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thatgirl08

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Well, I mean. "Hizz-Ouse" is pretty dumb. :p

and yeah, I understand lable frustration, but... i wasn't sure what else to put, on that end. :/
I know no one asked for my opinion but I'm going to give it anyway. I hate gainer, but I think feedee is kinda cute.
 

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THE COBB SALAD

"One night in 1937, Bob Cobb, then owner of The Brown Derby, prowled hungrily in his restaurant's kitchen for a snack. Opening the huge refrigerator, he pulled out this and that: a head of lettuce, an avocado, some romaine, watercress, tomatoes, some cold breast of chicken, a hard-boiled egg, chives, cheese and some old-fashioned French dressing. He started chopping. Added some crisp bacon -- swiped from a busy chef.

"The Cobb salad was born. It was so good, Sid Grauman (Grauman's Chinese Theatre), who was with Cobb that midnight, asked the next day for a 'Cobb Salad.' It was so good that it was put on the menu.




"Cobb's midnight invention became an overnight sensation with Derby customers, people like movie mogul Jack Warner, who regularly dispatched his chauffeur to pick up a carton of the mouth-watering salad."

Since 1937, more than 4 million Cobb salads have been sold at Brown Derby restaurants, according to the Brown Derby Restaurant Group, which, now that the two original Hollywood restaurants have closed, is what the company calls itself. It licenses the restaurant name for merchandise (including bottled Cobb salad dressing), as well as to Disney, which opened a reproduction of the original Brown Derby in Orlando, Florida, in 1989 and, in 1990. signed a 20-year agreement for Brown Derby restaurants in Tokyo, Paris and Anaheim, California. You can read all about The Brown Derby and its glamorous customers in The Brown Derby Restaurant: A Hollywood Legend, which includes many of the Derby's recipes.

Footnote: There's also a legend about how the Brown Derby got its name: One night, Herbert Somborn, an ex-husband of Gloria Swanson, remarked -- speaking of the mood of Hollywood in the roaring 20s -- that "You could open a restaurant in an alley and call it anything. If the food and service were good, the patrons would just come flocking. It could be called something as ridiculous as the Brown Derby." Hence, a restaurant shaped like a hat opened near Hollywood and Vine in 1926.



Cobb Salad

1/2 head lettuce, about 4 cups

1 bunch watercress

1 small bunch chicory, about 2 1/2 cups

1/2 head romaine, about 2 1/2 cups

2 medium peeled tomatoes

6 strips of crisp bacon
2 breasts of boiled chicken

3 hard cooked eggs

1 avocado

1/2 cup crumbled Roquefort cheese

2 tablespoons chopped chives

1 cup (approximately) Original Cobb Salad Dressing



Cut lettuce, half the watercress, chicory and romaine in fine pieces and arrange in a large salad bowl.

Cut tomatoes, bacon, chicken, eggs, and avocado in small pieces and arrange, along with the crumbled Roquefort cheese, in strips on the greens.

Sprinkle finely cut chives over the Cobb salad and garnish with the remaining watercress.

Just before serving mix the salad with the Cobb salad dressing.


Original Cobb Salad Dressing

Makes 1 1/2 cups

1/4 cup water

1/4 cup red wine vinegar

1/4 teaspoon sugar

1 teaspoon freshly squeezed lemon juice

2 teaspoons salt

3/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
3/4 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce

1/4 teaspoon dry English mustard

1 small clove garlic, finely minced

1/4 cup full-flavored olive oil

3/4 cup salad oil


Blend all ingredients together, except oils. Add olive and salad oils. Mix well.

Blend well again before mixing with salad.

A note from the Brown Derby: "The water is optional, depending upon the degree of oiliness desired in the dressing."

History of the Cobb Salad
Wow Tony this is way to funny..My x husband was a cook at the Brown Derby restaunt in Akron Ohio and it is because of this salad and the Lobster tail and the steak and the bake pototes and the honey butter rolls and shrimp and oinion rings and cheesecake that he brought home EVERY night..this is how I went from 280-600 pounds in 9 yrs..wow you brought back memories!!!! thank you for the reminder :eat1:Tony you are the best
 

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Well, I mean. "Hizz-Ouse" is pretty dumb. :p

and yeah, I understand label frustration, but... i wasn't sure what else to put, on that end. :/
I don't really care about the individual labels either way. I do kind of hate that the fetish is called "feedERism", though, because I feel like it doesn't acknowledge the feedee side of it. I'd prefer it be called "feedism", I guess.
 

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I don't really care about the individual labels either way. I do kind of hate that the fetish is called "feedERism", though, because I feel like it doesn't acknowledge the feedee side of it. I'd prefer it be called "feedism", I guess.
I call it feedism just... because I like it better too. It's rare that I actually say "feedERism". Feedism or just Feeding usually works for me.
 

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I don't really care about the individual labels either way. I do kind of hate that the fetish is called "feedERism", though, because I feel like it doesn't acknowledge the feedee side of it. I'd prefer it be called "feedism", I guess.
I call it Gaining/Encouraging.....but that's just me though. Its easier to distinguish who's who
 

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I don't really care about the individual labels either way. I do kind of hate that the fetish is called "feedERism", though, because I feel like it doesn't acknowledge the feedee side of it. I'd prefer it be called "feedism", I guess.
I used the word feedism BEFORE all the cool kis were jumping on the feedism bandwagon.

