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April 25, 2005

TOURISM ADVICE

When visiting Milwaukee, it's best to take your own food.

(Thanks to Scott Cook)

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Sounds like a password phrase: "The Swedish Fish are rarely stale."

This does not: "Tony's Tavern has nuts under a warmer."

How many other hands touched those pepperonis and for how long? heheheheh..hee hee

firts?

and just below the article, comments - pickled turkey gizzards

excuse me, I'm green and need to find the facilities

I'm marrying John.

The herring, I can look past.
The stale swedish fish? Fine.

But for the sake of all that is tasty and edible, pickled eggs and raw sirloin?

There's something very wrong with those people.

*firts?---FIRTS?!.......damn!


*hangs head in shame and shuffles off to sit in corner....sniff*

Thanks, Judi,
I already had lunch. Pickled Pigs Feet with a slab of Souse as a side.
Sweet tea of course. Chitlins as an appetizer.
YUM!

Ummm, "Frank's foot-delivered fare"?!!

Isn't there some kind of journalism rule that says you can't include a phrase like that in a story without explaining what the hell you're talking about?!

If there isn't, there should be.

*firts?---FIRTS?!.......damn!


*hangs head in shame and shuffles off to sit in corner....sniff*

The herring, I can look past.
The stale swedish fish? Fine.

But for the sake of all that is tasty and edible, pickled eggs and raw sirloin?

There's something very wrong with those people.

There's some kind of strange split-double-posting phenomenon afoot on the Daveblog today...

*cue Twilight Zone music*

Anybody remember Lucy eating pickled herring dipped in a chocolate shake when she was pregnant?

Morty, please come out of the corner. Best laugh of the morning!

Di, how can you look past Swedish fish, when it's "rarely stale" and it comes from a candy counter?

Your eyes must be better than mine....

Thanks Snorting,
Between that an the the ol' double post, I think I could use another snort myself.

I am from Arkansas and I wouldn't eat herring if you rolled in corn meal and deep fried it.

Thanks Snorting,
Between that an the the ol' double post, I think I could use another snort myself.

I am from Arkansas and I wouldn't eat herring if you rolled in corn meal and deep fried it.

"the haggard stepmother of sushi?"

I thought that was my mother-in-law...

There's some kind of strange split-double-posting phenomenon afoot on the Daveblog today...

*cue Twilight Zone music*

I know Targetgirl, I'm scared, hold me.

qetzal, I was only able to look past the rarely stale fish because I was looking forward to the all meat sammich being served in its natural state.

*turns green*

*faints*

"The time has come, my monkey said
to speak of tiny thongs--
of cuffs and whips and lubricant--
of cabbages and condoms.
"

I love Braunschweiger ! With a slice of Swiss cheese, mayo on the cheese side, mustard on the
Braunschweiger side - great sandwich!
(even though I had to copy and paste the Braun-word, which I'm tired of doing) - so -
That is all.

Oh come on! Give me a break!

Y'all sound like a bunch of wusses (wussi?) that would order Steak Tartare well-done ...

Raw fish, on the other hand ... tnx but no tnx ... (I hear its got worms ...)

Oh come on! Give me a break!

Y'all sound like a bunch of wusses (wussi?) that would order Steak Tartare well-done ...

Raw fish, on the other hand ... tnx but no tnx ... (I hear its got worms ...)

I love raw herring, pickled or in sour cream. Yum!

I love Steak Tartare, as well. And Braunschweiger sandwiches, with tomatoes and onions. And fried bologna sandwiches with Fritos IN the sandwich.

I've been introduced to some weird foods in my life and tasted all of it. Most of it I liked.

I'm having Pepian for lunch today - the national dish of Guatemala - one of the ingredients in the sauce is burnt tomatoes - and it's essential to the taste that they be burnt.

BTW, the chick in the picture looks like she bought her wig at Porn Stars 'R' Us.

Carpaccio, baby.

Need I say more?

Those of us of the Latin persuasion really enjoy interesting foods as well. We have the delicious Menudo, which my uncle likes to call "gut soup", and we also love chicharrones - fried pork rinds. Or as my sister sez, "fat, fried in fat, salted." Ummm, healthy !!!

El. - whilst still in S. Florida I served time on a jury, we weren't sequestered but during deliberations, some U.S. Marshal would go buy our lunch orders. Anyway, I had run through the 'normal' sandwiches on the menu and ordered braunschweiger. You never saw such looks as I got from the other jury members, you'd have thought I was Hannibal Lecter.

Oh, and congrats on the getting posted!

*El and insom start a grass roots movement for a National braunschweiger Day*

The main brand of braunschweiger sold in supermarkets across the US is Oscar Meyer - how un-American can it be?

I wish I was an Oscar Meyer Braunschweiger
That is what I really want to be
Cuz if I were an Oscar Meyer Braunschweiger
No one would ever mess with me!

ba-da-bum.

My favorite food from my world travels...

san-nakji
산낙지 - raw (small) octopus, the legs are still moving and the suction cups sick to the inside of your mouth. It's great!

try the sheer joy of tschav!

A little off topic and I probably will never stumble into this site again... but Peanut butter and dill pickle sandwiches are great. And if you don't have dill pickles many hot pepper varieties are also good. But sty away from the Habenero class of peppers can you imaging peanute butter mixed with habenero juice stuck to the roof of your mouth?

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