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Quote from: mongers on November 26, 2022, 08:07:44 AMQuote from: Syt on November 25, 2022, 10:25:12 AMBrian Eno shilling for cat food...snip..Hah, Hah, you fell for it Syt; it's actually an ad for Eno late 1970s series of airport ambient albums - Purina vols. 1-7.
Quote from: Syt on November 25, 2022, 10:25:12 AMBrian Eno shilling for cat food...snip..
Quote from: Josquius on November 24, 2022, 03:44:26 PMSurprised the UK holds so steady. I've read much that suggests gen z don't drink.This suggests someone on the other end is picking up the slack.
Quote from: Iormlund on November 27, 2022, 11:54:13 AMI feel like other metrics would probably be more useful for alcohol consumption. Ten liters a year could mean both a glass of wine with your meal, or heavy binging on weekends. And I would think the health impact of the latter would be much higher than the former.And as you say a lot of people who rarely drink might mask a significant amount of heavy drinkers.
Quote from: celedhring on November 28, 2022, 07:42:22 AMSo, Spanish twitter is having an "Italians yelling at food" moment because Homer put chorizo in his paella in one recent The Simpsons episode Putting chorizo in a paella is utterly disgraceful, mind. It's too strong and will overwhelm the other ingredients.
Quote from: Tamas on November 28, 2022, 08:04:21 AMThis reminds me: is "real" chorizo also drastically sub-par to Hungarian salami, or is it just the British supermarkets versions of it?
Quote from: Admiral Yi on November 28, 2022, 08:25:40 AMI thought chorizo was originally Mexican, no?Here it's all minced, not like salami at all.
Quote from: Tamas on November 28, 2022, 08:42:18 AMAh so its more like a sausage than salami then?Which means it is inferior to these, then: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hungarian_sausages
Quote from: The Larch on November 28, 2022, 08:31:41 AMQuote from: Admiral Yi on November 28, 2022, 08:25:40 AMI thought chorizo was originally Mexican, no?Here it's all minced, not like salami at all.Mexican chorizo is based on the Spanish one, but it's done in a different way. Spanish chorizo (and Portuguese Chouriço) are made with chopped pork meat and cured with paprika. The Mexican one is minced, cured with chili and might include other meats different than pork. Also, AFAIK, Mexican chorizo is meant to be cooked, while with Spanish chorizo it depends, with some kinds being eaten raw on its own and others meant to be added to other dishes.
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