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1: What Happened To My Shrimp? (9) 2: USA Cook book (3) 3: How many cookbooks do you have? And.... (25) 4: Frozen pizza (16) 5: Oreo O's cereal or similar to return as A Malt-o-meal brand (2) 6: Do you like canned corn beef and if you do......... (2) 7: Can someone recommend a good single serving yogurt. (3) 8: What's For Supper, Saturday January 7th? (2) 9: What did you eat for Christmas? (1) 10: New things being served at Diners (1) 11: Burger King grilled hot dogs! (22) 12: If the terrorists really wanted to hurt Americans ... (2) 13: Japanese food (24) 14: Ignorant Americans Baffled By The Humble Sausage Roll (10) 15: Anyone going to buy Pepsi Perfect? (4) 16: I like hotdogs (2) 17: Is it bad if I eat four poptarts a day? (12) 18: microwaveable food? (1) 19: Jake Gyllenhaal Once Wrote a Complaint Letter to KFC (2) 20: This is my board (4) 21: I can't imagine pushing 40 as a gamer and still consuming this crap. (10) 22: WHAT DO YOU EAT? (9) 23: Cheaper Bawls online? (1) 24: Wine thread (2) 25: McDonald's Family Pack. (1) 26: Favorite foods to shove up your ass (1) 27: What is the best soda? (5) 28: Keef Berky (4) 29: Beef Jerky (2) 30: I was made for loving you 7up (2) 31: I like Coke better than Pepsi (13) 32: Feed me fatboy! (4) 33: KFC vs McDonalds vs Burger King (2) 34: I eats food (4) 35: Finding real coca cola in New York (5) 36: KFC (4) 37: McJob (3) 38: I'm going to New York City (2)
1 Name: Anonymous : 2016-02-14 20:53
Last night I did a saute with shrimp in olive oil, garlic, lemon juice, a little butter - and I threw in some mushrooms.

The shrimp did not turn pink, or look really done. They firmed up a bit, as usual. And, while they became less opaque, they remained mostly gray. There was just a bit of pink on a few of the tails.

I nibbled a couple of them, and the were OK. But, I admit that the visual wasn't very appetizing, so I didn't eat them all. I had no untoward effect from what I did eat.

This is one of my "go-to" dishes for ease, and enjoyment. I've done it (how many?) times. I've never seen this.

The shrimp was the same brand that I always buy. It wasn't old ... I go through one of those bags fairly quickly. This was the last of the bag, and the others were fine. I haven't had a power outage that might comprise the freezer. The only difference is that I used a cast iron skillet, rather than stainless steel.

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5 Name: Anonymous : 2016-02-15 16:29
Do you usually add mushrooms? If not, I would say it was the mushrooms. I made scrambled eggs one time and added mushrooms. The eggs turned gray, looked terrible, but still tasted good.
6 Name: Anonymous : 2016-02-15 16:42
I've cooked shrimp with mushrooms, and never had a problem.
7 Name: Anonymous : 2016-02-15 22:18
Fresh shrimp is suppose to change pink after cooked. Maybe that batch of yours was already spoiling.
8 Name: Anonymous : 2016-02-15 22:48
I suppose. But, as I said, it was a frozen brand that I have been buying for years, and the bag wasn't more than 3-4 weeks old. The other shrimp that I had used from that bag were fine.
9 Name: Anonymous : 2017-04-13 21:08
Garlic+acid=blue green pigments
Maybe your shrimp was painted
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2017-02-11 16:17
deep fried butter
'biscuits' n 'gravy'
American 'cheese'
chicken in a can

Yank cuisine, folks.
2 Name: Anonymous : 2017-04-05 11:55
N O C U L T U R E
3 Name: Anonymous : 2017-05-08 23:47
USA Fat book.
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-08 00:14
how many do you actually use?

I often can't think what to cook, but I have at least a dozen cookbooks!
Maybe the internet is easier, but sadly I rarely rely on my books.

Are you using your books often? And if so, any recommends?

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21 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-21 08:52
I have quite a few even after giving some away. Some are older ones which I inherited from my grandmother while others are newer from a couple of years ago. My favorite older cookbook is "The Betty Crocker Cookbook!" The recipes can be adapted to healthier versions easily.
22 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-22 01:00
Hey thanks Everyone!, I've enjoyed reading about your cookbooks!
And glad to know they're still being put to good use for the most part.

