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Old 01-10-2010, 09:30   #91
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Originally Posted by RiverRat View Post
. MarkJ, does yours still have the hoof attached? Either way, I hope you have a good recipe for red beans and rice to use it with.
Yes, indeed! It real authentic! I do prefer when they pull back from the authenticity for tourists like me – and CHOP the friggin’ foot off!!!!!!!!!

I bet I’ll get some Spanyard (next to the Main Yard) on this boat who decides to make me dinner of my own hoof. I don’t want no hoof. Sea Life should be hoof free. Its fattening.

Can’t all these foreigners around the world take a note and de-gizzard the chickens? Behead them too? It might look like that in the Farm Yard but I’m not culturally sensitive! I just want to look at your historical sites, not eat the way you do and speak to locals. Wheres McD’s?


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Old 01-10-2010, 11:26   #92
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Mark's ham is dried ham (neither smoked nor cooked) and not normally used for cooking. It is eaten mostly as a 'tapa'.

Anyway, the end of the line is THERE and I was here first ... ;-))) who knows, maybe he will not have eaten all of it before he comes down to HERE.


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I donít want no hoof. Sea Life should be hoof free. Its fattening.
For me, fattening, would be the least of the reasons to be hoof free!

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