Author Topic: What kind of meat (or cheese) is it?  (Read 17883 times)

June 11, 2020, 06:19 AM
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Today, I'm presenting another recipe.
There is no doubt aa1234779 and shadow.97 are going to identify the vegetables pretty easily. However, I'm not sure that you can put a name on the meat. What you see is nothing else than a slice of red tuna. Normally, you are drinking some white wine with fish, except when it is tuna. That's why a good bottle of red wine, a Crozes-Hermitage, was needed to accompany such a dish.


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June 11, 2020, 09:37 AM
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In all likelihood, shadow.97 or Maher are not going to be able to guess what kind of meat it is in the previous message. That's why I put the answer above.


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June 11, 2020, 02:33 PM
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Tonight, I'm going to show you another recipe. First and foremost, it's time to let the users of the forum analyze the photo below.

What you see here is really exceptional and I assume most users are aware of that. The meat is a lamb chop. It is not overcooked. With this, aa1234779 and shadow. 97 have certainly noticed the potatoes. I peeled them and cut them in order to do a "gratin dauphinois". The quality of the photos taken with the Honor 9 lite are not very good and I wouldn't be surprised if some of you were seeing some nuggets instead of a gratin dauphinois. Of course, with such a delicious meal, a Côtes-du-Rhône noted for its full-bodied, velvety style is a sheer necessity.
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June 12, 2020, 04:45 AM
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Note that I added comments in the previous message.

June 12, 2020, 01:06 PM
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Tonight, I'm going to present another recipe.
Look at the photo below. I guess that humbert and shadow.97 know the name of this dish.
You can also pay attention to the bottle of red wine and seek its origin.


June 12, 2020, 05:18 PM
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Tonight, I'm going to present another recipe.
Look at the photo below. I guess that humbert and shadow.97 know the name of this dish.
You can also pay attention to the bottle of red wine and seek its origin.


That is 100% a combination I could never in my life expect.

Chicken(?) and clams on the same plate??

I've never had those clam-things. Are they even called that?

The only time I put one on my plate was during christmas, when my uncle had brought them to the christmas buffé.
I tried to get one in myself for the longest time, but the longer i waited the more disturbed i got by its appearance.

I've heard that its really delicious, but sadly I don't think i'll eat it in the next 5 years atleast.

Also, are those Crayfish?
I do like shrimps quite a bit, but I often find them overpowering in dishes.

Anyway!
I'd love to try that dish, no clue what it is, but if this was on a buffé I'd likely just take a crayfish or two, and then just lots of rice and peas.



The last days I had batch (home)made pasta sallad containing the following:
Creme freich, mozarella, fresh pasta, red onion, garlic, olives, sundried tomato, tuna in brine and baby leaf mix.
It lasted 4 days for both breakfast and last night food. At noon I had bread with cheese mostly.
Normally I'd just have it for dinner, but due to not understanding just how much food I made, I felt like I had to eat it all somewhat rapidly as it would get spoiled otherwise.

June 13, 2020, 05:33 AM
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To put it bluntly, I'm a bit puzzled by the answer of humbert, because I assumed he would know this recipe.
Maybe some of you recognized this dish originating in southern Europe: nowadays the paella is known as the national dish of Spain.
What you see here is not a mere paella: I ordered it from the deli and it was a delicious paella.
Hopefully, you have recognized some ingredients in the paella: curried rice, a piece of chicken, some mussels (those are not clams), shrimps and gambas...
If you are Muslim, chances are you don't eat paellas very often, since a paella traditionally contains slices of chorizo (ie pork meat coming from Spain).

June 13, 2020, 01:11 PM
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Tomorrow, I'm going to try to present another recipe.
You can already see here the next casualty: a piece of Reblochon.


June 14, 2020, 09:50 PM
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To put it bluntly, I'm a bit puzzled by the answer of humbert, because I assumed he would know this recipe.

I eat pretty much the same thing every day. Cereal for breakfast, tuna & crackers for lunch, rice and frozen meals for dinner. I don't have the time nor the patience to cook a meal, plus it's just not practical.

June 17, 2020, 01:15 PM
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I eat pretty much the same thing every day. Cereal for breakfast, tuna & crackers for lunch, rice and frozen meals for dinner. I don't have the time nor the patience to cook a meal, plus it's just not practical.
I didn't expect you to cook a paella every week, but I was pretty sure you would know the word "paella". Or maybe the photo I took didn't look like a paella. Those who have been to Spain know that the sentences need to survive other there are "Quiero comer una paella" and "Quiero una jarra de agua fría y rebanadas de naranja".