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Old 09-23-2011, 07:59 AM   #51
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Now I feel bad because I've stolen the light from CP's and Jes's lives. So I'm going to make a suggestion: why not get an ice crusher? They're not expensive, and you still get to crunch the ice -- the crusher just reduces it to a manageable size that won't crack the enamel on your teeth. Also, the Torani company makes all sorts of syrups to go on crushed ice ( and Irish Cream works well, too ).
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Now I feel bad because I've stolen the light from CP's and Jes's lives. So I'm going to make a suggestion: why not get an ice crusher? They're not expensive, and you still get to crunch the ice -- the crusher just reduces it to a manageable size that won't crack the enamel on your teeth. Also, the Torani company makes all sorts of syrups to go on crushed ice ( and Irish Cream works well, too ).
Takes a lot more than that to steal my light ha ha ha and as far as the syrups--yum yum, I like that BUT I don't need anything ON my ice to crunch on it. I'm content whether it's still got dregs of whatever beverage it came with or if it's in a cup by itself but now, of course, I have to be more careful. Chips, half moons, cubes or crushed, I like all kinds of ice.
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Now I feel bad because I've stolen the light from CP's and Jes's lives. So I'm going to make a suggestion: why not get an ice crusher? They're not expensive, and you still get to crunch the ice -- the crusher just reduces it to a manageable size that won't crack the enamel on your teeth. Also, the Torani company makes all sorts of syrups to go on crushed ice ( and Irish Cream works well, too ).
You know what's even cheaper than an ice crusher? IGNORING YOUR ADVICE!

hahaha.

(this is the same reaction i had when i learned that romaine lettuce lacked any real fiber. I always assumed cruciferous stuff had more fiber than, say, iceberg, and then someone broke the news to me. He ruined romaine lettuce for me, and now I'm ruining it for all of you).
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Chips, half moons, cubes or crushed, I like all kinds of ice.
I like my ice on a plane,
I like my ice in the rain...

but seriously. I love the ice in the cup on a plane. How many people have I annoyed up there in the sky? No idea. But it's so boring up there, any kind of 'project' works!
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Damn, I'm an ice-cruncher too. D:

I think I just have a chewing problem, because I also like to chew [but spit out] the unpopped popcorn on the bottom of the bag, and I actually just got over my chewing-up-the-plastic-bottom-of-soda-bottles habit, and when I'm bored I'll chew on my pen caps or pencils, if I have to move my SD Card from one room to another, between my lips it goes...

:o I'm really, really surprised at well condition of my teeth.
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When i need to replace a toothbrush. I chew on the old one. No eating but just chewing. I love the feel of the bristles crushing in my teeth. It's usually only one day that i do this but it's a pleasurable experience

I only chew on mostly melted ice when it's all pocked and fragile. I love, love, love the crushed ice that the Pilot travel centers have in their fountain drinks. I do like chewing on that ice. It also keeps my drink cooler longer.

I also LOVE the broth from my Loma Linda Linkettes and Big Frank hot dogs. It's a veggie dog in a can and i can drink that salty broth like crazy.
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When i need to replace a toothbrush. I chew on the old one. No eating but just chewing. I love the feel of the bristles crushing in my teeth. It's usually only one day that i do this but it's a pleasurable experience

I only chew on mostly melted ice when it's all pocked and fragile. I love, love, love the crushed ice that the Pilot travel centers have in their fountain drinks. I do like chewing on that ice. It also keeps my drink cooler longer.

I also LOVE the broth from my Loma Linda Linkettes and Big Frank hot dogs. It's a veggie dog in a can and i can drink that salty broth like crazy.
OMG, they still have those things??!!! I grew up on Loma Linda Linkettes... and other assorted Loma Linda products... and yes, the juice IS tasty.
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I'm interested to know who here likes pickled eggs. It's a question I haven't been able to stop asking lately, because I thought pickled eggs were an everyday, common thing that everybody LOVED. Apparently, not so. Some people aren't even familiar with the concept... poor them. Pickled eggs would be my desert island food.
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Today I finished a garlic chicken salad, lifted the plate and drank all the garlicky watery watchamacallit. There was a lot and it was delicious.
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OMG, they still have those things??!!! I grew up on Loma Linda Linkettes... and other assorted Loma Linda products... and yes, the juice IS tasty.
yep, i love them. They're my guilty pleasure. I can get them at both grocery stores in my neighborhood.
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I'm interested to know who here likes pickled eggs. It's a question I haven't been able to stop asking lately, because I thought pickled eggs were an everyday, common thing that everybody LOVED. Apparently, not so. Some people aren't even familiar with the concept... poor them. Pickled eggs would be my desert island food.
wtf pickled eggs :/
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1 dozen eggs
2 Tbsp oil
1 cup soy sauce
2 Tbsp sugar
1 or 2 scallions, sliced
2 slices ginger root
2 cloves garlic
5 cups water

