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I do hold a special place for those Trappist Monks, and especially appreciate and enjoy their products of labor which support their monasteries and order... 8)

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Jakub said:
I do hold a special place for those Trappist Monks, and especially appreciate and enjoy their products of labor which support their monasteries and order... 8)

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Then you have the Athonite ones, and their gifts of sweet nectar in the world... Or, at least the kind that come in clear bottles and clean you out ;)
 

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cleveland said:
So, did you read the threads?
I have two days off from Canadian Tire......I have to kill time like the rest of you somehow......not by imbibing adult beverages certainly.....yes I read them :D
 

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serb1389 said:
Canadian tire?  Do I even want to know? 

How come this thread is at the bottomn of the page!  you people... 
I'm sorry we don't meet up to your standards their, Serbski.
 

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Asteriktos said:
I guess everyone is finding order in their lives :)
Except our galaxy, which is about to have its order re-ordered by the impending collision (and by "impending," I mean in a few billion years).
 

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serb1389 said:
Which collision?  Some of us are not astro-nerds... ;)

Order is overated... ;D ;)

Except for this thread... ;D ;D ;D 
Order in this thread?  There is no order in this thread, except the hierarchy of the Synod of Spirits!

As for the collision, look here: http://www.orthodoxchristianity.net/forum/index.php/topic,12434.0.html

Besides the topic collision, there is also another collision discussed later in the thread (I know, this requires you to read... just grit your teeth and bear it).
 

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serb1389 said:
Canadian tire?  Do I even want to know? 

How come this thread is at the bottomn of the page!  you people...
Some days I don't even want to know....
 

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serb1389 said:
I might responde to the other thread...if I get motivated to actually read it. 

I read parts...but I need to read every detail cuz its pretty action packed... ;) ;D
Don't worry - the action doesn't get too intense for another billion years.... You should be halfway done with the thread by then :D
 

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So Serbski, with the unfortunate passing of the Patriarch of Romania, your patriarch now has no one else born in the same 20-year stretch with him amongst the heads of the Churches... How unfortunate, at the top and all alone.
 

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cleveland said:
So Serbski, with the unfortunate passing of the Patriarch of Romania, your patriarch now has no one else born in the same 20-year stretch with him amongst the heads of the Churches... How unfortunate, at the top and all alone.
Can't help that we're so Holy....

You know...our patriarch is considered a walking saint...

Might wanna re-think Oikonomoia, and try some Akrevia soon..... ;D ;D
 

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ozgeorge said:
Mmmmm...Rabbit stew....
If only it wasn't a fast.
Well, if they were any slower, it wouldn't be as much of a challenge to catch them to make the stew! :D
 

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By the way, what is a Frickasee?  Has anyone ever had a Frickasee?  It sounds...perky.  And where do they eat this stuff?

 

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Ian Lazarus said:
By the way, what is a Frickasee?  Has anyone ever had a Frickasee?  It sounds...perky.  And where do they eat this stuff?
I don't know if it means the same thing in English as it does in Greek; but Frickasee is a means of preparing/cooking the food, not a type of food itself.  So you could have Lamb Frickasee, or Chicken Frickasee, or whatever.
 

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cleveland said:
I don't know why you're amazed.

Mmmmmmm.... Opah Fish on Iron Chef America.
Iron Chef *American*?!?!

Chairmain Kaga all the way!  We just found a stash of original Iron Chef videos on line. The Sea Cucumber Battle was umm peculiar. We've also seen Iron Chef French Sakai drop 2 octopi and get nipped by a squid. Poor guy, he really dislikes slimy sea creatures.

"Allllleeezzz  Cuisine!!"

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Ebor said:
Iron Chef *American*?!?! 
I've only seen an episode or two of the original, and this was the only one of the America version that I've seen.  I personally find watching Food TV to be too much temptation - it has a way of igniting the appetite even a short time after having already eaten to my fill.
 

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Would you like the link to the Japanese "Iron Chef" videos?  They can be amazing.  I think it's safe that the Sea Cucumber Battle would not umm ignite any appetite.  But they can be alot of fun just for Chairman Kaga's over the top ways and the excited commentator and 'game analysis' and some of the amazing/bizarre/'where did THAT idea come from?" dishes.

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Ebor said:
But they can be alot of fun just for Chairman Kaga's over the top ways and the excited commentator and 'game analysis' and some of the amazing/bizarre/'where did THAT idea come from?" dishes. 
I wonder what they'd say in an Orthodox kitchen during lent...

"And, HOLY COW, she's pulled out weeds from the back yard and is beginning to steam them.  I have never in my 300 years of commentating seen anything like this!"
 

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What's wrong with bears?  Unless you mean the Chicago kind...
 
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