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    Re:Minnesota Tailgating Recipes

    Marrdro wrote:
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    So a Tatertot dish is considered MNtan but Ms Webby's dip isn't?

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    That it is called "Tater Tot Hot Dish" is what I would consider to be "Minnesotan". First time I'd ever heard of that nomenclature was when I moved to Minnesota. Elsewhere, it would probably be called a "casserole".
    I think that everyone who follows the Duggars would disagree with you.

    First time I tasted it was when I was visiting friends in GE. The wanted to feed me a traditional USA meal.
    Marty - it's about time you give it up. You're wrong. Move along.
    LOL, I bet Ms. Webby agrees with me. :lol:
    Actually, given that she's an intelligent and worldly woman, I guarantee you she won't call her dip a "Minnesota recipe".
    Why not.

    Because someone from MN heard of a thing called Tatertot casserole and started to make it, to the point that it is now percieved as a recipe native to MN (when its not), doesn't mean I can't start the initiative to make Ms. Webby's dip a recognized MN recipe, now does it.

    Again, its the first place I found it so for me, like the cats who follow the Duggars, its associated forever in my mind with Ms. Webby and MN.
    I already told you why not. Because she's intelligent and worldly, not obstinate and stubborn.

    And "tatertot casserole" is not the MN thing. "Tatertot HOT DISH" is.

    AND - no one gives a crap what a bunch of TV-watching losers think about people who treat a vagina like a clown car.

    =Z=

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    Re:Minnesota Tailgating Recipes

    Zeus wrote:
    Marrdro wrote:
    Zeus wrote:
    Marrdro wrote:
    Zeus wrote:
    Marrdro wrote:
    Zeus wrote:
    Marrdro wrote:
    So a Tatertot dish is considered MNtan but Ms Webby's dip isn't?

    Meet the Duggars
    That it is called "Tater Tot Hot Dish" is what I would consider to be "Minnesotan". First time I'd ever heard of that nomenclature was when I moved to Minnesota. Elsewhere, it would probably be called a "casserole".
    I think that everyone who follows the Duggars would disagree with you.

    First time I tasted it was when I was visiting friends in GE. The wanted to feed me a traditional USA meal.
    Marty - it's about time you give it up. You're wrong. Move along.
    LOL, I bet Ms. Webby agrees with me. :lol:
    Actually, given that she's an intelligent and worldly woman, I guarantee you she won't call her dip a "Minnesota recipe".
    Why not.

    Because someone from MN heard of a thing called Tatertot casserole and started to make it, to the point that it is now percieved as a recipe native to MN (when its not), doesn't mean I can't start the initiative to make Ms. Webby's dip a recognized MN recipe, now does it.

    Again, its the first place I found it so for me, like the cats who follow the Duggars, its associated forever in my mind with Ms. Webby and MN.
    I already told you why not. Because she's intelligent and worldly, not obstinate and stubborn.

    And "tatertot casserole" is not the MN thing. "Tatertot HOT DISH" is.

    AND - no one gives a crap what a bunch of TV-watching losers think about people who treat a vagina like a clown car.

    =Z=
    Hotdish/Casserole .......Tomatoe/Tomato
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    Re:Minnesota Tailgating Recipes

    Marrdro wrote:
    Zeus wrote:
    Marrdro wrote:
    Zeus wrote:
    Marrdro wrote:
    Zeus wrote:
    Marrdro wrote:
    Zeus wrote:
    Marrdro wrote:
    So a Tatertot dish is considered MNtan but Ms Webby's dip isn't?

    Meet the Duggars
    That it is called "Tater Tot Hot Dish" is what I would consider to be "Minnesotan". First time I'd ever heard of that nomenclature was when I moved to Minnesota. Elsewhere, it would probably be called a "casserole".
    I think that everyone who follows the Duggars would disagree with you.

    First time I tasted it was when I was visiting friends in GE. The wanted to feed me a traditional USA meal.
    Marty - it's about time you give it up. You're wrong. Move along.
    LOL, I bet Ms. Webby agrees with me. :lol:
    Actually, given that she's an intelligent and worldly woman, I guarantee you she won't call her dip a "Minnesota recipe".
    Why not.

