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Suspect Bucket
Jan 14, 2012

SHRIMPDOR WAS A MAN
I mean, HE WAS A SHRIMP MAN
er, maybe also A DRAGON
or possibly
A MINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL TEAM
BUT HE WAS STILL
SHRIMPDOR


Arglebargle III posted:

Someone do ants climbing a tree! It's Sichuanese.

I'd just make ants on a log, but just stick it up sideways in a pot of hot chilli oil.

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Fleta Mcgurn
Oct 5, 2003

Who has two thumbs, speaks limited French, and hasn't cried once today? This moi!



Suspect Bucket posted:

I'd just make ants on a log, but just stick it up sideways in a pot of hot chilli oil.

That's Sichuan hotpot, pretty much.

AcetylCoA!
Dec 25, 2010



Suspect Bucket posted:

I'd just make ants on a log, but just stick it up sideways in a pot of hot chilli oil.

Instead of celery, use broccoli or bamboo. Drizzle with sezchuan sauce.

ExecuDork
Feb 25, 2007

We might be fucked, sir.

Fallen Rib

Stop talking about it if you know what it is!

Give the rest of us ignorant lunatics a chance to run wild with our imaginations, please.

fizzymercy
Aug 18, 2011




Honestly the way they're describing it I'm more confused than ever as to what that is.

Also whoops I forgot this thread because work exploded. Fish Cock dinner is still planned though. I also forgot about the damnedable bull penises thawing in the bottom of my refrigerator. Now I have to wash out my stupid fridge with bleach and ask the mean butcher for more pizzle.

By the way, yes there is a copper fish mold involved but not in the way you think.

Suspect Bucket
Jan 14, 2012

SHRIMPDOR WAS A MAN
I mean, HE WAS A SHRIMP MAN
er, maybe also A DRAGON
or possibly
A MINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL TEAM
BUT HE WAS STILL
SHRIMPDOR


fizzymercy posted:

I also forgot about the damnedable bull penises thawing in the bottom of my refrigerator.


New thread name

CannonFodder
Jan 26, 2001



Outrageous Lumpwad

fizzymercy posted:

bull penis
Go back in the woods in low country Carolinas and that's about how "boiled peanuts" is pronounced.

Suspect Bucket
Jan 14, 2012

SHRIMPDOR WAS A MAN
I mean, HE WAS A SHRIMP MAN
er, maybe also A DRAGON
or possibly
A MINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL TEAM
BUT HE WAS STILL
SHRIMPDOR


CannonFodder posted:

Go back in the woods in low country Carolinas and that's about how "boiled peanuts" is pronounced.

I pronounce it "loving disgusting slimy mess". God damned miasma of rotten boiled garlic wafting through the whole drat flea market, people spitting shells in the floor and my idiot dog eating them.

Randaconda
Jul 3, 2014

The Fat Jag is BACK!


Suspect Bucket posted:

I pronounce it "loving disgusting slimy mess". God damned miasma of rotten boiled garlic wafting through the whole drat flea market, people spitting shells in the floor and my idiot dog eating them.

Boiled peanuts own, actually.

hth

fizzymercy
Aug 18, 2011




Booled peanits, as we call 'em here, do indeed own and mine have never been particularly slimy. They seem to be a very divisive food though. Also lots of people have never heard of them, which is just a drat shame.

Manuel Calavera
Nov 1, 2008

Hey waiter, what's this metatarsal doing in my soup?



Do you eat the shells though? I had them once visiting my ex-bf down in Georgia, and he didn't have an answer.

fizzymercy
Aug 18, 2011




You can eat them pretty much any drat way, including shells on. I tend to pop them in my mouth in the shell and then spit out the shells. Especially when I'm outside at like the fair or something. I'm not exactly the delicate type, though.

Eating the shells and all seems like a good way to gently caress up your crack, if you catch me. So much fiber Most every grumpy old man I know eat them whole, though. They're ultimate Dad food.

E: I am everything Suspect Bucket hates. Sorry guy.

fizzymercy fucked around with this message at Mar 30, 2018 around 02:34

Croatoan
Jun 24, 2005

Hold the line, I have shitposting to do.


Boiled peanuts are great. I never eat the shells and the instant pot makes quick work of them in about an hour. I used to make half cajun and half regular but the cajun are so popular I only make that now.

Also, they're not "slimy". It's literally a salty brine. I mean maybe you're referring to the skin? It's fine.

Suspect Bucket
Jan 14, 2012

SHRIMPDOR WAS A MAN
I mean, HE WAS A SHRIMP MAN
er, maybe also A DRAGON
or possibly
A MINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL TEAM
BUT HE WAS STILL
SHRIMPDOR


They're slimy when y'all spit them on the floor! My grandma's cane slipped on a shell and she nearly broke another hip. I HATE BOILED PEANUTS.

fizzymercy
Aug 18, 2011




Oh okay, yeah no that is gross and they are slippery and nasty. I spit my shells into a styrofoam cup like a damned lady. Classy!

Yolo Swaggins Esq
Jan 29, 2015


Tiggum posted:

I just realised that I forgot to give my impressions of the food!

The whisky soaked straight into the cake and made it soggy and taste of whisky. The rocky road mix had a bit too much coconut - is rocky road even supposed to have coconut in it? - and the mini marshmallows aren't really of any value whatsoever, but the chocolate and nuts were chocolate and nuts.The berries were also fine.

So meif you enjoy soggy cake and cheap whisky (and who doesn't?) then you're onto a winner.

This reminds me of my mothers brilliant Christmas recipe.
Instead of loving around making proper brandy custard, just leave the shitry pudding out for a day and then serve in a bowl, soak it in too much loving brandy and maybe add some custard! Walla!

