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Re: Cue Food Thread

Postby L0wsound » Tue Nov 10, 2015 10:01 am

disengage wrote:Need more posts here!

Pork belly, celeriac puree, seared scallops, and parmesan roasted asparagus.


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Re: Cue Food Thread

Postby Rumors » Tue Nov 17, 2015 3:49 pm

Just realized no one has posted anything sandvich related. Seeing as everyone has their particular sandwich of choice, thought I'd post one of my basic yet favorite sandvich recipes of choice:
-deli-cut ham, or roast beef, sometimes both?
-provolone cheese, sometimes muenster
-a bit o' onion
-tomato
-lettuce
-mustard
-a small amount of ranch
-mayonnaise/miracle whip
-a small dash of celery seed (too much and it overpowers the sandvich, just enough and its a great complement to me)
-in between a 7-grain or plain wheat bread

Optional add-ins are 2-3 avocado slices and a little horseradish when I a want a little kick to my sandvich

Throw some pickles/potato chips/potato salad on the side, best lunch ever when I want a good lunch without starting the oven/stove :P

Would love to hear what anyone elses fave sandvich is


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Edit* Balubish made a sandvich post too. Dem meatballs
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Re: Cue Food Thread

Postby Balubish » Tue Nov 17, 2015 6:21 pm

That looks good, mmm sandvich
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Re: Cue Food Thread

Postby Kaiuu » Wed Nov 18, 2015 10:08 pm

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I don't even know if it qualifies as cooking.
Super easy eggs, takes like 2 mins max.
Tastes really good with salt / pepper / spicy stuff
http://www.incredibleegg.org/recipe/mic ... -scramble/
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Re: Cue Food Thread

Postby flufffage » Thu Nov 19, 2015 1:36 pm

what a sandwich
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FIRST OF ALL CHOCOLATE MILK OKAY? GET ON MY LEVEL

-toasted sourdough
-mayo and horseradish (what do you mean a little? what do you mean when you want it? the answer is yes, always, and enough to clear my sinuses thanks)
-lettuce and roma tomato (I wish I had proper sliceable tomatoes, romas get messy when you try to eat your sandwich)
-shaved turkey breast
-muenster cheese
-sauteed mushrooms
there's only one thing I'm missing...
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Re: Cue Food Thread

Postby flufffage » Thu Nov 19, 2015 1:50 pm

I'm sorry but food puns:
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Re: Cue Food Thread

Postby Rumors » Thu Nov 19, 2015 2:59 pm

flufffage wrote:what a sandwich

FIRST OF ALL CHOCOLATE MILK OKAY? GET ON MY LEVEL

-toasted sourdough
-mayo and horseradish (what do you mean a little? what do you mean when you want it? the answer is yes, always, and enough to clear my sinuses thanks)
-lettuce and roma tomato (I wish I had proper sliceable tomatoes, romas get messy when you try to eat your sandwich)
-shaved turkey breast
-muenster cheese
-sauteed mushrooms
there's only one thing I'm missing...
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Thats a very delicious looking sandvich, I'll have to use sauteed mushrooms sometime. ^_^

Depends on how credible your source of horseradish is. If you get it from the store, lots. If you get it from the farmer lady down the road who makes homemade horseradish more powerful than most biological weapons, then you use a little. :P

I don't like roma tomatoes much either, one giant slice of tomato, hnngyes
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Re: Cue Food Thread

Postby Doctor Galaxy » Thu Nov 19, 2015 6:41 pm

Since we're talking about sandwiches, I'll share mine.
Disclaimer: I've got this unorthodox thing about putting siracha sauce on everything that I eat.
So what I usually get together is:
- Honey-wheat bread
- Turkey lunch meat
- Ham lunch meat
- Pepperoni
- Pepperjack cheese
- Pickles
- Lettuce
- Tomato
- Spicy mustard
- Siracha

I like to toast the bread first, followed by putting the meats with the cheese together. From there I like to place the sandwich in the oven so the cheese can melt and the meats can cook a bit, but not to leave it in there for too long on count of the bread getting burnt. After that it's just placing everything together with some sweet tea.

I don't have a picture of one, but I do have a gif to relate to how I feel when making/eating one:
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Also Fluff that's like the first time I've seen anybody put mushrooms on a sandwich before.
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Re: Cue Food Thread

Postby flufffage » Thu Nov 19, 2015 11:48 pm

Doctor Galaxy wrote:Disclaimer: I've got this unorthodox thing about putting siracha sauce on everything that I eat.

I've had some sandwiches with a sriracha mayonnaise, it was amazing.

Doctor Galaxy wrote:I like to toast the bread first, followed by putting the meats with the cheese together. From there I like to place the sandwich in the oven so the cheese can melt and the meats can cook a bit, but not to leave it in there for too long on count of the bread getting burnt. After that it's just placing everything together with some sweet tea.

Excuse me but doesn't everyone toast their sandwich bread? It holds up so much better... And the melty cheese warm meat ughhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhsoooogoood...
also sweet tea yes

Doctor Galaxy wrote:Also Fluff that's like the first time I've seen anybody put mushrooms on a sandwich before.

OMG UR KIDDING ME
Normally I do sauteed mushrooms and onions on roast beef sandwich
but then thought aw heck why not
its amaze
messy
but delish
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Re: Cue Food Thread

Postby flufffage » Fri Nov 20, 2015 12:01 am

Rumors wrote:
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that wasn't what i put there..........
i mean cookies yes but...
Rumors wrote:Thats a very delicious looking sandvich, I'll have to use sauteed mushrooms sometime. ^_^

Depends on how credible your source of horseradish is. If you get it from the store, lots. If you get it from the farmer lady down the road who makes homemade horseradish more powerful than most biological weapons, then you use a little. :P

I don't like roma tomatoes much either, one giant slice of tomato, hnngyes


we make our own horseradish saus and "can" it (the FDA hasn't found a way to successfully - read: safely - can horseradish with home canning equipment i.e. traditional water bath or pressure canner, so even though the jars are sealed, the stuff can still go bad - usually lasts like 2 months in fridge or so- we froze a jar of the last batch so idk how that'll turn out lol its an adventure!!!)

its basically 2 lbs fresh/crisp horseradish root(farmers market) which grates to about 2 c grated (i cry when this happens. i cry lodz. #worhtit)
1/4 tsp powdered ascorbic acid (FruitFresh brand or something idk)
1 c white vinegar (you can also use lemon juice- i recommend this if you eat lodz of fish)
1/2 tsp canning/pickling salt (optional- besides flavor it helps with and color and pungency)

its easy, just wash trim and grate the horseradish and mix in the acid and salt. The vinegar stops the heat from developing, so depending on how spicy/hot you want the horseradish to be, let it sit in fridge for like 30 min to an hour if you like it hottttt (we do like 20 ish min usually), then ur good to seal them jars and enjoyyyyy. oh btw this yields about one pint jar, I'd recommend not making bigger batches (unless you know you'll use it quickly) as the pungency fades over time.
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