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  • afterdarker
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    Great country, Finland. I was there last year and trained in some aikido dojos. After training, they all drink Estonian beer! Maybe because it is cheap.

    Now there are a number of good reasons to go to Estonia (3 hours by ferry from Helsinki for those that don't know), Estonia is full of gorgeous women, but the local beer is at the other end of the spectrum. Well the beers I tasted anyway and was sampling quite a few...

    You can get to Spain cheaply from Finland. Get hammered for the weekend and then huge hangover Monday, Finns well understand that.

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  • afterdarker
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    Originally posted by ChenPengFi View Post
    The best part about those gravy on top motherfuckers is there's no way in hell to finish it before all the gravy cools and sets up.
    A lot of them still clean the plate.
    I don't know what's up with the giant slice of curiously pungent onion they use in their burgers though.
    1 onion for 4 burgers or something?
    Wtf?

    Rainbow's is at the eastern end of Waikiki so it's pretty damn crowded too.
    I wonder how many calories go through their hands in a day...
    Given your diet, should I be looking for your contributions on the Sumo thread?

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  • Holy Moment
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    Teila Ramirez of the old PitFighting continuity used to enter fights eating a sandwich or drinking a soda, which he would often throw at his opponent if he couldn't finish before the fight started.

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  • submessenger
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    Originally posted by ChenPengFi View Post
    So how does a Norwegian streetfight start?
    Do you insult each others sweaters?
    Nah, they call each other Swedes.

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  • ChenPengFi
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    So how does a Norwegian streetfight start?
    Do you insult each others sweaters?

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  • ChenPengFi
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    Originally posted by Devil View Post
    This thread is making me think. Like I said, I'm in the south and fried food and barbecue is stereotypically southern. But I don't even know many places to go and get food like that anymore.
    That's damn depressing.
    And people are upset about the election.
    Priorities assholes.

    See, here in Hawai'i, you can be associated with a damn child molester http://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/story/1...ld-sex-assault

    but if you can bring the goods like this for ~ $4?
    (Breakfast special + garlic chicken = Fried rice with sausage/spam, two eggs to order, 3 boneless, crispy, sweet, garlicky chicken thighs plus one order of a dozen or so meats.)




    Well I think your business will do just fine!
    They have a line out into the street.
    Know what you want and gtfo.

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  • DCS
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    Good food and good climate are at Spain's opposite sides.

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  • goodlun
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    Originally posted by submessenger View Post
    if you don't have a rice cooker, get one - best $20 I've ever spent.
    I grew up in a filipino community, there is no way I wouldn't have a rice cooker.
    Speaking of kitchen gadgets that make life easy anyone ever use one of those "Air Fryer" things like the Philips Airfryer?
    http://www.usa.philips.com/c-m-ho/cooking/airfryer-top
    If they work I would love to do my Lumpia that way.

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  • submessenger
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    Originally posted by goodlun View Post
    I have said it before and I will say it again I love my Sous Vide machine. It pretty much is cheating when it comes to making food.
    Not sure if this qualifies as sous vide, but I like to boil bratwurst until it's cooked, then finish it in a hot oven (like 450-500) for a few minutes to get the outside crispy.

    On similar food-technology things, we recently got a Foreman grill. It's awesome for boneless chicken breast. Also, if you don't have a rice cooker, get one - best $20 I've ever spent.

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  • goodlun
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    I have said it before and I will say it again I love my Sous Vide machine. It pretty much is cheating when it comes to making food.

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  • submessenger
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    I've made a tradition of cooking Sunday breakfast for the wife and kids. Usually, it's pancakes, occasionally waffles, crepes about once a year. I make all my batters from scratch. Interspersed with eggs to order, and usually we have bacon or sausage, too.

    My wife digs the over-easy eggs I cook inside a nice thick ring of red onion on a pool of butter, usually with some salty cheese sprinkled on top.

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  • submessenger
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    culled: http://www.bullshido.net/forums/showthread.php?t=106960

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  • Devil
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    Shit is different now than it was when I was a kid. My grandma could cook like a motherfucker. Of course, old folks didn't have any choice. They had to be able to cook. Women are forgetting how to do that shit.

    I'm taking the power back, though. My daughter likes to cook and I sent her to some classes. Now she can make biscuits from scratch just like my grandma used to make. That was money well spent.

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  • submessenger
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    We used to do shit like that at the Legion. They probably still do, I just stopped going because it was me (an actual Legion member) and a bunch of tweeners (Sons and Daughters). We didn't gel. But, the food was always good, and way cheap. Two or three times a year, I get together with some buddies that will smoke a couple hundred pounds of ribs and sell them for $20 a rack. They actually won some local awards, this year.

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