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    Re: The Tony Curtis Memorial Food Thread.

    Mmmmmmmm... Corn Beef Ruben with Russian Dressing and extra Sauerkraut, I love thee so.
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    Re: The Tony Curtis Memorial Food Thread.

    guys guys guys

    as we speak

    I am making

    shchi

    it's gonna be amazing. i may post pix later.

    Food is a major hobby of mine; I just freaking love cooking, and it means I can save money, which is awesome.
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    Re: The Tony Curtis Memorial Food Thread.

    I just ate lunch. At 3:47 in the after noon. The burger patty was over an inch thick. I would say it was all worth it.

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    Second lunch! It's left over sandwich time! I hope that salami meat really kicks it up a notch.
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    Re: The Tony Curtis Memorial Food Thread.

    I need to find a place to get a good turkey burger.

    I mean I have the frozen stuff up in my freezer and I mostly buy them because they all come pre-packaged and therefore easy to freeze and forget.

    But it's really only average and the meat tends to be not excatly dry but not excatly juicy.

    A strange situation.

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    Re: The Tony Curtis Memorial Food Thread.

    http://www.piecechicago.com

    Lunch personal pizza for just $7. I got bacon + black olive, one of my favorite topping combos. It was INSANELY tasty; I've never encountered such flavorful bacon before. It actually tasted more like pancetta than regular american bacon.

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    Re: The Tony Curtis Memorial Food Thread.

    Cheeseburger Combos taste like McDonald cheeseburgers after the buns have soaked in pickle juice and with twce to three times the amount of ketchup.

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    Re: The Tony Curtis Memorial Food Thread.

    Fondue, made with Yuengling Black & Tan Beer Ale

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    Re: The Tony Curtis Memorial Food Thread.

    salsa!


    1 red pepper
    1/2 a green pepper (next time I'll add more)
    1 tomato
    some garlic cloves, a bit of lime juice, some spices (I'm not sure if this was necessary or had any effect but it smelled good)

    I chopped those up, eyeballed the amounts, put it all in the blender (be careful not to make it soupy)
    put a bit of olive oil in a pot and poured the mixture in, heated it for a while on the stove (low numbers like 1-5)

    This is the second time I successfully made salsa. This time, I wanted to see what would happen so I added one of those tiny orange peppers into the blender with everything else
    It infused the entire thing with heat

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    Re: The Tony Curtis Memorial Food Thread.

    Bluh, I recently order some white pizza with some pepperoni on there to spice things up a little bit.

    To my surprise it was rather dull and didn't pick all that well.

    Any suggestions to add to the white pizza next time?

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    Re: The Tony Curtis Memorial Food Thread.

    Since thanksgiving is coming up, the supermarket is having an awesome 2 for 1 sale on chicken cuz' everyone's all about the turkey.

    So now I need some good chicken recipes!
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    Re: The Tony Curtis Memorial Food Thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by Xijiy View Post
    Bluh, I recently order some white pizza with some pepperoni on there to spice things up a little bit.

    To my surprise it was rather dull and didn't pick all that well.

    Any suggestions to add to the white pizza next time?
    greens do pretty well. spinach, basil. always goes well with more cheese (feta in particular). bacon instead of pepperoni; smokier flavors work better.

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    Re: The Tony Curtis Memorial Food Thread.

    Jitka Fun Fact #35: I've never been in an Ikea

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    Re: The Tony Curtis Memorial Food Thread.

    I am currently consuming a mocktail consisting of Coke, raspberry soft drink and vanilla ice cream.

    Oh so simple, yet oh so delicious.

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    Re: The Tony Curtis Memorial Food Thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by Miraculous View Post
    I am currently consuming a mocktail consisting of Coke, raspberry soft drink and vanilla ice cream.

    Oh so simple, yet oh so delicious.
    That sounds pretty good. Have you made one of those before or would this be your first time making that creation?

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    Re: The Tony Curtis Memorial Food Thread.

    Oh man, since thanksgiving was going on there was a huge sale on Chicken so I bought some and today I thought I would cook some :O

    Marinated with some rosemary and oregano and cooked with some wine and it is juicy and delicious to the max.

    I can't give you a specific recipe because I go by the "what feels right" method of seasoning. I don't know but it tends to work out better that way.

    On the side I made some European style rice, and boiled up some brocolli, just plain.

    Ok, so maybe it wasn't anything THAT SPECIAL but I totally nailed the chicken and I am pretty proud of that : D
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    Re: The Tony Curtis Memorial Food Thread.

    That sounds like some pretty good chicken cooking skills.

    What sort of wine did you use for the chicken? :0

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    Re: The Tony Curtis Memorial Food Thread.

    I just ate a vegan biscuit and sausage, and I am in the process of drinking a red eye.

    I've heard from multiple people that alcohol either does or doesn't cook out of food, and can't find a reliable answer from google. So which is it?

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    Re: The Tony Curtis Memorial Food Thread.

    it does

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    Re: The Tony Curtis Memorial Food Thread.

    I demand this be renamed the Leslie Nielsen Memorial Food Thread

    I demand it

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    Re: The Tony Curtis Memorial Food Thread.

    Don't make him jealous now.

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