Mar 19, 2013 at 18:23:31
“You need to go back and read the article yourself and get your own facts straight.....you clearly missed a lot in that article and a whole lot of what of my post, reading problems I assume, or comprehension problems??? Whatever the case, if you can't response intellectually, don't do so at all.”
chaosjunky on Mar 20, 2013 at 10:46:39
You claimed screech didn't taste like other rum..."newfoundland screech doesn't taste anything like other rum." I said you were wrong, ya know, because it tastes like many other rums.
Then you claimed they had it wrong about the cod tonges..."cod tongues is not fish fried in flour and milk it's the actual tongue". I pointed out you were wrong again...."sautéing cod tongue with milk and flour". Those are quotes directly from your post and the article.
So what "facts" did I not get straight?
The problem you're going to find is other people can read what you write and what I write and I agree, one of us certainly can't "response intelligently"...another quote from you, whatever it means.
Somebody certainly does have problems with reading comprehension and I guarantee it isn't me.”
Mar 18, 2013 at 18:53:26
“Whoever wrote this article needs to take a trip to Newfoundland.....to get your facts straight, first of all newfoundland screech doesn't taste anything like other rum, buy a bottle at lcbo and see for yourself. Secondly, cod tongues is not fish fried in flour and milk it's the actual tongue of cod fish, dipped in flour and pan fried. You'd think someone would actually know what they're talking about before writing about it. What an embarrassment.”
Jeffrey from AB on Mar 19, 2013 at 12:35:32
“some of these articles do this constantly.”
chaosjunky on Mar 19, 2013 at 11:22:45
“First off, I'm from Newfoundland. Second, Screech does indeed taste like rum. Every brand of rum has a distinct flavor and of course are not EXACTLY alike, but what they all have in common is that they taste like rum....not whiskey, not vodka, not tequila...they taste like rum. So does Screech. More specifically, it tastes like many of the brands of rum sold throughout the Caribbean, which makes sense considering it is brewed in the Caribbean. There's nothing special about it, it's a brand with a cool name. It's. Just. Rum.
Next, the article says "sautéing cod tongue with milk and flour", not "fish..." as you seem to think. I'll say it again...it says specifically that it is the tongues. How you read "fish fried in...." when it says "sautéing cod tongue" I will never know.
Finally, I will use your own words to make my last point.
"You'd think someone would actually know what they're talking about before writing about it. What an embarrassment."”