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The Food Thread.

Discussion in 'CoB Off-topic' started by SteveMCsteve, Oct 4, 2009.

  1. Muffin

    Muffin Dusk..

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    Gonna make this beautiful entrecôte piece i have, medium raw
    some hash browns
    veggies
    and make up a sauce using delicious gorgonzola


    fuck yeah

    edit: oh and Italian mushroom, yummy
     
  2. CliffBurton

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    I didn't take a picture of the grill yesterday D: The burgers I made EASILY stole the show from the big rack of ribs I had going too, we were struggling to find something good to top them with, experiment was a massive success.

    1/2 lbs of beef, 1 shallot, 2-3 cloves of garlic (I used one big one), a good splash of sherry, and some Worcestershire sauce.
    Mix all that up with you're ground beef. make 2 large hamburgers, and 2 small ones, ratio should be about 3:1 for sizes.

    Shred some swiss cheese. Press little craters into the big hamburger to make a pocket for the cheese, then use the smaller hamburger you have as a cap, and sort of just pinch, and work the seam so its one solid hamburger. Put a good amount of salt and pepper on the outside of the hamburger, will help it get a nice crust when you toss it on the girll.

    We then topped them with some onions that were sauteed in some butter and more cherry, lettuce, tomato, and dijon. A good BBQ sauce would have been good, but was unnavailable. Ridiculous, we have a BBQ and no one had sauce, just this half bottle of shitty Kraft 'chickn and rib' bullshit.
     
  3. Macharius

    Macharius Thank you for noticing.

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    That burger recipe is tits! I'm a fat diabetic sleep apnea suffering fuck for burgers.
     
  4. SteveMCsteve

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    My mouth watered while reading it.
     
  5. CliffBurton

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    My friend invited me over for ribs his parents slow-cooked in a crockpot all day in order to "show me how good ribs are done".

    Id make everything in a crockpot too if I had one :(
     
  6. Macharius

    Macharius Thank you for noticing.

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    Thats how the chain rib pit restaurants do it. They boil the damn things to death.
     
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    Am in the USA and had my very first banana split.

    s
     
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    666laiho_4evacobhc The office is clothes.

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    T'was my stepmom's birthday, her favorite dish is horse tartar..and I'm good at it. So here's how I do it (for 4 individuals... you do the maths) :
    -600 gr. of raw grounded horse meat
    -50ml Worcestershire sauce
    -one and a half ogorek kiszony
    -some shallots (the more the better)
    -uncrushed pepper (no black grains)
    -Half a big white onion, half a big red onion
    -some capers (at your taste)
    -2 un-cooked eggs
    -tabasco and mustard at your own taste

    Slightly cook in a pan all vegetables with olive oil (no butter!) until the onion are almost transparent (more or less 3 minutes at medium). Then put every ingredients in a bowl and mix with your hands (cleaned, of coursee!). Make it like a ball and serve with sidedishes (melon salad, spicy cabbage o even sweet horseradish...anything light in the stomach actually).
     
  9. SteveMCsteve

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    Wow. Never tried horse meat before.
    What is the texture and taste like?
     
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    tastes a bit like rotten rare beef :)
    it also looks like it
     
  11. CliffBurton

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    aww dude, c'mon :erk:

    I do want to try steak tar tar some time, I really don't think I'd like it though, so I don't want to end up wasting that much food :p
    I've never even had sushi (other than grocery store shit), or rare tuna, which I really want to try soon. Raw meat is pretty hardcore.
     
  12. Macharius

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    How can you slaughter a horse? That's like, boiling a puppy.
     
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    I actually don't mind horsemeat. Not so different from beef, although I can tell the difference. It's usually hella cheap though so I tend to buy it whenever I see it.
     
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    lolno
     
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    I'm sure boiled puppy is served on many menus in Vietnam and other Asian countries.

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    I tried dog meat once.
    I thought it tasted ok, but the thought of it just turned me off.
     
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    I just had a buffalo burger at Harry's Roadhouse in Santa Fe.

    The waitress told me it was local buffalo too.

    Medium rare and it tasted great

    s
     
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    Butter, garlic, shallots, sherry, shrimp, finnish with a splash of lemon.
    all dat topped onto some broccoli, was pretty good but I did too much butter :/

    I never used to cook with butter, so I still don't know how much to use. :(
     
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    just had some pasta
     

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