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Old 4th June 2012, 07:27 PM   #1041
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That looks good. How are the Crawdads done?
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Old 4th June 2012, 07:33 PM   #1042
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Boiled with vegetables (fried first in butter), spices and alcohol.
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Google wants to spell it Kotlety. Either way they remind me of the kind of thing Grandma used to make.

EDIT: Now I see - Kotleta is the ground meat and Kotlety is the patty from it.
It is Kotleta
They are Kotlety

Elnlish form would be Kotleta for one, Kotletas for many.

Kotletas (Kotlety) are made from ground meat with added ingredients like onion, yolk, bread, salt, pepper, etc...

Here is an example, Tesha's kotlets (Mother-in-law's Kotlets) Google Translate
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That sounds... appealing. Do they plant maggots into the meat as well for that extra textural kick?
Is the Corsican maggot cheese on the list of edible (as long as the maggots have fled of course)?
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Right after I'm done that special predigested coffee.
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Right after I'm done that special predigested coffee.
Predigested coffee is called "Vivarin". RTFM.
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Ya gotta wonder about the java junkie that discovered that!
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Thanks, I know now what Billy Joy meant when called the language Java. It is pre-digested language.
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I was thinking of feeding the dog coffee beans, never know (and easier logistics).
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