Discussion in 'Waffle' started by Fes Rock, Feb 8, 2010.
altho that second pic makes they look a bit like hairy bollox
kievs were actually invented in moscow* true story
Kiev is the capital of Ukraine but Chicken Kiev did not get its name from there. Appert's invention became famous and Russian chefs tried to imitate Chicken Kiev, calling the dish "cotelettes de volaille" instead of Chicken Kiev. Early restaurants in New York City changed the name back to Chicken Kiev, in an attempt to attract the new Russian immigrants and this name stuck.
Chicken Kiev was a classic dish by the 1900s and it was served in Russian restaurants both in Europe and the United States, as well as in Russia. It is served with fried julienne potatoes and fresh peas in Ukraine.
I hate Kievs with that creamy garlic shit inside. It needs to be Garlic Parsley Butter.
my point being, have you ever cooked a kiev, then had sex with it?
no!!! the parsley stings!!
Yes, and when I finished I eat it.
I didn't know you could eat them. I thought they were the ultimate vag simulator.
Have you ever fucked another mans kievs?
I hear the garlic butter tastes different...
I cooked a kiev once... at the right temp, for the right amount of time... it came out nice and hot...
So I sat down to eat it, had a couple of bites, all seemed well until I got to the middle and there was still a lump of un melted garlic butter so it obviously wasn't cooked all the way through...
It was a very FFFFFFFFFFFFUUUUUUUUU!!!! Moment!
i prefer a nice cheddar and ham kiev, slightly warm so the cheese splashes back on my tween
all about the ham & cheddar bra
If we're lucky Controller will pop in and give us 101 kiev based meals, but I dont think he'll be happy to know that other people are going through the countries kiev stock
so i can have so called "relations" with this variety without an immediate trip to the emergency ward?
Ladies love kiev burns, wear them with pride.
see ya tomorrow then guys! im off to get my swerve on with a succulent ham and chedder number!
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