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TOPIC: Dead man walking?

fradonjan Dead man walking? 1 day 3 hours ago #85

fradonjan
The worst's back page numbers.
WC 43,Freo 42,the god child 44.
Simmo would never have said what he did in his presser if he was still coach.
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expat Dead man walking? 1 day 2 hours ago #86

expat
Does this mean Sumo can try be coach again...
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jezzaargh Dead man walking? 1 day 37 minutes ago #87

jezzaargh
Guy, glad to see someone else is a fan of Russian Caravan.

My significant other, who is a tea heathen, calls it "Russian Dirt"
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hypen Dead man walking? 23 hours 9 minutes ago #88

hypen
A Wellington is a capital city,
A boot,
A bomber.

Ain't no cow called Wellington.
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expat Dead man walking? 23 hours 7 minutes ago #89

expat
I hear Johnny's a Walker...
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jezzaargh Dead man walking? 22 hours 54 minutes ago #90

jezzaargh
Wellington played for Essendon?
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Gumnut Dead man walking? 10 hours 49 minutes ago #91

Gumnut
Pat Wellington, played 58 games and kicked 42 goals for Essendon in the 70s
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hypen said You Beaut

Purple Shades Dead man walking? 4 hours 3 minutes ago #92

Purple Shades
The interim coach has wasted no time in swinging the axe.

Darling has been told to go and practice his back flips in the WAFL.
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Quasimodo Dead man walking? 3 hours 12 minutes ago #93

Quasimodo
A good move. The bloke should have been sacked when he refused to play during the epidemic. Refused the needle. Idiot sook.
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Quasimodo Dead man walking? 2 hours 26 minutes ago #94

Quasimodo
Miss Quasi the Younger Hopes Schofield paraphrased Paul Kelly

“Hit the road Jack. You’re out the F$$king door”
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shane Dead man walking? 1 hour 37 minutes ago #95

shane
Beef Wellington, a luxurious and classic dish, has a delightful origin story involving a particular cow named Wellington. The tale begins in the early 19th century in the Scottish Highlands, where a farmer named Angus MacGregor lived with his prized herd of cattle. Among them was a remarkable cow named Wellington, known for her robust stature and gleaming coat.

One autumn, Angus decided to host a grand feast to celebrate the end of the harvest season. He wanted to create a dish that would honor his beloved Wellington. Inspired by the cow’s distinguished presence, Angus crafted a sumptuous beef dish: a tender fillet of beef, seasoned to perfection, coated with a layer of pâté and duxelles, and wrapped in a delicate puff pastry.

At the feast, Angus proudly presented the dish, naming it "Beef Wellington" in honor of his cherished cow. The guests were astounded by the exquisite flavours and elegant presentation. The name "Beef Wellington" quickly spread, and the dish became a symbol of culinary excellence.

Beyond the famous dish, the legacy of Wellington continued in another remarkable way. The descendants of Wellington were selectively bred by Angus, leading to a line of cattle known for their superior quality and flavor. This line of cattle eventually became known as Angus beef, named after the dedicated farmer who first bred them.

Thus, both Beef Wellington and Angus beef owe their names to the remarkable cow Wellington and the ingenuity of farmer Angus MacGregor. This tale adds a rich layer of history and tradition to two culinary staples, linking them to the picturesque Scottish Highlands and a farmer's love for his extraordinary cow.


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