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The (Gm's Good Eats) Food Thread !!!

Discussion in 'Safety valve' started by iluvendo, Aug 18, 2008.

  1. greensman

    greensman Regular member

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    Only for the health conscious!!! LOL

    binks thanks for dropping by "my" thread.... ROFL.. :p

    ....gm
     
  2. iluvendo

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    Trout marinated in Italian dressing overnight, grilled to perfection !
     
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  3. greensman

    greensman Regular member

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    Only for the city boy!!! :p

    How bout catching them out of the stream and fresh cooking some natural goodness. :) I've done that and it's great... Fresh trout, eggs, toast, hashbrowns, and some grits if you dare. :D

    ....gm
     
  4. Icanbe

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    I've got ten pounds of rainbow in the freezer right now, going to have to thaw those babies out this weekend and give that a try also.
     
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    7thsinger Regular member

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    I do dare GM...originally being from the South i've dined on such lovelies as you have mentioned. Including the grits!
     
  6. abuzar1

    abuzar1 Senior member

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    Doesn't medium rare mean it's not fully cooked?
     
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    No, it just means that you didn't cook it TOO LONG.
     
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    I don't know man, it looks red in the center.

    We cook it till it's nice and brown and surrounded by spices and curry ;)
     
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    If that is how you like it, then by all means continue on. As long as you are enjoying eating it doesn't matter how others like theirs prepared. It is all a matter of preference, I just tend to think that the meat loses its natural tenderness and juices once you get past a certain point. That point to me is not much more than medium.
     
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    So does it taste like blood and stuff?
     
  11. greensman

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    here here!!! VERY well said. :D

    Nothing wrong with that either. :) As long as it's moist and yummy it'll do just fine. :) Boozer we are talking about beef and it's ok to eat it NOT well done as long as the "packer" can be trusted and your religious beliefs don't interfere with the preparation of the meat. ;) Hope that makes some sense.... lol.

    ....gm
     
  12. abuzar1

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    I'm not hindu so I'm fine with beef. As long as the blood is drained.

    We cant eat pork and stuff though.
     
  13. greensman

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    Even raw meat doesn't taste like blood. ;) It has that meat taste but only more chewy. ;) Remember an animal is "bled" for a certain amount of time before they butcher it... Gets rid of that blood you're asking about. :)

    Man that was a bloody conversation..... hehehe. :p

    ...gm
     
  14. ferguj1

    ferguj1 Regular member

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    To be honest as long as you are eating beef that is great with me. The more you eat the more you help me pay the bills. So fix it how you like and eat on. :)
     
  15. abuzar1

    abuzar1 Senior member

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    lol Do you raise beef?
     
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    I have a few cows.
     
  17. abuzar1

    abuzar1 Senior member

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    Cool.

    We mostly own Water Buffalo, camels and goats. Also a few cows, maybe like 30. That's in Pakistan though.

    I'm trying to raise my own quail here in Florida. yummy.

    I might have to go deer hunting one of these days...
     
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    no not at all it has much more favor cooked medium rare or medium compared to well done, IMO cooking a steak well done ruins it(makes it dry and tough and cooks the favor out of it). might as well eat shoe leather lol
     
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    NOT quite what I was looking for but work it will.... :D

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    Love it Lp531 would!! :D

    ...gm
     
  20. Icanbe

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    I agree a 1000 percent, a rare to medium rare steak is much tastier and moist, After that you may as well give it to the dog. LOL
     
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