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    Posted: Sep/05/2011 at 3:07am
Originally posted by Lux

Surprised no one's mention seafood...

I'm a big seafood person and I absolutely love fish dishes. I always try to experiment with different herbs, oils, and spices to find the perfect taste. With seafood, they've got a strong aroma and flavour, so I add in stronger herbs like dill, garlic, and green onions with a touch of black pepper and sprinkle with lime. Goes great with pastas and light cheese dishes! While I also like spicy foods, I find fish plates are difficult to cook hot without spoiling the seafood taste and aroma. Maybe somebody here might have recipe.

Seafood eaters, I know you're out there! :)

Dude I here ya, I love seafood its my second favorite type of food right under Italian. Used to be my favorite. Love some spicy food too. Google anything with keywords Louisiana and Cajun to find some awesome seafood recipes.
Here is one of my favorite things, haven't actually tried this recipe:
http://www.recipe4living.com/recipes/louisiana_seafood_gumbo.htm
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Just made a huge batch Katsu Curry......nothing like Japanese Curry on a cold day....
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It's a scotch egg morning around these neck of the woods.



And lux and everyone else talkin seafood. I hear ya on that. By far, hands down my favorite type of food. Unfortunately it's kinda hard to get anything fresh in Ohio. Weirdly, I can get really fresh sushi here, but when it comes to standards of cooked seafood, sub par at best Cry
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Had those eggs in a scottish bar in San Antonio once just to try.  Sure was interesting!  

And with fish, I need to get one of those grill trays cause it always falls apart on my grill.  I've grilled fish on a wooden cedar plank before too but I prefer direct heat.  

Oh, and my buddies party last night was a complete bust in the food department...they all went out to dinner first so all they had was finger sandwitches, shrimp cocktail and fruit kabobs... Confused
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can l ask why the egg is brown? l never had scotch egg before so l'm not sure if thats how its suppose to be?

seafood si good but its hard to find a good place with fresh lobster
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  Quote batmanwest Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep/05/2011 at 9:04am
Originally posted by ktown

can l ask why the egg is brown? l never had scotch egg before so l'm not sure if thats how its suppose to be?
 


You may. Wink

It is brown because it is wrapped in ground sausage. You make a scotch egg like this...

Hard boil egg. De shell egg. Wrap egg in ground sausage (we used spicy this time). Coat egg with sausage with raw, beaten egg. Dredge in bread crumbs. Deep fry for 5 minutes at 375.

You can use a lot of different sauces, this time we used a garlic ranch sauce, with diced, home grown chive.
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oh ok. l will give it a try too then maybe next sunday. the ground sausage though, is it raw before you coat it onto the egg?
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mmm just hade me a beefy 5 layer burrito at taco bel LOL
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  Quote batmanwest Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep/05/2011 at 9:51am
Originally posted by ktown

oh ok. l will give it a try too then maybe next sunday. the ground sausage though, is it raw before you coat it onto the egg?


Yeah, that way you can shape it around the egg.

here is a pretty basic recipe, but will help out understanding the cooking/prep process better.

http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/scotch-eggs/detail.aspx

and when they said use 2 lbs of ground sausage for 4 eggs...that is a total crock of shit. We use 1 lbs for 6 eggs.

I love the things, but are definitely not something you make all the time, for so many reasons. There is a pub in town that makes KILLER scotch eggs. Not sure what they do different from me, but what ever it is, hot damn they should keep it up.

fark...I'm hungry now...LOL
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Originally posted by ktown

oh ok. l will give it a try too then maybe next sunday. the ground sausage though, is it raw before you coat it onto the egg?
Yeah, that way you can shape it around the egg. here is a pretty basic recipe, but will help out understanding the cooking/prep process better. http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/scotch-eggs/detail.aspxand when they said use 2 lbs of ground sausage for 4 eggs...that is a total crock of shit. We use 1 lbs for 6 eggs. I love the things, but are definitely not something you make all the time, for so many reasons. There is a pub in town that makes KILLER scotch eggs. Not sure what they do different from me, but what ever it is, hot damn they should keep it up. fark...I'm hungry now...LOL


Scotch eggs sound really good right now. OMG. *drools*
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  Quote STRICK-9 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep/06/2011 at 1:47am
Man oh man those Scotch Eggs look appealing....will definitely try to make here next weekend.
Well, the Katsu Curry was fantastic and the best part about it is I can make Katsu-don witht he left over Pork cutlets.  Nothing like a little soy sauce, Mirin and Sake to warm you up!
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Proper Preportions.
9oz filet and 12oz lobster tail.
 
