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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by tandin, May 4, 2016.
German potato salad to go with beer brats tonight
What was the spice level on that steak? Cooking for a little person, but I've never worked with gochujang
Sous vide grass fed NY strip. 129 for an hour sear in cast iron and Spooner butter garlic over it. Red potatoes with skin on, green beans were just frozen cooked in chicken brother with bacon and garlic. I also finished my wife's in the over for a few minutes as she likes her more medium.
Love spooner butter garlic
Making this gochujang marinated steak tonight. Also using flank instead of skirt because that’s what I have.
Pro tip: I didn’t end up doing the pickled onions with tortillas to go with it and regret it
I think we have better but 4rivers and poms are like, decent...right?
The last visit I had to 4Rivers was actually pretty good. Their new farm project is cool. His politics suck but whatever.
Poms is just so mediocre it hurts. Nothing special and the people that work there/eat there are pretentious fucks over a bleh sandwich.
I made pickled shallots this morning actually so that will work.
Now I demand a Mix list of the best 20 places to eat in Orlando (takeout only for now bc covid).
I will work on this but right now its definitely Orlando Meats #1
Cod (seasoned with ancho, salt, tequila lime, blackend seasoning, old bay, lime juice, evo and smoked paprika)
Homemade flour and masa tortillas (game changer)
cabbage, lime, pickled red onion and cilantro slaw and some zazzy cream sauce
Mexican street corn and spanish rice
Do you have to host the photos somewhere to post them here? What’s easiest?
Just post from my phone.
“Upload a File”
Upload a a file, then select pic you want to post
We also tried this and it was alright for a first time but not perfect. That was at the beginning
Wife was worried about the gochujang marinade (she’s a ‘prove I like it’ type) so I made it half Korean marinade and half traditional American seasoning.
gochujang was better for both of us.
made some twice baked potatoes with the steak.
pickled shallots not pictured
One mistake was putting too much rub on the meat, you can clearly see it in the last picture. One of them Is kind of overwhelmed with rub. They all were actually, it was too salty and a little overcooked. But it was still pretty good. Next time, less rub, focus on not losing any juice and I need more sauce.
it’s a 4-5 hours cook but not very demanding.
fiancée defended her PhD dissertation on Friday so we’ve been celebrating all weekend. Ending the weekend with homemade lasagna and grilled Caesar salad
Congrats to the fiancée and congrats on the sex
I love a grilled Caesar.
I'm bringing the brahjowl Taques can you bring the gabagool?
buy_dont_lease is bringing the gavadeel
Got this book a while back and love it. I have had to order a decent amount of spices and ingredients from the internet as I can't find them at the store. Tons of awesome recipes from all over the world though.
Mauritian Chicken Biryani
Burmese Shan Khao Swe
South Korean Dakgangjeong
Indian Masala Noodles
Beer battered crappie that my bro in law brought over.
Make at home steak sandwich kit with a Caesar Salad.
What I love about these kits is I’m not making a balsamic reduction to dress micro greens as well as caramelizing onions for a meal on a Monday, not to mention finding that quality of ciabatta. But when a restaurant gives me mise en place I will make it on a Monday.
Anyone make their own butter? I am thinking about giving it a try with some heavy cream and salt.
Ive done it before just to try it, but it's not something I do regularly
It’s fairly easy if you have the churner, but it’s honestly not that much better than store bought.
did the ramen kit with the add on this week
This is perfection.
We didn’t do the add-on but we had the ramen and it was really good.
That looks fantastic
Equal parts cornstarch and flour, 1tsp baking POWDER. Salt pepper, one bottle of beer.
The batter stuck like glue but was very crispy and light.
chuck roast enchiladas
terrific ratio of enchilada to rice.
did a quick veggie and shrimp stir fry and made a sauce with coconut milk and curry paste over basmati rice. Quick and delish
Will do again on a larger scale
scallops with spinach salad
The scallops are so sexy, they look perfectly cooked
Taques is upping his plating and presentation and the haters are furious
I did another rando puree (of questionable puree-yness but whatever) with scallops, beat the shit out of some past it broccolini and threw in some short grain brown rice that I cooked a little in the scallop pan. Puree was some yellow sweet peppers, rapeseed oil, rice wine vinegar, lemon, salt/pepper, and chili flake. It was fucking tasty lol
Made some fried chicken sandwiches for dinner
Sous vide thighs to 155*
Dry, wet, dry in habanero death dust flour
Fried at 350*
ACV and peppercorn slaw to finish
Suck it, Popeyes
Somethings wrong with your camera, the edges get blurry for some reason.