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    Kachemak Bay oysters, followed by grilled halibut and salmon. Gelato for dessert.

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    Australian Burger! Including beet(root)s, bacon, and fried egg.
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    And American Burgers!
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    I like these better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trebuchet View Post
    And American Burgers!
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    I like these better.
    I am sorry but you are simply wrong - the Australian Burger is obviously far superior (I would have browned the onions a bit more and have used a 'crunchier' bread roll. Plus topped it with tomato sauce {ketchup})

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    Yeah, I usually do get the onions a bit browner than that. There's ketchup on mine in the American version. I put it on the bottom bun before installing the patty. On the Australian one I used A-1, what you'd probably call "Brown Sauce".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trebuchet View Post
    Yeah, I usually do get the onions a bit browner than that. There's ketchup on mine in the American version. I put it on the bottom bun before installing the patty. On the Australian one I used A-1, what you'd probably call "Brown Sauce".
    More commonly generically called Steak Sauce in Oz, same as in the U.S. - I think. The name 'Brown Sauce' is more of an UK thing and looking on-line it is mostly available here from 'British Food Stores'. Of course, there are brand name sauces like HP Sauce, Worcestershire Sauce etc.

    If you put the ketchup on the bottom bun you may not get the necessary spurt of sauce over your shirt as you bite into the burger - surely part of the whole experience.

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    I think I will call this auction day rocket fuel oatmeal, coffee and hot chocolate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ozduck View Post
    More commonly generically called Steak Sauce in Oz, same as in the U.S. - I think. The name 'Brown Sauce' is more of an UK thing and looking on-line it is mostly available here from 'British Food Stores'. Of course, there are brand name sauces like HP Sauce, Worcestershire Sauce etc.
    For what it's worth, "Worcestershire sauce" is not a brand name - that is, it is not a protected trademark.
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    My burger tonight, blue cheese, havarti, pickles, tomatoes, jalapeno aioli, with some bbq sauce.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeanF View Post
    For what it's worth, "Worcestershire sauce" is not a brand name - that is, it is not a protected trademark.
    It's also not the same as "brown sauce" or A-1, being thinner. And anchovier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeanF View Post
    For what it's worth, "Worcestershire sauce" is not a brand name - that is, it is not a protected trademark.
    I had assumed that it was a trademarked name, silly me. I will claim my ignorance is because I don't really like it - the 'anchovier' bit Trebuchet mentions is not to my taste.

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    Macaroni salad, some different kinds of cheeses, pickled onions and green beans, some crackers and a few slices of pepperoni.
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    Bologna and lettuce sandwich, the last small piece of a hash brown dish, a salad of lettuce, pickled hot peppers and cheese with a glass of tomato juice with some pickle fluid of the pickled green beans and hot peppers.
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    I can hardly wait until I get to work where I have Mountain Dew and potato chips waiting for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck View Post
    I can hardly wait until I get to work where I have Mountain Dew and potato chips waiting for me.
    Hopefully nobody eats it on you. Years ago I know this girl whose first boyfriend found chocolate made her happy, so her went out and got three chocolate bars and something else because he was hoping for something. Well one night I was in the grocery store and saw some coffee crisp chocolate bars and picked up three. One night one a shelf in a study room for a joke the next day, I left my books on the shelf. It was also the same night three people were finishing off an observing project, they got hungry and didn't feel like going to a vending machine, there went the joke.
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    I've gotten much more into cooking over the last few years, so I'm always making (or, often trying to make) things. The other night I made salmon, with a warm arugula and potato salad. The potatoes were actually one of those micowavable freezer bag things, but I tossed them in with some garlic, shallots, and bacon and wilted arugula to dress them up.

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    It's 4:45 and I don't know what to do for dinner. Can you teleport some of that over to me?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trebuchet View Post
    It's 4:45 and I don't know what to do for dinner. Can you teleport some of that over to me?
    That was three days ago. Tonight I'm having pizza delivered. It's a lot less fancy but also a lot easier.

