Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Ingesting with Tunsie

Because our friend Tunsie has a lot to say about food, I've created this spot for his mini-blogs. Read the comments below for all things gastronomically Tunsie.

27 comments:

tunsie said...

pizza should not b 2 dry it should have some oil on the top.that is if you go 4 the neopolitan but if you want a real pie it will have tomato sauce and topping but no more then 2 and it should be THIN.tunsie.tunsie.tunsie

tunsie said...

instead of buffalo wings which r customarily thrown in the deep fat. u should have dry rubbed strips of chicken breasts,which later can be dipped in a variety of sauces.tunsie,tunsie,tunsie

tunsie said...

if your doctor tells u it is ok.1 day a week just drink water,and don't eat anything all day.it is a humbling experience.tunsie.tunsie.tunsie

tunsie said...

mongolian grill has raw slices of chicken,beef,squid,shrimp and crab which u choose from then there r a variety of vegetables and noodles, then u choose from 5 sauces.the choices r cooked in front of u on a small grill.tunsie.tunsie.tunsie

tunsie said...

god gave us sardines,gifilte fish,olives.spinach kinishes,hot sauce,pickled turnips,smoked turkey and brie on baguettes,chiles,coffee,limes mineral water,wine,blintzes,yum cha[chinese steamed dumlings] because he loves us.tunsie.tunsie.tunsie

tunsie said...

god also gave us smelt,octopus,grillable vegetables,sushi[the real kind].passion fruit,roasted chestnuts,jewish apple cake,smoked salmon,apple flavored licorice,vegemite because why? he loves us tunsie,tunsie,tunsie

tunsie said...

authentic chinese food is called yum cha,it is comprised of dumlings which r filled with either chicken,pork,fish,and vegetables[for the vegans].the servers rotate the selections in 2-3 minute intervals,they r generally served in portions of 4.u share with your guest.they stop serving when u say when.tunsie.tunsie.tunsie

tunsie said...

the best pizza is served at Delucia's in Raritan,New Jersey it is thin and they have a million toppings.anyone would ask me why should I travel all the way to raritan 4 pizza you knucklehead,my reply 2 them is that life is 2 short.tunsie.tunsie.tunsie

tunsie said...

i amazed the people at the indian food fest in whitehall when i took my prized nephews and nieces to it.the people asked me how i got young children to eat indian food.I told them that i did not tell them it was indian,thai,chinese,etc. i told them it was chicken or beef or shrimp. i did not tell them ahead of time,you won't like this

tunsie said...

my niece is 11 years old and she made tortellini with pesto and chicken.her mum cut the chicken cause the knife was 2 sharp,and it was scrumptious. iasked her who taught her how 2 cook,and she said uncle you just know how.tunsie.tunsie.tunsie

tunsie said...

indian paratha bread is similar 2 authentic pita.it is differrent in that is is not separate while baking[pocket],but it is used the same way in eating.it is used as a scoop 4 picking up other food,like a spoon,only edible.tunsie.tunsie.tunsie

tunsie said...

the best cucumbers 4 salad is the seedless kind.i use them with red onion,oil and wine vinegar.and then i sprinle sumac over the top.i then make mini cucumber pita wraps.let me tell u after a few of them your tummy will thank u.tunsie.tunsie.tunsie

ajvar du jour said...

additionally noted gifts from god: tunsie and the internet. love and love. ajvar and hot lime relish also come to mind when considering particularly tasty gifts, of incontestably divine nature, friends of both pita and paratha. likewise schmearable upon a wrap.

wrap me up said...

tunsie, why is a wrap rolled up and a sandwich on a roll not called a smush?

tunsie said...

smush sounds like you dropped a brick on it,and it won't look appetizing to the eye.tunsie.tunsie.tunsie

two smushes said...

imagined dishes: the name smush, since i like it, would lend itself well to a dessert involving ice cream and warm cookies, thus alluding to a fun and participatory ingestion-action as opposed to any brick. and it wouldn't be ugly. even a princess would eat it. smush fish, on another note, could refer to a whole-flounder delicacy, as you know the poor flounder so long ago got smushed by a rock, but is yet highly edible, very much so with lime.

tunsie said...

my contention is that thai will outnumber chinese restaurants.I. think thai is more flavourful and less greasy.I also know that thai uses many more combinations of herbs in one dish[you can have something sweet and spicy at the same time].it makes for an interesting meal it is not always the same taste per bite.tunsie.tunsie.tunsie

tunsie said...

In Sydney.Australia[the capital of the world],there is a section of the city called Newtown.it is filled with art gallerys,cafes, and the only restaurants there r thai,about 40 of them.I ate in a few of them and the food was so diverse from one restaurant to another.tunsie.tunsie.tunsie

tunsie said...

In Sydney.there is a place called sydney fish market.part of it is auction for restaurants.It usually runs from 5am-10am.and whatever is left is cooked on the other side in a few cafes and the dishes r priced to sell.they don't keep the fish over nite.they will sell fish for 1 or 2 dollars AUD[about1.50U.S.]they have a few out door cafes with some slamming coffee.tunsie.tunsie.tunsie

tunsie said...

In sydney[the most beautiful city in the world],the fast food of choices is called meat pie.it is a flaky pastry in a dish,and they r filled with beef and vegetables.chicken and vegetables or if you r a vegan they also have ones stuffed with vegetables as well tunsie.tunsie.tunsie

tunsie said...

In sydney there is a patio on one side which overlooks the ocean on the other side is an aerial view of the city.you can't help but be moved by the view.sooooooooooo beautiful it will bring tears 2 your eyes.you never taught the world was this beautiful.life is 2 short.tunsie.tunsie.tunsie

tunsie said...

when I would go downtown in sydney from the mountain.i would stop at my auntie and she and I would walk to town with her shopping cart.we would go the produce store,then the butcher shop,as well as the fish store.and then we would have a rest at this really cool cafe 4 coffee then we would go back home.and i would take a nap[like a baby] and she would make dinner.life is 2 short.tunsie.tunsie,tunsie

tunsie said...

I went back 2 sydney 2 consecutive years,and i was at a cafe that i normally go 2,and the waiter brought me my usual.I told him i was away for 11 months,he asked me where did u go tunsie? i said america,his reply was. what did u do that 4?tunsie.tunsie.tunsie

tunsie said...

G-d gave us seedless cucumbers,sable,spicy horseradish.red zinfadel,bulgarian cheese.baked sweet potato slices,kugel,korean kim chee,chinese hot pot,halloumi cheese,chicken shawarma wraps,sweet pickle gherkins,because he loves us baby.tunsie.tunsie.tunsie

tunsie said...

G-d gave us seedless cucumbers,sable,spicy horseradish.red zinfadel,bulgarian cheese.baked sweet potato slices,kugel,korean kim chee,chinese hot pot,halloumi cheese,chicken shawarma wraps,sweet pickle gherkins,because he loves us baby.tunsie.tunsie.tunsie

miso hungry said...

a miso dressing is very nice, for leafy salad or for sauteed baked or roasted vegetable, like gobo or carrote. one would hope such delights might be found wherever one's kitchen is. or mouth. god gave us miso, i was told, because he loves us, and the art of dressing (salad), and all sorts of miso, too. i will pocket this comment now, grocery list for life.

queen baby said...

i like chocolate but i have to share it for it to taste any good.