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without besmirching mr. cosentino (haven't eaten there), i think it's more along the line of the troggs.

The charcuterie shop is OK, though the presentation is mindblowingly obnoxious. The restaurant is so awful I would prefer to eat paste.
post #77 of 90
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how do you forget about a cooked steak? It takes all of a few minutes to cook. Or did you do it sous-vide and forget it in the bath? Still.... what did you eat?
does not compute

Made a really nice pan of root vegetables and forgot about the meat. It was resting and I just didn't eat it.
post #78 of 90
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without besmirching mr. cosentino (haven't eaten there), i think it's more along the line of the troggs.

lol8[1].gif You're killing me today with the musical references. Keep up the good work. I look forward to the inevitable Captain Beefheart comparison.
post #79 of 90
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Made a really nice pan of root vegetables and forgot about the meat. It was resting and I just didn't eat it.

glazed?
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lol8[1].gif You're killing me today with the musical references. Keep up the good work. I look forward to the inevitable Captain Beefheart comparison.

no question, the captain beefheart reference would come for a dish made with meatglue. trout mask replica indeed.
post #81 of 90
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no question, the captain beefheart reference would come for a dish made with meatglue. trout mask replica indeed.

Gives "Neon Meate Dream of a Octafish" a whole new meaning! wow.gif
post #82 of 90
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Guinea hen is great because I love its sweetness. However, that's one little bird. Pig offers you a massive amount of cuts for life. I couldn't eat a little bird for life.
The question wasn't "if you could only eat one protein for life, what would it be?" It was "what is your favorite animal flesh?" And the answer, for me, is squab.
post #83 of 90
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The question wasn't "if you could only eat one protein for life, what would it be?" It was "what is your favorite animal flesh?" And the answer, for me, is squab.

o... well then my answer would change then.
post #84 of 90
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Guinea hen is great because I love its sweetness. However, that's one little bird. Pig offers you a massive amount of cuts for life. I couldn't eat a little bird for life.
The question wasn't "if you could only eat one protein for life, what would it be?" It was "what is your favorite animal flesh?" And the answer, for me, is squab.

In that case, me too.
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Guinea hen is great because I love its sweetness. However, that's one little bird. Pig offers you a massive amount of cuts for life. I couldn't eat a little bird for life.
The question wasn't "if you could only eat one protein for life, what would it be?" It was "what is your favorite animal flesh?" And the answer, for me, is squab.

In that case, me too.
That squab wrapped in piquillo with corn we had at Masa my first weekend in San Francisco is still hands down the best dish I've ever had. It was so simple, but perfect. It kind of opened my eyes, because at that time, I wasn't even done with school yet, and I truly believed in my heart that more = better. That really changed things.
post #86 of 90
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The question wasn't "if you could only eat one protein for life, what would it be?" It was "what is your favorite animal flesh?" And the answer, for me, is squab.

I didn't use "protein" because I wasn't looking for an answer like "eggs" or "tofu."
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This thread makes me want to ask what everyone's favorite animal flesh is. If you could only eat the flesh of one animal, for the rest of your life, what would that animal be? For me it is clearly the pig.


Due to the wonderful and versatile nature of the pig this is hands down my answer.
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Has Piob started quoting himself and answering his own questions?

Why yes, yes he has.
post #88 of 90
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The question wasn't "if you could only eat one protein for life, what would it be?" It was "what is your favorite animal flesh?" And the answer, for me, is squab.

I didn't use "protein" because I wasn't looking for an answer like "eggs" or "tofu."
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This thread makes me want to ask what everyone's favorite animal flesh is. If you could only eat the flesh of one animal, for the rest of your life, what would that animal be? For me it is clearly the pig.


Due to the wonderful and versatile nature of the pig this is hands down my answer.
So I don't know how to read, fuck you!
post #89 of 90
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Why yes, yes he has.

Does iammatt notice that erictheobscure has gone meta? Iammatt does.
post #90 of 90
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Had shortribs tonight. Delicious, but felt like I was going to yak after a few bites. Not the first time that red meat has made me feel this way recently. Sad.

In the early '80s I worked in a slaughterhouse for summers which put me off meat briefly, and I tried vegetarianism in the early '90s -- otherwise I have been a notorious carnivore. I hope your meat revulsion is likewise short-lived.
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This thread makes me want to ask what everyone's favorite animal flesh is. If you could only eat the flesh of one animal, for the rest of your life, what would that animal be? For me it is clearly the pig.

If it is the whole animal, the pig is the clear winner; if one cut, give me the rib steak ... drool.gif
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