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Most of Marianski's book can be found here: http://www.meatsandsausages.com/    ​     ​     ​      There is also a good forum: http://www.wedlinydomowe.pl/en/
I just had left over chicken.....
@phatch There are a number of German sausage recipes in Marianski's book (don't have the exact title in my head, will be able to find it for you if you want). Also check out the recipes on Len Poli's site: lpoli.50webs.com
They look awesome! Wish I could have a bite or two (with a good glass of red wine)
It wasn't egullet but try this link: http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/903214   I have had a couple of Burmese dishes and I quite like them. But then, I like SE Asian food in general
If I remember correctly, there is a thread on egullet where some people cook a lot of the dishes from the book "flavors of burma". Hope that helps....
That croc was actually skinned and then cooked.Strange enough the pattern of the skin stayed visible....
Going back to alligators and crocs.......   An old pic  
Okay, it has been a very difficult decision! So many nice entries and a couple of new players as well   Remember, everyone is a winner! and I got some nice mince ideas out of this challenge.   Sticking out for me in this challenge were @Joyo's stuffed squid, @chefbuba's Cornish pasties and his burger, @ordo's stuffed pork flank & cottage pie, @Nate's fatty, @EverydayGourmet's N'duja, a dish I had never heard of before @Jarmo's biff lindstrom, @teamfat's raw...
Thanks all for participating. Some lovely entries! April fools day is almost over here and I will anounce the winner of this challenge shortly. I do find that the most difficult part of the challenge as it is soooo difgicult to choose.....
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