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Funko
14-09-2006, 09:04:04
Venom sent me these pictures of him making himself a little snack, the kind of thing he has when watching a bit of TV before dinner.

http://www.muf.me.uk/files/snack/1.jpg
http://www.muf.me.uk/files/snack/2.jpg
http://www.muf.me.uk/files/snack/3.jpg
http://www.muf.me.uk/files/snack/4.jpg
http://www.muf.me.uk/files/snack/5.jpg
http://www.muf.me.uk/files/snack/6.jpg
http://www.muf.me.uk/files/snack/7.jpg

Drekkus
14-09-2006, 09:11:01
:lol:

damn, I'm hungry now!!

maroule
14-09-2006, 09:30:01
doesn't that belong to the American food thread?

it's all there, from the ingredients to the philosophy (more is better)

Drekkus
14-09-2006, 09:39:24
I really do want one of those.

maroule
14-09-2006, 09:42:36
it's not difficult to do, so knock yourself out

Fistandantilus
14-09-2006, 09:43:36
Three types of carbohidrates (pizza's base, potatoes, bread) in the same dish are just a bit too much. You never find those kind of 'duplicates' in italian food. But maybe it tastes good..

Drekkus
14-09-2006, 09:43:51
I will try for one the weekend after this one.

MattHiggs
14-09-2006, 09:45:24
That looks amazing!

I forgot my dinner for work today - you cruel bastards!

Funko
14-09-2006, 09:49:27
I bet you can't eat the whole thing Drekkus.

Fistandantilus
14-09-2006, 09:49:34
Originally posted by Drekkus
I will try for one the weekend after this one.

May I suggest a bottle of Oerdin's scumpy to accompain that?

maroule
14-09-2006, 09:52:47
Originally posted by Funko
I bet you can't eat the whole thing Drekkus.


you think he's going to fall for that? so that you come with a little chocolate at the end?

Funko
14-09-2006, 10:01:17
It's wafer thin.

Drekkus
14-09-2006, 10:10:13
Originally posted by Funko
I bet you can't eat the whole thing Drekkus. let's try

Tizzy
14-09-2006, 10:11:52
Lets not

Funko
14-09-2006, 10:12:30
My favourite bit is the little bit of unmelted cheese on top, they obviously saved some for decoration.

Drekkus
14-09-2006, 10:17:20
:lol: Hadn't even seen that. I don't want that, I hate unmelted cheese.

mr_G
14-09-2006, 10:22:33
Drekkus the cook..................................now that's funny.

I really think steven segal is a more realistic cook in his triple A movie

mr_G
14-09-2006, 10:23:37
now that's not a nice thing to say about your friends........jesjes it isn't


he makes pretty nice broodje spek meej emmelulliesaus tho

Fistandantilus
14-09-2006, 10:27:12
:lol:

Besides, the civ2 weekend is the perfect time to make Drekkus a plaesant surprise and welcome him with that 'thing'.

That would make a good guest of you, mrG.

mr_G
14-09-2006, 10:30:48
nonono we already have a pretty good menu for the civ2 weekend.

we will eat things that take less then a minute to cook/heat....yum yum

Drekkus
14-09-2006, 10:32:03
I only want that one now. You have all the ingredients right outside your door.

MoSe
14-09-2006, 10:35:27
Originally posted by Fistandantilus
Three types of carbohidrates (pizza's base, potatoes, bread) in the same dish are just a bit too much. You never find those kind of 'duplicates' in italian food. But maybe it tastes good..

not to mention putting more ham ON TOP of the burgers upper lid!
:lol:
priceless

MoSe
14-09-2006, 10:37:14
BTW Fist, there's a pizzeria on the navigli in Milan where you can have pizza with a real spaghetti alla carbonara on top of it, and another one with pasta e fagioli!
:eek:

Fistandantilus
14-09-2006, 11:10:04
Yeah, but I don't consider that italian food :p

That reminds me of when I went to Budapest several years ago.

First day we go to a restaurant and "cotoletta alla milanese" is right there on the menu along with other dishes we really don't even know how to pronounce them.
My friend: "Hey we can't go wrong with that, it's really easy to make, and it can't be bad!"
So we order it and what the waitress brings us is spaghetti filled with ketchup and all sort of vegetables on them.
Me: "Sorry there must be something wrong here, we ordered a 'cotoletta' but I don't even see the meat here".
It turns out that there indeed was a cotoletta buried beneath the spaghetti. (I don't even want to mention the fact that those spaghetti were sliced to an extent they were like 4 cm long but the meat was not bad)

Second day we take my suggestion aka eat something local.
We let the waitress choose for us (different restaurant btw) and we are now in front of some sort of cup filled with ketchup. There is meat (I think lamb) in there, but there is so much ketchup that you literally have to 'go fishing' with the fork to recover the small pieces drowned in the red sea of tomato sauce.
To be fair it wasn't bad but then we see the waitress hurry to us with a 0.33l bottle of ketchup and say something like "sorry, I forgot, just in case you need some more"
I think I looked at her with a "Ok, I got it, I'm on candid camera, right?" expression.

Third day we went to McDonald.

Funko
14-09-2006, 11:24:15
Wow... we had really great food in Budapest.

MoSe
14-09-2006, 11:26:10
:lol:

the soup could have been "Gazpoulash" :lol:

Venom
14-09-2006, 11:51:31
It was delicious too. Although now I have this pain in my chest and left arm.

Nills Lagerbaak
14-09-2006, 11:52:01
Originally posted by Funko
Wow... we had really great food in Budapest.

ditto, best food in Europe I reckon (price, quality and consistency taken into account!)

Scabrous Birdseed
14-09-2006, 12:30:14
Fist, you buffoon, what do you expect? Try to find where the locals eat an what they pick next time, will ya?

