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As we head into Good Friday, Easter Sunday and Easter Monday, this seems a good time to wish you all a Happy Easter.

 

Doing anything special? Let's hear about it.

 

I think by the time Monday rolls around, I'll not want to see another ham for at least six months.

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I'm going to be in a half hour play at my MCC this evening, playing one of the badguys who flanked J. on the hill. This is the first time that our drama ministry has done a full (though one act) play and the first time (natch) that a full play has been done as part of one of our services. I hear that the Pastor is a little worried about putting a serial murderer and a rapist on stage where the altar usually is. We'll see if there's any flak from the church mothers.

 

Other than that, never got around to coloring any eggs, as usual. Drat! Anybody got any cute egg coloring stories?

 

HAPPY EASTER!!

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Let me join in on the Seasonal Greetings!! :* :*

 

As for activity in the North Country, I'll be hoping for a huge snow melt after the 8 inches we got today ... umm, that would be 8 inches of snow x( (Except for my escort roomie with his 8 inches LOL).

 

Happy Easter All!!!!

 

Mark in Mpls.

 

P.S. This should go into the favorite food queue, but here goes anyway. It's a recipe developed by my roomie, escort DJ in Mpls' Mom. Fucking delicious!!

 

Breakfast Stir-Fry

 

4 tbsp. butter, divided

1 heaping cup chopped onions

8 oz. chopped button mushrooms

8 eggs, scrambled in a bowl with a whisk or fork

8 oz. Velveeta cheese, cubed

1 heaping cup chopped cooked ham

 

Melt 2 tbsp butter in a large fry pan. When melted, add onions and mushrooms and saute until tender (not letting them burn at all); remove from frying pan and reserve.

 

Add remaining 2 tbsp butter to frying pan and when melted, add eggs to frying pan and cook over medium heat until partially set. Add reserved onions and mushrooms and the cubed cheese and ham. Stir just until cheese has melted and all ingredients are bound together. Work quickly because the Velveeta melts fast.

 

Season with salt and pepper as you wish, and serve.

 

P.S. When I make this for myself, I always add some sauteed green pepper, but DJ can't tolerate green pepper. You could also get creative and add jalapeno peppers or other veggies as you choose. It's a versatile dish. }(

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>8 oz. Velveeta cheese, cubed

 

Are you sure this stuff really qualifies as cheese? :-)

 

It's almost as bad a Cheese Whiz.

 

A nice strong chedar would make it more tasty.

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I have Easter off but don't partake in the whole jesus thing but if the weather holds out I plan on going for a good long hard ride on the scoot in the afternoon. Then after that in the evening I plan on being found on all fours and getting a good rim rim and fucked real hrad till I shoot a load all over his chest and face.

 

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I definitely agree that Velveeta by itself (or even on a cracker) is dreadful.

 

However before I was introduced to this recipe, I'd been trying to make cheesy scrambled eggs for decades using different cheeses including cheddar, and the eggs were always dry. If I cooked and scrambled them too briefly to try to make them creamy, the eggs weren't set.

 

It turns out that using Velveeta both keeps them creamy AND gives the eggs a nice cheesy flavor. :*

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>I definitely agree that Velveeta by itself (or even on a

>cracker) is dreadful.

>

>However before I was introduced to this recipe, I'd been

>trying to make cheesy scrambled eggs for decades using

>different cheeses including cheddar, and the eggs were always

>dry. If I cooked and scrambled them too briefly to try to

>make them creamy, the eggs weren't set.

>

>It turns out that using Velveeta both keeps them creamy AND

>gives the eggs a nice cheesy flavor. :*

 

I presume you grated the chedar - that makes a huge differance. I always add a heaping soup spoon of mayonaise (usually Miracle Whip) to the mix. That makes them creamy as well as adding another flavour.

 

My secret confession???? I happen to LOVE Cheese Whiz. I know - no class! Julia Child has just turned over in her grave.

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I enjoy cooking and find it fascinating that nowadays people love to scoff at certain ingredients that were, in the not too distant past, common. Just three examples of these out favor foods would be Velveeta Cheese, Campbell’s Mushroom Soup, and Cheese Wiz. My mother made wonderful casseroles using Velveeta Cheese and Campbell’s Mushroom Soup. A common #### d’oeuvres, when I was a kid, was celery stuffed with Cheese Wiz and peanut butter. I make a zucchini casserole, which I love, using Velveeta Cheese. I, for one, find the current craze for things “natural” and “organic” limiting and more than a little silly. I have yet to be able to taste the difference between an organic and a non-organic egg. I never cease to be amazed at what people will buy into as long as they are convinced it is trendy and hip.

 

P.S. Good God would someone please explain to me why the #### above was dropped and replaced with #### - talk about political correct nonsense. Yea I know what it sounds like but that is just plain BULL SHIT!!!!!

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I can't taste the differance between organic and regular either but gor me it isn't about being hip, its about tryong to eat right when I can.

 

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Greg

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In my pervious post I tried to use the more common word for canape --#### d’oeuvres and the first part of the word was edited out by the system. I must assume because it "looks like" or "sounds like" the word w###e. I absolutely hate this, politically correct, type of f---ing censorship.

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>I'll be goddamned.

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>You're right.

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>Kinda makes ya wonder what else is banned here. x(

 

As far as I know, that is the only word that is automatically banned. If you want to use it, spell it incorrectly and it will accept it.

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