The Roadfooder's Creed

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2003/07/03 11:09:40 (permalink)

The Roadfooder's Creed

I recently came across this photograph of what I consider to be the ideal "ROADFOODER CREED". Your additional comments or captions are cordially invited !

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    Bushie
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    RE: The Roadfooder's Creed 2003/07/03 12:49:29 (permalink)
    " /> Mr. Mayor, I'm shocked...SHOCKED!!
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    RE: The Roadfooder's Creed 2003/07/03 15:46:27 (permalink)
    Makes pretty good sense to me.

    Unfortunately the potatoes are more on my diet than the tasty animals.

    Paul E. Smith
    Knoxville, TN
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    RE: The Roadfooder's Creed 2003/07/03 15:48:44 (permalink)
    I found the coolest Columbia Sportswear long-sleeved t-shirt a few weeks ago:

    "Become one with nature; then marinate and grill it".

    Eric, Who Is A Member of PETA (People Eating Tasty Animals)
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    RE: The Roadfooder's Creed 2003/07/03 15:50:16 (permalink)
    ...amen.
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    RE: The Roadfooder's Creed 2003/07/03 16:20:20 (permalink)
    Mr. Mayor - You better watch out, those PETA people are going to come after you!

    I love the sign. I am tired of the "What would Jesus eat" and all of the billboards of the same ilk posted around town.

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    RE: The Roadfooder's Creed 2003/07/03 16:30:39 (permalink)
    Is Ted Nugent a partner in that restaurant?
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    RE: The Roadfooder's Creed 2003/07/03 16:44:23 (permalink)
    Lone Star, you better be careful as the Mayor is our future moderator and you could get cut off at the pass.

    Regarding "What would Jesus Eat?" I study the bible regularly and I was encouraged when Jesus turned the water into wine. He could have made a bad choice and elected Diet Pepsi, Dr. Pepper or even worse some type of Kool-Aide.

    When he created all the fishes, I knew PETA was finished.

    Paul E. Smith
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    RE: The Roadfooder's Creed 2003/07/03 17:44:11 (permalink)
    Good Work, Al the Mayor
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    RE: The Roadfooder's Creed 2003/07/03 17:52:30 (permalink)
    Hi all,

    First time poster, long time lurker. That sign is actually located in my neck of the woods: Greenville, SC. The restaurant advertised, Saskatoon's, is a place that features wild and exotic game on the menu. I've only been there once for my junior prom actually. Had the ostrich which to me tasted like a very lean steak. Very very tasty. They also serve bear and, I believe, gazelle.
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    RE: The Roadfooder's Creed 2003/07/03 17:55:58 (permalink)
    Thanks for the locator, Improviser, Welcome to the boards...I got the photo from a friend, and he didn't tell me where it was.

    I hate to think that I left you veggie-freaks out of the humor, so I am searching for something to brighten your day also.
    BTW for all of your info...the deal on the Moderator thing is not closed yet. I did talk with Stephen via email and it is strictly a "Police the Boards" for off-topic and gross-outs. I have no problem with that and will await word from the Management concerning their decision. There has NOT been any discussion of regional boards or sub-sets, but I have read the comments of some of you about that and agree , if it is possible we should consider it.
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    RE: The Roadfooder's Creed 2003/07/03 17:58:18 (permalink)
    I had the Ostrich in Knoxville at Regas several years ago. That was my first and last. I paid a lot of money and quite frankly, I would rather had a big Mac. For some reason, wild game does not get it with me. Perhaps it is the way my taste has been developed, due to being grain fed. I cannot enjoy it any other way.

    Paul E. Smith
    Knoxville, TN
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    RE: The Roadfooder's Creed 2003/07/03 18:03:14 (permalink)
    Mayor, the job you are talking about is not my cup of tea. I enjoy responding and talking about topics, but to be the police of off topics and other offending topics is something I do not want to be a part of.

    I believe you would be the best as you enjoy good political reponses and you can bring responders back to the point. You are excellent at what you do and I support you.

    Paul E. Smith
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    RE: The Roadfooder's Creed 2003/07/03 21:40:48 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Lone Star
    I love the sign. I am tired of the "What would Jesus eat" and all of the billboards of the same ilk posted around town.


    I once saw a t-shirt: "WWJD...for a Klondike bar?"

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    RE: The Roadfooder's Creed 2003/07/04 00:01:41 (permalink)
    A comic who himself is a Vegan said this...."It's not that we dislike eating meat ....We just hate Vegetables More!" I thought that was just too funny!
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    RE: The Roadfooder's Creed 2003/07/04 03:09:01 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by meowzart

    quote:
    Originally posted by Lone Star
    I love the sign. I am tired of the "What would Jesus eat" and all of the billboards of the same ilk posted around town.


    I once saw a t-shirt: "WWJD...for a Klondike bar?"




