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Freedom Fries?

Ive just had a pot-roast. Silverside of beef with yorkshire puddings, roast potatoes and stewed vegetables, all with onion + sage gravy. Mmm.... tasty

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Haha, freedom fries! That is what one republican Senator from Ohio had government restaurants rename french fries, because he hated France.

Generally, I just call them fries so I don't run afoul with our government.

Ate vegetarian today, squash, nuts, snap peas and carrots in a soy cream souce.

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why do you hate france?

I think the good senator from Ohio hated France because they didn't play along with the Irag adventure. There was/is also a boycott of French goods in the USA by some folks of the same twisted ilk.

Well it's a free country and you are allowed to hate anyone you like to hate!

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they didn't play along with the Irag adventure.

Well, look whose laughing now :(

I wish we had been like them

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Freedom Fries?

Ive just had a pot-roast. Silverside of beef with yorkshire puddings, roast potatoes and stewed vegetables, all with onion + sage gravy. Mmm.... tasty

wow...! jbennet sounds yummy:D, can you please post brief in Dani's Cookbook (Sticky thread). :)

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I'm not happy about the fact that: I'm not eating anything right now. I am unhappy with that fact because I am feeling very hungry.

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I`m in the same situation as you :(

You had lucky charms (ripoff brand) too?

I am having a bowl of "Honey Bunches of Oats" with almonds, but all I could find for milk was Vanilla Soy Milk. I think my sister swiped all the real milk.

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If its scotch its Whisky, if its irish its whiskey

Way Kool! I did not know that (I never had a bottle of each in front of me <nor a frontal lobotomy - sorry, old joke> to see the spelling differences). I wonder where the spellings diverged; maybe after the Irish settled Scotland kind of like we changed the spellings of a lot of our words after we separated ourselves from England (dropping the 'u' from all those words like labour and colour).

Oh, well - thanks mate.

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yeah, scots took it, improved it and made it famous

same for bagpipes, they were irish in origin but now they are the musical symbol of scotland

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Fried meat with lettuce and a cup of tea

burger + tea is my fave to eat at footlball games

Coffee with a shot of egg nog and a thick slice of raspberry danish twist.

what is egg nog?

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Eggnog (or egg nog) is a sweetened dairy-based beverage made with milk, cream, sugar, beaten eggs (which gives it a frothy texture), and flavoured with ground cinnamon and nutmeg.

Wikipedia

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Not really. A lot of people I know that try it really like it the first time, even little kids.

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