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11-02-2012, 10:04 AM
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I'm making chicken wing soup this weekend. It is definitely a chicken wing soup kinda weekend.
I made a vat of chili for this week already -- venison and beef mixed (and a stray chopped up chorizo thrown in extra). I even caved to my wife's request and put in a large can of kidney beans.

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I'm making chicken wing soup this weekend. It is definitely a chicken wing soup kinda weekend.
Don't ruin it with onions.

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Onions ruin nothing.
Except your breath.

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Don't ruin it with onions.
How do you feel about shallots, garlic or chives (not in the soup, but overall)? Same family group -- just curious your reaction to 'em.

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11-02-2012, 11:24 AM
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With the ladyfriend out of town still, I have declared this to be a planned out man's weekend:

Tonight: Going to the grocery store for supplies, going to make a nice fat hamburger, baked potato, some veggies, and enjoy one of my bourbon county stouts I have in my closet.
Tomorrow: Going to make Bacon, Hash browns, eggs, and some nice fresh bread (Store bought) and a tall glass of coffee. Take the pup to the dog park, come back. Check out the start of the bicycle film festival up the street, head over to the movie theater and use a free ticket to see 'Cloud Atlas', come back, do some cleaning, make some meatballs to go with my left over pasta sauce in the freezer.
Sunday: A similar (if not the same) breakfast plan. Maybe do an egg scramble in lieu of fried eggs. Take the dog to the dark park again. Hop on the bicycle, head to my nearby bills bar to take in the surefire slaughter in the afternoon. Come home, more cleaning, making turkey sloppy joes for dinner. Finish up the cleaning.

What are you chumps doing?


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"Chock full of anti-oxidants...They taste great, like America used to."

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With the ladyfriend out of town still, I have declared this to be a planned out men's weekend:

Tonight: Going to the grocery store for supplies, going to make a nice fat hamburger, baked potato, some veggies, and enjoy one of my bourbon county stouts I have in my closet.
Tomorrow: Going to make Bacon, Hash browns, eggs, and some nice fresh bread (Store bought) and a tall glass of coffee. Take the pup to the dog park, come back. Check out the start of the bicycle film festival up the street, head over to the movie theater and use a free ticket to see 'Cloud Atlas', come back, do some cleaning, make some meatballs to go with my left over pasta sauce in the freezer.
Sunday: A similar (if not the same) breakfast plan. Maybe do an egg scramble in lieu of fried eggs. Take the dog to the dark park again. Hop on the bicycle, head to my nearby bills bar to take in the surefire slaughter in the afternoon. Come home, more cleaning, making turkey sloppy joes for dinner. Finish up the cleaning.

What are you chumps doing?
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11-02-2012, 11:57 AM
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How do you feel about shallots, garlic or chives (not in the soup, but overall)? Same family group -- just curious your reaction to 'em.
I'm in the same boat with vcv -- HATE onions (except in onion ring form...or as the major flavoring for french onion dip....just no big chunks of onion).

Absolutely love garlic.

Shallots are alright when cooked and used in moderation -- I find them to be slightly sweeter and less pungent than onions.

Chives? Given the choice, I'd pass.

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Don't ruin it with onions.
There will be no onions in it. That hot sauce would overpower the onion anyway.

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How do you feel about shallots, garlic or chives (not in the soup, but overall)? Same family group -- just curious your reaction to 'em.
The issue with all of 'em for me is the texture. For some reason, my mouth just rejects it.

The taste part of it is fine.

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it's a mess, i tell you, a mess

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The issue with all of 'em for me is the texture. For some reason, my mouth just rejects it.

The taste part of it is fine.
Texture? You can feel the texture of garlic, chives, and shallots when they've been cooked into a cream/roue dish?

You must have super sensitive taste buds, or somebody isn't chopping them fine enough.

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I'm in the same boat with vcv -- HATE onions (except in onion ring form...or as the major flavoring for french onion dip....just no big chunks of onion).

Absolutely love garlic.

Shallots are alright when cooked and used in moderation -- I find them to be slightly sweeter and less pungent than onions.

Chives? Given the choice, I'd pass.
My only issue is when I'm really hungry. Typically, I love all of 'em, but when famished (rare ), the aroma of any of them cooking will turn my stomach. My Dad has always complained about the smell of garlic cooking, apparently, I now know why --- not that it stops me from using 'em and enjoying the flavor when they're done.

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The issue with all of 'em for me is the texture. For some reason, my mouth just rejects it.

The taste part of it is fine.
Puree. All the flavor, none of the consistency.

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Texture? You can feel the texture of garlic, chives, and shallots when they've been cooked into a cream/roue dish?

You must have super sensitive taste buds, or somebody isn't chopping them fine enough.
I'm a big fan of carmalized onions or shallots -- once they start to show a little color/soften, pour just a little water into the pan (enough to just barely cover the slices... think bog, not lake) and then let it cook off with the heat down low. By the time the water evaporates, the allium is golden, brown and delicious (Alton Brown, patent pending).

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Puree. All the flavor, none of the consistency.
And therein lies the 2nd problem with onions for me. While the taste doesn't bother me, puree would in theory be a great way to get around it.

Problem #2 -- onions and my digestive tract do not get along. At all. If I happen to have an onion ring or two, I need to be prepared to sleep on the couch that night due to the odor that will inevitably emanate from my backside. Not to mention, about 4-5 hours after consuming said onion ring, my toilet would likely want to slaughter me

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And therein lies the 2nd problem with onions for me. While the taste doesn't bother me, puree would in theory be a great way to get around it.

Problem #2 -- onions and my digestive tract do not get along. At all. If I happen to have an onion ring or two, I need to be prepared to sleep on the couch that night due to the odor that will inevitably emanate from my backside. Not to mention, about 4-5 hours after consuming said onion ring, my toilet would likely want to slaughter me

Heh. Well. Heh. There is some vivid imagery for a Friday afternoon.

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Just saw that little ad on this site for the new Tarantino movie... Lucy Liu is still hawt

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Just saw that little ad on this site for the new Tarantino movie... Lucy Liu is still hawt
She wasn't ever hot to begin with.

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She wasn't ever hot to begin with.
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Ever since Kill Bill ... Yea, Lucy Liu

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To each his own. I think she is!

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She's the classic example of somebody who people tell us is sexy over and over again, so people accept it. If I saw her on the street, wouldn't even bother to take a second look.

All in my humble opinion of course.

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