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December 28, 2010 2:43 PM   Subscribe

Alie & Georgia have an unusual culinary hobby.

Alie & Georgia mix cocktails, which is not unusual these days. But Alie & Georgia have a special knack for mixing with meat.
posted by chairface (13 comments total) 7 users marked this as a favorite

 
Should have searched on mcnuggetini. My bad. Still, the videos are new.
posted by chairface at 2:47 PM on December 28, 2010


With a one sentence FPP like that, I was convinced it was going to be those people that love to cook with placenta. Boy, am I relieved that they just put meat in a blender.
posted by sourwookie at 2:50 PM on December 28, 2010 [3 favorites]


I too was expecting something equally horrific. You've already got the two girls...
posted by leotrotsky at 2:51 PM on December 28, 2010 [1 favorite]


That French sounding music added a nice touch to that short (NOT the Food Channel) video.
posted by tustinrick at 3:00 PM on December 28, 2010


"Like someone came along and chewed your lunch for you."

I love it! Subscribed.
posted by pilibeen at 3:24 PM on December 28, 2010


about ten years ago, I was at a friend's house after we had gone skydiving to celebrate his birthday and slicing up bits of a pork loin to use in a curry, when our friend asked, "hey, do you mind reserving a bit of that loin?"

"sure, what for?"

"I wanna put it in some vodka and try to do a pork infusion."

and, hey, it was his birthday so I would indulge him in it. A few months later, the infusion experiment was completed and decanted and he made martinis with it. It pretty much tasted like liquid bacon. That pretty much kicked off a year long series of infusing kentucky fried chicken (wretched), peeps (surprisingly underwhelming), mashed potatoes (needed a do-over) as well as more mundane experiments like habanero, and various fruits.

which is to say ... McNuggetini as a chocolate white russian with barbecue garnish? whatevs. Call me after you've infused salmon into grain alcohol and sorted out a proper combination with sake, mead and blood orange bitters to craft a Salmon Teriyaki cocktail. Call it the Tsukiji.
posted by bl1nk at 4:15 PM on December 28, 2010 [2 favorites]


But their "bloody" cocktail doesn't involve blood! And I DEMAND BLOOD.
posted by evidenceofabsence at 4:26 PM on December 28, 2010 [2 favorites]


"If you had a bad day you may want to use a little more."
"But if you had a good day, use a little more."
posted by artificialard at 5:48 PM on December 28, 2010


Pshaw. Needs more HIV-positive menstrual blood with rubidium chloride-brined kumquats.
posted by benzenedream at 11:59 PM on December 28, 2010


I have fond memories of the time I went to a schnitzel-cooking party with a friend whose favourite drink was a home brand supermarket "chocolate bavarian" dessert put in a blender with half a litre of Farmer's Union Iced Coffee. Needless to say at some point someone decided that it would be a good idea to add a schnitzel to the bavarian thickshake before pressing "blend".

I didn't try it, but now I kind of wish I had. Apparently it tasted like cardboard.
posted by A Thousand Baited Hooks at 12:49 AM on December 29, 2010


This seems like as good a place as any to mention that I am SHOCKED, SHOCKED, that I can find no recipe for a cocktail involving ranch dressing. I know it must exist, and I will find it.
posted by Captain Cardanthian! at 3:02 PM on December 29, 2010 [1 favorite]


Bon Jovi's Kitchen

One shot of Jagermeister
A little bit of ranch dressing
posted by benzenedream at 3:47 PM on December 29, 2010 [1 favorite]


Too fancy. I use Ragu, Smirnoff, garnish with pepperoni and add a swizzle stick carved from a Slim Jim.
posted by Ad hominem at 12:30 AM on December 30, 2010


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