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The food thread.

Discussion in 'GMD Social Forum' started by mutantllama, Dec 13, 2007.

  1. wandering_taco

    wandering_taco Minstrel of Woe

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    Yesterday my after school snack was a microwave burrito, leftover chicken, a bag of funnyons, two cookies, a donut stick, and a glass of milk.
     
  2. Black Orifice

    Black Orifice Vein-Marbled Tower

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    PUMPKIN ROLLS FUCKING RULE
     
  3. panzerfaust666

    panzerfaust666 German Asshole

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    yeah Just a simple Pizza Margharita is healthy. Thin crust dough, olive oil, Tomatoes, Boccocini, basil and your done. Healthy and fucking kickass.
     
  4. genocide roach

    genocide roach DOOOOOOOOOOM

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    theres no tequilla, so it cant be a real margarita...

    anyways, tonight:
    saffron rice w/ jaipur veggies and an egg or two
    ~gR~
     
  5. zabu of nΩd

    zabu of nΩd Free Insultation

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    Tonight I made a milk-based oyster stew, which is something my mom usually does on Christmases at the house. I just decided to give it a try since I found some oysters for cheap at the grocery store, and it came out pretty good (hard to fuck up, really). Ingredients: canned oysters (including the juice from the can), milk, butter, garlic and pepper.
     
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    I just almost threw up reading that post, but I guess that doesn't matter since I don't have to eat it.
     
  7. panzerfaust666

    panzerfaust666 German Asshole

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  8. zabu of nΩd

    zabu of nΩd Free Insultation

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    As they say, don't knock it 'til you've tried it.
     
  9. Belligerent

    Belligerent Greekus Urungus

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    Oysters are always fail.
     
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    panzerfaust666 German Asshole

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    Belligerent Greekus Urungus

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    Meh they taste like shit to me. I attended (for some odd reason) a "Guinness Oyster Fest" in downtown Chicago. Guinness and Oysters are both :puke:
     
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    Zephyrus Tyrants and Slaves

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    Seafood chowder FTW.
     
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    Burning In Hell New Metal Member

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    Throw that over some linguine.:kickass:
     
  15. arg

    arg Active Member

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    ive had oysters with cheese, bacon and some kind of herb. on a bed of salt. it was called Rockefeller Oysters. dee-lishous.
     
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    Today i will try something new. I will eat a human being. He was a homeless guy so no one will miss him anyway. I have chopped him up and all, but the meat is full of tendons, i don't know how to cook him. I've been thinking about marinating the thighs with sea salt and rosemarin pepper, anyone tried this?
     
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    Fry him... everything tastes good fried.
     
  18. zabu of nΩd

    zabu of nΩd Free Insultation

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    Not a bad idea. I'd have to give it some thickness though. Maybe on the next batch I'll go easier on the milk.

    Heh. One of my apartment mates was telling me about Oysters Rockefeller last night, and how great it was. I was actually planning to attempt that next time I cook them.
     
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    panzerfaust666 German Asshole

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    or you could have originally started with a roux, therefore letting you decide and dictate the thickness much easier.
     
  20. zabu of nΩd

    zabu of nΩd Free Insultation

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    I had to Wikipedia what a roux is. Apparently I've just learned a major element of culinary theory.
     

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