Food porn for carnivores


#1

Jump ahead to 5:00 for the really racy stuff. WARNING: Do NOT watch if you’re fasting!


(Vic) #2

The mushroom…ok

At 7.30 the nightmare begins with killer tomatoes.

By 8.30 it rains some green leafy :face_vomiting::nauseated_face::sob::sob::sob: nooooo

No happy ending


#3

Maybe for you. I drooled all the way through. I have excellent focus.


(bulkbiker) #4

Rib-eye looks a bit overdone too…


#5

If a cheerful man set up camp, started a fire without matches, and cooked seven kinds of meat for me on a slate in the lovely English countryside, the last thing I would say is, “Not good enough.”


(bulkbiker) #6

Well possibly…

but he over cooked it and made it all for himself so…


#7

Only because he doesn’t have my number.


(A tenger ékszere 🧜‍♀️🍒🍒) #8

Yum…there is NOTHING better than a steak cooked on a bbq at a campsite. Now o wanna go camping.:sob:


#9

Right? It’s important to bring the right people along, though, who aren’t afraid of working with their hands and getting close to nature…

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(bulkbiker) #10

He’d do at a pinch… we’d need a lot more meat though…


(Mg ) #11

You look fantastic!


#12

Moss, robin, trees, meat… Kinda good enough but could be better, of course. We all have our preferences. But it would be good enough for me on some days :slight_smile: Some items are especially tempting as I never ate them. We don’t even have black pudding, we have bloody not-sausages full with rice…
The variety is a tad much even for me but it would be nice now and then :slight_smile:
For me, the tomatoes are overcooked. They should be raw if they are present. But as I wrote, we all have our preferences.

It’s my fasting day if I can do it but it’s fine as I am well satiated. Anyway, I love looking at food when fasting, except in certain circumstances. Cooking works well too though that can be a two-edged sword too…

I didn’t understand that either (do anyone uses green leaves with such meat? it seems so) but each to their own. I wouldn’t miss the green color in a forest for sure :slight_smile: But to me, it’s just very subtly annoying needless stuff, it’s not like he put sugary something on it, fortunately :smiley:


#13

I love a good meat focus too which the grillin’ is sweet…but I hate seeing it ruined by killer tomatoes and raining greens all over the food HAHA

What is better for carnivore porn? The carnivore pictures we post with our plates showing NO plants of any kind in our carnivore thread :wink:

they are not slopped out with plants ever. No ugly green baby poo mush like guac slathered on anything…no wilted ugly roasted deflated nasty killer veg on our plates :scream_cat::crazy_face:

OK Carnivores…when our grills come out…lets be sure we get pics of our meat grilling from our own backyards and post them…then we can all drool together and become carnivore grill masters in our thread!

All meat to me on a grill is beautiful tho! Have to say it is fine eating for sure!


(Vic) #14

:rofl::joy:


#15

Uh…are you talking about butchering him or using him as a sherpa? I guess in the right order…


#16

Well, he IS my goal but not in that way.


#17

I can’t remember if I’ve tried black pudding or not. In the States, it’s always iffy if you’ve gotten ahold of something authentic or not so until a Brit points to it and says, “Try that lovely blood pudding,” I’m gonna put myself down for No and keep trying.

Well, brace yourself, because I’ve been watching his bushcraft videos for years and there are occasionally pilfered packets of fast food ketchup involved. I’ve protested vociferously in the comments section but then I remind myself that You Tube is full of the grotesque and horrifying.


#18

Thank you, Fangs. I concur.


(Bacon by any other name would taste just as great.) #19

This thread reminded me for some reason of John Plant, the Queenslander behind the Primitive Technology channel on YouTube. Except I don’t believe I’ve seen a video where he actually cooks anything on the fires he starts with Stone Age technology. He does amazing things with very primitive tools, however, and it would be nice to see examples of Stone Age cookery, I have to say.


#20

Oooo, that would something to see. Thanks for the heads up on John, I’ll check him out.

Andy has done cooking with rocks with pretty good results (some hilarious), and even carves his own utensils occasionally, but it’s still a far cry from stone age livin’.