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Anonymous 11/15/14(Sat)13:19 UTC+1 No.5978614 Report

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OhfosDczTx4

more like this?
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Anonymous 11/17/14(Mon)14:12 UTC+1 No.5985195 Report

>>5984984

>REALLY common today

that seems like an exaggeration to me.

>>5984979

that's a heavy clay cooking vessel, not quite the same thing as one moulded around the ingredient itself.
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Anonymous 11/17/14(Mon)14:45 UTC+1 No.5985239 Report

>>5978614
all that drama to kill te fish
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Anonymous 11/17/14(Mon)11:16 UTC+1 No.5984984 Report

>>5983669
oh and its still REALLY common today. Actually used all time in both domestic and home kitchens and I used mine on Saturday to make a braise.
Maybe if you amerifats filled it with oil and used it as a deep fryer you would know what it is.
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Anonymous 11/17/14(Mon)03:43 UTC+1 No.5983814 Report

>>5983706
Thanks for the link!
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Anonymous 11/17/14(Mon)11:11 UTC+1 No.5984979 Report

>>5978614
>>5983729
fuck that gook shit.
http://www.scheurich.de/v2.0/pdf/Schlemmertopf_recipes.pdf
Its a schlemmertopf. Who doesnt know about these?
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Anonymous 11/17/14(Mon)03:18 UTC+1 No.5983729 Report

>>5983677

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4kV98qWLReA

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E1SghN-RR-Y#t=6m2s
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Anonymous 11/17/14(Mon)03:11 UTC+1 No.5983706 Report

Here's the blog of the real chef responsible for the food in Hannibal. Fascinating stuff!

janicepoonart dot blogspot dot com
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Anonymous 11/17/14(Mon)03:03 UTC+1 No.5983677 Report

>>5983669
>traditional technique in china with duck for instance
Do you have any videos of it?
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Anonymous 11/17/14(Mon)03:00 UTC+1 No.5983662 Report

>>5979789

i don't relate to this sentiment at all

i don't wanna be used like that
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Anonymous 11/17/14(Mon)03:01 UTC+1 No.5983669 Report

>>5981540

baking things in clay is not 'common' today but it's a traditional technique in china with duck for instance
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Anonymous 11/16/14(Sun)11:24 UTC+1 No.5981540 Report

Whoa I just watched the first episode and it looks really promising.
Anyhow, not to make this a shitpost I was wondering about his tecnique with the clay thing, is it really all that common? I know I make my tajine in a clay pot otherwise it's not the same flavor, but to mold the whole thing is brutal.

Thanks anon.
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Anonymous 11/16/14(Sun)12:16 UTC+1 No.5981591 Report

I miss tuning in to see this. Really a great series.
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Anonymous 11/15/14(Sat)19:04 UTC+1 No.5979401 Report

Long pork is best pork. Armin Meiwes approves of this thread.
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Anonymous 11/15/14(Sat)21:07 UTC+1 No.5979712 Report

>You will never have a kitchen like Hannibal
>You will never be as accomplished and refined as Hannibal
>You will never murder people and eat them
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Anonymous 11/15/14(Sat)21:48 UTC+1 No.5979789 Report

>>5979712
If I was going to be killed by a cannibal, I want to at least know I was prepared well. I'd hate to just be eaten like an animal.
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Anonymous 11/15/14(Sat)16:54 UTC+1 No.5978992 Report

Looks delicious
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