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Dwayner

Just Lou!!!

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Just loose.

 

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not that there's anything wrong with hat...

 

[rockband]

 

[ 09-09-2002, 06:14 PM: Message edited by: Poseur ]

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Just LUTEFISK!

 

Lutefisk - Norwegian meal made of dried fish

 

Take some fish, preferably cod.

Hang it in the sun for a month.

When it's rock hard, take it down.

You now have "tørrfisk", which is dried fish. Smells awful. Tørrfisk can be kept for years. As long as it's kept dry.

 

Whenever you are in the mood for lutefisk, just get the tørrfisk from wherever you have stored it. Submerge the hard, dead, dried, smelly fish in caustic soda and leave it for 24 hours. The smell doesn't improve, but at least it becomes soft. (What doesn't become soft after a day in caustic soda?)

 

'This must be wrong!' you might think. But no, this is how it is done. When the fish looks gooey, heat it in warm water. Do not boil it, mind you. Boiling makes it rubbery, and you don't want that, it's bad enough as it is. And that's it! You have made yourself lutefisk.

 

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edit: never mind, cool lou in his youth picture that won't copy.

 

[ 09-27-2002, 10:31 AM: Message edited by: Poseur ]

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