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    The annointing of the pig.

    Rosemary tied to an old, leftover wine barrel stave. I made a baste of olive oil, red wine vinegar and garlic.

    2nd pic is of the two turkeys from last Thanksgiving.

    Third pic is a little better pic of the whole setup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckha62 View Post
    The annointing of the pig.

    Rosemary tied to a leftover barrel stave. I made a baste of olive oil, red wine vinegar and garlic.

    2nd pic is of the two turkeys from last Thanksgiving.

    Third pic is a little better pic of the whole setup.
    That is an awesome set up. Love the paint job.

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    Late lunch this afternoon Ė Vietnamese style spring rolls; theyíre slightly gigantic, like small burritos:
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    And then a few hours later I was hungry, so some Asian-style dinner complete with banh cuon noodles, gai lan, Chinese sausage, and assorted appropriate veggies:
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    Noodles for dinner tonight!
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    Delicious!
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    Noodles. More noodles.

    I made Pho Ga with my new pressure cooker. No MSG headache.
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    Noodles. More noodles.

    I made Pho Ga with my new pressure cooker. No MSG headache.
    Looks delicious!
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    Vietnamese-influenced marinade for some delicious barbecued beef neck (an amazingly delicious cut of meat by the way!). Served with steamed brown rice and a crapload of spinach. Bon appetit!
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    We were on the same wave Leo!

    I went with goat curry and a cauliflower coconut curry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomchakabowwow View Post
    We were on the same wave Leo!

    I went with goat curry and a cauliflower coconut curry.
    Your pictures have much better lighting. Surely there has got to be a way to get better pictures with an iPhoneÖ in fact my ex-girlfriend took much better foodie pictures with an iPhone than I apparently am capable of, but she never showed me how to do it. To this day I strive to excel in that area.
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    Yesterday actually, but no cellular to post there.

    Cooked in sun oven.

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    Damn, you guys are good!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker View Post
    Your pictures have much better lighting. Surely there has got to be a way to get better pictures with an iPhoneÖ in fact my ex-girlfriend took much better foodie pictures with an iPhone than I apparently am capable of, but she never showed me how to do it. To this day I strive to excel in that area.
    take the pictures outdoors. winter daylight pics are better than summer daylight pics.

    i assume it will get worse as winter settles in. night comes quick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomchakabowwow View Post
    take the pictures outdoors. winter daylight pics are better than summer daylight pics.

    i assume it will get worse as winter settles in. night comes quick.
    Thanks for the tipÖÖ however the kitchen in my one bedroom apartment ainít exactly set up for outdoor photography.

    Meanwhile, onto tonightís homemade pizza pictures:

    Had some homemade dough in a sealed container in my fridge for over a month. Gee, it seems to have worked out just spiffy:
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    Of course employed the utility of my homemade vegan pesto sauce (voided the vegan aspect of the sauce with real cow-derived cheese on top though):
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    Carmelized some yellow onions in olive oil and the super-badass ingredient that my favourite foodie friend introduced me to: Three Crabs Brand Vietnamese fish sauce Ė THANKS!
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    Sliced up some California grown heirloom tomatoes of unknown species:
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    Straight from the 550įF oven after 12 minutes:
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    Sliced up and ready to serve:
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    Damn.

    Iíll bring the hot sauce. Bought some cherry bomb peppers that were hotter than expected. Turned them into a hot sauce instead of the mini rellenos I had imagined.
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    Damn.

    Iíll bring the hot sauce. Bought some cherry bomb peppers that were hotter than expected. Turned them into a hot sauce instead of the mini rellenos I had imagined.
    I just made my first real hot sauce. 5 Reaper peppers and 6 Scorpions, and some other 'filler' peppers not even worth mentioning (Habaneros, Jalapeno) ... it's like a 30 minute 'trip'...

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    Mostly solar deep dish sourdough pizza.
    Had to finish in the oven cause I ran out of sunlight.

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    First try at DEEP DISH! Loved it!








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    That last pic is fantastic!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wacha Wacha Wacha View Post
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    Asian style vegan stir-fry with noodles tonight:
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    I didn't make it, but it sure was good. PokeLove Palo Alto.

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    Best chips I've ever had.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckha62 View Post
    The annointing of the pig.

    Rosemary tied to an old, leftover wine barrel stave. I made a baste of olive oil, red wine vinegar and garlic.

    2nd pic is of the two turkeys from last Thanksgiving.

