Yesterday my flatmates and I created this, a house made only of meat.. Similar to a gingerbread house, but purely pork based
Vegetarians please look away now..
Here's the steps:
Starting to lay the walls on a bed of breadcrumbs:
Building up the walls more:
We decided kebab sticks would be a good addition to hold it together during the cooking:
Creation of the lawn, (750g of sausage meat, seasoned with sage, and a load of food colouring):
Laying down the lawn, and starting the roof:
Adding the roof, streaky bacon of course:
A few more additions, some seasoning, a paprika car and a bird bath:
100 minute later:
Kebab stick removal, now everything inside is totally edible:
And that's it, meat house complete:
12 rashers of bacon
1kg of sausage meat
2/3 a packet of bread crumbs
= 5870 calories...
6 of us managed to complete about 75% of it in one sitting
easyjo fucked around with this message at Oct 29, 2007 around 15:53
|# ¿ Oct 29, 2007 15:08|
|# ¿ Jul 21, 2018 17:01|
Your pictures aren't working for me. I desperatly want to see this house of meat.
I've changed the image urls, it may work now.
|# ¿ Oct 29, 2007 15:54|
That's radtacular. But that ketchup wasn't for the meat, was it?
yes, although the gravy we had was better.
Nothing in the OP is not gross. But yeah, I guess that's some kind of extremely questionable achievement. Did it taste edible?
Yup it was actually pretty good, all the sausagement was seasoned nicely, and the sausages were decent quality.
|# ¿ Oct 29, 2007 23:08|
Diving Buttress posted:
Do I see people actually ate slices of the lawn? All I can imagine is the taste of sausage and bacon grease run-off combined with the (green) meat.
The lawn was actually pretty good, and wasn't too greasy as we had a bed of breadcrumbs to absorb most of it. Although yes, the roof was by far the tastiest bit
|# ¿ Oct 30, 2007 00:30|