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Château d'Yquem
Posted 10/17/08
fuck that i'd rather drink champagne
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Posted 10/17/08

You can use wine for gourmet cooking. As I have stated, Chateu d'Yquem can be used for flambeing suzette-crepes.

Drinking wine in some formal dinner can clean your palate; thus, enabling you to enjoy your food more.

Red Wine is also good for the heart.


Umm..what? So you burn food with wine to make it taste better?
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Posted 10/17/08

zen03y wrote:


You can use wine for gourmet cooking. As I have stated, Chateu d'Yquem can be used for flambeing suzette-crepes.

Drinking wine in some formal dinner can clean your palate; thus, enabling you to enjoy your food more.

Red Wine is also good for the heart.


Umm..what? So you burn food with wine to make it taste better?


You seem funny.
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Posted 10/17/08 , edited 10/17/08

mikomiko123 wrote:


zen03y wrote:

Umm..what? So you burn food with wine to make it taste better?


You seem funny.


Funny? Flambe means fire, doesn't it? How do people fire food?
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Posted 10/17/08
Fuck that, Drink Beer.
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Posted 10/17/08
Neat. I want to try it now.
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Posted 10/18/08 , edited 10/18/08
woah..
nvr heard of it before!
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Posted 10/18/08 , edited 10/18/08

zen03y wrote:


mikomiko123 wrote:


zen03y wrote:

Umm..what? So you burn food with wine to make it taste better?


You seem funny.


Funny? Flambe means fire, doesn't it? How do people fire food?




Yay! We are "firing" food since zen03y doesnt know how.












Wikipedia:
Flambé (also spelled flambe; pronounced /flɒmˈbeɪ/) is a cooking procedure in which alcohol (ethanol) is added to a hot pan to create a burst of flames. The word means flamed in French (thus, in French, flambé is a past participle; the verb is flamber).


I don't want to flame you because you are a media mod, and I like the CR media mods. But seriously, you either are an idiot, or that you are mocking me. So which one is it?
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Posted 10/18/08
haven't tried that,...
but I like drinking wine.. =)
it has to be cold though.....
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Posted 10/18/08
Tried it...
Tastes like any other wines out there...
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Posted 10/18/08
Holy fudge! Some of it are worth hundreds/thousands of pounds!It must be something special then.
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Posted 10/18/08

mikomiko123 wrote:



Yay! We are "firing" food since zen03y doesnt know how.


Wikipedia:
Flambé (also spelled flambe; pronounced /flɒmˈbeɪ/) is a cooking procedure in which alcohol (ethanol) is added to a hot pan to create a burst of flames. The word means flamed in French (thus, in French, flambé is a past participle; the verb is flamber).


I don't want to flame you because you are a media mod, and I like the CR media mods. But seriously, you either are an idiot, or that you are mocking me. So which one is it?


Yeah, I've seen people "flambe" food, but I never knew they used alcohol to do it...and the way Will Smith in Prince of Bel Air used the term made me confused
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Posted 10/18/08

zen03y wrote:


mikomiko123 wrote:



Yay! We are "firing" food since zen03y doesnt know how.


Wikipedia:
Flambé (also spelled flambe; pronounced /flɒmˈbeɪ/) is a cooking procedure in which alcohol (ethanol) is added to a hot pan to create a burst of flames. The word means flamed in French (thus, in French, flambé is a past participle; the verb is flamber).


I don't want to flame you because you are a media mod, and I like the CR media mods. But seriously, you either are an idiot, or that you are mocking me. So which one is it?


Yeah, I've seen people "flambe" food, but I never knew they used alcohol to do it...and the way Will Smith in Prince of Bel Air used the term made me confused


Ows. I am so sorry for being very defensive. Waheheh. XD
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Posted 10/18/08
it sounds yum yum yum
Posted 10/23/08
wow.. not worth it..
what about crystal.. its crap compared to this..
i rather buy a ps3 than drink it and let it out in my system..
after a few hours..
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