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Discussion in 'Food, Drugs & Alcohol' started by minty, May 25, 2012.
Great combo! Gotta try that too, sometime.
Ground venison, bean and rice burrito with homemade salsa.
Jalapeno from the garden:
Home made white pizza with salmon, scallions, tomato and broccoli.
Cheese was a mix of riccota underneath n mozzarella.
That looks suspiciously like what I made after the last vendor party.
I made mine from a wide assortment of grilled meats, some salad, a few beers and mixed drinks in all the Saami national colours.
Ur vomit sounds delish
It was so chunky that I actually had to chew it on the way out.
Worth it though.
adjusted for culinary accuracy
I collected that myself to.
ramen with mrs. dash instead of flavor packets
had to microwave it in the water because i'm not allowed to have a hot plate at the office
egg omlette microwave thingo. quick n dirty, easy Sunday AM brekky for when i'm still to drunk to drive to maccas.
One hot sauce, one chipotle. @endsenten @uberfukken @Radha the Buttwhisperer those 3 drops are of the HOT sauce, provided for reference for when I test that hot sauce fucking endo asked me to get and should arrive within a week or so. For my palette, those 3 drops are nice and hot, i take it to 4-5 if i want to blow my head off. That'll give all of us an idea of how hot that black label shit is.
Shake it up, tip it into the microwave stone thing, chuck in some shredded cheese
Make some toast while the eggs are microwaving for 1min 20 secs
Tip the eggs out of the stone thingo onto the toast, splash with my fave wetback sauce, and fucking eat.
Also ty for info on hotsauce.
N brofist on the Cholula
I love those lil egg stone cookers.
dave's honey oats & flax
get over here and i'll prep you into a sandwich god damn it
did you know that vegan cheese is in fact a brick of lies
easy, just boil it for a while, chop it up a bit, then stir it up with nearly done 2-3 fried and chopped onions, then just add few eggs, stir for another minute and it's ready. Goes well with tatos and mayo/tartar sauce.
Cheese fresh from the free range soy based crueltry free non GMO bean cow.
i pan fried some pineapple and olives to add to a margerhita pizza last night
it was pretty good
i need to get a camera worth a damn again
I had an omlette with cheese chicken, spinach n it was good.
I was too lazy to take pic b4 eating
The beginnings of chili. Pretty watery right now, this is from a minute ago, right before I added the black beans, which I had cooked earlier in the juices from the London broil I had cooked before that. *note I did not cook it incrementally for any particular reason, as I know it can all be done together. It did help to save space in the crockpot, since I am now in the predicament of not having space for the kidney beans or corn .
Anywho, it has a bunch of pureed tomatoes from the garden that we managed to save from the cocksucking tobacco worms, and a bunch of habanero and jalapeno sourced from same garden. Other than that, I grated half a rutabaga into it, since I feel it adds a little character, tho highly non-traditional. Also potato, because they go in everything.
Our peppers are coming out much spicier than the shitty market ones, so the house reeks of the sweet aroma of habanero
oh also bell pepper, onion and spice, which p-much goes without saying.
ocho peanut butter
i made it using money i earned as a cook
earlier today i had a free soy strawberry shake and a $5 peach burger thing at the restaurant
the sauce i had made myself this morning
that's all i've eaten today
i ran 2.5 miles after working for 10 hours
i'm working around 25 hours of overtime this week
i'm from ohio, we don't need to know these kinds of signals
I'm sick of puff dogs
So from time to time I eat Brie cheese with bread whilst drinking a concoction of green tea, black tea and mint tea. It's pure ecstasy (Epicurus did nothing wrong) but I feel like I'm missing out on the bread part since I'm just using fairly mundane high fibre slice bread. Does anyone have any suggestions?
I'm also thinking of trying this.
it should either be a flatbread or a cracker
crisps don't usually work with brie
Baguette is an example
Okay, you talked about Brie before, so let's get to it. Endsenten is right, the crunchy element is important part of the experience. (grapes and walnuts go well with as well). But you can also try it with fried bread instead. You can use older bread for it, some folks might say that it is even better with old bread. Personally i prefer darker types of bread, the darker, the better. This is more or less aight.
Now, heat up the oil and pray for the best. At least one slice always ends up being all fucked. You gotta set the temperature right! The oil has to be really hot, but not burning. When you put a slice of bread in, it has to sizzle, but not as much as to burn your entire face off. If the oil isn't hot enough, the bread will soak it all in, and you will be further referred to as a faggot. Kapish?
Now let's see what we ended up with here. No. 1 is fried slightly bit too much.. a bit crunchier than you may want. It might possibly shatter as you take the first bite and all the precious shit you'll put on it will be spilled on your shirt. No. 2 is doing slightly better, but it seems to be really fucking greasy. You can always use kitchen towels to soak some of it off. No. 3 is a half-breed. And not in a sexy, exotic way, but rather in the malformed, worst-of-both-worlds-way. Being half-burnt, half undone, you can pretty much throw it away... But not me. Heh-heh. Number Four is nearly perfect! Nearly.. nothing ever is! *Groan* ... Number 5 should only seem to be edible to you if you're a fan of butt cancer. Now, one more step. Take a peeled slice from a garlic and smear it all over the slices of fried bread. Just spread on both sides till there's nothing left. And then..
Put few slices of brie on the fried bread while it is still hot.. and top it with hotsauce(s) of your choice..
Ok, and something for @Radha the Buttwhisperer ... just some outlines
bulgur, tomatoes, cucumber, peppers, spring onions, parsley, coriander, ground pepper, olive oil, lemon juice from 1 whole lemon
hemoglobin salad (baby spinach, pickled beetroot, feta, walnut oil)
greek (olives, feta, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, cucumbers, olive oil, black pepper)
Beans, celery stalks, red and white onions, tomatoes, sunflower oil, black and white pepper
Tuna, eggs, carrots, tomatoes, cucumbers, ruccola, lettuce
fake slaw(carrots, lettuce, turnip cabbage, crème fraîche (+ teaspoon of mayo if you can't live without it))
Corn salad, cucumbers, dried tomatoes, mozzarella, olive oil (a lot)
Nothing is more American than pico de gallo on Labor Day
Now with serranos