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I just added some slices of Medjool dates and ripe nectarines in my lunch salad bowl. Wow, the combination of them with sesame oil, coconut oil and the other ingredients is amazingly tasty. (Avocado, cucumber, chia & pepita seeds, cashew nuts, half boiled eggs, nori, cherry tomatoes, rocket leaves, red onions, chili sauce, dark rye bread)
 
so people of america (and other freaks) which SAUCES do you recommend to me? Do you always make your sauce or are there any premium sauces i could buy? Especially for STEAKS, grilled stuff & potatoes. Anything good out there?

i tried like 20 sauces, but this one was maybe one of few which I would rebuy - but also this sauce became boring to me.. its not so good like they say, its good - maybe 6.5 of 10 points.




i am especially searching for some good winegar or pepper & gorgonzola sauces for steaks addon.

anyone? :D
 
so people of america (and other freaks) which SAUCES do you recommend to me? Do you always make your sauce or are there any premium sauces i could buy? Especially for STEAKS, grilled stuff & potatoes. Anything good out there?

i tried like 20 sauces, but this one was maybe one of few which I would rebuy - but also this sauce became boring to me.. its not so good like they say, its good - maybe 6.5 of 10 points.




i am especially searching for some good winegar or pepper & gorgonzola sauces for steaks addon.

anyone? :D
Sweet Baby Ray's

Horseradish or Horsey Sauce

Pico de Gallo or Pace Picante

"That is not the point. I am superior to all posters on the forum, that is the main thing." - sureshs
 
oh man I did my first GULASZH. Its a hungarian traditional dish and my top 5 meals to go with. i have eaten it dozen of times but now was time to cook my own.. mission succesfull! especially in winter you cant miss that!



and here is the deer gulazs:




and other variations:



Every Golaz is a little different so its best to try a lot of them - from different people and then make your own stuff.
 
Cannot recall venison sold at our local butcher. Only willing to process deer meat. Same butcher sells bison and rabbit. There are Wild game dinners,
These meats tend to be super strong. For anybody who hasn't tried goat it is a must, one of my favorites. I guess this is not considered "game" meat, but it is still somewhat unusual in the US.
 

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These meats tend to be super strong. For anybody who hasn't tried goat it is a must, one of my favorites. I guess this is not considered "game" meat, but it is still somewhat unusual in the US.
Local Jamaican restaurant serves Curried goat and/or Oxtails. Nearly all this meat except rabbit has a strong taste. Especially bison.
 
Local Jamaican restaurant serves Curried goat and/or Oxtails. Nearly all this meat except rabbit has a strong taste. Especially bison.
I've had bison, and my recollection is that it was a little strong, but specially that it was dry and tough. Maybe it wasn't cooked properly, who knows.
 
Lol.. didn't know there were connosieurs of crotch kick recipients out there. The latter seemed to be a favorite down under.. but then they also have Kangaroo on the menu so any taste can be acquired I suppose.
Thank you for the laughs. When talking about kicks in the crotch "a favorite down under" seems rather appropriate. ;)
 
Interesting. How does this compare to vegemite?
I have never tried Vegemite, but you don't want to put Marmite on something salty. It is a good source of B vitamins, but I would rather take a pill.
One tastes like crap, the other like excrement. Sorry @Mike Bulgakov, j/k, I'm sure it's an acquire taste, like a kick to the crotch. ;)
You will notice that my reaction wasn't favorable.
 
I have never tried Vegemite, but you don't want to put Marmite on something salty. It is a good source of B vitamins, but I would rather take a pill.

You will notice that my reaction wasn't favorable.
Tried vegemite when I was in Australia and I have not had it since. Very unique flavor and sometimes miss it. Is marmite readily available here in the states?
 
Tried vegemite when I was in Australia and I have not had it since. Very unique flavor and sometimes miss it. Is marmite readily available here in the states?
I got it at a small British shop. These aren't hard to find in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego. Some people go to these shops for British candy, which tends to be better than American candy. I once bought vegetarian haggis as a joke at a British shop in Solana Beach.
 
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I got it at a small British shop. These aren't hard to find in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego. Some people go to these shops for British candy, which tends to be better than American candy. I once bought vegetarian haggis as a joke at a British shop in Solana Beach.
Got it, thanks . Yeah I haven’t formed an opinion on British cuisine yet.. tried Haggis.. mushy peas, meat pies. A little bland for my tastes. After a couple of tries.. opted for Indian and Chinese food instead.
 
Ok my bad, English cuisine.
HAHA. That's not the problem with your argument. Pretty sure "English cuisine" ain't a thing either. :D It's like talking about "French hygiene" or "Italian reservedness." Yeah, I know the French hygiene joke is playing on ill-conceived stereotypes and doesn't correspond to the truth. Sue me.
 
Yeah, I really wanted to like it. Their fish and chips aren’t like what we have here either. And their breakfast always seem repetitive. Sausage, beans, eggs and a tomato. Different tastes I suppose.
 
Yeah, I really wanted to like it. Their fish and chips aren’t like what we have here either. And their breakfast always seem repetitive. Sausage, beans, eggs and a tomato. Different tastes I suppose.
Well, when I think of England I think of popular music and literature. Just not gastronomy. And that's OK.
 
General Mills moast sureshsian cereal - Peanut Butter Chocolate Blasted Shreds.

Having a chaser - another from General Mills - Chocolate Peanut Butter Cheerios.

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