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@ Nighthawks (From Sunday.)
" (ping!) NOAH! "
It’s too bad that both he and Rolf Harris “Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport” had to have such a vicious ugly side.
I’ve got a good number of Bill Cosby’s albums on vinyl and if I played them for someone who didn’t know the story, they’d laugh throughout. I cannot anymore.
I’ve also got a Rolf Harris compilation LP that is in the same category.
Rolf Harris was released from prison in May of 2017.
Originally the producers wanted Cleo to change her name to Carol for the film.
That demand caused her agent to sing out “Elno !!!”
It’s a ratio:
1 oz vodka to 4 ozs orange juice
1 pint vodka to 4 pints orange juice
1 gallon vodka to 4 gallons orange juice….
…and then you fall off your chair.
This is won of thee dummer wins thease cartuneists halve dun.
Did Satan give the fish a stand-your-water law?
Good morning everybody.
@ Dry and Dusty (From yesterday.)
I do not know what equipment you’re using so it could well be more trouble than it’s worth to you to get to the U.R.L.s others provide. But if you’re using Windows 10 on a desk or laptop P.C. they’re really easy to reach.
1) Left click and highlight the U.R.L. you want to visit.
2) With the cursor still somewhere within the highlighting right click and move your cursor to the “Go to” option. It’s the second line down and your selected U.R.L. will appear to its right. The option is automatically highlighted for you by the programming.
3) Left click and your selected U.R.L. opens in a new window; you just close it when you’re done, and you’re back where you started. ☺☺ ☺
Apologies in advance if I’ve offended you. That was not my intent.
You do not want to get on Santa’s “naughty” list this close to Christmas.
You must be of legal drinking age to read this comment.
Have too many of either of these, and he won’t be able to work anyway.
The Calvert Party Encyclopedia
Your Complete Guide to Home Entertaining
Compiled and edited by Calvert Distillers Company(Best guess: 1960)
1 Part Vodka
4 Parts Orange Juice
Pour over ice cubes in highball glass.
Picture of a highball glass.
It’s an “Orange Blossom” not a screwdriver, but this is Dean Martin as Matt Helm enjoying his fresh morning orange juice. (54 Seconds)
It was emjaycee, who hasn’t posted in 3 years, who led me to find the “Pink Squirrel” recipe below suggested as a substitute by Nachikethass above.
“The Bartender’s Bible” by Gary Regan
Published by: Harper Collins 1991
Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 91-55104
1 1/2 ounces crème de noyaux
1/2 ounce white crème de cacoa
1 ounce light cream
In a shaker half-filled with ice cubes, combine all of the ingredients. Shake well. Strain into a cocktail glass.
Crème de noyaux is made from fruit stones to give an almond flavour.White crème de cacoa is actually colourless.
@ Mayor Snorkum
I brought the Everclear ® back to Canada in the ’70’s. The B.C. Liquor Control Board didn’t stock it then. I don’t live in B.C. now and don’t know if it does or not today.
Yes, my mother’s recipe does have candied fruit.
Remember though, that the candied fruit is not an integral part of the recipe. It’s an add-in, if you will. You can leave it out in its entirety and you will only miss its flavour by its piece by piece absence. It does no infusing with the batter.
In my mother’s recipe I’d increase the orange rind only to taste and not the lemon; I’d leave the amount of juice the same.
My mother’s hard sauce recipe contains no fruit either. Upon reading it without hearing my mother’s voice I can see where the confusion would easily arise.
It’s fruit sugar as opposed to confectioner’s sugar and ordinary white sugar.
I didn’t realize you guys took the weekend off.
I was here Saturday and Sunday.
Something for your amusement to start the week.