you are doing it wrong!
I'm half asian, don't label me doing weird things like eating a dog. oh wait--
Originally Posted by ivanov_2020
Originally Posted by R3dKnight
THAT'S WHAT I SAID TO YOUR MOM LAST NIGHT!1i 8Ddoo
Bositang looks nice but it's already roasted so I don't know about turning him into a soup? and holy crap there's a dog dish in the philiphines. I'm half pinoy! double-tee-äf, I'd send fg but there's no fg here! though luck, ha-ha-ha.
Yeah you're doing it wrong.
that's how you could cook a dog.
Your spam is not funny. This is a serious thread.
Originally Posted by neruke
You ate your dog, you are sad about it, you need new cooking ideas.
Originally Posted by Spurgu
Yeah, serious thread.
Still not funny.
Dude, why didn't you invite us over Spurg, thought we were friends. =(
You should talk to deuce, his family has a long tradition of canine munching.
Though I have to agree to neruke, that this isnīt funny, I love to talk about cooking, so I will answer it anyway.
Good meat usually has enough natural flavour. You shouldnīt ad to much spices. You only use a few spices that enhance the natural flavour, the maxim should be "the fewer the better".
The spices, suitable to enhance the taste of the meat differ from the different kindīs of animals and heir parts and thus itīs not easy to find the right spices the first time. You may have to try little more often than just once or twice.
If the meat has barely good natural flavour however (like some parts of pork or poultry), you can use it to enhance the protein content of mixed meals like chili, curry or goulash.
Last edited by nroejb; 01-08-2009 at 09:38 PM.
I do suggest you to use ginger to kill off those horrible odor
and used alot of boiling water to skin off the dog