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  • ed243421ed243421 Posts: 5,577

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  • WobbieWobbie Posts: 24,688
    mcgruff10 said:
    mcgruff10 said:


    What the gawddamn hell is that?

    My guess is moussaka?
    It's fried cheddar cheese, with tartar sauce and various root-crops (if that is the word?). And next to is a Norrlands Guld (The Gold of the northern) beer.

    Interesting.
    He lost me with the tartar sauce. 
    What is your experience with tartar sauce?
    It is disgusting. I can’t inagine putting it on cheese. 
    I don't know what else you would use it for... but at the polish and the checz restaurant in town it's synonymous with the fried cheese. 

    But yeah, okey. Get it. 

    It was tasty though. The five beers too.
    In the US, tartar sauce compliments fried fish filets.
    tartar: “looking good, filet.”

    filet: “thanks, tartar.”
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  • WobbieWobbie Posts: 24,688
    If I had known then what I know now...

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    Seattle1 09, Seattle2 09, Salt Lake 09, LA4 09
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  • WobbieWobbie Posts: 24,688
    dankind said:
    French bread pizza is the bomb diggity.

    I'd like to see you try that shit with a dense German loaf.

    “dense german loaf” made me think of a Sgt. Shultz shit.
    If I had known then what I know now...

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  • HesCalledDyerHesCalledDyer MarylandPosts: 13,257
    Wobbie said:
    mcgruff10 said:
    mcgruff10 said:


    What the gawddamn hell is that?

    My guess is moussaka?
    It's fried cheddar cheese, with tartar sauce and various root-crops (if that is the word?). And next to is a Norrlands Guld (The Gold of the northern) beer.

    Interesting.
    He lost me with the tartar sauce. 
    What is your experience with tartar sauce?
    It is disgusting. I can’t inagine putting it on cheese. 
    I don't know what else you would use it for... but at the polish and the checz restaurant in town it's synonymous with the fried cheese. 

    But yeah, okey. Get it. 

    It was tasty though. The five beers too.
    In the US, tartar sauce compliments fried fish filets.
    tartar: “looking good, filet.”

    filet: “thanks, tartar.”
    I see what you did there.
  • PJ_SoulPJ_Soul Vancouver, BCPosts: 45,262
    rgambs said:
    If it's good enough for those fiesty western European chaps, I would love to try it.
    Those fuckers know how to eat. 
    I strongly dislike the dominance of French cuisine, and Italian is overplayed as well, but it's much more tolerable.
    Fuck a French baguette, give me some good German bread.
    Bouillabaisse?  Bullshit.
    Give me some gulyás!

    my wife always wants to get a baguette at the local market down the street in the summer, and every time, I keep saying "why the fuck do we want this rock hard bread that just gets crumbs everywhere when I try to cut it FFS?". 
    French baguette (not the white bread in the shape of a baguette. Actual french baguette) with double cream french brie and a nice specialty jam (right now my fave is a locally farmed and made Saskatoon berry jam) is probably my favorite food in the world.
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  • PoncierPoncier Posts: 9,256
    ed243421 said:

    What hump?
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  • HesCalledDyerHesCalledDyer MarylandPosts: 13,257
    PJ_Soul said:
    rgambs said:
    If it's good enough for those fiesty western European chaps, I would love to try it.
    Those fuckers know how to eat. 
    I strongly dislike the dominance of French cuisine, and Italian is overplayed as well, but it's much more tolerable.
    Fuck a French baguette, give me some good German bread.
    Bouillabaisse?  Bullshit.
    Give me some gulyás!

    my wife always wants to get a baguette at the local market down the street in the summer, and every time, I keep saying "why the fuck do we want this rock hard bread that just gets crumbs everywhere when I try to cut it FFS?". 
    French baguette (not the white bread in the shape of a baguette. Actual french baguette) with double cream french brie and a nice specialty jam (right now my fave is a locally farmed and made Saskatoon berry jam) is probably my favorite food in the world.
    Mmmm brie & jam!!  I've never had Saskatoon jam, is it easily found to order online?
  • rgambsrgambs Posts: 11,758
    PJ_Soul said:
    rgambs said:
    If it's good enough for those fiesty western European chaps, I would love to try it.
    Those fuckers know how to eat. 
    I strongly dislike the dominance of French cuisine, and Italian is overplayed as well, but it's much more tolerable.
    Fuck a French baguette, give me some good German bread.
    Bouillabaisse?  Bullshit.
    Give me some gulyás!

    my wife always wants to get a baguette at the local market down the street in the summer, and every time, I keep saying "why the fuck do we want this rock hard bread that just gets crumbs everywhere when I try to cut it FFS?". 
    French baguette (not the white bread in the shape of a baguette. Actual french baguette) with double cream french brie and a nice specialty jam (right now my fave is a locally farmed and made Saskatoon berry jam) is probably my favorite food in the world.
    Mmmm brie & jam!!  I've never had Saskatoon jam, is it easily found to order online?
    It would be nearly indistinguishable from blueberry, which you should be able to get pretty locally.
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  • rgambsrgambs Posts: 11,758
    rgambs said:
    PJ_Soul said:
    rgambs said:
    If it's good enough for those fiesty western European chaps, I would love to try it.
    Those fuckers know how to eat. 
    I strongly dislike the dominance of French cuisine, and Italian is overplayed as well, but it's much more tolerable.
    Fuck a French baguette, give me some good German bread.
    Bouillabaisse?  Bullshit.
    Give me some gulyás!

