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I eat strong flavored foods and probably use 40+ herbs and spices regularly.

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1 minute ago, MTSkiBum said:

I eat strong flavored foods and probably use 40+ herbs and spices regularly.

I'm going to be in your hood in a couple of hours.  Taking girl friends father to Keepers for sushi.

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6 minutes ago, titans&bucs&bearsohmy! said:

Chili oil is great. Truffle oil can go fock itself.

You shut your dirty pie hole!

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7 minutes ago, MTSkiBum said:

I eat strong flavored foods and probably use 40+ herbs and spices regularly.

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I just like the purity of most foods. 

Over spicing is an Indian tradition to cover up the shlt food they are serving. 

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2 minutes ago, Bier Meister said:

You shut your dirty pie hole!

For some reason it seems to be popular in China right now. Like every place slathers half the dishes in it, but they don't really know what the fock it is or how to use it.

I'm sure in your capable hands it would be delightful.

And what the fock is an aoli? Like garlic aoli?

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3 minutes ago, titans&bucs&bearsohmy! said:

For some reason it seems to be popular in China right now. Like every place slathers half the dishes in it, but they don't really know what the fock it is or how to use it.

I'm sure in your capable hands it would be delightful.

And what the fock is an aoli? Like garlic aoli?

Aiolis are variations of mayo. Great on sandwiches and burgers

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If you had to just pick one each it has to be salt and garlic, just out of prevalence.  Going with paprika and oregano for non-mandatory ingredients.   Hard choice between oregano and chives though.  

Least favorite horseradish and dill.  

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2 hours ago, Bert said:

I'm going to be in your hood in a couple of hours.  Taking girl friends father to Keepers for sushi.

We were there last week, it is a good restaurant.

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2 hours ago, Utilit99 said:

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I just like the purity of most foods. 

Over spicing is an Indian tradition to cover up the shlt food they are serving. 

 

Indian food :wub:

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18 minutes ago, HTH said:

Smoked Paprika

I was just going to say this !!!

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3 minutes ago, TommyGavin said:

I was just going to say this !!!

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3 hours ago, Bert said:

I bet that chili oil really kicks up the steakums and banquet dinners.

😂

 

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1 hour ago, MTSkiBum said:

 

Indian food :wub:

Definitely not one on my list of favorites. My girlfriend likes it though, so I usually just get the butter chicken when we indulge in that.

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12 hours ago, Utilit99 said:

Definitely not one on my list of favorites. My girlfriend likes it though, so I usually just get the butter chicken when we indulge in that.

I like a nice spicy vindaloo or masalla. With loads of cheese naan.

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On 6/18/2022 at 12:37 PM, MTSkiBum said:

We were there last week, it is a good restaurant.

I am not big on Asian food in general but if I lived as close to that place as you I would be there at least once a week.  

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9 minutes ago, Bert said:

I am not big on Asian food in general but if I lived as close to that place as you I would be there at least once a week.  

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5 minutes ago, Bier Meister said:

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I didn't say I didn't like it.  My girl loves Asian food.  It's not like we are talking Indian food.  🤮

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I have a Sea Salt and Black Peppercorn Grinder. Those usually do the trick most times.

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Mrs Dash Fiesta Lime

 

cant find it in stores anymore but I found some on Amazon. 

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On 6/19/2022 at 4:31 AM, titans&bucs&bearsohmy! said:

I like a nice spicy vindaloo or masalla. With loads of cheese naan.

👍🏼 W/ Garlic naan 

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salt, corn maltodextrin, paprika, black pepper, chile peppers, parsley, oregano, cumin, corn starch, sugar, red bell pepper, & garlic.

AKA: Lawry's chicken fajitas spices & seasoning mix 

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On 6/18/2022 at 7:37 AM, titans&bucs&bearsohmy! said:

Yep. Saw that. Just got six big bottles delivered today.

May go ahead and order six more.

If you are talking about the bottle with the green tip and the chicken on it.  That aint real siracha.  That is garbage compared to real siracha.

 

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I miss titans.  

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So my secret ingredient for scrambled eggs? And honest to god? I don't think I use it on anything else. But it makes me absolutely freaking adore scrambled eggs? Dried onion flakes. I guess they call it minced onions.

 

Just.  works. 

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54 minutes ago, Cloaca du jour said:

If you are talking about the bottle with the green tip and the chicken on it.  That aint real siracha.  That is garbage compared to real siracha.

 

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I miss titans.  

Did you know that most of the green crap that they serve in the states is nothing more than horseradish with food coloring? But they market it as wasabi.

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2 minutes ago, wiffleball said:

Did you know that most of the green crap that they serve in the states is nothing more than horseradish with food coloring? But they market it as wasabi.

I love horseradish and wasabi. Bonus!! :thumbsup:

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1 hour ago, wiffleball said:

So my secret ingredient for scrambled eggs? And honest to god? I don't think I use it on anything else. But it makes me absolutely freaking adore scrambled eggs? Dried onion flakes. I guess they call it minced onions.

 

Just.  works. 

I use onion powder occasionally..good tip

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On 6/18/2022 at 1:31 PM, Horseman said:

If you had to just pick one each it has to be salt and garlic, just out of prevalence.  Going with paprika and oregano for non-mandatory ingredients.   Hard choice between oregano and chives though.  

Least favorite horseradish and dill.  

Blasphemy!!     Dill is one of the all-time great seafood (fish) seasonings.  Also good on red potatoes and in dips.     And you wouldn't have cocktail sauce without horseradish.    I don't think I could live in a world without cocktail sauce (and clams, shrimp, etc....).    

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1 hour ago, Masshole said:

Blasphemy!!     Dill is one of the all-time great seafood (fish) seasonings.  Also good on red potatoes and in dips.     And you wouldn't have cocktail sauce without horseradish.    I don't think I could live in a world without cocktail sauce (and clams, shrimp, etc....).    

Makes sense, I dont really like clams or shrimp either.  

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My secret, go-to fav spice - Knorr Caldo de Pollo. Forget making broth, this stuff is amazing on everything - I use it all the time and people have no idea.

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On a side note, another anti-Dill vote here. Have never liked cared for it, seems to ruin more flavor than help. 

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Spice melange is formed deep beneath the sands of Arrakis, where the fungal excretions of sandworm larva mixes with water to form a mass that eventually explodes to the surface due to the planet’s extreme heat. Collecting the melange is extremely difficult; the explosions are deadly and the material hazardous. It’s collected by a vehicle called a Harvester, which must also avoid the giant sandworms. Aircrafts known as Carryalls lift Harvesters to safety.

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