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2021-07-30 10:08:32 AM  
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2021-07-30 10:09:05 AM  
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Your always gonna have...wait, what?
 
2021-07-30 10:14:59 AM  
That's what she said?

/Something something subby's mom.
 
2021-07-30 10:29:05 AM  
Do cobs even have nipples?
 
2021-07-30 10:46:15 AM  
milk on a cob?
Rick and Morty - EVERYTHING'S ON A COB
Youtube rhjiQHjNkV0
 
2021-07-30 12:24:01 PM  
Yeah, I've done this to make ice cream (with heavy cream).  Have to agree with Claire on this one being an underrated ice cream flavor.
 
2021-07-30 12:31:10 PM  
This is appealing. Would it be possible to make a nice sauce with this? Any sauce people here?
 
2021-07-30 12:39:26 PM  
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2021-07-30 12:45:41 PM  
Corn Cob Jelly.

Depression food I grew up on.
 
2021-07-30 12:48:57 PM  

Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadu: Yeah, I've done this to make ice cream (with heavy cream).  Have to agree with Claire on this one being an underrated ice cream flavor.


Jeni's ice cream book has a fantastic sweet corn ice cream recipe. Absolutely delicious. It tastes more like corn than corn does. Really good with a raspberry swirl.
 
2021-07-30 12:53:37 PM  

Barfmaker: This is appealing. Would it be possible to make a nice sauce with this? Any sauce people here?


You could make a creamier riff on this. Simmer the kernels in half cup of cream until it is thick and reduced, then blend it all (careful to stop before you get whipped cream, or strain out and blend the corn before adding it all back together).

That being said, that recipe is ridiculously delicious on its own and the cream might mute some of the flavor... though it would still be delicious.
 
2021-07-30 1:04:14 PM  
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"Maybe so, but can you milk.... BRAIN CORN?  I'd advise against it."
 
2021-07-30 1:04:32 PM  
I've never heard of this, and it sounds like the most midwestern thing possible.

/also the base for a good corn chowder
//bacon
 
2021-07-30 1:11:04 PM  

phlegmjay: Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadu: Yeah, I've done this to make ice cream (with heavy cream).  Have to agree with Claire on this one being an underrated ice cream flavor.

Jeni's ice cream book has a fantastic sweet corn ice cream recipe. Absolutely delicious. It tastes more like corn than corn does. Really good with a raspberry swirl.


That sounds good.

I haven't read her book, but have used her base recipe for different ice creams.  It really is a great recipe to get quality ice cream out of the home frozen bowl type of devices.
 
2021-07-30 1:18:39 PM  
you know, Subs, she's still not going to sleep with you
 
2021-07-30 1:40:01 PM  
Is this a repeat of Jerk This, Not That two stories down?
 
2021-07-30 2:01:31 PM  
Mmmmmmm!!!!!
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2021-07-30 2:05:29 PM  

Barfmaker: This is appealing. Would it be possible to make a nice sauce with this? Any sauce people here?


I know for sure that you can make a corn broth to use in risotto.  Not sure how far you could reduce it.
 
2021-07-30 2:07:37 PM  
I thought this was how you milked an ear of corn.

My invention helps you butter your corn on the cob (The Cob Quicky)
Youtube A2goIhnIy1Y
 
2021-07-30 2:22:13 PM  
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I have niblets, could you milk me?
 
2021-07-30 3:34:10 PM  

Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadu: phlegmjay: Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadu: Yeah, I've done this to make ice cream (with heavy cream).  Have to agree with Claire on this one being an underrated ice cream flavor.

Jeni's ice cream book has a fantastic sweet corn ice cream recipe. Absolutely delicious. It tastes more like corn than corn does. Really good with a raspberry swirl.

That sounds good.

I haven't read her book, but have used her base recipe for different ice creams.  It really is a great recipe to get quality ice cream out of the home frozen bowl type of devices.


Yeah. I'm a fan. And it's so much cheaper than buying a pint of Jeni's.
 
2021-07-30 5:40:38 PM  
By Claire LowerAww... Jesus! Luna, do something!!That said, for some reason I'm sure she is is an expert at milking cobs.Claire, not Luna.Yeah...
 
2021-07-30 6:20:44 PM  
Corn milk?  Please.  The future is potato milk.
 
2021-07-30 6:51:56 PM  

Percise1: By Claire LowerAww... Jesus! Luna, do something!!That said, for some reason I'm sure she is is an expert at milking cobs.Claire, not Luna.Yeah...


I'm patiently waiting for Lunas reply. Dis gonna be good.
 
