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Old 09-03-2013, 12:09 AM   #501
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Braise Beef Ribs



Pork chop with rind on and garden kale.



Roast chicken with shredded potato cakes



charcoal roasted pork
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Spicy Salmon Sashimi Rolls - used left over spicy salmon sashimi from dinner... diced them up and rolled into thin slices of cucumbers; topped with spicy mayo.
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Bruschetta - so simple, so much flavour
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Beef Brisket & Fish Ball Curry
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Chicken fettucini alfredo


Steak stroganoff
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Vietnamese Beef Stew - Slow cooker for 11 hours, could have gone for longer to soften up the brisket some more.... and annatto oil would've finished it nicely.

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Old 09-25-2013, 07:36 PM   #505
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Made my spin of the ramen burger ( Bun Bo Hue Burger)




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It's that time again! Pumpkin Spice EVERYTHING!!

Pumpkin Spice Cupcakes with Salted Caramel Frosting


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Vietnamese Beef Stew - Slow cooker for 11 hours, could have gone for longer to soften up the brisket some more.... and annatto oil would've finished it nicely.

11 hours should be more than enough time to pretty much melt the brisket...

But damn, does that ever look good!
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11 hours should be more than enough time to pretty much melt the brisket...

But damn, does that ever look good!
My thought exactly until I bit into it. Maybe I had a tough piece of brisket?
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Old 10-07-2013, 07:51 PM   #509
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hmm... realized i haven't posted for a while... so here's a few things I've made

ribs smokin away (did the 2-2-1 method)

ribs off to be foiled

after going back on the Q for a hour, basted with a honey garlic bbq sauce i made


grilled rib eye with roasted garlic compound butter, salsa verde, and pan roasted carrots




burger.. so juicy!
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First time making pho!! I have to say, I was quite impressed with myself considering I've never done this nor am I Vietnamese. Broth took me 2 days to make but in the end..turned out a bit fattier than expected (used oxtail).

My only beef (haha!) was that I used the thicker rice noodles and it soaked up the soup base WAY too fast. I should have ran cold water over it right after to stop it from cooking any longer but forgot this step
Pro tip: buy the fresh ban pho from T&T. It's located where the fresh thick Chinese rice noodles are and come in 1lb vacuum bags I think. Boil in water for a minute or two to get out the starch and place in bowl then ladle on the broth. Fresh stuff won't suck up soup as much as the dry stuff. Also, if you insist on the non-fresh and dry stuff, soak the dry noodles in warm water for a while until they don't break from bending them before boiling it.

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Gnocchi, tossed in a Thyme Brown Butter and a spritz of lemon


Hand Made Pappardelle, with a Fresh Roasted Tomato and Roasted Garlic Sauce.
Topped with Roasted Cherry Tomatoes, Shaved Parmesan, and Drizzled with Olive Oil


More Pappardelle, same as above, but added some Sausage, Grape Tomatoes, and Garlic Bread


Vegan Kung Pao, with Roasted Yukon Gold Potatoes, Fried Tofu, Sitting on top of Sticky Coconut Almond Rice. On top is thin sliced Green Onion, Cilantro and Toasted Nori.
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Ok, this is pathetic (it's okay, laugh)

But I used some Ryvita, spread some muffaleta and hummus over it, then a slice of prosciutto (I fucking love prosciutto!)

Pros: Any tips or pointers on what to make with prosciutto for a quick and easy meal?
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Prosciutto wrapped prawns
Saltimboca (veal wrapped in prosciutto with sage)
Prosciutto sandwich with grainy mustard, provolone and artichokes on crusty bread
Prosciutto and sole wrapped up, seared with a citrus beurre blanc
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Prosciutto with blue cheese and pear mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
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Yep.

Idea stolen from Finch's signature sandwich.




My slight twist was finish with a drizzle of homemade roasted garlic olive oil.
But, they seriously deserve all the credit for this.

So good.
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Jerk pork with dirty redskin mashed and glazed carrots.
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Made a seafood boil for thanksgiving dinner tonight

Crab, Clams, Mussels, prawns, red snapper, halibut broth, onions, celery, potatos and fresh fennel.
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Made a seafood boil for thanksgiving dinner tonight

Crab, Clams, Mussels, prawns, red snapper, halibut broth, onions, celery, potatos and fresh fennel.

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damn that looks so appetizing. I'd love to dunk a piece of garlic toast in there
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Thanksgiving dinner by moi





Finished with a cheesecake

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Damn cheesecake looks bomb!

I'm planning on doing a rotisserie prime rib for a dinner party we are having anyone have any tips?
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Brine it and pull it early and rest it. Really the only important things you can do for the meat. Everything else is just details.
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By rotisserie, you will be doing this over the bbq?
I've never tried that.

For me, it's low and slow.
Use a thermometer.
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