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    Cichlisuite noiselab's Avatar
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    Mmmm Food...

    So my asswad friend stood me up today to go have dinner, and made me cook for myself, so I whipped out this :

    Chicken marinated in Teriyaki/Soy/White Vingera/Sake concoction with Toasted Sesame Pad Thai and Home Marinated Elephant Garlic.

    Thought I'd share my creation, thing is I can cook damn well, but I hate to hahaha.


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    Showoff.

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    Awww.

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    Elephant Garlic?

    Elephant?

    Like,

    ?

    Is that the green stuff that has the texture of poo on the side of the plate? Because I hate to spoil your party, but that ain't garlic if it's come out of an elephant...

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    Quote Originally Posted by asheep_uk
    Is that the green stuff that has the texture of poo on the side of the plate? Because I hate to spoil your party...
    haha
    Last edited by carly1979; 04-24-2006 at 06:19 AM.

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    so basically a thai / japanese fusion. interesting.
    "They're very much like scruffy pigs to look at, and they've got big, knobbly warts and lumps all over their long, hairy faces. They are very, very ugly indeed..."

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    No like this :


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    Quote Originally Posted by noiselab
    No like this :

    For some reason I just cant stop looking at this picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noiselab
    No like this :

    Hahahaa Cupping...

    I made a prawn pasta thing with sundried tomats lastnight... was gooooooood

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    Elephant garlic is just really BIG garlic, one clove is about the size of an entire head of regular garlic. And yeah it's kind of a mix of Japanese and Thai foods, went really well together, that "green poop" as you put it is green chili sauce.

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    lol @ asswad
    It must be obvious day at camp stupid

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    /me is suprised genesis hasnt popped in and photoshopped someones face onto the plate, then disapered


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    me is surprised this food was edible, I mean it's growing tentacles all over the plate, oozing green stuff, I'm telling you, you created the next Alien©


    speaking of which, I made a Broccoli salad yesterday, with smoked turkey ham, cold beef brisket, steak leftover cutlets, and a viniagrette made out of Dijon mustard, olive oil, black pepper, and vinegar, Dilicious

    pics of the after product in a few hours
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    come and have a look, free cookies inside...

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    this is what I made last neet
    "They're very much like scruffy pigs to look at, and they've got big, knobbly warts and lumps all over their long, hairy faces. They are very, very ugly indeed..."

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    Nice, noiselab! I made no-bake cookies this evening. In the microwave. Delicious.


    not the ones I made, but close.

    You're supposed to make them on the stove top, but I was impatient and decided I would try to make them in the microwave again since I really wanted a cookie. The first time I attempted this new method, it worked, but the second time I think it was too humid and they didn't set right.

    Here's my finally revision. They turned out perfect!

    Ingredients:
    • 1 stick (1/2 cup) butter or margarine
    • 1/2 cup water
    • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
    • 2 cups sugar
    • 4 tablespoons cocoa powder
    • 1/2 cup of peanut butter
    • 3 cups quaker oats (or just any regular oatmeal oats)


    Directions:
    • In microwaveable safe bowl (about 2 quarts) place stick of butter into bowl and microwave until the butter is softened and starting to melt.
    • Mix in sugar, water, vanilla extract, and cocoa powder and microwave on high for 6 minutes (you may want to add a minute or two. Just make sure the mixture boils for a good bit, but not so long that it burns.), stirring thoroughly every 2 minutes (make sure to scrape sides / bottom to dislodge sugar).
    • Combine peanut butter and stir until it is completely dissolved. Microwave on high for one more minute.
    • Slowly add oats and stir until all oats are covered and let sit for 30 seconds then stir one more time.
    • Drop by spoonfuls onto wax paper or parchment paper (preferred) and let sit until they firm up (they'll turn from shiny to flat / pasty in color.)


    That was exactly how I did it.
    Last edited by Genesis F5; 04-25-2006 at 05:58 AM.

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    dont they sell those in stores?

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    Wow, what kind of grocery store do you shop at? While it'd be nice to just pick some up, I think it's actually easier just to make them with my microwave version.

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    im sure it is. im just bitter because i can barely make toast.

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    Well, they had whole turkeys on sale for 65 cents a pound so I made thanksgiving dinner again.

    15 pound turkey
    Stuffing
    Mashed potatoes
    Homemade turkey gravy
    Sweet Potatoes with brown sugar and melted butter
    cranberry sauce

    Mmmm, nothing like turkey sandwiches the next day.

    3P
    dinner rolls with butter

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