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Post  Biff Webster on Sun Aug 25, 2013 12:42 pm

With the Super Bowl fast approaching, I'm in search of a good Lean recipe. I know you guys like to grip and sip so please, share your best Drank recipe. Also, no metric.
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Beer Battered Tofu

Post  Kieros on Sun Aug 25, 2013 3:34 pm

Ingredients:
1/2 kilo tofu
1 can beer
400ml flour
250ml cornmeal
200ml canola oil
15g paprika
15g parsley
15g garlic pepper
Dash salt
Dash garlic powder
Tartar sauce

Recipe:
1. Mix flour and beer until it is a thin batter
2. In another bowl, mix cornmeal, paprika, parsley, garlic pepper, salt, and garlic powder
3. Cut tofu into ~1cm thick slices
4. Heat oil in skillet
5. Dip tofu in beer batter
6. Coat with the cornmeal mixture
7. Fry in oil until golden
8. Coat with tartar sauce and serve

Spoiler:
Yes, I firstly found what was widely considered to be the worst super bowl food (anything with tofu), then found the fattiest recipe I could find (30g, 50% RDV), and then did it in metric.
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Re: Recipe Chat

Post  Biff Webster on Sun Aug 25, 2013 3:38 pm

I don't see anything in there that could get me high.
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Re: Recipe Chat

Post  Verlio on Mon Aug 26, 2013 12:35 am

Add about 50g of Cannabis (or drug of your choice) in step 2, that should do the trick.


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Re: Recipe Chat

Post  RevolutionaryRebel on Tue Aug 27, 2013 1:15 pm

This is my new favourite thread on this forum.

Can't help in terms of the 'getting high' aspect of your request, but if you want the ideal drink for a balmy summer, I'd strongly recommend Lemon, Lime & Bitters - with vodka, to taste.

There are many variations on this drink, but the basic method is as follows:
1. Rim the bottom half of a highball glass with 3-5 dashes of bitters (typically Angostura)
1a. Alcoholic variants should add ice and vodka first before the bitters
2. Fill 2/3 the remainder of the glass with lemonade*, followed by 1/3 sweetened lime juice.**
3. DO NOT MIX. Minimal stirring is permissible while being consumed

All three layers should gradually blend in together to form a colour gradient ranging from deep pink-orange through yellow to green. If you did this right, you'll have a drink that not only looks awesome, but tastes just as good.

*In Australia, this would be done with 'pub squash', which is a carbonated and a tad lighter version of what generally gets called 'lemonade' in the United States. Using soda water when making the lemonade is the easiest substitute.
**AKA: Lime cordial/lime juice concentrate. Not that coloured/flavoured/powdered shit. Not sure how available this is outside UK/Australia.
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Re: Recipe Chat

Post  RevolutionaryRebel on Tue Aug 27, 2013 1:22 pm

And by lighter, I mean 'pub squash' is more watered-down, but also contains a lot less sugar. The 'cordial' should be notably (but not sickenly) thick/sweet and naturally blend with the lemonade/squash as it filters down through the glass (with vodka and bitters operating in the opposite direction).

Commonly abbreviated as LLB / Vodka LLB, on the off chance you ever end up stuck in a pub somewhere in the antipodes.

EDIT: Screw you, deep-fried tofu is delicious. ESPECIALLY stinky tofu.
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Re: Recipe Chat

Post  Biff Webster on Tue Aug 27, 2013 3:17 pm

RevolutionaryRebel wrote:Australia
Foster's chaser?

EDIT: I had something called a "Pimm's Cup" at a pub here in Los Angeles and it was pretty good. Seems like it might be similar.
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Re: Recipe Chat

Post  RevolutionaryRebel on Wed Aug 28, 2013 6:23 am

Biff Webster wrote:
RevolutionaryRebel wrote:Australia
Foster's chaser?

EDIT: I had something called a "Pimm's Cup" at a pub here in Los Angeles and it was pretty good.  Seems like it might be similar.
Foster's is an export brand; nobody drinks it here and it's mostly brewed overseas, so I can't judge it. TMYK.

If you see other Australians labels available we may be able to rate it for you. AE has a high 'Straya' content.

If you want something different beer-wise, look out for Erdinger's Weißbier.
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Re: Recipe Chat

Post  Biff Webster on Wed Aug 28, 2013 9:25 am

I know no one drinks that piss down there, but I will never pass up an opportunity to ask it of an Australian. I've run into many Australians in CN and it never gets old.
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