If you wanted to give it a British 'flavour' you could adopt the tradition of the President and Mr Vice as in an officers mess with the object of the toast being 'The Fallen'. Is there a particular source of origin for this remembrance or his it been around long enough to be credited as anonymous? Warmest regards, JPS The "Ode of Remembrance" is an ode taken from Laurence Binyon's poem "For the Fallen", which was first published in The Times in September 1914.
Hello Gents, Thank you Beerhunter and Watcher for both taking the time to respond. Not that it particularly makes a difference, just curious as to it's origins? More here. British toasts are frequently longer than US ones, and often come from poetrry to include all or most of a stanza/poem.
I just finished eating a salad with croutons, bacon bits, sliced radishes, and spicy Italian dressing...after vegging out on the comp for a bit I'm gonna throw a couple O' Steaks on the Barbi...cattle boyz barbi sauce, and maybe a batch of sided kicks to go with them (feelin a little lazy after the days work). One of the things I frequently pick up is a five pound pack of beef roast "ends" that are too small for the mechanical slicers at Superstore.
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Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your folks! please reply with your menu thoughts...seeing as i'm working, anything a customer orders i'll have to make... I was going to have left over roast beef, gravy, corn on the cob, and spinach salad but my dinner partner spoiled his dinner with a can of Chunky soup and took off for a few hours.