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TurdleEggs



Joined: 31 Jul 2005
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Location: Ste Genevieve

PostPosted: Jun 19, 2006 1:04 am    Post subject: News Flash – Australia Heats Up Reply with quote

After the insurgent Lizard’s foul legions disfigured the fallen Turdles at the Conquista Del Mundo - Australian Continent, the Turdle-army enlisted the support of  - you guessed it – VLAD The Impaler:







 



-- Edited by TurdleEggs at 20:06, 2006-06-18

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JayPeg



Joined: 02 Jun 2006
Posts: 131
Location: Winnipeg

PostPosted: Jun 20, 2006 9:14 am    Post subject: RE: News Flash – Australia Heats Up Reply with quote

Too funny!!!!





Throwing down the glove challenge to Lizardo and drawing a cartoon. I thought I was obsessed with caching but Turdle seem to have that titled all wrapped up.



When is the comic due out? I am looking forward to the next chapter. Maybe Superertyu shows up at the last minute to rescue the last lizard.

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lizardo



Joined: 02 Sep 2005
Posts: 497
Location: Winnipeg

PostPosted: Jun 20, 2006 5:31 pm    Post subject: RE: News Flash – Australia Heats Up Reply with quote

Just wanted to let the pathetic Turdle army and its band of sympathizers that the mighty Lizard army commander has been doing some research.



Which method to use?  Ants? Beetles? Boiling water? MWAHAHAHAHA



http://www.taxidermy.net/forums/ReptileArticles/05/05B434F270.html



Everyone is getting a turkey call for christmas this year.



 



 



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TurdleEggs



Joined: 31 Jul 2005
Posts: 687
Location: Ste Genevieve

PostPosted: Jun 20, 2006 11:43 pm    Post subject: TurdleArmy Mess Reply with quote

Week of June 24 to June 30



 



Entrees



 



Note: Due to the recent abundance of lizard meat, this week’s entrees may contain more lizard than usual



 



Sunday – Lizard Rendang



Monday – Creamed Lizard with Mushy Peas



Tuesday – Lizard Vindaloo



Wednesday - Bean and Lizard Casserole



Thursday – Stuffed Lizard Skins



Friday – Crispy Lizard Tail



Saturday – A variety of lizard snacks to accompany the showing of The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension



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JayPeg



Joined: 02 Jun 2006
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Location: Winnipeg

PostPosted: Jun 24, 2006 8:52 pm    Post subject: RE: News Flash – Australia Heats Up Reply with quote

uummmmmm!!!!!!!



Lizard Vindaloo with a large lager. aaaaahhhhhh!!!!!!!

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Hungry Guy
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PostPosted: Jun 29, 2006 12:03 am    Post subject: RE: News Flash – Australia Heats Up Reply with quote

I found the following recipe in the Geo Kitchen Cache and I was wondering if any of you knew where I can find a couple of Turdles?



 Turdle Stirfry Served on the Half-Shell



 



 2 ea Fully grown Turdles (live)



 1/4 c Chopped Side Bacon (3 strips)



 1 c Chopped Onion



 1 c Sliced Carrots



 1 c Bok Choi



 1 c Broccoli



 1/2 c Snow Peas



 4 tbs Soy Sauce



 1/4 c Hoy Sin Sauce



 1/2 tsp Sugar



 2 tbs Sesame seed oil



 1/8 c Sliced Almonds



 3 pkg Raman Noodles



 



 Turdle Prep



 Prepare live Turdles by removing the claws with a hammer and chisel.Simply strike each digit in a downward motion with the chisel just above the knuckle. Don't worry about any sounds or movements the Turdles make, these are involuntary. Discard the claws.



  Bring a large pot of water to a boil. It is important that you perform this next step while the Turdle is still alive. So you may want to get the water boiling before you start chopping in step 1. Carefully and slowly lower each Turdle into the boiling water tail first. This may cause the Turdle to react as if in distress. Again, please ignore this. Turdles are like lobsters, unable to feel pain due to their underdeveloped brains.



Once the Turdle has boiled for 2 minutes, remove it from the water. As the shell of the Turdle offers considerable thermal protection, they may still be alive. So much the better!



  For this next step, you need to have a helper. We need to peel the shell off the back of the Turdle. Once the Turdle has cooled, have one person hold the shell, and the other person can hold the bottom plate. Both of you should pull as hard as you can and the connective tissue that has been weakened by the boiling water should release and the shell should peel right off. Clean the shell thoroughly and set aside for later.



  Use a sharp knife to slice the meat off of the back and along the sides of each Turdle. You should now be left with a boneless piece of flesh resembling the size and shape of 4 small chicken breasts.



  Slice the meat into finger sized strips. Place them in a ziplock bag and add half of the soy sauce and a couple of shakes of hoy sin. Allow the mixture to coat the meat and set aside in the fridge while the vegetables are prepared.



  Vegetable Prep



 Chop the carrots as indicated and either parboil them in water for 60 seconds, or for 30 seconds in the microwave. Clean the Bok Choi, removing the bottom inch or two of the white stalks and chopping up the rest into medium sized pieces.



  Cooking



Heat a large skillet or a wok to high heat. Add oil. Put in the marinated meat, and toss for 60 seconds or until the meet is nicely browned. Add bacon and allow to cook for an additional 45 seconds. Now gradually add the vegetables starting with the carrots, then the onion and the bok choi and then the broccoli - reserve snow peas. Toss the mixture for 30 seconds and then reduce the heat to medium. Add the remainder of the sauces and the almonds. Heat the sauces till they start to bubble. Add snow peas and sugar and toss. Turn the wok off and arrange the cooked raman noodles in the bottom of the cleaned shells. Divide the dish evenly between the two shells. Serve with warm sake.



 ---Note: If Turdle is out of season, substitute three large or four small chicken breasts.



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Dragonfreys



Joined: 12 Feb 2006
Posts: 364
Location: Manitoba-Westman

PostPosted: Jun 29, 2006 2:41 am    Post subject: RE: News Flash – Australia Heats Up Reply with quote

Hmmm, interesting that Hungry Guy logged on mere minutes after Lizardo, I wonder if there is a connection there?











Hungry Guy

Wed Jun 28 7:04 PM, 2006

Canada



Lizardo

Wed Jun 28 6:57 PM, 2006

Canada





The level of entertainment on here never ceases to amaze me.



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