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Dec 6, 2018 11:37:41   #
Oldsailor65 (a regular here)
 
Pork Sausage Served at National Islam Conference

Officials in Berlin are apologizing and Muslim leaders are outraged after a scandal broke out at an Islamic conference being held in Germany.

The cause of the kerfuffle? Pork sausage was served as part of the buffet, which offended many Muslims whose religion treats the meat as forbidden.

It may seem like a silly incident, but the clash is actually highlighting a major fault line in the debate between multiculturalism and assimilation, both in Europe and America.

https://www.westernjournal.com/ct/pork-sausage-served-national-islam-conference/?utm_source=Email&utm_medium=patriotupdate&utm_campaign=dailyam&utm_content=libertyalliance

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Dec 6, 2018 12:35:14   #
Liberty Tree (a regular here)
 
Oldsailor65 wrote:
Pork Sausage Served at National Islam Conference

Officials in Berlin are apologizing and Muslim leaders are outraged after a scandal broke out at an Islamic conference being held in Germany.

The cause of the kerfuffle? Pork sausage was served as part of the buffet, which offended many Muslims whose religion treats the meat as forbidden.

It may seem like a silly incident, but the clash is actually highlighting a major fault line in the debate between multiculturalism and assimilation, both in Europe and America.

https://www.westernjournal.com/ct/pork-sausage-served-national-islam-conference/?utm_source=Email&utm_medium=patriotupdate&utm_campaign=dailyam&utm_content=libertyalliance
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And we should care because_____________.

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Dec 6, 2018 12:52:26   #
archie bunker (a regular here)
 
Oldsailor65 wrote:
Pork Sausage Served at National Islam Conference

Officials in Berlin are apologizing and Muslim leaders are outraged after a scandal broke out at an Islamic conference being held in Germany.

The cause of the kerfuffle? Pork sausage was served as part of the buffet, which offended many Muslims whose religion treats the meat as forbidden.

It may seem like a silly incident, but the clash is actually highlighting a major fault line in the debate between multiculturalism and assimilation, both in Europe and America.

https://www.westernjournal.com/ct/pork-sausage-served-national-islam-conference/?utm_source=Email&utm_medium=patriotupdate&utm_campaign=dailyam&utm_content=libertyalliance
Pork Sausage Served at National Islam Conference b... (show quote)


Their goats, and lizards would undoubtedly taste better if fried in bacon grease.
Obviously, those folks just don't know what's good, and what's not.

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Dec 6, 2018 13:27:55   #
pafret (a regular here)
 
Oldsailor65 wrote:
Pork Sausage Served at National Islam Conference

Officials in Berlin are apologizing and Muslim leaders are outraged after a scandal broke out at an Islamic conference being held in Germany.

The cause of the kerfuffle? Pork sausage was served as part of the buffet, which offended many Muslims whose religion treats the meat as forbidden.

It may seem like a silly incident, but the clash is actually highlighting a major fault line in the debate between multiculturalism and assimilation, both in Europe and America.

https://www.westernjournal.com/ct/pork-sausage-served-national-islam-conference/?utm_source=Email&utm_medium=patriotupdate&utm_campaign=dailyam&utm_content=libertyalliance
Pork Sausage Served at National Islam Conference b... (show quote)


If those Islamic invaders keep trying to separate Germans from their sausages they are putting their heads in the lion’s mouth.

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Dec 6, 2018 14:24:50   #
woodguru (a regular here)
 
We were at a christmas party 25 years ago that was a group of Emu "ranchers". There was a buffet table set out with all kinds of things made with Emu and Ostrich meat. My daughter was about 10, and had her ideas about what was okay to eat, and Emu and Ostrich meat was not on that list.

So she had a plate full of stuff, and Jeanne asked her what she'd found that she would eat, Jenell said this sausage is really really good. I started laughing and Jeanne told me not to tell her, she caught that and asked what? I said it's Emu, Jenell had a horrified look on her face and said no, I said yes. We convinced her that she had liked it until she found out what it was, so she nibbled another piece and said it wasn't bad.

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Dec 6, 2018 14:49:41   #
archie bunker (a regular here)
 
woodguru wrote:
We were at a christmas party 25 years ago that was a group of Emu "ranchers". There was a buffet table set out with all kinds of things made with Emu and Ostrich meat. My daughter was about 10, and had her ideas about what was okay to eat, and Emu and Ostrich meat was not on that list.

So she had a plate full of stuff, and Jeanne asked her what she'd found that she would eat, Jenell said this sausage is really really good. I started laughing and Jeanne told me not to tell her, she caught that and asked what? I said it's Emu, Jenell had a horrified look on her face and said no, I said yes. We convinced her that she had liked it until she found out what it was, so she nibbled another piece and said it wasn't bad.
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My kids still hold calf fries against me. They tasted like chicken!

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Dec 6, 2018 16:54:12   #
woodguru (a regular here)
 
archie bunker wrote:
My kids still hold calf fries against me. They tasted like chicken!


I had to try the fried turkey nuts at a restaurant in Paso Robles called McClintocks, yeah, sorta like chicken.

