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Old 07-16-2006, 05:26 PM    (permalink
 
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After the other thread got locked I decided it was time to re-create it agian after some down time. Also I have news: I have begun to take up cocktail making and bartending. I am attempting to create a list of things I can make:

Bloody Mary
Scotch and Water
Gin and Tonic
Martini
Mint Julep
Daiquiri
White/Back Russian/Irish

This list will hopefully continue to grow.

Alright, now I will also lay out my next meal plan:

First Corse: Carpaccio

Main Course: Lamb Stew

Dessert: Ice Cream Soda

Everything else I have made before except for the Carpaccio. Ill give you the recipe for a very basic lamb stew that I made:


Lamb Stew

3 Lbs of Lamb
4 carrots
4 Stalks of Celery
6 Potatoes
Rosemary
1 Large Vidalia Onion
Thyme
2 cloves of Garlic
2 quarts of Chicken Broth
1/2 cup Red Wine
Flour


Coat the Lamb in Flour and brown in a large Dutch Oven. Take the lamb out. De-Glaze with 1/2 cup of red wine and begin to simmer the Garlic, Carrots and Onion. Add the lamb back. Wait until reddish sauce forms on the clear onions. Add the Chicken Broth. Reduce an inch. Add the Rosemary and Thyme. Simmer for 15 minutes. Take Rosemary and Thyme out and add Potatoes and celery. Simmer for 1 hour and serve with bread for dipping.


Ice Cream Soda

3 parts Ice Cream (any flavor)
1 part milk
Whipped Cream


Blend in a blender, our into a glass and use Whipped Cream to make a dome. Grate chocolate over it.

I guess you could spike this with a couple ounces of Gin or Vodka but I have never tried it.
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Ice Cream Soda

3 parts Ice Cream (any flavor)
1 [n]part[/b] milk
Whipped Cream


Blend in a blender, our into a glass and use Whipped Cream to make a dome. Grate chocolate over it.

I guess you could spike this with a couple ounces of Gin or Vodka but I have never tried it.
Did you mean to say "pints" ?
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Ice Cream Soda

3 parts Ice Cream (any flavor)
1 [n]part[/b] milk
Whipped Cream


Blend in a blender, our into a glass and use Whipped Cream to make a dome. Grate chocolate over it.

I guess you could spike this with a couple ounces of Gin or Vodka but I have never tried it.
Did you mean to say "pints" ?
no parts meaning 3 whatevers of ice cream for each 1 whatever of milk.
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I posted this in the old grillmasters thread, but I think thats pretty much dead, so here it is again. Simple and delicious.

spicy brown mustard BBQ sauce
1/2 part Guldens spicy brown mustard
1/2 part Jack Daniels Original #7 BBQ sauce

that's it, mix 'em together and enjoy!
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I posted this in the old grillmasters thread, but I think thats pretty much dead, so here it is again. Simple and delicious.

spicy brown mustard BBQ sauce
1/2 part Guldens spicy brown mustard
1/2 part Jack Daniels Original #7 BBQ sauce

that's it, mix 'em together and enjoy!
mustard sucks balls.
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I posted this in the old grillmasters thread, but I think thats pretty much dead, so here it is again. Simple and delicious.

spicy brown mustard BBQ sauce
1/2 part Guldens spicy brown mustard
1/2 part Jack Daniels Original #7 BBQ sauce

that's it, mix 'em together and enjoy!
mustard is not good balls.
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I posted this in the old grillmasters thread, but I think thats pretty much dead, so here it is again. Simple and delicious.

spicy brown mustard BBQ sauce
1/2 part Guldens spicy brown mustard
1/2 part Jack Daniels Original #7 BBQ sauce

that's it, mix 'em together and enjoy!
mustard is not good balls.
You can have your balls any way you want 'em.
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After the other thread got locked I decided it was time to re-create it agian after some down time. Also I have news: I have begun to take up cocktail making and bartending. I am attempting to create a list of things I can make:

Bloody Mary
Scotch and Water
Gin and Tonic
Martini
Mint Julep
Daiquiri


This list will hopefully continue to grow.

Alright, now I will also lay out my next meal plan:

First Corse: Carpaccio

Main Course: Lamb Stew

Dessert: Ice Cream Soda

Everything else I have made before except for the Carpaccio. Ill give you the recipe for a very basic lamb stew that I made:


Lamb Stew

3 Lbs of Lamb
4 carrots
4 Stalks of Celery
6 Potatoes
Rosemary
1 Large Vidalia Onion
Thyme
2 cloves of Garlic
2 quarts of Chicken Broth
1/2 cup Red Wine
Flour


Coat the Lamb in Flour and brown in a large Dutch Oven. Take the lamb out. De-Glaze with 1/2 cup of red wine and begin to simmer the Garlic, Carrots and Onion. Add the lamb back. Wait until reddish sauce forms on the clear onions. Add the Chicken Broth. Reduce an inch. Add the Rosemary and Thyme. Simmer for 15 minutes. Take Rosemary and Thyme out and add Potatoes and celery. Simmer for 1 hour and serve with bread for dipping.


Ice Cream Soda

3 parts Ice Cream (any flavor)
1 part milk
Whipped Cream


Blend in a blender, our into a glass and use Whipped Cream to make a dome. Grate chocolate over it.

I guess you could spike this with a couple ounces of Gin or Vodka but I have never tried it.
that sounds really good im gonna make it later today
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After the other thread got locked I decided it was time to re-create it agian after some down time. Also I have news: I have begun to take up cocktail making and bartending. I am attempting to create a list of things I can make:

Bloody Mary
Scotch and Water
Gin and Tonic
Martini
Mint Julep
Daiquiri


This list will hopefully continue to grow.

