Do you want to work in a brothel?

@p1kef1sh (45640)
July 16, 2008 5:49pm CST
After long and arduous thought I have decided to open a brothel. I am pretty open minded about what to serve there and I hope for an extensive, but not too expensive menu. I'd like to get something a little saucy, hot and spicy. But nothing too toe curling. All customers will be made welcome and shown to a room designed especially for the delights ahead. I think softly lit cubicles will deliver the right degree of ambience. But it is the menu that I am struggling with and would like some help with. Clearly there will be the regular broth. Chicken I think. But what after that. I rather hoped that you might help me out here. What is your favorite broth or soup? Could I put it on the menu?
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@myklj999 (20969)
16 Jul 08
Something with fish. A broiled tuna perhaps.
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@myklj999 (20969)
16 Jul 08
Yes. broiled chunks of tuna floating in a creamy potato soup.
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@p1kef1sh (45640)
17 Jul 08
I've not tried Tuna soup. Sounds like a good one to me.
• United States
27 Nov 09
It smells like fish when it's not clean right. How about snake, frog and alligator, they all taste like chicken.
• United States
17 Jul 08
You truly rock my socks off, p1kef1sh! I think you should have some exotic 'broths' on the menu -- coconut soup, tom yum, and other 'spicy' things. You could even do a 'wild' rice soup! Finger foods would be excellent, too, so that your patrons can...er...grab and go. I think a definite would be a fully stocked bar with a large selection of body shots and demonstrators. And then there are the desserts... Oh, the possibilities!!
@p1kef1sh (45640)
17 Jul 08
Oh yes. We shall need hot and spicy. Maybe a little fruity too. Good desserts are important. Anything whipped will go down well I think.
@Vladilyich1 (1454)
• Canada
17 Jul 08
Rassolnick - Sorrel & kidney Schi 1 dill pickle, whole 6 TBS butter (REAL butter, not margerine) 1 c thinly sliced onions .5 c finely chopped celery 1 c finely chopped parsley 2 lbs fresh sorrel leaves, washed and chopped .25 lbs fresh spinach leaves 1 tsp salt and pepper 1 qt beef stock 1 lb veal/lamb kidneys, trimmed of fat .5 c flour 2 TBS virgin olive oil 1 egg yolk 2 c Sour cream Cut the pickle in half lengthwise. Run a spoon down to remove seeds and pulp. Place in a fine sieve over a small bowl and press firmly with the back of the spoon to extract the juices before discarding. Melt 4 TBS of butter in a 4-5 qt casserole over moderate heat. When the foam has almost subsided, stir in onions and celery and cover. Reduce heat to low and simmer at least 10 minutes until the onions are transparent. While the soup is simmering, prepare the kidneys. Using a sharp knife, cut away fat and slice into .5 inch thick slices and add to soup. In a mixing bowl, beat the egg yolk lightly with a fork. Slowly beat in 1 cup of the hot soup. Pour the mixture slowly back into the casserole, stirring constantly. Add the rest of the ingredients (except sour cream) and simmer 2 minutes without allowing it to boil. Stir in sour cream directly before serving.
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@p1kef1sh (45640)
17 Jul 08
That sounds like a soup you eat with a knife and fork. It sounds fantastic. Worth the effort.
@brimia (6584)
• United States
17 Jul 08
A nice breakfast dish could be a large sausage served with 2 hard boiled eggs and a donut. For lunch or dinner, steamed whole asparagus and carrots and fish tacos. For dessert banana split with extra nuts and whipped cream.
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@p1kef1sh (45640)
17 Jul 08
That sounds good although not much broth or soup there. Banana split is scrumptious.
@vanities (11387)
• Davao, Philippines
17 Jul 08
thats great idea!!try adding the corn soup its one of my favorite aside from the birds nest soup...its what i always order when im dining out together with my family..and know how to prepare the corn soup! as well ..
@p1kef1sh (45640)
17 Jul 08
Then you shall be the chief corn soup preparer! LOL. That sounds good.
@littleowl (7157)
17 Jul 08
oooh I'd love to my favourite soup is a nice creamy mushroom soup followed by strawberrys and cream littleowl
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@p1kef1sh (45640)
17 Jul 08
Oh yes. That's scrummy.
