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Title: Recipes
Post by: lised on August 24, 2006, 08:50:18 PM
Dear Zak
Can you please bring the recipe for vegetarian chilli beans?
Thanks! :D
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Krys TOFF on August 24, 2006, 09:44:25 PM
I think it's there => http://stunts.mine.nu/kaja/index.php?id=5&ord=&c=

All you have to do is translating it. ;D
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: JTK on August 24, 2006, 09:44:37 PM
Bonduelle Chillie Beans and Maize.  :) Take some Paprika and Tomatoes with it if you want, spice up with pepper and chillies, maybe use some sour cream to spice down...  ;)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: JTK on August 24, 2006, 09:46:54 PM
By the way, Zak, did you already taste the Matjes and did you like it...? Not everybody does because of the salty taste. 8)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: lised on August 24, 2006, 10:01:14 PM
thank guys! Are you sure it's exactly the same as Zak made?  :)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Krys TOFF on August 24, 2006, 11:10:54 PM
thank guys! Are you sure it's exactly the same as Zak made?  :)
No, I'm not sure. I don't speak Hunagrian. I just recognized the word "chili". ;D
But it seems to be the non-vegetarian version because I also recognized the word "bacon". ;)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: lised on August 24, 2006, 11:30:03 PM
thank guys! Are you sure it's exactly the same as Zak made?  :)
No, I'm not sure. I don't speak Hunagrian. I just recognized the word "chili". ;D
But it seems to be the non-vegetarian version because I also recognized the word "bacon". ;)

haha I see...well, ehm...thank you? :D
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Dinmor on August 24, 2006, 11:42:40 PM
I think it's there => http://stunts.mine.nu/kaja/index.php?id=5&ord=&c=

All you have to do is translating it. ;D

Oh yeah Zak (or other hungarians) can you pleease translate that?  :D
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Krys TOFF on August 25, 2006, 12:12:30 AM
Lise, this one is the good one :
Quote from: zaqrack 12th august 2005
sure, sure:

for 2-3 persons:

chop 1 big/2 small onions, fry it in a bowl
add the meat/tofu, about 300g, turn up the heat, roast well.
seasoning now: salt, lots of pepper, some chili/hot paprika
add the chili beans tins, about 700g should be together.
boil the whole thing together
if there was no souce inside the tin, add chili bean powder, 1 bag (maggi has it for example)
again boil for a while with heavy stirring
taste
add chili as you like
eat
first burn
second burn
;)

Taken from WSM2005 recipes topic (2nd page, but check the other recipes on 1st page too) => http://stunts.mine.nu/forum/index.php?topic=1396.15
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: lised on August 25, 2006, 12:29:47 AM
Thanks!  :-*
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Krys TOFF on August 25, 2006, 09:18:18 AM
Thanks!  :-*
YEEEEEPEEEEEEEEEEE !
Lised kissed me !
 ;D :D ;)

My pleasure, Lise. :-*
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: CTG on August 25, 2006, 12:20:20 PM
Jealous mode ON

GO BACK TO RACING (E.G. MOHACS), OLD PERVERSE FRENCHMAN!!! You could be the father of Lise with your age, so don't be pedo. :P (okay, okay, I just a need a kiss too from Lise  ;) )

Jealous mode OFF
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: DieselJoe on August 25, 2006, 02:58:09 PM
Vegetarians of all countries, unite!!! :D

Adding some maize and pepper (vegetable) would not be amiss! ;) Since the WSM last year, chili beans have become one of my favourite meals! :)

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EDIT: 500 POSTS!!!!!!11!1one B??????????FF!!! ;D
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: CTG on August 25, 2006, 04:32:48 PM
Tonight I'll cook chili beans. :D:D:D

Diesel Joe: man without meat is not a man. :P (kidding)

JTK: do you like the idea of a Stunts meat-ing? ;D
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Krys TOFF on August 25, 2006, 11:02:38 PM
Jealous mode ON

GO BACK TO RACING (E.G. MOHACS), OLD PERVERSE FRENCHMAN!!! You could be the father of Lise with your age, so don't be pedo. :P (okay, okay, I just a need a kiss too from Lise  ;) )

Jealous mode OFF

He, he, he...

