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Random Food Questions Thread

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by kwilkinson, Apr 8, 2010.

  1. mgm9128

    mgm9128 Senior member

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    Make small cuts with the very tip of your knife, that way if you fuck up, it will only be a relatively small fuck up. And make sure your knife is as sharp as you can get it. The more you fillet, the better you'll get.
     
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    twss?
     
  3. Rambo

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    A little late to the party but I wanted to offer you congratulations. I sincerely hope you take the job and embark on a new path. Remember, you don't have to do it forever.
     
  4. mgm9128

    mgm9128 Senior member

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    Hey. Thanks, Rambo.
     
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    huh?
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    Old news, pal.
     
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    What the hell should I do with this horseradish?
     
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    cup the balls, work the shaft
     
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  9. mgm9128

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    Why'd you buy it if you didn't know what to do with it? Did the shape appeal to you, or something?
     
  10. foodguy

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    oooh, how can i find that? i love food books in languages i'll never read. [seriously, i do ...]
     
  11. foodguy

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    edina alert!
    blog post from this morning.
     
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    If I were to suggest something to a new filleter of fish it would be to learn the Japanese technique instead of the French.
     
  13. alexg

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    Then what?


    Didn't buy it, got it free at a farmer's market.
     
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    What the fuck would you do with regular horseradish? Think!!!
     
  15. alexg

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    I don't fucking know, I hate horseradish. I figured there might be some creative French bullshit technique I don't know about.
     
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    Yes. Feed it to a horse (obvious, isn't it?). Come back two days later. Milk the sperm. Cook with it.
     
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    Grate then add some green food dye and pretend it's wasabi. :fu:
     
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  18. Rambo

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    Get you a grater, some ketchup, and a few pounds of shell on shrimp and oysters. A 12 pack of beer and you've got the beginnings of a great evening.
     
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    actually, you'll want some white vinegar too. prepared horseradish is preserved in vinegar. big difference.
     
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    That was really why I was asking, even in fancy cookbooks I've never really seen any recipes for fresh horseradish.
     

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