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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by tandin, May 4, 2016.
Good point. If not, I’m keeping for myself.
sauteed green beans
made corn and leek soup today
You need to link that recipe fucker because I gotsta make that!
here u go: https://www.seriouseats.com/amp/recipes/2015/08/pressure-cooker-corn-soup-recipe.html
i blended the soup with some butter and it made it very velvety
Yours looks infinity times better than the pic they have! Is that sweet potatoes you added to it?
diced up garlic knockwurst, or whatever sausage I have on hand ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
also add roasted corn but otherwise it’s more or less to the letter
That recipe is fucking fire too
Pulled some pickling cucumbers from the garden. Am now making 5lbs of Cochon bread and butter pickles.
Ive never used one of these but the accessories make it appealing. 6qts seems like more than I would need though?
New butcher shop opened up by my place a bit ago. I'm now addicted. Had their reg burger and lamb burger with watermelon rind tzatziki. This pork terrine with roasted mozz, watermelon, mint, and strawberry buttermilk was just so damn good. And it was $10 including tax. These guys fuck.
First attempt at making Okonomiyaki. The one at Xiao Boa Biscuit in Charleston is one of the best things I've ever eaten.
The pancake is cabbage, carrots, scallions, and kale. Topped with furikake, kewpie, sriracha, fried egg, scallions, and pork candy floss.
I'm not familiar with this dish but it looks phenomenal. Recipe, please?
Mexican fish stew
Onion, carrots, fire roasted tomatoes, potatoes, garlic, shrimp, White fish cod, tilapia etc. Salt pepper, paprika, achiote chili powder, chipotle chili powder, oregano. Two ish teaspoons of each.
Saute veggies, with spices
Peel shrimp, boil shrimp shells with salt and bay leaf. 8ish cups of water. For 20 mins or so.
When veggies are fragrant strain the shrimp stock into the veggie pot. Add potatoes and simmer until potatoes are cooked turn heat low. Shrimp and fish come last and just kind of poach in the soup.
Garnish with onion and cilantro, lime juice.
Salt and pepper to taste.
Key is to put shrimp and fish in at the last minute so they just sort of poach in the stew and stay really tender.
It was delicious.
Also taking the time to make the stock from the shrimp shells
Some locals we work with here brought in Arabic food today and holy balls it was good. Best I've had in quite some time .
nice, i love okonomiyaki
so i think ming tsai may live in my apartment complex
made an olive sourdough today, pretty happy with it
That crumb structure.
Had the homemade pickles on hand, so I roasted a pork loin (marinated in a mojo first). Sliced thin, added some ham and swiss, grilled, and Cuban sandwiches for dinner tonight.
Can't see shit
Was too good to wait and get a pic. But I have 4 more rolls, so I’ll try later this week.
https://homeandcooksales.com has their b-stock all-clad sale ending tonight
got a 10" fry pan and 3qt saute pan for $150 ($235 off)
Just to satisfy your food porn desires, I had them on back-to-back days.
Now I am getting a spicy Cuban at Jimmy’s tomorrow
Anyone have a good New Orleans-style red beans and rice recipe? Beans have been soaking overnight, and I was going to go with the Serious Eats recipe tonight but wanted to see if anyone had anything better
About to go to an asian market to find some fresh lo mein noodles, shaoxing wine, and dark soy. Anything else I should grab that can only be found there?
not necessarily "only" found there, but found there for either cheaper or better quality:
toasted sesame oil
black sesame seeds
black bean paste
any curry pastes that look good
bin bin crackers for snacks
Glass noodles and sticky rice
Jalapeño poppers with chipotle creme
(Sous vide) Carnitas
Best chef’s knife for under $100?
I’m a fan of both of these:
I have the chef's knife and can confirm that it's a darn good knife at that price point. I use a honing steel before each use to keep it aligned and sharpen it it once a year.
Recipe on the poppers?
It’s not a menu item but this is from the chef at Butcher & the Boar.
I cooked them in a cast iron skillet until the cheese melted and prosciutto (subbed for Serrano) crisped up. It took about 5 minutes in the grill.
For serving, smear the chipotle creme on a plate, place jalapeño on top, garnish.
The chipotle creme was fire.
Chicken noodle shepherd's pie
Sous vide rump roast into French dip sliders
Cauliflower mash twice baked
Maybe I could eat 75 of these
those are some nice grill marks
True. Biship Next time put some of those grill marks on your asparagus, too. Trust me.