For those who eat meat , Do you prefer beef, pork, poultry or seafood?

by StoneWall 33 Replies latest jw friends

  • flipper

    FINALLY FREE- I hear you. My wife loves turkey bacon. So when I cook breakfasts on the weekend I make her turkey bacon and I eat the pig bacon. I know it's not healthy, but it's the only vice I have ! LOL! Peace out, Mr. Flipper P.S. Does Rocco eat meat at all ? LOL!

  • snowbird

    Seafood, poultry, beef - in that order.

    Pork is out because I'm trying to get my high blood pressure under control.

    I still crave it, though.


  • Finally-Free
    Does Rocco eat meat at all ?

    He takes bites of my meatballs, burgers, pork chops and stuffed peppers, but he gives me dirty looks if I'm eating chicken.


  • Leolaia

    I like all. But Korean BBQ I go for the beef, Texas/Louisiana BBQ I go for the pork, McDonalds sandwiches I go for the chicken, and Red Lobster I go for the crabby.

    Some people in this forum know that I can make a mean macadamia nut-encrusted mahimahi with a tasty caramelized onion/pineapple/vanilla bean sauce. Super yum and low-cal too.

  • AK - Jeff
    AK - Jeff

    Boy Leo - that sounds terrific. Can you give me the recipe?

    I love fish and chicken - I could go without beef at all if I wanted to - but hard to beat the occasional burger on the grill for me.


  • Leolaia

    Well, from memory you first crush the nuts with whatever you use and then put them in a small bowl, then put egg whites in another bowl, and flour in another, and you first put the fish in the flour, then dip it into the egg whites, and then roll into the macadamia nuts. Then put them on a rack and heat up the oven. Cook exactly at 400 degrees for 20 minutes. But wait on doing that because you've got that yummy sauce to make and that takes about an hour I think. You saute some butter over low heat and then add a cup of minced onion and you saute it very slowly for like 20 minutes until they're transparent. It is very essential to cook slowly to caramelize, and not to burn off those sugars. Then when the onions are transparent you add the diced pineapple (like a large can worth, cut into smaller pieces), and you slowly cook over low heat until everything is nicely browned. That takes about another 20 minutes. Then you add the rice vinegar and the pineapple juice from the can. Simmer that for about 10 minutes until it is thick and golden. Now you add vegetable stock and crushed ginger and bring up the heat to a boil. Take a vanilla bean and split down the middle and place it into the simmering mixture. Keep adding stock to prevent it from getting too thick or hot. Watch as the vanilla disperses little black flecks throughout the sauce. Simmer like this for about 15 or 20 minutes. This would be a good time to put the fish into the oven to cook. Then when the fish is done, take the sauce off the stove, remove the vanilla bean and pour it into a blender and blend for a few seconds until it is pureed. Then take the nut-encrusted fish out of the oven and serve on a plate. I would also make rice or bean noodles on the side (like the kind used in Pad Thai) with some asparagus maybe. Take the sauce and pour it over a serving of the rice noodles next to the fish and add some steamed asparagus. Bon appetit!

    I made this for Barbara Anderson and Joe and Jim Penton and Marilyn, and I think they liked it very much. I'm going to make it again next week when my cousin comes to visit.

  • PrimateDave

    I don't eat much meat anymore, but when I do it is chicken. Given a choice, though, my favorites are shrimp and scallops.

    Dave (mostly vegetarian )

  • leavingwt

    All of the above.

    I love all seafood. I love a grilled steak (ribeye). I'll eat basically any part of a pig. Chicken wings and turkey breasts are yummy. Ducks are tasty, too, but a little on the dark and greasy side. Quail are delicious and common here.

    I love lamb and goat, too. Venison and alligator are popular here.

  • ex-nj-jw

    All the above please and thanks!


  • Sunspot

    Broiled Scallops in garlic sauce is my very favorite meal! My second favorite is north Atlantic whitefish and I far prefer chicken to beef. I am crazy about the new Kentucky Grilled chicken.

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