    my wife always wants to get a baguette at the local market down the street in the summer, and every time, I keep saying "why the fuck do we want this rock hard bread that just gets crumbs everywhere when I try to cut it FFS?". 
    French baguette (not the white bread in the shape of a baguette. Actual french baguette) with double cream french brie and a nice specialty jam (right now my fave is a locally farmed and made Saskatoon berry jam) is probably my favorite food in the world.
    Mmmm brie & jam!!  I've never had Saskatoon jam, is it easily found to order online?
    It would be nearly indistinguishable from blueberry, which you should be able to get pretty locally.
    Maybe add the faintest touch of almond extract to catch the nutty flavor of the seeds.
    I can never remember if you are Ohio or Maryland, if Maryland, you probably have access to wild berries, which are indescribably superior to cultivated berries.
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  • PJ_SoulPJ_Soul Vancouver, BCPosts: 45,262
    edited January 17
    rgambs said:
    PJ_Soul said:
    rgambs said:
    If it's good enough for those fiesty western European chaps, I would love to try it.
    Those fuckers know how to eat. 
    I strongly dislike the dominance of French cuisine, and Italian is overplayed as well, but it's much more tolerable.
    Fuck a French baguette, give me some good German bread.
    Bouillabaisse?  Bullshit.
    Give me some gulyás!

    my wife always wants to get a baguette at the local market down the street in the summer, and every time, I keep saying "why the fuck do we want this rock hard bread that just gets crumbs everywhere when I try to cut it FFS?". 
    French baguette (not the white bread in the shape of a baguette. Actual french baguette) with double cream french brie and a nice specialty jam (right now my fave is a locally farmed and made Saskatoon berry jam) is probably my favorite food in the world.
    Mmmm brie & jam!!  I've never had Saskatoon jam, is it easily found to order online?
    It would be nearly indistinguishable from blueberry, which you should be able to get pretty locally.
    Sorry, I feel that isn't even close to true. Saskatoon berries taste nothing like blueberries and are a completely different texture as well. I actually hate blueberries, lol. Yes, they are reminiscent of blueberries, but very very different nonetheless.
    Post edited by PJ_Soul on
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  • PJ_SoulPJ_Soul Vancouver, BCPosts: 45,262
    edited January 17
    PJ_Soul said:
    rgambs said:
    If it's good enough for those fiesty western European chaps, I would love to try it.
    Those fuckers know how to eat. 
    I strongly dislike the dominance of French cuisine, and Italian is overplayed as well, but it's much more tolerable.
    Fuck a French baguette, give me some good German bread.
    Bouillabaisse?  Bullshit.
    Give me some gulyás!

    my wife always wants to get a baguette at the local market down the street in the summer, and every time, I keep saying "why the fuck do we want this rock hard bread that just gets crumbs everywhere when I try to cut it FFS?". 
    French baguette (not the white bread in the shape of a baguette. Actual french baguette) with double cream french brie and a nice specialty jam (right now my fave is a locally farmed and made Saskatoon berry jam) is probably my favorite food in the world.
    Mmmm brie & jam!!  I've never had Saskatoon jam, is it easily found to order online?
    It is this brand, and they do have an online store. I see they do also have blueberry jam, for rgambs. ;) That cranberry jalapeno jelly would also be incredible with brie!! And the BlackBerry pepper jelly... mmmm.

    Post edited by PJ_Soul on
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  • rgambsrgambs Posts: 11,758
    PJ_Soul said:
    rgambs said:
    PJ_Soul said:
    rgambs said:
    If it's good enough for those fiesty western European chaps, I would love to try it.
    Those fuckers know how to eat. 
    I strongly dislike the dominance of French cuisine, and Italian is overplayed as well, but it's much more tolerable.
    Fuck a French baguette, give me some good German bread.
    Bouillabaisse?  Bullshit.
    Give me some gulyás!

    my wife always wants to get a baguette at the local market down the street in the summer, and every time, I keep saying "why the fuck do we want this rock hard bread that just gets crumbs everywhere when I try to cut it FFS?". 
    French baguette (not the white bread in the shape of a baguette. Actual french baguette) with double cream french brie and a nice specialty jam (right now my fave is a locally farmed and made Saskatoon berry jam) is probably my favorite food in the world.
    Mmmm brie & jam!!  I've never had Saskatoon jam, is it easily found to order online?
    It would be nearly indistinguishable from blueberry, which you should be able to get pretty locally.
    Sorry, this isn't even close to true. Saskatoon berries taste nothing like blueberries and are a completely different texture as well. I actually hate blueberries, lol.
    Hahaha I knew you would come argue this, and you are just wrong.  Everybody in the world thinks that all the serviceberries and blueberries are very similar, but I knew you would disagree lol

    We are much alike, you and I! 

