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Old 01-04-2012, 01:40 PM   #21
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Fox and Faux are pronounced the same...
Faux is pronounced to rhyme with "foe" or "foh." faux (has audio example)

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I'm sorry Timothy, i do not watch FOX news, but what you said is insulting to people eveuywhere. Typical liberal propaganda, which is only liberal when people agree with them.
Perhaps there's a reason politics should not be discussed at the dinner table.
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Old 01-04-2012, 02:55 PM   #22
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I hear you, Greg. and yes. Faux is pronounced "foe"
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I hear you, Greg. and yes. Faux is pronounced "foe"
Sorry about that. I've seen it used as "Fox" so many times...
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Fox and Faux are pronounced the same,
I don't think so, Timothy. Fox is pronounced.... well, "Fox," but Faux is pronounced "Foh."
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I don't think so, Timothy. Fox is pronounced.... well, "Fox," but Faux is pronounced "Foh."
Yes, obviously I'd forgotten. My point still stands.
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My brother took my mom shopping for a coat a few years ago. She told the salesman she was looking for faux fur. He showed her a coat that she liked. The very distingushed looking salesman then asked, " And now, madam, for your other three furs?"
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My brother took my mom shopping for a coat a few years ago. She told the salesman she was looking for faux fur. He showed her a coat that she liked. The very distingushed looking salesman then asked, " And now, madam, for your other three furs?"
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My brother took my mom shopping for a coat a few years ago. She told the salesman she was looking for faux fur. He showed her a coat that she liked. The very distingushed looking salesman then asked, " And now, madam, for your other three furs?"
Now THAT'S funny!
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How do you force feed a goose?? And why did they have to force feed it? Annnnd why would they have to outlaw goose liver???? LoL
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How do you force feed a goose?? And why did they have to force feed it? Annnnd why would they have to outlaw goose liver???? LoL
I think they actually put a funnel down it's neck and push food into it.

The gooses body, in responce to its massive over eating, grows a over-large liver.

Who was the person who figured that out? "Oh, I think I'll stick a funnel down this gooses neck and feed it 20 times it's normal amount per/day"

Weird.
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"Faux" Gras Foie Gras has been outlawed in many states in the U.S. But here is a recipe that attempt to recreate the rich, buttery texture, and great flavor, without force feeding any foul. Chicken Liver Pate: Ingredients: 1 lb. fresh chicken livers Salt Black pepper 1 tsp. ground Thyme 1/4 cup diced onion 1 stick salted butter 1/2 tsp. sugar 1/2 tsp. granulated garlic Chicken broth Place the chicken livers into a sauce pot and cover with water. Bring water to a boil, and cook for about fifteen minutes, or until the chicken livers are just done through. Saute onion in a little butter until tender. Place into a blender. Remove the livers from the liquid and place into the same blender. Blend while adding just enough chicken broth to get the mixture moving in the blender. Add the butter. Blend until silky smooth. Empty the water from the sauce pan used to cook the livers. Remove the blended chicken lkivers from the blender and place into the sauce pan over medium heat. Add the garlic, and thyme and stir in. Let the mixure cook for five minutes. Add salt and pepper to taste, a little at a time. Cook over low heat until most of the moiture has steamed out (about five to ten minutes more). Remove the pate' from the pan and into a bowl with a tite fitting lid. Chill until cold. Serve with crackers or toast points. Seeeeeeeya; Chief Longwind of the North 3 stars 1 reviews
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