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    Just wanted a new thread, so i won't hyjack everone elses..........

    Courtesy of Hobbes:

    This is the Chinese aphrodisiac par excellence

    Real bird's nest soup is made from the nests of sea swallows, found in bat-filled caves on the islands of Borneo and Java. The nests are made of seaweed glued together by swallow's saliva - oh saliva and seaweed, I'm drooling all over my keyboard, yum!
    =seacucumber.

    Also i have a 12 year-old vespa to give away(no shipping.....).

    I also rent my gi..............[ouch......ouch!!.....okay, okay.......], apperently not.....

    Do vegetarian girls go down on a guy??


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    Originally posted by SensualGardening@16 November 2003 - 17:01


    Do vegetarian girls go down on a guy??

    depends what we get out of the bargain.
    They can tak' oour lives, but they cannae tak' oour troousers!
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    How about a pack of Newports and some Puma sweats?

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    urm....no.

    im afraid im a lil more upmarket than puma.
    buy me a new pair of d.c.'s and we will barter then.
    They can tak' oour lives, but they cannae tak' oour troousers!
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    The only aphrodisiac i know that WORKS is going without for so long even wet dreams are a long remembered memory

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    Originally posted by UKMan@16 November 2003 - 19:43
    The only aphrodisiac i know that WORKS is going without for so long even wet dreams are a long remembered memory   

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    I quote my girl here.......

    AAaahhhhhhh........

    You know, it's not only souls that are for sale...........

    @Lilmiss: Let's bargain!!![...ouch.....ouch!!![mrs.yogi enters...].....ouch...ouch]
    Enough coke left for the bourbon........????

    @Step: I have no teeth for sweets anymore!!!!!!

    And i forgot this tastefull recipe Hobbes provided:

    Real bird's nest soup is made from the nests of sea swallows, found in bat-filled caves on the islands of Borneo and Java. The nests are made of seaweed glued together by swallow's saliva - oh saliva and seaweed, I'm drooling all over my keyboard, yum!

    Yogi

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    Originally posted by SensualGardening@16 November 2003 - 20:15

    And i forgot this tastefull recipe Hobbes provided:

    Real bird's nest soup is made from the nests of sea swallows, found in bat-filled caves on the islands of Borneo and Java. The nests are made of seaweed glued together by swallow's saliva - oh saliva and seaweed, I'm drooling all over my keyboard, yum!

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    The Emperor and the Cook:
    The Story of Bird's Nest Soup

    Long ago in China, there was an Emperor who loved to taste different gourmet dishes made by the Royal Cook. Each dish was exotic and different every day.

    One day the cook ran out of ideas and desperately needed to find a new dish to prepare for the Emperor. The Emperor had decreed that if the cook could not prepare a new and different dish daily, that he would not only lose his position as the roayl Cook, but also his head.

    The Royal Cook decided to take a walk to the harbour to see if he could find something new and exotic to cook. He came across a merchant who had showed him a bird's nest from Borneo.

    "How do I cook this?" says the cook, looking at the bird's nest.

    "You're the cook. They eat this in Borneo; I just buy it, I don't prepare it. It has some potent longevity properties, that's what I was told," said the merchant.

    True to his profession, however, the cook did his best and prepared the bird's nest in a form of soup.

    Knowing the Emperor's passion for Feng Shui and longevity, the Royal Cook cunningly presented the soup with a dragon on one side and a phoenix on the other, with the soup in the middle.

    "What have you brought me today?" asked the Emperor.

    "Longevity soup, Your Highness," replied the Royal Cook.

    The Emperor's eyes lit up, and he eagerly tasted the soup. It smelled sweet and aromatic, just as he liked it; however, when he tasted the soup, it was plain. The Royal Cook held his breath.

    "this tastes like ordinary soup," he said, "I can get this anywhere in my Kingdom."

    "Taste it again, please, Your Majesty," urged the cook.