📖📖📖📖📖📖📖📖

Thanks anon, I've ordered "Clueless in the Kitchen" from the library,
sounds about right for me.

Thanks again everyone!
23 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-23 03:24
My Grandmother's (Methodist Church) Cookbook, from the 1920s

My Mom's (Presbyterian church) Cookbook, from the 1950s

My (Episcopalian) Cookbook from the 1990s

CHINA MOON COOKBOOK, Chinese Cooking and "WOK" Usage for non Asians
A 1936 FANNIE FARMER Cookbook
A WW2 "PRUDENCE PENNY" Ration Point Cookbook
The UPSTAIRS/DOWNSTAIRS COOKBOOK by "Mrs. Bridges"

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24 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-23 19:11
I get most of my meal ideas online.

I got into the bad habit of buying those grocery checkout mini cookbooks, until I realized that all of that stuff is online.
25 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-24 01:04
I love books and have been regularly buying cookbooks for 30 years or so, I also buy books about healthy eating, healing foods, herbal remedies, nutrition and such, plus I have a big collection of books on how to grow food, composting, preserving food etc. I have easily a few 100 in total and refer to them endlessly, I find using the internet requires too much 'sifting through crap' before you find the useful stuff you were looking for, I'll never stop buying and reading books as long as they keep printing them.

I love books that cover the whole process too, from planting a seed and growing something to recipes and ideas on how to consume or preserve it, small holder manuals like 'The River Cottage Year' by 'Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall', that's one book I love and 'Dip into' regularly for ideas and tips.

I like Jamie Olivers early books, his 'naked chef' style was exactly how I like to cook, he uses a lot of my favourite ingredients a lot of the time too, very Mediterranean with a no fuss attitude. I stopped buying his books sometime back though as they started reading more like books... he was just ploughing out for the sake of releasing a new book, like stand-up comedians and their Christmas dvd's.

Rick Stein is a good writer so his books can be very interesting, his books are an interesting mix of travel, culture, history and food in equal measure. He may be a little old school in some peoples eyes but I find him very interesting and after all, truly great food is timeless.

Nigel Slater is a truly great food writer, he has a way of making you feel hungry when reading his prose, so eloquent and seductive, he just makes me drool and WANT to cook something! He's also another person who cooks the kind food I like to eat so I'm always confident there'll be plenty of recipes I'll want to try in his books, his book 'Real Food' is highly recommended reading for any food lover.
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-07 23:14
When shopping at Giant Eagle grocery store we saw these pizza's buy one get one free.

http://i.imgur.com/ufp0d8q.jpg

Well worth the money. So good we will probably buy more at the regular price when the ones we got are gone. But if you like your pizzas with thick crust these are not for you.

They remind us of these which are very good also.

http://i.imgur.com/3oBxhkr.png

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12 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-08 00:03
I've tried both. Screaming' Sicilian is all right. Home Run Inn and their "uncured pepperoni" pizza wasn't good.

Newman's Own Pizza is good. As are certain types of California Pizza Kitchen brand pizza.
13 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-08 00:05
I usually buy 'Jack's' frozen pizzas, especially when they're on dollar sale. They're not too bad, and I can throw a half-eaten one away without feeling guilty about the cost.
14 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-08 00:10
The only frozen pizza I will eat is Home Run Inn...
15 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-08 00:14
I have never tried a frozen pizza that was halfway edible, but it's mostly because of the sauce more than the crust. Pretty much horrid sauce on every one of them.

I don't have pizza that often so when i do, i can just freeze the leftovers.

My store had Boboli crust on sale at one point. It's not the greatest crust but it's okay enough. I bought two and made two pizzas. Baked one. Wrapped the other one up really well and froze it. It wasn't bad when i finally made that one.
16 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-10 17:24
all i wanted was a pepsi
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-07 23:28
http://www.theimpulsivebuy.com/wordpress/2017/01/05/coming-soon-malt-o-meal-cookie-cream-cereal/

Or something similar. Post owns Malt-o-meal, So chances are it is oreo o's since Post owns the recipe just not the oreo name

So, this could be like when Ecto Cooler became "Shoutin Orange TangerGreen" or "Crazy Citrus Cooler" (I forgot which name came first)
2 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-07 23:32
Oh, say it ain't so.
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-07 23:23
What kind do you like (Libby's, Armour, etc.) And how do you have it?

