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>go out for a nice meal
>the place is known for top notch local ingredients at the peak of seasonal perfection
>wine happens, it's great
>first course shows up, it's great
>second course materializes, it's great
>dessert appears and disappears, was great
>time for the espresso
>it's either lavazza, or some shit from a pod
How do we put a stop to this, /ck/?
Meats of Germany
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I'm at work making pizzas with themes of cuisine from all around the world, and right now I'm trying to map out how to make a monster pizza with the theme of German cuisine.
The problem is, German cuisine's meat asile is very involved, and I'm having a hard time mapping exactly what kinds of meats I should be putting on to it.
My idea is that I want 5 meats that could compliment each other on the same dish, and I want each meat to come from a different part of modern day Germany.
I also don't want to put fish on it. I'm making it with my mother and father in mind, and they're not fond of fish. I am, but they are not.
As of yet, I have found two meats I would like to put on, and they are:
1. Weisswurst (From Munich, Bavaria)
2. Frankfurter (From Frankfurt, Hesse) (Hot Dogs are not to be used)
This leaves three more meats that I need filled out. I'd like one from Northwestern Germany/Hamburg/Schleswig-Holstein, one from Saxony (in East Germany), and another from Brandenburg/Berlin/Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.
I just don't want the meat to come from the same area.
Do you cu/ck/s have any ideas?
Also, I'm not going for any multi-cultural Angela Merkel progressive tanned-German Antifa Halal ass food like Currywurst or Döner.
I want the foods to be traditional fare that got the Germans of old to keep going about their days on, and fighting on.
Pic sort of related, its my previous Russian Orthodox Pizza that I posted here a few days ago. These pizzas are an ongoing project.
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So, I'm a new cook, I started living by myself 3 months ago, and I bought 12 chicken breasts in vaccum for like 4 dollars maybe 6(euro here) and since chicken breasts don't have a lot of natural flavor I did a marinade right now, I used:
Black pepper, oregano, hot sauce, soy sauce and garlic, do you guys have any idea of how is that going to taste?, I didn't use a lot, but can you honestly tell if that was a good marinade? I didn't had a lot of seasoning laying arround so I just took what I had and shoved it in the bag with the chicken