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  • Dirty Steak.....

    This video was so cool I wanted to move it to recipe's and save it....cooking meat right on the coals.....


    Now....Who is going to be the first to post photos from their WFO?

    Julia Child was almost a god in my wife's household.....
    ...last year I mentioned her favorite cooking shop in Paris...
    E. DEHILLERIN : spécialiste du matériel de cuisine et ustensiles en cuivre, inox et fonte - Téléchargements : Téléchargements

    BTW......Julia's kitchen is in the Smithsonian Museum in DC
    Last edited by Xabia Jim; 04-09-2008, 11:31 PM.
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    Re: Dirty Steak.....

    I know of a boyscout leader who went to england and I guess that in british the word "fanny" is slang for vagina. Needless to say the fannypaks in the boyscout catalog were not a big hit. Let alone the fanny sauce which is refered to in the video.

    Kina like the cigarette/fag thing.


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      Re: Dirty Steak.....

      If you go to this site..about half way down through his food pics, he has a few pics doing a dirty steak from his WFO
      Wood Fired Brick Oven Tampa Food


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        Re: Dirty Steak.....

        I'm all for steak right on the coals. I mean after all we cook wet pizzas right on the not-always-immaculate oven floor. But caramel-onion-pepper sauce? You can move that to the disgusting food thread, as far as I'm concerned
        My geodesic oven project: part 1, part 2


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          Re: Dirty Steak.....

          Cool, XJ. Sounds yummy to me! Great vid too!
          Everyone makes mistakes. The trick is to make mistakes when nobody is looking.