Hard-boil eggs. Soak 1/2 hour in cold water, then peel. Put oil in saucepan, add sugar, and simmer 5 minutes, stirring often. Add scallions, ginger, and garlic; stir. Add soy sauce and water, and bring to boil; add eggs, and simmer @ 2 hours, uncovered. Let soak overnight. Store in refrigerator.
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I'm interested to know who here likes pickled eggs. It's a question I haven't been able to stop asking lately, because I thought pickled eggs were an everyday, common thing that everybody LOVED. Apparently, not so. Some people aren't even familiar with the concept... poor them. Pickled eggs would be my desert island food.
I've only seen them in bars in giant jars and when I saw a bartender reach in with his bare hands it totally turned me off. I don't think I've ever seen them in a supermarket.
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I'm interested to know who here likes pickled eggs. It's a question I haven't been able to stop asking lately, because I thought pickled eggs were an everyday, common thing that everybody LOVED. Apparently, not so. Some people aren't even familiar with the concept... poor them. Pickled eggs would be my desert island food.
Count me in. Pickled eggs rock.
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I anything pickled. I've yet to try pickled eggs because I have an aversion to standard hard-boiled eggs (smell just puts me off).

Anything else is okay, so I'm just going to have to try'em and see.

Favorite pickled sausage: Hot Head and Tijuana Mama (300% Hotter? Hotter than what? )
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Oily Fish. Those little cans of sardines, herring, mackerel, etc usually placed next to the Vienna sausages, Spam, and potted meat product.

The funny thing is, you're supposed to eat oily fish; but most people think the medical profession is playing a very cruel joke about recommending oily fish.

I have this love affair with smoked herring. Doused with either brown mustard or sriracha. Usually straight from the can, or on Zesta brand saltines.
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I looooooove and crave the purple pickled eggs made with pickled beets. I haven't had them since I left Ohio I should attempt to make some...
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Tonight my bf and I were eating some cheese and salami and crackers. After a while I noticed that he had a little pile of wax paper rings, from the outside of the salami pieces he sliced, and I...well, let's just say I didn't have a pile of those.
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A Japanese woman I once knew taught me this recipe for pickling eggs:

Hard boil and peel the eggs. Mix equal parts of beer, vinegar and soy sauce in a pan, put in the eggs and bring to a boil. Let cool then store the eggs in the brine in the fridge. They'll be good in a couple days and last for a couple months. They are salty and sour and have a chocolate color.


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LOL I do this with pepperoni ALL THE TIME.
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I love the beet pickled eggs, luckily I live near PA Dutch country so the local farmers market has like 5 venders that sell them. Yummy!
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I've never been brave enough to try the pickled eggs, and I wasn't raised in such a household that would eat them, but there's a hidden little nook in an aisle at my local Kroger's that has a few jars. (This is southwestern Ohio.)
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I looooooove and crave the purple pickled eggs made with pickled beets. I haven't had them since I left Ohio I should attempt to make some...
Check to see if you can find the Libby's pickled sliced beets that come in the glass jar. They make the best purple pickled eggs. Mom makes them and no one else likes the beets but me! yum!

For those who haven't tried them, I think they are best when cold.



Also, I'm another one that likes the cabbage hearts. I can remember my Mom wrapping them up in Saran Wrap and putting them in the fridge for my Dad when I was a kid.
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"I've only seen them in bars in giant jars and when I saw a bartender reach in with his bare hands it totally turned me off. I don't think I've ever seen them in a supermarket."
Yeah, I was gonna say that my only first-hand experience in this particular area is specific to a sadly misspent youth (taking on dares).

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"1 dozen eggs
2 Tbsp oil
1 cup soy sauce
2 Tbsp sugar
1 or 2 scallions, sliced
2 slices ginger root
2 cloves garlic
5 cups water

Hard-boil eggs. Soak 1/2 hour in cold water, then peel. Put oil in saucepan, add sugar, and simmer 5 minutes, stirring often. Add scallions, ginger, and garlic; stir. Add soy sauce and water, and bring to boil; add eggs, and simmer @ 2 hours, uncovered. Let soak overnight. Store in refrigerator.
"
You know, that all sounds fantastic, each of those worth a shot. But I'm having visions of....I dunno...if I could somehow combine a lot of my favorite things (garlic, olives of various types, eggs, peperoncini, cauliflower, beets, etc..) into a brine that's not too dissimilar from that of a kosher garlic-dill pickle. But maybe a little spicier. Like a Kimchi meets Giardiniera. I kind of feel like a Soy Sauce would make everything taste like that. Or perhaps that would be a problem with beets, giving everything that earthy flavor. So, I dunno, maybe that's why we normally pickle these things separately and just, finally, put them together on the plate.
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