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  1. Adrian_D

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Donuts!
  2. Adrian_D

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    The sous vide seems like cheating to get a gourmet meal out in the woods Can't say I dislike the idea. I made a small grill for day trips with the Jeep. All the meat gets in the travel fridge and by the time we're hungry, it's all thawed up and ready to throw on the fire.
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    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    You're welcome Red bell peppers: Oval peppers: I don't know if this brand of pepper paste has gotten to that side of the world, but in case it did, you can substitute the peppers for a couple of tablespoons of this: As for chilis, whatever I find, nothing too hot, as the entire dish is more on the sweet side because of the heavy cream
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    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Another crowd favorite for breakfast was what I call Kosher eggs (I know the "recipe" from an old hungarian lady my folks took care of): Hardboiled eggs, onions and sour cream. Served with bread on the grill or on a wood stove plate, YUM. No need to take care of the eggs, just let them boil and come back when you remember.
  5. Adrian_D

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    It's a more sweeter tasting and creamier goulash 2.5 gallon caulton 7 lbs of potatoes 5 lbs of chicken breast 2 lbs of carrots 7 big white onions 1 liter of heavy cream (I used from 15% up to 32%, the fatter, the creamier) 1-2 tablespoons of tomato puree 2-3 red bell peppers 2-3 red oval peppers Chili peppers depending on how hot you want it Heat the oil, then add: Onions Chicken, carrots, peppers after the onion is cooked a bit Potatoes and enough water to cover them, after the chicken is white Tomato puree Let it boil as long as needed for the potatoes to soften up a lot After you take it off the heat, add the heavy cream. We did it in-house on the stove, in a pot as big as needed and adjusted the quantities around the chicken The above quantities are what we use when going out in a large group (~10 people).
  6. Adrian_D

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    The in-laws are visiting for a month, I think I'll fire up the cauldron on Sunday, I can taste the chicken goulash now. Darn it, I'm hungry now...
  7. Adrian_D

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    YUGE grill and cauldron? IMO for an over the weekend camping trip, the cauldron is a must. Slow cooked goulash some strong alcohol, we did that on new year's eve a few times On a Jeep trip, one of the guys built the biggest grill he could fit in his cargo area. 20 people grilled their lunch on that grill
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    It is. Thanks for the offer, the guy wanted way too much for the entire engine, so I scored a manifold off ebay for $100 with shipping There aren't many parts which I can't find local. I had 3 Miatas at one point. My old NA, the new NB2 and a rolling shell NB2, which I bought for fixing my NB2 Bought the NB2 like this, for cheap, locally. Low mileage, 6 speed, best rear diff, A/C and the 1.8. Then I bought the roller NB2 for the front subframe The crashed NB2 looks like this now: And since the fucking justice system is taking 11 months to write a damn statement so I can drive the NA again, I'll turbo the NB2 and enjoy it until someone buys it for how much I want.
  9. Adrian_D

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Such is life I found a guy parting out a Mazdaspeed Miata in South Bend
  10. Adrian_D

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    For the money I could get for the entire drivetrain I could buy a truck 5.3 from Germany.
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    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    I debated that, even a 5.3 swap but I won't be able to keep it legal that way :(((( That's why the Mazdaspeed manifold is good, I can mount the turbo low, get a heatshied over it and the pass the yearly inspection easy. K24 would be AWESOME.
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    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Speaking of Mazdaspeed, I'm thinking of getting a turbo manifold off a Mazdaspeed Miata to turbo my new Miata on the cheap. Already got a better turbo than the factory one. Should be a proper death trap at 200whp...
  13. Adrian_D

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    You're getting rid of the big ugly?
  14. Adrian_D

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    4-post is huuuuge
  15. Adrian_D

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    More like ridiculous ideas and too much work. The whole retrofit took 2 weeks.
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