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Re: Food thread

Post by fisherman » 22 Oct 2018, 03:28

johnsmith wrote:
fisherman wrote:
DonDeeHippy wrote:nope yogurt is definitely a Indian word derived from Yoga and they used to drink it after a injury hence yoga & hurt = yogurt
It's true sorry to say:purple

Very stupid. It's a Turkish word -- yoğurt. We can bet €50 if you'd like. Bulgaria was at the time part of the Ottoman Empire. So they ate our milk and called it yogurt. Nothing to do with India. Indians never invented anything besides public defecation. Yes. Indians shit in their rivers, and on their streets.

Google: INDIA PUBLIC DEFECATION


:grn

he was yanking your chain


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Re: Food thread

Post by pinkeye » 22 Oct 2018, 01:33

DonDeeHippy wrote:nope yogurt is definitely a Indian word derived from Yoga and they used to drink it after a injury hence yoga & hurt = yogurt
It's true sorry to say:purple



:bgrin :bgrin that is funny :thumb

Re: Food thread

Post by dissilymordentroge » 21 Oct 2018, 20:44

HBS Guy wrote:Something, not sure what, but something is telling me dissy went to a nun school and did not like the experience. Me too.

No, I escaped that but was exposed to enough of Rome’s doings behind the scenes when studying the pipe organ for 11 years at a Catholic cathedral.

Re: Food thread

Post by johnsmith » 21 Oct 2018, 17:37

Texan wrote:I had beef fajitas last night. Sizzling steak strips, with pico de gallo, guacamole, refried beans, rice, cheddar cheese, grilled onions and peppers, all inside hot buttered flour tortillas. Nothing beats Tex-mex, but steak and potato is a close 2nd.



making me hungry just reading it. I love mex .

Re: Food thread

Post by johnsmith » 21 Oct 2018, 17:36

fisherman wrote:
DonDeeHippy wrote:nope yogurt is definitely a Indian word derived from Yoga and they used to drink it after a injury hence yoga & hurt = yogurt
It's true sorry to say:purple

Very stupid. It's a Turkish word -- yoğurt. We can bet €50 if you'd like. Bulgaria was at the time part of the Ottoman Empire. So they ate our milk and called it yogurt. Nothing to do with India. Indians never invented anything besides public defecation. Yes. Indians shit in their rivers, and on their streets.

Google: INDIA PUBLIC DEFECATION


:grn

he was yanking your chain

Re: Food thread

Post by fisherman » 21 Oct 2018, 16:04

DonDeeHippy wrote:nope yogurt is definitely a Indian word derived from Yoga and they used to drink it after a injury hence yoga & hurt = yogurt
It's true sorry to say:purple

Very stupid. It's a Turkish word -- yoğurt. We can bet €50 if you'd like. Bulgaria was at the time part of the Ottoman Empire. So they ate our milk and called it yogurt. Nothing to do with India. Indians never invented anything besides public defecation. Yes. Indians shit in their rivers, and on their streets.

Google: INDIA PUBLIC DEFECATION

Re: Food thread

Post by Aussie » 21 Oct 2018, 15:58

Texan wrote:I had beef fajitas last night. Sizzling steak strips, with pico de gallo, guacamole, refried beans, rice, cheddar cheese, grilled onions and peppers, all inside hot buttered flour tortillas. Nothing beats Tex-mex, but steak and potato is a close 2nd.


Jayzuz.....that'd feed me for a week!

Nothing beats a good T-bone, mashed potatos and peas.

Re: Food thread

Post by Texan » 21 Oct 2018, 15:32

I had beef fajitas last night. Sizzling steak strips, with pico de gallo, guacamole, refried beans, rice, cheddar cheese, grilled onions and peppers, all inside hot buttered flour tortillas. Nothing beats Tex-mex, but steak and potato is a close 2nd.

Re: Food thread

Post by DonDeeHippy » 21 Oct 2018, 12:05

maybe t was something he ate :roll

Re: Food thread

Post by HBS Guy » 21 Oct 2018, 09:54

Something, not sure what, but something is telling me dissy went to a nun school and did not like the experience. Me too.

Re: Food thread

Post by dissilymordentroge » 21 Oct 2018, 08:37

DonDeeHippy wrote:nope yogurt is definitely a Indian word derived from Yoga and they used to drink it after a injury hence yoga & hurt = yogurt
It's true sorry to say:purple

What are you smoking? I want some !

Re: Food thread

Post by johnsmith » 21 Oct 2018, 08:22

:rofl
you're on a roll today Don

Re: Food thread

Post by DonDeeHippy » 21 Oct 2018, 08:17

nope yogurt is definitely a Indian word derived from Yoga and they used to drink it after a injury hence yoga & hurt = yogurt
It's true sorry to say:purple

Re: Food thread

Post by fisherman » 21 Oct 2018, 03:31

pinkeye wrote:
johnsmith wrote:
pinkeye wrote:I see no milk on those DOLMADES


fisherman wrote:. Problem is I'm out of Bulgarian milk (you call it yogurt, we call it just milk, or kiselo mlyako)


the yogurt Pink :hush



Dolmades and Sarmi are he same thing ..... one is the Greek name, the other Romanian/Bulgarian


yeah I figured that out. But that white thing to the left of the Dolmades..? isn't that a poached egg?

Milk. Bulgarian milk, synonyms: sour milk, salty yogurt. Pick one. I'd respect Bulgarian and call it that way.

