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Message 1268 - Posted: 25 Nov 2018, 19:43:41 UTC
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This Establishment is for all to enjoy. First round of drinks are on the house.

There is a nice and warm wood burning fireplace in the back. All food is sans calories, fat, and anything else that is considered "bad" for us - BUT, retains the full flavor of the real thing! :-)

Everyone enjoy the new Pub. :-)

Violators of the Double Posting Rule of TLPTPHW Thread:

A Tab will be opened for you to purchase drinks for the rest of us. Bar Tabs are due in full at the end of every month.

[EDIT:] Payments accepted are Starfleet Credits, Colonial Cubits, Gold Pressed Latinum, Rare Gems, and Centauri Duckets.


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Message 1269 - Posted: 26 Nov 2018, 2:16:33 UTC

I'm going to start tonight with a Grangestone 12 Yr Scotch. :-)

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Message 1271 - Posted: 26 Nov 2018, 11:36:54 UTC - in response to Message 1269.  

I'm going to start tonight with a Grangestone 12 Yr Scotch. :-)

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Nope no Scotch for me thanks, I'm a bourbon guy but not neat!!
I do like a small splash of Bourbon in my evening flavored coffee.
When I go out drinking I usually drink a Margarita on the rocks, I seem to be able to drink more than a few of those without too much problem.
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Message 1272 - Posted: 26 Nov 2018, 13:19:36 UTC - in response to Message 1271.  

I'm going to start tonight with a Grangestone 12 Yr Scotch. :-)

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Nope no Scotch for me thanks, I'm a bourbon guy but not neat!!
I do like a small splash of Bourbon in my evening flavored coffee.
When I go out drinking I usually drink a Margarita on the rocks, I seem to be able to drink more than a few of those without too much problem.

Well, Grangestone has a Bourbon Cask Scotch that tastes just like JD Single Barrel 133 Proof; but, the Grangestone is only 41% Alcohol. It's how I got started with Scotches... ;-) :-)

I HIGHLY recommend the Grangestone Bourbon Cask if you are a Bourbon guy. (Total Wine and More carries a 1.75L bottle of Bourbon Cask for about $54 here in CA.)


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Message 1339 - Posted: 24 Dec 2018, 13:48:30 UTC

I'll have a 4-Egg Omelette with Cheddar cheese, sliced baby bell peppers, mushrooms, red onion, and spinach, topped with medium hot salsa. A large V8, and large water too, please. :-)


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Message 1346 - Posted: 28 Dec 2018, 12:22:14 UTC - in response to Message 1272.  

I'm going to start tonight with a Grangestone 12 Yr Scotch. :-)

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Nope no Scotch for me thanks, I'm a bourbon guy but not neat!!
I do like a small splash of Bourbon in my evening flavored coffee.
When I go out drinking I usually drink a Margarita on the rocks, I seem to be able to drink more than a few of those without too much problem.

Well, Grangestone has a Bourbon Cask Scotch that tastes just like JD Single Barrel 133 Proof; but, the Grangestone is only 41% Alcohol. It's how I got started with Scotches... ;-) :-)

I HIGHLY recommend the Grangestone Bourbon Cask if you are a Bourbon guy. (Total Wine and More carries a 1.75L bottle of Bourbon Cask for about $54 here in CA.)
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I will ask my son he's a bourbon snob, I got him a bottle of Buffalo Trace and he and his buddies finished half of it in one night. I bought another bottle and my younger son polished off half of it in 2 nights by himself, I had a sip and it's not for me. I also got a bottle of The Duke, a John Wayne recipe, and my younger son said it tastes like Jack Daniels.
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Message 1347 - Posted: 28 Dec 2018, 12:26:15 UTC - in response to Message 1339.  

I'll have a 4-Egg Omelette with Cheddar cheese, sliced baby bell peppers, mushrooms, red onion, and spinach, topped with medium hot salsa. A large V8, and large water too, please. :-)
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Don't forget the OJ!!! I used to eat ALOT of eggs and when I got my bloodwork back they made me get a colonoscopy because my Iron was soooo low they were convinced it was leaking into my colon. I told them it wasn't but they didn't believe me until they did the procedure and said I was clean. Turns out eating egg yolks binds with the Iron in the body and whoosh out the Iron goes!! The only way to stop that is to drink OJ at the same time you eat your eggs yolks. I know take an Iron pill with Vitamin C included just to keep mine in the normal range, to get it back up they had me taking 3 pills per day and it still took 2 years to get it back into the normal range.
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Message 1424 - Posted: 15 Jan 2019, 15:51:44 UTC

I think I'll have another 4-Egg Omelette, same as the last, but also add bacon and sausage. And, a large V8 and large water too, please. (No orange juice... Too much sugar.)


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Message 1426 - Posted: 16 Jan 2019, 13:29:41 UTC

Oooooh.... a new hangout. Cool! :)
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Message 1430 - Posted: 17 Jan 2019, 10:48:37 UTC - in response to Message 1426.  

Oooooh.... a new hangout. Cool! :)

Welcome Annie. πŸ˜€
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Message 1447 - Posted: 22 Jan 2019, 16:52:45 UTC

Thank you, TL :)

I'm supposed to be in the shop across the road buying something but I can't remember what.
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Message 1449 - Posted: 22 Jan 2019, 19:54:20 UTC

boinc went AWOL. It waited for me to write out a post though... just not post it.
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Message 1451 - Posted: 22 Jan 2019, 23:28:02 UTC

Someone is pouring drams of Scotch I hear. By chance have some Glenlivet Nadurra 16 Yr? As I have yet to find it at my local liquor stores and I've been told to try it :)
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Message 1452 - Posted: 23 Jan 2019, 0:12:36 UTC - in response to Message 1451.  

