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Icon 1 posted February 29, 2000 12:32            Edit/Delete Post 
So mixing dweeb meat and geek meat is not kosher then?
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Icon 7 posted February 29, 2000 15:00      Profile for Quizmaster v.4.0     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
I can see it now:

Microsoftie: The Other White Meat.

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Blackheart
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Icon 1 posted March 01, 2000 10:09      Profile for Blackheart   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Does Relic have any good recipies for prairie dog? All I know how to cook is possum.

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Icon 1 posted March 01, 2000 10:27      Profile for GrumpySteen     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
aaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhh!

I was curious if there were recipes for prarie dog on the internet (hey, I'm at work and bored), so I went to Lycos and did a search for "prarie dog recipes". I reloaded and did the search again just to verify that lycos hadn't flaked out and given me a non-related link. The first link that comes up is just freaky looking.

(Note that the first link is a pornography site which I did not browse, being at work and going over a firewall that the IS department monitors. If such things offend you, don't do this search and don't follow the link.)


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Icon 1 posted March 02, 2000 07:59      Profile for supaboy     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Well, I'm at work, too. But seeing how I am the IS department (okay, half of the IS department...), I decided to check it out. All in the name of research, of course.

If you search on "prarie dog recipes", the first link is indeed a porn site. That's as far as I went- it's a pay site. Plus, the first link on the page said "Members click here", and frankly, I'm just not that kind of talented.

The other site was for a bookstore of some sort, but that URL doesn't point anywhere too useful.

You get different results if you spell it "prairie", though.


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Icon 12 posted March 02, 2000 11:37      Profile for AgentOBorg     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
quote:
Originally posted by Steen:
aaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhh!

I was curious if there were recipes for prarie dog on the internet (hey, I'm at work and bored), so I went to Lycos and did a search for "prarie dog recipes". I reloaded and did the search again just to verify that lycos hadn't flaked out and given me a non-related link. The first link that comes up is just freaky looking.


Call me a kill joy, but part of the problem might be spelling: the proper spelling is "prairie dog recipes" (not the "i" in "prairie") -- though I'm sure relic might recognize the "prarie" spell'n

Oh well -- its an intereresting result -- and appearently, and lot of people (writing those pages) also spell that way. (This is the same type of spelling I often do -- thank goodness for ispell!)


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Icon 6 posted March 02, 2000 13:46      Profile for RonDesVous     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Here is a recipe posted by connaisseurs


Native American Technology and Art
Rock Chuck
or
or Prairie Dog


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Offered by Chris
~ Shoshone-Bannock Nation ~
...who says 'Lots Of Folks Make This'

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Ingredients:

A rock chuck or prairie dog
An oven and
Foil


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Preparation:


Take the gutted animal, and burn off its hair.
Then wrap it in foil.
Put the package in the oven and bake until done.
The meat is greasy, stinky, but very soft and flavorful.
Note: i have seen this done, happily munched the product of other people's labor, but never did this myself. I do recommend an outside stove/dutch oven type arrangement (the smell). Perhaps someone else who has done this personally might want to submit some hints or ideas.

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Servings: a few?

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Thank you Chris, from Beadedweb, for sharing your Rock Chuck recipe with us - who's gonna be the first to try it!

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Icon 1 posted March 02, 2000 19:29      Profile for Blackheart   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
We ain't got no praire dogs 'round here.

Plenty o' possums though.

How to cook a possum:

1. Ketch you a possum.

1a. If you ain't sure what the critter has been eatin, make sure you keep him up in a cage for 2 weeks, and feed him up on buttermilk and cornbread.

2. Skin the critter, takin out the sweetbreads and removing the feet.

3. Roll the possum in a mix of ground corn mixed with sage rubbins and cayene grindins.

4. Stuff the cavity with peeled onions and and taters. Some folks use carrots too.

5. Put the possum in a covered dish and bake at 375' for an hour. If'n you don't preheat the oven bake for an hour and 15 mins.

6. for the last 15 mins, remove the lid and bake uncovered, to brown.


If'n you don't know how to ketch you a possum, call my cousin Elmer. He'll be glad to take you huntin and show you how.

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Icon 12 posted March 03, 2000 09:54      Profile for Tau Zero     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
OBjoke:

Q: How many West Virginians does it take to eat a possum?

A: Three. One to eat the possum, and two to watch for traffic.


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Icon 1 posted March 03, 2000 13:35      Profile for Blackheart   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
What do you call an armodillo in Texas?

Possum on the Half Shell.

Or a speed bump. I'm not sure which.

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