    Third pic is a little better pic of the whole setup.
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    No bread Cauliflower thins Italian layered sandwich
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    Couldnít figure how to rotate images?
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    Baked halibut/baby greens salad/pesto fusili/chilled steamed artichoke halves....


    Then apple pie!!



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    Pepper steak, sautťed green beans, and mashed taters
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    Cougar night at the Rosewood!

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    ^^nice!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomchakabowwow View Post
    ^^nice!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5k bike 50cent legs View Post
    AGA or LaCornue?
    i wish..still Fridgidair. hahahha..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomchakabowwow View Post
    i wish..still Fridgidair. hahahha..
    Well let me know when you pull the trigger, would be interested to know your experience.

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    My bro-brah Steve got a new grill. Portable

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    have him portable that thing to the northbay!!

    is he a competition bbq-er?
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    me...went full immersion into Cantonese food.

    some bittermelon and chicken. my riff uses ground chicken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by movingmountain View Post
    No bread Cauliflower thins Italian layered sandwich
    Whoa! 'splain please! I'm wheat free and healthier than I've been in years and want to stay that way. That looks great!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fc View Post
    My bro-brah Steve got a new grill. Portable

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    Okay, now I covet thy grill. Love the chrome stack.

    I may have to go back and delete my hokey barrel thingy... That set up is SWEET!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomchakabowwow View Post
    have him portable that thing to the northbay!!

    is he a competition bbq-er?
    Competition yes. He won something big recently in the East Bay.
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    Sweet potato chili (vegetarian). Quite good Pics of what you made for dinner tonight-7c3e8cfa-4b86-4fe9-bfca-7ca1fda39b2f.jpeg

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    [QUOTE=roughster;13864198]Sweet potato chili (vegetarian). Quite good Click image for larger version. 

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    Recipe?

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    Pics of what you made for dinner tonight-15f26e9d-8214-461a-8149-220195ff9374.jpgNice!

    I did a stir fry. Garlic chives w scrambled eggs. Cantonese food.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 5k bike 50cent legs View Post
    Recipe?
    [QUOTE=roughster;13864198]Sweet potato chili (vegetarian). Quite good Click image for larger version. 

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    Perfect for two hungry adults:

    1 large onion
    1 large sweet potato
    1/2 can cooked black beans
    1/2 diced tomatoes
    1 small carton vegetable broth
    avocado
    small amount of fresh cilantro

    - Peel and coarsely chop onion
    - Scrub sweet potato and chop into 1/2" cubes

    - Heat large sauce pan with 2-3 tsp of olive oil on medium heat (hot not smoking)
    - Toss in onions and potato and cook for 7 mins (onions translucent / potato just starting to be tender).
    - Season cooking onions and potato with salt / pepper
    - Rinse black beans
    - Add 1/2 cup water, black beans, tomatoes, and broth to cooking onions and potato
    - Season with: chili powder (1/2 tbsp) / cumin, garlic powder, cayenne pepper, coriander, paprika (1/4 tsp each) (All depends on how spicy you like it!)
    - Bring to boil, then reduce heat to simmer and cover for 11 mins

    - Remove from heat and re-season with salt, pepper.
    - Cut avocado in 1/4 inch strips
    - Remove stems, coarsely chop cilantro

    - Add chili, avocado, pinch of cilantro, dollop of sour cream, and hot sauce of your choosing to bowl.
    - Eat and drink a good craft beer

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    ^^ Thanks Roughster!

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    Not Last night, but Saturday. We had a second Thanksgiving at our camping club. Giving the old homemade BBQ/Rotisserie another workout. These birds were MOIST!

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    Yum!
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    It's a good time for just a salad after a week of feasting. Or Acai bowl
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    Quote Originally Posted by fc View Post
    It's a good time for just a salad after a week of feasting. Or Acai bowl
    I have become addicted to Acai bowls. Where are the best bowls? I think Bare Bowls in Palo Alto is pretty good.

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    Dinner from a couple nights ago. Marinated rack of lamb done in the sous vide and finished on the big green egg over mesquite lump with stir fried veggies and Parmesan cous cous.







