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Old 05-13-2011, 07:42 AM   #1
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5 Meals Every Man Should Master

Fantastic article by Men's Journal. http://www.mensjournal.com/five-meals

Rack of Lamb


Bistro-Style Skirt


Pork And Beans


Roast Chicken


The Gourmet BLT


I've not tried any of these yet. But I think I want to tackle the Rack of Lamb first.
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Old 05-13-2011, 08:39 AM   #2
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Old 05-13-2011, 10:29 AM   #3
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lol... i do agree, but i must add to this

Shellfish.. you need to know how to prepare it, shuck, steam, boil, grill, whatever.... get your oyster and clam knifes ready!
Lasagna, a man's lasagna knows what fvcking time it is
Ultimate Loaded Burger... make a monster, put whatever in it, just make it and make it good
Man the grill and make some pizza's, most definitely
Last but not least... you need to make a good desert.. Bread pudding is simple and delish, so that would be on my list
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Old 05-13-2011, 12:08 PM   #5
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There are a million ways to make an omelet. You need to be a lot more specific before you can successfully /thread.
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Old 05-13-2011, 12:34 PM   #6
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There are a million ways to make an omelet. You need to be a lot more specific before you can successfully /thread.
you also need to be able to spell whatever it is you plan on ending



lump crab meat omelet with diced asparagus and swiss cheese... top it off with a squirt of lemon and some baby arugula

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you also need to be able to spell whatever it is you plan on ending



lump crab meat omelet with dices asparagus ans swiss cheese... top it off with a squirt of lemon and some baby arugula

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Old 05-31-2011, 03:22 PM   #9
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you also need to be able to spell whatever it is you plan on ending



lump crab meat omelet with diced asparagus and swiss cheese... top it off with a squirt of lemon and some baby arugula

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black bean chili with sliced avocado and pepper jack
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Disagree with list.

My Top 5 Kitchen Skills for Men:
1) Fluffy Scrambled Eggs/Omlete
2) Roasting a bird
3) Grilling a Steak
4) Deep Frying Fish
5) Making a Roux

More than an enough to impress any woman and ensure you never starve.
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black bean chili with sliced avocado and pepper jack
so good... i had that with pulled pork at a local restaurant near my house... so friggin good

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Disagree with list.

My Top 5 Kitchen Skills for Men:
1) Fluffy Scrambled Eggs/Omlete
2) Roasting a bird
3) Grilling a Steak
4) Deep Frying Fish
5) Making a Roux

More than an enough to impress any woman and ensure you never starve.
ya you definitely have some goodo ones... the roux i would have never even thought about.

i want to cook on the grill tonight now mmmmmm
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Roast Chicken? They are $5 at Sams Club perfectly cooked. Not something I care to "master".
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Pan Fried dumplings:


Fried Chicken:


Ribeye & Scallops: Scallops being the harder to cook of the two correctly...



I then support:
Fluffy eggs (all styles)
Roasting (or deep frying) a bird
Roux
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Get a woman that cooks for u.

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Or be a baws and hire
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you're single aren't you?
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Those are all terrible choices imo
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Pan Fried dumplings:


Ribeye & Scallops: Scallops being the harder to cook of the two correctly...

I hope those aren't your pics because both the dumplings and the scallops were cooked at wayyyy too high of heat, and the scallops look like they weren't dried properly before cooking

just saying
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I would add that a man should be able to prepare at least one DYNAMITE BBQ dish - ribs, brisket, pork shoulder, etc.

My personal choice is ribs
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I would add that a man should be able to prepare at least one DYNAMITE BBQ dish - ribs, brisket, pork shoulder, etc.

My personal choice is ribs
I have had the honor of spending the day with theribdoctor, and I must say, that man knows how to smoke.

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