    The Emperor took another spoonful. "It still tastes ordinary."

    "Please take one more sip, Your Majesty," the cook urged again, fearful for his life.

    "All right, but if I don't taste anything different, I'll have your head," threatened the Emperor.

    The cook had to think fast. "In Borneo..." he started.

    The Emperor's eyes lit up, because he knew that it was an exotic place. The pillars of the Forbidden City were made from timbers that came from Borneo.

    "In Borneo, the people there eat this soup for longevity. It keeps the people young and healthy. It lengthens their years, and they live long and prosperous lives because of this soup." The cook went on about the benefits of the soup, emphasizing the longevity properties of the dish.

    "Ahhh, an exotic dish. Why didn't you say so? This dish is fit for an Emperor," the Emperor decreed.

    The Royal Cook sighed with relief, as the Emperor continued to relish his dish.

    Once the Emperor had finished his meal, he announced that the longevity soup was to be served to him on a regular basis, and the Royal Cook was duly rewarded.

    To keep the Emperor from finding out that the longevity soup's raw ingredient was bird's nest, the Royal Cook ensured that all those who brought back the birds' nests from Borneo were killed. New crews were sent to retrieve the nests each time.

    True enough, the Emperor lived a long and prosperous life.

    The longevity soup was only served to the Royal Family and wealthy merchants. It was not allowed to be served to the general population.

    The longevity soup became renowned as a royal dish, and its potent properties claimed by the merchant were proven to be true.

    The Emperor's successors were the ones who truly benefited from the soup, as it was served to them at an early age. And now, if the longevity soup is served to guests or VIPs, they know that the host is taking care of them. After all, the dish is fit for an Emperor.
    ((by A. M. Zukarnaen))

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    * Exported from MasterCook *

    BIRD'S NEST SOUP

    Recipe By :
    Serving Size : 6 Preparation Time :0:00
    Categories : Chinese Soups/stews

    Amount Measure Ingredient -- Preparation Method
    -------- ------------ --------------------------------
    3 1/2 oz (approx) dried bird's nest
    6 c Rich chicken stock for soup
    1 lg Chicken breast
    2 tb Cornstarch
    2 tb Rich chicken stock for paste
    1 tb Dry sherry
    1/4 c Rich chicken stock
    2 Egg whites
    1 t Salt
    2 Green onions, minced
    1 tb Minced Smithfield ham

    Preparation: Soak bird's nest in cold water
    overnight. Drain and rinse. Spread softened nest
    pieces on plate; pick out prominent pieces of
    "foreign" matter (e.g. feathers, twigs) with tweezers.
    Debone chicken breast, remove membrane and muscle
    fiber, pound meat with cleaver handle to break down
    tissue, mince chicken until it is pulp. Make medium
    thick paste with cornstarch and chicken stock.

    Cooking: Bring rich chicken stock for soup to boil.
    Immediately add bird's nest; simmer 30 minutes. Mix
    dry sherry and remaining stock; dribble slowly into
    minced chicken. Lightly beat egg whites with a fork;
    fold gently into chicken so they are not completely
    blended. Add salt to soup. Bring soup back to boil and
    add chicken mixture slowly so soup does not cool. When
    soup returns to boil, it is ready to serve. You can
    hold it at this point on low heat. Pour into serving
    bowl, garnish with green onions and ham.

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    Wow - that was impressive - lovely story.
    Serious question: What kind of birds nest? Different birds use different things to build with

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    Originally posted by UKMan@16 November 2003 - 20:37
    Wow - that was impressive - lovely story.
    Serious question: What kind of birds nest? Different birds use different things to build with

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    Real bird's nest soup is made from the nests of sea swallows, found in bat-filled caves on the islands of Borneo and Java. The nests are made of seaweed glued together by swallow's saliva - oh saliva and seaweed, I'm drooling all over my keyboard, yum!
    ReadYogi.

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