Someone is pouring drams of Scotch I hear. By chance have some Glenlivet Nadurra 16 Yr? As I have yet to find it at my local liquor stores and I've been told to try it :)


CAN'T seem to get the image of it from here: Glenlivet Nadurra 16 Yr - 750ml bottle to Upload to imgur... 😞 I was going to go from imgur and paste an img Link here....

Anyway, pouring you 2 Oz of Glenlivet Nadurra now. (Neat, no ice, no water.)


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Message 1526 - Posted: 19 Feb 2019, 17:57:54 UTC

BOINC is a page not found, and seti is a maintenance notice so YAY for collatz! :)

Hello people :)
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Message 1530 - Posted: 21 Feb 2019, 21:48:33 UTC

I'll have a Reuben on Pumpernickel, no sauce. I'll also have a Whisky glass filled with 2 Oz of 50 Year Old Balvenie.

SEE THIS: 50 Year Old Balvenie Scotch. (DON'T FAINT AT SEEING THE PRICE!!!)


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Message 1663 - Posted: 12 Apr 2019, 16:28:01 UTC

I'll have a shot of that 50 Yr. Old Balvenie on Mikey!!!! πŸ˜‰πŸ˜€πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜„πŸ˜


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Message 1670 - Posted: 13 Apr 2019, 12:47:44 UTC - in response to Message 1663.  

I'll have a shot of that 50 Yr. Old Balvenie on Mikey!!!! πŸ˜‰πŸ˜€πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜„πŸ˜
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Good thing I don't drink Scotch!! That stuff is EXPENSIVE!!
I'm a bourbon guy and not even the expensive stuff either, I never learned to sip so don't appreciate the nuances.
I mix mine with ginger ale or put some into my coffee so the MUCH cheaper stuff works for me, Canadian Club or
Crown Royal is what I usually get.
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Message 1678 - Posted: 16 Apr 2019, 20:03:08 UTC

You like omelettes and whisky, TimeLord04?

If you wanna create something different...
put some whisky into the omelette. Tasts good although most of the alcohol will vanish while cooking your omelette.
If you prefer a "softer" yellow color of your omelette you may add some condense milk.
Another possibility: add some "good" red wine. I prefer red wine from Napa Valley. Tasts good and gives your ommelette an intense color. But do not overdo it! Or your yellow omelette will become... more red... ;)

I also add young Gouda cheese (I prefer young Gouda). I buy fresh Gouda in the Netherlands (just a 60-70 minutes drive away). Tastes better than the chesse I can buy here.

I like to vary recipes or even try something... different.
If you like a more picant version of your omelette: add a FEW(really just a few!) drops of Tabasco sauce.
I do not like chili sauce. If you like chili sauce - try it.
Other possible ingredients: Worcestershire sauce, some Madeira or whatever you want.

If you like it Japanese: try Tonkatsu sauce (tasts like Worcestershire sauce), some soy sauce or real Japanese Teriyaki sauce (not the sesame thing you can buy throughout the US). Please note that there is a cooking technique used in the Japanese cuisine also named Teriaki.
Please be careful: Teriyaki cuisine uses soy sauce, mirin and sugar (be aware of possible allergies). Not everybody likes a more sweety omelette.
I buy Japanese products in Germany in neighboring state capital Dusseldorf where you can find one of the largest Japanese community in Europe with many interesting Japanese shops. Not cheap but... excellente.

Bon appΓ©tit!

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Message 1680 - Posted: 17 Apr 2019, 0:36:21 UTC - in response to Message 1678.  

You like omelettes and whisky, TimeLord04?

If you wanna create something different...
put some whisky into the omelette. Tasts good although most of the alcohol will vanish while cooking your omelette.
If you prefer a "softer" yellow color of your omelette you may add some condense milk.
Another possibility: add some "good" red wine. I prefer red wine from Napa Valley. Tasts good and gives your ommelette an intense color. But do not overdo it! Or your yellow omelette will become... more red... ;)

I also add young Gouda cheese (I prefer young Gouda). I buy fresh Gouda in the Netherlands (just a 60-70 minutes drive away). Tastes better than the chesse I can buy here.

I like to vary recipes or even try something... different.
If you like a more picant version of your omelette: add a FEW(really just a few!) drops of Tabasco sauce.
I do not like chili sauce. If you like chili sauce - try it.
Other possible ingredients: Worcestershire sauce, some Madeira or whatever you want.

If you like it Japanese: try Tonkatsu sauce (tasts like Worcestershire sauce), some soy sauce or real Japanese Teriyaki sauce (not the sesame thing you can buy throughout the US). Please note that there is a cooking technique used in the Japanese cuisine also named Teriaki.
Please be careful: Teriyaki cuisine uses soy sauce, mirin and sugar (be aware of possible allergies). Not everybody likes a more sweety omelette.
I buy Japanese products in Germany in neighboring state capital Dusseldorf where you can find one of the largest Japanese community in Europe with many interesting Japanese shops. Not cheap but... excellente.

Bon appΓ©tit!

Manfred

Thank you for the suggestions for Omelettes, Manfred. (Love the Yoda Avatar, btw.) I should NOT try the Teriyaki technique, as SUGAR is out of the question. (I'm on Atkins' Plan - Doctor approved, and sugar is eliminated from the diet.) Red wine is out, for me, as I'm allergic to the natural salicylates - they give me VERY bad acid reflux.

I DO like EXTRA Spicy, so sometimes I add Jalapenos and Sriracha Hot Sauce. I've never tried Worcestershire Sauce, that could be interesting.


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