What the f uck are you having for Dinner thread..

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  1. Sweats.

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    So tell us all what your planning on making for dinner... Unless your berbs & Math who can post what theirs mums are making for them.. or in Erics case what his bird is making him.

    Perhaps you have some rather nice recipes you'd like to share with everyone... Or perhaps if you are a bit of a sad loner tell us what microwave meal turns you on the most...

    Or if you have no idea what THE **** to make for dinner you can post what limited ingredients you have and our resident chefs ala Rusholme Ruffian & Tunns can advise you on what to do with said ingredients 'ready steady cook style'

    If you are all really lucky i may share my homemade black pudding recipe using cats blood instead of pigs... so anyone with a cat problem of them ****ting on your lawn this could be the answer to your prayers.

    Enjoy.. clearly this thread should be stickied <ok>
     
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  2. UIR - Kagawa Powa

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    Cow bacon and gypsie breads butties topped in apple ketchup and rats cheese.
     
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    Send me the cat blood recipe, I hate those ****s. They **** in my herb patch, the Bastards. She's cooking tea tonight, too ****ing right too given I've been hard at it all day. For my part I think I will open, and drink, a bottle of nice Chablis I've got cold in the fridge by way of celebration and relaxation. The sun came out for half an hour earlier so I can tenuously claim it's white wine weather.
     
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    <laugh>

    I'm going to have beef hoola hoops for dinner then for tea I'm going to have 2 bags of beef hoola hoops <ok>
     
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    One for the scousers... <ok>

    Rat Recipe
    Chilied rat paste, garnished with stir fried rat liver

    From a most interesting article by Willard Van De Bogart.

    Ingredients:
    * 1/4 cup fish sauce (nam pla)
    * 4 small rats
    * 1/4 cup vegetable oil
    * 1-1/2 cups of dried red chili peppers
    * 4 long green peppers
    * 8 large bay leaves
    * 1/2 cup holy basil leaf
    * 1 tablespoon salt
    * 4 chopped garlic cloves

    Initial Preparation:
    * With a mortar and pestle place the 1-1/2 cups of dried red chili peppers, and begin to mash until a red paste is achieved. Add a tablespoon of water to make moist.
    * Chop garlic cloves.
    * Place bay leaves in a small bowl of water. Roll two bay leaves at a time and then thinly shred and place in dry dish. Do for all 8 leaves - two at a time.
    * Place holy basil leaves in a small bowl of water.
    * Dice long green peppers. Do small cross sections so look like wheels and place in dry dish.
    * Skin 4 small rats. Clean and place heart and liver in separate bowl.

    Cooking preparations:
    * Place oil in a wok over an open flame and heat
    * Place small rats in a grate, and lightly cook over an open flame on both sides until medium cooked. Do not cook well done.
    * Mix red chili paste with hot oil and stir well.
    * Finely chop rats on a wood chopping block over and over until makes a smooth ground meat texture. Be sure to chop all the bones well.
    * Add chopped rat meat to the red chili paste and oil and stir well.
    * Add diced green peppers and stir well. Let cook for 5 minutes.
    * Add 1/2 tablespoon of salt.
    * Add whole liver and heart and sir in.
    * Add holy basil leaves to mixture and stir in well and let cook for another 5 minutes. Be sure not to burn the chili paste - add a little water if necessary to keep moist but not runny.
    * Add chopped garlic cloves
    * Add shredded bay leaves and stir in and cover and let simmer for 5 minutes or more to let all the flavors mix well.

    Serving:
    Serve ground rat meat on an oval dish with livers and heart on the top. Circle with garnish of basil leaves and halves of lime. Serve with white rice.
     
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    Thai rat curry. Sounds nice, minus the rat. What beer or wine would you recommend with that?
     
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    Indeed could always replace the rat with cat meat.. As to what drink to go with it.... thats a tricky one.. With the rat meat I would envisage a fortified wine would work well such as buckfast tonic.. though probably best to drink at least 2 bottles of it prior to eating...
     
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    Not really loving the food so far. Can we have something that doesn't invole Cats, Rats or Beef Hula Hoops? :eek:
     
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    How dare you luv.. I will wager my rat curry recipe is doing the rounds on your board..

    But feel free to inform us as to what your having for dinner/tea or if you have a particularly delightful signature dish..
     
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    Says the man from the land of seaweed for breakfast! I reckon buckie would go well with the curry but you could consider red thunderbird as an alternative? All this talk of fine wines is making me itch to go for a pint!
     
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    I have no desire for booze what so ever today. Had too many last night.

    As to what I'm having for dinner, will depend on whether I go circuit training tonight. Which I can't be arsed with at all. So tonight I may make my own chicken liver pate..

    Had take out BBQ pizza for lunch..
     
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    Weirdly this thread appears to be a lot more interesting/funny than anything that's been put up in a while!

    I'm a lazy student so I will be going with pizza hut tonight, though when I can be arsed I do like to make different lasagne type dishes.

    Thoughts?
     
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    Clearly it would be more funny and interesting than any of the others... though there isnt much competition..


    Different lasagne (type) dishes????? lasagne is lasagne is it not?? am intrigued as to how you can vary this dish??
     
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    Cut the crap about rats. If its good enough for people in the Far East its good enough for scousers.
     
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    Can use chicken or even do a vegetarian version with spinach which makes for a delightful light lunch.
     
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    Can you make it out of hampsters though ?
     
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    Mousaka is similar in a different type way. Hope that helps.
     
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    Though clearly it is still lasagne...

    My staple diet as a student was tuna and pasta with ketchup...
     
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    sfunny you should mention mousaka, as was thinking of having a go at making one, have only ever eaten it once when we hired a yacht in cyprus for the day and the captain of said yacht cooked a mousaka which i promptly vomited over the side.. sadly have never eaten it since..
     
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    It's ****ing tasty man. Layered aubergine instead of layered lasagne but the sauces are similar as is the content, hence lasagne type! Ta daaa.
     
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