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« on: August 20, 2009, 03:56:54 PM »

Can anyone from Team Nasser confirm?  Cheesy
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« Reply #1 on: August 20, 2009, 04:21:09 PM »

245 pounds with a gut.

yeah, great role model there champ.
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« Reply #2 on: August 20, 2009, 04:42:39 PM »

5'11 and a half inches
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« Reply #3 on: August 20, 2009, 04:45:52 PM »

5'11 and a half inches

what bobs meant:
5'11 and his dick is a half inches Grin Grin
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« Reply #4 on: August 20, 2009, 04:54:48 PM »

5'11 and a half inches

Alright, thanks. Just seems a little weird how there have been so much talk about how tall Wolf is when even Nasser who never even looked that tall is near 6'...maybe the bodybuilders used to be alot taller.  Wink
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« Reply #5 on: August 20, 2009, 04:58:38 PM »

5'11 and a half inches

Hahahaha...ya, 5'11 - an inch or two
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« Reply #6 on: August 20, 2009, 05:50:08 PM »

=no
yes bro you know it

Gravy
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Gravy can be served in a pitcher or gravy boat.
Biscuits covered in sausage gravy
Instant gravy granulesGravy is a sauce made often from the juices that run naturally from meat or vegetables during cooking. The gravy may be further coloured and flavoured with gravy salt (a simple mix of salt and caramel food colouring) or gravy browning (gravy salt dissolved in water) or ready-made cubes and powders can be used as a substitute for natural meat or vegetable extracts. Canned gravies are also available. Gravy is commonly served with roasts, meatloaf, rice,[1] and mashed potatoes.

Contents [hide]
1 Thickened gravy
2 Types of gravy
3 Cuisines
4 Cultural use
5 References
6 See also
7 External links
 


[edit] Thickened gravy
Gravies are often thickened with a starch, starting with a roux made of wheat flour, cornstarch/cornflour, or arrowroot. The liquids from cooked meat, the liquids from dissolved bouillon cubes/stock cubes, or stock are added gradually to the mixture, while continually stirring to ensure that it mixes properly and that the thickener does not clump. In some recipes, the animal fat in the roux may be omitted as part of the base content. It may be replaced with cornstarch/cornflour alone (see cowboy roux) or is sometimes omitted entirely.


[edit] Types of gravy
Egg gravy is a breakfast gravy that is served over biscuits. Meat drippings (usually from bacon) and flour are used to make a thick roux. The roux is salted and peppered to taste, Water and milk (even parts) is added, and the liquid is brought back up to a boil. A well-beaten egg is then slowly added while the gravy is stirred or whisked swiftly, cooking the egg immediately and separating it into small fragments in the gravy.
Giblet gravy has the giblets of turkey or chicken added when it is to be served with those types of poultry, or uses stock made from the giblets.
Onion gravy is made from large quantities of slowly sweated, chopped onions mixed with stock and wine. Commonly served with sausages and mash, chops, or other grilled or fried meat cuts which by way of the cooking method would not produce their own gravy.
Red-eye gravy is a gravy made from the drippings of ham fried in a skillet/frying pan. The pan is deglazed with coffee. Coffee is the traditional method. This gravy is a staple of Southern U.S. cuisine and is usually served over ham, grits or biscuits.[citation needed]
Tomato gravy is a gravy made from canned or fresh tomatoes, flour, and usually a small amount of fat. This is generally considered a Southern U.S. dish [2].
Vegetable gravy or Vegetarian gravy is gravy made with boiled or roasted vegetables. A quick and flavorful vegetable gravy can be made from any combination of vegetable broth or vegetable stock, flour, and one of either butter, oil, or vegan margarine. One recipe uses vegetarian Bouillon cubes with cornstarch (corn flour) as a thickener (Cowboy Roux), which is whisked into boiling water. Sometimes vegetable juices are added to enrich the flavor, which may give the gravy a dark green color. Wine could be added. Brown vegetarian gravy can also be made with savory yeast extract like Marmite or Vegemite. There are also commercially produced instant gravy granules which are suitable for both vegetarians and vegans.
White gravy (Sawmill gravy in Southern American cuisine) is the gravy typically used in biscuits and gravy and chicken-fried steak. It is essentially a Béchamel sauce, with the roux being made of meat drippings and flour. Milk or cream is added and thickened by the roux; once prepared, black pepper and bits of mild sausage or chicken liver are normally added. Besides white and sawmill gravy, common names include cream gravy, country gravy, and milk gravy.

[edit] Cuisines
Gravy is also commonly eaten with pork, chicken, lamb, turkey, beef, meatloaf, American style biscuits, Yorkshire pudding[3], and stuffing and sandwiches. One Southern American variation is sausage gravy eaten with American biscuits. In Australia, Canada and the northern parts of the UK, chips and gravy is seen as a popular dish. It is also common with traditional "Sunday Roast". Gravy is an integral part of the Canadian dish poutine. A Southern U.S. dish that has white gravy is chicken fried steak.

In British cuisine, as well as in the cuisines of Commonwealth countries like Australia and New Zealand, the word gravy only refers to the meat based sauce derived from meat juices, stock cubes or gravy granules. Use of the word 'gravy' does not include other thickened sauces. One of the most popular forms is onion gravy which is eaten with Yorkshire Pudding and roast meat.

In gastronomy of Minorca it is used since the British colonisation during the 17th century in typical Minorquian and Catalan dishes, as for example macarrons amb grevi (pasta).[4]

In the case of meat served with potatoes, vegetables and gravy, in North America (except Quebec), the gravy is often poured onto the potatoes, whereas in Quebec or France the gravy is generally poured onto the meat.[citation needed]

In many parts of Asia, particularly India, Malaysia and Singapore, the word "gravy" is used to refer to any thickened liquid part of a dish. For example, the liquid part of a thick curry may be referred to as gravy.[citation need
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honestly, you're the weirdest poster I have ever seen. . Most of your post are one-liners and weird pictures, and most of the time have nothing whatsoever to do with the topic. It just blows my mind to keep you posting with the same style ever since I joined getbig. Normally you'd think a gimmick would get bored after a month or so... but you sir are very persistent as well as a consistent poster. Kudos for that my very very strange friend.
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« Reply #7 on: August 20, 2009, 05:51:54 PM »

what bobs meant:
5'11 and his dick is a half inches Grin Grin

It sure is cute though.
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« Reply #8 on: August 20, 2009, 05:53:05 PM »

he's 5 ft tops
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