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Nzoner's Game Room>Fire Me Boy! What's For Dinner? Thread
Buehler445 08:45 AM 07-15-2015
Since the other one got too big, let's keep the food truck rolling. Whacha got?

Vol 2. http://www.chiefsplanet.com/BB/showthread.php?t=285408
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lewdog 01:09 PM 12-12-2015
Originally Posted by Fire Me Boy!:
Dude, I've been craving tamales for a week. And I really don't want to make them myself.
Find a Mexican. Pay them $10. Come home with a dozen tamales.

Profit.
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Fire Me Boy! 01:16 PM 12-12-2015
Originally Posted by lewdog:
Find a Mexican. Pay them $10. Come home with a dozen tamales.



Profit.

:-)

It's shockingly difficult to find tamales here.
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BucEyedPea 01:21 PM 12-12-2015
Tamales suck!
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LoneWolf 01:24 PM 12-12-2015
Originally Posted by BucEyedPea:
Tamales suck!
You've obviously never had them from someone who knows how to make them correctly.
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Mennonite 01:27 PM 12-12-2015
I'm gonna have country ham for supper. I was asking the dude in the meat department about a ham, when a guy behind me said "You need to go to Rice's - their ham is LEGENDARY!"

http://www.ricescountryhams.com/

He really emphasized the "legendary" part, leading me to believe that Mr. Rice must have pulled a piece of bacon out of a stone and became the King of Pork, or something.
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BucEyedPea 01:27 PM 12-12-2015
Originally Posted by LoneWolf:
You've obviously never had them from someone who knows how to make them correctly.
Perhaps. I've had them once—never again. It was in the best Mexican restaurant we have here and I like their food. But tamales....Bleh! Meh!
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Fire Me Boy! 01:30 PM 12-12-2015
Originally Posted by BucEyedPea:
Perhaps. I've had them onceónever again. It was in the best Mexican restaurant we have here and I like their food. But tamales....Bleh! Meh!

I was "meh" on the until I had them at a place that know how to make them.
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BucEyedPea 01:34 PM 12-12-2015
Originally Posted by Fire Me Boy!:
I was "meh" on the until I had them at a place that know how to make them.
Ones I ate had some creamy corn filling in them—not much meat. In fact, I can't recall if there was any meat in them. They looked cool to order but I was really disappointed. Is that masa dough?

What were in yours?
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BucEyedPea 01:40 PM 12-12-2015
Oh wait, since it was 2009, I couldn't remember much more than I was disappointed. These had some pork in them but not much. Just wasn't flavorful.
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BucEyedPea 01:41 PM 12-12-2015
Originally Posted by Fire Me Boy!:
It's the chuck side of the ribeye. Very similar in taste, texture, etc. some here will say it's indistinguishable from ribeye, and those people don't know steak. But for generally half the cost, it is a DAMN FINE substitute.
Only way I can remember it is by calling them the Chuck E. Cheese of steaks.
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Fire Me Boy! 01:43 PM 12-12-2015
Originally Posted by BucEyedPea:
Ones I ate had some creamy corn filling in themónot much meat. In fact, I can't recall if there was any meat in them. They looked cool to order but I was really disappointed. Is that masa dough?

What were in yours?

The dough is mass, but they're usually filled with shredded pork.
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BucEyedPea 01:53 PM 12-12-2015
Yeah, that dough I wasn't crazy about.
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GloucesterChief 02:05 PM 12-12-2015
Originally Posted by Mennonite:
I'm gonna have country ham for supper. I was asking the dude in the meat department about a ham, when a guy behind me said "You need to go to Rice's - their ham is LEGENDARY!"

http://www.ricescountryhams.com/

He really emphasized the "legendary" part, leading me to believe that Mr. Rice must have pulled a piece of bacon out of a stone and became the King of Pork, or something.
Not from Smithfield, VA therefore not the legendary nor the best country ham you can get.
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Lonewolf Ed 02:13 PM 12-12-2015
Interesting that this thread popped up again, since I am in the process of making a Belgian-style carbonade flamande. I am using Moose Drool brown ale, since I can't tell much difference with a very expensive and hard to find Flemish brown ale. So maybe it is more accurate to say I am making Montana carbonade of beef instead. I am going to trot out a new dessert for me tonight as well, lemon custard pie.
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Pablo 02:20 PM 12-12-2015
An older Mexican lady at my old job made tamales every Christmas. They kicked ass. She also brought ceviche in every now and then. I miss her.
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