Unacceptable cuisine balance bias

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Re: Unacceptable cuisine balance bias

Postby KattiValk » Fri 27 Nov 2015 16:11

Darkmil wrote:A great thread so far !!! :lol:
So it seems.

Tiera wrote:In my view anyone who refers to "Chinese food" as single cuisine doesn't know the subject very well. It is obviously time for a cuisine wars OT thread!:
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Well now, I'm aware that's a diverse culture, but by Chinese, I refer to the (probably) most popular Western cuisine, the food of my homeland. :D
(Peking duck is amazing though)

Have a little bit of wholesome lamb:
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Re: Unacceptable cuisine balance bias

Postby Mitchverr » Fri 27 Nov 2015 16:18

morpher wrote:Just had launch with snails and spinach.


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Also, did you use the spinach to lure the snail to the plate?
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Re: Unacceptable cuisine balance bias

Postby morpher » Fri 27 Nov 2015 16:30

Mitchverr wrote:
morpher wrote:Just had launch with snails and spinach.


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Also, did you use the spinach to lure the snail to the plate?


Eheeh I was wondering if someone noticed the pun.

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Re: Unacceptable cuisine balance bias

Postby Suriel » Fri 27 Nov 2015 17:05

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Is that a burger drowning in molten cheese? Good lord, have mercy...

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Re: Unacceptable cuisine balance bias

Postby Grabbed_by_the_Spets » Fri 27 Nov 2015 17:26

Brutoni wrote:But how about you try to cintribute meaningfully for once instead of just being a trolling git.


Ohhhh, looks someones a salty Sam!


Fish pie is also known as the ender of friendships, specially if you make the mistake of heating it up in the microwave ;D


Speaking of national dishes, just finished cooking some lamb (Well, actually hogget) and mint the other day, my god we cooked that thing to perfection! Too bad we didn't have enough eggs to make Pavlova's!

RE: Chinese food, the problem is, what most of us Westerners think of as "Chinese food" is actually American Chinese, which isn't bad per-se, just it's not what we people think of it as!
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Re: Unacceptable cuisine balance bias

Postby Frencho » Fri 27 Nov 2015 17:43

Hehehe, Brits sure can't cook a proper meal, but boy do they cook the best memes!

Thank you Ramsay!

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Re: Unacceptable cuisine balance bias

Postby Megiddo » Fri 27 Nov 2015 17:54

Recently had the bad luck to try a mustard pie as we were invited by friends. The wife is...a daring cooker to say the least ;)

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This is certainly a good dish with a perfect dosage and a soft mustard. In this case, All the good will, politeness and wine were not enough to finish the plate. As you can imagine, the leftovers ended up in the bin.

This, is a serious weapon : If you hear about this, run for your health :lol:
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Re: Unacceptable cuisine balance bias

Postby orcbuster » Fri 27 Nov 2015 17:57

Megiddo wrote:Recently had the bad luck to try a mustard pie as we were invited by friends. The wife is...a daring cooker to say the least ;)

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This is certainly a good dish with a perfect dosage and a soft mustard. In this case, All the good will, politeness and wine were not enough to finish the plate. As you can imagine, the leftovers ended up in the bin.

This, is a serious weapon : If you hear about this, run for your health :lol:


Ohh that gives me an idea, let's see the typical national cuisine skills from the forumites :twisted:
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