    Because someone from MN heard of a thing called Tatertot casserole and started to make it, to the point that it is now percieved as a recipe native to MN (when its not), doesn't mean I can't start the initiative to make Ms. Webby's dip a recognized MN recipe, now does it.

    Again, its the first place I found it so for me, like the cats who follow the Duggars, its associated forever in my mind with Ms. Webby and MN.
    I already told you why not. Because she's intelligent and worldly, not obstinate and stubborn.

    And "tatertot casserole" is not the MN thing. "Tatertot HOT DISH" is.

    AND - no one gives a crap what a bunch of TV-watching losers think about people who treat a vagina like a clown car.
    Hotdish/Casserole .......Tomatoe/Tomato
    Considering that I'm the person who wrote "casserole" and put that idea in your head, I don't understand why you're reminding me.

    Obstinate and stubborn. That should be your new tagline.

    =Z=

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    Re:Minnesota Tailgating Recipes

    Zeus wrote:
    Marrdro wrote:
    Zeus wrote:
    Marrdro wrote:
    Zeus wrote:
    Marrdro wrote:
    Zeus wrote:
    Marrdro wrote:
    Zeus wrote:
    Marrdro wrote:
    So a Tatertot dish is considered MNtan but Ms Webby's dip isn't?

    Meet the Duggars
    That it is called "Tater Tot Hot Dish" is what I would consider to be "Minnesotan". First time I'd ever heard of that nomenclature was when I moved to Minnesota. Elsewhere, it would probably be called a "casserole".
    I think that everyone who follows the Duggars would disagree with you.

    First time I tasted it was when I was visiting friends in GE. The wanted to feed me a traditional USA meal.
    Marty - it's about time you give it up. You're wrong. Move along.
    LOL, I bet Ms. Webby agrees with me. :lol:
    Actually, given that she's an intelligent and worldly woman, I guarantee you she won't call her dip a "Minnesota recipe".
    Why not.

    Because someone from MN heard of a thing called Tatertot casserole and started to make it, to the point that it is now percieved as a recipe native to MN (when its not), doesn't mean I can't start the initiative to make Ms. Webby's dip a recognized MN recipe, now does it.

    Again, its the first place I found it so for me, like the cats who follow the Duggars, its associated forever in my mind with Ms. Webby and MN.
    I already told you why not. Because she's intelligent and worldly, not obstinate and stubborn.

    And "tatertot casserole" is not the MN thing. "Tatertot HOT DISH" is.

    AND - no one gives a crap what a bunch of TV-watching losers think about people who treat a vagina like a clown car.
    Hotdish/Casserole .......Tomatoe/Tomato
    Considering that I'm the person who wrote "casserole" and put that idea in your head, I don't understand why you're reminding me.

    Obstinate and stubborn. That should be your new tagline.

    =Z=
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    Re:Minnesota Tailgating Recipes

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    Fuckin' A, bubba.

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    Re:Minnesota Tailgating Recipes

    Does anyone watch Andrew Zimmern’s Bizarre Foods program on the Travel Channel where he travels around eating native foods from different countries and states? He did one on Minnesota, here’s a nice recap of the show:

    http://themiddleofnowhere.blogspot.com/2009/03/andrew-zimmern-bizarre-foods-minnesota.html

    Here are some of the foods they considered ‘Minnesotan’:

    salted pig's toe
    dried mutton
    blood sausage
    gamalost (old, brown Norwegian cheese)
    Lutefisk
    fish balls
    rosettes
    krumkaka cookies
    Several various morsels on a stick from the State Fair
    tongue, liver, brains, and testicles of wild boar
    rocky mountain oysters
    venison
    suckerhead fish soup
    Wild rice
    dried whitefish and herring
    sauerkraut pie
    A hamburger with peanut butter and mayo
    Chicken gizzards
    whitefish livers and herring roe

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    Re:Minnesota Tailgating Recipes

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    Fuckin' A, bubba.

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    With an olive, you've got a South Dakota Martini :lol:

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    Re:Minnesota Tailgating Recipes

    All you need is about a 1-1/2 to 2 lb. ribeye steak & about 6 minutes grill time....



    (Can't find the pic of me eating the steak at the tailgate)

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