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    Ah, a new day; the stench is no more.

    Quote Originally Posted by defrabbit View Post
    perhaps The Powers That Be are trying to nudge you towards freshly
    made b-batter, fish bollocks or otherwise, so as to fully appreciate the
    crispiness that comes from carbonation (which is unlikely to remain in
    something cooked and reheated).
    True, thinking back I've had beer battered stuff and liked it. These also may have been thawed/refrozen along the way to sale etc. Gak.

    While being a joyful beer drinker I've never liked dark or stout beer, that's part of it too. Give me a light pilsner, I don't see how people can drink those dark concoctions. And then Europeans drink it warm! How can they do that? LoL My German friend - who drinks beer cold - says warm beer is for taste, so you can sense the delicate flavors.
    I say Bah, who drinks beer for flavor? He laughs and makes reference to 'uncultured Rednecks'; I counter with 'At least we're smart enough to drink cold beer' he comes back with 'You wouldn't know beer if it fell on you from the sky' I then say "How 'bout if I swim over there and pummel you with warm cans of beer, you fuck!'
    It's always fun talking to Hartwig.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BondJmsBond View Post
    And then Europeans drink it warm! How can they do that?
    The Brits doing it but i drink my beer ice cold.I have never met a german who loves warm beer.That's just disgusting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toto View Post
    The Brits doing it but i drink my beer ice cold.I have never met a german who loves warm beer.That's just disgusting.

    Aha! Thank You Toto, I think Hartwig was yanking my chain, as he thinks it is a fun thing to do.

    Question: Do the bars, pubs, restaurants etc. in Germany all serve cold beer, or do some places offer it warm?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BondJmsBond View Post
    Question: Do the bars, pubs, restaurants etc. in Germany all serve cold beer, or do some places offer it warm?
    You will not survive one day if you serve warm beer.
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    hotdogs.



    My current condiment of choice for hotdog (and sausage) is spicy
    tomato relish, which is strange, as I don't generally like things like
    relish or chutney.

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    I had some



    which doesn't really taste like creme egg at all.

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    i will grill some marinated chicken thighs. Oh Boy!

    My old tabletop grill, which I bought for $9.99 and has lasted for at least 10 years, suddenly met it's end when I tried to move it. It was pretty much rust held together by paint.

    Meet my new little friend Joe:
    https://www.amazon.com/Weber-10020-S...HYYTFIVPWUY6Q&

    It's built sturdy with thick metal and heavy grills; adjustable vents on both body and lid.

    I had the procedure down with the old one so I could cook perfect steaks etc., now I will learn how with this one.

    Good fun

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    got a nice slab of smoky ham and have been eating a absurd
    amount of ham and cheese toasted sandwiches.

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    Every once on a while we get on a grilled ham and cheese bender around here, so there is no such thing as an absurd amount.
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    I'm trying to catch up with the guys for my absence from the kitchen.
    Night before (Tuesday) was homemade biscuits w/ hamburger gravy, mashed potatoes, corn and a lackluster store bought apple pie.
    Last night (Wednesday) was soft and crunchy tacos, refried beans w/ lots of cheese, green beans & grapes.
    Today I'll be cutting up potatoes for potato soup and I've got french bread for the garlic toast.
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