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Cuisine generally consists of me getting my knife (think Mick Dundee) and killing a croc or a kangaroo, cooking it on the barbie and opening up a keg of Foster's.
 
Nov 22, 2009
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auscyclefan94 said:
i'm getting very hungry reading this thread.

How many of you on here cook regulary in your homes?
all the time, grew up in a family owned restaurant.

c'mon over, one meal and you will wonder why i am not even fatter than I already am.
 
Mar 16, 2009
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craig1985 said:
Cuisine generally consists of me getting my knife (think Mick Dundee) and killing a croc or a kangaroo, cooking it on the barbie and opening up a keg of Foster's.
I'll bring some salad and bread and it's a party
 
Mar 18, 2009
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Bala Verde said:
Interesting... That's on my menu for Wednesday. Are you roasting those (green?) asparagus (less healthy, but very tasty!)?

That's only days after the roast leg of lamb (boneless), with a brown sauce of meat trimmings, stock, carrots and onions that's been cooking for 4 hours, glazed carrots and garlic-mashed potatoes...
Green ... yes, very tasty. Balsalmic vinegar at the end adds the little kicker to the taste. Another Jamie Oliver winner.
 
Mar 11, 2009
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auscyclefan94 said:
i'm getting very hungry reading this thread.

How many of you on here cook regulary in your homes?
Almost daily.
My wife is a lousy cook =/

Today Tilapia with Mustardsauce and Witlof (Belgian endive ?)
Cheap, easy to make and very tasty.
 
Jul 14, 2009
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For anybody who loves to cook or eat. The film "Our Daily Bread" is fantastic. Shows most aspects of food cultivation and production. A how thing are made about food, it's really cool. No words or music throughout the entire film. A few ex-bike racers are featured.
 
Jun 16, 2009
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ak-zaaf said:
Almost daily.
My wife is a lousy cook =/

Today Tilapia with Mustardsauce and Witlof (Belgian endive ?)
Cheap, easy to make and very tasty.
Don't let her hear you saying that:eek:?

Can you explain what that is?
 
Mar 10, 2009
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auscyclefan94 said:
Don't let her hear you saying that:eek:?

Can you explain what that is?
Witlof is Chicory, or as Ak-z mentioned French/Belgian Endive. Great with ham and cheese in the oven.

 
Mar 16, 2009
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auscyclefan94 said:
Don't let her hear you saying that:eek:?

Can you explain what that is?
tilapia is a fish and mustardsauce is... well mustard sauce
and Belgium endive is

 
Jul 29, 2009
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craig1985 said:
Cuisine generally consists of me getting my knife (think Mick Dundee) and killing a croc or a kangaroo, cooking it on the barbie and opening up a keg of Foster's.
No kidding: alligator is some of the most succulent meat I have ever eaten. Haven't been able to find any since we moved here...
 
Mar 16, 2009
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Tostadas with Monterey jack cheese, medium rare rib eye steak,lettuce,tomato,onion,jalapeno and a dab of sour cream.
oh yeah 500ml tequila
 
Mar 16, 2009
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auscyclefan94 said:
Guess what's on the menu tonight? Pancake's with bluberries. I can only cook very simple foods.:D
simple foods are the best. I like to pick fresh dandelions in the spring and dress them with extra virgin olive oil, lemon juice,salt and pepper. with some good bread and wine. A once a year treat.

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Mar 16, 2009
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simple foods are the best. I like to pick fresh dandelions in the spring and dress them with extra virgin olive oil, lemon juice,salt and pepper. with some good bread and wine. A once a year treat.

 
Mar 18, 2009
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Tuna steak stir fry with green beans, cherry tomatoes, anchoives, garlic and lemon juice.
 
Jul 16, 2009
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Sounds great .... bloody hungry sitting here at work ...

Marinated steak off of the BBq with a cabbage salad

Cabbage salad consists of , well , shredded cabbage, roasted pine nuts, crunchy noodles, balsamic vinegar and white wine vinegar and red onion, all mixed together

Then soak up left overs on plate with a slice of crunchy cobb loaf bread.

Wash that down with a Langhorne Creek (South Australia) Shiraz then a coffee and jobs done.

:p:p:p:p
 
Mar 11, 2009
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Real Dutch homemade pea-soup today. Takes hours, but it's totally worth it.

Might be the last time this year =/
 
Oct 8, 2009
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How many of you on here cook regulary in your homes?
Every day I knock up something low in saturated fat from scratch, often involving pasta.
Tonight the husband and his cholesterol lowering diet are out, so I just got myself outside a decent sized pizza. It was soooo nice!! :p
I might have to brave a nasty cold wind on the bike tomorrow in penance.
 
Mar 10, 2009
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Does anyone ever eat/like 'offal', like tripe, or other organ meat, like kidneys liver, sweetbreads, tongue and the like?

I just had a great French tripe meal, braised in mustard, tomatoes, wine and some herbs, with potatoes on the side. Yumm!

(This in a restaurant, as I am not to keen on cleaning tripe myself at home...)
 
Jul 14, 2009
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Bala Verde said:
Does anyone ever eat/like 'offal', like tripe, or other organ meat, like kidneys liver, sweetbreads, tongue and the like?

I just had a great French tripe meal, braised in mustard, tomatoes, wine and some herbs, with potatoes on the side. Yumm!

(This in a restaurant, as I am not to keen on cleaning tripe myself at home...)
I eat tripe as part of a soup 3 or 4 time a month. Pancita or Menudo. strange thing, this same style soup is common in Turkey. I am also really impressed with a brand of Indian sauces, Patak's brand are easy to find and the meal with meat prep is 20-25 minutes if you start the rice at the same time. I ate a Italian tripe sandwich at a cafe in Red Hook.They filmed a scene or 2 for the movie "Departed" there. Everything on the menu is good except the tripe I had a gag reflex moment. I finished it. I also ate Yak tripe in China.
 
Aug 13, 2009
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Bala Verde said:
Does anyone ever eat/like 'offal', like tripe, or other organ meat, like kidneys liver, sweetbreads, tongue and the like?

I just had a great French tripe meal, braised in mustard, tomatoes, wine and some herbs, with potatoes on the side. Yumm!

(This in a restaurant, as I am not to keen on cleaning tripe myself at home...)
Love the sweetbreads
 

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