The saddest part is that she's an amazing cook and I don't understand why she does this.

ExecuDork
Feb 25, 2007

We might be fucked, sir.

Fallen Rib

Yolo Swaggins Esq posted:

The saddest part is that she's an amazing cook and I don't understand why she does this.

Yolo Swaggins Esq posted:

too much loving brandy

ToxicFrog
Apr 26, 2008



PT6A posted:

Awesome, I can't wait to see what you came up with.

I was thinking of other possible dishes for people to make, too. Does anyone want to attempt Bone Hole?

So, here in Canada, everyone knows about Timbits -- balls of fried donut dough. When I was growing up, though, they were known by the generic name of Donut Holes.

It follows, then, that Bone Holes are whatever you take out of the bone to result in a hole through it -- the marrow.

I don't have any proper marrow bones, but I do have a bag of stewing beef bones in the freezer.

Fish out all the bones that look like they contain marrow:


Add some salt and pepper, bake at 450F for 15 minutes until cooked through and bubbly:


Extract the marrow. This...doesn't really look that appetizing.


Spread it on bread and try to enjoy.


Verdict: would not recommend. I've had marrow bones before and they were delicious, but these...were not, and were extremely fatty. I'm not sure if this is because beef bones don't make good marrow, or because they were bones from the wrong part of the cow, or if I did something wrong in preparing them, or what. But both plain and as a condiment, I would not call this a success.



My wife would like to contribute some recipes to the thread:

Fish and Brewis (pronounced "fish'n'brews"), commonly served with scrunchions.
Figgy Duff, a traditional part of Jiggs Dinner.
And Flapper Pie, not to be confused with Flipper Pie -- the two are very different.

Suspect Bucket
Jan 14, 2012

SHRIMPDOR WAS A MAN
I mean, HE WAS A SHRIMP MAN
er, maybe also A DRAGON
or possibly
A MINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL TEAM
BUT HE WAS STILL
SHRIMPDOR


ToxicFrog posted:

So, here in Canada, everyone knows about Timbits -- balls of fried donut dough. When I was growing up, though, they were known by the generic name of Donut Holes.

It follows, then, that Bone Holes are whatever you take out of the bone to result in a hole through it -- the marrow.

I don't have any proper marrow bones, but I do have a bag of stewing beef bones in the freezer.

Fish out all the bones that look like they contain marrow:


Add some salt and pepper, bake at 450F for 15 minutes until cooked through and bubbly:


Extract the marrow. This...doesn't really look that appetizing.


Spread it on bread and try to enjoy.


Verdict: would not recommend. I've had marrow bones before and they were delicious, but these...were not, and were extremely fatty. I'm not sure if this is because beef bones don't make good marrow, or because they were bones from the wrong part of the cow, or if I did something wrong in preparing them, or what. But both plain and as a condiment, I would not call this a success.



My wife would like to contribute some recipes to the thread:

Fish and Brewis (pronounced "fish'n'brews"), commonly served with scrunchions.
Figgy Duff, a traditional part of Jiggs Dinner.
And Flapper Pie, not to be confused with Flipper Pie -- the two are very different.

Yay! Thread lives! Roast marrow bones can be a bastard. Part of me wants to do figgy duff and Redwall it up.

Tiggum
Oct 23, 2007


Suspect Bucket posted:

Part of me wants to do figgy duff
Do it!

I've been really busy lately but in a week or two I'll probably have time to cook something dumb again, so I'm really glad this thread hasn't fallen into the archives.

Lutha Mahtin
Oct 10, 2010

Here I post;
I can do no other.


A+ thread necromancy, would gag again at fake bone hole description

PT6A
Jan 5, 2006



ToxicFrog posted:

So, here in Canada, everyone knows about Timbits -- balls of fried donut dough. When I was growing up, though, they were known by the generic name of Donut Holes.

It follows, then, that Bone Holes are whatever you take out of the bone to result in a hole through it -- the marrow.

I don't have any proper marrow bones, but I do have a bag of stewing beef bones in the freezer.

Fish out all the bones that look like they contain marrow:


Add some salt and pepper, bake at 450F for 15 minutes until cooked through and bubbly:


Extract the marrow. This...doesn't really look that appetizing.


Spread it on bread and try to enjoy.


Verdict: would not recommend. I've had marrow bones before and they were delicious, but these...were not, and were extremely fatty. I'm not sure if this is because beef bones don't make good marrow, or because they were bones from the wrong part of the cow, or if I did something wrong in preparing them, or what. But both plain and as a condiment, I would not call this a success.

Thanks for playing! "Bone hole" is the literal translation from Italian of ossobuco, which traditionally uses veal shank, and you can absolutely eat the marrow out of the bones once cooked, so you weren't too far off, but the traditional version looks much tastier

I may end up trying one of your contributions when I have time, those sounds fun to try and I don't recognize any of them.

bob dobbs is dead
Oct 8, 2017

embrace your inner slack

250 for 3 hours would've given you something actually good. also a lot more salt than you would expect

Tiggum
Oct 23, 2007


I couldn't actually find the post where this was suggested but it's in the big list at the start, so here goes:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gwyDkmH97RE

Last Transmission
Aug 10, 2011



Bravo! Well done!


And now for the actual dish: It's a dessert.

My Lovely Horse
Aug 21, 2010



I think I entered that. Nicely done!

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Tiggum
Oct 23, 2007


My Lovely Horse posted:

I think I entered that. Nicely done!

Ah, so you did. It turns out I wasn't missing out on any context or hints though since you only gave the translated name.

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