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#21 Digger

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Posted 25 April 2016 - 07:35 PM

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....love it! 

 

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15 Magical Harry Potter Cocktails to Charm Your Palate

 

http://mashable.com/...tter-cocktails/

 

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#22 BetsyGritt

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Posted 25 April 2016 - 08:00 PM

How about some barbecue beer-can chicken to go with that cocktail.
 
Gotta cook those Tory chickens just right.  :happy:
 
All you need do is stuff a can of beer up a chickens ass to get that full moist flavor.
 
Here's a recipe!
 
 
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Posted 09 May 2016 - 07:29 PM

Vodka infused Watermelon!
 
YUMMY!
 
 
 
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#24 BetsyGritt

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Posted 10 May 2016 - 12:22 PM

Vive le cocktail!

 

I like the gallery feature. I uploaded some favorites to try. Don't get too schnockered! Those Tories can be sooooo unforgiving.

 

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http://forum.chicken...cktail-recipes/

 

 

 

 


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#25 Jesse Jimmie

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Posted 13 May 2016 - 06:59 PM

Vive le cocktail!

 

I like the gallery feature. I uploaded some favorites to try. Don't get too schnockered! Those Tories can be sooooo unforgiving.

 

:Blow_Kiss:

 

http://forum.chicken...cktail-recipes/

 

 

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Thanks for the gallery, Betsy! Maybe I'll improvise a little later and try some of them out.  :dancing-hatching-chicken-smiley

 

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That beer can chicken recipe looks good too!

 

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#26 Feathers

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Posted 16 May 2016 - 06:50 AM

A Bloody Mary is a a doodle dotail frequently referred to as a "restorative" and consumed as a hangover cure.

 

But does it work?

 

Only one way to find out...

 

 

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http://www.cracked.c...4-bloody-marys/

 

 

Don't forget to crack an egg into it...

 

 

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Tickling feathers to your brain with a doodle dotails can cause problems the morning after.

 

7 a doodle dotails that will cure your hangover fast

 

https://lordsofthedr...-hangover-fast/

 

The amber moon looks tasty:

 

Amber Moon

90 ml whiskey or vodka
1 raw egg
Tabasco
Preparation: Pour the whiskey or vodka in a highball glass. Put in the egg and serve with a spoon and a bottle of tabasco. Add tabasco to taste while you stir.

 

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Posted 27 May 2016 - 04:18 PM

 

In 1779 a woman by the name of Betsy Flanagan owned a tavern near Yorktown, New York. Men from Washington's army used to hang out at this establishment to relax their worries and energize themselves with concoctions of alcohol known as bracers. Many of the officers used to tease old Betsy about the chickens that one of her close neighbors. Seems the neighbor was a Tory. Well, one day she decided to make them all eat their words.
 
Back in those days, no true patriot would buy anything from a Tory. It just wasn't done. Political correctness and all. So, Betsy arranged a wonderful chicken dinner for them. When they finished feasting on the delicious birds they continued their celebrations at the bar with more bracers. To their merriment they found each bottle or 'bracer' festooned with a a doodle do's tail from the Tory chicken farmers coop. They laughed and laughed and a toast was called for and one of the men (I think he was French) exclaimed:
 
"Vive le a doodle do tail"
 
Betsy was a popular gal it seems. Since that day forward all of Betsy's concoctions were known as a doodle dotails, a name that we still use today to describe the inebriating drinks we so love to imbibe from time to time.
 
 
 
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That's a good story! Had to do a little skimming...In those days taverns were meeting houses to foment conspiracies of all kinds. 

 

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The Original Green Dragon
 
Coined by Daniel Webster as the "Headquarters of the Revolution", the original Green Dragon Tavern served as the general meeting place and think tank for events that would eventually shape our great nation to this day.
 
 
It started in the Green Dragon Tavern. If a man ordered tea, he was a Tory. If he ordered coffee, he was a Patriot. It is not strange that no one could be found to identify the Mohawks. It was the same the year before in Rhode Island. Some Patriots dressed as Indians attacked the Gaspee in long boats. The British claimed that Brother Abraham Whipple (St. John's Lodge, No. 1, Providence) was the leader. They promised to hang him. Brother Whipple said they would have to catch him first.
 
George Washington, at age 22, was asked why he became a Mason. He said it was because he found them to be Leaders in the community.
 
Faneuil Hall and the Old South Meeting House still stand in Boston. The Green Dragon Tavern burned down years ago. The heritage lives on in a picture made in 1773. The artist had the fortitude to sign his name to the words: Where we met to Plan the Consignment of a few Shiploads of Tea. Dec 16, 1773. If Leaders in the community ever meet at the Green Dragon Tavern and sing the Rally Mohawks song for a television show, let them be sure that their makeup is on straight. 
 
 
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Posted 29 May 2016 - 10:44 AM

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Posted 31 May 2016 - 06:47 PM

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The rest of the whine hacks can be found at this link:
 
 
 
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Posted 01 June 2016 - 12:50 PM

 

 
 
The rest of the whine hacks can be found at this link:
 
 
 
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Make your own wine! 
 
Biodynamics & Wine: Or, What Poop, Crystals, and the Moon Have in Common
 
 
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