Man food (food that'll probably kill ya)

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Re: Man food

Post: # 131188Post rapier57
Thu Sep 10, 2009 9:12 pm

Them biscuits look a mite small, to me. I like the big fluffy ones about four inches across. Yeah, more gravy! MORE!

And, Yucatan Sunshine sprinkled liberally all over everything.


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Re: Man food

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Fri Sep 11, 2009 9:19 am

Last nights man food. Nothing exceptional but was quality!

Fish chips and peas. Simple goodness. I've run out of tartar sauce though :(
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Re: Man food

Post: # 131256Post Russia
Sun Sep 13, 2009 10:44 pm

For some real man food, try making a Nomlette haha. Boil some ramen noodles, then crack 3 eggs and put the flavor packet and anything else (tomatoes, seasonings, herbs, etc.) in together. Whisk all that and add the noodles, then make an omlette out of it. It's amazingly good, and makes you feel manly. :D
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Re: Man food

Post: # 131259Post Egaladeist
Mon Sep 14, 2009 1:04 am

Hummmmmmmmmmm...took the girls out to the A&W for burgers n' fries...had 3 Mossa Burgers myself :D 2 for $6...

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Post: # 131265Post Aspman
Mon Sep 14, 2009 9:09 am

I had a rack of ribs on Sat.

Just a big plate of meat and bones :good:

SWMBO was somewhat put off my me and the cats gnawing on bones at the other side of the room. Mmmm felt like sharpening me spear and going a hunting after that.
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Re: Man food

Post: # 131269Post Panama Red
Mon Sep 14, 2009 3:27 pm

Had a nice feed of Ravioli on Saturday at Boston Pizza, nice and hot and full of cheese...yesterday we had home made Donair's http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/D%C3%B6ner_kebabor gyro's.... :cool3:
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Mon Sep 14, 2009 3:34 pm

We had bbqed NY Strips with fresh white Ontario potatoes and asparagus....

Pretty manley fer girls :mrgreen:

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Re: Man food

Post: # 131271Post Aspman
Mon Sep 14, 2009 4:38 pm

Potatoes and asparagus ain't meat :evil:

Were they fried?

Deep frying turns anything into meat and is therefore manly.
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Post: # 131272Post Morganlefay
Mon Sep 14, 2009 6:49 pm

But I put lotso butter on them :sad:

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Re: Man food

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Mon Sep 14, 2009 11:12 pm

Let's see...today steak, onions, and fried potatoes for breakfast...haven't eaten lunch or supper...yet :mrgreen:

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Post: # 131285Post Aspman
Tue Sep 15, 2009 9:20 am

Morganlefay wrote:But I put lotso butter on them :sad:

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Hmm I'll let you off this time as long as it was salted butter and not any of that 'healthy' spread stuff.
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Re: Man food

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Tue Sep 15, 2009 1:34 pm

Today's MANFOOD breakfast:

Bacon, Egg & Tomato sandwich with plenty of Mayo, salt & pepper. (Fried egg with yolk hard, crisp, smoky American bacon by the boatload - if you have less than 6 slices onboard you don't have a MANFOOD sandwich)

Hash browns, smothered in grilled onions, and covered with hot Texas chili.

Coffee by the gallon - none of that sissified flavored creamer either!

For Lunch today I'll be having:
Sezchwan(sp?) Beef - stir fried with plenty of baby corn, water chestnuts, and assorted peppers. This dish is hot enough to burn a hole in your underbritches, so beware when passing gas afterward!

Fried Dumplings - Here's where our local Chinese food place gets rid of their 'mystery meat', mixed up with plenty of savory spices, perfect for cooling down the heat of the main course a bit.

Sweet Iced Tea by the gallon - REAL sugar, none of that bullshite artificial stuff.

Supper: Sliders & fries, courtesy of any all-night diner (WhiteCastle comes to mind, but they don't exist here in Texas so I'll hit up my usual burger joint, named Juicy's), Cold Cerveza by the gallon, tempered with the occasional Tequila shot.

ASP: Taters count as accompaniment with meat - and however prepared, constitute 1/2 of a MANFOOD meal, so long as plenty of salt & butter is used at some point in the preparation. FRIED taters get you bonus MANFOOD points.
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Re: Man food

Post: # 131289Post Aspman
Tue Sep 15, 2009 2:24 pm

I think we need to trademark MANFOODTM

|ce if I ever get back to the states I'm moving in to get some proper food.
What's "Sliders"?

I think MANFOODTM points is a great idea. There is a diet system here that uses points. This could be like the devil's own version.
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Re: Man food

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Tue Sep 15, 2009 2:29 pm

slyders = miniature hamburger grilled in greese and onions
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Re: Man food

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Tue Sep 15, 2009 3:12 pm

Slider definition has been expanded (and should be on most wiki's) to include any hamburger that is so greasy you need not chew it - it slides down the back of your throat as you shovel in the next one.

Remember, if it ain't greasy, it ain't MANFOOD!

Hmm... trademark MANFOOD - and do up a nice logo - and sell the MANFOOD stamp to all brands which are approved by us. I sense Taz$$$'s in this somewhere. Eg?

For our First MANFOOD award, I nominate Ranch Style Beans, but only the classic ones that used to read "husband pleasin' " until the mid 80's when chickpressure forced the logo change to "appetite pleasin' " *sigh* Same beans, same kickass flavor - their wimpy company management shouldn't be held against this classic MANFOOD item.

Prior to all this foofaraw though, I'd strongly suggest we make a clear, accurate definition of what constitutes MANFOOD and what does not.

I saw earlier a mention that MANFOOD must contain meat. Does this mean Donuts aren't MANFOOD? WTF? What about mass-quantities of Chocolate Chip Cookies? Salt & Vinegar crisps with beer? Pistachio nuts? See what I mean?

Basic attempt - feel free to add, subtract or change this as it's still in the 'defining' stage:
MANFOOD is constituted of:
Anything which a man will eat that a woman normally will not, including but not limited to Large quantities of Red Meat, High Cholesterol items, Anything Fried, High Sucrose or Fructose items, High Starch items, anything above 2500 Scoville in pepper heat scale, any beverage which may be consumed in large gulps.
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