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22-09-2014, 01:35 PM
RE: Yummy or gross?
Alergic so fucking abomination


Meat and potatoes.

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22-09-2014, 01:56 PM
RE: Yummy or gross?
Yessss, yummy!


Dunkin donuts

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23-09-2014, 11:36 PM (This post was last modified: 24-09-2014 12:37 AM by EvolutionKills.)
RE: Yummy or gross?
(22-09-2014 01:56 PM)Deidre32 Wrote:  Yessss, yummy!


Dunkin donuts

Yummy or Gross, depending on what you get.

Like this right here, this is fucking amazeballs.

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This, not so much...

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Any-who...

Pumpkin Roll!

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This is my favorite thing about Autumn! I fucking LOVE me some sweet, sweet pumpkin roll!

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24-09-2014, 12:00 AM
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(23-09-2014 11:36 PM)EvolutionKills Wrote:  This is my favorite thing about Autumn! I fucking LOVE my some sweet, sweet pumpkin roll!

Bro, what you do with pumpkin rolls is your business...

Yummy, provided EK hasn't got to it first.

Today is Braai day in South Africa, so... potjiekos Smile

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24-09-2014, 12:16 AM
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(24-09-2014 12:00 AM)morondog Wrote:  
(23-09-2014 11:36 PM)EvolutionKills Wrote:  This is my favorite thing about Autumn! I fucking LOVE my some sweet, sweet pumpkin roll!

Bro, what you do with pumpkin rolls is your business...

Yummy, provided EK hasn't got to it first.

Today is Braai day in South Africa, so... potjiekos Smile

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From Wikipedia...

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Ingredients and general process

The potjie, with a bit of cooking oil inside, is placed on a fire until the oil has been sufficiently heated. Meat is added first, depending on the preference of the cook. This can be anything from lamb or pork to biltong. The meat is spiced and often a form of alcohol is added for flavour - mostly beer, Old Brown Sherry or a dessert wine like Humbro.

When the meat is lightly browned, vegetables like potatoes and mielies (Corn) are added, along with whatever spices are needed. Water or other liquids may or may not then be added, depending on the views of the potjie chef. The lid is then closed and the contents left to simmer slowly without stirring. This distinguishes a potjiekos from a stew that is stirred. The aim is that the flavours of the different ingredients mix as little as possible. Although some chefs may permit stirring from time to time (which is highly frowned upon), it does create a stew where all the ingredients tend to taste similar. Little sauce or water is used, so that cooking is by steam and not boiling in a sauce like a stew; thus the heat must be very low and constant. These are some of the secrets of each cook. A potjie is a social activity, with guests generally engaging in fireside chitchat while the potjie cooks, typically three to six hours.

A potjie is usually accompanied by rice, pasta or something similar.


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So it could be really yummy or really gross, depending on the meat/alcohol/veggie combination. I'd definitely try it though. Thumbsup


So...


How about Pork and Sauerkraut, a meal eaten traditionally for good luck on New Year Day. It is a German tradition that is common in the United States and especially popular in the Pennsylvania Dutch (read: Deutsche or German) regions.

Although I would be curious as to Vosur's feedback on this one.

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24-09-2014, 10:14 PM
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Ew no :U



Bacon wrapped chicken breast with stilton sauce and peppered chips.

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25-09-2014, 10:21 AM
RE: Yummy or gross?
It sounds quite yummy


A Cuban sandwich?

(Ps: I LOVE pumpkin rolls ^^ oh my!)
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