Discussion in 'Introductions' started by ChristianMyst, Oct 5, 2007.
You may be an incarnated Shark. People can't eat all that.
That would work, SeattleLegal, but I would suggest we thinly slice those. I would have some reservation about the preservatives of most, so we may have to whip those up fresh.
My sincere apologies SG, I read it as 'and' bacon bits - I must learn not to post when I am so tired.
I guess we best add waffles to the menu, then, 'cause I don't know so very much about Islam at all. Set the stick aside, though. Just set out some basic concept(s) of Islam that you think people have to get (no links please.) In your own words, what is it you don't think people are appreciating about Islam (I gather this is your chosen belief?) Then we can start off on the right foot. Know one's going to have confidence in a chef who is limping around the kitchen "Oh my gosh, she took a might swing and missed, I was just too fast. But in her rage she connected dead on with this mornings bacon, freshly sliced from the slab. I was just experimenting with tasting some almonds in the heavy oil when the stick came crashing down. Accenting the strong sent of bacon that permeated the kitchen was an aromatic and colorful batch of "bacon bits w/Almonds" that managed to fly so high in the air upon impact that they came to rest suggestively back in the frying pan. It got everyone in the mood for their Islam 101 lesson.
... and now, with no further ado... MuslimWomen!
Mystery Thread sounds like Mystery Meat to me InLove. Perhaps I will slip in for a very few seconds. No promises.
Yes, well that was sort of the point of titling it as such. (My sense of humor, I admit, is a bit warped at times.)
The recipes there are, for the most part, vegetarian, although that is not a rule. I keep mine meatless out of concern for those members who do not believe in eating meat. But I appreciate any contributions that have been made. And by the way, the Mystery Thread isn't limited to food recipes--there are other ideas, such as a study of tea ceremonies and aromatherapy crafts. I hope you will drop by.
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