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chickenplucker
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2017/11/16 13:43:55 (permalink)

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What is the oldest thread that someone has brought back from the dead? Asking for a friend...
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Re: Zombies 2017/11/16 14:30:18 (permalink)
I just brought back this one from way back in September 2003
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Re: Zombies 2017/11/16 14:37:18 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby wanderingjew 2017/11/16 14:43:48
Zombie's are so hot right now.
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Re: Zombies 2017/11/16 14:51:32 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby chickenplucker 2017/11/16 14:52:46
I like drinking Zombies-Don the Beachcomber's 1934 Recipe is a fave...
INGREDIENTS
6 ounces crushed ice, plus extra to fill glass
¾ ounce fresh lime juice
½ ounce fresh grapefruit juice
¼ ounce cinnamon syrup
½ ounce falernum
1½ ounces Puerto Rican gold rum
1½ ounces aged Jamaican rum
1 ounce Lemon Hart 151 Demerara Rum
1 teaspoon grenadine
Dash Angostura bitters
6 drops Pernod or Herbsaint
Mint sprig
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Re: Zombies 2017/11/16 14:54:24 (permalink)
Never heard of falernum until just now. 
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Re: Zombies 2017/11/17 08:17:28 (permalink)
As one who has used (some would say abused) the search function, let me explain myself.........
If this site needs new members, a good way to attract them is by having good info available when a "potential" finds us via Google.
"good" info should, IMO, be easy to find, and in one place.
IMO, it is better to add to an existing thread, rather than start a new one.
As for the potential new members, it bothers me (and I know that it shouldn't) when a newbie posts a question and gets several thoughtful answers that he/she never checks back  to read.
Maybe some person or bot will pull this up in 2099
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Re: Zombies 2017/11/17 08:28:12 (permalink)
tmiles
As one who has used (some would say abused) the search function, let me explain myself.........
If this site needs new members, a good way to attract them is by having good info available when a "potential" finds us via Google.
"good" info should, IMO, be easy to find, and in one place.
IMO, it is better to add to an existing thread, rather than start a new one.
As for the potential new members, it bothers me (and I know that it shouldn't) when a newbie posts a question and gets several thoughtful answers that he/she never checks back  to read.
Maybe some person or bot will pull this up in 2099




There's no such animal as a LEGITIMATE new member- that's pure fantasy
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Re: Zombies 2017/11/17 10:07:33 (permalink)
I bring back my original questions every once in a great while.
Might be a good time to though because we were just discussing deep fried tacos 🌮 on our local KC FB food board.
Some things never go out of style.
And for that matter, though I haven't looked lately, my original question here about Italian Steak Sandwiches and the accompanying thread was the first entry in google.
Same with Hawkeyes John's BPT question, I think...
post edited by 1bbqboy - 2017/11/17 11:31:16
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