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 Post subject: Re: Chilli Dog Boats
PostPosted: Thu May 17, 2018 6:22 pm 
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Chilli must be the most overrated foodstuff in the world.

I've never had one that is any better than meh.

And yes, that does include having it in America.
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You can keep your mediocre, tasteless mush if it makes you feel butch.

Meanwhile I'll be having a curry.


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 Post subject: Re: Chilli Dog Boats
PostPosted: Thu May 17, 2018 6:27 pm 
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I've just put some in the oven, looking forward to eating these heart attack inducing lovelies.


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 Post subject: Re: Chilli Dog Boats
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I wouldn't usually start a thread on a particular food, except for the one I did on a 'fry-up' a couple of weeks ago, of course.

But, but, my God are these addictive. I made them over the weekend and since then have made 2 more batches for the family. I think about them in the morning when I wake up and at night as I rest my head on the pillow. They are a bit like the LOTR one ring to rule them all, and I am Gollum. I know its not good for me, but I can't stop eating them. And I am typically not one for typical American fare.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IsV3IEWsfk8

Enjoy and hasten your death!


My FIL would smash a whole tray himself. We will be making those this weekend.


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 Post subject: Re: Chilli Dog Boats
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A5D5E5 wrote:
RuggaBugga wrote:
Balls Out! wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:
Chilli must be the most overrated foodstuff in the world.

I've never had one that is any better than meh.

And yes, that does include having it in America.
+1,000,000


Reported for impersonating men on a rugby forum.


You can keep your mediocre, tasteless mush if it makes you feel butch.

Meanwhile I'll be having a curry.


A bit of curry powder is the secret to good chili actually.


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 Post subject: Re: Chilli Dog Boats
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spookly wrote:
That looks grim.

Who eats hot dog sausages anyway.... might as well cut out the middle man and eat pig bollocks and anus.


I do. It's all meat even if its offal. Nothing I like more than kidneys, liver or foie gras


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 Post subject: Re: Chilli Dog Boats
PostPosted: Thu May 17, 2018 7:20 pm 
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Azlan Roar wrote:
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Yes, I used to have that opinion of Mexican food


Is it just food, or is it Mexican cuisine?



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 Post subject: Re: Chilli Dog Boats
PostPosted: Thu May 17, 2018 7:29 pm 
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Hate Mexican food. Vastly inferior to French, Spanish, Italian, Indian and Japanese


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iarmhiman wrote:
Hate Mexican food. Vastly inferior to French, Spanish, Italian, Indian and Japanese


It's not a cuisine like those others.


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 Post subject: Re: Chilli Dog Boats
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Food snobs on here :lol: , one of the best recent additions to the British high street has been excellent Mexican food, it's seeing off lots of closings of others.


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Food snobs on here :lol: , one of the best recent additions to the British high street has been excellent Mexican food, it's seeing off lots of closings of others.


High Street is full of chains anyway. Not where I would be eating. x(


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Chilli needs cubed skirt not minced beef ffs...


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TB63 wrote:
Chilli needs cubed skirt not minced beef ffs...


Yep. Original Tex Mex recipe calls for cubed beef.


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 Post subject: Re: Chilli Dog Boats
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iarmhiman wrote:
bimboman wrote:
Food snobs on here :lol: , one of the best recent additions to the British high street has been excellent Mexican food, it's seeing off lots of closings of others.


High Street is full of chains anyway. Not where I would be eating. x(



Says someone who doesn't own their own home or i suspect leather shoes.


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 Post subject: Re: Chilli Dog Boats
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A5D5E5 wrote:
RuggaBugga wrote:
Balls Out! wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:
Chilli must be the most overrated foodstuff in the world.

I've never had one that is any better than meh.

And yes, that does include having it in America.
+1,000,000


Reported for impersonating men on a rugby forum.


You can keep your mediocre, tasteless mush if it makes you feel butch.

Meanwhile I'll be having a curry.


