DiS meat eaters


#61

And if you’re cooking pieces of chicken that small for more than ten minutes, whatever method you use, then you’re doing it wrong.


#62

If you really need to cook it faster you can hammer it until it’s super thin. I’d still do what I said upthread though - fry and then finish in the oven. I think it’s the best option for time and not burning it.


#63

Maybe use it in place of garlic sauce in a kiev.


#64

You’re cooking a flattened chicken breast though. It’s made thin so it cooks quicker.

It’s like cooking a whole lump of tofu compared to a thin slice of tofu.


#65

I wouldn’t do this.


#66

A chicken kiev’s basicslly ground-down chicken brains and carcass breaded and injected with garlic.

You’d think it’d be horrible, but alas…


#67

The flatness essential dials up the cooking speed


#68

It’s got bumholes and eyelids in

so my dad says…


#69

A kiev is like a scotch egg of chicken with sauce in.

I understand what a breast is but not really how different it is to this nor a kiev in terms of size as I’ve only ever seen those adverts for mini kievs on the TV in the 80s.

Mate I was brought up vegetarian and I hate the smell of cooking meats. It’s not something I take any interest in


#70

Poetry


#71

you live in australia, mate


#72

kids are arseholes. my wife hates me saying that but it’s the truth.


#73

You’re NEVER seen a chicken kiev in a photograph or in real life for THIRTY YEARS?


#74

do you not just go “ah fuck it who gives a shit? they’ll eat when they’re too hungry to stop being a baby” or do you have to try super hard?


#75

They look like quorn kievs


#76

Here’s what I do with my little one who is I think pretty much the same age as yours

When I pick her up I bring a banana or apple or a box of raisins or similar & water. She knows that she gets that once we’ve left pre-school so she usually has no problems saying goodbye to her friends/making me hang around waiting.

So she has her snack and as soon as we’re outside the gates - which also gives her a regular routine‘decompression’ moment - and drinks her water on the way home

It also means that by the time we get home she starts getting her appetite back a little

When we get in the door, first thing is she has a pee & then washes her hands. This is VERY important - the low level physical stress of a half full bladder on top of an emptying stomach is nuclear strength blow up

So then we usually have a good 30-40 minutes before chronic hunger hits during which time either she helps me cook or does a drawing which keeps her perfectly calm until dinner is ready


#77

Or these badboys (quite nice):

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#78

Looks like hardened vomit


#79

^has got it nailed.

(I have written some of this down as I think it’s top parenting.)


#80

Fucking hell, mate. I’d sooner eat a plimsoll.