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I for i too.
This definitely must be the famous 'Welsh' Mandan Indian recipe.
When they ran out of corn and buffalo was scarse. \:D
They often combined it with Welsh rabbit.

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and with *that, all the entrants have voted -- and on the fifth day! let's leave 'em open for another day for anyone else as wants to cast their pallor; then I'll give the hogmaster* a nudzh to git 'er done.

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Me too! \:D

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e aint eavy

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 Originally Posted By: BranShea
I for i too.
This definitely must be the famous 'Welsh' Mandan Indian recipe.
When they ran out of corn and buffalo was scarse. \:D
They often combined it with Welsh rabbit.


I think you mean Welsh rarebit?

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Welsh Rabbit

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My solid paper Collins (1872 pages ed. 2007 ) gives:

Welsh rabbit n a savoury dish consisting of melted cheese sometimes mixed with milk, seasonings, etc., on hot buttered toast. Also called:
Welsh rarebit, rarebit [ C-18th a fancyful coinage; rarebit is a later folk-etymological variant ]

This is just fun:
Windsor McCay Dreams of the Rarebit Fiend

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Welsh Rarebit sprinkled with pepper mmm mmm. We used to have it with toast or chunks of fresh white bread from an uncut loaf which I would swirl around the edges of my plate, yummy. Ya cant go past a good fresh loaf of bread and cheese.

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