Frank and Ernest by Thaves for December 09, 2015

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    kwschatz  almost 8 years ago

    Taste like chicken

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    DHBirr  almost 8 years ago


    Euel Gibbons could’ve enlightened you. As Wikipedia mentions, “A 1974 television commercial for Post Grape-Nuts cereal featured Gibbons asking viewers ‘Ever eat a pine tree? Many parts are edible.’”

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    Happy, happy, happy!!! Premium Member almost 8 years ago


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    rowf39  almost 8 years ago

    I would suspect that the pine tree refers to Christmas, but they are in rather strange order!

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    cubswin2016  almost 8 years ago

    Throwing a bunny into the mix could get a little messy.

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    neverenoughgold  almost 8 years ago

    Did he use a blender or a food processor?

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    InTraining  almost 8 years ago

    I tried it in my coffee but it made me hoppy…. ! ! !

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    GrimmaTheNome  almost 8 years ago

    Recipe? Surely you don’t eat the Easter Bunny?!

    Should be eggs… you could have pumpkin ravioli made with egg pasta with pine-nut pesto

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    whiteaj  almost 8 years ago

    And so we see the secularization of three formerly Christian holidays. What’s happened to Christianity in the last hundred years is very sad.

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    hippogriff  almost 8 years ago

    DHBirrThe seeds are the only edible part I have found, and not all pines qualify there. Gibbons also said Grape Nuts reminded him of “wild hickory nuts”. Well, almost anything can remind one of almost any other thing, but have eaten both, I find no resemblance.

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    ted.hering  almost 8 years ago

    What, no turkey??

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    neverenoughgold  almost 8 years ago

    You can hang it from your rear view mirror… next to the fuzzy dice!

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