L33t Squirrel: mousiebelle: I second this opinion! We get the "hot" variety (which isn't really all that spicy to me, but soooo tasty!) I usually do peppers, onions, carrots, and celery along with chicken. Don't get to eat it much right now because mom can't eat it - we make it when she's not home for dinner. Also with the group of rice-lovers! I could eat rice several times a day w/o a problem! My dad did that... Hispanic, but spent time in Korea, Vietnam & Japan in the service... so many of the foods I grew up loving were of Hispanic and Asian origin.*Internet fistbump.* Swap out the onions and peppers for mushrooms and that's exactly the same way I make it. The "hot" is tasty and mild to me, but I grew up on proper Mexican and Asian foods, so my setting for "hot" food is a bit skewed. Stuff that has made people break into a sweat is tingly to me. Though I've never gone into a Thai place and requested that the cook "hurt me." The hubby's co-worker did that once at a place she was a frequent customer, and taunted the cook that "the last time I was unimpressed" when several of them went to lunch together. He remarked that it was delicious, but that first bite damn near knocked him out of his chair. :D
DoomsDayAardvark: sherpa18: My ex's kitty Xena was the champion of that. She could manage to hork them into the toe part of the shoe so that it was invisible from the outside. / gross story, bro
L33t Squirrel: I've never gone into a Thai place and requested that the cook "hurt me."
laulaja: Kickin It Up A Notch is a barbershop song my chorus is meant to learn. Some of us know it already, but not moi. Reference along with Spicy Cat.Have nearly used up all the Brit curry from A Abdullah & Sons bought at the NAAFI in W Berlin A Lifetime Ago. Kilogram of the stuff! Gonna look for Golden, add it to list on way to zonk.Twitching Hour's come, Good Night & Good Night FM. We've an appt to get our teeth cleaned & pressed in the AM, which is about gonna wipe out said AM.[i.imgur.com image 500x375]credit maynerdkitty. Tom as a kitten?
L33t Squirrel: ... Well, that and thoroughly dousing the chicken with Sriracha, ginger, and sesame oil in a wok.
quantum_jellyroll: Allow me to apologize in advance...[reneau.smugmug.com image 322x450]
sherpa18: L33t Squirrel: ... Well, that and thoroughly dousing the chicken with Sriracha, ginger, and sesame oil in a wok.Speaking as a Tabasco addict for the last ~ 20 years or so, I kept hearing about the rooster sauce in countless TFD foodie threads. I finally found it, and after trying it, thank you for reminding me to kick the Tabasco bottle to the curb./ and now we tune in to see the sherpa in his native habitat, risking life and limb in his pursuit of the elusive sriracha sauce....[i415.photobucket.com image 280x217]
Alpo 3000: quantum_jellyroll: Allow me to apologize in advance...[reneau.smugmug.com image 322x450]LOL!!! I applaud thee. Your a sick human being and I love it!*You're/sorry long long day
in2it: Best I could do for CADTM this week[i.imgur.com image 612x612]
L33t Squirrel: Meep, I think I turned Caturday into a food thread. Sorry! (Though in my defense, we've been talking about GOOD food...)
predle: domari: domari: OK I'll try Lilly's picture one more time... <img src="http://www.flickr.com/photos/littlemews/8524023208/">So why won't my photos show up anymore?? I couldn't get them to post last week either.Fark is changing the way you post, if you click on the Use HTML Buttons (above to the right), that will bring up the old way. I haven't had much luck using Flickr with the link picture button (just left of the ?) and am thinking of joining the mass migration to smugmug.
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