@Vladilyich1 (1454)
• Canada
16 Jul 08
You REALLY had me going with this one :)
@p1kef1sh (45640)
17 Jul 08
I did? It's when they leave that most will be "going" if I don't get the hygiene right. LOL.
@xboxboy (5578)
16 Jul 08
i look good don't i? - hg aauhaeuuu a arerig
i wouls suggest a good scottish soup like cullen skink followed by a massage from me. i enclose a picture of my sumptious body coupled with your ms whiplash cones we are on a winner!! madam cyn has nothing on us!
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@p1kef1sh (45640)
16 Jul 08
Dear Madam Cyn. She'd sweat em in Streatham! Nothing like a nourishing bowl of Cullens Kink. What was his kink by the way?
@the52poet (126)
• United States
16 Jul 08
I would think that the patrons you seek will hardly notice you have a written menu. I'm sure most would not notice you serve food at all. Me thinks their eyes would be perusing the visual menu.
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@p1kef1sh (45640)
16 Jul 08
If they want anything else they will be out of luck. What else would you serve in a brothel but broth? LOL.
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@GreenMoo (11842)
17 Jul 08
Make of this what you will, but there is a very popular broth where I live which sounds very much like Ganja though Im sure it's not spelt like that. Do you think there would be a call for some ganja in your brothel?
@p1kef1sh (45640)
17 Jul 08
If you slurp it and don't smoke it then that's a deffo. But what's in it?
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@GreenMoo (11842)
17 Jul 08
I've since discovered that it's spelt canja. It's based on a chicken stock, with all the stocky bits still floating in it, and some pasta pearls. It's quite tasty if you don't mind gristly bits floating in your soup.
@p1kef1sh (45640)
18 Jul 08
Those gristly bits make it a little less appealing. But we can but try.
@mtdewgurl74 (18118)
• United States
17 Jul 08
A Brothel? Hmm, Well, I love a good hearty beef stew not a soup but it is filling and would give them the enewrgy they would need later for those delights. Or just a Vegetable soup. So what color theme have you chosen to go with for this brothel? Hopefully not a gawdy red?..
@p1kef1sh (45640)
17 Jul 08
Beef stew would be very filling. But if you would just pop over and show us how to make it......... Not red. What colour do you thick might appeal? Perhaps a cream with a hint of something?
@p1kef1sh (45640)
17 Jul 08
That should be "think"!
@mtdewgurl74 (18118)
• United States
17 Jul 08
Hmmm,Me I just get some beef stew meat roll it in flour and lightly fry it then add it to the crockpot and add carrots slices, potatoes chunked, and a cup of frozen peas and a little water,salt,pepper, and garlic powder and let cook and if needed I will add beef gravy mix. But we all make it different.....................Color.. I feel that soft baby pink(satin finish) with cream or Ivory accents would be nice and make a woman relax and feel womanly...Sadly my husband refuses a pale pink room..I guess I will have to deal with the one orange(my brother in law painted it Melon orange) wall and panelling on the others..
@mummymo (23707)
18 Jul 08
Hmmm - I can just see you as the mild mannered Brothel keeper p1ke but are you sure teh Boss will allow you to go through with this latest enterprise of yours? Anyway I was going to suggest a nice tomato and basil soup but as there will be plenty of heat and spice already going on maybe a cold Gazpacho would be a better idea! xxx
@p1kef1sh (45640)
18 Jul 08
Oh yes a cold soup is a great idea Mummymo. You shall be in charge of the recipe! XX
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@mummymo (23707)
19 Jul 08
I was going to refuse then I saw Novas response so maybe I shall agree after all other wise who knows what we shall be eating! lol xxx
@novataylor (6572)
• United States
18 Jul 08
My favorite broth, p1key? Could you put it on the menu? Wellllll, it WOULD be on the menu, in a manner of speaking.......
@p1kef1sh (45640)
18 Jul 08
Such naughtiness Nova. Just like you thank goodness!
• United States
18 Jul 08
C'est moi. What can I say?
