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Anyone made those wonderful kabobs? The neighbor across from my
sister's old house are Persians and I try to get them show me but it's
the man who usually cook the meat and so I never get invited since wife
works on weekends.

Even when they juist cook in the oven, it's great.

I got some seasoning info on the net but I need some recipe (and spice
info) that works well.


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Abe wrote:
Anyone made those wonderful kabobs? The neighbor across from my
sister's old house are Persians and I try to get them show me but it's
the man who usually cook the meat and so I never get invited since wife
works on weekends.
Even when they just cook in the oven, it's great.
I got some seasoning info on the net but I need some recipe (and spice
info) that works well.



Ever hear of Google?
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q...oogle+S earch


Read the past para of my post and TRY to comprehend.

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"Amanda" wrote:
Abe wrote:
[ . . . ]
I got some seasoning info on the net but I need some recipe (and
spice info) that works well.


Ever hear of Google?
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q...s&btnG=Google+
Search


Read the past para of my post and TRY to comprehend.


The very first URL listed in the aforementioned Google page, has a complete
recipe, including observations by some who tried it.

If you're too lazy to follow up on a search that someone else did for you,
TRY not to be condescending. You're only impressing yourself.

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wrote:
"Amanda" wrote:
Abe wrote:
[ . . . ]
I got some seasoning info on the net but I need some recipe (and
spice info) that works well.


Ever hear of Google?
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q...s&btnG=Google+
Search


Read the past para of my post and TRY to comprehend.


The very first URL listed in the aforementioned Google page, has a complete
recipe, including observations by some who tried it.


But I was asking for people who have tried making those food, wasn't I?


If you're too lazy to follow up on a search that someone else did for you,


I don't need the link to search result. Can you comprehend that?


TRY not to be condescending.


I am not condescending. I am merely showing my intelligence. I
specifically said in my initial post that I got recipes from the net
but wanted to know the recipes of anyone who tried and worked. If she
wanted to give me the ones that have been tried, give me that link, not
the search result. There is a BIG difference between the link to the
recipes tried and the link to search results.


You're only impressing yourself.


Obviously, I impressed you. Otherwise, why would you be so bothered?


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"Amanda" wrote:
wrote:
"Amanda" wrote:
Abe wrote:
[ . . . ]
I got some seasoning info on the net but I need some recipe (and
spice info) that works well.

Ever hear of Google?
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q...cipes&btnG=Goo
gle+ Search

Read the past para of my post and TRY to comprehend.


The very first URL listed in the aforementioned Google page, has a
complete recipe, including observations by some who tried it.


But I was asking for people who have tried making those food, wasn't I?

If you're too lazy to follow up on a search that someone else did for
you,


I don't need the link to search result. Can you comprehend that?

TRY not to be condescending.


I am not condescending. I am merely showing my intelligence. I
specifically said in my initial post that I got recipes from the net
but wanted to know the recipes of anyone who tried and worked. If she
wanted to give me the ones that have been tried, give me that link, not
the search result. There is a BIG difference between the link to the
recipes tried and the link to search results.

You're only impressing yourself.


Obviously, I impressed you. Otherwise, why would you be so bothered?


You poor dear. You can't differentiate between being bothered and trying to
remove the dust of ignorance from your eyes. No problem. You have now
joined several other self-proclaimed "intelligent' people in my killfile.
Adios!

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You poor dear blablabla



Cramer, you obnoxious little Bush-loving sack of shit - this is a
freakin Asian food discussion forum - and all the poor lady was doing
was asking for some recipe advice concerning Asian food, which is
exactly what this place is supposed to be all about!




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You poor dear. You can't blablabla


Cramer, you repulsive little Bush-loving sack of shit - this is a
freakin Asian food discussion forum - and all the poor lady was doing
was asking for some Asian food recipe advice - and that's excatly what
this place is for - and instead she's gotta read bullcrap from you!




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Abe wrote:
Abe wrote:
Anyone made those wonderful kabobs? The neighbor across from my
sister's old house are Persians and I try to get them show me but it's
the man who usually cook the meat and so I never get invited since wife
works on weekends.
Even when they just cook in the oven, it's great.
I got some seasoning info on the net but I need some recipe (and spice
info) that works well.
Ever hear of Google?
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q...oogle+S earch

Read the past para of my post and TRY to comprehend.



It would have been better if you posted a recipe or two that looked
good to you, and asked people to comment. Hence the link. Asking
people you don't know to spend time writing out recipes is just plain
lazy.


It's obvious that you have never tried Persian recipe and you just have
a big mouth. For those who tried (- if there is any, it woulnd't have
been a big deal to share.

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Cramer, you obnoxious little Bush-loving sack of shit - this is a
freakin Asian food discussion forum - and all the poor lady was doing
was asking for some recipe advice concerning Asian food, which is
exactly what this place is supposed to be all about!




ww



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In article om,
Amanda wrote:

The very first URL listed in the aforementioned Google page, has a complete
recipe, including observations by some who tried it.


But I was asking for people who have tried making those food, wasn't I?

If you're too lazy to follow up on a search that someone else did for you,


I don't need the link to search result. Can you comprehend that?

TRY not to be condescending.


I am not condescending. I am merely showing my intelligence. I
specifically said in my initial post that I got recipes from the net
but wanted to know the recipes of anyone who tried and worked.


Your thinking is logical. In sum: there appears to be no Iranian
Kabob-wize people around here. At least not just now, but maybe some
will chime in in a week. Or month.

When a thread becomes a mud-wrestlling match, as some people insist for
almost any question or topic, the possibility of another user coming
upon it and offering useful information diminishes--they won't descend
that deep into the mud.

So please don't punish the hemmoroid suffer around here, however
justified: it further obscures your question.

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