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Oh christ Meaty.....

That.Looks.Amazing.

Oh shit, just saw the "butter warmer" in the corner of the pic. Thanks for posting this while I'm dronk. LOL
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HELLA!
I fly to reno every couple months and my office alots me a certain amount daily for meals. 
That day I had toast and coffee for breakfast (free) and Mcdonald's dollar menu for lunch so I'd have enough to cover that for dinner!
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HELLA!so I'd have enough to cover that for dinner!


I hate you.

You are (un)Officially my arch nemesis on the boards. 
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HELLA!
I fly to reno every couple months and my office alots me a certain amount daily for meals. 
That day I had toast and coffee for breakfast (free) and Mcdonald's dollar menu for lunch so I'd have enough to cover that for dinner!


i think the mere mention of mcdonald's in a food thread is nearly grounds for spamming! Wink
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HELLA!
I fly to reno every couple months and my office alots me a certain amount daily for meals. 
That day I had toast and coffee for breakfast (free) and Mcdonald's dollar menu for lunch so I'd have enough to cover that for dinner!


FYI - one of the best steaks I've ever had in my life was at the Harrah's Reno steakhouse Chateaubriand...I probably spelled that wrong so you Frenchies can keep me honest there.
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carebear:  The steakhouse at harrah's is where that steak and lobster was from.
 
WINNING!
 
and batmanwest, I accept your challenge and will be sure to post more pics of my epic meals in this thread...
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Originally posted by MrMeaty


 
and batmanwest, I accept your challenge and will be sure to post more pics of my epic meals in this thread...


Bring it. LOL

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eggs benedict.. mhhmmm
i prefer eggs florentine since I'm not a fan of ham.
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Dinner of champs tonight, spaghetti!!  With almonds for dessert.
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korean food Smile
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whats that? pork bone rice? or is that ribs? 
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yeah its ribs, to be honest, looks better than they tasted. l dont like the way they make their food spicy, leaves an after taste 
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i have a potpie in the microwave right now, SOB takes ten mins to cook and im hungry now!
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Originally posted by batmanwest

Originally posted by ktown

can l ask why the egg is brown? l never had scotch egg before so l'm not sure if thats how its suppose to be?
 


You may. Wink

It is brown because it is wrapped in ground sausage. You make a scotch egg like this...

Hard boil egg. De shell egg. Wrap egg in ground sausage (we used spicy this time). Coat egg with sausage with raw, beaten egg. Dredge in bread crumbs. Deep fry for 5 minutes at 375.

You can use a lot of different sauces, this time we used a garlic ranch sauce, with diced, home grown chive.
 
Holy God that sounds good. I've never had one before, but I might try making it. Is there a certain ground sausage used or is it up to the discretion of the cook? Are there any brands/types you would recommend?
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It's up to the cook julius77, I just use whatever is fresh that day in our local market. Just as long as it's ground sausage, that's all that matters. I would say to pick a leaner type, as you already are deep frying the things...but it's up to you.
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Tuna steak on top of green beans n rice and sprinkled with cheese.  I have a bad feeling that I just digested radioactive particles from Japan, or nasty petrochemicals from mainland China.   Shit tasted good though.
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peach flavored jello brains with cherry "blood" sauce.
Can any zombie resist?
 
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its not really that close to Halloween yet... dont tell me you make these on a casual terms haha
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its not really that close to Halloween yet... dont tell me you make these on a casual terms haha


Oooh, I think that means some good recipies with grapes and jello coming.
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I made this chocolate mocha cheesecake with chocolate drizzle for the first time over the weekend. The graham cracker crust has pecans and lots of butter. YUM.
Except I had to wait a day for the cheesecake to set, it was a lot of waiting._.

