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    Roasted Broccolli


    Need a vegetable but burned out?Want one can eat and can't wait to make another batch of? Then you have come to the right spot

    Roasted Broccolli

    Pre-heat oven to 450

    Cover Cookie Pan with broccolli florets(sp?) - I prefer the smaller the better for roasting purposes

    Cover entire pan with salt, pepper, and seasoned salt

    Cover entire pan wtih light drizzling of olive oil.

    Mix with hands all together covering each piece of broccolli with olive oil & seasoning.

    Cover one last time Pan with light layer of seasoned salt.

    Put in Oven roast for 15-20 minutes.

    Comes out crunchy and delicious.

    !!WARNING!! If made correctly you will probably eat the whole pan the first time you try them because they are soo good.

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    That horny bat action u got going on, I cannot freakin concentrate on anything u write, with the CORKED BAT lookin at me. This is the best I have seen so far, my wife just came in here an looked, and was like, that cant be real, is it ???? good work...
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    It looks real, but is not. Look at the shadow coming off of the bat's left ear. The bat's weenie shoul be making the same shadow...unless it is a vampire-dick bat...dim
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    Quote Originally Posted by diminuendo
    It looks real, but is not. Look at the shadow coming off of the bat's left ear. The bat's weenie shoul be making the same shadow...unless it is a vampire-dick bat...dim
    the shadow is directly behind the bat, which would make seeing the shadow of the bat dick impossible.

    i cant believe we are analyzing a bat dick.

    and i just wanted to say i HATE HATE HATE cooked broccolli
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    hahaha....i love thsi thread, lol

    bat dicks and crispy broccoli florets?!?!



    regards,
    COTC

    PS: I love broccoli!!!!!
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    I'm not awake yet. Is this a recipe for broccoli or bat dick?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pioneer
    the shadow is directly behind the bat, which would make seeing the shadow of the bat dick impossible.

    i cant believe we are analyzing a bat dick.

    and i just wanted to say i HATE HATE HATE cooked broccolli
    You can see the shadow of the right ball and a small shadow of the corked weiner; and give this a try pioneer, I hated cooked broccolli too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by milwood
    I'm not awake yet. Is this a recipe for broccoli or bat dick?
    omfg im crying
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    isn't the shadow theory what they used to try and prove that the picture of oswald wasn't real in the JFK movie
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    Hey Bohica, just wanted to thank you for the recipe. Other than an occassional salad, I'm not a fan of vegetables. Unfortunately, they are a necessary evil especially when dieting. Anyway, I made some today and used McCormick Garlic Pepper Grinder seasoning and to my surprise I actually enjoyed the broccolli. I also sliced some yellow peppers and did the same thing. Funny how such a simple recipe can make a difference. Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JCJXXL
    Hey Bohica, just wanted to thank you for the recipe. Other than an occassional salad, I'm not a fan of vegetables. Unfortunately, they are a necessary evil especially when dieting. Anyway, I made some today and used McCormick Garlic Pepper Grinder seasoning and to my surprise I actually enjoyed the broccolli. I also sliced some yellow peppers and did the same thing. Funny how such a simple recipe can make a difference. Thanks!
    Anytime, it's really good with asparagus too.
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    Uh, I think I'll skip the asparagus for now.
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    Sounds delicious...the broccoli that is. I think I'm going to try this and throw in some garlic.
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    FYI: "I Can't Believe It's Not Butter"
    is not an adequate substitute for Olive Oil
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    Men, i'm gonna have to try this....... soon
    Oh Yeah with garlic on top of that!

    on top of my list, for sure!!!
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    Gonna give this a try!
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    Sounds yummy and doable with other veggies.
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    I tried it and it's great!
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    This recipe is even good on spinach.
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