Phillistines. XP
 

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I too prefer the term Feedism. Feederism seems to favor the Feeder side of things without acknowledging the Feedee, who, in my opinion, is the most important person in the relationship.
 

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Damn you and your ability to cook!

*shakes fist*

Oh well, guess there is comfort in being able to take someone to a lot of good restaurants :)
Kevin:

For me cooking is both a pleasure and therapy. I'm not a big fan of fast foods. I use to eat the stuff when I was younger and will eat some every now and then;but, prefer to cook and or get my ides from some of the resturants...

In fact, I get some of my best ideas eating out. The other day I had gotten this Pasta Salad from the http://www.chow.com/places/28894] Milano Market[/url]...It was pretty good - but, I didn't want to spend another $4.00 for 1/4 lbs. - so let me do something at home

I know that this stuff should be on the FOODEE Board- so I hope you don't mind that I post this here...

Milano's Pasta Salad
(Tri Color Pasta/Feta Cheese/Mayo/Fresh Spinach Chopped/ Tomatoes Diced)
This was good;but, I wanted to do something along theose lines at home and see what other ingredients I could add...




Tony's Pasta Salad

1 (16 ounce) package tri-color pasta
1/3 cup Mayo
3 tablespoons Chopped Dry Parsley (from the Jar
1 cup Grated Feta Cheese (or Goat Cheese)
1 (1 ounce) of Marinated Red Peppers
1 (2.25 ounce) can pitted olives drained
Pepper To Taste

*** mix all ingredients let chill for at least an hour or two before serving

*** I did not add any salt as I get plenty of that from the Feta Cheese
other ingredients can be adjusted accordingly

*** Left out tomatoes as they tend to get mushy if you don't eat this salad the same day.



I sincerely hope my talk of food has gotten some of you gorgeous ladies in the thread to rush to the fridge and grab a snack or two or three.. :) :eat2: :eat1:
 

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I changed the topic header. But I think that you'll find very few additions to those who've already responded. :(
 

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Wow Tony this is way to funny..My x husband was a cook at the Brown Derby restaunt in Akron Ohio and it is because of this salad and the Lobster tail and the steak and the bake pototes and the honey butter rolls and shrimp and oinion rings and cheesecake that he brought home EVERY night..this is how I went from 280-600 pounds in 9 yrs..wow you brought back memories!!!! thank you for the reminder :eat1:Tony you are the best
SH CP: we might have to keep this one under wraps ... The Cobb Salad may become the Demon Symbol of the



Dims Anti-Feeders Temperence League
 

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I changed the topic header. But I think that you'll find very few additions to those who've already responded. :(
That'sa good deal of energy and calorie burning to change a Topic Title

Here's a late night snack

Dagwood Bumstead Sandwich

 

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Hehe, do you have a quart of mayo to go with that? Mayo is a must!
Hmmm this is the Feeders Equivalent of the
"Riddle of the Sphinx" :eek: I better choose wisely since I don't want to get slammed by any of you lovely ladies ... So I'm picking...



 

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Boy, I hope you can finish that sandwhich Heather before i do :eat2:
 

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Hmmm this is the Feeders Equivalent of the
"Riddle of the Sphinx" :eek: I better choose wisely since I don't want to get slammed by any of you lovely ladies ... So I'm picking...



O yeah, i got 3! Now i can give them options in mayo!

 

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Ashley's "feedism" suggestion feeds my reputation-giver mouse button. Upon doing so, I see that my reputation-giver mouse button is currently too full.
Ashley rocks. That is all.

I'll join in with the gleeful supporters that are not adept at cooking. I'll suggest... lowism, because it makes me feel low to not be adept at cooking. :p
Though, I think I do fit in with the foodee crowd, as I just love to eat good food (as much of it as I can stand), without getting any other types of gratification out of it; zero sexual, zero sensual (also, zero appreciation for the painful fullness feeling).
 

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Hmmm this is the Feeders Equivalent of the
"Riddle of the Sphinx" :eek: I better choose wisely since I don't want to get slammed by any of you lovely ladies ... So I'm picking...



Winner, winner.. chicken dinner! or giant sammich in this case.
 

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O yeah, i got 3! Now i can give them options in mayo!


Wow that gots me beat for sure...


Ashley's "feedism" suggestion feeds my reputation-giver mouse button.

I'll join in with the gleeful supporters that are not adept at cooking. I'll suggest... lowism, because it makes me feel low to not be adept at cooking. :p
Though, I think I do fit in with the foodee crowd, as I just love to eat good food (as much of it as I can stand), without getting any other types of gratification out of it; zero sexual, zero sensual (also, zero appreciation for the painful fullness feeling).
Welcome Chimpi:
We are all adept at cooking - if you can make something edible - heck you are a cook. It could be something as quick as...

Heating up your fav. Tomato Soup ( if you like that)
and adding some grated Parmesan Cheese and Drizzle a little bit of Extra Virgin Olive Oil on top. ...

OR going to you fav. resturant....I find FOOD one of the great experiences to indulge in & Share
 

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:blush: nooooo. I just wanted 3 mayos :D. Sorry Tony!
 

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