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Captain Morgan

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arrgh, I did just that, and it didn't work as well as I wanted!
These were peaches from Chile, and weren't as ripe as I wanted.

Won't be long till we can get fresh local peaches.
 

LarryWolfe

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Captain Morgan said:
arrgh, I did just that, and it didn't work as well as I wanted!
These were peaches from Chile, and weren't as ripe as I wanted.

Won't be long till we can get fresh local peaches.

Those freaking "Chilieans" don't know how to grow a blanchable/peelable peach? Those bastards!!!! Deport them NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

Griff

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Avast swabbies. OK, that's about all the pirate talk I know. But if you want to know your pirate name, go to: http://www.fidius.org/quiz/pirate/

As far as cooking goes, my butcher had two fresh tri-tips today, so one's going on the kettle and the other into the freezer.

Griff
 

Helen_Paradise

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My pirate name is: Bloody Anne Kidd
Every pirate lives for something different. For some, it's the open sea. For others (the masochists), it's the food. For you, it's definitely the fighting. Even though you're not always the traditional swaggering gallant, your steadiness and planning make you a fine, reliable pirate. Arr!
 

Green Hornet

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Mad Jack Rackham, must have had quite a few similar answers as you Jersey! That's kinda scary by itself!
I am going to have to sell 2 cobs of corn now........a buccaneer! :!: ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!
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Finney

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Bloody Harry Kidd...

But back to cooking....
2" thk fillets with baked sweet potatoes and garlic spinach.

BTW: Just got back to SC and it's hot. The 'hot' neighbor chick is is shorts so short... they're almost a belt. :eek: I love summer. :!:
 

Puff1

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Finney said:
Bloody Harry Kidd...

But back to cooking....
2" thk fillets with baked sweet potatoes and garlic spinach.

BTW: Just got back to SC and it's hot. The 'hot' neighbor chick is is shorts so short... they're almost a belt. :eek: I love summer. :!:
Bloody Harry Kidd :ack:
Finney, how about pics of the food, and pics of the hot neighbor 8-[
Or maybe just of the chick 8-[
 

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