Man Cooking: Meatshroom

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Re: Man Cooking: Meatshroom

Postby evilgenius » 22 Feb 2010, 13:36

"SHOWMAN SHIP IS ONLY MANLY WHEN ITS TOTALLY UNESSICARY! HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
THAT MEAL IS SO MANLY IT SET MY HOUSE ON FIRE! HAAAAAAA!!!!!!
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Re: Man Cooking: Meatshroom

Postby operagirl95 » 22 Feb 2010, 13:55

MANLINESS is.....MANLY!
But I wonder why Morgan chose to use pork for the "stem" when the leftover beef would have worked just as well.


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Re: Man Cooking: Meatshroom

Postby Ed. » 22 Feb 2010, 13:59

i think the pork was more solid and that's why he used it
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Re: Man Cooking: Meatshroom

Postby Mad Madam Mimm » 22 Feb 2010, 14:01

Ed. wrote:the pork was more solid


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Re: Man Cooking: Meatshroom

Postby operagirl95 » 22 Feb 2010, 14:05

Male anatomy jokes aside...

I think beef is more dense than pork, but has more fat. More types of meat == MANLY!!!
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Re: Man Cooking: Meatshroom

Postby Sauter » 22 Feb 2010, 14:51

oh my god, i love man cooking so much! definitely one of my favorite things that you do. lol, dicks.
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Re: Man Cooking: Meatshroom

Postby Mister Fiend » 22 Feb 2010, 15:39

I must make this. But I'll probably chop up the extra beef roast and mix it with the mushrooms.
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Re: Man Cooking: Meatshroom

Postby Garth » 22 Feb 2010, 16:32

Boom in shot for the "if your girlfriend likes your cooking" line.
Also, what did you do with the part of the roast you cut out to make the cap?
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Re: Man Cooking: Meatshroom

Postby Graham » 22 Feb 2010, 16:38

Garth wrote:Boom in shot for the "if your girlfriend likes your cooking" line.
Also, what did you do with the part of the roast you cut out to make the cap?
Yeah, I noticed during the edit, but not a lot we could do.

Also, Alex and I ate the beef cube the next night.
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Re: Man Cooking: Meatshroom

Postby Ed. » 22 Feb 2010, 17:19

How much does the average man cooking recipe cost

Also what happened to the bit where everyone tries it that was one of the best things.

Any chance of us seeing this in man cooking
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Re: Man Cooking: Meatshroom

Postby DRog » 22 Feb 2010, 17:50

This was pretty fantastic. More so than usual. JUXTAPOSITION IS MANLY! HAAAAH!
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Re: Man Cooking: Meatshroom

Postby robothero » 22 Feb 2010, 18:03

Has it been established at some point that it's not manly to own a cutting board?
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Re: Man Cooking: Meatshroom

Postby Vigafre » 22 Feb 2010, 18:22

Ed. wrote:How much does the average man cooking recipe cost?

If I remember correctly, it's usually somewhere between $30-$40 dollars, but they feed about 6-8 people.
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Re: Man Cooking: Meatshroom

Postby Arius » 22 Feb 2010, 18:34

Vigafre wrote:
Ed. wrote:How much does the average man cooking recipe cost?

If I remember correctly, it's usually somewhere between $30-$40 dollars, but they feed about 6-8 people. Or one man.

Fix'd.

The steak cost me about $24 for all ingredients with a 2.5 inch thick london broil at $17.

The Gigantor cost a bit more because of the Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo, er bison. But not much more.

And the garlic bacon roast ran me about $14 bucks.
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Re: Man Cooking: Meatshroom

Postby AK4186 » 22 Feb 2010, 19:07

Graham wrote:Also, Alex and I ate the beef cube the next night.


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Re: Man Cooking: Meatshroom

Postby Arius » 22 Feb 2010, 19:10

Graham wrote:Also, Alex and I ate the beef cube the next night.

A beef tesseract would have been manlier.
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Re: Man Cooking: Meatshroom

Postby Xix » 22 Feb 2010, 19:46

Any reason why the spice containers slamming onto the counter top was removed? (or never filmed?)
I thought that for sure it'd be part of mancooking.
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Re: Man Cooking: Meatshroom

Postby korri » 22 Feb 2010, 19:56

Was the entire meatshroom eaten by Morgan alone? Because if so, that is manly and awesome.
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Re: Man Cooking: Meatshroom

Postby jtaylor » 22 Feb 2010, 19:59

As a vegetarian, I'm a bit disappointed that there still hasn't been a manly meal without meat, but oh well. Also I miss Bill's kitchen.

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Re: Man Cooking: Meatshroom

Postby Xix » 22 Feb 2010, 20:03

jtaylor wrote:As a vegetarian, I'm a bit disappointed that there still hasn't been a manly meal without meat, but oh well. Also I miss Bill's kitchen.

Also, dicks.

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Re: Man Cooking: Meatshroom

Postby Tim » 22 Feb 2010, 21:43

korri wrote:Was the entire meatshroom eaten by Morgan alone? Because if so, that is manly and awesome.

There were six or seven of us there to help him polish it off.
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Re: Man Cooking: Meatshroom

Postby Graham » 22 Feb 2010, 21:48

jtaylor wrote:As a vegetarian, I'm a bit disappointed that there still hasn't been a manly meal without meat, but oh well. Also I miss Bill's kitchen.
There are future plans for a Manly Dessert.
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Re: Man Cooking: Meatshroom

Postby mew4ever23 » 22 Feb 2010, 22:19

Oh, that looks delicious. I can't help but notice that the Pork roast seemed to be mainly for decoration though... What happened to it after it came out of the oven with the cap?

Could you use the rest of the beef roast as the stem to achieve similar manliness? If not, at least it's more cost effective than getting a second roast..
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Re: Man Cooking: Meatshroom

Postby jtaylor » 22 Feb 2010, 22:53

Graham wrote:
jtaylor wrote:As a vegetarian, I'm a bit disappointed that there still hasn't been a manly meal without meat, but oh well. Also I miss Bill's kitchen.
There are future plans for a Manly Dessert.

Hooray!
Except it would probably contain chocolate, which I also can't eat...

I do still quite enjoy Man Cooking though.
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Re: Man Cooking: Meatshroom

Postby Lord Chrusher » 23 Feb 2010, 00:07

At the start of DBFH 2 there was a desert Man Cooking called the Death of Wilford Brimley. It turned into a bit of a Iron Stomach Challenge though.

You still need to have Alex and Morgan cook half a cow.
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