I love both. Chilli is a lot easier to make well relatively quickly though.

Nice big bowl of chilli on a winters night and a fresh loaf of bread and Bobs your uncle.

mmmmm chilli arggggh arggggh arggggh...


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TB63 wrote:
Chilli needs cubed skirt not minced beef ffs...



I use skirt, shin and a couple of short ribs.


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 Post subject: Re: Chilli Dog Boats
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bimboman wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
bimboman wrote:
Food snobs on here :lol: , one of the best recent additions to the British high street has been excellent Mexican food, it's seeing off lots of closings of others.


High Street is full of chains anyway. Not where I would be eating. x(



Says someone who doesn't own their own home or i suspect leather shoes.


Until Monday. :smug:


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 Post subject: Re: Chilli Dog Boats
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iarmhiman wrote:
bimboman wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
bimboman wrote:
Food snobs on here :lol: , one of the best recent additions to the British high street has been excellent Mexican food, it's seeing off lots of closings of others.


High Street is full of chains anyway. Not where I would be eating. x(



Says someone who doesn't own their own home or i suspect leather shoes.


Until Monday. :smug:



Make the first purchase black not brown.


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 Post subject: Re: Chilli Dog Boats
PostPosted: Thu May 17, 2018 10:19 pm 
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Not Frankie wrote:
I've just put some in the oven, looking forward to eating these heart attack inducing lovelies.

:thumbup:

Let these new millennial manbag-carrying metrosexuals decry the simple pleasures of a gluten-crammed, fat fest. I, for one, are more than willing to place my cardiac system in imminent danger of collapse to taste.


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 Post subject: Re: Chilli Dog Boats
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spookly wrote:
That looks grim.

Who eats hot dog sausages anyway.... might as well cut out the middle man and eat pig bollocks and anus.


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PostPosted: Thu May 17, 2018 11:16 pm 
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spookly wrote:
That looks grim.

Who eats hot dog sausages anyway.... might as well cut out the middle man and eat pig bollocks and anus.



Yes, these certainly are ...

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 Post subject: Re: Chilli Dog Boats
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LandOTurk wrote:
I wouldn't usually start a thread on a particular food, except for the one I did on a 'fry-up' a couple of weeks ago, of course.

But, but, my God are these addictive. I made them over the weekend and since then have made 2 more batches for the family. I think about them in the morning when I wake up and at night as I rest my head on the pillow. They are a bit like the LOTR one ring to rule them all, and I am Gollum. I know its not good for me, but I can't stop eating them. And I am typically not one for typical American fare.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IsV3IEWsfk8

Enjoy and hasten your death!


Each to their own mate, but IMO those look gross. However, as long as you love them I say keep enjoying them :thumbup:


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 Post subject: Re: Chilli Dog Boats
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sewa wrote:
spookly wrote:
That looks grim.

Who eats hot dog sausages anyway.... might as well cut out the middle man and eat pig bollocks and anus.


I do. It's all meat even if its offal. Nothing I like more than kidneys, liver or foie gras

I had brain-terrine in Belgium at the WE, was very nice. But then again it was made by an actual chef, not some guy cutting holes in el-cheapo hod dog buns, filling said hole with the worst type of sausage (by a country mile), putting a slice of "cheese" on top, then chilli and some 'erbs (co's adding 'erbs apparently helps to legitimise this as a "recipe").


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PostPosted: Fri May 18, 2018 8:24 am 
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Fair play, they were stonking. I'll be eating those again.


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 Post subject: Re: Chilli Dog Boats
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Bowens wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:
RuggaBugga wrote:
Balls Out! wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:
Chilli must be the most overrated foodstuff in the world.

I've never had one that is any better than meh.

And yes, that does include having it in America.
+1,000,000


Reported for impersonating men on a rugby forum.


You can keep your mediocre, tasteless mush if it makes you feel butch.

Meanwhile I'll be having a curry.


