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Chickens vs. Eggs


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Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Which came first?

Who the f++~ cares?

As long as I can get my Popeyes, it's all good.


Something that was not quite chckenlike enough to be classified as a chicken laid an egg that was, according to scientific stuffs, a chicken.

Problem solved.


It was, like, a chicken homo erectus or something. A sabretoothed chicken. or saberbeak, as the case may have been.
A velocichicken.

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Mmmm....velocichicken. Think of the strips you could get from that thing.


Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

You are forgetting about the missing cluck...I mean link.


Ice age cave chicken. Before that there was chickensaurus optimus. Prior to that was chondrigallus. And earlier there was ediacaran pancake.

Andoran

Aberzombie wrote:
Mmmm....velocichicken. Think of the strips you could get from that thing.

Forget that - think of the Commoners you could kill with that thing. *Flashbacks to Zelda's Chicken Swarm*

Shadow Lodge

Egg.

A dinosaur laid it.

Andoran

You are forgetting about the missing duck. I mean bacon link.

Taldor

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

I was expecting a cage ... coop? ... match discussion.

I was ready to put money down on the egg. Nobody expects the egg.


An actual chicken didn't have to lay the egg. The rest is down to cosmic radiation, banging dna around.

Shadow Lodge

Chicken-n-egg sandwich.

With bacon.

Silver Crusade

With 2 slices of American cheese?


Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Companion Subscriber

I'm a KFC man myself


I like pig cheese.

Shadow Lodge

Celestial Healer wrote:
With 2 slices of American cheese?

Not picky on which cheese but yes definitely with cheese.

Qadira

BluePigeon wrote:
I'm a KFC man myself

Do I know you?

Qadira

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BigNorseWolf wrote:

Egg.

A dinosaur laid it.

but only after getting laid itself.


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Orthos wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
With 2 slices of American cheese?
Not picky on which cheese but yes definitely with cheese.

American cheese isn't actually a cheese. It's closer to a sauce.

I worked in an Italian deli for a number of years and we had ALL SORTS of amazing and delicious cheeses, primarily from Italy sure, but from all over the globe. All sliced to order, if for sandwiches, or a wedge cut, if table cheese. At least once a month or so I'd get a customer asking if we had American cheese. American cheese is that goop that you peel out from plastic wrap. It doesn't come in wedges or bricks, only in those single serving slices.

/rant


meatrace wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
With 2 slices of American cheese?
Not picky on which cheese but yes definitely with cheese.

American cheese isn't actually a cheese. It's closer to a sauce.

I worked in an Italian deli for a number of years and we had ALL SORTS of amazing and delicious cheeses, primarily from Italy sure, but from all over the globe. All sliced to order, if for sandwiches, or a wedge cut, if table cheese. At least once a month or so I'd get a customer asking if we had American cheese. American cheese is that goop that you peel out from plastic wrap. It doesn't come in wedges or bricks, only in those single serving slices.

/rant

American cheese is a blend of Colby and mild Chedder and does come in blocks. The stuff your talking about maybe called American cheese but it's closer to a blend of milk, oil and the powdered cheese flavoring that comes in boxes of mac and cheese.

Shadow Lodge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2010 Top 8

Xabulba wrote:


American cheese is a blend of Colby and mild Chedder and does come in blocks. The stuff your talking about maybe called American cheese but it's closer to a blend of milk, oil and the powdered cheese flavoring that comes in boxes of mac and cheese.

Which is why they don't call it "cheese", they call it "cheese product".


Why did the egg cross the road, then? And did it or the chicken come first?

American "cheese" is a result of hygiene laws. To make good cheese, cheeses that actually tastes something, you need MOLD, and you need to let it age properly. There are tons of different molds for making all sorts of cheeses, but try passing that through american health authorities...

It is such a sodding shame. In Sweden, we can't have good meat, because good meat needs to hang well and interact with bacteria to get truly mouth-watering. Any such idea is considered unsanitary, and thus we can't have it.

Osirion

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Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
BluePigeon wrote:
I'm a KFC man myself

Don't make me destroy you.


Sissyl wrote:

Why did the egg cross the road, then? And did it or the chicken come first?

American "cheese" is a result of hygiene laws. To make good cheese, cheeses that actually tastes something, you need MOLD, and you need to let it age properly. There are tons of different molds for making all sorts of cheeses, but try passing that through american health authorities...

It is such a sodding shame. In Sweden, we can't have good meat, because good meat needs to hang well and interact with bacteria to get truly mouth-watering. Any such idea is considered unsanitary, and thus we can't have it.

Why is it that the best tasting foods are slighty rotten?


I like chocolate milk!

Shadow Lodge

I really don't care how it's made, I just know I like it. Most of it.

sadly it does not always like me back

Silver Crusade

Xabulba wrote:
meatrace wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
With 2 slices of American cheese?
Not picky on which cheese but yes definitely with cheese.

American cheese isn't actually a cheese. It's closer to a sauce.

I worked in an Italian deli for a number of years and we had ALL SORTS of amazing and delicious cheeses, primarily from Italy sure, but from all over the globe. All sliced to order, if for sandwiches, or a wedge cut, if table cheese. At least once a month or so I'd get a customer asking if we had American cheese. American cheese is that goop that you peel out from plastic wrap. It doesn't come in wedges or bricks, only in those single serving slices.

/rant

American cheese is a blend of Colby and mild Chedder and does come in blocks. The stuff your talking about maybe called American cheese but it's closer to a blend of milk, oil and the powdered cheese flavoring that comes in boxes of mac and cheese.

This. It's also a respected staple in North American cuisine.

