Introduce your self here (newbie)

Hi, I am Jason Hennessey from Atlanta, GA & I'm new to this site. I am a new comer & have just put forward my first step in the vast & fast world of Internet & Web. I don't have much knowledge but would like to gain & share whatever i have.

I'm positively looking forward to the forum and its members, hope all will guide, share and help me to increase my knowledge.
Hope we get to meet here, and talked about cool stuffs about our passions and if there's any concerns you think i could answer, please do leave me a message.
'Till next time guys.. :D

 

 

 

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Welcome to Crankyland!

Coaster's picture

If you plan to learn anything from this collection of nitwits, you may be sadly disappointed.  But welcome just the same. 

Hey, don't scare off the new blood!

Rajah's picture

Bring more women please!

Welcome to Crankyland, JasonOne

Mal_Content's picture

Feel free to spill your guts.  All this movie talk is getting boring.

Mal

Yeah. Don't be skeered.

Foo's picture

Put a foot in the water.

I, for one, am keeping my feet out of the water.

Mal_Content's picture

At least until I find out what happened to all the bodies that used to belong to those washed-up feet.

They were delicious!

Rajah's picture

Sorry, I couldn't eat the feet. No matter how you cook 'em, feet still taste like feet.

Dude, feet...

Wulfgar's picture

...need special treatment.

 Read all the way through before starting prep.

 

1) Procure two human feet. wash thoroughly.

2) Remove the nails.

3) Snip off any bits that show signs of Athlete's Foot.

4) Soak overnight in the fridge in a brine (5 gal. water, 1½ cup salt, 1½ cup brown sugar).

5) Rinse, and steam for 1 hour on a bed of mustard greens and fresh rhubarb.

6) Transfer feet to a crockpot (discarding greens & rhubarb) and cook on low for 6 hours, with:

1 whole bay leaf

1 stem of fresh rosemary

3 whole cloves of roasted garlic

½ cup sun-dried tomatoes

¼ cup brown sugar

¼ olive oil

¼ cup bacon fat strained through cheesecloth

 

7) Take feet, brown under a broiler for 10 minutes. At the same time, strain and reduce cooking liquid by ½ (reserving sun-dried tomatoes).

 

Serve browned feet over wild rice/blue corn/brown rice blend (equal parts of each grain, boiled seperately in salt-free vegan vegetable stock -- available in finer supermarkets), fluffed and mixed together.

 

Garnish with reserved sun-dried tomatoes and ¼ cup quartered oil-cured Kalamata olives.

 

Serves 4-6 adults (assuming adult-sized feet).

 

Bon Appetit!

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~No, my young padawan; this one is mine.~

 

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gamerarocks's picture

I've found that for me step 5 is improved if you steam for one hour over mustard greens and then for one hour over fresh rhubarb.  The rhubarb somehow brings out the subtly of the mustard greens and heightens the enjoyment factor for the texture of feet afterwards; moreso than combining them.  I do prefer my rosemary off the stem though.

I didn't have the 1/4 cup of bacon fat, I'll have to include that in the future.  But I think stretching that out to serve 6 a step too far.

Impeach Jim Gibbons!

 

Was that Jason Hennesey I just heard running from this forum?

Coaster's picture

... Screaming in fear as he hurriedly left? 

Give some men an inch and they'll take a mile.  Give some Crankylanders a foot and they'll make a pot roast. 

Is it done yet?

Damn, Wulfie, that sounds good.

HS's picture

Yo tengo mucha hambre (literally, "I have much hunger," in Spanish).

 

HS

So. Show of hands.

Dr. Empirical's picture

If, when you heard about the creepy misogynist loser shooting up a roomful of women outside of Pittsburgh, the first thing you thought was "Grundle", raise your hand and shout out.

Grundle is not a real person

Dan_in_Cincinnati's picture

Are you?

{;-) Dan in Miami

He's an old basement poster

Coaster's picture

A genuine PhD, all around smart guy, folk music player and afficionado.  You and he have similar views in the Israeli Palestinian sandbox scuffle. 

Dr E probably doesn't remember me

Dan_in_Cincinnati's picture

We had a disagreement in the Cranky 1.0 forums a long time ago.  Can't remember what it was about anymore.

{;-) Dan (senility isn't such a bad thing) in Miami

Where have all the Crankylanders gone?

Rajah's picture

I find myself even missing grundle

I'm here, Rajah.

HS's picture

We need Mal and the other females (crickets chirp) to remove their tops and dance for us...or something.

 

HS

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