A bit of curry powder is the secret to good chili actually.


A good chilli
Daylight
The width of the observable universe
All of space and time
An average curry


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PostPosted: Fri May 18, 2018 9:10 am 
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How on earth are people say if Chilli is tasteless? Have you just eaten the Weatherspoons version?

Mexican is f**king great. Superior to Italian IMO.


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Bowens wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:
RuggaBugga wrote:
Balls Out! wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:
Chilli must be the most overrated foodstuff in the world.

I've never had one that is any better than meh.

And yes, that does include having it in America.
+1,000,000


Reported for impersonating men on a rugby forum.


You can keep your mediocre, tasteless mush if it makes you feel butch.

Meanwhile I'll be having a curry.


A bit of curry powder is the secret to good chili actually.


Cocoa powder is a good addition. Quite like adding some smoke essence or smoked chipotle as well.


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Zakar wrote:
How on earth are people say if Chilli is tasteless? Have you just eaten the Weatherspoons version?

Mexican is f**king great. Superior to Italian IMO.


My cousin married a Mexican who’s head chef at a restaurant he co-owns in Wellington. Reception had Mexican street food, soft shell tacos, ceviche... spectacularly tasty and fresh.


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mr bungle wrote:
Zakar wrote:
How on earth are people say if Chilli is tasteless? Have you just eaten the Weatherspoons version?

Mexican is f**king great. Superior to Italian IMO.


My cousin married a Mexican who’s head chef at a restaurant he co-owns in Wellington. Reception had Mexican street food, soft shell tacos, ceviche... spectacularly tasty and fresh.


Which restaurant?


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Homer wrote:
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A bit of curry powder is the secret to good chili actually.


Cocoa powder is a good addition. Quite like adding some smoke essence or smoked chipotle as well.


Occasionally I put some curry powder in chilli, and cocoa powder too.

For me a bit of cinnamon can be very nice. What usually goes into mine is:

Chilli powder (or fresh)
Lots of cumin
Paprika
Small bit of cocoa powder
Cinnamon (easy to put too much and overpower it though)
Salt

Minus one or two things based on availability in the kitchen.

Served with rice, tortilla chips, corn tortillas or we occasionally make Venezuelan arepas to go with it. Great dish if you're stuck on time, but needs a bit of cooking to get the most of it.


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mr bungle wrote:
Zakar wrote:
How on earth are people say if Chilli is tasteless? Have you just eaten the Weatherspoons version?

Mexican is f**king great. Superior to Italian IMO.


My cousin married a Mexican who’s head chef at a restaurant he co-owns in Wellington. Reception had Mexican street food, soft shell tacos, ceviche... spectacularly tasty and fresh.


Mexican Cantina?


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RuggaBugga wrote:
mr bungle wrote:
Zakar wrote:
How on earth are people say if Chilli is tasteless? Have you just eaten the Weatherspoons version?

Mexican is f**king great. Superior to Italian IMO.


My cousin married a Mexican who’s head chef at a restaurant he co-owns in Wellington. Reception had Mexican street food, soft shell tacos, ceviche... spectacularly tasty and fresh.


Which restaurant?


Viva Mexico. They’ve actually got 3, Leftbank, Newtown and now Petone.


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Zakar wrote:
How on earth are people say if Chilli is tasteless? Have you just eaten the Weatherspoons version?

Mexican is f**king great. Superior to Italian IMO.



Now that's just silly.


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bimboman wrote:
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How on earth are people say if Chilli is tasteless? Have you just eaten the Weatherspoons version?

Mexican is f**king great. Superior to Italian IMO.



Now that's just silly.


Italian is way too carby.


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Zakar wrote:
bimboman wrote:
Zakar wrote:
How on earth are people say if Chilli is tasteless? Have you just eaten the Weatherspoons version?

Mexican is f**king great. Superior to Italian IMO.



Now that's just silly.


Italian is way too carby.



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