I lived in Italy, and know what delicious cheeses they have. They are ideal for Italian cuisine. None of them are suitable for American staples like grilled cheese or macaroni and cheese. Every cheese has its place.


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Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:

A velocichicken.

That sounds like a Saturday night movie on the SyFy channel.

Shadow Lodge

Garydee wrote:
Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:

A velocichicken.

That sounds like a Saturday night movie on the SyFy channel.

I might watch it. I watch so very little TV these days though.

Osirion

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Garydee wrote:
Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:

A velocichicken.

That sounds like a Saturday night movie on the SyFy channel.

Does anyone have Roger Corman's number?


Xabulba wrote:
American cheese is a blend of Colby and mild Chedder and does come in blocks. The stuff your talking about maybe called American cheese but it's closer to a blend of milk, oil and the powdered cheese flavoring that comes in boxes of mac and cheese.

It may have been at one point, but no longer. Personally I've never once seen a block of American cheese, and I live in Wisconsin! And am a cheese connoisseur! Now, I have seen blocks that are, in essence, a block of slices. In other words they are made in the form of a slice and stacked to form a block.

American cheese refers to Kraft singles, cheese whiz, velveeta. At one time, as you say, there appears to have been something called American cheese which was simply cheddar made in America, usually particularly mild. However, American cheese is generally used to denote what I was ranting about, "processed cheese products".

Andoran

Certain Italian cheeses are actually very good for baked macaroni and cheese. Not on their own, of course - you almost always want some sort of cheddar.

Brie tastes like fish.


Brie is delicious, but if you let it stand warm and sop out, that isn't a happy taste.


Aberzombie wrote:
Garydee wrote:
Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:

A velocichicken.

That sounds like a Saturday night movie on the SyFy channel.
Does anyone have Roger Corman's number?

Corman directing with Bruce Campbell in the lead role. That would be full of win all the way around.

Shadow Lodge

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Garydee wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Garydee wrote:
Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:

A velocichicken.

That sounds like a Saturday night movie on the SyFy channel.
Does anyone have Roger Corman's number?
Corman directing with Bruce Campbell in the lead role. That would be full of win all the way around.

"Time to carve this bird." *chainsaw rev*


Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Companion Subscriber
Aberzombie wrote:
BluePigeon wrote:
I'm a KFC man myself
Don't make me destroy you.

Neener, neener, neener!

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
BluePigeon wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
BluePigeon wrote:
I'm a KFC man myself
Don't make me destroy you.
Neener, neener, neener!

It saddens me that you would actually pollute yourself with Kentucky Fried Crap.

Qadira

Orthos wrote:
Garydee wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Garydee wrote:
Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:

A velocichicken.

That sounds like a Saturday night movie on the SyFy channel.
Does anyone have Roger Corman's number?
Corman directing with Bruce Campbell in the lead role. That would be full of win all the way around.
"Time to carve this bird." *chainsaw rev*

The chicken was mutated by industrial processed cheese waste!!!

Shadow Lodge

Crimson Jester wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Garydee wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Garydee wrote:
Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:

A velocichicken.

That sounds like a Saturday night movie on the SyFy channel.
Does anyone have Roger Corman's number?
Corman directing with Bruce Campbell in the lead role. That would be full of win all the way around.
"Time to carve this bird." *chainsaw rev*
The chicken was mutated by industrial processed cheese waste!!!

My gods.

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
Orthos wrote:
My gods.

It's full of stars.

Andoran

Aberzombie wrote:
Orthos wrote:
My gods.
It's full of stars.

Can we fire???

Silver Crusade

Aberzombie wrote:
BluePigeon wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
BluePigeon wrote:
I'm a KFC man myself
Don't make me destroy you.
Neener, neener, neener!
It saddens me that you would actually pollute yourself with Kentucky Fried Crap.

I feel like eating KFC is a little like pointing a loaded gun into your mouth.

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
Celestial Healer wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
BluePigeon wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
BluePigeon wrote:
I'm a KFC man myself
Don't make me destroy you.
Neener, neener, neener!
It saddens me that you would actually pollute yourself with Kentucky Fried Crap.
I feel like eating KFC is a little like pointing a loaded gun into your mouth.

Yes, a squirt gun full of liquified excrement.


Celestial Healer wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
BluePigeon wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
BluePigeon wrote:
I'm a KFC man myself
Don't make me destroy you.
Neener, neener, neener!
It saddens me that you would actually pollute yourself with Kentucky Fried Crap.
I feel like eating KFC is a little like pointing a loaded gun into your mouth.

Especially the mashed potatoes and gravy. I'm not sure that stuff is fit for human consumption.


Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Companion Subscriber
Aberzombie wrote:
BluePigeon wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
BluePigeon wrote:
I'm a KFC man myself
Don't make me destroy you.
Neener, neener, neener!
It saddens me that you would actually pollute yourself with Kentucky Fried Crap.

Only once in a while when I'm desperate and running late for work. In my defense, KFC, Pizza Hut, and Taco Hell, er Taco bell has all but driven Popseye's out of Las Vegas. Sad to say, I'll never get the chance to try their chicken.


Anything you can eat with a straw isn't food it's a smoothie.


Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Companion Subscriber

Nevermind KFC bashing, a cash egg rolled in with the mail this afternoon. Looks like I am the proud owber of a 300.00 refund check.

Woot!

Silver Crusade

You can buy a lot of bacon with $300.


Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Companion Subscriber

And a better quality of chicken too.

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
BluePigeon wrote:

In my defense, KFC, Pizza Hut, and Taco Hell, er Taco bell has all but driven Popseye's out of Las Vegas. Sad to say, I'll never get the chance to try their chicken.

You and all the other poor denizens of Vegas. I had no idea you were so deprived! Oh well, at least you get legal hookers.

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