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Re: "What are you eating - Thread"

Post by SourMash » Fri Jun 13, 2014 3:45 pm

Currently working my way through a tub of marshmallow fluff, because bourbon.

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Re: "What are you eating - Thread"

Post by Savage » Sat Jun 14, 2014 2:29 am

I am thinking about an English muffin, toasted, with butter and melted chocolate chips. Sick, yes, I know.
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Re: "What are you eating - Thread"

Post by Savage » Sat Jun 14, 2014 2:32 am

Could be worse. It could be daylight, and I'm eyeballing that can of Le Sueur peas and contemplating mixing up some mayo and onion and Colby cheese. The nasty little dietary secrets... With a Mexican coke, and the shades drawn...
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Re: "What are you eating - Thread"

Post by peetie44 » Sat Jun 14, 2014 2:40 am

Savage wrote:Could be worse. It could be daylight, and I'm eyeballing that can of Le Sueur peas and contemplating mixing up some mayo and onion and Colby cheese. The nasty little dietary secrets... With a Mexican coke, and the shades drawn...
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Re: "What are you eating - Thread"

Post by Savage » Sat Jun 14, 2014 3:05 am

peetie44 wrote:
Savage wrote:Could be worse. It could be daylight, and I'm eyeballing that can of Le Sueur peas and contemplating mixing up some mayo and onion and Colby cheese. The nasty little dietary secrets... With a Mexican coke, and the shades drawn...
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Oh dear god, no. When I met Grumpy, he was fapped to managing a military club (yeah, I know fap means something else....whatever) Anyway, he always kept a honking gallon jar of those nasty things on his bar. He said some guys ate them, but more white girls, and even more black girls gobbled them down. Go figure. I've never eaten one, and I do not care to do so as long as I live. Hey, I was bad enough when I used to douse canned green beans in salsa and eat them with tortilla chips for lunch.
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Post by oettinger » Sat Jun 14, 2014 10:18 am

My father once had goat brain soup when we were in morocco. Still a lot better looking than those nasty feet. Maybe cook the meat off and make me a common sausage out of it (they do it anyways, cock and balls also inculded for sure).
Pig head aspic is high on my menue right now, with pickled cucumber
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Re: "What are you eating - Thread"

Post by Smatter Noguts » Sat Jun 14, 2014 4:58 pm

I used to drive to Alma every winter to get Haggis for the Robert Burns dinner from a butcher
who used to do it secretly 'cause the government that loves us, cares for us, and knows what's best for us have made the chieftian of the puddin' race illegal to make in 'merica.

I remember stopping by his place during the summer to say hi and he gave me some sausage for the grill with smoking instructions, so I went home and went at it.

Best sausage ever, so I called and asked what was in it.

"You can handle Haggis, but I don't think you could handle knowing what was in that casing."

I still wonder.

Bacon & Cheddar brats on the grill tonight.

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Re: "What are you eating - Thread"

Post by booznik » Sat Jun 14, 2014 5:08 pm

Smatter Noguts wrote:"You can handle Haggis, but I don't think you could handle knowing what was in that casing."

I still wonder.
There are no dropouts from Alma College. If you fail to graduate, you are put to other uses and never seen again.
Bacon & Cheddar brats on the grill tonight.
Enjoy the hell out of them brawts. I myself am going to be doing the meat-buying and barbecuing for Father's Day. Those are an idea.
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Re: "What are you eating - Thread"

Post by ThirstyDrunk » Sun Jun 15, 2014 1:22 am

DUDE! I got the "as seen on TV" bacon bowl making thing and 4 lbs of bacon. I had scrambled eggs and cheese in a bacon fucking bowl!
It was actually more trouble than it was worth, I could have just eaten the bacon and eggs, but still
It was a fucking BOWL made of BACON!
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Post by Palinka (RIP) » Sun Jun 15, 2014 6:36 am

If you're bored with ordinary burgers, try this: labelled "The Manliest Burger", I present a link to the recipe for, "The Hemingway Burger".
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Re: "What are you eating - Thread"

Post by Savage » Sun Jun 15, 2014 1:34 pm

That Hemingway burger, I read about it in some magazine, was more a gross version of meatloaf in a bun than a burger.
Bacon bowl, dear god, I bought the molds for them at the drugstore, haven't made them yet. I shouldn't be allowed to go shopping when I'm empty of bourbon and food. Nothing good can ever come from something that brags "as seen on TV."
I had a friend in Indiana, who loved her some pig brain sandwiches. shudder. just, shudder.
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Re: "What are you eating - Thread"

Post by oettinger » Sun Jun 15, 2014 1:37 pm

Savage wrote: some pig brain sandwiches. shudder. just, shudder.
You can eat what they are thinking, how cool.
Had some french fries with tzaziki, my hiccups are delicious
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Re: "What are you eating - Thread"

Post by Savage » Sun Jun 15, 2014 1:46 pm

Okay, I had to google that tzaziki stuff. Yogurt and cucumbers? Nope. I do mix mayo and lemon and garlic and cayenne and parmesan, to dip French fries, as an alternative to our usual catsup and tabasco.
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Re: "What are you eating - Thread"

Post by booznik » Sun Jun 15, 2014 7:40 pm

Savage wrote:Okay, I had to google that tzaziki stuff. Yogurt and cucumbers? Nope. I do mix mayo and lemon and garlic and cayenne and parmesan, to dip French fries, as an alternative to our usual catsup and tabasco.
Tzatziki is incredibly delicious. A match made in heaven with grilled meats like gyros (known as doner kebab in other parts). The combination is so much better than it might sound if you've never explored Mediterranean/Middle Eastern food. Lots of great places in SoCal to get those cuisines. There's an Afghan place I go to regularly, and the cuisine is refreshing, healthy, and not too expensive.

If you like cucumber salad, you're almost guaranteed to like tzatziki. If you don't, then pass.

The unsweetened version of doogh is quite a bit more challenging to the uninitiated, because there's nothing like it in American cuisine.
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Re: "What are you eating - Thread"

Post by booznik » Sun Jun 15, 2014 8:15 pm

smatter noguts wrote:
Bacon & Cheddar brats on the grill tonight.
booznik wrote:Enjoy the hell out of them brawts. I myself am going to be doing the meat-buying and barbecuing for Father's Day. Those are an idea.
Thanks to your mention, some regular brats did make it into the mix. The Polish sausages were more popular, but the steak was the centerpiece anyway.

I smell like smoke, and I may be slightly cooked. There's a medicine for this called booze.
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