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its not really that close to Halloween yet... dont tell me you make these on a casual terms haha
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And that cheesecake looks DELICIOUS!  
I've never made cheesecake from scratch before...
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I was just wondering how many people in THIS thread are also in the "Get in better shape" thread!  LOL! 
 
 
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I was just wondering how many people in THIS thread are also in the "Get in better shape" thread!  LOL! 
 
 


Nope. Count me out. hahaha. Also interested in seeing how may are/aren't

I'm not fat by any means, but defiantly a few pounds over weight. My problem isn't really food, when I do eat unhealthy and such, I usually keep the portions down. I also ride my bike a ton and try to stay on my feet and active.

My problem? Beer.
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I was just wondering how many people in THIS thread are also in the "Get in better shape" thread!  LOL! 
 
 
 
l'm on it, but not talking much as l'm not an active gym guy. my body has been getting more shape though. round that is
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round is deffinatly a shape!
 
My issue is that the recommended weight limits on my snowbaords are lower then what I'm currently at because I was counting on shedding a few lbs before next snow season.
 
...and I'm not there yet!
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I always try to get protein bars to take with me while on the mountain. After a long day of riding, I love getting SubWay!
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I always try to get protein bars to take with me while on the mountain. After a long day of riding, I love getting SubWay!


have you tried the cliff bar max builder bars?  those have tons of protein and are really good too.
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Originally posted by agent-

I always try to get protein bars to take with me while on the mountain. After a long day of riding, I love getting SubWay!


have you tried the cliff bar max builder bars?  those have tons of protein and are really good too.


Those are good, but every flavor tastes the same...well, I guess the chocolate mint is different, but the others are all the same.
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Originally posted by MrMeaty

I was just wondering how many people in THIS thread are also in the "Get in better shape" thread!  LOL! 
 
 


Nope. Count me out. hahaha. Also interested in seeing how may are/aren't

I'm not fat by any means, but defiantly a few pounds over weight. My problem isn't really food, when I do eat unhealthy and such, I usually keep the portions down. I also ride my bike a ton and try to stay on my feet and active.

My problem? Beer.


I go the gym everyday so I can eat the foods that I love LOL 

I seriously love food too much...that's why I can never clean up my diet enough.
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Alright...alright...lets get this thread back on track!

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Alright...alright...lets get this thread back on track!

 
WOW!  That sushi looks off the hook! 
 
OK, ok, ok...back on track. 
These arent' from today, but my office's annual potluck is coming up next month and last year I made bacon wrapped cream cheese filled grilled jalapenos. 
 
Here is the before:
 
and here is the after:
 
And here is how my wife cooks popcorn in the microwave!
 
 
 
EDIT:  Happy Birthday!
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Daaaaaamn that popcorn looks delish!

Their sushi IS off "the hook"
Really well priced and fresher than many places I have been to on the coasts. Hell of a deal for Ohio.

Best sushi of my life though was at a place called "Soya" in Virginia Beach. If anyone is in the area, and you dig on some raw fish, do yourself a favor and check it out.
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Daaaaaamn that popcorn looks delish!Their sushi IS off "the hook" Really well priced and fresher than many places I have been to on the coasts. Hell of a deal for Ohio. Best sushi of my life though was at a place called "Soya" in Virginia Beach. If anyone is in the area, and you dig on some raw fish, do yourself a favor and check it out.


Nice pun! hahaha.

I'm going to have myself a snack.
AFTER I RUN ._.
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the mocha cheesecake looks good, hands down. how long did it take you to make it?
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Originally posted by MrMeaty

Proper Preportions.
9oz filet and 12oz lobster tail.
 
That is the same practice i have!  Who needs a big breakfast or lunch when a 26 oz boned in blackened rib-eye will do.  That dish looks amazing.....so tempted to to find the right place tonight for dinner!
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