The best slimey foods.

Ludlow
#1
I like my fried eggs cooked over easy. Better that way as to sop your biscuit in the yolk. One drawback could be if you're at Denny's and another patron decides to blow their snoot while you're trying to enjoy sopping your biscuit. Another of my favorite slime foods is fried okra. Nothing better. Stillwell sold the best but I think they must have gone broke because I can't find it anymore. Churches Chicken sells pretty good take out okra but they're about it. I'll go to Churches just for the okra. Some people when preparing okra to fry choose to deslime it. I say leave the slime in. That's why okra is good. Canned asparagus is kinda slimey and I love it. Fried orange roughy is not slimey but is a member of the slimehead fish family. Those are the best slimey foods in my opinion . I've never had oysters but lotsa folks love them even though I hear they're as slimey as snot. Probably more slimey foods out there that people enjoy because we'll eat any fukkin thing.
 
Curious Cdn
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Raw Oysters
 
Ludlow
#3
Anchovies are pretty slimey
 
JLM
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#4
Quote: Originally Posted by LudlowView Post

I like my fried eggs cooked over easy. Better that way as to sop your biscuit in the yolk. One drawback could be if you're at Denny's and another patron decides to blow their snoot while you're trying to enjoy sopping your biscuit. Another of my favorite slime foods is fried okra. Nothing better. Stillwell sold the best but I think they must have gone broke because I can't find it anymore. Churches Chicken sells pretty good take out okra but they're about it. I'll go to Churches just for the okra. Some people when preparing okra to fry choose to deslime it. I say leave the slime in. That's why okra is good. Canned asparagus is kinda slimey and I love it. Fried orange roughy is not slimey but is a member of the slimehead fish family. Those are the best slimey foods in my opinion . I've never had oysters but lotsa folks love them even though I hear they're as slimey as snot. Probably more slimey foods out there that people enjoy because we'll eat any fukkin thing.


Clams are slimy and they are good too. F.Y.I. best way to do fried eggs, get the pan fairly hot and put about a tsp. of oil in the pan break the eggs into the pan and immediately add a tbsp. or so of water and put a tight fitting lid on and steam them for about 45 seconds and they are done.
 
Danbones
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#5
wild mushrooms, butter fried....
 
Ludlow
#6
Quote: Originally Posted by JLMView Post

Clams are slimy and they are good too. F.Y.I. best way to do fried eggs, get the pan fairly hot and put about a tsp. of oil in the pan break the eggs into the pan and immediately add a tbsp. or so of water and put a tight fitting lid on and steam them for about 45 seconds and they are done.

Isn't that called a poached egg JLM ?
 
Curious Cdn
#7
I just finished some soft boiled eggs with soldiers, a weekend favourite of mine.
 
Ludlow
#8
This is not healthy but my favorite way to fry eggs is to cook a bunch of bacon and use the drippings to fry the eggs in,
 
Curious Cdn
#9
Quote: Originally Posted by LudlowView Post

This is not healthy but my favorite way to fry eggs is to cook a bunch of bacon and use the drippings to fry the eggs in,

That is a very British meal.They will even fry some bread in the bacon drippings, afterward.
Last edited by Curious Cdn; Nov 27th, 2016 at 08:51 AM..
 
Ludlow
#10
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious CdnView Post

Tht is a very British meal.They will even fry some bread in the bacon drippings, afterward.

Yeah . Gives them a good taste. Eating fried foods all my life maybe has something to do with this dvt in my leg. Whataya gonna do.
 
JLM
#11
Quote: Originally Posted by LudlowView Post

Isn't that called a poached egg JLM ?


I would use a lot more water for poached, but I'm no expert when it comes to chefery.

Quote: Originally Posted by Curious CdnView Post

I just finished some soft boiled eggs with soldiers, a weekend favourite of mine.


Were the soldiers good eating?
 
Curious Cdn
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#12
Quote: Originally Posted by JLMView Post

I would use a lot more water for poached, but I'm no expert when it comes to chefery.




Were the soldiers good eating?

Indeed they were. You do know that soldiers are cut strips of toast for dipping in your egg yolk?

Old Joke: What is the difference between an Italian and his bread?

You can make soldiers out of his bread.
 
JLM
#13
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious CdnView Post

Indeed they were. You do know that soldiers are cut strips of toast for dipping in your egg yolk?

Old Joke: What is the difference between an Italian and his bread?

You can make soldiers out of his bread.


you learn something every day.
 

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