I LIKE this site! Suppertime at the "house of hoot". [Jesus Talk]

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Fried taters, fried onions and baked chik'n breast. Now, that don't sound too bad but ya'll gotta have somethang to warsh it down with. 1 Quart of iced T--refills available at no extra charge!!

Ole Calvin is actin dumb--all curlied up and rubbin type lonesome for Lil Dumplin and the oldhillbilly. Chik'n bones? Yep---Calvin gets to gnaw on'm--that is after I do!

Those fried taters/onions can be drownded in white gravy if'n ya'll have a mind ta.

I'll bet that Jesus Christ likes Fried chik'n too! Why would He let me love it if He didn't? He's for real folks---and He STILL saves and heals!!!

Old hoot, Calvins cook, gibson. Matt. 24:44

-- old hoot gibson (hoot@pcinetwork.com), January 25, 2002


Thank you, hoot! Your always welcome here. I sure miss you on the Countryside forum and so do many others. Your always asked about there! And ya know...I think your right....Jesus probably does like fried chicken! Blessings my friend.

-- Karen (mountains_mama2@hotmail.com), January 26, 2002.

Dear Hoot, I always look forward to reading something from you, brings a smile to my face and sometimes a little tear in the eye. Good for the soul. Mona Lea

-- Mona Lea in S.E. missouri (monalea@hotmail.com), January 26, 2002.

Hoot, how do you fry your potatoes? Do you cook them first or fry them raw? I oven-fry mine because we have to watch the greasy stuff, but they taste good anyway. I personally like gravy on mine. Mona Lea in Southeast Missouri

-- Mona Lea (monalea@hotmail.com), January 26, 2002.

Mona! Since I had the "heart thing" almost 5 years ago I kinda gotta watch the grease myself. I use corn oil to fry with. Get the grease h ot first, dump in the onions and then slice up 3 or 4 big taters-- unpeeled. I cook'm on low for about 30 minutes-turnin every little bit. They brown quite nicely and ends up cooked through and crispy too!

I don't know if this is the right way or not but I've always done it this way and am too old and too lazy to change, I guess.

I was just a wonderin awhile ago---rekon what we'll have to eat at the Marriage supper of the Lamb? Sure hope it's fried taters, onions, fried chik'n and gravy. Course, it won't matter any because Jesus Christ will be there and that's ALL that counts!!! old hoot. Matt.24:44

-- old hoot gibson (hoot@pcinetwork.com), January 26, 2002.

Hoot - At our old church, the preacher was giving a sermon on Mary & Martha. He said that Jesus would have preferred that Martha sit down and listen to what he had to say instead of making a big fuss cooking. He said Jesus was a "casserole kind of guy"! Will always remember that preacher. He's still my favorite (other than my Grandaddy). He always had a reference to either sports or food in his sermons!

-- Cindy in NY (cjpopeck@worldnet.att.net), January 31, 2002.

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