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  1. Account suspended
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    24 Jan '18 00:59
    Inspired by Travel Channel about burgers from all of the world...
    Do you remember fairy tale "Nail Soup" or "Stone soup" in which poor soldier or a tramp deceives old inhospitable woman by story of stone soup, and at the end he takes stone out soup and get his meal?

    Well, how about a Stone Burger...?

    - caramelized onion, slow cooked, with vinegar, sugar, honey and white pepper

    - baked paprika (or use bottled)

    - pickles

    - letuce salad

    - pickled rotebete

    - blue cheese

    - mayonnaise seasoned with fish sauce and few drops of soy sauce

    - tomato cut in slices

    - provancal sauce in bottle or cheap ketchup

    - honey mustard

    - crispy baked bacon.

    Now, fill pita bread or burger buns with above mentioned les delicies.
  2. Subscribercoquette
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    24 Jan '18 05:43
    Originally posted by @vandervelde
    Inspired by Travel Channel about burgers from all of the world...
    Do you remember fairy tale "Nail Soup" or "Stone soup" in which poor soldier or a tramp deceives old inhospitable woman by story of stone soup, and at the end he takes stone out soup and get his meal?

    Well, how about a Stone Burger...?

    - caramelized onion, slow cooked, with vinega ...[text shortened]...
    - crispy baked bacon.

    Now, fill pita bread or burger buns with above mentioned les delicies.
    Nailed it!
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    24 Jan '18 06:34
    I think that there's something fishy about this.
  4. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    26 Jan '18 05:47
    Originally posted by @vandervelde
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    Do you remember fairy tale "Nail Soup" or "Stone soup" .
    Apparently this inspired General Patten too.
    His "Stone soup method" of attacking enemy (without appropriate resources).
  5. SubscriberKewpie
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    26 Jan '18 06:25
    How to cook a galah:

    Get yourself a nice fresh Galah or Cockatoo.
    Put a 20 litre drum of water on the fire to boil while you are plucking and cleaning it.
    When the water is at a good rolling boil throw in the Galah, some mixed herbs, worcestershire sauce, a clove or 2 of garlic and an axehead.
    Keep boiling until the axehead goes soft, then throw away the Galah and eat the axehead.

    This is a well-known Australian recipe. 🙂
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