2021-07-30 6:53:46 PM  

Percise1: By Claire LowerAww... Jesus! Luna, do something!!That said, for some reason I'm sure she is is an expert at milking cobs.Claire, not Luna.Yeah...


hey now my pizza friend, what can I do?

actually i clicked your link and was sorta jealous she recently interviewed andrew zimmern. i am a HUGE fan of trying foods that your own local culture finds "bizarre" and he's done good very work on that front in america.

the wood-grilled-right in-front-of-me black caiman i ate in the iquitos belen street market (no refrigeration, served with 3 fresh salsas based on cocona and other jungle fruits and chilis, i knew it was really caiman because the foot was still attached) with a local friend remains one of the tastiest proteins i have ever consumed: think super juicy chicken breast crossed with the sweetness and flakiness of snow crab legs.

and it was probably illegal to eat, all caimans (and turtles) are officially protected in the peruvian amazon, but that hasn't stopped local people in cash-only street markets from eating them.......sigh. no florida gator i have tried here has even been in the same ballpark. hell, gator doesn't even taste like the same sport!

but i can do little to restrict our daily helping of clairebear "wisdom" to only Very Interesting Articles. alas, for that we must suss out her FARK handle.

...or find the mod-who-loves-her...

Wilco: I'm The Man Who Loves You [4K] 2015-08-01 - Gathering of the Vibes
Youtube gsCBXA510CY
 
2021-07-30 7:02:36 PM  

luna1580: Percise1: By Claire LowerAww... Jesus! Luna, do something!!That said, for some reason I'm sure she is is an expert at milking cobs.Claire, not Luna.Yeah...

hey now my pizza friend, what can I do?

actually i clicked your link and was sorta jealous she recently interviewed andrew zimmern. i am a HUGE fan of trying foods that your own local culture finds "bizarre" and he's done good very work on that front in america.

the wood-grilled-right in-front-of-me black caiman i ate in the iquitos belen street market (no refrigeration, served with 3 fresh salsas based on cocona and other jungle fruits and chilis, i knew it was really caiman because the foot was still attached) with a local friend remains one of the tastiest proteins i have ever consumed: think super juicy chicken breast crossed with the sweetness and flakiness of snow crab legs.

and it was probably illegal to eat, all caimans (and turtles) are officially protected in the peruvian amazon, but that hasn't stopped local people in cash-only street markets from eating them.......sigh. no florida gator i have tried here has even been in the same ballpark. hell, gator doesn't even taste like the same sport!

but i can do little to restrict our daily helping of clairebear "wisdom" to only Very Interesting Articles. alas, for that we must suss out her FARK handle.

...or find the mod-who-loves-her...

[YouTube video: Wilco: I'm The Man Who Loves You [4K] 2015-08-01 - Gathering of the Vibes]


Well someone needs to stop this imbecile of a mod. I've now accidentally clicked to corn links written by what looks like a corn fed piggy from the Midwest.

And this is coming from a born and bred Midwest redneck.

/seriously stop greening this crap
//we get it, it eats its food from a trough
///it's corn. Why the hell do we need 2 corn links within 24 hours
 
2021-07-30 9:33:10 PM  

Barfmaker: This is appealing. Would it be possible to make a nice sauce with this? Any sauce people here?


Don't get saucy with me, Bearnaise!

Also growing corn this year and may give it a try. 
/love sauces
//user name checks out?
///...cause why not.
 
2021-07-30 11:19:09 PM  
Instead of regular milk use butter milk, thicken it up, and put it on cornbread
 
2021-07-31 12:14:03 AM  

Churchy LaFemme: Mmmmmmm!!!!!
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Done in one.
 
2021-07-31 2:47:47 AM  
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Corn milk sounds strangely enticing. I would certainly try it.
 
2021-07-31 10:12:32 AM  
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2021-07-31 2:37:20 PM  
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"Cob" has other meanings. What do you think cobwebs are named after?
 
2021-07-31 8:38:14 PM  

luna1580: Percise1: By Claire LowerAww... Jesus! Luna, do something!!That said, for some reason I'm sure she is is an expert at milking cobs.Claire, not Luna.Yeah...

hey now my pizza friend, what can I do?

actually i clicked your link and was sorta jealous she recently interviewed andrew zimmern. i am a HUGE fan of trying foods that your own local culture finds "bizarre" and he's done good very work on that front in america.

the wood-grilled-right in-front-of-me black caiman i ate in the iquitos belen street market (no refrigeration, served with 3 fresh salsas based on cocona and other jungle fruits and chilis, i knew it was really caiman because the foot was still attached) with a local friend remains one of the tastiest proteins i have ever consumed: think super juicy chicken breast crossed with the sweetness and flakiness of snow crab legs.

and it was probably illegal to eat, all caimans (and turtles) are officially protected in the peruvian amazon, but that hasn't stopped local people in cash-only street markets from eating them.......sigh. no florida gator i have tried here has even been in the same ballpark. hell, gator doesn't even taste like the same sport!

but i can do little to restrict our daily helping of clairebear "wisdom" to only Very Interesting Articles. alas, for that we must suss out her FARK handle.

...or find the mod-who-loves-her...

[Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/gsCBXA51​0CY]


You have the fire and drive to stop the bane known as Claire. Be as determined to unmask and stop her as you have been in.... other policing actions.

