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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
PostPosted: 17 Jan 2013, 08:34 
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Fold the bottom in before folding the sides!!

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Haha genius! Thanks, I'll do it next time :D But this weekend I'm eating the cheapest possible spaghetti to partially make up for the ticket... :D

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Made apple cake for the second time, successfully this time.

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Nice! :) I'm eating packed food for some time now :(

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Fried zucchini and red onions in olive oil plus tomatoes and black pepper. Then sister joingade kitchen, sliced some sweet potatoes, seasoned and fried them. Simpel and megadelicious.

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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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cooked horse for the first time:)
starting up http://www.pulu.org/~mila/konik1.jpg
cooking http://www.pulu.org/~mila/konik2.jpg
done http://www.pulu.org/~mila/konik3.jpg
there you can see me http://www.pulu.org/~mila/konik4.jpg
aftermath http://www.pulu.org/~mila/konik5.jpg

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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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nice horse but "aftermath" was a risky click

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nice horse but "aftermath" was a risky click

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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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Chutný koník :)

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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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Wow, Kopaka, it looks like from a pro restaurant! All the shrimps, meat, nice fries and very nice plates. 10/10

that made me realize I am quite hungry right now :)

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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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dude, you live in switzerland?

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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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Harald Hasch wrote:
milagros wrote:
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dude, you live in switzerland?

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my life is pretty much fucked, no girlfriend, no wife, just fucking random girls every now and then
in two days i'm leaving oxford after almost 8 years, going to start as a researcher at eth zurich next week
the place looks reasonable (if it was good enough for einstein, it may be good enough for me), we will see
now that i have to move, i tried to get rid of all the shitty stuff i had.. feel good, man
new start, dammit, too late for an old cunt like me

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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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My first meal done at my college. Scrambled eggs w/ sliced bread. Pretty surprised by myself. Edible. That´s fine. :D

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Another piece to my tasty meals. Mushroom soup in a bread loaf.
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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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That looks max. I can almost smell it.

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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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Since you can't buy china boxes anywhere in my area I had to make it myself. Turned out surprisingly well, only the noodles were a bit dull.

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Was a lot to clean up after though, with so many different things, wasn't easy either with just two hotplates.

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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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minced meat+glas of milk

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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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Very nice jon. Maybe some reindeer (or such) meat from a local dealer with all the original bacteria left? Or only some norm supermarket minced meat?

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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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I hope its not a Polish meat. If yes, gg life.

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You didn't eat it, did you???

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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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Very nice jon. Maybe some reindeer (or such) meat from a local dealer with all the original bacteria left? Or only some norm supermarket minced meat?

ty, norm supermarket cow meat. reindeer intresting too

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Harald Hasch wrote:
dude, you live in switzerland?

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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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I hope its not a Polish meat. If yes, gg life.

Hey, fuck you too :D

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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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Couscous with baked and fresh vegetables, baked bacon and hot sauce sprinkled with parmesan.
I never had couscous at home before, was pretty good and ez to make! Will be great alternative to pasta for me from now on.

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nice Bludek, getting fancy :)

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Couscous tastes somewhat like an incomplete rice.

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Today we went to the forest to find some mushrooms.
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Net weight: 20 kg

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mmmmhhh i'd gladly lick out the bloused one's bare feet, feels so goood 8)

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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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i donno what that ish
but looks goad dish
with cheese and meat
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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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looks tasty, madik. I love how there's sick lot of cheese.

This is what I made two weeks ago at friend's place:
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maaan, I love burgers. The sauce was mustard mixed with homemade peach chutney. Delicious!

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looks tasty, madik. I love how there's sick lot of cheese.

It's not so much actually, there's mashed potatoes underneath. :)

Nice burgers!

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Stupid topic makes me hungrier than ever, even tho I ate halfedible shit :(

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Some gak 2
only meat and stuf
was first time trying to do minced meat, was good but too little spices so after pic I added shitload of spices and garlic
almost too much, but was nice
also yesterday i made egg and bacon but forgot post picture huehue

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Not very challenging to beat Hosp...
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Ye, ez win. gz, bj

What exactly is that, though?

