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What are you eating? (food porn)

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5 hours ago, Skeptic7 said:

Almost lost my lunch. Sounds awful :bah:..save for the broccoli. Hope u don't break the fast with that! If that was the only option, I'd stay on the fast!  FOREVER :vampire:

southerners in the US would add the pork fat to the cooking water for the broccoli and let simmer...my Tennessee grandma useta use hog jowl which is about the same...I'd always discard the cooked fat because I don't like fat and gristle but it would coat the veg with a nice layer of grease...excellent with fresh green beans...

 

but I must say that it would be a bit hard on the stomach if breaking a fast...

 

 

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6 hours ago, tutsiwarrior said:

southerners in the US would add the pork fat to the cooking water for the broccoli and let simmer...my Tennessee grandma useta use hog jowl which is about the same...I'd always discard the cooked fat because I don't like fat and gristle but it would coat the veg with a nice layer of grease...excellent with fresh green beans...

 

but I must say that it would be a bit hard on the stomach if breaking a fast...

 

 

Don't I know it! Grew up in the South. All that now sounds a great way to ruin good veggies! But, much as hate to admit it, was good eatin' as a kid...and the cornbread (made with eggs, butter, buttermilk & bacon fat...yuk all) was divine! 

 

Fortunately, been a vegan (no secret here) for the better part of 30 years. 

 

Bon appetite! 

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8 hours ago, stud858 said:

There has been few fasts I've done with zero food.

Usually, chicken broth, tea, olives and cheese in minute portions. 

This fast I intend to try something new for me towards the end.

A coffee enema.

Sorry if U were eating.

So is this like civet coffee and you drink it afterwards?

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2 minutes ago, grollies said:

So is this like civet coffee and you drink it afterwards?

He's not a wolf or whatever it is that pops it out

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5 minutes ago, Rc2702 said:

He's not a wolf or whatever it is that pops it out

Civet. Never said he was, but he could start a detox trend here, stranger things have happened....

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2 minutes ago, grollies said:

Civet. Never said he was, but he could start a detox trend here, stranger things have happened....

Such as your 1 liners being funny. I won't hold my breath.

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How did a coffee enema end up on a food thread?  If you want to clean your system out and gross everybody anywhere near  eat a dozen pickled eggs and wash them down with a lot of ice cold beer.

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On 1/21/2019 at 10:01 AM, gaviny said:

Cucumber works just as well with a few thin slices of ginger and a few mashed chillies thrown in.

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just did the daikon radish salad again tonight but using gavny's suggestion with the fresh ginger and it was tip top...

 

a big roar for gaviny...didn't have any fresh chiles on hand but I'll remember for the next time...but now I'm runnin' outta rice vinegar, time fer a trip to makro, only got a kilo bag of miso left and etc...and someone said that they now have nice avocados?

 

next up: cannellini white bean stew...gotta remember to get a kilo of tomatoes and a bunch of cilantro...

 

https://www.theguardian.com/food/2019/feb/02/meera-sodha-vegan-recipe-iraqi-white-bean-stew-fasoulia

 

 

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the white bean stew was grand (see previous post)...I had a look at the recipe and thought 'chopped cilantro stalks in the cooking mixture? with cumin and cinnamon?' sounded like a chef on acid...very nice and fragrant and then there's the bit at the end with cilantro leaves mixed with oil and lemon juice which was the kicker...I tossed in a splash of bottled lime juice that I use for a vodka mixer but they got fresh lemons at makro...

 

this one and the previous garbanzo/chick pea recipe posted earlier with cinnamon and paprika serve to illustrate the versatility of beans simmered in a sauce...quite remarkable but even better if ye got some nice bread on hand...an impetus to improving one's bread making skills...

 

btw when the step daughter got home with the goods I asked about washing the cilantro (pak chee) and her eyes got big 'ye always gotta wash the cilantro!...' good to keep in mind...

 

 

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Barbecue double bacon cheeseburger at Burger King MBK.

Stopped for an Oreo McFlurry at McDonald’s National Stadium on the walk home...

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Got two packs of Lancashire crumbly cheese. Marked down from 229 to 59 at Big C. Near expiry. First time I tried it Different, but good. Time to bake some cheese puff pastry. 

 

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Lunch BBQ pulled pork rib sandwich. First try was ok.

 

Full hit next time with coleslaw, salad, fries and better bread (and a cold beer).

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the enduring allure of meatloaf...

 

was reading a detective novel last night and right before I went to sleep the protagonist Harry Bosch was near a deli counter in LA that offered meatloaf sandwiches and he got one to take back to his car to eat (he was on surveillance) as I was falling asleep...needless to say that I woke up hungry a few hours later...

 

and then there was the condemned man on death row in a recent movie who when asked what he wanted for his last meal 'meatloaf, mashed potatoes and corn bread, mighty fine...'...and now things were at a fever pitch and I looked in the 'favorites' in my food section

 

https://www.geniuskitchen.com/recipe/yes-virginia-there-is-a-great-meatloaf-54257

 

so then meatloaf and mashed potatoes comin' up (with plenty of milk, butter and fresh ground black pepper)...ain't got no corn meal so can't make no corn bread...but that meatloaf and mash was mighty fine...

 

make yer meatloaf dreams become a reality TODAY...

 

 

 

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