@skinnychick (6907)
• United States
17 Jul 08
I love lobster bisque but if you want to keep it inexpensive then tomato bisque works too. :)
@p1kef1sh (45640)
17 Jul 08
I have some lobster bisque in my store. Drop by and we will drink it together Skinny. I'll get some fresh crab and shrimp to have with it.
• United States
18 Jul 08
That sounds divine! I'm so there!
@ellie333 (21029)
18 Jul 08
The ultimate soup kitchen eh! Your are so naughty at times with how you lure them in but I love the way you do it. Well brothel soup for me would have to be very hot and spicy so I will go for mulligatawny soup myself, beef soup with a kick to it. Ellie :D
@p1kef1sh (45640)
18 Jul 08
I like that in smallish doses. My Dad loves it and would live off it if my mum would let him! It's on the menu.
@dorypanda (1584)
18 Jul 08
Oh, I was going to tell you off, but I see there's no need to now. ;) Hmmm, my Nanna (Mr.Crocs Mum) used to make broth, it was really nice actually, I'm not sure what it was, but it was foreign stuff, as she was foreign, she was from up North you know and as that's not in Doryworld, it's foreign. Maybe it was Scotch Broth, I don't have a recipe though. Oh, how about pea soup? Apparently you can make that from the fog in London. :) Do you need a Maitre De? I need a job you know and I'm good at stuff and things and stuff. :)
@p1kef1sh (45640)
18 Jul 08
Oop North foreign! You need to travel more Dory. See the sites and marvel at others funny little ways! Even your sister made it to Stafford last week. You have the car, where could you go? Pea soup. Good idea but they don't have London fogs anymore. Not like those ones anyway. Thanks for not telling me off. I spend my life standing in the corner!
@ruby222 (4848)
17 Jul 08
Piky..you cant possibly serve broth..a brothel it may be ,but broth aint goin on that menu!!How can you attract anyone with a plate of broth!!the huge downside of the broth bit is..that if you try to smear it all over,then lick it all off,it will just be a digustingly unsexy mess!!I thought maybe something along the lines ..say..crudites...with dips..the dips can be smeared here and there,,..and the crudites can be nibbled sexily...or a Dairylea dunker..that would be better....or goujons...a good shaped nibble yet again.If you like I can be the Mother of this brothel...being mature and experienced lol..I can offer `mothering` sessions...a lot of chaps love a good spoil!!
@p1kef1sh (45640)
17 Jul 08
Dairylea Dunker Ruby? In soup - or anywhere else for that matter! LOL. But dips are definitely in!! Yes, you can be "mother", but no dirty nappies. I draw the line at that.
@Zmugzy (773)
17 Jul 08
Not sure about the soup, but how about some steamed SpottedDick for desert, served with custard or melted butter, mm... lovely!
@p1kef1sh (45640)
17 Jul 08
My least favourite dessert I am afraid. I cannot stand cooked currants, sultanas etc. However, as it's not me that has to eat it, why not? Stick it on the menu with loads of custard.
@Bluepatch (2480)
• Trinidad And Tobago
17 Jul 08
Now that I'm older and wiser I'd curl up inside thinking about how abusive and degrading this business all is. A lot of people glorify this kind of thing these days and I know it as the most degrading business in the world. I used to know a lot of these women and they are all damaged inside because of this work. A smile can so easily be false and I've seen so many of them. I truly hope this discussion is not for real. The lives of these ladies hardly ever is.
@p1kef1sh (45640)
17 Jul 08
I'm talking about soup and you are discussing damaged ladies!? My discussion is a play on words. However, as I have never visited a brothel I really do not feel able to comment. Nobody should be forced to do anything that they don't want to do. If that is the case with many of these women then that is truly sad.
• United States
17 Jul 08
ROFLMAO!!! You have quite a twisted sense of humor, P1ke! And to answer, my favorite is egg-drop soup. You did say you wanted an extensive menu... (No, I'm not Asian, but I adore their cuisine! I'm pretty sure you could put it on the menu. It isn't hard to make, you just have to find the right pre-made packet of spices--cheater's way, I know!)
@p1kef1sh (45640)
17 Jul 08
I think that we should definitely have a slightly exotic and oriental menu. Egg-drop soup shall be there. Twisted? Me? whatever makes you think that. LOL.