    They are about as different as blackberries and black raspberries...which isn't very different.  Mash them up, cook them down in half their weight of sugar and gel them up with pectin and you end up with a decidedly blueberry-like (though more generic than blueberry, which isn't a bad thing) fruit preserve.

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  • PJ_SoulPJ_Soul Vancouver, BCPosts: 45,262
    edited January 17
    I have the jam, and it literally tastes NOTHING like blueberry jam and feels nothing like it either, and there is nothing generic about this jam.
    I eat saskatoon pies all the time too. Nothing like blueberry pie.Saskatoon berries are far more tart than blueberries, and then texture of them when cooked is not even close.
    Post edited by PJ_Soul on
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  • rgambsrgambs Posts: 11,758
    You have unique tastes and strong opinions, and that's a good thing.
    If Dyer Googles Saskatoons or serviceberries, the internet is going to tell him that they taste much like blueberries lol

    I like your unique takes and fierce defenses, but how in the fuck can you hate blueberries??? That's fucking un-North American! 
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  • Get_RightGet_Right Posts: 10,276
    Wait, you guys put jam on pizza?  :o :o
  • PJ_SoulPJ_Soul Vancouver, BCPosts: 45,262
    That rhubarb jalapeno jelly is certainly calling my name!
    I didn't even see that one! I will for sure buy that.
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  • PJ_SoulPJ_Soul Vancouver, BCPosts: 45,262
    rgambs said:
    You have unique tastes and strong opinions, and that's a good thing.
    If Dyer Googles Saskatoons or serviceberries, the internet is going to tell him that they taste much like blueberries lol

    I like your unique takes and fierce defenses, but how in the fuck can you hate blueberries??? That's fucking un-North American! 
    I don't know! I wish I liked them. But BLECH. Just raw is the worst, but blueberry flavoured anything is just not good for me, with the exception of very good muffins. That's okay for some reason.
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  • rgambsrgambs Posts: 11,758
    Get_Right said:
    Wait, you guys put jam on pizza?  :o :o
    Actually...
    Imagine a rispy, thin and flaky crust with a thin layer of cream cheese (mild brie, mascarpone, whatever) and a heavy drizzle of blueberry (Saskatoon I suppose, whatever) sauce and fresh WILD berries, a nice dollop of whipped cream on top...
    Blueberry pizza!    
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  • dankinddankind I am not your foot. Posts: 12,838
    rgambs said:
    Get_Right said:
    Wait, you guys put jam on pizza?  :o :o
    Actually...
    Imagine a rispy, thin and flaky crust with a thin layer of cream cheese (mild brie, mascarpone, whatever) and a heavy drizzle of blueberry (Saskatoon I suppose, whatever) sauce and fresh WILD berries, a nice dollop of whipped cream on top...
    Blueberry pizza!    
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  • rgambsrgambs Posts: 11,758
    edited January 18
    dankind said:
    rgambs said:
    Get_Right said:
    Wait, you guys put jam on pizza?  :o :o
    Actually...
    Imagine a rispy, thin and flaky crust with a thin layer of cream cheese (mild brie, mascarpone, whatever) and a heavy drizzle of blueberry (Saskatoon I suppose, whatever) sauce and fresh WILD berries, a nice dollop of whipped cream on top...
    Blueberry pizza!    
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    Post edited by rgambs on
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    mcgruff10 said:
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  • HesCalledDyerHesCalledDyer MarylandPosts: 13,257
    rgambs said:
    Get_Right said:
    Wait, you guys put jam on pizza?  :o :o
    Actually...
    Imagine a rispy, thin and flaky crust with a thin layer of cream cheese (mild brie, mascarpone, whatever) and a heavy drizzle of blueberry (Saskatoon I suppose, whatever) sauce and fresh WILD berries, a nice dollop of whipped cream on top...
    Blueberry pizza!    
    Sounds like an excellent dessert pie!
  • Get_RightGet_Right Posts: 10,276
    rgambs said:
    Get_Right said:
    Wait, you guys put jam on pizza?  :o :o
    Actually...
    Imagine a rispy, thin and flaky crust with a thin layer of cream cheese (mild brie, mascarpone, whatever) and a heavy drizzle of blueberry (Saskatoon I suppose, whatever) sauce and fresh WILD berries, a nice dollop of whipped cream on top...
    Blueberry pizza!    
    Maybe some hazel or macadamia nuts for crunch.
  • Get_Right said:
    rgambs said:
    Get_Right said:
    Wait, you guys put jam on pizza?  :o :o
    Actually...
    Imagine a rispy, thin and flaky crust with a thin layer of cream cheese (mild brie, mascarpone, whatever) and a heavy drizzle of blueberry (Saskatoon I suppose, whatever) sauce and fresh WILD berries, a nice dollop of whipped cream on top...
    Blueberry pizza!    
    Maybe some hazel or macadamia nuts for crunch.
    And some clams.
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  • mcgruff10mcgruff10 New JerseyPosts: 17,837
    Grandma pie (pictured), calzone and plain tonight.  
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