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14-10-2010, 03:55 PM | Post: #1
Drebin 
hey guys,

Just started my 2nd year at university and I'm getting bored of fried chicken (I had it like every night last year) sooo.. I decided to make this thread asking you all:

1. What is your Fav meat dish?
2. How can I make it?

if u don't know how to make your fav dish just give me the name as i have access to google Smile
if successful I will post pictures of each meal suggested to me in this thread Tongue giving each meal a mark out of 10 or some other generic rating system resulting in you all feeling good for adding a random comment to this thread.

if you don't like meat .... there is the door to General Chat .........

Yours, Lots of love,

~Drebin

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14-10-2010, 04:01 PM | Post: #2
Jonzzon 
you probely wont be making this but anyway.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fat%C3%A1ny%C3%A9ros'
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but just go to the store/butcher/farm get a big pice of stake and have nice barbecue. Wink

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14-10-2010, 04:02 PM | Post: #3
Killer-Fussel 
hey guy ... try "Gulasch"
i cant say it in english which is in Gulasch but its something with meat Wink
or
Kaiserschmarrn from Austria ... but this is for the meal after your real meal

sorry for my english

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14-10-2010, 04:03 PM | Post: #4
pumpitup 
@Killer-Fussel Goulash it is in english :L.

I want ****.

Edit: Lol meant KFC.

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14-10-2010, 04:06 PM | Post: #5
Jonzzon 
(14-10-2010 04:02 PM)Killer-Fussel Wrote:  hey guy ... try "Gulasch"
i cant say it in english which is in Gulasch but its something with meat Wink
or
Kaiserschmarrn from Austria ... but this is for the meal after your real meal

sorry for my english

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/co...ulasch.jpg

kinda meh if you ask me, it works but its not that good...

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14-10-2010, 04:06 PM | Post: #6
Killer-Fussel 
@pumptitup
thx i didnt know that .... i could use the google translator and say it in hungary Big Grin because it is from there

the pick is a bad pick .. when you ask me.... Goulash can be nicer

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14-10-2010, 04:09 PM | Post: #7
jarntoothee 
Every day last year? ?That's horrible!............ Are you fat?

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14-10-2010, 04:13 PM | Post: #8
I-Sondre-I 
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I dont know the english word for it, but on norwegian: Nakkekoteletter. (Think it is Neck chops)
Its best with fried potatoe (Pommesfrites)

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Ingredients:
4 pieces marinated pork neck chops
800 g fresh potato
100 g chorizosousage
2 tablespoons chopped fresh basil
1 bottle aïoli (245 g)

What to do:
1. Wash and cut potatoes in half. Boil them for about 10-15 minutes until cooked through.
2. Cut Chorizosousage into strips. Mix aïoli, basil and choritzo well together. Fold in potatoes.
3. Grill chops for 3-4 minutes on each side.


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14-10-2010, 04:14 PM | Post: #9
JH-sergeant 
monday-wednesday: MC donalds
thursday-saterday: KFC
sunday: burgerking or maybe KFC again.

that's how I surviveTongue

joking, just what that guy said about a stake, big stake + bbq = best, maybe try pizzaAngel

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14-10-2010, 04:15 PM | Post: #10
greendemon8_2.0 
a nice juicy steak or any other beef products (eg tacos, hamburger)

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14-10-2010, 04:17 PM | Post: #11
Jonzzon 
(14-10-2010 04:13 PM)I-Sondre-I Wrote:  
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I +1 this post. i love that thing (yeah i dont know what its called, i just eat it) Heart

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14-10-2010, 04:25 PM | Post: #12
george101dark1 
making me hungry!! Tongue
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14-10-2010, 04:27 PM | Post: #13
thejanster
Frikandels FTW!
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14-10-2010, 04:27 PM | Post: #14
jarntoothee 
(14-10-2010 04:14 PM)JH-sergeant Wrote:  monday-wednesday: MC donalds
thursday-saterday: KFC
sunday: burgerking or maybe KFC again.

that's how I surviveTongue

joking, just what that guy said about a stake, big stake + bbq = best, maybe try pizzaAngel

My sister said that her friend eat Mc donalds for 3 days I think. She had it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

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14-10-2010, 04:32 PM | Post: #15
Drebin 
In the UK we have a fast food place called subway (unsure if you have it in your geographic location) I have a footlong roll almost every lunch time Tongue

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14-10-2010, 04:35 PM | Post: #16
I-Sondre-I 
Ah Big Grin In Norway we have the same, just named Big Bite Omnomnom Big Grin

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14-10-2010, 04:42 PM | Post: #17
Jonzzon 
(14-10-2010 04:32 PM)Drebin Wrote:  In the UK we have a fast food place called subway (unsure if you have it in your geographic location) I have a footlong roll almost every lunch time Tongue

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i know of subway but iv never eten there, is it a fast food place or what?

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14-10-2010, 04:42 PM | Post: #18
swimkid748 
steak with a bit of rosemary

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14-10-2010, 04:56 PM | Post: #19
ChefMan 
(14-10-2010 03:55 PM)Drebin Wrote:  I'm getting bored of fried chicken (I had it like every night last year)

Your arteries must be a mess Confused

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14-10-2010, 05:16 PM | Post: #20
GhotiGhost 
Cheap and cheerful:

Chop up onion OR 1/2 onion OR spring onions OR leek (whatever you ahve hanging around) - fry till soft
Chuck in some mince - often on offer at supermarket - stir and fry till brown
Add in whatever you have lurking in the fridge, any or all of:odd bit off pepper, mushrooms, bacon bits, sweet corn, chopped corgette (zucchini to our american brothers), chilli if you want it spicey. Cook till soft.
If you have the odd drop of wine - that will go nicely too (you may prefer to drink it though)
Throw in a tin of chopped tomatoes - stir well and heat through
Salt and pepper to taste

Goes nicely with pasta or rice, or garic bread, or chips, or on baked spuds, or mash etc, etc, etc.

Make in bulk and shove it in ther freezer. Or if there is just a bit left, bung it in the fridge. You can warm it in the micro, or in a saucepan when you get back from the pub and have it to quench a fit of the "munchies"!

Good way to use up odds and ends. Not expensive to buy the componant parts.
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