The Kitsch Kitchen

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RE: The Kitsch Kitchen 2003/12/07 11:21:42 (permalink)
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Originally posted by lleechef

YES!! SILLY!! The Frankfurter Spectacular and the Snappy Mackeral Casserole!!!!!!!!


I'm surprised they didn't make this at my brother's house at Thanksgiving...

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...for that relish tray my well-meaning-but-can't-cook-and-neither-can-any-of-her-relatives sister-in-law kept talking about over the phone, of course.
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RE: The Kitsch Kitchen 2003/12/18 12:15:46 (permalink)
I foudn a recipe in an old magazine for a Jell-O lettuce ring. It's lime Jell-O and lettuce. With tuna in the middle of the ring. I nearly died.
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RE: The Kitsch Kitchen 2003/12/18 17:58:05 (permalink)
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I foudn a recipe in an old magazine for a Jell-O lettuce ring. It's lime Jell-O and lettuce. With tuna in the middle of the ring. I nearly died.

Did someone say tuna? Call the cats in! They could just rip the lime Jello and the lettuce away and get down to the REAL FOOD.
Ok, that is very Kitschy. Love it. Maybe that would be a good accompaniament to the Snappy Mackeral Casserole!!!!
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RE: The Kitsch Kitchen 2003/12/20 07:36:11 (permalink)
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I'm pretty sure my wife would object, but I'd have to double check with her. Somedays, I'm not so much a prize.

As opposed to you, who of course, is perfect eveyday!


You know, if a second wife cooked like Llechef, wore my size and did windows, I might have to revise my backwards notions of one man one wife...


So, what you are saying, in that wacky Cali way, is I could have 3 wives? The one I currently adore, plus ET and Lleechef?

Clothier - looking for the sign up sheet.

Sounds good to me if the other two don't mind. Oh, and the sign up sheet is cleverly hidden somewhere under a kitsch dish. Will it be the Frankfurter Spectacular, the Celery Log, the Snappy Mackeral Casserole or the Lime Tuna Jello? When it's found contact ET or me and we'll see what we can do.
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RE: The Kitsch Kitchen 2003/12/20 17:04:43 (permalink)
It's not UNDER the dish; it's IN the dish...you have to eat your way to the prize in good Roadfooder style...hands behind your back...GO!!!
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RE: The Kitsch Kitchen 2003/12/20 22:46:36 (permalink)
HA! HA! Wrong pick! It wasn't the Frankfurter Spectacular!! Keep eating......
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RE: The Kitsch Kitchen 2003/12/20 23:11:00 (permalink)
You gotta ask ET, she's the Holy Roadhood Priestess and keeper of the grail, where the handcuff keys are.
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RE: The Kitsch Kitchen 2003/12/20 23:30:12 (permalink)
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Well, i can hold out for a while longer, until she gets here. I'll just keep eating. This lime tuna jello is yummy.

You still haven't found the sign up sheet? Sheesh, you are slow.
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RE: The Kitsch Kitchen 2003/12/21 02:07:17 (permalink)
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I think my life insurance is paid up, why do you ask?



Cuz with ET, mrs. clothier and me......well.....you just might need it there, pal!
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RE: The Kitsch Kitchen 2003/12/21 02:34:46 (permalink)
That covers "accidental" death and dismemberment, right?

Now I just have one more question...whose gonna do the dishes and windows???
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RE: The Kitsch Kitchen 2003/12/21 02:45:38 (permalink)
His wife, of course, silly! We're gonna cook, check out new Roadfood places and just generally annoy clothier!
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RE: The Kitsch Kitchen 2003/12/21 05:11:05 (permalink)
We'd better get our names on those insurance policies before he breaks the news to her!
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RE: The Kitsch Kitchen 2003/12/25 11:55:16 (permalink)
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Originally posted by clothier

Well, i can hold out for a while longer, until she gets here. I'll just keep eating. This lime tuna jello is yummy.


I wish you could see the picture of it! And that Snappy Mackerel Casserole sounds like just the thing to perk up my ladies luncheon!
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