    I am falling off my chair laughing
    - Elise, who is still getting over what the nuns did do her
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    RE: The Roadfooder's Creed 2003/07/04 11:37:41 (permalink)
    Improvisor- Do they sell T shirts?? There used to a place online where you could buy 'PETA-People Eating Tasty Animals' shirts..but they do not carry them any more...I have a feeling that the real PETA got after them with hteir lawyers! Now I have to be satisfied with designing my own on www.zazzle.com....
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    RE: The Roadfooder's Creed 2003/07/04 14:27:52 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by EliseT

    I am falling off my chair laughing
    - Elise, who is still getting over what the nuns did do her



    Elise,
    I knew there was something about you that the inner me felt sympatico with!

    Ocdreamr - who will never own a pair of paten leather shoes or sit on a boys lap without a phone book!
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    RE: The Roadfooder's Creed 2003/07/04 14:40:39 (permalink)
    Maybe this merits a fresh topic elsewhere, but I think we've stumbled on The Problem With Game....

    Food Truths:

    1) Fat is flavor.

    2) Game is, for the most part, exceptionally lean.

    If you agree on 1 and 2, it must follow that game is going to be dry and flavorless in its natural state, and it must have things done to it (larding, barding, basting, marinating, poaching in butter) to make it worth the bother.

    Eric, Who Loves The Gamey Taste, But Can't Abide Dry
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    RE: The Roadfooder's Creed 2003/07/04 16:27:02 (permalink)
    Eric,
    If #1 and #2 are valid,Then I am The ultimate Hickory-Smoked Whole-Hog BBQ in flavor....and the closest thing I approach in the Game Spectrum is a Little League Tee Ball game !!! (only posted to swing the topic back to it's slightly disturbed course )
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    RE: The Roadfooder's Creed 2003/07/04 16:29:43 (permalink)
    The game is to complicated for me

    Paul E. Smith
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    RE: The Roadfooder's Creed 2003/07/04 19:58:06 (permalink)
    I'm pretty sure I lost the game years ago.

    Eric, Not Even Sure He Showed Up To The Right Field
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    RE: The Roadfooder's Creed 2003/07/06 22:16:04 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by ocdreamr

    quote:
    Originally posted by EliseT

    I am falling off my chair laughing
    - Elise, who is still getting over what the nuns did do her



    Elise,
    I knew there was something about you that the inner me felt sympatico with!

    Ocdreamr - who will never own a pair of paten leather shoes or sit on a boys lap without a phone book!


    Now we use the phone book to call for take-out!
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    RE: The Roadfooder's Creed 2003/07/19 17:19:22 (permalink)
    I recently saw a bumper sticker that said, "If God Didn't Want People To Eat Animals He Wouldn't Have Made Them Out Of Meat." I was laughing so hard I almost drove off the road.
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    RE: The Roadfooder's Creed 2003/08/19 01:13:30 (permalink)
    I live in Greenville, sc, and eat at saskatoons quite a bit, if your ever this way you must check it out, I always get the elk tenderloin....this place is a great place to dine. God gave us the animals to eat, most of them anyway. Great billboard, I know the peta people hate it.
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    RE: The Roadfooder's Creed 2003/08/19 04:33:07 (permalink)
    It's still hard to believe that those beautiful animals you see on a farm are those delicious meals on your plate. But even so, I have never thought about becoming a vegetarian. Meat is just too good.
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    RE: The Roadfooder's Creed 2003/08/19 09:38:40 (permalink)
    I saw a bumpersticker-

    I love animals...they're delicious !!!

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    RE: The Roadfooder's Creed 2003/08/19 12:40:45 (permalink)
    GREAT billboard, Mr. Mayor......oh, and could I please have more moose?
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    RE: The Roadfooder's Creed 2003/08/19 13:55:30 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by VibrationGuy

    I found the coolest Columbia Sportswear long-sleeved t-shirt a few weeks ago:

    "Become one with nature; then marinate and grill it".

    Eric, Who Is A Member of PETA (People Eating Tasty Animals)


    I belong to the same branch of PETA. As I've said many times, if God hadn't wanted man to eat animals he wouldn't have madew them out of meat.
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    RE: The Roadfooder's Creed 2003/08/19 14:01:32 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by VibrationGuy

    Maybe this merits a fresh topic elsewhere, but I think we've stumbled on The Problem With Game....

    Food Truths:

    1) Fat is flavor.

    2) Game is, for the most part, exceptionally lean.

    If you agree on 1 and 2, it must follow that game is going to be dry and flavorless in its natural state, and it must have things done to it (larding, barding, basting, marinating, poaching in butter) to make it worth the bother.

    Eric, Who Loves The Gamey Taste, But Can't Abide Dry



    With very few exceptions (Genoa salami, prociutto, lobsters, etc.) I eat nothing but game meat and gamefish that I have hunted and caught.

    Unless I overcook something I never have dry or flavorless meat.
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