Subject: clam dip

Date: 10 May 1996 00:00:00 GMT

From: iceknife@bif.com (Iceknife)

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Newsgroups: alt.slack

 

 

so when I first heard about sheep dip, as a child, I became concerened

about the whole idea of clam dip.

 

consider the effect on my youthful self when I saw people at a party

actally EATING clam dip!

 

life holds many terrors for the STOOPID... but consider... it was not

*I* who ate said gut-wrenching doompaste...

 

WHAT, *EXACTLY*, is the formula for PRAIRIE SQUID DIP?

 

WELL????

 

I need this for the files...

 

as a matter of fact, RECIPIE time, you TROJAN GRAPEFRUITS!

 

The BEST entry wins...

 

MATT CAREY! *YAY*! yup, the winner gets to keep and love and feed and

house and experiment on our own Rev. Mathew Carey, of Vision Temple!

 

whee

 

whoop whoop

 

yee-haw

 

etc...

 

RECIPIES, DAMN YOU!

 

 

BETTY CROCKISH

 

ubject:

Re: clam dip

Date:

12 May 1996 00:00:00 GMT

From:

dynasor@infi.net (Dennis McClain-Furmanski)

Organization:

InfiNet

Newsgroups:

alt.slack

References:

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On 05-10-96, iceknife@bif.com wrote:

> WHAT, *EXACTLY*, is the formula for PRAIRIE SQUID DIP?

> The BEST entry wins...

> MATT CAREY! *YAY*! yup, the winner gets to keep and love and feed and

> house and experiment on our own Rev. Mathew Carey, of Vision Temple!

Damn. I could really use that Matt.

But I always thought the Prairie Squid Dip was a DANCE of sorts.

Driving across the plains at high speed in the Holy El Camino, you cross

directly over one and reach through the rusted out floor board and snatch

it up by the beak with pliers. Debeaking it with a quick flick of the

wrist, you plug one end onto a waiting penis and the other into the

cigarette lighter socket. Then you dance in the front seat until the

battery goes dead. Hell, I thought EVER BODY knew that.

* 2qwk! 2.0 * I'll have what the guy on the floor is having.

 

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Subject:

Re: clam dip

Date:

14 May 1996 00:00:00 GMT

From:

mhass703@loop.com (Michelle Klein-Hass)

Organization:

Animation Nerd At Large

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alt.slack, alt.slack.goathead

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Xenu's Volcanic Hot Clam Dip

(Haven't tested this out yet, but it showed up in the LA Crimes Food

Section as simply "hot clam dip" and it looks pretty good)

 

1 8 oz can chopped clams

2 Tbs butter

2 Tbs minced onion

2 Tbs minced garlic

2 Tbs ketchup or Tabasco Ketchup

Tabasco to taste

1 cup shredded sharp cheddar cheese

2 Tbs chopped black olives

1 tsp Worcestershire sauce

1 small round loaf of French Bread

 

Drain clams, reserving 1 Tbs liquid. Melt butter in skillet, add onion and

garlic and cook until tender but not burnt. Add clams, reserved liquid,

Ketchup, hot pepper sauce, olives and Worcestershire sauce. Allow to cool.

 

Combined cooled-off clam sauce with cheddar cheese. Cut the top off of and

hollow out the french bread loaf...allow a 1/4" margin around the edges.

Reserve pulled out bread for bread crumbs...just leave it out until it

gets stale, then process in a food processor or blender. Fill the loaf

with the cheddar cheese/clam sauce mixture. Put the top back on and wrap

the loaf in foil. Bake the loaf for 15 to 18 minutes at 375 degrees or

until cheese is gooey.

 

Serve with tortilla chips or Fritos. Guaranteed to enturbulate your clam

engrams.

 

The Highly Irreverend APC Catgirl Nuku Nuku

alt.slack.goathead Big Shot

 

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