/GRIN Mode ON

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 ;D
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: CTG on August 25, 2006, 11:41:54 PM
:P

I
Jealous mode ON

GO BACK TO RACING (E.G. MOHACS), OLD PERVERSE FRENCHMAN!!! You could be the father of Lise with your age, so don't be pedo. :P (okay, okay, I just a need a kiss too from Lise  ;) )

Jealous mode OFF

He, he, he...

/GRIN Mode ON

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/GRIN Mode OFF
 ;D

I got a kiss from Lise IN LIVE. Of course not that kind of... :)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: JTK on August 26, 2006, 01:48:09 PM
Stunts MEATing is great! ;D
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: lised on August 27, 2006, 02:34:26 AM
:P

I
Jealous mode ON

GO BACK TO RACING (E.G. MOHACS), OLD PERVERSE FRENCHMAN!!! You could be the father of Lise with your age, so don't be pedo. :P (okay, okay, I just a need a kiss too from Lise  ;) )

Jealous mode OFF

He, he, he...

/GRIN Mode ON

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/GRIN Mode OFF
 ;D

I got a kiss from Lise IN LIVE. Of course not that kind of... :)

??? No you did not!
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: CTG on August 28, 2006, 05:51:43 PM
Kiss on face. :)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: lised on August 28, 2006, 08:27:24 PM
Kiss on face. :)

Haha okay :) If that is a kiss, then I was quite slutty in Budapest  ;)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Akoss Poo a.k.a. Zorromeister on August 28, 2006, 09:07:08 PM
Kiss on face. :)

Haha okay :) If that is a kiss, then I was quite slutty in Budapest  ;)

If that was not a kiss, how is it called in English? Btw.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: CTG on August 28, 2006, 09:08:30 PM
I kissed Lise on the normal way too... then I had to wake up... :(
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Krys TOFF on August 28, 2006, 11:17:12 PM
Kiss is simple friendly kiss on the face.
French kiss, is a real kiss, with tongue play (but don't do it when you have a stopped nose).
Good things in life are often, if not always, French. ;D Salami is the only exception. :D
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: lised on August 29, 2006, 12:26:13 AM
Kiss is simple friendly kiss on the face.
French kiss, is a real kiss, with tongue play (but don't do it when you have a stopped nose).
Good things in life are often, if not always, French. ;D Salami is the only exception. :D

Haha no the they are not. How about Italian food?, German litterature?, English music, Vietnamese nature and so on :D
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: CTG on August 29, 2006, 01:22:27 AM
And Danish beauties. :)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: lised on August 29, 2006, 01:31:43 AM
 And of course: Hungarian vegetarian chilli beans  :) :P
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Krys TOFF on August 29, 2006, 08:48:14 AM
Quote from: lised
How about Italian food?, German litterature?, English music, Vietnamese nature and so on :D
Italian food ? Pizzas and spaghettis can't be compared to foie gras. Mozzarella and parmesan are nothing compared to French cheeses (see cheese topic in chat/misc part of the forum).
German litterature ? Stefan George or Rainer Maria Rilke are just bad copies of Arthur Rimbaud and Charles Baudelaire.
English music ? Yeah, that's good. Not all they do, but many things are good. Much better than almost all the French music to be true. I aggree.
Vietnamese nature ? I don't know. Sadly, I never left Europe... :-[
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: JTK on August 29, 2006, 11:17:52 AM
Rilke isn't German!
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: BonzaiJoe on August 29, 2006, 11:33:29 AM
Quote from: lised
How about Italian food?, German litterature?, English music, Vietnamese nature and so on :D
Italian food ? Pizzas and spaghettis can't be compared to foie gras. Mozzarella and parmesan are nothing compared to French cheeses (see cheese topic in chat/misc part of the forum).
German litterature ? Stefan George or Rainer Maria Rilke are just bad copies of Arthur Rimbaud and Charles Baudelaire.
English music ? Yeah, that's good. Not all they do, but many things are good. Much better than almost all the French music to be true. I aggree.
Vietnamese nature ? I don't know. Sadly, I never left Europe... :-[

