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Looking for foods that can contain a large amount of alcohol. Not alcohol that
gets cooked off. I'm thinking along the line of jello shots and rum cake. For
various and sundry reasons I'm trying to defeat a senseless ban on "alcoholic
beverages" that the authorities think are causing problems. It probably is, but
it's still fun to tweak the authorities

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On Mon, 03 Sep 2012 20:43:20 -0700, Malcom "Mal" Reynolds wrote:

Looking for foods that can contain a large amount of alcohol. Not alcohol
that
gets cooked off. I'm thinking along the line of jello shots and rum cake.
For
various and sundry reasons I'm trying to defeat a senseless ban on
"alcoholic
beverages" that the authorities think are causing problems. It probably is,
but
it's still fun to tweak the authorities


Just have somebody hit you moderately hard in the head with a baseball
bat. Fat free, calorie free, sodium free, and ... well... free.

-sw


Yes, and the rubbing alcohol could be vodka. Brilliant
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Malcom "Mal" Reynolds wrote:

Looking for foods that can contain a large amount of alcohol. Not
alcohol that gets cooked off. I'm thinking along the line of jello
shots and rum cake. For various and sundry reasons I'm trying to
defeat a senseless ban on "alcoholic beverages" that the authorities
think are causing problems. It probably is, but it's still fun to
tweak the authorities


Rhum & chocolate pralines are usually bery bland in alcohol, but who knows?
Maybe there's some brand out there selling something strong...


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On Sep 4, 12:12*am, "ViLco" wrote:
Malcom "Mal" Reynolds wrote:
Looking for foods that can contain a large amount of alcohol. Not
alcohol that gets cooked off. I'm thinking along the line of jello
shots and rum cake. For various and sundry reasons I'm trying to
defeat a senseless ban on "alcoholic beverages" that the authorities
think are causing problems. It probably is, but it's still fun to
tweak the authorities


Rhum & chocolate pralines are usually bery bland in alcohol, but who knows?
Maybe there's some brand out there selling something strong...


These are maybe 1/8th of a shot:

http://www.amazon.com/Asbach-Praline.../dp/B004LKBHMU
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spamtrap1888 wrote:

Rhum & chocolate pralines are usually bery bland in alcohol, but who
knows? Maybe there's some brand out there selling something strong...


These are maybe 1/8th of a shot:


What couldn't you understand in the line "Rhum & chocolate pralines are
usually bery bland in alcohol" ?
And in the phrase "Maybe there's some brand out there selling something
strong..." ?
Maybe I missed or misused some words...




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On Tue, 4 Sep 2012 09:12:21 +0200, "ViLco" wrote:

Malcom "Mal" Reynolds wrote:

Looking for foods that can contain a large amount of alcohol. Not
alcohol that gets cooked off. I'm thinking along the line of jello
shots and rum cake. For various and sundry reasons I'm trying to
defeat a senseless ban on "alcoholic beverages" that the authorities
think are causing problems. It probably is, but it's still fun to
tweak the authorities


Rhum & chocolate pralines are usually bery bland in alcohol, but who knows?
Maybe there's some brand out there selling something strong...


All over Italy there were street venders that sold packages of liquor
filled hard candies, maybe six types of real booze (not diluted),
could get a buzz on eating them. I don't know if they still sell
them... they looked like a package of "Charms" hard candy, each
individually wrapped and packaged in a stack exactly like Charms, only
these were potent. The trick was to suck on them until the booze
seeped out but I used to bite them and spit out the candy. They were
only a few Lira each. I bought up lots and brought them back to the
US for gifts. I've never seen anything like them in the US.
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On 9/4/2012 10:23 AM, Brooklyn1 wrote:
All over Italy there were street venders that sold packages of liquor
filled hard candies, maybe six types of real booze (not diluted),
could get a buzz on eating them. I don't know if they still sell
them... they looked like a package of "Charms" hard candy, each
individually wrapped and packaged in a stack exactly like Charms, only
these were potent. The trick was to suck on them until the booze
seeped out but I used to bite them and spit out the candy. They were
only a few Lira each. I bought up lots and brought them back to the
US for gifts. I've never seen anything like them in the US.



Not hard candy, but if you are ever in Las Vegas, go to Ethyl M's
Chocolate Factory. Buy these:

http://www.ethelm.com/shop/ProductDe...category_Id=48

Thank me later.

George L
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On Sep 4, 2:02*am, "ViLco" wrote:
spamtrap1888 wrote:
Rhum & chocolate pralines are usually bery bland in alcohol, but who
knows? Maybe there's some brand out there selling something strong...

These are maybe 1/8th of a shot:


What couldn't you understand in the line "Rhum & chocolate pralines are
usually bery bland in alcohol" ?
And in the phrase "Maybe there's some brand out there selling something
strong..." ?
Maybe I missed or misused some words...