I eat it right out of the can as a snack or I have it on rye bread with mustard.
2 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-07 23:27
I buy it occasionally. It doesn't taste bad and I use it for sammiches and to fry with eggs.
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-07 23:07
I need a snack for between meals that is healthy and low calorie. I have eaten the dannon brands. Fruit on bottom, or granola on top. By the way, I hate the granola ones. I don't want straight flavorless yogurt. I can handle the normal amount of calories. What's good? Greek?
Thanks
2 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-07 23:14
Would you consider making your own and adding your own flavorings when you eat it? Or buying it by the quart and serving it to yourself in single servings? I find the single-serves are expensive by comparison and wasteful packaging. If you do want a single-serve packet, Fage Greek yoghurt has these single serves with the topping in a little side section so you can add as much or little as you want.
3 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-07 23:22
I agree about Fage. It's by far the best yogurt i've had of the national brands. I don't care for fruit on the bottom so i've had the honey.

For another brand when i used to buy the little cups i'd get Yoplait custard style. These are the ones in the yellowish container. I didn't like the regular yoplait as much and the whips have fewer calories because it's less yogurt with air whipped in to make it look like more. I liked the key lime, the vanilla, and the raspberry best. Strawberry banana was good too.
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-07 23:06
I am going over to a relative's house, they are making homemade Shepherd's Pie!
2 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-07 23:11
haven't made that in ages. pasta standby here, tomato sauce with olives and cheese
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2016-12-26 02:26
What did you eat for Christmas?

I ate turkey, gravy, stuffing, mashed potatoes, carrots, green beans and salad. And am going to have pumpkin pie with whipped cream later.

Same things I had for Thanksgiving.
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2016-12-25 18:20
I was at a Diner in Jersey the other night and ordered a Feta Cheese Omelette with a side of Bacon and a side of Placenta.
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2016-02-12 16:41
http://www.today.com/food/burger-king-goes-hot-dogs-grilled-franks-menu-t72806

Guess I'll try a chili dog if the local BK serves them

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18 Name: Anonymous : 2016-02-14 18:36
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"What is easy mustard?"

Mustard applied to the dog in a single slender squeeze, not sloshed all over the dog. I wanna taste the dog, and too much mustard is unbearable IMO.
19 Name: Anonymous : 2016-02-14 19:19
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Ah! That makes sense.
I dislike excessive mustard too, ditto mayo. Both can drown out the flavor of the food.
20 Name: Anonymous : 2016-02-14 19:21
The only thing I get from Burger King is their Frappe's.
21 Name: Anonymous : 2016-02-14 19:27
I really like my hot dogs boiled or steamed which is easy to do yourself on the stovetop. Quick and easy. I think boiled is the way to go.

Unhealthy as Burger King is, I might just give it a try.
22 Name: Anonymous : 2016-02-14 20:52
I rarely make hot dogs but once in a while WKD wants one so, like you, I just boil them. I will try a Burger King chili dog, and probably have a tummy ache the next day, but I'm curious.
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2015-11-20 14:38
... shouldn't they start by blowing up the breweries? By taking out Budweiser/Pabst/etc ... they'd be getting their rocks off, and be doing the culture a favor.
2 Name: Anonymous : 2016-02-12 19:30
...I'm spoiled on Chicago style hot dogs...it must be an all beef wiener, (preferably Nathan's or Vienna Beef) a steamed poppy seed hot dog bun, easy mustard, relish, tomato, cucumber and celery salt, and every so often I like a jalapeno pepper to top it off. I will try the Burger King dog, but I am not holding my breath.
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2015-11-12 13:27
Doesn't matter what I order. I can close my eyes and point at something on the menu, and it'll always be the same thing: boiled rice, raw fish, and deep fried mysteries.

Thoughts?

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20 Name: Anonymous : 2015-11-13 07:49
I've eaten at sushi restaurants several dozen times and they still all confuse the hell out of me, like I can remember what the hell is in a "dragon roll". I just look at the picture of what I think looks good or if its a buffet grab what catches my eye visually.
21 Name: Anonymous : 2015-11-13 08:23
Sushi is like tacos in that every restaurant and every chef will make their own version. There are a number of rolls which are specific compositions, like the California roll, but like fish tacos, brisket tacos, pulled pork tacos, veggie tacos or any other kind of taco, people get creative.

