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Discussion in 'Steve Smyth' started by JBroll, Jan 27, 2008.

  1. JBroll

    JBroll I MIX WITH PHYSICS!!!!

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    So, since I still haven't found my big sauce book of doom, I figured I might as well see what else we can share around here. Neverboard has more than enough food threads, and I don't want to skip over eight pages of 'UR FAVOIRT BAND SUX' and people trying to convince others to fuck/not fuck/buy a prostate massager/fuck themselves, so here's this.

    Oh, and Steve... a local restaurant (that pitches itself as "The worst BBQ in Texas!") sells their 'Rudy's Bar-BQ Sause' for under nine dollars a liter, and while it's fucking great it has about 280mg of salt in a two tablespoon serving. I'm guessing that's a bit high?

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  2. BbqBats

    BbqBats The Seventh Tongue of God

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    There's a great place here in Chicago called Kuma's Korner that has metal themed burgers which are absolutely delicious:
    PIG DESTROYER Slow-cooked Pork and BBQ Sauce on a Pretzel Roll

    HATE BEAK BUFFALO CHICKEN Spicy Buffalo Sauce, Monterey Jack Cheese, Butter Lettuce, Tomato, and Red Onion on a Pretzel Roll with a side of Bleu Cheese Dressing

    PANTERA BURGER ½ pound burger served with Roasted Pablano Pepper, Bacon, Cheddar Cheese and Monetary Jack Cheese Ranchero Sauce and Tortilla Strips

    FUMANCHU BURGER ½ pound burger served with Grilled Japanese Eggplant, Teriyaki sauce, Wasabi Mayo, Frizzled Daikon Radish

    “OUR FAMOUS KUMA BURGER” Bacon, Cheddar, Fried Egg
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    KAIJO Bacon, Bleu Cheese, Frizzled Onions
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    BLACK SABBATH Blackening Spice, Chili, Pepper Jack, Red Onion
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    YOB Smoked Gouda, Bacon, Roasted Red Peppers, Roasted Garlic Mayo
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    IRON MAIDEN Avocado, Cherry Peppers, Pepper Jack, Chipotle Mayo
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    SLAYER Pile of fries topped with a ½ lb. Burger, Chili, Cherry Peppers, Andouille, Onions, Jack Cheese, and Anger
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    NEUROSIS Cheddar, Swiss, Sautéed Mushrooms, Caramelized Onions, Horseradish Mayo
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    METALLICA Buffalo Sauce, Bacon, Bleu Cheese Dressing
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    MELVINS Fresh Basil, Prosciutto, Mozzarella, Tomato, Onion
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    CLUTCH Cheddar, Swiss, Jack, Smoked Gouda
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    MASTODON BBQ Sauce, Cheddar, Bacon, Frizzled Onions
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    LED ZEPPELIN Pulled Pork, Bacon, Cheddar, Pickles
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    JUDAS PRIEST Bacon, Bleu Cheese Dressing with Apples, Walnuts, and dried cranberries
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    MOTORHEAD Goat Cheese, Kalamata Olives, Oregano, Tzatziki, Onion, Tomato
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    MAYHEM Sliced Jalapenos, Pancetta, Pepper Jack, Gardinera Mayo
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    DARK THRONE Chipotle Peppers, Goat Cheese, Fresh Pico de Gallo
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    GOBLIN COCK Bacon, Cheddar Cheese, ¼lb. Vienna Hot Dog, Tomatoes, Onion, Neon Green Relish, Sport Peppers, Pickles, Celery Salt Mustard
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    MINSK Pastrami, Swiss Cheese, Sauerkraut, Brown Mustard
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  3. Steve Smyth

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    Yeah, that's a bit high for anyone_, not just me!:lol: A person must walk out of there feeling really "stuffed"(read: bloated) after eating there. That's cool though man, thanks for throwing something at us here!:headbang:
     
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    Some of these can work out allright! Thanks for throwing this in there BBQ Bats! Anybody else got anything in lieu of non-fast food? Your own recipes?
     
  5. JBroll

    JBroll I MIX WITH PHYSICS!!!!

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    Well, I'll be working on easier ones... I'm not even 20 yet so I can get away with eating like I want to die tomorrow. Got some more on the way, a marinara-based fireball for pasta and meatballs is always fun and a 'traditional' (read: not weighed down by fucking tofu and gummi bears, or whatever the hell is in the new trendy recipes) chili along with the usual smoke sauce.

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    :lol: That's cool man! I can always readjust to suit my diet, so keep 'em comin'!:headbang:
     
  7. JBroll

    JBroll I MIX WITH PHYSICS!!!!

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    I liked the episode of Good Eats covering chili (well, I liked the food... the cheesy cowboy acting was... erm...), that's worth looking up.

    If you're interested in Asian spices, a Vietnamese restaurant I've been going to weekly for about the last eight years has a nice concoction of fish oil, garlic, and sugar that blends really well with just about any good chili paste or sauce - Sriracha's red sauce has to be the best bottled Asian hot stuff I've dealt with - over stir fry... half pound of chicken, an onion, a bag of rice noodles, and some of that stuff makes an amazing three dollar meal.

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