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    West African stew

    WEST AFRICAN CHICKEN STEW

    2 whole boneless chicken breasts, cubed
    1 Teaspoon Pepper
    1 Tablespoon Oil
    Ĺ Teaspoon Cayenne Pepper
    1 Medium Onion, chopped
    ľ Teaspoon Cinnamon
    6 Garlic Cloves
    1 Teaspoon Ginger
    1 Large can of Diced Tomatoes Ė Undrained
    1 Teaspoon Coriander
    1 15 oz Can of Northern White Beans Ė Undrained
    ľ Teaspoon Nutmeg
    1 15 oz Can Whole Corn
    Ĺ Cup Peanut Butter
    ĺ Cup Water
    Ĺ Cup Chopped Peanuts
    1 Ĺ Teaspoon Chili Powder
    Ĺ Small Can of Tomato Paste
    1 Teaspoon Salt
    1 Ĺ or 2 Sweet Potato, peeled and chopped (red)


    In 4-Quart Dutch Oven, cook chicken in oil until lightly browned and no longer pink, stirring frequently. Add Onions and Garlic. Cook and stir 3-4 minutes until onion is tender. Add remaining ingredients. Mix well and reduce heat to low and simmer for 30 minutes or so until potatoes are tender. Stir occasionally. Add water if it seems too thick.
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    Still canít figure out how to rotate image. I ate a bit before I thought I should take a pic
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jukas View Post
    Marinated rack of lamb...

    Aw man nice post.

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    #getlucky said daft punkPics of what you made for dinner tonight-img_0726-1-.jpg
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    Deepdish sourdough pizza cooked in the woodstove

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    The solar pizzas were done in a sun oven. You can get them online from the manufacturer or Real Goods.

    The latest pizza was done in the wood stove, as the sun is too low in the sky at this time of year.

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    Potato and spinach pizza. I followed the recipe but think it wouldíve been much better as a tomato based pizza. The apple salad was delicious!

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    Over at a friend's house, teaching me how to make Indian food from scratch.

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    Over at a friend's house, teaching me how to make Indian food from scratch.

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    Homemade Indian curries/sauces = stinkiest farts on the block.
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    Hello again fine foodie friends. It has been a while. Tonight I made home made pizza (gee, that was unexpected). I made some pizza dough a few weeks ago and threw it in my fridge in a sealed container. Oh, and I also made some special sauce of which the key ingredients (garlic, onions, and sun-dried roma tomatoes) were specially prepared (garlic and onions were roasted over hardwood). I present to you all, in a slideshow of sorts, my dinner tonight (and leftovers for the next few days):

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    Spam and eggs

    For breakfast. Extra special because extra-aged Spam.

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    Was rotating my "disaster preparedness" supplies.

    Probably should do this more frequently.

    BTW tasted just like Spam.

    Delicious.
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    Was rotating my "disaster preparedness" supplies.

    Probably should do this more frequently.

    BTW tasted just like Spam.

    Delicious.
    Glad to see you're eating the "less sodium" version.
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    Glad to see you're eating the "less sodium" version.
    But the regular versionís ďextraĒ sodium can be properly utilised by active cyclists, yeah?
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    Dinner last night. Yes, I couldnít find Koji rice for accelerating the dry-aging method so I experimented with regular rice (if it works on wet iPhones, surely it will work on a rib eye steak, yeah?). The steak turned out so amazingly tender, it was falling apart to the touch after having been smoked over mesquite wood for 1.5 hours and then reverse seared. Asparagus has my special marinade, and the salmon (for my Vietnamese spring rolls for lunch this week) has my super special marinade. The fennel was easy: slice er down the middle and squirt lime juice, sprinkled smoked sea salt, and lightly drizzle with olive oil, but the yams were even easier: just plop them down on the grill and rotate every so often.

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    PART TWO:
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    PART THREE:
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    Everything tasted pretty damn amazing. The rice pretend ďrapid dry agingĒ approach seems to work, although I did start with a pretty decent boneless rib eye.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker View Post
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    Everything tasted pretty damn amazing. The rice pretend ďrapid dry agingĒ approach seems to work, although I did start with a pretty decent boneless rib eye.
    Did you cook the "rib eye-flavored" rice?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moe Ped View Post
    Did you cook the "rib eye-flavored" rice?
    Yes, I did save the rice and cook it separately. It has a nice subtle flavour, but not too beefy; a vegan would never notice.
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    Yes, I did save the rice and cook it separately. It has a nice subtle flavour, but not too beefy; a vegan would never notice.
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    A little over zealous in planting sweet cherry tomatoes this year. I have buckets of these now.

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    Pizza with some good friends.
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    Looks like they really enjoyed your cooking.

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    But I am in the middle of marinating some meat and some extra firm tofu, in addition to steeping some more meat in a dry rub. Should be a toothless meth frenzy on the barbecue.
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    Tuesday was family pizza night
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    Question about your fire. How do you measure how many coals and mesquite to use in proportion to what your cooking?

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    Is pork rinds considered meat? Cause I've been eating a bit of that.
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    Tigadegenna...which translates to peanut sauce...chicken, tomato, onion, green onion, tons of garlic, okra, kale, spinach, carrots, habenero...


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    Gitcha some!

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    Maybe my last paella of the season. Had some friends over.....
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    Wife switched us from Sunbasket to Dinnerly. A lot cheaper but doesnít have the built in sides. Also, you have to bundle the ingredients yourself, but it only takes a few minutes and we keep some extra fruit/veggies bags on hand for just this.

    Cranked out a two cheese pizza tortellini pretty fast, it was delicious:
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    Paired it with a Cascade quad aged in bourbon barrels plus cherries. So frickiní good!
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    Cheesy Broccoli

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    Had the boys and their wives over the other night and made a bigger pan of this:

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    Taking veggies and making them unhealthy. Yum! Nobody complained.

    Lightly stir fry the broccoli in a little olive oil, add a pinch of salt, a little garlic, some red pepper flakes and a cup (or more depending on how much broccoli you're doing) of cubed cheddar cheese. Pretty simple.
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    Creamy Tomato Baked Penne with side salad. No complaints here either, it was tasty!

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    Ingredient list:
    - 1 head of lettuce
    - peppers of flavor / heat choice (like maybe 3-4?)
    - 2 oz mayonnaise
    - 6 oz mascarpone
    - 1 lb of penne
    - 2 oz of permesan
    - 2 cans whole peeled (or diced) tomatoes
    - 1 large garlic
    - Olive oil, salt, pepper, vinegar

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    - Cook Penne until al dente (drain, rinse with cold water, cover). Save 3/4 cup of boil water.
    - Large bakeable frying pan on medium with 2 tbls of olive oil, 3 cloves of chopped garlic until fragrant (1-2 mins).
    - Increase heat to M-H throw in two cans of tomatoes including juice and use spatula to stir and chop up tomatoes to small chunks at 3-4 mins to simmer.
    - Once done stir in reserved pasta water and two small containers of mascarpone, season with salt / pepper.

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    - Add noodles to sauce pan and mix.
    - Grate one small block of Parmesan cheese over top
    - Preheat oven to 450F and bake on top 1/3 of oven for 9 mins
    - Take out, grate another block of Parmesan over the top and broil or top rack @ 550F in oven (same as broiling) for 2-3 mins until it starts to crisp. I added a little extra cheese to make it more cheesy.
    - Let stand for 5 mins

    Make Salad:
    - Chop up a head of lettuce (I used iceberg)
    - Chop up some peppers of desired "heat".
    - In a bowl, add 2 oz of mayonnaise (like 3-4 tblsps), one clove of finely chopped garlic, 2 tbsps of red wine vinegar, a pinch of sugar, 2 tblspns of olive oil, salt and pepper and whisk.
    - Toss into salad. I sprinkled a little balsamic vinegar on top after tasting to add a little extra flavor.

    Serve! Makes enough for 4 with some leftovers for the next day.
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    Vietnamese-style soup:
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    YUMMMMMMY!!!!!!
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    That looks amazing!
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    You need to start a restaurant.
    Thanks, but although I have some Vietnamese DNA in me (~0.03%), I am not Vietnamese enough to open up a Vietnamese restaurant.
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    Pics of what you made for dinner tonight-42ea0014-7d2f-4898-9bd0-ef959584292e.jpgLazy Crab Louis with home made thousand island - happy new year

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    Thanks, but although I have some Vietnamese DNA in me (~0.03%), I am not Vietnamese enough to open up a Vietnamese restaurant.
    Just call it Ďfusioní

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    wife and i had a quiet NYE dinner. we planned on steamed crab.

    i invited my 91 year old neighbor, since i had plenty of food and didnt want her to fly solo ringing in the new year. she is a WW2 German survivor and is very frugal. as i was cleaning the crab she challenged me, "think you can make something out of the CRAB FAT?"

    i tasted it. i see people scoop it out and eat it. it was rich and briny. OH HELL YES!

    i dove into my fridge and made a crab fat fried rice. i did add some dried scallops to up the ocean-flavor. it was rich and decadent. not cardiologist approved!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomchakabowwow View Post
    wife and i had a quiet NYE dinner. we planned on steamed crab.

    i invited my 91 year old neighbor, since i had plenty of food and didnt want her to fly solo ringing in the new year. she is a WW2 German survivor and is very frugal. as i was cleaning the crab she challenged me, "think you can make something out of the CRAB FAT?"

    i tasted it. i see people scoop it out and eat it. it was rich and briny. OH HELL YES!

    i dove into my fridge and made a crab fat fried rice. i did add some dried scallops to up the ocean-flavor. it was rich and decadent. not cardiologist approved!

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    Tonightís rather delicious meal:
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    Thanks, but although I have some Vietnamese DNA in me (~0.03%), I am not Vietnamese enough to open up a Vietnamese restaurant.
    That's more than enough evidence to get a conviction. Are you going to press charges or was it consensual?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moe Ped View Post
    That's more than enough evidence to get a conviction. Are you going to press charges or was it consensual?
    Very much consensual!
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    Chicken sausage Orzo with roasted garlic. Paired with a virgin dark and stormy aka non-alcoholic ginger beer by itself. Bah!

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    Salad with vegetables picked about an hour before. Unbelievable flavors.


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    Meatballs and gravy, mashed potatoes and crispy broccoli. Never tried to make everything from scratch before but I did, and it was pretty good

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    Rosemary Chicken, potatoes and carrots with rosemary gravy. It was pretty frickin good:

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    I ordered an air fryer on Black Friday and have been super happy with the results. Works great on vegetables. Gets them crispy, but they still maintain their flavor. Also did the pre-battered coconut shrimp from Costco, and that was super good and easy too. Iíll take a pic of the food next time.

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    Garlic herb steak, crispy broccoli and cheesy potatoes!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RBoardman View Post
    I ordered an air fryer on Black Friday and have been super happy with the results. Works great on vegetables. Gets them crispy, but they still maintain their flavor. Also did the pre-battered coconut shrimp from Costco, and that was super good and easy too. Iíll take a pic of the food next time.
    Yep they are pretty awesome.

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    Good íol motherÉuckiní smoked tri-tip tonight:
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    Chicken afritada. Too much chicken afritada.

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    Chicken afritada. Too much chicken afritada.
    Looks good to me, that's called left overs!
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    Inspired by my sub five-foot culinary senseiÖ wherever she is. Vietnamese spring rolls with all the good stuff!
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    Made soy glazed meatloaf with crispy carrots and wasabi mashed potatoes. Paired it with Mango Dango IPA (non-alcoholic). This recipe was a frickin winner and the NA beer is really good as well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5k bike 50cent legs View Post
    Looks like someone was preemptively eating the fries off one of those plates!
    Haha that would be my son. I told him he wasnít getting any of mine, lol!
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    Relaxing at home. Took the time to do a beef short rib braise.
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    Pics of what you made for dinner tonight-28f663b5-f468-4f77-90a9-c604ec27a577.jpgRelaxing at home. Took the time to do a beef short rib braise.
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    That looks good! Neighbors cooked for us tonight, so I was off
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    Pork Bibimbap. Canít pronounce it, but itís pretty good!

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    Safeway had their choice grade (I know, I know, itís only choice grade) tri tip for $2.88/pound for club card members. I couldnít resist. Salt, ground black pepper, granulated garlic. Trial by smoke and time; hickory wood smoked for 2.5 hours, then flame seared over mesquite-fueled flames:
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    Spectacular!

    I kinda prefer choice grade from a bang for the buck aspect. It tastes beefier to me.
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    Looks awesome, I could go for some of that right about now!
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    I prefer leaner meat anyway -- good job!

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    If you like Chinese dumplings, these are excellent. Made by hand in Palo Alto.


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    Shelter-in-place Easter Sunday Dinner

    Spiral Cut Ham at Costco caught my eye during the last shopping foray:

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    Just the wifey and me today with the kids sheltering in place in their homes; wifey not a big fan of pork since the movie "Babe"---I'll be having ham sandwiches for weeks to come.

    BTW the slices freeze quite well; a good prepper food.
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    I made Fish Sticks, for my honey!

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    My special meal in a glass bloody mary recipe (my ex girlfriend who has traveled the world said my bloody marys were THE BEST) from April 4th along with special vegan tacos:
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    April 5th Ė homemade Japanese cuisine for lunch earlier in the day:
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    Barbecued dinner, April 8th:
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    First try at making homemade potstickersÖ holy balls that is a lot of work, and they disappeared quicker than I was able to make them!!!
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    Keep the pics coming. Looks great!

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    Attachment 1325753Oops thats not even the right pic. Heres the edited one I sent the wife.Maybe

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    Deep deep pantry dive. I refuse to waste groceries in our new world.

    Made a Mac and cheese with cauliflower

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finch Platte View Post
    Bok choi. Can't STAND bok choi!
    You must be doing it all wrong. Bok Choióand baby bok choy in addition to short choy sumócan be enjoyed properly if not overcooked (yet not undercooked). Although I simply steam mine in a bamboo steamer basket 90% of the time, sometimes I mix it up like a mad laowai player and lightly drizzle with sesame oil and some MSG-laden Japanese seasoned roasted black sesame seed topping; it adds just the right amount of flavour without being overpowering.
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    i steamed some Bok-Choi last night. i get it why it can be hated. it is one of the grassy-er veggies. i like it. sweet and grassy.

    i only started liking it in the last decade.

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    Bacon pasta, Ie carbonara, after a 3k sesh in Nisene. With garlic bread just to round out the carb and gluten intake.

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    Long arduous and trying day of working from home today Ė these people I work with make me want to commit sepuku!!! So I fight back with a nice 15.2% ABV zinfandel. Too god damn stressed out today to eat real food (I found out around noon-ish today my grandmother passed away last night at the ripe sane age of 95) so I consumed two bottles from around 1:45PM through to this evening. Two down tonight! Liquid dinner for the win!!! This a a surprisingly affordable yet delicious zinfandel. I think it was only $5/bottleÖ so two bottles = cheap lunch/dinner!!! Yet I dearly miss my grandmother.
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    Rip granny - pouring out a bit here for her. From the looks of your writing maybe a 3rd bottle is in order.

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    Made Jucy Lucy Burgers for the 1st time last night...

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    Waygu? Why yes, I do! Pictures from Friday night:

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    I sliced that entire gigantic chunk-o-meat into individual 1.25" thick steaks. Four are in dry aging bags in my fridge (will dry age for 28 days), I cooked two Friday night (charcoal with two chunks of hickory thrown in), and the rest are in my freezer. I have only ever had Wagyu from First Light in New Zealand (they carry them in the meat department at Summit Store), and when I was probably 16 years old (a long-ass time ago) my mother made Japanese Kobe beef. I can attest though, that this American Wagyu is quite amazing prepared simply with just salt and pepper (black and green peppercorns).
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    Boneless Ribeye's from the Summit Store Meat Case. And I agree with the other Fat Biker above, that all that is needed on quality steak, it salt and pepper!

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    Pics of what you made for dinner tonight-ad98c856-17c7-421c-b633-f92db3f05048.jpgMore meat.

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    Simple but delicious last night:
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    is that Laap Chang? chinese sausage?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomchakabowwow View Post
    is that Laap Chang? chinese sausage?

    are you a "brother from another mother?"
    Growing up I had exposure to Chinese food and culture thanks to my laowai uncle marrying a Chinese lady; our families spent a lot of time together so the Chinese sort of found itís way into my DNA.
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    The other night I made a shrimp scampi with zucchini noodles:

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    Great no pasta / low carb option:
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    Wagyu again tonight. Sh°t is super rich, I couldnít eat the whole steak. Did up some grilled shrimp too, for making some Vietnamese spring rolls with for lunch this coming week; granulated garlic and Three Crabs brand fish sauce being the all-important ingredients along with fresh squeezed lime juiceÖ OK so I obviously had to try some of the shrimp tonight for dinner.
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    Vegan tacos last night with my special home made salsa fresca.
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    Lunch today Ė homemade Vietnamese-style noodles:
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    And dinner of course just had to be home made vegetarian tacos:
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    pork something or the other, slow roasting as i type.

    you figure out what i'm doing with it.

    hints: two weber kettles and an all day brine.

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    Wagyu again Ė when ya buy it in a 22 pound slab, ya save metric craptons of money in the process.

    Tonightís feast was enhanced with a few blocks of hickory wood which added quite nicely to the rich delicious yet delicate flavour of the Wagyu.

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    Iíve been hankering for my homemade Vietnamese-style spring rolls for a while. A week or so ago I grilled up some shrimp with my pretend Vietnamese seasoning (Three Crabs brand fish sauce + granulated garlic), and tonight those little fŁckers found themselves in my stomach.
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    Pics of what you made for dinner tonight-f5eb96e9-79c2-480e-af27-8f732cb0bdf4.jpgWent back to my roots. Chinese BBQ pork. Char Sui.
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    I reactivated my sourdough starter for some pizza.

    This was about 70% hydration, which is a bit too much in my opinion, 66% seems to be the sweet spot.

