Saturday, September 6, 2008

Baal Worship in North Carolina. With weeping and moaning

Viral: Via Discarded Lies, via Confederate Yankee:



Thank goodness, they're 'doing it' for the trees. I'd hate to have that kind of help for the sheeple. I have but one quibble: We indeed have a deep craving in America, for some Trees n' Cheese! Oh yeah, my kids' favorite: Broccoli and Cheese Sauce.

9 comments:

  1. Made ME want to scream.

    Yes, we've lost our identity.

    And, in some cases, our minds.

    I also LOVE broccoli with cheese sauce.

    Can't say I've ever heard anyone allude to the vibrant life of a rock.

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  2. I guess how much life force inhabiting a rock depends on how fast the rock is moving when thrown through a McDonald's window, and then the question for them becomes: Did the rock feel any pain? Never mind that the person with the sparkly glass coated rock embedded in his skull might be feeling a wee bit of ouchiness, though. The important thing is the broccoli with the cheese sauce. I you make this, use a light cream Bechamel sauce and add shredded Monterrey Jack cheese for a truly smooth tree covered eating experience. Tonight's meal: Parmesan crusted chicken tenders with marinara dipping sauce, buttered egg noodles, with or without the pesto sauce...kid-friendly meal, tonight....followed by a brownie cookie pie. (Chocolate brownie with splotches of chocolate chip cookie dough baked into a pie plate.Cut into wedges, serve with 'niller ice cream!

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  3. What the heck did I just write? Oy gevalt. I you make this? I shame myself. It should read IF you make this, etc. etc.

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  4. Yes, I knew that. LOL. At least you're not HAUD. What the Hell is Bechamel sauce?

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  5. Sorry, Haid, I assume that simple cooking procedures are universally known. Bechamel sauce is a white sauce which serves as a base for a lot of delicious home made sauces and gravies. It is 2 tablespoons of butter, melted, 2 tablespoons of flour blended in, and when it begins to thicken and bubble, slowly add 2 cups of milk. Season it with salt, pepper, a pinch of nutmeg and a dollop of dijon mustard. I added 1 and a half cups of shredded Monterrey jack to mine and poured it over steamed broccoli. Dinner was a rousing success, too. Except the fartling doesn't like white cheese sauce. I KURSE YOU KRAFT MAC N CHEESE for ruining my child's taste buds! You can do all kinds of things with a bechamel sauce. Add garlic and tarragon and stir in chunks of cooked chicken and mixed veggies and make a pot pie with it. Or an a la King. It is also much like an alfredo sauce. A little different. You can add chipped beef, sauteed diced onions and parsley to make a chipped beef gravy on a nice fluffy home made biscuit...or toast. If you substitute bacon drippings or sausage drippings and add flour and milk to it, you get a good sausage or bacon gravy. You can even add white wine instead of milk and get a 'beure blanc' sauce, but you add the butter to the flour and wine mix after it is gently bubbling on a low heat. A lot you can do with just a white sauce. It is the basis of the original Macaroni and cheese Thomas Jefferson had originally made.

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  6. How presumptive of them to assume trees to be masculine. If I was a female tree I'd drop a limb on the screamers and tell then to shut the hell up.

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  7. Maybe, lynndeepoo, its all the wood that confuses them.

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  8. I'm with the fartling. Kraft is easier. I don't make anything with more than two steps, and one of them is usually pushing the "start" button on the microwave. ;)

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  9. Then you don't mind microwaving your shoes and eating them, Mr. Haid! Because that's what food that has been unlovingly microwaved tastes like.

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