It's your kind of attitude that causes all of the tourist rip-off places. :rolleyes:

Funko
14-09-2006, 12:31:48
And if in doubt, have goulash.

Japher
14-09-2006, 12:53:51
looks good

maroule
14-09-2006, 12:56:38
Originally posted by Scabrous Birdseed
It's your kind of attitude that causes all of the tourist rip-off places. :rolleyes:

so what? even better, tourists all go one way, and there are still plenty of other places to go to

MoSe
14-09-2006, 13:02:01
that's an idea.... we could open a Ripov Restaurant in Moscow....

Scabrous Birdseed
14-09-2006, 13:12:20
Because the quality of food in general is decreased.

Because people get ripped of and that, by principle, is a bad thing, bad for the country and for the world.

Because it decreases the selection of good restaurants, especially in central areas.

Because it destroys whole neighbourhoods and towns.

Because it kills off less "flashy" but better places (the selection of old-fashioned working-class food places in Budapest has dwindled to a dozen or so good ones from hundreds just 15 years ago, replaced by tourist traps, chinese and turkish food).

Because it supports a view of tourism that's all about cheesy folk festivals, tourist ghettoes and souvenir tat rather than actually trying to see and understand a country.

Because, as a consequence, when I go abroad as a tourist it's often hard to find what I want to see.

Because, in the same vein, it gets more difficult to find genuine places to eat as a tourist.

Venom
14-09-2006, 13:15:30
Everyone is just ruining everything for you, aren't they?

Fistandantilus
14-09-2006, 13:19:46
Originally posted by Scabrous Birdseed
Fist, you buffoon, what do you expect? Try to find where the locals eat an what they pick next time, will ya?

It's your kind of attitude that causes all of the tourist rip-off places. :rolleyes:

Well, it was more than 10 years ago, we were a bunch of 18 and didn't really care that much about food :D

We rented a flat for two weeks in the Nepstadion area, which IIRC is far from the centre and our attitude was like: "hey, look, a restaurant, I'm hungry, go eat something".

If I were to go to Budapest now it'd be a different story, but we had a great time nevertheless :)

Scabrous Birdseed
14-09-2006, 13:22:27
Originally posted by Venom
Everyone is just ruining everything for you, aren't they?

Yes. They all have it in for me! It's obvious! Otherwise I'd be wildly successful, because of course I'm sooo talented.

Oerdin
14-09-2006, 16:07:05
Originally posted by Fistandantilus
May I suggest a bottle of Oerdin's scumpy to accompain that?

:b:

It will be ready on Nov 1st. Can hardly wait.

Ginfizwithatwist
14-09-2006, 16:34:30
I guess that was one of your "light" snacks then?- I 'm not surprised you got chest pain after - more like there's blood in your cholesterol than vice versa :D
can honestly say i've never quite seen any thing so hideous! bet it tasted all right though, and BTW- that looked suspiciously like tomato yoghurt from the packaging :clueless:

*End Is Forever*
14-09-2006, 16:36:00
Danish tomato sauce? What is the world coming to...?

Japher
14-09-2006, 19:58:42
It would be nice to have a side of nacho cheese sauce to dip that in

JM^3
14-09-2006, 20:03:36
I didn't realise it was a joke until the burgers wree put in.

JKM

Japher
14-09-2006, 20:11:33
fries on a pizza sounds appetizing

Qaj the Fuzzy Love Worm
14-09-2006, 20:12:42
Evidence that Aussies make the best pizzas.

Funko
15-09-2006, 08:01:37
Originally posted by JM^3
I didn't realise it was a joke until the burgers wree put in.

JKM

what do you mean a joke?

mr_G
15-09-2006, 08:28:25
don't make fun of elo's mum

Venom
15-09-2006, 11:44:50
Next time I may have to try putting donuts on there. Just for the hell of it.

Tizzy
15-09-2006, 11:48:27
Nah, use the doughnuts as the base for the dessert instead.

King_Ghidra
15-09-2006, 12:40:41
I was thinking they should have addd some chicken wings to the mix

Japher
15-09-2006, 12:41:40
naw, the bones would get stuck in your throat

Funko
15-09-2006, 12:42:27
What about nuggets then?

Funko
15-09-2006, 12:42:57
I think there's potential to make the first layer of sauce out of chilli.

Japher
15-09-2006, 12:45:02
chili is a great idea!

Fistandantilus
15-09-2006, 12:52:41
What about some curry?

Funko
15-09-2006, 12:53:19
Curry is awesome but it doesn't go with this kind of very American dish I don't think.

JM^3
15-09-2006, 12:56:05
I want to see someone try it

and post about the results...

how many calories is the OP? 5000? 6000?

JM

Venom
15-09-2006, 13:03:47
4827 per serving. 2 servings.

mr_G
15-09-2006, 13:06:54
hey i know that number

Funko
15-09-2006, 13:08:05
Do you know 75621?

JM^3
15-09-2006, 13:09:58
Why is 6 afraid of 7? Because 7 ate 9.

JM

Venom
15-09-2006, 13:14:43
That joke is worse than the "I just flew in..." joke.

JM^3
15-09-2006, 13:23:48
I bet someone on here chuckled..

Of course, that doesn't mean it was a good joke.

jon Miller
(I was going to list the peopel who might chuckle.. but when it got greater than 2 I gave up)

Funko
15-09-2006, 13:24:19
:lol:

Tizzy
15-09-2006, 13:48:41
I don't know why you think you're not good at posting, JM

Fistandantilus
15-09-2006, 14:25:29
Originally posted by JM^3
I bet someone on here chuckled..

Of course, that doesn't mean it was a good joke.

jon Miller
(I was going to list the peopel who might chuckle.. but when it got greater than 2 I gave up)

:lol: