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Discussion in 'The Observation Bar' started by raiderrescuer, Jun 4, 2006.
Twice in the last week I've had fried haggis and eggs.
You heard me.
What, no likes?
While camping at Half Moon Bay, Lady ToE cooked Bacon, hash browns, English muffins, scrambled eggs, and pancakes each morning outside on the propane stove. Coffee was made inside the trailer. I am spoiled and love it.
I can't speak for anyone else, but I've never had an opportunity to try haggis, so...
My grandmother's haggis was best, her clan was Morrison....
Starbucks java, and the Sun Times sports page. Cole Hamels had a fantastic seven against the Marlins
last eve-I know not much but the bullpen is shaking out. Baez is hot plate burn; Joe's quote: "Javy's a different
kind of animal, man," rings true. Not exactly classic Stengelese but Maddonesque comes close.
The vaunted Mueller Report is due out today, though the SC's petty vindictiveness mandated that everything
but the kitchen sink got tossed in instead of a simple one size fits all just the facts Jack boiled down to the
factual kernels of truth. .. And the mob thinks they are getting the Reader's Digest condensed version. Some exception to grand jury recuse and other classified will allow further transparency but Atty General Barr is holding a press conference preface to the narrative because of Mueller's spiel. And the howlers are pissed as punch at Barr...
The administration legal staff have submitted a forty page rebuttal to buttress overall finding. This submission and the Attorney General press conference is a consequential result of what is a narrative; albeit legal
but more politically vindictive, deliberate effort from the Special Counsel.
...you'll have to try it!
End of the day - it's ground meat with oats and spice. People eat steak and kidney pie, liver and onions, raw fish, no one bats an eye.
But haggis beats them a'!
You don't seem to like it.
I've never tried it either, but I wouldn't rule it out. Here in the deep South we have all kind of creative ways to use up ALL the parts of a hog. I wouldn't imagine a sheep would be much different, especially if it were spiced up enough.
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Never had the chance to try it, but it doen’t sound bad to me.
Good Friday breakfast.
What to have.
What to have...
(This version Canadian made with beef)
Bacon, scrambled eggs, hash browns, wheat toast, sourdough pancakes, and apple juice at a once again favored little breakfast joint nearby.
Leftover pizza and entirely too much chocolate candy
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I get the best result by cooking them in my rice cooker that has an oatmeal setting.
Today I had strawberry cake and coffee.
Starbucks java waiting for the downtown train, glancing at the New York Times' rather puerile
Mueller Report coverage which reads like a comic story about what constitutes obstruction of justice.
The Times lack of substantive comment is quite disappointing.
Vanilla cream filled coffee cake.
A bowl of Corn Chex without milk. Too tired to go to the grocery store after work last night.
Starbucks java, a roll, and the Chicago Sun Times sports page.
The Cubs bullpen has shaken out sufficiently with Hamels' bruiser last nite; thrice hit and six strolls
but he lasted and the line cavalry rode to the rescue. Lester is due back today and Cinderellarockefeller
will be on the mound this weekend. Darvish has a devil's trick bag to pitch but he tends to nibble at the plate
corners, and once walked triple, psychologically folds. Yu is not a gunfighter hurler, and some talk this morning
about using him as a closer instead seems plausible at first glance. Joe's starter-centrist philosophic doctrine
is probably too tightly drawn gospel stricture to amend bullpen scripture. For the last eleven games the pen
has about a 1.63-1.67ERA, and seems as good as any other team.
Sounds more like something Fading Fast would say.