Alright, now I will also lay out my next meal plan:

First Corse: Carpaccio

Main Course: Lamb Stew

Dessert: Ice Cream Soda

Everything else I have made before except for the Carpaccio. Ill give you the recipe for a very basic lamb stew that I made:


Lamb Stew

3 Lbs of Lamb
4 carrots
4 Stalks of Celery
6 Potatoes
Rosemary
1 Large Vidalia Onion
Thyme
2 cloves of Garlic
2 quarts of Chicken Broth
1/2 cup Red Wine
Flour


Coat the Lamb in Flour and brown in a large Dutch Oven. Take the lamb out. De-Glaze with 1/2 cup of red wine and begin to simmer the Garlic, Carrots and Onion. Add the lamb back. Wait until reddish sauce forms on the clear onions. Add the Chicken Broth. Reduce an inch. Add the Rosemary and Thyme. Simmer for 15 minutes. Take Rosemary and Thyme out and add Potatoes and celery. Simmer for 1 hour and serve with bread for dipping.


Ice Cream Soda

3 parts Ice Cream (any flavor)
1 part milk
Whipped Cream


Blend in a blender, our into a glass and use Whipped Cream to make a dome. Grate chocolate over it.

I guess you could spike this with a couple ounces of Gin or Vodka but I have never tried it.
that sounds really good im gonna make it later today
i'm pretty sure that's just a basic milkshake.
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After the other thread got locked I decided it was time to re-create it agian after some down time. Also I have news: I have begun to take up cocktail making and bartending. I am attempting to create a list of things I can make:

Bloody Mary
Scotch and Water
Gin and Tonic
Martini
Mint Julep
Daiquiri


This list will hopefully continue to grow.

Alright, now I will also lay out my next meal plan:

First Corse: Carpaccio

Main Course: Lamb Stew

Dessert: Ice Cream Soda

Everything else I have made before except for the Carpaccio. Ill give you the recipe for a very basic lamb stew that I made:


Lamb Stew

3 Lbs of Lamb
4 carrots
4 Stalks of Celery
6 Potatoes
Rosemary
1 Large Vidalia Onion
Thyme
2 cloves of Garlic
2 quarts of Chicken Broth
1/2 cup Red Wine
Flour


Coat the Lamb in Flour and brown in a large Dutch Oven. Take the lamb out. De-Glaze with 1/2 cup of red wine and begin to simmer the Garlic, Carrots and Onion. Add the lamb back. Wait until reddish sauce forms on the clear onions. Add the Chicken Broth. Reduce an inch. Add the Rosemary and Thyme. Simmer for 15 minutes. Take Rosemary and Thyme out and add Potatoes and celery. Simmer for 1 hour and serve with bread for dipping.


Ice Cream Soda

3 parts Ice Cream (any flavor)
1 part milk
Whipped Cream


Blend in a blender, our into a glass and use Whipped Cream to make a dome. Grate chocolate over it.

I guess you could spike this with a couple ounces of Gin or Vodka but I have never tried it.
that sounds really good im gonna make it later today
i'm pretty sure that's just a basic milkshake.
Pretty much.
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Yes they are, I use to work at an ice cream shop, and I use to myself atleast a couple day. :P
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if you can't make a zombie, caucasian (white russian) or margarita you're a crappy bartender.
Umm... I just started to learn yesterday....
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After the other thread got locked I decided it was time to re-create it agian after some down time. Also I have news: I have begun to take up cocktail making and bartending. I am attempting to create a list of things I can make:

Bloody Mary
Scotch and Water
Gin and Tonic
Martini
Mint Julep
Daiquiri


This list will hopefully continue to grow.

Alright, now I will also lay out my next meal plan:

First Corse: Carpaccio

Main Course: Lamb Stew

Dessert: Ice Cream Soda

Everything else I have made before except for the Carpaccio. Ill give you the recipe for a very basic lamb stew that I made:


Lamb Stew

3 Lbs of Lamb
4 carrots
4 Stalks of Celery
6 Potatoes
Rosemary
1 Large Vidalia Onion
Thyme
2 cloves of Garlic
2 quarts of Chicken Broth
1/2 cup Red Wine
Flour


Coat the Lamb in Flour and brown in a large Dutch Oven. Take the lamb out. De-Glaze with 1/2 cup of red wine and begin to simmer the Garlic, Carrots and Onion. Add the lamb back. Wait until reddish sauce forms on the clear onions. Add the Chicken Broth. Reduce an inch. Add the Rosemary and Thyme. Simmer for 15 minutes. Take Rosemary and Thyme out and add Potatoes and celery. Simmer for 1 hour and serve with bread for dipping.


Ice Cream Soda

3 parts Ice Cream (any flavor)
1 part milk
Whipped Cream


Blend in a blender, our into a glass and use Whipped Cream to make a dome. Grate chocolate over it.

I guess you could spike this with a couple ounces of Gin or Vodka but I have never tried it.
that sounds really good im gonna make it later today
i'm pretty sure that's just a basic milkshake.
unless you add soda or something to make it fizz
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Umm... I just started to learn yesterday....
i could teach you young grasshopper. with me and DS you'd leave a drunk and worthless alcoholic, but a drunk and worthless alcoholic who made a mean caucasian and zombie
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Umm... I just started to learn yesterday....
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Umm... I just started to learn yesterday....
i could teach you young grasshopper. with me and DS you'd leave a drunk and worthless alcoholic, but a drunk and worthless alcoholic who made a mean caucasian and zombie
I'm game.
first consume a quarter liter of vodka and then contact me for further information.
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The other one was good for about 5 pages, then it went down the tubes.
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first consume a quarter liter of vodka and then contact me for further information.

Umm..... Maybe I should wait until I'm legal to continue my training.
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The other one was good for about 5 pages, then cgf got involved.

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