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marco chef guy....

Discussion in 'General chit chat' started by a1gunner, Jun 24, 2008.

  1. a1gunner

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    Who's going to watch that Marco Piere Queer White guy.

    hes doing a probram called great brittish feast or something but any way its all british food and he'll be hunting rabbits dear and fishing for meat and the veg will all be brittish.

    it should be a good show, but i do have a strong intrest in food:eek:
    my dad was a chef himself for a decade so ive been brough up to like proper food:D
    welsh food especially:cool:
     
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    On the trailer I saw him catching pike so no I will not watch it because I personally do not believe in killing pike :(
     
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    I'm with you on that moo there is no need to kill pike
     
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    i didnt even know it were edible :shrug:
     
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    How do you fish for meat:D
     
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    fishing for meat, fish is technically meat;)
    meat is muscle tissue and thats what you eat off a fish
     
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    Fish is not technically meat fish is technically fish :D
     
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    fish muscle tisue is what you eat.
    muscle tisue is meat:)

    its just called fish.

    meat has names like venison or beef.
    fish meat is called fish so people know what sort of meat they are eating
     
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    when is the program on and what channel
     
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    your out of context a1 in the context of food and cookery meat reffers to the flesh of mammals your argument is invalid as you are using it in the wrong context how did you do in your english exam :finger:
     
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    if thats the case id be more woried about the food tech one.

    however there is no denying that muscle is meat and fish has muscle.

    well saying he hunts and fished for his meat sound better than he hunts and fishes for fish:rolleyes:
     
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    not sure ive just seen the adds, i'll pay more attention next time i see it
     
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    Meat can be used to refer to the flesh of fruits and vegetables too but in the context of cooking and hunting and fishing meat refers to birds and mammals and fish is used to refer to the meat from game fish and sea fish hence you go fishing for fish and hunting for meat the collecteve term used for both would be game as in you can hunt for game and fish for game
     
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    in general meat comes from an animal.
    last time i checked fish were animals so my phrase is corect enough.
    can we drop it now?
     
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    meat comes from everything we eat a1 fruit veg animals fish shellfish nuts :D are fruits and vegetables and nuts animals and why don't you call them meat too
     
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    your about to get some meat where the sun don't shine if you dont watch it!!!!
     
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    am i annoying you :sport:
     
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    no i like a man with a bit of fight in him:eek:
     
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    a1 your last to replies have sounded so wrong :D
     
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    you cant possibly think i was hinting something???;)
     

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