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Kitsuki
06-02-2006, 16:40:54
On Friday night I went to a house party hosted by a couple of French people, who I didnt know, but had been invited along as part of a big group.

Living room was set out really nicely, with lots of snacks and drinks ready for the taking, so so far so good.

Grabbed myself a tequila (start the night off as I mean to continue) and then notice that alongside the crisps and nuts on the snack tables they had dried cauliflour. To make matters worse, they were dunking it in sour cream.

:vom:

Please explain.

mr_G
06-02-2006, 16:54:06
jesjes it's a normal snack.

King_Ghidra
06-02-2006, 17:07:35
fucking europeans

Nills Lagerbaak
06-02-2006, 17:08:56
Sounds delicious!


Still I think dried magic shrooms make the perfect beer snack.

Kitsuki
06-02-2006, 17:20:05
I'm sure this isnt normal, I went there with a Spaniard and an Italian girl, and I swear Elisa was literally going to hurl. Looked vile...

mr_G
06-02-2006, 17:20:32
I guess you mean just fresh cauliflour?

Lazarus and the Gimp
06-02-2006, 17:31:35
My favourite beer snack is this-

Lightly par-boil some broccoli spears for a couple of minutes.
Wrap each spear in a strip of Parma ham.
Grate a little Parmesan cheese over the lot.
Slam in a hot oven (200 degrees C) for about 7-8 minutes, until the Parma ham is starting to crisp.
Lightly drizzle some olive oil over them.

Eat.

mr_G
06-02-2006, 17:42:54
and BURRRRRRP

chagarra
07-02-2006, 07:54:09
Fried grasshoppers anyone.... :D

Different strokes.

*End Is Forever*
07-02-2006, 10:37:36
Originally posted by Lazarus and the Gimp
My favourite beer snack is this-

Lightly par-boil some broccoli spears for a couple of minutes.
Wrap each spear in a strip of Parma ham.
Grate a little Parmesan cheese over the lot.
Slam in a hot oven (200 degrees C) for about 7-8 minutes, until the Parma ham is starting to crisp.
Lightly drizzle some olive oil over them.

Eat.

Sounds delicious, if you leave out the broccoli.

Funko
09-02-2006, 09:13:13
Dried cauliflower... sounds interesting.


So, did you actually spew Kitsuki?

Kitsuki
09-02-2006, 09:43:11
No, I restrained myself.... :lol:

Sour cream + tequila + tequila doesnt sound like the most pleasant mixture, and I wouldnt want to see someone bring that back up....

Provost Harrison
09-02-2006, 11:56:30
Double helping of tequila then? :D

MoSe
13-02-2006, 16:27:01
ever tried deep-fried sage leaves?
original and delicious!

btw, what age is Elisa?
youngsters are totally out of touch with their countries' tradition, and conservative enough deep inside to be rather squeamish about any food novelty.

more classic would be celery stalks with gorgonzola

Oerdin
13-02-2006, 17:08:32
Never heard of dried cauliflour but here it is common for people to have fresh cailiflour, broccoli, and carrots as a finger food at parties. You dunk them in ranch dressing.

Drekkus
14-02-2006, 14:05:46
Maybe it's my personal situation, but I don't understand why there's no drink nipple copy cat.

mr_G
14-02-2006, 14:11:53
yaaaay shame on that Ghidra boy.

King_Ghidra
14-02-2006, 14:12:33
:(