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Old 01-05-2013, 05:40 AM   #571
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I've done that many times. Also, combine with mushroom soup, or cream of mushroom with roasted garlic (Campbells) is excellent. Good with chicken and beef too.

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AXX55 that Hopp'in John is good alright. But the old American Irish New Years food is most important. Corn Beef and Cabbage with Red Potatos and Irish Soda Bread. And of course Dark Stout.
If you miss this food on New Years Day you will be broke all year. If you ever knew any Scotch-Irish you would know that is true.
Nitestalker, i actually do like corned beef and cabbage! most people don't like me after i eat it!

never had Irish soda bread. what is it!
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I've done that many times. Also, combine with mushroom soup, or cream of mushroom with roasted garlic (Campbells) is excellent. Good with chicken and beef too.
We don't eat mushrooms but we do like their Cream of Chicken with Herbs I think it's called.
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We don't eat mushrooms but we do like their Cream of Chicken with Herbs I think it's called.
Just last night I baked chicken breasts in Cream of Chicken with Herbs Campbell soup. It was that simple and pretty darned good. I served it over rice.
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Oyster soup.........

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Rocky mountain oysters????
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No way Hose.... La. Gulf oysters.......I heard that fried praire oysters are the prefference for red necks.....and some cajuns......As long as I have my catfish, I ain't going to the other side of the fence......
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No way Hose.... La. Gulf oysters.......I heard that fried praire oysters are the prefference for red necks.....and some cajuns......As long as I have my catfish, I ain't going to the other side of the fence......
I'm redneck and a shavetail cajun but I'm not eattin them oysters for ANYTHING!!!!
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I'm redneck and a shavetail cajun but I'm not eattin them oysters for ANYTHING!!!!
Which ones........lol.......Wish I had a camera to show every one why males and some females eat oysters. This would have to go into the bunker....Or... pm me and I'll tell how to look at the oyster as I see it......
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Which ones........lol.......Wish I had a camera to show every one why males and some females eat oysters. This would have to go into the bunker....Or... pm me and I'll tell how to look at the oyster as I see it......
Ill eat FRESH WATER oysters for them.....added benefits you hint at but I WILL not eat plains, mountain, or desert oysters for ANYONE.
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