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[#] Thu Aug 11 2016 07:42:20 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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What does a negative beer look like?

[#] Tue Sep 27 2016 17:12:23 EDT from mo

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Thirst in a glass!  ;)

 

Right - lets spend the kity here!!  <rumages in the glass, pulling out IOU's and pocket fluff>  OK a glass of the best house water for each of you tight fists!!!!

 

<finds a thousand dollar bill in the glass :D and orders each (friend of Citadel) person in the bar their favourite drink (3 cokes , 5 milkshakes and 3 cups of coffee all with a shot of vodka --- coming up )

 

 



[#] Wed Sep 28 2016 08:34:03 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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Outstanding! We'll even put the sportsball game on, and take a drink everytime they do that thing.

Any friend of Citadel is a friend of mo, and any friend of mo is a friend of mine. Just because.

And I suspect the pub culture on your side of the pond is a lot better than ours.

[#] Mon Oct 24 2016 00:21:49 EDT from ax25

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Not necessarily.



[#] Tue Oct 25 2016 12:40:49 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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Pub quiz!

What are your three favorite sandwiches?

(Mine are: fresh Thanksgiving turkey on toast with lettuce and mayonnaise; chicken cutlet on a sesame seed roll with lettuce, tomato, and mayonnaise; and gyro on pita.)

[#] Tue Nov 08 2016 00:18:24 EST from ax25

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Grilled cheese with preserves (jelly) on top.

BLT - no need to explain

Club - turkey with some bacon preferred. Toasted.  Not too smothered with mayo, but a little bit helps it out nicely.

I suppose the BLT and the club are pretty much the same sandwich.  Swap out the mayo with some guac, and the club is still a winner with me.



[#] Tue Nov 08 2016 13:09:27 EST from mo

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Ohhh! Tough one!!

 

It's gotta be either:

Cheese and onion

or

Ham and pickle

 

:D

 

yeah our pub culture is well advanced

(about as advanced as you can get-- it's dead!! :D , actually not true, but most of the pubs i used to frequent are closed now (leaving only the better up-market country pubs and "gastro pubs" alive and well))

 



[#] Tue Nov 08 2016 13:14:36 EST from zooer

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I am not big on samiches, doesn't matter if a woman makes them or not.  

Falafel sandwich.  Lamb souvlaki  (middle eastern theme)  or an Italian sub.  Steak sandwichs made with the proper GPS are good but I don't eat those often.

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[#] Tue Nov 08 2016 13:30:05 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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GPS is teh r0x0r.  

*raises a toast to our dear departed friend Vince*

So much, in fact, that I now keep a shaker of garlic powder in the primary location behind my stove along with the salt and pepper.

Sandwiches for everyone!  (BLT or Bacon Sarnie, depending on which side of the pond you're on.  Plate of bean sprouts for the vegetarians, I guess.)



[#] Tue Nov 08 2016 14:28:37 EST from zooer

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What was the correct mixture?  G5P3S2?   I remember some confusion, I think I switched the pepper and salt ratio.



[#] Sat Nov 12 2016 12:47:32 EST from mo

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A bacon sandwich (Bacon Buttie ;) ) - this side of the pond, is never adulterated with lettuce or tomatoes :( .

White bread, (the cheap stuff, sliced or thick cut from loaf), sometimes toasted, butter, bacon rashers: thats it -- stop.

A greasy sandwich for a greasy world . Now adulterate with, tomato sauce (ketchup), or brown sauce (HP/Daddies/US equivalent unknown :) ).

Unhealthy living at it's finest!

 

A BLT is a BLT the world over i suspect. Mostly made using a French stick/small baguette.

Breakfast in a bun is hard to beat also. Combining the greasy chic of a bacon 'sarnie' (sandwich), with the delight of a baguette: consisting of your classic English breakfast ingredients all in your messy hand. (eggs, bacon, and sausages sometimes with mushrooms packed into a torpedo style roll/or an actual real  baguette). Found at all your most reputable roadside trailer burger vans in England. :P

That will sort your hangover (out).

Tue Nov 08 2016 13:30:05 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

GPS is teh r0x0r.  

*raises a toast to our dear departed friend Vince*

So much, in fact, that I now keep a shaker of garlic powder in the primary location behind my stove along with the salt and pepper.

Sandwiches for everyone!  (BLT or Bacon Sarnie, depending on which side of the pond you're on.  Plate of bean sprouts for the vegetarians, I guess.)



 



[#] Sat Nov 12 2016 12:51:11 EST from mo

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Appologies for the top posting, 'and' the wrong quoteed message. I don't know what happened there, i was replying-quoting IG's message about a bacon sandwich.

 



[#] Sat Nov 12 2016 22:57:36 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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Right ... all I know about bacon sarnie/buttie is what I read on The Register, who for some reason consider the topic relevant to the IT world. To the best of my knowledge there is no American equivalent to HP Sauce, unless you want to kinda-sorta approximate using A1 Steak Sauce.

In any case, it's pretty hard to argue with bacon, no matter how it's served.
BACON!

[#] Sun Nov 13 2016 08:58:21 EST from zooer

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Lately I have been chopping up bacon, peppers, onions and mushrooms and letting that cook down.  When it is ready I throw in some blue cheese, let it get melty and put it on top of a rare cooked hamburger.  Fantastic.

Melty is a word, I heard Paul Dean use it.
The only people that should cook and eat beef well done is vegetarians.  



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