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    Quote Originally Posted by baw View Post
    I've never tried the Dutch cuisine, I'm just curious to try, I just hope to find something very similar to replace the "rookworst"
    The first thing I ate when I landed in Amsterdam was Erwtensoep - Dutch Split Pea Soup. It was real good, but I am a soup lover I must admit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baw View Post
    What is "dead horse", a kind of sauce?




    I've never tried the Dutch cuisine, I'm just curious to try, I just hope to find something very similar to replace the "rookworst"
    Any sauce goes mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by riise View Post
    The first thing I ate when I landed in Amsterdam was Erwtensoep - Dutch Split Pea Soup. It was real good, but I am a soup lover I must admit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GFRay View Post
    I ate a double Whopper and twister fries with a diet coke today for lunch at Burger King.

    I know I shouldn't, but Friday is my cheat day
    "diet" coke tho

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig Forrest View Post

    I love Mexican, Italian, Asian, North African, Middle Eastern, Persian, etc....
    Not sure if you talking about women or food here...................

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    Why not Australian cuisine CF? What's wrong wrong with you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by riise View Post
    I thought about this and it led me to conclude that I don't cook anything "British". What even is British cuisine, beyond fish & chips or roast dinner?!

    We just bastardise other cuisines. I'm sure if, as an Italian, you saw what we do with seafood, it'd make you weep.
    Honestly I do not know what to tell you, I do not know your kitchen, I've been 2/3 times in London, but I've never tried your cooking, I've only attended fast-food and Italian restaurants (just because my brother worked there).
    Of your culinary tradition however I know and I really appreciate the breakfast

    Quote Originally Posted by riise View Post
    The first thing I ate when I landed in Amsterdam was Erwtensoep - Dutch Split Pea Soup. It was real good, but I am a soup lover I must admit.
    You could pass me a link with the traditional recipe of "Erwtensoep" ... I tried to do it myself, but there are many (too many) versions to understand which is the most traditional
    Last edited by baw; 25-01-19 at 05:39 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacobclear View Post
    Any sauce goes mate
    I'd be curious to know what sauce it is "dead horse"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redknapp69 View Post
    Not sure if you talking about women or food here...................
    Both

    Funny that my gf is a white Canadian girl..... I guess my "experience the women of the world" tour is over

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacobclear View Post
    Why not Australian cuisine CF? What's wrong wrong with you!
    Kangaroo is absolutely delicious. One of my favourite animals to eat. Ranks up there with Bison

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig Forrest View Post
    Kangaroo is absolutely delicious. One of my favourite animals to eat. Ranks up there with Bison
    You do not have to write certain things, then I feel like kangaroo (... that I've never eaten)

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    Kangaroo is great - I've eaten Dingo and Emu as well. I wonder what bison is like

    Baw dead horse is what we call sauce because it rhymes

    Examples

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacobclear View Post
    Cook one sausage and some onion

    Put on bread (onion on top) and fold, put on a generous amount of "dead horse" or sauce and you have a sanga or snag sambo. A true Australian classic

    Should look like this

    https://www.google.com/search?safe=s...D_XK18G1mm7eM:

    Meringue + thick cream and fresh fruit + berries = pavlova
    Or a sausage sandwich. As it's known here. Sauce of your choice. Brown is the usual offering.

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    Stoofvlees. Belgian stew. It's bloody lovely. Easy to make as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dermotron View Post
    20 large potatoes (peeled)
    300g of beef dripping
    Salt

    Pre-heat the over to 210C. Anyone looking for fahrenheit temps can foxtrot oscar.
    Add the beef dripping to a deep roasting tray that will fit the potatoes.
    Par boil the potatoes for 5 minutes.
    Remove, drain and set aside for 10 minutes (to allow as much steam and moisture dissipate as possible).
    Shake the pot the potatoes are in so the edges get a little bashed
    Add the potatoes to the beef dripping and salt.
    Turn after 20 minutes and salt the otherside.
    Turn the potatoes ever 20 minutes for about 120 minutes in total.
    It's not exact but they could need extra on each side if you want them darker/crispier etc.

    These ones were only 80 minutes due to over par boiling

    You added rosemary. When do you put that on? At the beginning?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacobclear View Post
    Kangaroo is great - I've eaten Dingo and Emu as well. I wonder what bison is like

    Baw dead horse is what we call sauce because it rhymes

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    OK mate, now I understand

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    Quote Originally Posted by trunky View Post
    You added rosemary. When do you put that on? At the beginning?
    With about 10 minutes to go otherwise it burns

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    Baw - I've no idea if this is traditional but it is now. Get a portion of thick cut chips (fries) and cover in grated red cheddar, crispy bacon pieces and garlic mayonnaise


    Also, take a half baguette and fill with mayonnaise and lettuce. Then take a breaded chicken fillet, dice it up and add to the baguette also. Top with grated cheddar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dermotron View Post
    Baw - I've no idea if this is traditional but it is now. Get a portion of thick cut chips (fries) and cover in grated red cheddar, crispy bacon pieces and garlic mayonnaise


    Also, take a half baguette and fill with mayonnaise and lettuce. Then take a breaded chicken fillet, dice it up and add to the baguette also. Top with grated cheddar.

    Congratulations, you are now part of the Irish construction industry
    It looks delicious ... even if my cholesterol is slapping me just because I'm reading the recipe

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    Mmm food. Here's some Norwegian style proper dinner. Takes a few hours to get it right, but man oh man this is delicious.

    Meat from deer or elk / moose (all game meat will do) and lots of vegetables in a lovely sauce. Yum.


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    Would Bay Leaf be common in Norwegian food or is that just a generic image?

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    Commonly used in food. It's not part of the Norwegian Flora though, we import it.

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    There's a Native dish here that's a very similar style of moose stew.... delicious

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    Quote Originally Posted by JLa View Post
    Mmm food. Here's some Norwegian style proper dinner. Takes a few hours to get it right, but man oh man this is delicious.

    Meat from deer or elk / moose (all game meat will do) and lots of vegetables in a lovely sauce. Yum.
    JLA I love you SO much, but where do I find the meat of elk or American moose in Italy?
    ... however, it is excellent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baw View Post
    JLA I love you SO much, but where do I find the meat of elk or American moose in Italy?
    ... however, it is excellent.
    Elk might be difficult But you can use all sorts of game meat. You have deer, right? That will be superb!

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