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MiddleOne
Feb 17, 2011



Theophany posted:

Trigger warning - there are eating utensils in the photo below.



Bacon-wrapped pork faggots with sautéed mushrooms and spring onions.

Triggered, but not in an utensil way: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BnXPMHj68LM

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Pollyanna
Mar 5, 2005

Joke's on them.


Theophany posted:

Trigger warning - there are eating utensils in the photo below.



Bacon-wrapped pork faggots with sautéed mushrooms and spring onions.

Gonna need the recipe for those mushrooms.

sweat poteto
Feb 16, 2006

Everybody's gotta learn sometime

Tater kale mushroom salad & fresh bread
http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/...ale-recipe.html

Theophany
Jul 22, 2014



Pollyanna posted:

Gonna need the recipe for those mushrooms.

I'd been sauteeing my veggies in a frying pan but last night after a few vodkas convinced myself that a wok was the correct tool for the job. 25g of butter, 250g of mushrooms (I went with chestnut for the colour, but any fresh shrooms will do) and 100g of sliced spring onions.

Keep the heat moderately high and keep the vegetables moving around the pan at all times. After 10-15 mins the mushrooms should have given up their moisture, gotten a nice colour and be ready to serve.

Hob_Gadling
Jul 6, 2007

I'm mad that the racists and bigots are being oppressed! Why can't I express my desire for Islamic genocide on these forums without being probated for it?


Grimey Drawer

Made a sammich. Ham, blue cheese and thousand island dressing.

Tev
Aug 13, 2008


Hob_Gadling posted:

Made a sammich. Ham, blue cheese and thousand island dressing.



Looks like chickencheese to me. I'd eat it.

theres a will theres moe
Jan 10, 2007




Hair Elf

looks like dumpster pot luck but I would also still eat it

Random Hero
Jun 4, 2004
I could sure go for a Miller High Life...

Beef & Chicken Homemade Teriyaki

IT BURNS
Nov 19, 2012


Random Hero posted:

Beef & Chicken Homemade Teriyaki



Recipe for the sauce?

Random Hero
Jun 4, 2004
I could sure go for a Miller High Life...

IT BURNS posted:

Recipe for the sauce?

It's a recipe that I got from an Asian cooking class at the CIA in NY:

1 Cup Light Soy Sauce
1 Cup Sake
3/4 Cup Mirin
1/2 Cup Sugar (I usually cut this down a bit)
1/2 Cup Grated Apple

Add soy, sake, mirin and sugar to a saucepan and bring to a boil. Add the grated apple and reduce the heat slightly. Let it simmer for awhile, 10-15m, to thicken a bit. Remove from heat and let cool. Strain.

I then use some of the sauce to marinate the meat before grilling or finishing in a pan, and then thicken the sauce even more by simmering in a pot and adding a little cornstarch slurry. I pour the thickened sauce over the meat before I serve. I also like to add thai red chiles to the sauce with the apples to add some heat to it as well.

kittenmittons
Dec 10, 2009


Post-superbowl detox. Steamed halibut, baby bok choy, mushroom-miso broth


snyprmag
Oct 9, 2005



Random Hero posted:

It's a recipe that I got from an Asian cooking class at the CIA in NY:

1 Cup Light Soy Sauce
1 Cup Sake
3/4 Cup Mirin
1/2 Cup Sugar (I usually cut this down a bit)
1/2 Cup Grated Apple

Add soy, sake, mirin and sugar to a saucepan and bring to a boil. Add the grated apple and reduce the heat slightly. Let it simmer for awhile, 10-15m, to thicken a bit. Remove from heat and let cool. Strain.

I then use some of the sauce to marinate the meat before grilling or finishing in a pan, and then thicken the sauce even more by simmering in a pot and adding a little cornstarch slurry. I pour the thickened sauce over the meat before I serve. I also like to add thai red chiles to the sauce with the apples to add some heat to it as well.

I've made teriyaki a bunch of times and have never heard of the grated apple step. Is it noticeable and worth the effort?

Random Hero
Jun 4, 2004
I could sure go for a Miller High Life...

snyprmag posted:

I've made teriyaki a bunch of times and have never heard of the grated apple step. Is it noticeable and worth the effort?

Well, to be fair, I've never tried it without the apple, but I do it with granny smith apples and feel like the tartness adds something to it. I don't like the sauce to be overly sweet so I usually do 1/4 cup sugar and 1/2 cup grated apple which I feel like adds enough of the sweet taste while not being too much.

Theophany
Jul 22, 2014



kittenmittons posted:

Post-superbowl detox. Steamed halibut, baby bok choy, mushroom-miso broth




That's my kind of dinner right there.

