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Rather than reviving the Comfort Foods thread, I decided to start anew. :*

 

Who has some good tofu recipes? (Grilled sounds particularly good). :9

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< I once ate a tofu hot dog from Derek's ass. It's a recipe I highly recommend.

 

Frankly, that pathetic attempt at a smart remark is gross beyond belief. x(

 

You should be ashamed.

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The deli in the Whole Foods near where I live sells beef and broccoli. The beef is actually made from tofu, but I totally can't tell.

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>Frankly, that pathetic attempt at a smart remark is gross

>beyond belief. x(

>

>You should be ashamed.

 

It wasn't an attempt at anything; it was a truthful account of an actual event. And no, I'm not ashamed, but I do think I now prefer strawberries to tofu dogs. To each his own... :p

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Thank you, ROS, for returning this thread to a serious note. :*

 

I am wondering, however, how "beef is made from tofu." I'm thinking you mean the beef portion is actually tofu? }(

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Tofu is generally best used in the trash can. But I have a friend who does it this way.

 

* Cube the tofu in small cubes.

* Chop onions and garlic, heavy on garlic. VERY heavy on garlic.

* Sautee onions and garlic in olive oil so the oil is completely infused with the flavor of onions and garlic

* Add more oil to make a "sauce" and simmer

* Add tofu cubes for long enough to heat (and absorb)

* Pour the mixture over steamed broccoli (or other vegetable of your choice or in season) and toss to coat.

 

Serve with crusty bread to soak up the yummy garlic-infused "sauce"

 

If you notice the tofu at all, you didn't use enough garlic. ;-)

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>If you notice the tofu at all, you didn't use enough garlic.

>;-)

 

...After "How to Cook a Coot":

 

1. Put your coot in a pot with water and seasonings. Boil for a day.

2. Put a brick in the pot with the coot. Boil for another day.

3. Remove brick, boil coot a third day.

4. Throw away the coot and eat the brick.

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:-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-)

 

I have a simple recipe for Tofu!

 

Filipinos deep fry the Tofu squares until they are crisp and crucnchy. They cut the squares into mucnahble cubes

 

They prepare a mixture of equal parts of soy sauce and vinegar, seasoned with salt and pepper and spiced by lots of crushed garlic heads... and they marinate the Tofu in the mixture. The dish is ready to be savored after 15 minutes of being in the marinade.

 

I like thecrucnhy Tofu cubes on top of white rice.

 

I would like to tell you in advance...it is an acquired taste!

 

 

Macho888

 

 

:-) :-) :-) :-)

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