ViLco, realize that although this is rfc, not every response is meant
to be antagonistic. Some will agree with your point, while others are
neutral. Mine was informational only.
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In article , "Randy Johnson"
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On 3-Sep-2012, "Malcom \"Mal\" Reynolds"
wrote:

For
various and sundry reasons I'm trying to defeat a senseless ban on
"alcoholic
beverages" that the authorities think are causing problems.


Seems like AA is called for when you have to sneak booze into places it's
banned.
http://aa.org


AA is only called for when people have a problem with liquor not where they
drink it
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On Sep 3, 8:43*pm, "Malcom \"Mal\" Reynolds" atlas-
wrote:
Looking for foods that can contain a large amount of alcohol. Not alcohol that
gets cooked off. I'm thinking along the line of jello shots and rum cake. For
various and sundry reasons I'm trying to defeat a senseless ban on "alcoholic
beverages" that the authorities think are causing problems. It probably is, but
it's still fun to tweak the authorities


Someone here had posted a recipe(if that's what you wanna call it!)
for drunken gummy bears- basically GBs covered with vodka for a few
days. I had a big bag from Costco, so I tried it. Wow- those packed a
punch! Also, when I worked in bakeries, one of the things we made with
cake scraps was rum balls. A bit of frosting, some apricot jam and the
scraps all mixed together with the amount of rum needed to hold them
together.


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On Tue, 04 Sep 2012 10:42:21 -0500, George Leppla
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On 9/4/2012 10:23 AM, Brooklyn1 wrote:
All over Italy there were street venders that sold packages of liquor
filled hard candies, maybe six types of real booze (not diluted),
could get a buzz on eating them. I don't know if they still sell
them... they looked like a package of "Charms" hard candy, each
individually wrapped and packaged in a stack exactly like Charms, only
these were potent. The trick was to suck on them until the booze
seeped out but I used to bite them and spit out the candy. They were
only a few Lira each. I bought up lots and brought them back to the
US for gifts. I've never seen anything like them in the US.



Not hard candy, but if you are ever in Las Vegas, go to Ethyl M's
Chocolate Factory. Buy these:

http://www.ethelm.com/shop/ProductDe...category_Id=48

Thank me later.


I'm sure they're good bon bons but for $16 I can buy a 1.75L bottle of
Crystal Palace and a pound of Hershy's kisses... after two stiff
drinks the chocolate may as well be Reese's Pieces.
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merryb wrote:

On Sep 3, 8:43*pm, "Malcom \"Mal\" Reynolds" atlas-
wrote:
Looking for foods that can contain a large amount of alcohol. Not alcohol
that
gets cooked off. I'm thinking along the line of jello shots and rum cake.
For
various and sundry reasons I'm trying to defeat a senseless ban on
"alcoholic
beverages" that the authorities think are causing problems. It probably is,
but
it's still fun to tweak the authorities


Someone here had posted a recipe(if that's what you wanna call it!)
for drunken gummy bears- basically GBs covered with vodka for a few
days. I had a big bag from Costco, so I tried it. Wow- those packed a
punch! Also, when I worked in bakeries, one of the things we made with
cake scraps was rum balls. A bit of frosting, some apricot jam and the
scraps all mixed together with the amount of rum needed to hold them
together.


thanks
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"Malcom \"Mal\" Reynolds" wrote:
In article ,
merryb wrote:

On Sep 3, 8:43 pm, "Malcom \"Mal\" Reynolds" atlas-
wrote:
Looking for foods that can contain a large amount of alcohol. Not alcohol
that
gets cooked off. I'm thinking along the line of jello shots and rum cake.
For
various and sundry reasons I'm trying to defeat a senseless ban on
"alcoholic
beverages" that the authorities think are causing problems. It probably is,
but
it's still fun to tweak the authorities


Someone here had posted a recipe(if that's what you wanna call it!)
for drunken gummy bears- basically GBs covered with vodka for a few
days. I had a big bag from Costco, so I tried it. Wow- those packed a
punch! Also, when I worked in bakeries, one of the things we made with
cake scraps was rum balls. A bit of frosting, some apricot jam and the
scraps all mixed together with the amount of rum needed to hold them
together.


thanks


You can make worms out of jello shot recipe using straws.

Greg
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spamtrap1888 wrote:

What couldn't you understand in the line "Rhum & chocolate pralines
are usually bery bland in alcohol" ?
And in the phrase "Maybe there's some brand out there selling
something strong..." ?
Maybe I missed or misused some words...


ViLco, realize that although this is rfc, not every response is meant
to be antagonistic. Some will agree with your point, while others are
neutral. Mine was informational only.


Ok, thanks




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