The favorite food/comfort food/food craving..what I am eating now or about to make..all food "inclusive" thread..:p XD

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  1. Fishon

    Fishon I Will Close You

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    Attempt to get your hands on some of these world famous chilies and use them the next time. I'm assuming you blister and remove the skin prior to adding into the pot- if not you should.

    http://www.elreyfarms.com/

    Over the weekend I mesquite grilled (nice and pink) two snow goose breasts and many a duck (mallard, pintail, wigeon) breast. Some were marinated in a homemade teriyaki (orange juice, ginger, brown sugar, soy etc.) ,others had a vinaigrette (olive oil, sherry vinegar, garlic, parsley, Greek oregano), and a third had a dry rub- and added to those was a sauce of chicken stock, shallots, apricot preserves, and crushed fresh blackberries. The snow goose had an ever so slight liver/mineral taste that just rocked. A cold mushroom pasta was the major side dish.
     
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    2.0 NBR Macro-Mod®

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    Did not know you could cook. Now I see why everybody's trying to get up in your crib. :D
     
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  3. radji

    radji Farewell, Solenya...

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    Fishon is an awesome Chef Boyardee. :vbthumbsup:
     
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  4. killkenny1

    killkenny1 Too weird to live, too rare to die.

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    Where have you been all this time?
    It was known for quite some time that Fishon is a very good cook.
     
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    Out to lunch. :D
     
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  6. Syndrome

    Syndrome Torque Matters

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    I cooked up some tator-tot jalapeno poppers for the superbowl. $15 made enough poppers that myself and 5 friends ate so many of them we almost popped ourselves. ;)
     
  7. hizzaah

    hizzaah Notebook Virtuoso

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    We tried to recreate our favorite dish (they call it Murgh Mirch Masala) from our local Indian restaurant. It's a dish with chicken, potatoes, and carrots in a spicy red sauce/gravy. It is my favorite meal right now by far and I go at least once a week if I can. The recreation attempt didn't go so well. It wasn't bad but it wasn't the magical dish we were hoping for. It was way too spicy for one thing. This attempt led us to a local Indian grocery store where we picked up a bunch of stuff to try out so that was a plus. We also made some naan that turned out pretty good after we figured out what temp the cast iron needed to be at for cooking :vbrolleyes:
     
  8. Nick

    Nick Mr.Mischief

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    Heavy cream in my coffee.
     
  9. killkenny1

    killkenny1 Too weird to live, too rare to die.

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    You monster, what's wrong with you?!?
     
  10. radji

    radji Farewell, Solenya...

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    Here in the US, we put cream or milk in our coffee...not whiskey or vodka.
     
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