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[#] Wed Jan 16 2013 07:05:15 EST from fleeb @ Uncensored

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So, no Hitler-prepared seven layer burritos on the horizon.

But, it's safe to let him in your car because otherwise, you might have an existential nightmare, and he can cook blutwurst.

[#] Wed Jan 16 2013 09:34:34 EST from Ladyhawke @ Uncensored

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That anything like grilled blutbot?



[#] Wed Jan 16 2013 18:02:45 EST from dothebart @ Uncensored

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Tue Jan 15 2013 17:43:06 EST from IGnatius T Foobar
Wait a minute, what if I want Hitler to cook dinner for me? I hear he makes an awesome sauerbraten. Also to be noted is that it is difficult to find good Mexican food in Germany, or so I am told by by cousin who spent a year studying there.

yes, you can find it, but you have to search for it.

its simply that turkish food with doener is easily found everywhere, cheap, fast (-er than capitalM), and good.



[#] Tue Jan 29 2013 11:54:14 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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its simply that turkish food with doener is easily found everywhere,
cheap, fast (-er than capitalM), and good.

Doener is not Turkish food. It is a Turkish ripoff of Greek food. What you're eating is a bad imitation of a Gyro.

[#] Wed Jan 30 2013 03:30:37 EST from zooer @ Uncensored

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It should be.

[#] Fri Feb 01 2013 07:28:48 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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Around here the gyros are either lamb or lamb+beef. I occasionally make them myself but I can't seem to get the meat ground finely enough to match the restaurant ones. And of course every local diner has a gyro platter on the menu (I had one just last night in fact) but those are almost always made from IQF slices of who-knows-what that they just throw on the flat top and serve on a pita.

Souvlaki, whenever I've eaten it locally, is your choice of chicken or pork, and even the diners (which here in the northeast are almost always run by Greeks) it's made from scratch because it's so simple. I also make this dish myself, typically on the grill in the summertime.

And of course good tzatziki sauce is good on pretty much anything :)

[#] Tue Jan 29 2013 14:22:54 EST from dothebart @ Uncensored

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Tue Jan 29 2013 11:54:14 EST from IGnatius T Foobar
its simply that turkish food with doener is easily found everywhere,
cheap, fast (-er than capitalM), and good.

Doener is not Turkish food. It is a Turkish ripoff of Greek food. What you're eating is a bad imitation of a Gyro.

well, since many greeks were deported out of the turkey, who knows...

mr. İskender Efendi ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C4%B0skender_Efendi )  living in

Bursa -> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bursa

actualy had the idea to use a a vertical stick.

since the greek stuff is pork most of the time which I prefer not to eat, I end up with the turkish original most of the time ;-P


 



[#] Tue Jan 29 2013 22:00:02 EST from LoanShark @ Uncensored

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or a mixture of lamb and beef. Souvlaki is typically made with either

pork or chicken.

I thought Souvlaki was always lamb?

[#] Fri Feb 01 2013 08:07:24 EST from zooer @ Uncensored

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Since this conversation has been merged I realized it doesn't matter if
gyros or souvlaki are made of chicken, beef or lamb, Hitler was a
vegetarian.

[#] Fri Feb 01 2013 15:13:11 EST from Spell Binder @ Uncensored

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I've never tried making gyros, myself, but it was my understanding that the meat isn't ground. Instead, thin slices of meat are marinated, then layered vertically on a skewer, cooked and basted until done. When needed, pieces of meat are sliced off of the skewer vertically. I don't quite remember, but there's something in the cooking process that causes the layers to bind together so that a vertically-cut slice doesn't fall apart.
Gyro Binder

[#] Fri Feb 01 2013 15:55:16 EST from zooer @ Uncensored

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I believe you are correct sir. I remember a food network show where a
Greek restaurant made them. I think the meat is slice very thin,
laid and stacked on a spindle horizontally. It is slice vertically but
the layers of meat are horizontal.

[#] Fri Feb 01 2013 17:08:01 EST from the_mgt @ Uncensored

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Yes, at least in the Dönerbuden (also the Pita places) they do it like that. Here is an image of our chancelor Mr. Merkel demonstrating the process:

Mr. Merkel making a Döner

URL: http://www.tagesspiegel.de/images/doener13/4656016/5-format43.jpg

The meat in this image is from european politicians who dared to disagree.



[#] Sat Feb 02 2013 07:15:28 EST from fleeb @ Uncensored

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At least it wasn't from this stuff:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u1N6QfuIh0g

[#] Sat Feb 02 2013 09:03:35 EST from zooer @ Uncensored

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okay fleeb. Solent brown is.....!!!!
I liked that he used a finger pointer stick to point to things. Redundancy is important and the
finger pointer on a stick union is kept happy.
Now how many times can that be done? Each time wouldn't it loose nutritional value?

It is sort of funny in a sick not funny sort of way. Considering it was posted on April 10th it makes
me think it was an April Fool's Day joke uploaded after someone saw it elsewhere.

[#] Sat Feb 02 2013 09:07:07 EST from zooer @ Uncensored

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I find it funny how the_mgt makes a comment about making meat out of politicians and fleeb then adds
a comment about meat made from excrement.

I do see the connection between the two subjects.

[#] Sat Feb 02 2013 15:52:38 EST from triLcat @ Uncensored

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That is shawarma.... you all have it wrong!

 



[#] Sat Feb 02 2013 20:30:27 EST from zooer @ Uncensored

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Went to a Greek restaurant this evening, they made their Slovakia with
lamb. BECAUSE IT IS THE RIGHT THING TO DO.

[#] Sun Feb 03 2013 09:12:57 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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You're thinking of a variant called shawarma which is typically prepared that way.  Gyro meat is ground -- quite finely, in fact.  When made at home it is often done in a food processor.  I make my gyro loaf in a food processor and then roast it on a horizontal spit, because I don't have a vertical spit.



[#] Sun Feb 03 2013 17:37:49 EST from triLcat @ Uncensored

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Shawarma is turkey or lamb, slices, on a vertical spit. 

So so yummy.



[#] Mon Feb 04 2013 15:48:06 EST from Spell Binder @ Uncensored

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Looks like it gyro meat can be prepared in either style, shawarma, or ground.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gyro_(food)

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