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    NEWS ON THE MARCH

    Pesto Recipe

    The Pesto recipe I follow is pretty basic, but the trick is to let it sit for an hour or more after you make it, then blend it again later. It turns the pesto into a creamy green butter-like spread.

    2 cups fresh basil leaves
    ⅓ cup pine nuts
    3 large cloves garlic
    ½ cup extra-virgin olive oil
    ½ cup freshly grated parmesan cheese
    salt & pepper to taste

    Put it all in the food processor and blend the heck out it. Then let it sit for an hour or more. Then blend the heck out of it again. Enjoy!

    Hitler Was A Veggie

    Hitler Was A Veggie

    Words & Music by Al Frisby

    Well you’re feeling superior to your fellow man
    Because you don’t eat pork chops and you’ve never liked ham
    Well take a tip from me or from the history
    Hitler was a veggie, don’t you see?

    As a child he lived in the attic
    The only friend he had was a Braun Vegematic
    Unsupervised all day grinding carrots away
    Hitler was a veggie, don’t you see?

    Chorus:
    Heil Veggies! Heil Veggies!
    Ubercook the noodles, leave the butter out of the streusel
    If you know that meat is murder don’t disappoint the Führer
    Hitler Was A Veggie, don’t you see?

    Now Hitler and Ava would never fight
    They’d sit around the table until late at night
    Please pass the coleslaw, and General invade Warsaw
    September 1, 1939

    CHORUS

    Now Hitler thought his grip would last
    Until the big dumb meatheads came and kicked his ass
    So they dined on some sauerkraut
    And then he blew their brains out
    April 30th, 1945

    CHORUS

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    Scotchberg performing "Hitler Was A Veggie" written by Al Frisby

    March 9, 2013 at American Bar & Grill in Lancaster, PA - edb productions

    Video by Pete Radocaj

    NEWS ON THE MARCH!

    EXTRA! EXTRA! CITIZEN CADDLE LAUNCHES WEBSITE!

    Hi. Thanks for stopping by my new website, CitizenCaddle.com

    I launched my first personal website back in 1999. While a lot has changed in 20 years, a lot has stayed the same. As was the case then, I want this website to be a personal portal to inform and entertain anyone that cares about what I'm up to. I want to use it as a platform to tell my stories, share art made by my friends and me, and perhaps even sell a few things.

    While I am launching with limited content and products, the idea is that I will be updating continuously. If you would like to keep informed about what I'm up to, please stay in touch!

    Sincerely,

    - Citizen Caddle