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First pic: Tacogratin with philadelphia cheese and turkish yoghurt, and norm cheese on top.
Second pic: Salmon in mangochutney sauce with cottage cheese and vegetables.
Excellent taste on both disjes!

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Mine too good taste, can't just look at my dishes and dismiss them from the looks. Thats the way of artfags and artfags are not welcome in my world oke

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is max good)
http://kopasite.net/up/j96d2p8e1awikq7/ ... 192511.png

not always easy getting good seasoning when making this much)
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Chicken risotto, 2 kg portion.

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Sheesh, I need to go to sleep really, but this topic makes my stomach wanna get up and eat something. Here some pics of the weird food I had over the past year:

A real dinner (does not happen often):

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Liver of the pig, with some beans and other shit I always throw in and a salad with fennel (I actually learned that from ribot):

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Eggs in a loop:

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I never make cakes, this is a creation by my girlfriend. I like her carrot cake better though, this was heavy shit:

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Often I get so hungry that I just buy lots of shit and eat it all. This is herring, beans 'n shit, I think with chicken hearts, and some old salad that was really on the edge of rotting away. But I hate throwing stuff away, so I always try to eat and check later on if it was a wise decision to make.

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Often I eat two livers of a pig on fridays, but on any given day of the week I might have had a big lunch at work, and then I eat something small for dinner. Or salted popcorn, sometimes even two bowls. I always regret that afterwards. I think I have popcorn for dinner three to four times a month, always when I had a salad or much fruit/veggies earlier on that day.

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Parboiled rice, that shit is wack man! Really good stuff, you can eat it without anything else and still rock your taste buds. Or combine it with beans, all kinds of beans, and avocado. When I work during the evening, I might bring carrots, peanuts and avocados along. My colleagues often call me like a famous Dutch gorilla named Bokito.

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We eat a salad with or without anything else occasionally. Join it with rice, or with spare avocados, or with bread and garlic mayonaise. Salad can have all kinds of shit, lately I have been experimenting with raw beans from the can and lots of capers.

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We made some really fancy vegetable spring rolls once. A lot of work, it was filled with mashed cashew nuts and that sort of stuff. Anything but healthy of course, I went for a very deep deep fry here. But who cares when the taste is superior?

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And when all resources have gone, I make an omelette. This specific one didn't include eggs. I think it was parmezan cheese with flower, bread crums, that kind of shit. The stuff you come up with.

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As you may have guessed from all the dishes I've shown here, I am a real bad cook, I just throw stuff in the oven/pan and see what happens. I can't really be bothered to check recipies and buy all the needed ingredients. You could say there's a pretty strong analogy between my cooking style and the way I used to make my famous Fish levels. Not a single clue, and sometimes seemingly too fucked up to stomach.

I guess that's why I never have any stomach problems or diarrhea - my digestive system has had some heavy training. So no problems there, except for that single time when I ate half a kilo of raw chicken livers, having cured it with lots of lemon juice, but neglecting the germs on the inside. I should've put those in the freezer first, but was too impatient and hungry... Two days of wasting away on the toilet bowl. :lol2:


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I've been producing a cooking show on Youtube for the last two years.
(I don't cook in the show, I'm the guy behind the camera)
https://www.youtube.com/user/VeggieTVde
Pretty amazing stuff, vegetarian only though :)

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@TJ: nice, a lot of vegetables in your meals, and some uncommon foods here like chicken hearts and couple other stuff u showed, i say recipes are overrated, own recipes are awesome!

@insguy: wow this looks fantastic show :o what was the hammered frozen food in the channel trailer? looked like it's been in liquid nitrogen lol. wouldbe cool to watch is there were english subtitles

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Hey Mawane, thanks for the feedback. We were thinking about subtitling some of the shows, but this a 100% spare time project and we always find more interesting things to do...

The "frozen" thing was actually a beet in a salt-shell: Use lots of salt and a little water to make a shell around the beet, then bake for 1-2 hours. The salt will get hard so you have to crack it with a a hammer (or your head). This way the aroma and good stuff stays inside. Tastes fantastic, only make sure to peel off the top layer, which is "a little salty" :)

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