"What are you eating - Thread"

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Re: "What are you eating - Thread"

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Some food is strictly regional, like Grits.

I'm thinking of trying the Paleo diet, but if booze don't figure in, forget it.

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One of my little girls married a slob from a place where they eat cheese curds. Damn, they were nasty. And so is he.My girls, unlike me, have bad taste in boys. Well, except my sweet step daughter, who won the husband lottery with her sweetie.
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booznik wrote:
Patchez wrote:YOU ARE ALL BARBARIANS. Poutine when done well is Canada's greatest gift to the world.
You have to try the good stuff in Canada to know. Yes, fresh cheese curds, gravy, and fries look disgusting, but it's awesome.

Let's face it, chili cheese fries aren't photogenic either.
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Re: "What are you eating - Thread"

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May I present, Steppegras…

A huge steak, cooked to perfection, under a mountain of the skinniest shoestring fries on the planet…sauces and salad on the side.

You gotta be schooled and licensed to prepare and sell this Belgian delicacy.

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Ice cream, because I'm a grown up and I can do what I want.

Mint choc chip if you're asking
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peetie44 wrote:May I present, Steppegras…

A huge steak, cooked to perfection, under a mountain of the skinniest shoestring fries on the planet…sauces and salad on the side.

You gotta be schooled and licensed to prepare and sell this Belgian delicacy.
That sounds freaking awesome.
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The cooking thread, because it has been a while

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and drunks need to eat

Now, notwithstanding the time I dropped the flaming ladle of brandy and set fire to the kitchen floor, (you never saw such a tap dance), here is a much simpler burgundy beef:

2 lb. beef, like chuck, or something you would stew. Salt and pepper it now, because it tastes better than if you wait.
Brown it in some good oil. Take it out, and throw a pile (like 4 of them) of onions in, and gild them. Drop a lady palmful of flour over them. Cook for a bit or two, add a cup of dark red wine, pinot noir is good, bring it to a boil. Toss in some carrots, maybe 6, garlic (lots of garlic--can't have those vampires showing up at midnight) and a bit of herbs. (I was gonna say bouquet garni, but I figured you'd think I was all kinds of pretentious) Okay, gotta stop with the parentheses. It's sort of like my love of commas. And, when I was but a tiny little Savage child, and I discovered the semicolon, and figured out how easy it was to impress the graduates of shitty colleges that were tasked with teaching me and my psychotic little peers, okay.. sorry,

oh wait, you need to put the beef back in at some point. Oh yeah, throw a chunk of butter in there at some point. Because, butter, ya kinow.

So, add maybe a cup of water and 2 honking spoons of demi glace, or that supermarket beef base, or, if you want to go full-on OC ghetto, bullion cubes, but don't mention my name, because... damn. And, anyway, cover the meat a bit and simmer for a couple of hours. Don't go off and forget it though; you need to give it a whack every now and then, so it doesn't stick to the pot.

Grandma Julia puts in mushrooms, but my old man hates them, so. It's all I can do to get him to accept the freaking carrots.

Serve with bourbon before, wine during, bourbon after. Oh, and biscuits are nice, if you can get the counter cleared off.
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Re: "What are you eating - Thread"

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Tuna, the fish, in the can. except need someone to open the can. And slash the mayo and lemon and so forth around. And spread it on the bread,. Which, do we any have of?
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Re: The cooking thread, because it has been a while

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There's a fine-sounding carnivorous witch/vampire/evil eye-repelling recipe, with a nice side of tangents. I like it.

Because butter... yes, we're on the same page.

Still laughing at bullion cubes being "OC ghetto".
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Re: "What are you eating - Thread"

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Hulled corn and bean soup, with ham

Creamy, from mashing some of the cannellini in the butter and cracked pepper for a base at the start.
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I cant stand the Grauniad. Since when have donor kebabs been a hangover cure? Since never, thats when. And did you check out that journos fringe? Almost as sickening as her knowing grimace. Bah!

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Casual Binger wrote: I cant stand the Grauniad. Since when have donor kebabs been a hangover cure? Since
forever that's when. i loves me a cleasnsing hot chilli kebab on the AM.

I have NFI what a Graunliad is.
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Username wrote:I have NFI what a Graunliad is.
It's a running joke in the satirical magazine, Private Eye referring to the Guardian newspaper as the Grauniad
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Re: The cooking thread, because it has been a while

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Maybe Palinka might post his lamb recipe in here. That was freaking delicious, thanks for that fine meal good sir!
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Username wrote:
Casual Binger wrote: I cant stand the Grauniad. Since when have donor kebabs been a hangover cure? Since
forever that's when. i loves me a cleasnsing hot chilli kebab on the AM.

I have NFI what a Graunliad is.
You must get up late. When i lived in london i cant recall too many kebab shops being open on the way to work.

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