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Old 07-02-2013, 12:23 AM   #76
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Still more photos from when Obsideon came to visit.
Photos by Ed Eats

3rd Course: Lemony Cannellini Bean and Arugula Salad

with capers, shallots, and lemon balm and arugula from my garden.




4th Course: Roasted Cherry Tomatoes filled with Goat Cheese Cream

Golden lemon thyme flower, firm ripened goat cheese from Portneuf with a touch a cream.


Piping the goat cheese cream mixture into the tomatoes.
Doing so little of it, it's not even worth breaking out the piping bag.


Served on damascus steel gyuto.
Because we like to live dangerously here at the Eatery.



5th Course: Kale and Onion Fritter

Ingredients for the dressing about to get smooshed.
Shallots, lime juice and zest, thai chilies, sugar, fish sauce, lemon grass and cilantro.


It tastes pretty good, but there is no color contrast on the plate which makes me really sad.
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Those did taste f'n amazing but yeah, they're not very pretty.
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Putting the girls to work rubbing the duck breasts.





A tiny corner of my garden.
Black kale, green kale, dinosaur kale and brussels sprouts.






Another attempt at the kale fritters.
Mashed the dressing less.
Used 2 types of kale this time.





Grilling some chili and lime tiger prawns over fire.





Franciscana figs, pan seared, feta and balsamic reduction




椒鹽 Pig's Ear (Jiew Yeem)





Squid, stuffed with wild and brown rice, toasted walnuts and dates.
Grilled over a wood fire.
Simple stir fried tentacles.






Pan fried chicken breast, white wine and morel mushroom sauce.
Asparagus






Winter Flower Honey Yogurt Semifreddo with Raspberries and Pistachios





Prep for 삼겹살 (Korean grilled pork belly).
Each piece, cut myself.






Spicy Korean pork belly.
Marinade made by a friend.






Grilling and eating in the backyard.





Fire grilled baby octopus with lime.
Tumeric coconut milk sauce.






Quick pickled cucumbers.
Stir fried pork jowl with 5 spice.






Oooey, gooey s'mores.





White wine steamed clams with garlic, fennel, shallots and cream.
Garlic butter for ciabatta.






Grilled beef ribs.





멸치볶음 (myeolchibokkeum)
Stir fried dried anchovies, Korean style.






Basil, almond and garlic pesto.





Squash blossoms.
Stuffed with ricotta and lemon zest.






Squash blossoms.
Stuffed with ricotta and lemon zest.
Tempura batter.






Purple potato cups, lined with a basil, almond and garlic pesto.
Filled with doubled smoked bacon, toasted almond and raisins.
Finished with arugula form my garden.






Roasted beef bone marrow. Scooped out and ready to use.





Roasted beef bone marrow purple mashed potatoes.
Also, loaded with cream and butter.
Girls, don't complain, just stick it in your mouth and smile.

It's easier to ask forgiveness than to get permission.






Fresh, hand-cut and scratch-made tagliatelle.
Roasted garlic cream.
Fire grilled rosemary veal breast.
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This is hands down the best sandwich I have ever made.
- Garlic coil from International Sausage House
- Flax seed mountain bread from Oliver's Breads
- Ricotta cheese and a generous amount of lemon zest
- A whole onion, caramelized
- Frisee
- Half a roma tomato
- Grainy dijon mustard




Hand cut tagliattele. 2 types of kale and tomato in an extremely rich garlic cream sauce.





Aburi oshizushi
Wild sockey, mango, kewpie mayo, thinly sliced lemon.





Negitoro, quail egg, toasted nori slivers




Aburi tuna. Grated ginger and green onion.





Ebi mayo.
Batter was crap. Didn't fry hot enough.
I was not impressed.




燒肉 - Cantonese style roast pork
My best batch yet, but that's not saying a lot.

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Stuffed Meatballs and Marinara
Stuffed with proscuitto, kale and bocconcini





Pan seared sockey salmon with hollandaise and salmon crackling

Spinach, blueberry, brocolli, grape tomatoes, slivered asian pear.
Franciscanna figs, toasted almonds goji berries.
Guava vinaigrette.






Spicy veal breast stuffed with anchovies, sweet red peppers and anchovies.
Braised in pinot grigio, tomatoes, gaeta olives and capers.
Blueberry and fig jam.
Sweet potato pavé.






Broccoli caesar salad.






Intensely flavored Galore strawberries from my garden.
The are only the size of your fingertip







Hand cut tagliatelle with 2 types of kale and tomato.
Extremely rich garlic cream sauce.
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순두부찌개 (soondubu jjigae) Korean spicy tofu stew.
감자 조림 (Gamja jorim) Potatoes with soy sauce.






Bacon





Grilled Eggplant and Zucchini Napoleon.
Pan seared squid.
Spicy tomato chutney.
Basil shallot vinaigrette.
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Cedar Plank Salmon.
2 ways. Homemade mayo.





