MaxOfMetal's Post Deemed "Dickish"

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  1. Bodes

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    Sure. What ever you need. Uncle Bodes is here for you! :lol::lol::lol:
     
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    good. i think i'm ready.
     
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    Question from someone who doesn't/never will eat seafood: would oysters in a pizza be any different than clams?
     
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    New Haven style white clam pies are pretty good tbh, though those are traditionally pretty light on cheese.
     
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    Ädelost, obviously. Served on gingerbread.

    Vikings man, they know how to party.
     
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    Mozarella, unless on a pizza, is a rubbery, tasteless ball that should be used for anything else than eating :D.

    Even though I can't stand most fermented, mouldy and stinky French cheese, after 5 years in France I'd occasionally get cravings for Camambert or Brie. Just because some people left their cheese to long and in a cave, it went bad and had to it eat it anyway because they were starving, does not make it high quality cheese (French people are going to just looooove me :D).

    But I love me some Gouda, Edam, some types of Cheddar (more mature), Pecorino, Parmigiano, Feta, Kasseri (Kaşar), Kefalotyri and a few more I forget.
     
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    all cheese is best cheese. except cheap blu cheese.
     
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    Heretic! Exactly like blue jokes and blue movies, blue cheese is the best.
     
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    good complex blu cheese is good. the cheap stuff is just like a smelly sock.
     
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    Ah, that's alright then. Carry on!
     
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    25 pages. Did we determine if Max is a dick?
     
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    I forgot about paneer! Love me some palak paneer.
     
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    Yet to be determined. Both sides have made some compelling arguments. Check back in 25 more pages.
     
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    I tried. I really tried to keep up. Then some bastard said something about dates on pizza and I had to take a knee. Before I could get up I read somebody hated blue cheese on a burger and the next thing I know I'm at the end of the thread, stunned, and confused. WTF, people?
     
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    Normally, I'm also not a big fan. But, have you tried mixing fresh Mozzarella with some sliced tomato and basil? Add a little salt, pepper, drizzle of olive oil. Mama mia!
     
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    Quality fresh mozzarella melted over a big juicy burger is underappreciated. Really nice mouthfeel.
     
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    The salt, pepper, and olive oil are what you are tasting. The cheese is just for chewing.
     
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    I went into the mountains for three days, glad to see y'all still at it.

    I grew up on an island, I love eating raw oysters. I have even eaten raw oysters at the local chinese buffet that gets closed semi-regularly for health code violations. I'm not recommending or endorsing that kind of decision making, but we were all (more or less) drunk 22 year olds once.

    This seafood place around here used to do these oyster shooters, you'd get a fresh oyster and a dollop of house made cocktail sauce with a shot of house horseradish vodka over it. It must not have been very popular because they're not on the menu anymore but holy shit were they amazing.
     
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    I don't mind oysters raw, but I prefer lightly pan frying them, then serving on a saltine cracker with horseradish and tabasco. Also, a New Year's Eve tradition is making a cream-based oyster stew that'll knock your socks off.
     
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