Pizza and spaghetti and lasagne and the works completely rule over foie gras. French food is more varied and creative than italian food, but the basic italian brilliancies are just better on the whole.
German litterature: Baudelaire and Rimbaud are nice poets, but their works are of little importance compared to those of Hesse, Novalis, Nietzsche, G?ethe, Hoffmann, Kafka (yes I know he's not really german either).
English music: obviously...
Vietnamese nature: haven't been to Vietnam, but to China, where the nature was amazing, but it is too in some parts of France!

Anyway, it's not quite fair to put one country up against several others in this way
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: CTG on August 29, 2006, 12:34:59 PM
Quote from: lised
How about Italian food?, German litterature?, English music, Vietnamese nature and so on :D
Italian food ? Pizzas and spaghettis can't be compared to foie gras. Mozzarella and parmesan are nothing compared to French cheeses (see cheese topic in chat/misc part of the forum).
German litterature ? Stefan George or Rainer Maria Rilke are just bad copies of Arthur Rimbaud and Charles Baudelaire.
English music ? Yeah, that's good. Not all they do, but many things are good. Much better than almost all the French music to be true. I aggree.
Vietnamese nature ? I don't know. Sadly, I never left Europe... :-[

French cuisine? With snails? Brrrr.... Italy and pizza won.
Literature? Who cares? :D
Music? UK is the cradle of many great bands. France has only piano accordions.
Vietnamese nature? No please, I want to see Paris first.

Edit: camambert and brie cheeses are really great.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Krys TOFF on August 29, 2006, 03:21:26 PM
Quote from: CTG
French cuisine? With snails? Brrrr.... Italy and pizza won.
What is good in snails is the butter with herbs that is with it. Snails themselves are tasteless.
Same thing for frog legs. Their taste is like rabbit a few, but their main interest is the butter with herbs.

Quote from: CTG
Pizza and spaghetti and lasagne and the works completely rule over foie gras. French food is more varied and creative than italian food, but the basic italian brilliancies are just better on the whole.
More varied and creative. That's the point. Eating tomatoes on all recipes (pizza main ingredient, pastes or lasagne sauces) is not my way of life.
I like Italian food, don't misunderstand me, but I won't eat it every day.

Quote from: JTK
Rilke isn't German!
Really ? Damn ! :o

[quote author =Jacky]German litterature: Baudelaire and Rimbaud are nice poets, but their works are of little importance compared to those of Hesse, Novalis, Nietzsche, G?ethe, Hoffmann[/quote]
Or Marx & Engels... Ok, they were not poets. :D
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: lised on August 29, 2006, 04:06:45 PM
Quote from: CTG
French cuisine? With snails? Brrrr.... Italy and pizza won.
What is good in snails is the butter with herbs that is with it. Snails themselves are tasteless.
Same thing for frog legs. Their taste is like rabbit a few, but their main interest is the butter with herbs.

Quote from: CTG
Pizza and spaghetti and lasagne and the works completely rule over foie gras. French food is more varied and creative than italian food, but the basic italian brilliancies are just better on the whole.
More varied and creative. That's the point. Eating tomatoes on all recipes (pizza main ingredient, pastes or lasagne sauces) is not my way of life.
I like Italian food, don't misunderstand me, but I won't eat it every day.

Quote from: JTK
Rilke isn't German!
Really ? Damn ! :o

[quote author =Jacky]German litterature: Baudelaire and Rimbaud are nice poets, but their works are of little importance compared to those of Hesse, Novalis, Nietzsche, G?ethe, Hoffmann
Or Marx & Engels... Ok, they were not poets. :D
[/quote]

But could you eat french food every day?
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: JTK on August 29, 2006, 05:34:53 PM
Rilke isn't German!