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Dec 7, 2018 12:00:09   #
old marine (a regular here)
 
woodguru wrote:
I had to try the fried turkey nuts at a restaurant in Paso Robles called McClintocks, yeah, sorta like chicken.


Occasionly the cajun cook will cook alligator.

One year we caught about a dozen large timber rattlesnakes. They taste like chicken.

Now after several years of killing them off our men and horses are safe.

My cajun cook just informed me that she is fixing me a shrimp and crab stew. There was not enough crabs to make a big.pot so I get the stew.

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Dec 7, 2018 13:06:45   #
GmanTerry
 
woodguru wrote:
We were at a christmas party 25 years ago that was a group of Emu "ranchers". There was a buffet table set out with all kinds of things made with Emu and Ostrich meat. My daughter was about 10, and had her ideas about what was okay to eat, and Emu and Ostrich meat was not on that list.

So she had a plate full of stuff, and Jeanne asked her what she'd found that she would eat, Jenell said this sausage is really really good. I started laughing and Jeanne told me not to tell her, she caught that and asked what? I said it's Emu, Jenell had a horrified look on her face and said no, I said yes. We convinced her that she had liked it until she found out what it was, so she nibbled another piece and said it wasn't bad.
We were at a christmas party 25 years ago that was... (show quote)


I sure can identify with your daughter. When I was in the Peace Corps in the Ivory Coast in Africa, I used to frequent a Lebanese restaurant for breakfast. They had these sweet rolls with a filling I couldn't identify but really liked. I had just learned French in Peace Corps Boot Camp so my vocabulary was limited. I would ask the waiter what the filling was and he would respond "cerveau". I would try to remember that word to look it up in my French/English dictionary. I never remembered. One day I was having breakfast with another volunteer from the State of Maine. In Maine, my friend did half his classes in English and half in French so he was bilingual. I ask him to ask the waiter what was in the delicious sweet rolls. He did and I never ate them again. The French word "cerveau" means brains. I learned to love snails but brains are just beyond what I can overlook.

Semper Fi

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Dec 7, 2018 13:15:05   #
archie bunker (a regular here)
 
GmanTerry wrote:
I sure can identify with your daughter. When I was in the Peace Corps in the Ivory Coast in Africa, I used to frequent a Lebanese restaurant for breakfast. They had these sweet rolls with a filling I couldn't identify but really liked. I had just learned French in Peace Corps Boot Camp so my vocabulary was limited. I would ask the waiter what the filling was and he would respond "cerveau". I would try to remember that word to look it up in my French/English dictionary. I never remembered. One day I was having breakfast with another volunteer from the State of Maine. In Maine, my friend did half his classes in English and half in French so he was bilingual. I ask him to ask the waiter what was in the delicious sweet rolls. He did and I never ate them again. The French word "cerveau" means brains. I learned to love snails but brains are just beyond what I can overlook.

Semper Fi
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Now that's funny!! I ate brains, and eggs as a kid, until Popo let the cat out of the bag, and I figured it out. I thought it was sausage!! My granny was sure mad at him for spilling the beans on that one. I never ate it again, and always questioned sausage at their house after that.

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Dec 7, 2018 13:42:09   #
pafret (a regular here)
 
GmanTerry wrote:
I sure can identify with your daughter. When I was in the Peace Corps in the Ivory Coast in Africa, I used to frequent a Lebanese restaurant for breakfast. They had these sweet rolls with a filling I couldn't identify but really liked. I had just learned French in Peace Corps Boot Camp so my vocabulary was limited. I would ask the waiter what the filling was and he would respond "cerveau". I would try to remember that word to look it up in my French/English dictionary. I never remembered. One day I was having breakfast with another volunteer from the State of Maine. In Maine, my friend did half his classes in English and half in French so he was bilingual. I ask him to ask the waiter what was in the delicious sweet rolls. He did and I never ate them again. The French word "cerveau" means brains. I learned to love snails but brains are just beyond what I can overlook.

Semper Fi
I sure can identify with your daughter. When I was... (show quote)


The Swiss make a sausage named Cervelat that as you can fathom has a generous amount of brains in it. My daughter raved about the sausage after she and her husband returned from a trip to Switzerland to visit his family. She asked if I could make some I looked it up and checked with my son-in-law, a Swiss German, if this was the real recipe. He said yep and when she found out my daughter lost interest in Cervelat Sausages.

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Dec 7, 2018 16:36:40   #
old marine (a regular here)
 
GmanTerry wrote:
I sure can identify with your daughter. When I was in the Peace Corps in the Ivory Coast in Africa, I used to frequent a Lebanese restaurant for breakfast. They had these sweet rolls with a filling I couldn't identify but really liked. I had just learned French in Peace Corps Boot Camp so my vocabulary was limited. I would ask the waiter what the filling was and he would respond "cerveau". I would try to remember that word to look it up in my French/English dictionary. I never remembered. One day I was having breakfast with another volunteer from the State of Maine. In Maine, my friend did half his classes in English and half in French so he was bilingual. I ask him to ask the waiter what was in the delicious sweet rolls. He did and I never ate them again. The French word "cerveau" means brains. I learned to love snails but brains are just beyond what I can overlook.

