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rhertz 11-28-2007 10:55 AM

Scheduled Gas Release!
 
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Originally Posted by shreveporttimes
There will be a scheduled gas release at Calumet Lubricants between 10:00 and 10:30 am today... The gas release is accompanied by a loud noise and some reverberations.

http://www.shreveporttimes.com/apps/.../NEWS/71128009

Did anyone hear it? Or smell it? :D

chitlin 11-28-2007 12:38 PM

I had several unscheduled gas releases after eating at Trejo's yesterday.:D

Isaac-Saxxon 11-28-2007 01:01 PM

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Originally Posted by chitlin (Post 25536)
I had several unscheduled gas releases after eating at Trejo's yesterday.:D

I thought it was the protein plant Chitlin. You need to use the spray next time sister girl.

rhertz 11-28-2007 05:15 PM

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Originally Posted by chitlin (Post 25536)
I had several unscheduled gas releases after eating at Trejo's yesterday.:D

And I bet they were accompanied by a loud noise and some reverberations too!

BTW, are the Chitlin Enchilada's any good over there? Do you get 'em with sour creme or chili sauce?

chitlin 11-28-2007 10:01 PM

That would be Menudo and it is a soup. This was a Burrito al Carbon with heavy onions and peppers. It caused alot of global warming!:laugh:

j.nc 11-28-2007 10:28 PM

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Originally Posted by chitlin (Post 25579)
That would be Menudo and it is a soup. This was a Burrito al Carbon with heavy onions and peppers. It caused alot of global warming!:laugh:

????:banana:
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi.../QuieroSer.jpg

So that's what happened to them when they grew out of the band... made into soup. :soupsmilie:

Pocahontas 11-28-2007 11:10 PM

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Originally Posted by chitlin (Post 25579)
That would be Menudo and it is a soup. This was a Burrito al Carbon with heavy onions and peppers. It caused alot of global warming!:laugh:

Menudo (soup)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The soup menudo is a traditional Ecuadorian & Mexican dish; a frequently spicy soup made with tripe. It is often thought of as a cure for a hangover, and is traditionally served on special occasions or with family.

In pre-revolutionary Mexico, poverty among the campesinos was chronic, and little if anything that might be prepared as food was left to waste. Usually, the best cuts of meat would go to the hacienda owners while the offal went to the peons. These leftovers consisted of organ meats, brains, head, tails, hooves, etc. As cattle and sheep are ruminants that require lengthy intestinal tracts to digest their diet of grasses and raw seeds, the stomach is one of the largest pieces of offal available from these animals.

That's just WRONG!:nono::nono::nono:

rhertz 11-29-2007 12:25 AM

I used to eat "gizzard gumbo" down south in Cameron Parish while duck hunting in the 70's.... I'm not much for eating organs, but duck gizzards is pretty good organs!! At least when prepared by a true cajun. LOL, I also like fried chicken livers... Fried Chicken gizzards are a little chewy for me. Necks are good, not much meat but good in a gumbo.. Are "necks" counted as organs? :D

Morpheus 11-29-2007 08:50 AM

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Originally Posted by rhertz (Post 25588)
I used to eat "gizzard gumbo" down south in Cameron Parish while duck hunting in the 70's.... I'm not much for eating organs, but duck gizzards is pretty good organs!! At least when prepared by a true cajun. LOL, I also like fried chicken livers... Fried Chicken gizzards are a little chewy for me. Necks are good, not much meat but good in a gumbo.. Are "necks" counted as organs? :D

I don't think necks count as an organ. However, I too enjoy fried chicken livers. To make them sound more palatable to the uneducated observer, I often refer to them as "dark meat chicken nuggets".

Isaac-Saxxon 11-29-2007 09:05 AM

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Originally Posted by Morpheus (Post 25597)
I don't think necks count as an organ. However, I too enjoy fried chicken livers. To make them sound more palatable to the uneducated observer, I often refer to them as "dark meat chicken nuggets".

The other dark meat ! Ever have that giblet gravy :lick:

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Morpheus 11-29-2007 09:13 AM

No, I begged for it, but Mrs. Morph was busy with other more utilitarian offerings. Maybe next year.

rhertz 11-29-2007 01:21 PM

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Originally Posted by Isaac-Saxxon (Post 25599)
Ever have that giblet gravy :lick:

yes and I love it. Probably because I never made it from scratch. I always toss out the giblet bags. I might try it next year. After that, I might not want it anymore. I did make homemade gravy this year, just not with giblets...


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