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Entries: Round Thirteen


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One liter of EVOO

28 oz. can of (Italian) San Marzano tomatoes

1 head (1 1/2 pounds) cauliflower

Ditto broccoli

2 lbs. semolina

1 pound loaf of "Italian" bread

1 head celery

1 Fuji apple

1 1/2 pounds Sara Lee smoked turkey breast

Veal breast (about five pounds)

1 1/2 lb. ground veal

2 whole (gutted, scaled) tilapia

1 1/2 lb. Barese sausage

1 lb. Mezza Rigatoni

1 1/2 lb. Krakus ham

1 lb. smoked ham

1 lb. Meunster cheese

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Bennifer:

1 six-pack Sam Adams Boston Lager

1 bottle Captain Morgan spiced rum

1 2-liter Coca Cola

2 pairs Foster Grant sunglasses

2 trucker hats

Jewelry cleaner

People

Us Magazine

In Touch

Star

National Enquirer

The Globe

Premiere

Entertainment Weekly

In Style

Variety

:blink:

Jamie

See! Antony, that revels long o' nights,

Is notwithstanding up.

Julius Caesar, Act II, Scene ii

biowebsite

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Rachael Ray:

EVOO

Chicken stock for that all-day taste

Chicken tenders

Pro-shoot

Rigotta

Steak seasoning

Poultry seasoning

2 jars of giardiniera, one to be pulsed in food processor and stuffed in bread, the other to be used as a chopped salad

FHM magazine

Tony Bourdain:

Cigarettes

Beer

Scotch

I love cooking with wine. Sometimes I even put it in the food.

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Sandra Lee (of FN's Semi-Homemade):

Snak Pak artificial vanilla individual pudding packs

Pillsbury ready made sugar cookie dough

Canned Apple Pie filling

trail mix

Uncle Ben's instant rice

Canned chicken

Canned chow mein vegetables

Campfire Marshmallows

premade fondant

soap to make fake confetti "chips" decoration

boxed yellow cake mix

sugary schnapps to pair with sorbet for shooters

Campbell's soup, anything

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Great Feast of Sept 23, 1387 given by King Richard and the Duke of Lancaster

14 Oxen lying in Salte

20 Oxen ffresh

120 hedes of sheep fressh

120 carcas of sheep fressh

120 bores

14 calvys

140 pigges

300 maribones

of lard and grece, ynough

3 ton (barrels) of salt veneson

3 does of ffresh venison

50 swannes

210 gees

50 capons of hi grece

8 dozen other capons

60 dussen hens

400 conyngges (rabbit)

4 fesauntes

5 herons and bitores

6 kiddes

5 dozen pullayn for gely (pullets for jelly)

12 dousan to roast

100 dousen peions (pigeons)

12 dozen partrych

8 dozen rabettes

12 dosen curlews

12 cranes

wilde fowle ynough

100 galons milke

12 galons creme

11 galons of cruddes (curds)

12 bushels of appelles

11 thousand egges

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did you edit that list at all jackal? or is that how it originally was?

because the thing i can't understand how one spells the same word a thousand different ways. i mean granted it's old english, and they were most likely illiterate, but i say take one spelling and run with it.

Pammy and Kid:

MGD

Hot Dogs

Crescent Rolls

Diet Coke

Bactine

KY

Ciggies

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Niki Taylor’s Shopping List

1 box Devil Dogs

1 dozen eggs

1 package Double Stuff Oreos

1 case Diet Coke

3 frozen burritos, bean

2 boxes Dove Bars

1 bag Hershey’s Kisses

1 loaf whole wheat bread, organic

1 lb. Baby carrots

4 pints Ben & Jerry’s ice cream

1 small jar Jif peanut butter

1 carton Marlboro Lights

1 bottle syrup of ipecac

Dean McCord

VarmintBites

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did you edit that list at all jackal? or is that how it originally was?

Mildly edited, and taken in turn from a possibly edited version of "The boke of Cury"

dozen is spelt differently - possibly from several cooks. Also my typing at this time of night is not the best

Conys are diferent from rabbetts somehow.

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Mother of Mike Muir (Suicidal Tendencies lead singer)

6-pack of Pepsi

:laugh::laugh::laugh:

All he wanted was a Pepsi! Just a Pepsi! And she wouldn't give it to him!

:laugh:

Made my day.

Jamie

See! Antony, that revels long o' nights,

Is notwithstanding up.

Julius Caesar, Act II, Scene ii

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I suspect Lenore would spell the last item:

Poe Boy

wouldn't she?

Very likely Archie; Lenore was a lovely girl, but not much of a speller.

She just remembered to add poek chops.

Margaret McArthur

"Take it easy, but take it."

Studs Terkel

1912-2008

A sensational tennis blog from freakyfrites

margaretmcarthur.com

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Glenn Gould

1 6-lb. rib roast

6 1-lb. glib boasts

6 1-oz. giblet toasts, de-dum

6 glib farewell toasts

1 toasted gibe at the far wall

6 wall-mounted gibbers

Mounting wall-faced glibness

Glibly walling the mountenance, walling

1 6-mile walled mountain face

6 1-mile mountainous facts

Factual mountain miles, hmm-de-hum

1 6-facted mile of mountain walls

1 mountain of factual walls, de-de-hum-hmmmm-hum

6-faced wall of roasted mountain

1 roasted whale of a factual inaccuracy

Roasted roasted roasted facts

6 inaccurate whale ribs

Ribly innocuous walloon

1 6-ribbed patroon roast

Innocuous ribbing of factual inadequacy

1 6-lb. rib, mostly accurate

Mostly inadequate patroon

Mountainously inaccurate walloon ribaldry, de-de-de-hum-de-hum

6 ribald patroon ribs, roasted

Roasted 6 roast inaccurate inaccurate

Whaleful doleful patroonly 6-rib

1 6-lb. patroon, woefully mountainous, hum

Patroon with woeful mountain whales

Hum-de-de-hum-hmmmm 6-lbs.

1-and-6-and-1-and-6-and-roasty ribly ribald

Glibly roasted 6-to-1-de-ribber, hmmmmmm

1 6-lb. rib roast

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