The simplest to understand sushi is nigiri, which is simply rice with a slab of fish on it. Salmon will be salmon, tuna will be tuna, tamago will be scrambled egg...simple.
22 Name: Anonymous : 2015-11-13 09:43
I love sushi buffet restaurants like Todai. Can't handle wasabi, though. It's weird because I can handle most spices with a cold drink nearby but wasabi and Hanbanero are the only ones that are too much for even me.
23 Name: Anonymous : 2015-11-13 10:28
Very few people have ever tasted real wasabi in an average Japanese restaurant, it's rare and expensive. I don't think I ever have. What is usually served is ground horseradish paste dyed green. If that helps.
24 Name: Anonymous : 2015-11-13 11:08
That hurts. One of the most sophisticated, nuanced and beautiful cuisines in the world and this is how you see it? My thoughts are you're profoundly wrong and for shame. Sorry but this is honestly like saying when you close your eyes and point to anything on an Italian menu it'll always be the same pasta with the same sauce.
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2015-11-09 05:17
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/food/article-3309693/Americans-left-scratching-heads-introduced-sausage-rolls-amusement-Aussies-social-media.html

One American took to twitter to comment: 'I would eat sausage rolls every day of the week if I could. When I visit Australia, I do, to make up for not having them in the US,' one said, aware of the dish.

I bet they would eat them every single day!

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6 Name: Anonymous : 2015-11-09 10:48
Don't sound very kosher, anon.
7 Name: Anonymous : 2015-11-09 12:11
It's a long way to the top if you wanna sausage roll!
8 Name: Anonymous : 2015-11-09 12:41
Sausage Roll Ain't Noise Pollution.
9 Name: SuperFratBoyExtreme : 2015-11-09 13:12
who knew british men loved the sausage. i'm sure the brits love the sausage in all sorts of ways that can't be shared on this message board. it just confirms that british women have to outsource when they want a real man.
10 Name: Anonymous : 2015-11-09 13:45
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Just as well all americans are as queer as you are, faggot!
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2015-10-17 07:26
It comes in stores on October 21st. It'll have the bottle and lid just like seen in the future. I'm so excited for it.
2 Name: Anonymous : 2015-10-17 10:11
no, i dont drink crap like,that
3 Name: Anonymous : 2015-10-17 15:58
Hollywood's getting more and more shameless with their product placements. Now they've sold the naming rights to the next Pitch Perfect sequel?!
4 Name: Anonymous : 2015-10-17 19:33
Me
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2015-09-24 21:57
I love hotdogs
2 Name: RedCream : 2015-11-17 22:27
Fast food counts as luxury in the 2nd world country which I live in.
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2015-09-24 20:51
Is it bad if I eat four poptarts a day?

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8 Name: Anonymous : 2015-09-24 21:39
Just eating one every day is bad.
9 Name: Anonymous : 2015-09-24 21:44
God, I feel like such a fatass.
10 Name: Anonymous : 2015-09-24 21:50
You should try cutting down to just 2 poptarts every 12 hours.
11 Name: Anonymous : 2015-09-24 21:58
You can eat anything you want for breakfast imo even bacon, it does not count, your body have the time to deal with it.
12 Name: Anonymous : 2015-09-24 22:06
Here is an Idea eat 100 poptarts a day
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2015-09-14 22:02
What are some of the best microwaveable food? Seeing as I can't cook and have no friends.
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2015-09-11 22:21
Because the Fast Food Chain Took His Favorite Item Off the Menu
http://www.people.com/article/jake-gyllenhaal-wrote-letter-to-kfc-when-younger

Interesting.
2 Name: Anonymous : 2015-09-11 23:22
That's why Subway is still around. Do you want your Italian submarine toasted?
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2015-03-02 02:18
I claim it. It is part of my board collection. Nobody but I can from hereafter in it post.
2 Name: Anonymous : 2015-03-06 18:55
meh!
3 Name: Anonymous : 2015-08-25 16:08
WHAT THE FUCK DAD YOU JERK OFF ON MY FOOD THAT'S DISGUSTING I'M TELLING MOM !!!!! YOU ARE SO FUCKED WHEN YOU COME HOME
4 Name: Anonymous : 2015-09-11 17:47
yfiffi is the board!
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