Grilled Tauros Steak with Garlic Mashed Potatoes

4-5 good sized Tauros Steaks (good quality cut)
Salt 
2 Tbsp of Black Pepper 

Take your Steaks and leave them so they come to room temperature. Pat dry and rub generously with salt and pepper. Heat up your grill and when ready lay your steaks on the grill toward the center. Cover Grill for 4-5 minutes and then flip on the other side and wait again for 4-5 minutes. Finger test the meat for the right doneness, remove from heat and let rest five minutes before you cut in to it and eat it.

Potatoes
5-6 medium to large potatoes (peeled or unpeeled your decision)
1 stick of Butter
3 tbsp of minced garlic
1 cup of Milk or Cream
Salt and Pepper to taste 

Wash and chop the potatoes and boil until tender. Drain water lower heat. Saute garlic in olive oil until fragrant add with butter, milk and salt and pepper mash to mix.  

  To celebrate spring here is a really quick and delicious recipe involving the bull type Pokemon Tauros. However this can also be done with a bouffalant or miltank. Miltank is a dairy cow though so it does have other uses. Enjoy!image

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Boiled Krabby with butter

This is well simple and yet difficult. Simple because the cooking process is throwing them into boiling water and melting some butter. Difficult because a mature Krabby weighs roughly 10-15 lbs (2 to 3 times the weigh of a jumbo maine lobster). This means the shell would be extremely tough to crack and the crab will be very difficult to control. Simply trowing it in a pot of boiling water would be dangerous, as the Krabby could simply knock the pot over and then proceed to try and eat you. Therefore I highly advise you to kill before cooking. This can be done in several ways. Putting a bullet or an ax between the eyes should do the job. This might piss it off though so I think the best way would be to place it in ice cold water to numb them into a comatose-like state and then proceed to boil it. I do however suggest a heavy pot with a clamp on lid.

As for cooking. Bring salty water to a boil, with other seasonings. These depend on taste. Old Bay is a classic but some people use beer or wine. Other things could also be used. Once boiling throw your Krabby in and boil for 30-35 minutes. It should be a bright red when you take it out. Let is cool and serve.

There should be good meat in the claws and the legs as well as the body section.

Hammer may be required.

Here’s a link to give you an idea of getting at the crabmeat.    

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gopHYbida08 

I’d serve a side of corn on the cob or some garlic mashed potatoes. 

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Roasted Farfetch’d Quarters with its spring onion with Roasted Potatoes

I have decided to begin with a Farfetch’d recipe. Farfetch’d is a duck-like pokemon and is actually eaten by people in the pokemon world, so i thought i would be a good place to start. I understand that there is some debate over whether the stalk the Farfetch’d carries is a leek or a spring onion, I choose the onion for the dish because I actually know what that tastes like. The recipe below can of course be applied to regular duck. You may want to dial back on the cooking time a hair. Bon Appetit! 

Ingredients: 
Two Farfetch’d Quarters (Legs attached to Thighs)
One Farfetch’d Spring Onion Minced
1 tsp Salt
1 tsp Pepper
1 tsp Thyme 
1 tsp Rosemary

4-5 medium potatoes. Kind is up to your preference. I myself am a fan of red or russet potatoes. 

Take the Farfetch’d quarters and rub them with the salt and pepper and place in a roasting pan.

Proceed then the cut up the potatoes in to half inch pieces. Mix these with the Farfetch’d’s spring onion. Place these around the quarters. 

Concerning the Herbs: If dry mix in with the potatoes and onion. If fresh add after on top of the duck and potatoes in the roasting pan.    

 At preheat oven 400 F take dish and bake it for an hour to an hour and a half stirring occasionally. When done serve and enjoy. 

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