    The dough was a little too soft to handle easily, and I had to be very careful to not tear it.

    It was delicious however. My 10 year old now prefers sourdough, which is a little surprising.
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    First pizza in a few months (thanks to the flour hoarders Ė probably friends of the TP hoarders) from last week. Had to order some Bobís Red Mill Artisan flour online (which made an amazing dough/crust!).
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    Dinner tonight was sorta recycling leftover dry-aged wagyu beef with some brown rice and veggies, Asian-style, and then inappropriately ďpairedĒ (mismatched is more like it ) with a nice Lodi old vine zinfandel:
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    Whoops, looks like I did it again! Hey, I was hungry nísh°t, yaknowwhaIím sayiní? Yes, you are correct in your assumptions that you are seeing smoked salmon and lightly-seared wagyu beef, along with some amazingly umami-laden stuff going on here.

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    i am actually effen sick of cooking. never thought i would reach my limit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomchakabowwow View Post
    i am actually effen sick of cooking. never thought i would reach my limit.
    Itís funny you mention that, as Iíve been pondering lately if itís getting boring for meÖ pretty much 80% of my meals are Asian-inspired/style. Yet I am improving my techniques along the way. The real problem for me is the loneliness and boredom; I live alone (no roommates), so eating all this delicious food by myself rather than sharing it with a special lady (mountain biking ladies preferred) is often depressing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker View Post
    The real problem for me is the loneliness and boredom; I live alone (no roommates)...
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    Made oven baked fried chicken. Used my charcoal grill instead of the oven. Yum!

    I did manage to burn my fingerprints away touching the wrong thing. I can feel my heartbeat in my finger pads. Faack!
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    Made oven baked fried chicken. Used my charcoal grill instead of the oven. Yum!

    I did manage to burn my fingerprints away touching the wrong thing. I can feel my heartbeat in my finger pads. Faack!
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    So tonight, no surprises hereÖ involved wagyu (AGAIN!) and stuffed some poblanos with good stuff (mixed cheeses, spices, etc.), and served with BBQ-toasted Texas toast:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker View Post
    So tonight, no surprises hereÖ involved wagyu (AGAIN!) and stuffed some poblanos with good stuff (mixed cheeses, spices, etc.), and served with BBQ-toasted Texas toast:



    Inbred retarded-assed rat-faced sh°thead moron needs a god damn haircut Ė the 1980s have been away for quite some time.
    i donít know much about Wagyu. Is it expensive? And where are you getting it? I kinda want to try it. Itís an American product?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomchakabowwow View Post
    i donít know much about Wagyu. Is it expensive? And where are you getting it? I kinda want to try it. Itís an American product?




    Another source-
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CdBa1JpXVpo

    Costco has some on their site under gourmet foods.

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    https://wagyushop.com is where I purchased mine. Buying it in bulkóin my case a single 22 pound chunkósaves a lot of money.
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    Received a hefty shipment from Catalina Offshore Products this morning so naturally it had to be SUSHI for dinner tonight!
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    Japanese style/inspired food again this evening (gee, what a surprise!)
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    Looks tasty, but you don't get tired of it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shark View Post
    Looks tasty, but you don't get tired of it?

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    Tired of what? Great food?

    Thatís like asking someone if they get tired of having great sex every night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shark View Post
    Looks tasty, but you don't get tired of it?

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    Yeah, youíre right. One mightóif they are uncultured enoughóget tired of eating homecooked professional quality gourmet meals day in and day out. Should I eat at MacDonaldís or Hometown Buffet instead?
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    I didn't mean it like that lol .

    I love making Kung Pao. I could eat it every night. My wife says no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker View Post
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    Looks baller dude! You're welcome to come cook on any of my mtb trips
    *First set of pics is awesome too, damn!
    I gotta get out to the coast or over to River for some fresh fish here soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shark View Post
    I didn't mean it like that lol .

    I love making Kung Pao. I could eat it every night. My wife says no.

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    I was being a sarcastic asshole. I gravitate regularly toward Asian-inspired/influenced cooking since itís mostly guaranteed to be full of mad flavour and also nutrition. I do vary ingredients from meal to meal so as not to get the feeling itís like leftover casserole three nights a week when we were mere lads.

