So it's gone. If you don't know which thread i'm talking about, be happy. In the future, let's not start threads that have no purpose other than to bitch out other people on a message board.
I added (before you deleted the thread) a conciliatory piece on the MATW site. Cheers all.
But....but....my recipe for Jellied Moose Nose!!!!!!
Even Sarah Palin would rather hit the drive-through than eat that.
Gsimmons has e-mailed me several times and offered help and advice with coaching and football questions I've had. He wouldn't know me if he saw me walking down the street, but he's devoted paragraphs and paragraphs of his time to answering my individual questions.
Let's just consider him an excellent resource. For example, the term "holding the inside vertical" did not exist on this blog before he started posting here.
Anyway, learn what you want to learn from him.
If you don't want to learn from what he has to say, then let it go in one ear and out the other.
The drive-through at Jellied Moose Nose Burger maybe!!!!!!!
(I am so, so SO0000000 sorry- that was too incredibly absurd when it popped into my head- there was no way it wasn't getting posted.)
The fire unicorn scares me.
Can you likewise delete stupid angry michigan hating god?
Aw Damn. I missed it. Why do I always miss it?
anybody cache it? dayum.
I am curious which one it was, because I read them all, but I can't figure out which one is missing. It is killing me, can some one give me a hint or something?
You mean there are people on the internet who can just get rid of all the mindless bickering and vitriol? Someone needs to bring this discovery to the rest of the internet, it would help.
You should see the discussions that go on in the threads for football stories on digg. People actually do the OH-IO in the threads there.
I always thought our fanbase was unusually reflective. I find it hard to believe that we would post stupid, petty things on the internet.
Now that THAT'S over, perhaps you'd all enjoy a nice pot pie recipe. Be sure to take the lead shot out of your squirrel first.
Grandma's Squirrel Pot Pie
From: Steve Rice/ Bartlesville Ok.
1 cup Bisquick (Original Recipe)
1 cup of milk
2 cans cream of mushroom soup
1 can sliced mushrooms (drained)
1 one pound bag frozen mixed vegetables (thawed and warmed on stove top)
2 large eggs
3 guttted/skinned/boiled/de-boned large gray squirrels cut into chunks.
1 teaspoon pepper
2 teaspoons salt
Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees.
mix eggs, bisquick and milk with a fork til blended well and set aside.
mix soups, meat and vegetables in ungreased 9 inch baking pan.
Pour blended batter on top til covered completely.
Cook 45 minutes or until crust is golden brown.
Notes from Steve: for variety soups can be interchanged with cream of brocolli, cream of asparagus, cream of celery or cream of chicken.. Makes a hearty meal for 4 adults/ feeds six children...
I saw your other recipes posted and couldn't resist sending you this. I grew up on this one in West Virginia. My Grandma used to use this for chicken, duck, rabbit, squirrel and pheasant and I think she even used turkey and left over deer meat a time or two. One note of caution: Watch out for lead pellets when eating. Ha! Sometimes one or two gets missed when cleaning the meat after the hunt....
You must be anorexic.
"3 guttted/skinned/boiled/de-boned large gray squirrels cut into chunks."
It also comes from a world in which your squirrel meat is fresh enough to have lead shot in it, but your mushrooms are canned.
Which is odd because here we buy our skunk meat canned and get our mushrooms fresh.