Quail eggs





Cedar plank grilled sockey, lemon, shallots, dill and homemade mayo.
New potato salad, shallot oil, honey, grainy dijon.
Quails eggs and bacon.





Profiteroles with vanilla cream.
Dark chocolate, raw strawberry coulis





Korean perilla





Swiss chard





Black krim tomatoes





Some sort of heirloom cherry tomatoes





One of many basil plants.





Scrambled eggs (with hella lots of butter and cream)
Dry cured salami. Smoked cheddar/provolone blend.





Some tagliatelle from Italy.
Chunky marinara, basil, parmigiano-reggiano and roasted garlic olive oil to finish.

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Rosemary Buttermilk Southern Fried Chicken
Belgian Waffle
Cajun Honey Butter

Coleslaw with dijon and horseradish aioli

From scratch of course.
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I kinda make things up as I go and adjust on the fly.
I'm afraid I don't have recipes...
Plus, it's not like I'm making things up entirely, lots are from random recipes or methods I find online.




Sage butter roasted chicken with root vegetables





Home made kettle chips





燒肉 - Cantonese Style Roast Pork





Chicken karaage, stir fried rape with shallots
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Mapo Tofu





Cheese and charcuterie platter
(Dad brought some fancy ass cheese back from France )






Homemade pizza
Heirloom black krim tomatoes from the garden







Cinnamon bread.
I'm learning to bake!
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How the heck did I miss this thread?!? Amazing dishes brah.
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Burger Night



Rendering out some beef tallow
For fries.





Bacon wrapped in lettuce
Makes for a good snack during prep.





Fries
Hand cut, double fried in beef tallow.





Burger #1






Burger #2






Burger #3




3-Cut beef patty:
- Handcut ribeye
- Finely ground brisket
- Ground chuck



Trimmings:
Scratchmade roasted garlic aioli.
Polskie ogórki pickles
Cambozola cheese.
Naturally smoked bacon.
Caramelized onions
Red onions
Field ripened tomatoes
Iceberg lettuce (soaked overnight for max crispiness)
Grainy dijon mustard


Bun:
Brioche. Toasted with tallow in a pan.
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Overnight slow roasted cherry tomatoes
Use for some canapes, but they weren't that pretty.
Tomatoes were too juicy to slice open, so I had to top off the herbed goat cheese on top of them instead in a sliced gash. I can't pipe worth a damn.




New England Clam Chowder
with 3 different types of bacon...
- double smoked
- dry cured
- side bacon ends
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"Overclocked" my oven to 700°F.
Pretty sure there goes my home insurance.


My sorry attempt at making Neapolitan style pizza




Assortment of meats
  • Dry cured salami
  • Spicy italian sausage.
  • Soppressata
  • Speck
  • Capicola




Extra mozza, Just a bit of salami.





Assortment of meats, roasted garlic.




Assortment of meats, kalamata olives.




Just another random one.




Lighter on the marinara.
Goat cheese, onions, basil, kalamata olives, and a crap ton of roasted garlic olive oil.




My first batch had dough at 24 hours.
I was a lot nicer after 48 hours.
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Apple Pie from scratch




Hotpot Sauce bowl





Sage Butter Roast Chicken
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Bacon, in chunks.





My brother has a limequat tree.
Apparently that's a thing.






ifucare made chicken curry.
I put it over rice, added cheese and baked it.
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Ronin visited and graciously snapped a few photos...


Steak tartare

The ingredients:
- Ribeye (Fat and connective tissue trimmed).
- Shallots
- Anchovies (finely chopped)
- Capers
- Cornichons
- Dijon
- Worcestershire
- Curly parsley
- Shallot oil
- Roasted garlic olive oil


I trimmed off all the fat on the beef.




I'm so Asian, I use chopsticks to make French food.





3 Quail's egg yolks.





Come on, you know you want some.





This isn't the 70s.
I don't need not stinking ring molds.
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Ring molds and paprika on the rims of the plate. Lately I've been hounding my chef to do a plated dinner as an event where we go back to the 70s/80s. Huge sprigs of rosemary, steak au poivre, coq au vin, all the fun classics done pure tacky old school style. I think he really wants to make it happen.
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I love me some steak au poivre.
Had it at Bistro Bistrot, but alas, it's not a steakhouse that does a nice crust on their steak.

I should make that again.
It's been about a year since I've had one.

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Oysters Rockefeller

Again, photos by Ronin.
Bitchwork by ifucare. As usual, I made him work for his meal



Oysters, freshly shucked, par-cooked with garlic and shallots.




Shells, cleaned. Lined with blanched spinach and crispy crumbled bacon.
Oyster liquor is added to a lemon cream reduction.
Oysters went back on top of this.





Top off oysters with remaining cream reduction.
Bake
(I had to torch them because my oven is old and has no broiler).





Toasted panko, parsley and bacon in a bit of bacon fat to form a crispy crumble.




I got sloppy, crumble is a bit burnt.
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Cantonese style roast duck
I need to buy me some meat hooks





Peking Duck
Yes, wrapper from scratch too.
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