Re: Food thread

Post by pinkeye » 21 Oct 2018, 03:28

johnsmith wrote:
pinkeye wrote:I see no milk on those DOLMADES


fisherman wrote:. Problem is I'm out of Bulgarian milk (you call it yogurt, we call it just milk, or kiselo mlyako)


the yogurt Pink :hush



Dolmades and Sarmi are he same thing ..... one is the Greek name, the other Romanian/Bulgarian


yeah I figured that out. But that white thing to the left of the Dolmades..? isn't that a poached egg?

Re: Food thread

Post by pinkeye » 21 Oct 2018, 02:40

Iranians are Persians, not Arabs, fool.

Re: Food thread

Post by fisherman » 21 Oct 2018, 02:11

I don't deal with Arabescos.

Re: Food thread

Post by dissilymordentroge » 20 Oct 2018, 15:49

fisherman wrote:
dissilymordentroge wrote:
fisherman wrote:
dissilymordentroge wrote:
fisherman wrote:And talking 'bout eating, I'm just grabbing my lunch. Can you recognize what that is?
(This is the most delicious food on Earth. Homemade too.)

Most delicious food on earth? Depends wether you washed all the sulphur preservative off the grape leaves and what they’re stuffed with, mince lamb with herbs, rice or whatever.
As to making a lunch out of them I’ve always preferred them as an entree or snack. To make a meal out of them is a bit much,

Eat half a bread and you're set. For herbs I just use dust from nuclear fallout sites. Works fine for now.

Not being anywhere near a nuclear fallout site I’ll have to forego the pleasure.

I have a power plant in my backyard. Want some fresh and nice plutonium?

No but I can think of a few Iranians who’d be very interested.

Re: Food thread

Post by fisherman » 20 Oct 2018, 10:12

dissilymordentroge wrote:
fisherman wrote:
dissilymordentroge wrote:
fisherman wrote:And talking 'bout eating, I'm just grabbing my lunch. Can you recognize what that is?
(This is the most delicious food on Earth. Homemade too.)

Most delicious food on earth? Depends wether you washed all the sulphur preservative off the grape leaves and what they’re stuffed with, mince lamb with herbs, rice or whatever.
As to making a lunch out of them I’ve always preferred them as an entree or snack. To make a meal out of them is a bit much,

Eat half a bread and you're set. For herbs I just use dust from nuclear fallout sites. Works fine for now.

Not being anywhere near a nuclear fallout site I’ll have to forego the pleasure.

I have a power plant in my backyard. Want some fresh and nice plutonium?

Re: Food thread

Post by fisherman » 20 Oct 2018, 10:11

johnsmith wrote:
pinkeye wrote:I see no milk on those DOLMADES


fisherman wrote:. Problem is I'm out of Bulgarian milk (you call it yogurt, we call it just milk, or kiselo mlyako)


the yogurt Pink :hush



Dolmades and Sarmi are he same thing ..... one is the Greek name, the other Romanian/Bulgarian

Sarmichki rule this world. True story.

Re: Food thread

Post by dissilymordentroge » 20 Oct 2018, 07:23

fisherman wrote:
dissilymordentroge wrote:
fisherman wrote:And talking 'bout eating, I'm just grabbing my lunch. Can you recognize what that is?
(This is the most delicious food on Earth. Homemade too.)

Most delicious food on earth? Depends wether you washed all the sulphur preservative off the grape leaves and what they’re stuffed with, mince lamb with herbs, rice or whatever.
As to making a lunch out of them I’ve always preferred them as an entree or snack. To make a meal out of them is a bit much,

Eat half a bread and you're set. For herbs I just use dust from nuclear fallout sites. Works fine for now.

Not being anywhere near a nuclear fallout site I’ll have to forego the pleasure.

Re: Food thread

Post by johnsmith » 20 Oct 2018, 07:23

pinkeye wrote:I see no milk on those DOLMADES


fisherman wrote:. Problem is I'm out of Bulgarian milk (you call it yogurt, we call it just milk, or kiselo mlyako)


the yogurt Pink :hush



Dolmades and Sarmi are he same thing ..... one is the Greek name, the other Romanian/Bulgarian

Re: Food thread

Post by fisherman » 20 Oct 2018, 07:03

HBS Guy wrote:Dolmades, falafels and hummus OK as a light meal.

I don’t think much of hummus so usually by a different dip. Don’t think much of the falafels either, dry.


Never tried a falafels, that's even the first time I heard the word. But hummus is insane. I love it. Spicy hummus is king.

Re: Food thread

Post by fisherman » 20 Oct 2018, 06:53

dissilymordentroge wrote:
fisherman wrote:And talking 'bout eating, I'm just grabbing my lunch. Can you recognize what that is?
(This is the most delicious food on Earth. Homemade too.)

Most delicious food on earth? Depends wether you washed all the sulphur preservative off the grape leaves and what they’re stuffed with, mince lamb with herbs, rice or whatever.
As to making a lunch out of them I’ve always preferred them as an entree or snack. To make a meal out of them is a bit much,

Eat half a bread and you're set. For herbs I just use dust from nuclear fallout sites. Works fine for now.

Re: Food thread

Post by HBS Guy » 20 Oct 2018, 05:22

Dolmades, falafels and hummus OK as a light meal.

I don’t think much of hummus so usually buy a different dip. Don’t think much of the falafels either, dry.

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