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i made pork parmesan for a friend's birthday. i had made it once before for just myself to make sure i didn't give anyone trichinosis.


first pount the pork with a fucking hammer.






then dredge it and bread it






then fry it in veggie oil until golden brown




then assemble the pieces in a baking dish with a shitload of cheese, a good sauce, some chopped pork belly and a few veggies for color.








put it in the oven and 450 until the cheese is golden brown and the sauce bubbles then plate it onto of some pasta and next to a veggie of some sort.




no one got sick, it was fucking delicious and i made it again for christmas dinner with my fam.



Pork Parma?

The chicken version is on the menu in just about every pub is Australia generally for about 10 bucks with chips and salad... delicious


thank you for isnpiring what I'm cooking for dinner tonight


and if you don't put on the tomato sauce etc it's just a ...........Schnitzel

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Edit: the last time I messed with mixing random food with an Indian twist, I made potato pancakes, like, shredded potatos, onions, and green beans in a potato pancake. I'll find the flicks tomorrow of that... Shit was good

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Four 1- to 1 1/4-pound lobsters

1/4 cup plus 2 tablespoons mayonnaise

Salt and freshly ground pepper

1/4 cup finely diced celery

2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice

Pinch of cayenne pepper

4 top-split hot dog buns

2 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted

1/2 cup shredded Boston lettuce


Prepare a large ice-water bath. In a very large pot of boiling salted water, cook the lobsters until they turn bright red, about 10 minutes. Using tongs, plunge the lobsters into the ice-water bath for 2 minutes, then drain.

Twist off the lobster tails and claws and remove the meat. Remove and discard the intestinal vein that runs the length of each lobster tail. Cut the lobster meat into 1/2-inch pieces and pat dry, then transfer to a strainer set over a bowl and refrigerate until very cold, at least 1 hour.

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directing people to google in here is fucking stupid.


*because this is a place to discuss cooking, and if someone is not familiar with a certain foodstuff, we don't call it fucking stupid˘ unless we want to make ourselves look like an arrogant asshole.

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Not knowing where to start on making a lobster roll is fucking stupid...but I digress this is your thread and I'm not trying to derail it from the amazing food that get's posted.


The recipe I posted is a good start, the best lobster rolls are simple, prepared using the freshest ingredients and mild seasoning that won't over power the fragile lobster taste.

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that pork parma and spicy indian dish is inspiring

may have to give it a try

recently been on a trader joes kick and their pizzza dough @ $1.50 is whats up

garlic and herb dough

seasoned with tomato sauce mozzarella and some shaven parmesan fresh basil and a cut up tomato




made another with prosciutto and roasted peppers after drunken bar happenings but got no flicks

add alittle oil on the crust and it toasts up nice

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Reduced 150 pounds of tomatoes this weekend and made 15 pounds of meatballs, do this at the end of every summer to freeze.


Oh, and about a gallon of tomatillo salsa.


Getting ready for some fall foods soon.

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that's awesome morton

every year i say i'm going to start canning, and i don't.



but, now that i am basically vegan by default, i've been trying to come up with new foods.

i found this sauce and wow. it's really very delicious.

some copy of a specialty item





Bitchin’ Sauce (Original Flavor)

makes about 2 cups


3/4 c. + 2 tbsp. water

1/2 c. + 2 tbsp. grapeseed oil

1/2 c. raw almonds

1/4 c. + 2 tbsp. lemon juice, fresh

3 tbsp. nutritional yeast

2 cloves garlic

2 tsp. bragg liquid aminos

1/2 tsp. salt

1/2 tsp. cumin

1/2 tsp. chili powder

1/4 tsp. coriander

1/4 tsp. paprika


1. Place all ingredients in a high-powdered blender (such as a VitaMix). Slowly blend for one minute. Turn the dial up to high, and continue to blend for 1-2 minutes or until smooth and creamy.

2. Store in the refrigerator. Sauce may separate. Stir and it’s as good as new.



so, i don;t have much money and seeing the price of grapeseed oil made me think i could do it with olive and canola, and i did. ended up adding about 1/4 cup less water. not as creamy as grapeseed i guess.

and i had to make it in a food processor. worked fine.

i also had to go out and buy nutritional yeast, a new thing for me. interesting stuff though


so far today i've eaten it on a tomato sandwich, overtop leftover pasta and just with crackers. tasty.

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