Discussion in 'Off Topic Archive' started by Scoe, Sep 5, 2016.
Poultry is meat, but fish isn't?
I get the heart healthy, but an animal is an animal
That's up for debate. Why are catholics allowed to eat fish on Fridays during lent when meat is not allowed?
Why does it matter if you are doing it for dietary reasons?
For what it worth, if you post or link to some of your favorite recipes, I'd try them and likely work them into the rotation.
The OP questioned if fish was "meat". I guess I don't really care if it is or it isn't. Like you said, I do it for the dietary reason. I would love to still eat it.
A couple recipes....
Healthy No Noodle Pad Thai - Cookie and Kate
Easy Thai: Coconut Curry White Fish - The Scrumptious Pumpkin
That sounds like a ready-made NPR spoof with those Delicious Dish chicks from SNL.
But more to the point, this is moving me in the direction of attending a major college football game for the first time in 41 years:
1975: Pitt scored first, but Penn State blocked the extra point, which would prove an ominous moment for the Panthers. Pitt kicker Carson Long missed three field-goal attempts, and the Lions escaped with a 7-6 victory and went to the Sugar Bowl.
Because back in the day, the pope did a solid for Italian fisherman. I thought that was common knowledge.
Fish is the flesh of the damned.
No recipe for Deepster's Balls?
90% of the Boneyard -- "I'd still hit it"
I can hear Alec Baldwin raving about them in my head right now.
Do you knuckleheads have a sponsor lined up for this event yet? Might I suggest
Potter Funeral Home | Willimantic CT funeral home and cremation
It was to help the poor Italian fishermen.
Correct as I'm sure most people know. It was for economic and political reasons, rather than religious. I'm non-religious but my wife is Catholic. I happen to love fish. So lent is fun for me cause I bust out all kinds of pan seared swordfish and salmon, beer battered cod, grilled whole trout, seared raw tuna....it is awesome.
Throw in two more and you can host Christmas Eve.
Trow in a little scungeal and some baccala and we're ready to rock!
Sounds like a Nashville road trip is in order:
The Burning Desire for Hot Chicken
Nashville hot chicken is awesome . I have a great authentic recipe i make at home occasionally.
Im kinda late but i ate them once. Me and a former coworker got them. I was bragging about how spicy stuff didnt affect me and he the same. So we both ordered it. He broke down half way through and was like man this is pretty hot. I didnt wince, although my mouth was on fire. After a while its just tingling in your mouth and numbness so that kinda helps. A coworker sitting next me had to move away because tears were dropping from his eyes... Good times
It's really great when you rub it on your eyeballs.
As a fellow spice challenge enthusiast I am kind of interested in participating in this boneyard challenge, but I just had Trinidad Scorpion+Ghost pepper+habenaro extract hot sauce a few weeks back that literally sent me to the toilet in 10 mins. My mouth went numb instantly and it roasted my insides all the way to the toilet. I've had plenty of hot sauces including a few ghost pepper sauces in my 20 years of life, but that was on another level. The TS is 2nd hottest right behind the Carolina Reaper so you guys are smart to avoid it. If you can handle a Reaper, you are not human.
Saw this on facebook and felt the need to come back here and share
Did we really discuss if fish are meat?
OT have you ever had the blazing wings from Buffalo Wild Wings? - 60 posts too late
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