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What's for dinner?


#888

I´m honestly not sure, if you´re joking or not.

You do know that meatballs are edible, right? As opposed to clamshells?


#889

I’ll tell you a shocking fact: fishes are seldom and chickens are never served boneless in Italian restaurants. Cleaning your food is considered part of the experience, I guess.


#890

Oh, same here. But in that case the edible part is on the outside and they´re usually foods were the sidedishes are seperated on a flat table.

But I also wouldn´t want to…lets say have Chicken Wings in my spaghetti.


#891

Mhm… now that you make me think of it, I’ve never heard about chicken with pasta… strange.


#892

I´m sure it´ll taste fine, but I´d rather cut some stripes of breast into it rather than roll them around a leg or something.:sweat_smile:

But you´re right actually, chicken pasta (Pasta Pollo?) doesn´t sound bad at all!


#893

I’m not joking. You’re talking about it not really being mixed. If you wanted, you could acquire the same flavor if you poured (some of) the cooking liquid into the pasta and served the shellfish separately. The pasta also serves as a heat retainer, but it’s just a particular method of presentation.

Anyway, giant meatballs don’t exactly mix in with pasta.

The typical southern reaction to premade pasta salads with chicken around these parts is closer to “HERESY!!111einz” than “strange.” :rofl:


#894

You know that´s just like…your opinion, man…


#895

What about a spaghetti and meatball sandwich?

I hear that’s AdRock’s favorite.


#896

I´d hit eat that!


#897

Sounds disgusting, but looks surprisingly delicious.


#898

I’d eat it too, but only with knife and fork.


#899

You´re like my dad. He eats everything with knife and fork. Pizza…even chicken wings…


#900
Oh shit...


Well, I don’t really like chicken wings but last time I did use my :raised_hand_with_fingers_splayed:.
But I do eat pizza with knife and fork when at home or in a restaurant.


#901

He did that for the photo, you don´t really expect him to be able to handle silverware, do you? :smirk:

Which coincidentally may be one of the reason he likes Hamberders so much.

At the restaurant I have to use knife and fork for cutting. But at home I don´t even do that because I have this neat thing.

Great invention!

Talking about that I could also post that clip from Cobra where Stallone cuts his Pizza with scissors, but I remember posting that previously.


#902

How do you eat it, with your hands?


#903

After the photo I’d expect him to hand :fork_and_knife: over to an assistant who then feeds him.


#904

Ehm, just to say that I’m not ALWAYS preparing and enjoying fancy meals…

Confession time:
plastic lunch today!


#905

Wow, looks like the most delicious piece of plastic I’ve ever seen. Presentation is king! :slight_smile:.
(And eating plastic is probably good for the environment, too.)


#906

Depends if the :poop: is recyclable


#907

To add something constructive for a change, lo and behold: Dak Dori Tang (spicy Korean chicken stew)!


Followed by freshly made, absolutely non-korean lemon cake.


And in case you’re wondering. Here’s a recipe for the stew. Pretty spicy, so beware. (I substituted the rice wine with regular white wine, and left out the sesame leaves).

And for the cake:
200g sugar
350g flour (I use spelt flour)
1pkg vanilla sugar
1pkg baking powder
4 eggs
250g butter
juice of 3 lemons
zest of 2 lemons

Combine everything except for a bit of the lemon juice, whip and pour into a square cake tin. Bake for 45 to 55 minutes at 160°C in a convection oven. Add powdered sugar into the remaining juice and glaze the cake once it’s out of the form, but still warm.