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    We owed some friends a meal, and my wife's brother was visiting from a farm in the W.A. Wheatbelt, so she put on a nice "Indian" meal.

    Chicken Vindaloo, Hot SriLankan Beef Curry, Dahl, stir fired vegetables with coconut & turmeric, Roti Paratha, cucumber in yoghurt and tomato and onion salad. The rice and poppadoms are hiding. My wife cooked most of it but I can lay claim to the beef curry and the Dahl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozduck View Post
    We owed some friends a meal, and my wife's brother was visiting from a farm in the W.A. Wheatbelt, so she put on a nice "Indian" meal.

    Chicken Vindaloo, Hot SriLankan Beef Curry, Dahl, stir fired vegetables with coconut & turmeric, Roti Paratha, cucumber in yoghurt and tomato and onion salad. The rice and poppadoms are hiding. My wife cooked most of it but I can lay claim to the beef curry and the Dahl.

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    First post in a thread on my other forum:
    What's the tastiest food you like that looks disgusting?
    I think I found mine: Daal Lentils. These are yellow lentils that come from india. They are delicious. Hands down, the best tasting lentils I've ever had....


    They also look exactly like vomit.


    The texture is thick and they are yellow, chunky beans. When you pour it down on a bowl, it's very difficult not to imagine that you're pouring a warm serving of vomit. I really have to stop for a moment and block any associations my brain immediately feels like firing. It's like every time I pour a bowl, my head has a similar exchange:


    My Brain: Hey, did you notice this looks exactly like v....
    Me: Shut up!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trebuchet View Post
    First post in a thread on my other forum:
    Yes, it is definitely not the most appetising looking of foods but it is delicious - especially the way I make it (Actually, I was a bit lazy and didn't do the burnt/charred onions to scatter over the top, which make it look a bit more interesting.)

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    Coffee, peanut and toast and a couple of strawberries. And this will be my last post for a while, i am getting a site blocker because I waste to much time here.
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    For those of who who like more attractive foods (Trebuchet perhaps?). This a spread my daughter-in-law set up last Sunday for my wifes birthday. She (my D.I.L) has recently started a small business to provide platters, meals etc for special occasions. I can assure you that with my knees I didn't sit on the cushions but used a chair - I was eventually joined by three others. But the more nimble enjoyed their low level seating - especially my 3 & 5 year old grandkids. It all tasted lovely.

    My daughter-in-law doing the final arrangements - it took her a long time!
    Nearest to the camera are some Malaysian kueh (desserts). Then fruit including mango, mango-stein, pineapple, grapefruit, watermelon, papaya, strawberries, dragon fruit, grapes, kiwi fruit & coconut.

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    We also had steak, sausages & sate sticks.

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    Dessert of cheesecakes and cheeses

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Backroad Astronomer View Post
    Coffee, peanut and toast and a couple of strawberries. And this will be my last post for a while, i am getting a site blocker because I waste to much time here.
    ditto.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ozduck View Post
    For those of who who like more attractive foods (Trebuchet perhaps?). This a spread my daughter-in-law set up last Sunday for my wifes birthday. She (my D.I.L) has recently started a small business to provide platters, meals etc for special occasions. I can assure you that with my knees I didn't sit on the cushions but used a chair - I was eventually joined by three others. But the more nimble enjoyed their low level seating - especially my 3 & 5 year old grandkids. It all tasted lovely.

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    We also had steak, sausages & sate sticks.

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    Lovely indeed!
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    A couple of sandwiches and chips.
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    The breakfast of champions, cold pizza and strawberry dumpling with a little ice cream.
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    Chili and spinach salad.
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    After finishing unloading the truck I had some time on my hands because my mother went to funeral. I went to Subway and got a lobster sub.
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    While on vacation, I've been celebrating the noble swine. I've had the usual bacon and sausage, of course, but also pulled pork, a pork cutlet, jaeger style; and best of all a roasted osso buco that was falling off the bone and delicious. The USA needs more roast pork!
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