the single malt you substitute for a good heady pub ale, and you add to the Bangers a small Haggis side ... which can compliment most any meal.


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For you Italian Lax Fans: Swiss Spaghetti Harvest

New postby whollymoly on Tue Jan 18, 2005 6:13 pm

(BTW - those bangers sound good, UKLaxfan)

Unbeknownst to many Italian-Americans, the best spaghetti is in fact harvested, from trees, by peasants in Switzerland.<p>
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<a href="http://www.museumofhoaxes.com/spaghetti.html">Swiss Spaghetti Harvest</a>
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Allowing as how...

New postby EJlaxdad on Tue Jan 18, 2005 7:19 pm

'tis the week of Rabbie Burn dinners around the world,
hoist a wee dram of t' ushige beatha (the "water of life") while listening to
<http://www.pagebiz.com/banjo/scott/?45>
Contemplate the peaceful words of the unofficial Scottish anthem as sung by 65,000 or so bloodthirsty Scotsmen rooting for the national rugby team...

Flower of Scotland
Oh flower of Scotland
When will we see
Your like again
That fought and died for
Your wee bit hill and glen
And stood against him
Proud Edwards Army
And sent him homeward
Tae think again.

The hills are bare now
And Autumn leaves lie thick and still
O'er land that is lost now
Which those so dearly held
That stood against him
Proud Edwards army
And sent him homeward
Tae think again

Those days are past now
And in the past they must remain
But we can still rise now
And be the nation again
That stood against him
Proud Edward's army
And sent him homeward
Tae think again
Los, blaue Eichelhaeher!
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A functioning link to "The Flower of Scotland"

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You will need to click on the purple MP3 link on the page that loads.
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Re: Chicken Wings

New postby MNE_Coach on Wed Jan 19, 2005 11:08 am

champp wrote:Anyone have any "out of this world" sauce recipes for chicken wings??? I'm sure some of you Buffalo natives have your own versions.


Having been born in Buffalo and suckled on wings and Labatt Blue...

I have a few recipes for wing sauce that some of you will love...

But remember "Ye ole ring of fire." What goes IN hot will most definitely come OUT hot. Might not want to eat these if you think you might let out a screamer in the office the next moring... :shock:

Email me at below addy and I'll get them to you.
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Re: Chicken Wings

New postby spenny on Wed Jan 19, 2005 11:17 am

MNE_Coach wrote:
champp wrote:Anyone have any "out of this world" sauce recipes for chicken wings??? I'm sure some of you Buffalo natives have your own versions.


Having been born in Buffalo and suckled on wings and Labatt Blue...

I have a few recipes for wing sauce that some of you will love...

But remember "Ye ole ring of fire." What goes IN hot will most definitely come OUT hot. Might not want to eat these if you think you might let out a screamer in the office the next moring... :shock:

Email me at below addy and I'll get them to you.


i have chili recipie known simply as "you'll remember me tomorrow chili"
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New postby slashed on Fri Jan 21, 2005 11:26 am

I'm A big susage and peppers guy. Brats are also good. Thay both go great with cold beer. But then, so does cake and ice cream. When in Oneonta for a 'Wick or SUNY game no need to cok, go to Brooks House of Bar-B- Que for take out chicken. Unbelievable stuff!!!!
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New postby Lax Fidelis on Fri Jan 21, 2005 10:42 pm

Are bangers and mash the same recipe as bubble and squeak? My 1/2 Welsh wife uses the second term for a sausage, onion and potato dish. She does not, however, ever, ever use SPAM.
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Spam

New postby CourtJester2 on Fri Jan 21, 2005 10:52 pm

Honestly, with the amount of press that Spam gets on this forum, is it really that good? I never had the stomach to try it, it's the type of product that collected dust in my parent's house in case there was a natural disaster and we ran out of food.
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Re: ? for UKLaxfan

New postby UKLaxfan on Sat Jan 22, 2005 4:30 pm

Lax Fidelis wrote:Are bangers and mash the same recipe as bubble and squeak? My 1/2 Welsh wife uses the second term for a sausage, onion and potato dish. She does not, however, ever, ever use SPAM.


Bangers & Mash may become Bubble & Squeak?

Bubble & Squeak in my part of the world th'up North means all the leftovers from the meal the night before, potatoes (usually mashed) veggies (cabbage usually) and meat (maybe sausage) are mixed up and have a chopped onion added to them and fried like a pancake/crepe on both sides and served hot with salt/pepper to taste.

Bubble & Squeak was just a name given to make the kids think they were getting a treat, as that's the sound it makes in the pan.

This is the Lancashire version of the dish, there may well be regional differences. So the Welsh version may well be as you described.

"Toad in the Hole" is another winter warmer :)

SPAM works as a very good substitute in Bubble & Squeak...

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Chicken Wings

New postby gLax on Sun Jan 23, 2005 9:51 pm

Here is the original "Buffalo Chicken Wings" restaurant where you can purchase the real deal:

http://www.anchorbar.com/
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New postby ColumbiaBlueBlack on Mon Jan 24, 2005 8:44 am

swears by La Nova -- sent me a case of wings to celebrate the Red Sox:

http://www.lanova.com/
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Would this be a good place....

New postby laxmomania on Tue Jan 25, 2005 3:53 pm

to ask for restaurant suggestions for North Carolina, Chapel Hill and also around UVA's playing field? Making a trek this season and don't want to shoulda, woulda, coulda myself upon my return. Thanks
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Re: A little wager for the final four

New postby dislaxxic on Tue Jan 25, 2005 3:59 pm

? wrote:Ok I say for this year's final four we set up a little food wager... how about the best buffalo wings (to appease the NY Laxers) v. the best crab dip (to appease the Baltimore Laxers)... both will be served with New York's best local beer and Baltimore's own National Bohemian...


The Final Four is in PHILLY this year, so cheesesteaks and fresh soft pretzels are a MUST! The "correct" (OK, my favorite) way to order? "Wiz Wit"

The highest quality all-PA beer to wash 'em down? YUENGLING LAGER!!

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Re: A little wager for the final four

New postby spenny on Tue Jan 25, 2005 4:56 pm

dislaxxic wrote:
? wrote:Ok I say for this year's final four we set up a little food wager... how about the best buffalo wings (to appease the NY Laxers) v. the best crab dip (to appease the Baltimore Laxers)... both will be served with New York's best local beer and Baltimore's own National Bohemian...


The Final Four is in PHILLY this year, so cheesesteaks and fresh soft pretzels are a MUST! The "correct" (OK, my favorite) way to order? "Wiz Wit"

The highest quality all-PA beer to wash 'em down? YUENGLING LAGER!!

.


strouds is a pretty tasty PA brew as well. (harder to find tho)
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