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Old 02-19-2018, 04:23 PM   #73963
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*raises hand* you guys are my kinda people!
I make a good homemade Pho! And not Thai but I'd love for you guys to taste my pork egg rolls. Seriously blows Chinese food restaurant ones out of the water. Anyone who's ever tasted them has said as much.

We are gonna have so much fun.......
Charlene the egg rolls sound pretty darn good. Y'know, on this subject, we all should recruit Stan "Guardrail53" to RVMdom. Heck he lives there! Jira and her mom Mai (sp) could probably cook up a Thai storm.

Oh, and I could then pass him the mop and bucket. I've been scrubbing for a couple weeks or so now. Gettin' blisters.
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Old 02-19-2018, 04:45 PM   #73964
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We’ll make a batch of good ol German raw burger at The Michigan GC. Yahall will think you died and went to Heaven. They alway serve it at the mountain oyster fries as a appetizer.
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Old 02-19-2018, 04:56 PM   #73965
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We’ll make a batch of good ol German raw burger at The Michigan GC. Yahall will think you died and went to Heaven. They alway serve it at the mountain oyster fries as a appetizer.
Leroy, what's in German raw burger?

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Charlene the egg rolls sound pretty darn good. Y'know, on this subject, we all should recruit Stan "Guardrail53" to RVMdom. Heck he lives there! Jira and her mom Mai (sp) could probably cook up a Thai storm.

Oh, and I could then pass him the mop and bucket. I've been scrubbing for a couple weeks or so now. Gettin' blisters.
I second the motion to invite Rail! But, is he ever back in the states?
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We’ll make a batch of good ol German raw burger at The Michigan GC. Yahall will think you died and went to Heaven. They alway serve it at the mountain oyster fries as a appetizer.
German Raw burger? I think there must be something in Portugal about that, too. Because my maternal grandma would eat a spiced raw hamburger dish.
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I second the motion to invite Rail! But, is he ever back in the states?
Yes, he was here last August for Goooodmorning M&G #1 with Jira and Mai.

His son lives not far from you in Decatur area and looks after Mona (the coach).

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Yes, he was here last August for Goooodmorning M&G #1 with Jira and Mai.

His son lives not far from you in Decatur area and looks after Mona (the coach).

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Okay awesome! Yeah there's a couple of folks, mutants & gmg-ers who are relatively close.

Plus, as the weather heats up, many folks will be making their watt back up north!
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We’ll make a batch of good ol German raw burger at The Michigan GC. Yahall will think you died and went to Heaven. They alway serve it at the mountain oyster fries as a appetizer.


If the raw burger is as goodly as twas in Wright County MN during Fall butcherin week, you'll need a pastle of it!
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It is called raw burger, or spiced burger or even prepared burger. You need lean ground beef, or grind up sirloin or round steak. Then add diced onions and garlic. A little jalapeño if you want some spice. Sea salt and black pepper to taste. It’s usually served on saltine crackers. A fleck or two of ghost pepper on top and omg.
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It is called raw burger, or spiced burger or even prepared burger. You need lean ground beef, or grind up sirloin or round steak. Then add diced onions and garlic. A little jalapeño if you want some spice. Sea salt and black pepper to taste. It’s usually served on saltine crackers. A fleck or two of ghost pepper on top and omg.


That's about perfect!
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That's about perfect!


We call it Steak Tartare. I used to just add some Worcestershire sauce & salt to a little raw meat, form it into a ball, & pop it straight into my mouth while I was making burgers. It was my personal treat.

Now, of course, we have to be warned against consuming raw or undercooked meat, eggs, & fish.

Didja ever eat salmon well done? Dry! And where would we be w/o eggnog at the holidays?

Yes, risky, this eating business.
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We call it Steak Tartare. I used to just add some Worcestershire sauce & salt to a little raw meat, form it into a ball, & pop it straight into my mouth while I was making burgers. It was my personal treat.

Now, of course, we have to be warned against consuming raw or undercooked meat, eggs, & fish.

Didja ever eat salmon well done? Dry! And where would we be w/o eggnog at the holidays?

Yes, risky, this eating business.


After the butcherin we went to the pub with a big bowl of it. Many beers came our way as we walked that magic raw around the house!
Salmon well-done? Nope. Sashimi is much preferred, and only Wild caught salmon!
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Never had the Mt. Oysters in chowder but fried in cast iron they tast like tenderloin. I didn't know what they were till after I'd almost finished my first plateful, I still enjoyed a second plate. Prepare properly they're tasty.
Now I know what is wrong with you.

So let's try sushi sometime.

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That sounds delish!

Any of you mutants regularly shop Asian grocery stores?

Charlene
Not regularly but when I want sushi, sashimi, fresh vegetable/shrimp/pork spring roles. Did you know that if you purchase store salmon or tuna that you can freeze it at -4 degrees for 1 week and then use it as sashimi or in sushi?

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Guys, guys, guys.....
(Insert drum roll, crescendo, big wow!)
Who in RVMdom can make Thai stuff, like soup and the like, for a...
Thai Asian Eat-2-Much dinner at FEGCMI???
Om-Nom!
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After the butcherin we went to the pub with a big bowl of it. Many beers came our way as we walked that magic raw around the house!
Salmon well-done? Nope. Sashimi is much preferred, and only Wild caught salmon!
Come on down, we have plenty of sashimi around town.
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Tom Kai Yom
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Izzat anything like om nom?
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