[QUOTE=petechason2;1189912]Do you have to ejaculate[img]http://gawab.anvtech.com/6.jpg[/img]
This belongs in David Brennan's thread you silly spammer. :p
[QUOTE=petechason2;1189912]Do you have to ejaculate[/QUOTE]
For a foodgasm? Technically, no.
I love breakfast any time of the day, and I really love fried eggs with runny yolks that I can smash all over some bacon with avocado and tomato. Y-um.
[QUOTE=lemontwisst;1189923]For a foodgasm? Technically, no.
I love breakfast any time of the day, and I really love fried eggs with runny yolks that I can smash all over some [B]bacon with avocado and tomato. Y-um.[/B][/QUOTE]
One of my favorite combos!
I made a bacon, avocado, and tomato omelette today(fresh duck eggs)... sploshed with a couple of good dabs of mexican crema.
Soooooooooo good! :cool:
And yes, it's good for any meal.
[QUOTE=KotikBegemotik;1189816]Joanie, I've been craving a good juicy burger. Where do you get yours?[/QUOTE]
I had purchased 30 lbs of NZ grass fed/finished angus flank steaks. They're really delicious, but ground for burgers, they were proving too lean even for me. So I bought some pet burger from US Wellness - it's a combination of fatty ground beef (65/35), ground liver, and ground heart; the organs make up 10% of total weight. So now, I'm doing a 5:1 or 4:1 mix of ground flank steak and pet burger. Yum.
As a note, if you're a first time US Wellness customer, google "US Wellness coupon code" before you purchase to help take the bite out of their prices. I think SPRING13 will work until May 31st. Once you're a customer, they'll send you codes as they create them.
Oh, and I grind in the dinkiest of food processors, so no hefty equipment required. :)
I love a burger topped with aioli, a fried egg and kimchi.
Oh dear... a burger with an egg, avocado and bacon would probably be amazing.
Mashed turnip with LOTS of pepper and 25-50g of salted kerrygold slowly melting in. Mmmm! :D
Also, making "lamb cracklings" out of NZ chump chop fat. :p
[QUOTE=GiGiEats;1188138]Salmon skin. Salmon skin. Salmon skin![/QUOTE]
Ew - to each his/her own, I guess.
Seared scallops with tomato jam
..and in the non-primal arena Creme brulee or any other custard for that matter
Lynna, foie gras is too good. Foie gras with some grapes on the side. Some wine...
I found a restaurant just about a block from my new house that serves kangaroo tartare. Oh, that was yummy.