MBooda: Rev. Skarekroe: lemurs: [img.fark.net image 306x413]Obligatory.Alternate universe?Just visit Cambodia Louisiana[hungrytravelers.com image 850x637]/cockroaches of the roadside ditches
pute kisses like a man: sandi_fish: pute kisses like a man: trying to decide what to cook the wife for valentines. lobster sure would be easy./ probably going with scallops.Please wrap them in bacon.i've been nervous to mess with scallops. i currently have the perfect method to cook scallops, it takes about 1-2 minutes on each side to brown, then I put them on a flat sheet in the oven at 200 degrees while I prepare something else. sometimes i make a beurre blanc sauce, or something else. sometimes i don't make any sauce. They are perfect this way. slightly browned, and never overcooked.bacon takes too long to cook. i am happy to cook the scallops in bacon fat (adjust time on the sear accordingly, since bacon fat cooks hotter than butter) but I'm afraid to cook them together. and i really love the delicacy of scallops and bacon has too strong a flavor./ cooking them in bacon fat could be an option, and i'll use the bacon in something else. like some smothered greens... which could also be cooked in bacon fat, so then, more bacon. which greens will it be? chard? hmm... if you've noticed, i generally think of pork belly as a great cooking oil. the bacon byproduct is a bonus.
macadamnut: I'm allergic to all that nasty crap anyway, so I wonder what people thought when every so often somebody would swell up and choke to death a few minutes after eating it. I also wonder if the Semitic food laws about it have anything to do with that.
"Lobster Used to Be 'The Cockroach of the Sea' and Only Fed to Servants and Cats"
Erica Schecter, Foodbeast, February 13, 2014
"How Lobsters Got Fancy
The surprising history-from food for the poor, servants, and prisoners to a soldier's staple to everybody's idea of a delicacy-of "the cockroach of the ocean."
Or, one of the most remarkable rebrandings in product history."
Daniel Luzer, Pacific Standard, June 7, 2013
http://www.psmag.com/navigation/business-economics/how-lobster- got-fan cy-59440/
genner: Ummm no isopods are the cockroaches of the sea.[www.pierfishing.com image 450x475]
crzybtch: To me the lobster belongs to the following:LAND SEACockroach LobsterShrimp Flies
Ker_Thwap: Prisoners in Maine used to whine about being served lobster all the time. Ribs, wings and all the other odd parts used to be the cheapest cuts of meat. People learned to do tasty things with the cheap food, now we pay a premium for it. The world turns, carry on.
bungle_jr: Prey4reign: Snails are disgusting animals, slowly oozing along leaving behind a disgusting film of snot like material. Escargot are a delicacy, given enough garlic butter.have you seen the escargot kit at walmart, or other supermarkets? i have had escargot many times and enjoyed it, but this just seems off-putting to me
DrunkWithImpotence: Funny how our perceptions change over time.
lemurs: [img.fark.net image 306x413]Obligatory.
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