Man Cooking 2

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Man Cooking 2

Postby Graham » 26 Apr 2007, 12:31

Oh MAN that was tasty.
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Postby holygiblets » 26 Apr 2007, 12:40

That was an impressive sandwich - or should that be MANdwich? In theory it would have tasted nice if it weren't for the fact it resembled a piece of coal - unless you were a steam powered robot, then coal may actually seem like a tasty snack.


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Postby Misty » 26 Apr 2007, 12:51

Okay, first thought was "YESSSSS ANOTHER MAN COOKING!" then I saw that mount of meat that Morgan was making, and got a bit queasy. :?

You guys actually ate that? I probably wouldn't have had a problem with it if Morgan didn't burn it beyond the little recognition it had as food to begin with...

All in all, still funny, and still very manly. (Though, where'd the haiku go? You guys not get any good submissions, or what?)
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Postby emma » 26 Apr 2007, 12:56

As entertaining as that was, it wasn't manly so much as just burnt and big.

Can you please do a manly cooking where you cook the least manly thing possible? Like, party sandwiches or those cookies with the jelly in them or something in a cream sauce.
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Postby AdmiralBarikir » 26 Apr 2007, 13:16

Oh man! my prayers have been answered! I was thinking about the original man cooking all day, and I said to myself, what if there was a sequel...
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Postby Kwiksilva » 26 Apr 2007, 13:44

3mm4 wrote:Can you please do a manly cooking where you cook the least manly thing possible? Like,
those cookies with the jelly in them.


Jelly Tots...I make the most awesome jelly tots..I should bake some jelly tots!

Also...I laughed my ass off, keep up the man cooking guys :D
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Postby Fatsobob » 26 Apr 2007, 14:10

I would try that, but it looked pretty scary. Guess im not manly enough to consume such a sandwhich.
Also, no haiku for this week?
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Postby Corax » 26 Apr 2007, 14:35

man it was manly, did it actually taste good or were u guys faking it, it lookd pretty charred. im so glad you did a sequel to man cooking btw i thought the 1st one was really funny.

oh and you probably didnt know this but the reason the garlic didnt taste like bitter shit after being cooked so long is because it was cooked for sooooo long, and eragains an awesome flavor and buttry texture. garlic is best cooked quickly for a short amount of time of slowly for a long amount of time
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Postby Mouse » 26 Apr 2007, 14:42

As a has-no-choice-in-the-matter-vegetarian, that was both hilarious and disgusting.

You two sorta remind me of watching my dad and my godfather try to barbecue, smoke large cigars, and drink Arrogant Bastards all at the same.

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Postby Kwiksilva » 26 Apr 2007, 14:44

I don't know if we have that beer in canada
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Postby Alja-Markir » 26 Apr 2007, 14:46

As for those commenting on the char, to me it looked like the meat was fine, only the salsa topping got dried out and that's what blackened. Remove that and it's fine I'd imagine.

A fairly amusing WT. Seemed kinda spur of the moment. "Shit guys, we need a Whatever Thing video. Uhhh... something.... easy.... well, Man Cooking was just us cooking with a video camera around... soo.... yea, we'll do another one!"

Still, fun times.

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Postby Melendwyr » 26 Apr 2007, 14:49

Elephant garlic is significantly less potent than regular garlic.

Size isn't everything, guys.
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Postby Mouse » 26 Apr 2007, 14:54

Melendwyr wrote:Elephant garlic is significantly less potent than regular garlic.

Size isn't everything, guys.


Makes it better for eating straight up, though.
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Postby Melendwyr » 26 Apr 2007, 15:23

Mouse wrote:Makes it better for eating straight up, though.


Assuming you can get it to fit in your mouth.

It's a good sign when your cheeks hurt trying to get around it, right?
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Postby Drifter » 26 Apr 2007, 15:50

Well I may try to make it myself...and not to burn it to find out to find out if it really tastes good.

If it wasn't burned, I think it would look appealing.
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Postby browncoat » 26 Apr 2007, 15:53

I'm so hungry right now.
I guess I'll try that one time.
(Though... a $30 sandwich... is it as good as a $5 milkshake? ^^)
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Postby Morgan » 26 Apr 2007, 17:03

dude, it rules the $5 milkshake. that being said, i obviously haven't tried the shake... but i can't imagine it being better than that sandwich. i was pretty much joygasming everywhere while eating it.
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Postby AdmiralBarikir » 26 Apr 2007, 17:06

browncoat wrote:(Though... a $30 sandwich... is it as good as a $5 milkshake? ^^)


If the milkshake is manly. Then yes, it is as good as a $30 sandwich, Or you could make a $35 manly sandwich ;)
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Postby dark_realm » 26 Apr 2007, 17:08

can you please post the recipe? like exact amounts n shit :P
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Postby Tensen01 » 26 Apr 2007, 18:21

that has to be THE most delicious sounding Roast Beef Sandwich ever...

Speaking of sounds though... Seriously, tone down the "rubbing your meat" sounds... *shudders*
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Postby tak197 » 26 Apr 2007, 18:30

Morgan wrote:dude, it rules the $5 milkshake. that being said, i obviously haven't tried the shake... but i can't imagine it being better than that sandwich. i was pretty much joygasming everywhere while eating it.


Hope you cleaned that up pretty quickly. As for the roast, I'm manly enough to eat it without the bread. So what if it's charred? Don't manly men like fire and destruction?

But I think I have you beat out on the $30 sandwich/$5 milkshake debate. I paid about 7 dollars for a special dinner at the commons, which was all you can eat ribeye, lobster tail, cedar plank salmon, chocolate fondue, and at least three fucktons of shrimp. Well, in cash is cost 21 bucks but it was 7 dollars on the meal plan.

I blew my gastronomic wad multiple times, which is the only multiple gasm a man will ever achieve. Not even Morgan (who should NOT attempt to find out, cuz he may try to leave the house afterwards and collapse on the floor).
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Postby The Happy Friar » 26 Apr 2007, 19:12

that is being made by me this weekend. Except it won't burn (hope not anyway. covering shouldn't burn, to much). And I'll add pepper jack cheese (after it's out of the oven). And it will either be a smaller piece of beef (can't spend $30 on me alone, everyone else would starve!) or it will be GOAT (got a lot of that, just need to see if I have a roast). Or perhaps pork/ham. Wrapped in bacon. Add horseradish.

damn. i'm hungry. :(
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Postby Stephen_S » 26 Apr 2007, 19:25

That was hilarious. Truthfully, once you implied that you overcooked it, I expected you guys to give it to Bill to eat.
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Postby JesterJ. » 26 Apr 2007, 19:30

That was hilarious. Great job guys. God that looked so incredibly burnt..but SO GOOD! And yes, having trouble fitting your mouth around it IS a good thing!

Some pepperjack cheese does look like it would have been good though.
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Postby YamaroV2 » 26 Apr 2007, 20:35

Morgan, I will pay you fifty dollars to serve me that sandwich.

And make some man fries, for crissakes. I've got my chequebook ready.

EDIT: I'm not kidding.
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