Semper Fi
I sure can identify with your daughter. When I was... (show quote)


We here at the tree farm are in the process of "Hog Killing" my cajun and negro employees and area help sre in charge. The only thing that we don't use is the "hair and the squeal"

We have 6 large cast iron pots that look like WW'-1 helmets. They originally were used to cook syrup in. A nearby farm was going to scrap them but the Sgt. Major found and bougjt them at scrap iron price.

They were "burned" and look brand new. They are used to boil water to scald the hogs to make removing the hair easier and scrub the hog so it is clesn.

Once the hog is cut up, the fat is cut up in small pieces and "fried" in another of the "pots" is used to cook the grease from the cracklings. The lard is placed in new five gallon buckets for storage and the "cracklings or pigskins" saved.

The heart, lungs, brains and liver is cut up and used to make hash seasoned with green onions and other spices. It is a canun delicacy.

The head us used to make "souse or hog besd cheese." The blood is saved and mixed with cooked rice and other seasoning then stuffed in casings to make Cajun blood sausage.

Other fat and meat scraps are ground, seasoned and stuffed for link sausage and is put in the smoke house. The hams, pork chops and bacon is smoked in the smokehouse.

The women do most of the finished work while a few of the men do the hard heavy work of scaulding and butchering work. This year we are killing 50 hogs ranging fron 350 to 500 pounds.

We start after the first frost and sometimes finish as late as January. This year we will finish mid December.

Over the years we have found it is cheaper to buy several yearlings and grsin feed them and have a near by slaughterhouse process them.

Eggs and chicken are cheaper to buy than raising them yourself. A few are still around that the ladies keep more or less for their enjoyment.

Occasionally we will buy a few processed domestic rabbits. Catfish, shrimp, crabs and oysters are available from local sources.

I know this is a long report but it's how oeopke have survived in this part of the country for hundreds of years.

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Dec 7, 2018 19:05:35   #
Tug484 (a regular here)
 
old marine wrote:
We here at the tree farm are in the process of "Hog Killing" my cajun and negro employees and area help sre in charge. The only thing that we don't use is the "hair and the squeal"

We have 6 large cast iron pots that look like WW'-1 helmets. They originally were used to cook syrup in. A nearby farm was going to scrap them but the Sgt. Major found and bougjt them at scrap iron price.

They were "burned" and look brand new. They are used to boil water to scald the hogs to make removing the hair easier and scrub the hog so it is clesn.

Once the hog is cut up, the fat is cut up in small pieces and "fried" in another of the "pots" is used to cook the grease from the cracklings. The lard is placed in new five gallon buckets for storage and the "cracklings or pigskins" saved.

The heart, lungs, brains and liver is cut up and used to make hash seasoned with green onions and other spices. It is a canun delicacy.

The head us used to make "souse or hog besd cheese." The blood is saved and mixed with cooked rice and other seasoning then stuffed in casings to make Cajun blood sausage.

Other fat and meat scraps are ground, seasoned and stuffed for link sausage and is put in the smoke house. The hams, pork chops and bacon is smoked in the smokehouse.

The women do most of the finished work while a few of the men do the hard heavy work of scaulding and butchering work. This year we are killing 50 hogs ranging fron 350 to 500 pounds.

We start after the first frost and sometimes finish as late as January. This year we will finish mid December.

Over the years we have found it is cheaper to buy several yearlings and grsin feed them and have a near by slaughterhouse process them.

Eggs and chicken are cheaper to buy than raising them yourself. A few are still around that the ladies keep more or less for their enjoyment.

Occasionally we will buy a few processed domestic rabbits. Catfish, shrimp, crabs and oysters are available from local sources.

I know this is a long report but it's how oeopke have survived in this part of the country for hundreds of years.
We here at the tree farm are in the process of &qu... (show quote)


My grand mother made cracklings and crackling corn bread.
I loved both.

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Dec 7, 2018 19:27:18   #
son of witless (a regular here)
 
Oldsailor65 wrote:
Pork Sausage Served at National Islam Conference

Officials in Berlin are apologizing and Muslim leaders are outraged after a scandal broke out at an Islamic conference being held in Germany.

The cause of the kerfuffle? Pork sausage was served as part of the buffet, which offended many Muslims whose religion treats the meat as forbidden.

It may seem like a silly incident, but the clash is actually highlighting a major fault line in the debate between multiculturalism and assimilation, both in Europe and America.

https://www.westernjournal.com/ct/pork-sausage-served-national-islam-conference/?utm_source=Email&utm_medium=patriotupdate&utm_campaign=dailyam&utm_content=libertyalliance
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One has to wonder if this was intentional on somebody's part ?

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Dec 8, 2018 08:40:28   #
old marine (a regular here)
 
Tug484 wrote:
My grand mother made cracklings and crackling corn bread.
I loved both.


Good eating.

The old ways were the best. You know exactly what you are eating.

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