Discussion in 'Humorous Jokes, Stories or Pictures' started by Royal27, Aug 8, 2015.
In the Old Testament it refers to the Israelites eating manna from heaven. Bingo
Just looking at this picture is worth 30points on the Weight Watchers program.
I get blue's share of the bacon.
It's all good. When do we chow down?
We may need to arm wrestle on that.... Although that platter looked like there might be enough to go around!
welcome to my share of the swine ,cobb.....
im going to idarams for some real food ......
Precisely bluey! Is it chicken? No. Is it steak? Yes but cooked like chicken... Which seems to be a terrible thing to do to any self respecting cow! It's a confused food.... Those Texicans can be complicated!
damn site , easier calling it what it is , I rekon......
some of that tucker in the triangle looks pretty good ......
im with Charles , when do we dig in .......
by the jesus , that pecan pie and iscream looks mighty fine
Well it's not lutefisk.
Yea but at least lutefisk is easy to understand... Simply means slimy fish that has been soaking in some stinky solution behind the woodstove for two weeks.
I am going to eat something.
And this is considered food?
How about Chicken Fried Bacon. Now your talkin'
Apparently? I don't eat it....
Ah, Sodolaks and Snook Texas. Snook is one of our Czeck communities in Texas. The Czeck's know how to cook.
So chicken fried steak is sort of like milenesa?
What is mienesa?
I can tell you that lutefisk is kind of like mile-of-nausea!
After googling the recipe for milenesa it is pretty close. You need to add the cream gravy, mashed potatoes, and sweet tea. (please remember its Texas so its iced tea)
I had a foreign exchange student whose home was on the East Coast of Russia. I asked her one day what was her favorite meal at home and she said chicken and dumplings. I asked her to describe it and she described it just as it was fixed in my grandmother's home in Alabama. Hunting and eating we are closely connected.
We could fill you up in Texas. You'd like it!!!
Man.... Now you have me thinking about going to West just for Kolaches!!!
And who was that other Czech family from Snook that did the sausage? I'm drawing a blank...
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