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[#] Fri May 16 2014 11:08:24 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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I wonder if yoghurt goes well on hotdogs.

[#] Fri May 16 2014 13:25:26 EDT from zooer @ Uncensored

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Veggie dogs

[#] Fri May 16 2014 14:09:05 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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Actually I've had pigs-in-blankets made with veggie dogs (my best friend is a vegetarian so things like that happen a lot) -- it was actually pretty good.

[#] Fri May 16 2014 14:58:32 EDT from zooer @ Uncensored

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So no pig?
Was the blanket organically made?


I thought pigs in a blanket was sausage and pancakes.

[#] Sun May 18 2014 19:57:02 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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Heh... 'sausage and panache'.

[#] Mon May 19 2014 09:38:50 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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In the US, pigs-in-blankets are bite size hot dogs wrapped in pastry dough and served as hors d'ouvres, preferably with brown mustard.

[#] Mon May 19 2014 11:47:47 EDT from the_mgt @ Uncensored

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I know them as "Würstchen im Schlafrock", "Sausage in a night gown".



[#] Tue May 20 2014 11:04:16 EDT from zooer @ Uncensored

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In the US, pigs-in-blankets are bite size hot dogs wrapped in pastry

The Ihop disagrees with you.

[#] Tue May 20 2014 11:24:30 EDT from Spiral Architect @ Uncensored

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If GIS is any indication, pigs in a blanket is about 97% wieners in dough as compared to sausages wrapped in pancakes.  I'll eat them either way.



[#] Thu May 22 2014 09:53:16 EDT from Shazam @ Uncensored

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I need ideas on how to make rice yummy. I bought a rice cooker, finally, and I even bought some rice.

[#] Thu May 22 2014 10:12:57 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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I've always enjoyed a nice meal with beans and rice.

[#] Thu May 22 2014 12:36:53 EDT from Spiral Architect @ Uncensored

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Buy quality rice. I prefer basmati (what you typically get at Indian resturaunts).
Adding a cardamon pod (1, whole) can add a nice flavor. I also like to add some oil and salt to the cooking. Most rice cooks at 2:1 water:rice, but basmati cooks at 3:2.

[#] Thu May 22 2014 13:18:54 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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Oh, I agree about basmati. I won't buy any other rice.

[#] Thu May 22 2014 16:48:17 EDT from the_mgt @ Uncensored

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We usually buy jasmin rice, basmati can be a bit too strong. +1 for the cardamom.

We either cook something drowned in coconut milk with some curry, think about the stuff you get in thai restaurants. Beware of the sauces you can buy at china stores, I guess lots of the crabs and seafood stuff they put in them are not kosher. We add lemon grass and coriander, if it was available at the shop, thai basil sometimes.

Or we fry things (mostly fake meat, mock duck/chicken or tofu) with sesame oil and ad vegetables.



[#] Fri May 23 2014 09:43:25 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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If GIS is any indication, pigs in a blanket is about 97% wieners in
dough as compared to sausages wrapped in pancakes.  I'll eat them
either way.

In Soviet Russia, blanket is in pig !!

[#] Fri May 23 2014 14:47:07 EDT from vince-q @ Uncensored

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Rice is best when formed into small "clumps" and served with thin slices of raw fish properly draped over each rice "clump." ;)

[#] Fri May 23 2014 14:59:25 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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Oh, that reminds me of something I enjoyed doing with rice.

I like to have nori sheets, which I can slice into smaller strips. I then use chopsticks to wrap the nori sheet around a ball of rice, maybe dipping the whole thing in a soy sauce or something. It might be an acquired taste, as nori can be rather strong, but worthwhile, as I think its fairly healthy.

[#] Fri May 23 2014 16:22:56 EDT from Spiral Architect @ Uncensored

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And, related, last night I made a rice pilaf in my rice cooker. Toasted some orzo pasta in butter, then added to the rice and cooked with chicken stock instead of water.

[#] Sat May 24 2014 22:22:47 EDT from zooer @ Uncensored

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Seaweed, meh. I guess with rice and soy sauce it would be pretty good. Still like making my own dehydrated
kale.

Rice balls. There are many different variations. Can be made like a meatball but instead of breadcrumbs using
rice. I have had them with the rice was wrapped around the cheese and meat filling and then deep fried.

[#] Wed May 28 2014 22:07:55 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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I just can't get excited about sushi. I like lots of different kinds of foods, but sushi just doesn't do it for me.

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