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My Clan is a smallish family. Our surname is not like Johnson or Smith... My Son will be the last one of this part of the Family branch to carry on our part of the Ukrainian based family name. My only other male cousin with the same last name is a waste of skin that isn't worth the carbon required to keep him alive and is living with some drugged out shrew too old to produce another heir apparent.

Tonight we had a Family Game night. Everyone was tasked with bringing some kind of food stuff. I made a Texas Red Chili... Mild, but I also brought a variety of sauces from 500k Scoville to 1.2M Scoville.

Vodka is our default, but there was also bourbon, brandy, and rum...

Much fun was had by all, but I'm surprised how many of my family find ketchup "spicy". My Son and I are heat aficionados... Last Dab XXX sauce is an amazing sauce. Even the, relatively speaking, mild Tobasco Scorpion sauce went over well tonight.
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Rev. Dead Corpse wrote:
Sun Dec 06, 2020 1:18 am
My Clan is a smallish family. Our surname is not like Johnson or Smith... My Son will be the last one of this part of the Family branch to carry on our part of the Ukrainian based family name. My only other male cousin with the same last name is a waste of skin that isn't worth the carbon required to keep him alive and is living with some drugged out shrew too old to produce another heir apparent.
A good friend of mine calls this "a waste of biomass"
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Sun Dec 06, 2020 1:18 am


Much fun was had by all, but I'm surprised how many of my family find ketchup "spicy". My Son and I are heat aficionados... Last Dab XXX sauce is an amazing sauce. Even the, relatively speaking, mild Tobasco Scorpion sauce went over well tonight.
Much to AD`s surprise I can handle a lot of hot stuff. And I`m not the biggest hot n spicy eater.
The only traditional hot stuff we got in germany is mustard and pepper
Five gallons of beer? Interesting. And what was served for main course?
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Artful Drunktective wrote:
Mon Nov 30, 2020 12:43 pm
So after much reluctance, I finally agreed to try the German cuisine of mett (raw pork). And this is a big deal for me because I'm kind of weird about pork (unless it's bacon). Some jokes are that it's "German sushi" and "construction worker's marmalade". As hesitant as I was...it was surprisingly good on a nice crusty bread with raw onions. I could do this again for sure.
Have you heard of trichinosis? Never eat raw pork.
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Lush City wrote:
Sun Dec 06, 2020 9:53 pm
Artful Drunktective wrote:
Mon Nov 30, 2020 12:43 pm
So after much reluctance, I finally agreed to try the German cuisine of mett (raw pork). And this is a big deal for me because I'm kind of weird about pork (unless it's bacon). Some jokes are that it's "German sushi" and "construction worker's marmalade". As hesitant as I was...it was surprisingly good on a nice crusty bread with raw onions. I could do this again for sure.
Have you heard of trichinosis? Never eat raw pork.
Evidently Germans have not but I have. I can't believe I survived. Another notch on my "shit I survived" in life.
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A roasted chicken as fat as your mom`s ass, spread over a bedding of eggplant, tomato and various mediterian spices
Five gallons of beer? Interesting. And what was served for main course?
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