About Rilke (from Wikipedia (http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rilke)):
Rainer Maria Rilke (* 4. Dezember 1875 in Prag, ?sterreich-Ungarn; ? 29. Dezember 1926 im Sanatorium Valmont bei Montreux, Schweiz, eigentlich Ren? Karl Wilhelm Johann Josef Maria Rilke) war ein ?sterreichischer Autor und einer der bedeutendsten Lyriker deutscher Sprache.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Krys TOFF on August 30, 2006, 10:26:33 AM
Quote from: lised
But could you eat french food every day?
Sure. Except pastes once (or twice) a week if you consider them all Italian, even without tomato sauce.
My last menus these days as far as I remember them :
yesterday evening : baked beans with tomato sauce (ok, not French food, it's UK recipe)
yesterday noon : the remaining part of the roasted chicken, with french beans (green long beans) cooked with garlic and parsley
monday evening : pastes with gruyere cheese roasted on the top (we call it "gratin" in French, I don't know if there's an English word for this)
monday noon : ham sandwich with butter and gherkins (French spirit of "fast food")
sunday evening : pancakes party, with Nutella and Chantilly cream. Children love this. ;D
sunday noon : roasted chicken cooked in the oven with salsify cooked with liquid fresh cream (cr?me fraiche in French)
saturday evening : pizzas (Oh, damn, some Italian food :D)
saturday noon : beef steaks with french fries
before that : I don't remember

For today noon, I have roasted potatoes cooked with onions previously fried, with Strasbourg sausages cooked with them.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: zaqrack on August 30, 2006, 11:23:57 AM
Yesterday I had some Estonian friends sleeping here, so we had a nice lecs? :)
today: eggplant stuffed with mushroom and bacon
from tomorrow: real Italian food in Rome ;)

yum :)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: lised on August 30, 2006, 11:33:12 AM
Quote from: lised
But could you eat french food every day?
Sure. Except pastes once (or twice) a week if you consider them all Italian, even without tomato sauce.
My last menus these days as far as I remember them :
yesterday evening : baked beans with tomato sauce (ok, not French food, it's UK recipe)
yesterday noon : the remaining part of the roasted chicken, with french beans (green long beans) cooked with garlic and parsley
monday evening : pastes with gruyere cheese roasted on the top (we call it "gratin" in French, I don't know if there's an English word for this)
monday noon : ham sandwich with butter and gherkins (French spirit of "fast food")
sunday evening : pancakes party, with Nutella and Chantilly cream. Children love this. ;D
sunday noon : roasted chicken cooked in the oven with salsify cooked with liquid fresh cream (cr?me fraiche in French)
saturday evening : pizzas (Oh, damn, some Italian food :D)
saturday noon : beef steaks with french fries
before that : I don't remember

For today noon, I have roasted potatoes cooked with onions previously fried, with Strasbourg sausages cooked with them.


Oh now it makes more sences to me...I thought you lived in Germany  :-[
Well it sounds good all of it. I haven't really tasted french food actually, but since I'm crazy about their cheese and redwine I think I will like it. I'll find something french to eat today :)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: JTK on August 30, 2006, 12:40:59 PM
from tomorrow: real Italian food in Rome ;)
Whow - have a good journey!

The day before yesterday:
- Breakfast German style (bread rolls, boiled egg, meat, cheese, marmalade, Coffee for my wife and tea for me)
- In the afternoon: Cheese cake baked by our neighbors with self-made raspberry sauce
- In the evening: Self made pizza with Italian air dryied ham and swiss cheese

Yesterday:
- Breakfast as above.
- Lunch: K?tt Bullar and Lachs at IKEA :D
- In the evening: Bread with different kinds of fish and seafood salads.

