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    You still Cavemanning it?

    Ever check out the laab? (Thai meat salad?)

    Also, I had Ethiopian Kit Fo recently: its raw beef marinated in clarified butter and spices. Fucking AMAZING. Highly recommended.

    Ethiopian friends tell me its the quintessential Ethiopian dish (warriors used to eat it before battle) and I can see why.

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    Dude, Cullion is all about laab. I think he mentions it at least once every 24 hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zendetta
    You still Cavemanning it?
    Except for alcohol and high-cocoa dark chocolate, yeah.

    Ever check out the laab? (Thai meat salad?)
    Oh hells yeah.

    Also, I had Ethiopian Kit Fo recently: its raw beef marinated in clarified butter and spices. Fucking AMAZING. Highly recommended.

    Ethiopian friends tell me its the quintessential Ethiopian dish (warriors used to eat it before battle) and I can see why.
    I had a meal at an ethopian/eritrean restaurant about 18 months ago, it was all about egg, meat stew and a massive egg-pancake you folded around the meat stew and chopped boiled eggs and shoved in your mouth. The 'momma-san' who ran the restaurant kept coming to my table with a big smile on her face and breaking off a chunk to feed to me by hand. I think she had a thing about watching 'heavy-set' guys eat.
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    Todays food was a plum-tomato salad, bananas, oranges and apples, raw nuts, zero-additive cold cuts of roast beef, canned herring and red wine. No calorie counting, just as much of each as I wanted until I was sated.
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    Kinky. Ethiopian food must of course be washed down with Tej (honey wine). Go back and get the Kit Fo!!! I steered you right on the laab, yes?

    A caveman like you will LOVE Kit Fo.

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    The laab is pure and true. I can't get back to that restaurant easily as it's in London and I only do nights out in London a couple of times per year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Olorin
    That sounds good. What do you marinate in?
    filipino soy sauce (i don't know if there's a difference), malt vinegar, worchestershire sauce, and some sliced garlic. it's a variation on filipino adobo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Olorin
    That sounds good. What do you marinate in?
    Picture tiem!!!

    oven pre-heated, ready to go in

    time to flip em

    done! total cooking time = 18 mins

    cleaning the pan (i <3 shallots)

    complete!
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    i just read this thread title as "let's cook some stress". i was only a little disappointed.

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    Speaking of African food, I personally love Banku, which is a Ghanaian dish of a kind of corn dough served with a kind of soup / stew that usually has beef and / or fish. You take a pinch of the corn dough with your hand, dip it in the soup, and consume.

    No clue how easy it is to make, but one of you should figure out how and then cook it for me.

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