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Lira
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Registered: Nov 2001
Location: Brasilia, Brazil and Manaus, Brazil

quote:
Originally posted by Jon_Snow
Lira there was a Brazlian food cart near my work today. What is “Beef Na Chapa”? I also noticed everything thing on the menu had meat in it except for the beverages. Why are Brazilians so blood thirsty?

Bife na chapa means "beef on the (hot) plate flat top grill". It's a way of grilling meat without the gaps you have in a grill... And what made you think there isn't meat in the beverages?

Jokes aside, it's like the whole country was run by cowboys of different flavours. Think of us as an assembly of Texans and Aussies - that's the place where I had to become a vegetarian


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wotyzoid
it's not house



Registered: Apr 2007
Location: New Jersey

True story, when I was maybe six or seven, I was in some remote part of the country in minas with my family and we were posted in some obscure little town square in the middle of the day and this guy comes out of the butcher shop and guts two huge pigs and dehairs them with a blowtorch in the middle of the street. Was pretty sick, probably did something to me.


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Jon_Snow
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Registered: Aug 2012
Location: RIP Mrs Brady

quote:
Originally posted by Lira
Bife na chapa means "beef on the (hot) plate". It's a way of grilling meat without the gaps you have in a grill..

Sounded exotic but isn't that how McDonalds cooks it's burgers?

quote:
Jokes aside, it's like the whole country was run by cowboys of different flavours. Think of us as an assembly of Texans and Aussies - that's the place where I had to become a vegetarian


I don't know how you do it, well in this case, don't. Honestly,I like meat but only as a small part of the meal. If I tried to become a vegetarian it would only make me want meat more. I really have come to enjoy vegetables more then I use to. I haven't had the same experience Kenny had but I do appreciate the impact to the environment, health, and to the lives of animals.

I have a really good recipe for beet salad if you'd like. I've been on a a bit of a beet kick lately.

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Lira
Be a Good One!



Registered: Nov 2001
Location: Brasilia, Brazil and Manaus, Brazil

quote:
Originally posted by wotyzoid
True story, when I was maybe six or seven, I was in some remote part of the country in minas with my family and we were posted in some obscure little town square in the middle of the day and this guy comes out of the butcher shop and guts two huge pigs and dehairs them with a blowtorch in the middle of the street.

Sound Brazilian, yup
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Originally posted by Jon_Snow
Sounded exotic but isn't that how McDonalds cooks it's burgers?

Yeah, I just didn't know how that grill was called (is it really just grill?). Also, the meat is cut in one piece, rather than the patty grilled at Maccas.
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Originally posted by Jon_Snow
I don't know how you do it, well in this case, don't.

Being allergic. I absolutely crave chicken nuggets, but ain't worth the price

As for the beet salad, BRING IT ON!!!


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wotyzoid
it's not house



Registered: Apr 2007
Location: New Jersey

flat top grill


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SYSTEM-J
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Registered: Sep 2003
Location: Leeds

As fate would have it, we went to a Brazilian rodizio on Sunday for our anniversary. I ate so many cuts of beautiful meat that I genuinely thought I might vomit into the river on the walk home.

I'm a big fan of Central and South American food in general. Brazilian, Mexican, Colombian, Peruvian, Argentinian... all amazing.


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Jon_Snow
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Registered: Aug 2012
Location: RIP Mrs Brady

I picked it up from chef Rory O'Connor

https://www.rte.ie/lifestyle/recipe...nate-and-honey/

I've simplified his to this:

1. Wash and peel skin off beets (one is good enough for one or two people)

2. Shred the beets. (use a hand grader)

3. Squeeze a fresh lemon in a bowl and add olive oil (50/50)

4. mix together with beets

It nice quick tasty dish with no cooking or pans to clean. Hopefully you have access to fresh beets.

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wotyzoid
it's not house



Registered: Apr 2007
Location: New Jersey

I cannot believe my eyes, IFK actually being useful. Lira has the midas touch.


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Silky Johnson
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Registered: Nov 2003
Location: It ain't where ya from, it's where ya at

IFK... I Fuck Kids??




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Registered: Feb 2010
Location: London

Survived another summer in Berlin (and became a Polish citizen).

Highlights:

-Bontan at Kater Blau
-Midland in the Garten
-Mall Grab in PBar
-Evan Baggs at Globus
-Ben UFO & Job Jobse at About
-Ben & Marcel at Berghain

And the dozens of other amazing artists who I had the privilege to hear.

So special, even though Berlin keeps transforming.

CDV was a regular hangout, and the Spree is as beautiful as ever.

Now in Krakow, and it's also beautiful. Love it.

Goals for the winter:

-Continue learning piano
-Continue learning German
-Continue learning the Technics

Hope to see you all soon

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Lira
Be a Good One!



Registered: Nov 2001
Location: Brasilia, Brazil and Manaus, Brazil

quote:
Originally posted by wotyzoid
flat top grill

Fixed, thanks!
quote:
Originally posted by SYSTEM-J
As fate would have it, we went to a Brazilian rodizio on Sunday for our anniversary. I ate so many cuts of beautiful meat that I genuinely thought I might vomit into the river on the walk home.

That's the right way to eat it, those cows die for our gluttony, so the least you can do is feast on their flesh in their memory. You did good!
quote:
Originally posted by SYSTEM-J
I'm a big fan of Central and South American food in general. Brazilian, Mexican, Colombian, Peruvian, Argentinian... all amazing.

It's weird that, apart from Argentina, I'd be hard pressed to tell you what people eat in neighbouring countries because there are so few Latin American restaurants around here.

I'd be surprised if you knew more about Peruvian cuisine than I do... Because all I know is that ceviche exists and my wife had lots of it in Japan
quote:
Originally posted by wotyzoid
Lira has the midas touch.

FLOWER POWER, BITCHES!

IGK has always posted some interesting stuff every now and then though.
quote:
Originally posted by Jon_Snow
I picked it up from an Irish cooking show by Rory O'Connor

Thanks! By the way, here's something I like very much that doesn't involve meat: Pão de queijo!



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wotyzoid
it's not house



Registered: Apr 2007
Location: New Jersey

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It happened by accident, I just left it. It felt right.


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