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PostPosted: Wed Nov 23, 2016 11:20 am 
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Or rather a sticky thread for food, drinks and such...

Considering the the fact that eating is the main sustenance for us all, this thread is necessary. And do not try anything like men do not cook.

I will provide best possible food porno with photos and recipes. And the best dishes and drinks to influence the opposite sex to have realistic expectations to have some fun. ;)

And I expect all to share their best advise, Mr. Wilkerson providing the Best Kansas style skunk stews (congratulations for your being 62).

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 23, 2016 11:53 am 
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Ice cold Stolichnaya, ice cold shot glasses, fill the shot glass up 3/4 and squeeze in chilled watermelon through a mesh netting.

4 of those and the frontal lobe goes to lala land. *


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Chilled martini glass....add 4 oz Hendrick Gin and 3 molecules of dry vermouth to a cocktail shaker with ice....shake and strain into the glass. Add one slice chilled cucumber.

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8 oz center cut fillet, marinate with soy sauce, chopped garlic, shaves of truffle

Broil on an open flame for 4-5 minutes per side. Quickly transfer to hot oven and add 1 cm pieces crumbled Gorganzola to top...wait until Gorganzola just starts to melt...serve on a pre-heated metal plate.

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Chilled martini glass....add 4 oz Hendrick Gin and 3 molecules of dry vermouth to a cocktail shaker with ice....shake and strain into the glass. Add one slice chilled cucumber.

I would call that a Very Dry Martin. Though not as dry as Terry Waite's Dry Martini after he was released; a gin with a prayer.

Thanks.

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jack t ripper wrote:
8 oz center cut fillet, marinate with soy sauce, chopped garlic, shaves of truffle

Broil on an open flame for 4-5 minutes per side. Quickly transfer to hot oven and add 1 cm pieces crumbled Gorganzola to top...wait until Gorganzola just starts to melt...serve on a pre-heated metal plate.

I prefer my steak medium rare. OTOH properly fried champignon and some gorgonzola style cheese with sage is also a good idea. The cheese does not have be any expensive import stuff, local simple blue cheese may be even better. But this needs some experimentation.

Fast food is sometimes the only option. ;)

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And now my first entry, a simple supper from what I had. Well, I had two extra butternut squashes, had been a season vegetable for the month and very affordable.

So today I consumed one, with the recipe from Jamie Oliver: "Spicy roasted squash". I bought only the bacon today. Nothing left to photograph remains unfortunately, so good and so hungry. :(

Bon appetit.

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nero wrote:
jack t ripper wrote:
8 oz center cut fillet, marinate with soy sauce, chopped garlic, shaves of truffle

Broil on an open flame for 4-5 minutes per side. Quickly transfer to hot oven and add 1 cm pieces crumbled Gorganzola to top...wait until Gorganzola just starts to melt...serve on a pre-heated metal plate.

I prefer my steak medium rare. OTOH properly fried champignon and some gorgonzola style cheese with sage is also a good idea. The cheese does not have be any expensive import stuff, local simple blue cheese may be even better. But this needs some experimentation.

Fast food is sometimes the only option. ;)



Yes, of course, never turn a fillet into charcoal. It depends on the thckness and distance from the flame. If they have it, I get the "baseball cut" which is almost a cube. Yes, blue cheese is good. Had it that way.

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That's why God made fire. It makes even vegetables taste good.


Roast Parrot Heads (Brussels Sprouts)


Slice large Parrot Heads in half on the long access. Put them in a bowl. Add EVOO, salt and pepper and little bit of grated parmesan. Toss. Spread out on a bakign sheet cut side up. Roast at 350 for about 25 minutes. Leave some firmness. Don't worry about a few burnt leaves. People will fight over them.

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So, nero, you going to crash this thread too w/ ur brain dead nazi bullshit? ;)

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"Hitlerjugend Roast Artichokes"

Large artichoke. Steam until hot inside but still a bit firmer than you would serve a steamed artichoke (you just have to experiment). Remove..let cool a bit. Quarter along the long axis. Leave all the leaves and stem on.

Brush with EVOO, salt and pepper. Broil until the ends of the leaves and top gets a bit of crisp to it.

Options for dip:

Melted butter
Hot mustard and olive oil
Mayo and Shiracha (70/30)

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