Man food (food that'll probably kill ya)

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Man food (food that'll probably kill ya)

Post: # 131127Post Aspman
Mon Sep 07, 2009 2:04 pm

After years of indoctrination about eating healthily, fruit veg and carbs etc etc I was left to choose what I wanted for lunch at the weekend.

Now normally the programming kicks in and I'll have a bit of steamed fish and some veg or something Mediterranean. But this week something kicked in. An urge came from my darkest youth from the days when my mum fed us on real food.

I had...... Sausage, Egg and chips. ALL FRIED! Mwahahaahaha I must have killed about 50 healthy eating fairies!

It was magic. Proper grub. F**k veg bring on the lard!


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Re: Man food

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Mon Sep 07, 2009 6:01 pm

Amen to that! :mrgreen:

I eat what I want when I want...I'd rather die happy at 60 enjoying my food than live an extra 10 years eating rabbit food..besides it must really suck for health nuts who die early anyways despite all their exercise and efforts of deprivation... :D

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Re: Man food

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Mon Sep 07, 2009 8:48 pm

Yer such a positive influence, Eg.
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Tue Sep 08, 2009 1:05 am

I know :mrgreen:

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Re: Man food

Post: # 131135Post THE Doctor
Tue Sep 08, 2009 10:18 am

Aspman wrote: I must have killed about 50 healthy eating fairies!
In these parts, most faries are not that healthy.. and after the miners and construction workers are finished with them.. eating is via a straw... :rolf6:
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Re: Man food

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Tue Sep 08, 2009 1:02 pm

Caveman|ce say: ManFood Good. MmmMMMmmMMm

Yesterday's menu: Grilled Steak (rare) + 1 large baked potato loaded with trimmings, no salad, much beer.

Today's breakfast: Fried bacon & egg sandwich with plenty of mayo, 2 very large cups of coffee with real sugar & cream.

What will lunch bring on this "man food binge?" hmmm now that's a good question to ponder.

Tonight: Grilled Bratwursts (the hot & spicy kind) with mountains of kraut and other manly goodies, deep fried chips (not crisps, chips Brit style dammit.)

We in the deep south salute you for your choices of Man Food in your diet. Down here there is no other kind of food available unless you go to the big city and seek out those namby-pamby sections where only poofters dwell.
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Post: # 131142Post Aspman
Tue Sep 08, 2009 5:12 pm

Hey |ce will you feed me food like that if I come visit?

The only thing missing from that was a fried egg on the steak.

And no bacon and egg sandwich is complete without a couple of slices of fried black pudding.
Hmm and a bit of lorne sausage, fried mushrooms, couple of slices of fried haggis and a bit of fried fruit pudding. Now that is a fookin breakfast.

No beans for me, that counts as veg. Just add another meat item!

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This breakky includes the delicacy fried potato scone which I'm certain would go down a storm in the deep south!
It's potato, it's bread and it's fried!

Yesterday I had a bridie. Which is beef in pastry, pastry made with fooking lard!
No potato like thoes Cornish softies, just meat. T'was magic too.

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Post: # 131147Post rapier57
Wed Sep 09, 2009 2:57 am

Yeah, Sheepherder, only thing missing in that breakfast is ketchup. Large Costco bottle of Ketchup.

yummmmmmmmmmm ......



Oh, yeah, and Yucatan Sunshine liberally sprinkled over all.
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Re: Man food

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Wed Sep 09, 2009 9:21 am

rapier57 wrote:Yeah, Sheepherder, only thing missing in that breakfast is ketchup. Large Costco bottle of Ketchup.

yummmmmmmmmmm ......



Oh, yeah, and Yucatan Sunshine liberally sprinkled over all.
Fried breakfast needs HP brown sauce. And a big side of buttered toast or bread if it's after 11am.
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Re: Man food

Post: # 131150Post Aspman
Wed Sep 09, 2009 9:27 am

I'm still looking at the breccy. I could murder that right now.

I think we need a proper man food thread.
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Wed Sep 09, 2009 6:12 pm

Today's MAN food - Crawfish Etouffe over cajun dirty rice, spiced just hot enough to break you into a nice sweat. For supper it'll be sliders & fries with plenty of ketchup & tabasco (ketchup with a K dammit, not that cat-soup horseshite they peddle chicks).
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Re: Man food

Post: # 131157Post Vorlin
Wed Sep 09, 2009 8:10 pm

In line with "today's man food"....I'm down south, so of course there's grits...

4 slices of thick-cut bacon (cooked first to get the grease out)
6 sunny-side-up eggs (cooked in said previous bacon grease)
a big portion of grits (not too thin, not too thick) with lots and lots of butter & salt.
1 thin slice of salted country ham
2 slices of texas toast with more butter added

I could eat all 3 meals (if I only limit myself to 3 meals a day) like that....I've always loved breakfasts like that. Scrambled eggs w/ shredded cheese & diced peppers of some kind, sausage patties/links, white or wheat toast, it's all good. And yes, on average I eat anywhere from 4-6 eggs per serving....1 egg is a joke, 2 eggs is nothing more than a teaser...go for the gold!
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Re: Man food

Post: # 131158Post Panama Red
Wed Sep 09, 2009 8:22 pm

My typical English breakfast is:

1:Toast
2.Eggs x 2 sunny side up
3.bangers x2
4.bacon x ? (whatever I'm in the mood for)
5.red lead over everything (stewed tomatoes)
6.HP for bangers and bacon
7.Worcestshire sauce for the egg yolk
8.Salt & Pepper

or if I'm feeling brave

2 smoked kippers done in milk sauce with onions, and lots of bread (for the bones)

or, if I'm feeling lazy


2 x soft boiled eggs with soldiers...

or, if there are leftovers.


Bubble & Squeak... :pleasantry:


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Re: Man food

Post: # 131165Post Aspman
Thu Sep 10, 2009 9:01 am

Mmmm Durty rice.

I've actually made that once. I liked it, but it blew SWMBO's tongue out the back of her head.
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Re: Man food

Post: # 131169Post |3lack|ce
Thu Sep 10, 2009 1:30 pm

Red, just out of curiosity, do they call it 'bubble and squeak' because that'd be the sound one's stomach makes after consuming all those veggies?

Today's MAN FOOD starts with:

Biscuits and Sawmill gravy (sawmill gravy == white gravy with browned, spicy sausage mixed in - biscuits are not cookies you brits!)

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This looks about right, but needs much more gravy - some chick must've prepared and taken this photo.

Lunch will be southern fried catfish fillets with hush puppies, plenty of green tomato relish, and ice cold beer in long neck bottles (it's my day off, why not?)
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