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    Holy shiat is that your cow...?

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    Watcha cookin'?

    Digitaldeath will be right over with a big pot to boil all that stuff up for you
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    Quote Originally Posted by Undertow View Post
    Holy shiat is that your cow...?

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    Time to boil some steaks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by irul&ublo View Post
    Digitaldeath will be right over with a big pot to boil all that stuff up for you
    Chef : I was supposed to go to Paris, study at the Escoffier School. That's when I got my orders. Well, I joined the Navy. Heard they had better food. Cook school, that did it.
    Willard : Oh yeah? How's that?
    Chef : [mutters something] They lined us up in front of a hundred yards of prime rib. All of us, you know, lined up and looking at it. Magnificent meat! Really! Beautifully marbled... magnifique! Next thing, they're throwing the meat into these big cauldrons. All of it, boiling it. I looked inside, man, and it was turning gray. I couldn't fuckin' believe that one!
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    They put some huge soup bones in there. I guess I will boil those. Third time rebuilding my Egg and the dog always tears the cover off... So out the car goes and enter my meat lab.

    The rug really ties the room together.
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    so civilized


    might get a little smoky in there though

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    It does. Not from the cookers though.
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    rug should look nice with fiery fat stains on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oftpiste View Post
    rug should look nice with fiery fat stains on it.
    I think so too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobby Stainless View Post










    That pig pic on the side of the fridge is kind of fucked up

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    It's only fucked up if you are uncomfortable with the fact that eating meat entails killing a living, breathing, and in some cases cute (but nevertheless delicious) animal.
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    ^^^this
    Quote Originally Posted by Foggy_Goggles View Post
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    Some of the best bacon I've ever had.
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    Is there such a thing as extra bacon? Cuz I had some leftover strips from a different recipe and figured I'd just cook em up since the grill was hot anyway. Served with 2012 Qupe Bien Nacido hillside select Roussanne. Summer food!
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    Quote Originally Posted by glademaster View Post
    It's only fucked up if you are uncomfortable with the fact that eating meat entails killing a living, breathing, and in some cases cute (but nevertheless delicious) animal.
    I'm being facetious.
    It's hilarious and I don't think anyone who would patron there would mind

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    Best 5 dollar steaks I've ever had.

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    Forgot to snag a pic, but I used this recipe for Schnitzel and I'll tell you, it came out pretty dang authentic tasting. Not that frying pork out to be that hard, but there are some good tips in here.

    https://www.daringgourmet.com/tradit...ork-schnitzel/

    I think the suggested oil temp of 330f was just about right. Not very complicated but it does create a mess in the kitchen. Though battered anything tends to have that effect, especially in my small kitchen.

    Sorry its a bit ad heavy but oh well. Went with Kaesespaetzle as the side, that didn't come out as well because, due to an unexpected wait, I had to let the cooked noodles sit for a while before putting them in the fry pan. Still good though.

    Hot damn! I have a schnitzel recipe now. Yum!
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    Thats good looking.
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    Sunday morning sourdough waffles:

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    Nice peaches.
    Quote Originally Posted by Foggy_Goggles View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by oftpiste View Post
    Nice peaches.
    And they are spectacular! Skin comes off in almost one piece and the flesh falls right off the pit. So juicy you can practically drink from them - didn't need syrup on those waffles. I'm going to cry when they are gone.
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    Watcha cookin'?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KQ View Post
    Sunday morning sourdough waffles:

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    Is your mug always that enormous or is it just really excited about those waffles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jong Lafitte View Post
    Forgot to snag a pic, but I used this recipe for Schnitzel and I'll tell you, it came out pretty dang authentic tasting. Not that frying pork out to be that hard, but there are some good tips in here.

    https://www.daringgourmet.com/tradit...ork-schnitzel/

    I think the suggested oil temp of 330f was just about right. Not very complicated but it does create a mess in the kitchen. Though battered anything tends to have that effect, especially in my small kitchen.

    Sorry its a bit ad heavy but oh well. Went with Kaesespaetzle as the side, that didn't come out as well because, due to an unexpected wait, I had to let the cooked noodles sit for a while before putting them in the fry pan. Still good though.

    Hot damn! I have a schnitzel recipe now. Yum!
    Had to make them again last night.

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