    I donít know if you saw any of my previous posts regarding my upbringing, but letís just say I became a food/wine/coffee/beer snob before I was even 14 years old, thanks to my parents. My mother turned down the opportunity to meet with producers regarding establishing a cooking show on PBS back in 1981 Ė she was really THAT talented food-wise. The downside is that I cannot simply have a regular meal, and when I go to restaurants I am super skeptical from the getgo. Itís not a great thing. I am cursedÖ yet talented; first-world problems, once again, as RBoardman mentioned.

    So tomorrow night it is going to be slow-smoked (with hickory wood) beef brisketÖ YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.

    Quote Originally Posted by WHALENARD View Post
    Looks baller dude! You're welcome to come cook on any of my mtb trips
    *First set of pics is awesome too, damn!
    I gotta get out to the coast or over to River for some fresh fish here soon.

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    THANKS!!! However, I know a few people on the Norcal forums whose culinary skills are on an even higher plateau than mine Ė letís all agree that I am also inspired by them as well as my late mother.
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    Meanwhile, as the dynamic duo speeds back to the Bat CaveÖ

    I made some red snapper sashimi over salad for dinner, alongside a purposely inappropriate Belgian-style beer (Belgian style beers are NOT recommended for Japanese food but I did it just to spite the critics).
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    Pics of what you made for dinner tonight-dd75097d-3fa3-484b-b12a-2d7b007f2e61.jpeg
    Easiest flavor bombed food ever. Chicken Adobo!
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    Dammit, you guys are making me hungry.

    On a positive note, my lovely wife and I did make some killer stuffed Poblano peppers last night. No pics, sorry.
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    Oh yeah, I made dinner last night (actually I do every night):
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    Bursting with mad umami!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckha62 View Post
    Dammit, you guys are making me hungry.

    On a positive note, My lovely wife and I did make some killer stuffed Pablamo peppers last night. No pics, sorry.
    Stuffed poblano chiles are quite delicious. I made some last month which I stuffed with garlic, onions, cheese, and my special homemade blend of chili powder. I then roasted them over hickory charcoal (also threw in a piece of hickory wood for extra smokiness) on the barbecue. AMAZING!!!
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    I had a fever. And the only thing that could cure it wasÖ MORE RAW FISH!!!
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    Yup, thatís fresh wasabi in the first picture. A few pictures later you can see it all grated. Just received wasabi seeds today so I can germinate and start growing my own rather than continue to pay $79.99/pound for fresh wasabi.
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    You're killin it Leo-Stack.
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    Ditti that^, inspiring too.
    Very few sushi places use real wasabi. Definitely more intense than a nose full of horseradish. I can buy it at the Asian markets around me but I've only played with it a couple of times.

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    Not Super Recent, but...

    Awhile back I made this to replace something similar that a friend lost in the '17 Tubbs Fire.

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    Sort of a twist on a Korean (I think) BBQ. I had 1/4" steel cut by water jet and domed it for use on a Weber Smoky Joe sized BBQ grill. The center bowl holds a mixture of Butter, Sake and Soy Sauce. We use it to grill veggies and beef mainly, but thin sliced chicken and pork work just fine too.

    It makes for a great social meal experience.
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    Holy crap that is pretty kickass!!!
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    My daughter made these espresso macarons for dessert.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker View Post
    THANKS!!! However, I know a few people on the Norcal forums whose culinary skills are on an even higher plateau than mine Ė letís all agree that I am also inspired by them as well as my late mother.
    You're too modest. Every time I look at what you've made, my salivary glands kick into full mutt mode. I can't believe that you're cooking for yourself though. I mean, your plates are huge. You've got to be up to, what... 350 lbs, 375 by now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckha62 View Post
    You're too modest. Every time I look at what you've made, my salivary glands kick into full mutt mode. I can't believe that you're cooking for yourself though. I mean, your plates are huge. You've got to be up to, what... 350 lbs, 375 by now?
    LOL! The rectangular plate I use isnít very large actually. The usable surface of it (minus the raised edges) is 11Ē x 4.75Ē. Iím mostly down to eating only one meal a day since this global pandemic lockdown thing has me working from home most of the time, without much riding time, but I have maintained my usual 162 pounds somehow.
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    You and I are blessed with the same metabolism, I think. I never vary more than a pound one way or another from 162. I used to eat a crap load of food at any sitting, but I just can't (and don't need to) anymore.
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    Late lunch Ė vegetarian tacos with an unexpected Mediterranean twist in flavours (recipe upon request):
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    And then, only a couple hours later I was hankeriní for some of the slow-smoked beef brisket I made a week ago so I repurposed some into semi-Japanesque style fare:
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    Smoked chickens tonight
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