Today:
- Breakfast with JTK's very special omelett "Sir Lankan style"
- No lunch
- Early evening: JTK will cook some fresh fish, preferably some plaice like Scholle
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: BonzaiJoe on August 31, 2006, 11:09:45 AM
No lunch? JTK is a ghost!! Zak, delete his account.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: JTK on August 31, 2006, 12:23:20 PM
ROTFL ;D
Actually I had some slices of Salami... :D
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Mislav on September 05, 2006, 01:12:33 PM
All good things:

FRENCH kiss
GERMAN cars
ENGLISH music
RUSSIAN rulet
ITALIAN fooDball (sorry Krys:)
AMERICAN idiot (Green Day) hahaha
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Akoss Poo a.k.a. Zorromeister on September 05, 2006, 01:28:08 PM
and HUNGARIAN pina :D:D:D
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Krys TOFF on September 05, 2006, 03:57:05 PM
All good things:

FRENCH kiss
GERMAN cars
ENGLISH music
RUSSIAN rulet
ITALIAN fooDball (sorry Krys:)
AMERICAN idiot (Green Day) hahaha
EXCELLENT final joke. Well done Mislav. ;D
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: lised on September 12, 2006, 08:32:47 AM
I tried to do chilli beans yesterday...Since the forum was down I had to try to remember the things I saw Zak put in...Now I see I forgot sour creme and corn  ;D
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Akoss Poo a.k.a. Zorromeister on September 12, 2006, 10:00:53 AM
Sour cream is not needed in chilli beans. There are some ppl who use some sour cream to prepare chilli beans, but it's not needed. Moreover, in my opinion it's a sin to put sour cream in it. Totally kills the taste of the spices in it.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: BonzaiJoe on September 12, 2006, 01:25:39 PM
Kerek sz?pen egy tejf?l?
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: CTG on June 02, 2008, 12:28:15 PM
And I haven't mentioned my lecsó-chili beans hybrid yet... ;D
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Krys TOFF on June 02, 2008, 01:04:33 PM
All good things:

FRENCH kiss
GERMAN cars
ENGLISH music
RUSSIAN rulet
ITALIAN fooDball (sorry Krys:)
AMERICAN idiot (Green Day) hahaha
EXCELLENT final joke. Well done Mislav. ;D

And Russian Rulette is also the name of an Accept album if my memory is correct.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: JTK on August 09, 2009, 11:01:21 AM
Now I need the recipes fpr Lecso (again, I lost mine) and khachapuri! I'm hungry!  :P
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: zaqrack on August 09, 2009, 11:22:42 AM
here you go:

LECSÓ:

ingredients:
100g smoked lard
2 big onions
1 teaspoon paprika powder
pinch of salt
500g tomato
1kg paprika (yellow, thinner, accompanied  with some hot ones -experts can use only hot too. Avoid tasteless paprika from the Netherlands. The best for lecsó is Bogyiszlói paprika, which is slightly hot, however I doubt it is available outside Hungary:(http://www.hermesmag.hu/paprika%20bogyiszloiQ%20kiv.jpg)

preparations:
cut the lard in 0.5mm cubes, peel and chop the onion finely. Cut the tomato in eights, and the paprika in round slices.

process:
heat the lard so that the fat comes out. Add the onion and stew it stir it continuously until glossy. Remove from heat, cool for a minute, then add paprika powder and mix well. Add the sliced paprika, put over heat again and fry it for a minute while stirring continuously. Add the tomato, mix well, put some sale over the top, then cover and cook on low heat until it resembles a juicy stew.

ending:
its up to you as tastes differ. Possible common solutions:
- Eat it as it is with fresh white bread
- Cook some rice in the stew (you might want to use more tomato in this case for more juice)
- Add some sliced sasuage for 2-3 minutes in the end
- Add some sliced frankfurter/wiener for 2-3 minutes in the end
- Mix in some eggs, scrambled
- Accompany it with homemade "nockerln"
- Cook some pre-roasted (1min/side) and seasoned pork shoulder in the stew.

Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: JTK on August 09, 2009, 11:37:20 AM
Aaah, thanks! And you're right: It's hard to get good paprika here, but I'll try at a wholesaler.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: zaqrack on August 09, 2009, 11:44:15 AM
KHACHAPURI (Georgian Cheesebread):
excellent dinner for hungry people :)
recipe is for 4 persons

for the filling:
500g Georgian salty cheese. I used 250g cottage cheese and 250g salty cow's cheese
1 egg
Put this all in a food processor and mix, or use a fork if you have the patience to break the cheese :)  

for the pastry:
3dl yoghurt or 2.5dl milk (I recommend yoghurt)
1 egg
50g butter, soft
500g flour (all-purpose)
1 teaspoon sugar
1 teaspoon salt
1 pinch of soda-bicarbonate

mix this all well (should not be sticky, rather bread-like, or pizza pastry-like), and half it (the whole amount is too hard to handle). So this amount will be enough for 2 khachapuris, if there are only two hungry people, just half all the amounts, just as I did :)
  
You can either create filled khachapuri or an open-top one.
Filled: Roll the pastry out in a 5mm thick circle, put the filling in the middle, leaving the outher part of the circle untopped. Then cover the middle part by carefully folding the outer part on the top. Water your fingers and glue together the folded parts in the middle.
For the open-top one, create a boat shape resembling this picture:
(http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/8/80/Adjaruli_Khachapuri.jpg/300px-Adjaruli_Khachapuri.jpg)
with thicker sides and put the filling in the middle.

Bake it in a preheated oven (gas mark 8 for me, electric should be about 180-200 Celsius), until golden brown (should take about 15-20 minutes).

If you made the open-top version, put a butter cube on the top and serve. Real men can also put a raw egg on the top :). If you made the filled version, just slice as you slice a cake, and serve warm.

  
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: JTK on August 09, 2009, 12:21:59 PM
Aaaaaaaaaah great! Reminds me somehow of a heavier Version of Langosch.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Akoss Poo a.k.a. Zorromeister on August 17, 2009, 05:04:22 PM
The classic paprika:tomato ratio is 6:4 in many chef books, if I cook lecsó, I follow this guide or use 1:1. In my opinion, more onion is needed for 1.5 kgs of paprika-tomato mix, around 400-500 grams. Paprika powder doesn't suit lecsó, but some sliced hot paprika (dark green one) is definitely needed. I often eat lecsó with sausages, which I prepare in another saucepan, and I put it on my lecsó later, with its red fat.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: JTK on August 18, 2009, 08:36:16 AM
...I want it all... :-X
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Usrin on June 29, 2013, 11:31:23 PM
Thanks to this forum, I've prepared my first ever lecsó, and have had it for dinner! (My family is in Hungary for holiday, so I occupied the kitchen.) I'm fully satisfied with the result, although I had to use Dutch paprika. (I was too lazy to cycle 4 km to the shop where "normal" paprika is available.) Btw, based on the taste I could not distinguish it from an average paprika bought at a Hungarian market. Of course it was mild, so I couldn't make a hot lecsó.

As I like tomatoes more than paprika, I followed the 1:1 ratio. About the sausages, I also followed Akoss' version (prepared in another pan, then put on the lecsó at the end).

Next week, I'm attempting to prepare chili beans.  ;)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: zaqrack on June 30, 2013, 03:54:42 AM
enjoy the adventures in the kitchen :)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Usrin on July 03, 2013, 10:49:38 PM
enjoy the adventures in the kitchen :)

Thanks!

Chili beans were prepared this evening. I've had them for dinner - they became hotter than I expected, but of course it wasn't a problem. ;) (I hadn't tasted the canned chili beans before, thought they weren't hot, so added quite a lot of extra chili and pepper.)

Plans for tomorrow: heavy farting and firey ass on closet! Luckily, no colleagues will be in the office.  8)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: CTG on July 09, 2013, 09:37:11 AM
I'm surprised to see that after so many years spent in hostel, Usrin learns cooking only now.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Usrin on July 11, 2013, 03:15:30 PM
As a student I was too lazy, and I had no real need to cook. Those times I used to have lunch at the market hall close to the university (Fehérvári Road), where they had an incredible variety of relatively cheap and good meals. Moreover, cheap beer was available at the same place. But such places don't exist here.