You ate a turtle? Seriously? Even if it was already dead... you contributed to the validity of it. You should have been ashamed!
I would have tried it too...

Deep fried gator at Blue Moon was quite good, but more like chicken nuggets. The chunk of gator that I bought and cooked must have been right around the ass part of the animal, because that's that it tasted like.
Maybe it's the parts that are sourced? It just said "gator", not "gator" wings, "gator" legs, or "gator belly", so I'm just going to assume I got "gator ass".

Still waiting to pick up some ostrich steaks though. I fully expect it to taste like chicken...
(JK, like beef to elk is more like it)
 
2021-07-31 8:39:56 PM  

Axeofjudgement: luna1580: Percise1: By Claire LowerAww... Jesus! Luna, do something!!That said, for some reason I'm sure she is is an expert at milking cobs.Claire, not Luna.Yeah...

hey now my pizza friend, what can I do?

actually i clicked your link and was sorta jealous she recently interviewed andrew zimmern. i am a HUGE fan of trying foods that your own local culture finds "bizarre" and he's done good very work on that front in america.

the wood-grilled-right in-front-of-me black caiman i ate in the iquitos belen street market (no refrigeration, served with 3 fresh salsas based on cocona and other jungle fruits and chilis, i knew it was really caiman because the foot was still attached) with a local friend remains one of the tastiest proteins i have ever consumed: think super juicy chicken breast crossed with the sweetness and flakiness of snow crab legs.

and it was probably illegal to eat, all caimans (and turtles) are officially protected in the peruvian amazon, but that hasn't stopped local people in cash-only street markets from eating them.......sigh. no florida gator i have tried here has even been in the same ballpark. hell, gator doesn't even taste like the same sport!

but i can do little to restrict our daily helping of clairebear "wisdom" to only Very Interesting Articles. alas, for that we must suss out her FARK handle.

...or find the mod-who-loves-her...

[YouTube video: Wilco: I'm The Man Who Loves You [4K] 2015-08-01 - Gathering of the Vibes]

Well someone needs to stop this imbecile of a mod. I've now accidentally clicked to corn links written by what looks like a corn fed piggy from the Midwest.

And this is coming from a born and bred Midwest redneck.

/seriously stop greening this crap
//we get it, it eats its food from a trough
///it's corn. Why the hell do we need 2 corn links within 24 hours


Dude? You are killing me (with humor)...

We need to have beers some day.
 
2021-07-31 8:40:41 PM  

ScrimBoy: Don't get saucy with me, Bearnaise!


You look like the piss boy!
 
2021-07-31 9:22:46 PM  

Percise1: luna1580: Percise1: By Claire LowerAww... Jesus! Luna, do something!!That said, for some reason I'm sure she is is an expert at milking cobs.Claire, not Luna.Yeah...

hey now my pizza friend, what can I do?

actually i clicked your link and was sorta jealous she recently interviewed andrew zimmern. i am a HUGE fan of trying foods that your own local culture finds "bizarre" and he's done good very work on that front in america.

the wood-grilled-right in-front-of-me black caiman i ate in the iquitos belen street market (no refrigeration, served with 3 fresh salsas based on cocona and other jungle fruits and chilis, i knew it was really caiman because the foot was still attached) with a local friend remains one of the tastiest proteins i have ever consumed: think super juicy chicken breast crossed with the sweetness and flakiness of snow crab legs.

and it was probably illegal to eat, all caimans (and turtles) are officially protected in the peruvian amazon, but that hasn't stopped local people in cash-only street markets from eating them.......sigh. no florida gator i have tried here has even been in the same ballpark. hell, gator doesn't even taste like the same sport!

but i can do little to restrict our daily helping of clairebear "wisdom" to only Very Interesting Articles. alas, for that we must suss out her FARK handle.

...or find the mod-who-loves-her...

[Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/gsCBXA51​0CY]

You have the fire and drive to stop the bane known as Claire. Be as determined to unmask and stop her as you have been in.... other policing actions.

You ate a turtle? Seriously? Even if it was already dead... you contributed to the validity of it. You should have been ashamed!
I would have tried it too...

Deep fried gator at Blue Moon was quite good, but more like chicken nuggets. The chunk of gator that I bought and cooked must have been right around the ass part of the animal, because that's that it tasted like.
Maybe it's the parts that are sou ...


caimans are NOT turtles.

hey! hi guys!
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and yes the unscaled foot WAS still attached.


uhmmmm "policing activities"? you mean "policing" the FARK Pizza Wars? well, when you put it that way.......

😉
 
2021-07-31 9:41:24 PM  

luna1580: caimans are NOT turtles.


Sorry, my brain fart. I apologize... as a reformed marine bio major, dumb.
As a cat lover...


Jaguar Attacks Crocodile Cousin (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO) | National Geographic
Youtube DBNYwxDZ_pA


And yes, my dear Pizza Police... ;)
 
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