Thoht
Aug 3, 2006



Random Hero posted:

Well, to be fair, I've never tried it without the apple, but I do it with granny smith apples and feel like the tartness adds something to it. I don't like the sauce to be overly sweet so I usually do 1/4 cup sugar and 1/2 cup grated apple which I feel like adds enough of the sweet taste while not being too much.

I would guess the pectin probably adds a little bit of body to it as well.

Tiggum
Oct 23, 2007


Submarine Sandpaper
May 27, 2007

ASK ME ABOUT HOW I GHOULISHLY CELEBRATE THE DEATH OF CHILDREN TO TEACH THEIR PARENTS "A LESSON"


The Midniter
Jul 9, 2001




Ooh, vegan sloppy joe made from lentils?? Recipe please?

Submarine Sandpaper
May 27, 2007

ASK ME ABOUT HOW I GHOULISHLY CELEBRATE THE DEATH OF CHILDREN TO TEACH THEIR PARENTS "A LESSON"


I did minimalist baker's. The buns were homemade though.

taqueso
Mar 8, 2004




:bernget:



Yeah thats the stuff right there

charliebravo77
Jun 11, 2003



Homemade ricotta gnocchi, mushroom cream sauce, chicken breast.

Phil Moscowitz
Feb 19, 2007

Avant de chanter
Ma vie, de fair' des
Harangues
Dans ma gueul' de bois
J'ai tourne sept fois
Ma langue
J'suis issu de gens
Qui etaient pas du gen-
re sobre
On conte que j'eus
La tetee au jus
D'octobre...

Saw some monster shrimp so had to use them for something.



Shrimp and cheese grits. Used some leftover tomatillos in the sauce which gave some nice acidity to the sauce without adding lemon juice.

blixa
Jan 9, 2006

Kein bestandteil sein

Phil Moscowitz posted:

Saw some monster shrimp so had to use them for something.



Shrimp and cheese grits. Used some leftover tomatillos in the sauce which gave some nice acidity to the sauce without adding lemon juice.



gently caress yes.

sterster
Jun 18, 2006
nothing



Coastal dry rubbed salmon cooked on cedar planks. Roasted parm asparagus & baked potato.

Cavenagh
Oct 9, 2007

Grrrrrrrrr.

Valentine's Dinner:

Scallop Fra Diavolo with Black Tagliatelle and Peas.

snyprmag
Oct 9, 2005



Easy weeknight Valentine's with sous vide t-bone and chimichurri (shouts out Random Hero's from last page) with Kenji's 3-ingredient mac and cheese and some steamed broccolini.

Doom Rooster
Sep 3, 2008


Pillbug

snyprmag posted:

Easy weeknight Valentine's with sous vide t-bone and chimichurri (shouts out Random Hero's from last page) with Kenji's 3-ingredient mac and cheese and some steamed broccolini.


Looks awesome! How's the mac and cheese? I watched the video, but haven't tried it yet.

snyprmag
Oct 9, 2005



It was just about as easy as making it from a box and a whole lot better.

Grizzled Patriarch
Mar 27, 2014

These dentures won't stop me from tearing out jugulars in Thunderdome.




Trying to work on taking better photos with the terrible lighting in my apartment.

Here's some chermoula chicken and pearl couscous:

Sexual Davis
Jan 18, 2010



Tiggum posted:



  1. Carrot, capsicum, apple, cheese, lemon juice, mayonnaise.
  2. Kidney beans, lima beans, butter beans, chick peas, red onion, balsamic vinegar, olive oil.
  3. Chicken, spinach, sun-dried tomatoes, anchovies, parmesan, garlic, lemon juice, worcestershire sauce, salt, pepper, olive oil.

lol

Ayem
Mar 4, 2008


Grizzled Patriarch posted:

Trying to work on taking better photos with the terrible lighting in my apartment.

Here's some chermoula chicken and pearl couscous:



Look pretty great! Love me some chermoula.

DiomedesGodshill
Feb 21, 2009


Cavenagh posted:

Valentine's Dinner:

Scallop Fra Diavolo with Black Tagliatelle and Peas.



That's badass. The presentation is spot on.

J.A.B.C.
Jul 2, 2007

There's no need to rush to be an adult.


Cavenagh posted:

Valentine's Dinner:

Scallop Fra Diavolo with Black Tagliatelle and Peas.



I made scallops in white wine sauce with black garlic, paired with herb-crusted steak. It looks nothing like that, and now I'm insanely jealous.

Fenrir
Apr 26, 2005

We will fight them to the last. And we will defend those that cannot defend themselves. Today we fight, brothers and sisters. Today we stand up and never, ever relent. Brothers and sisters -- prepare yourselves. Today we go to WAR!


Lipstick Apathy

Steak and sprouts is my favorite dinner.

kumba
Nov 8, 2003


enjoy the ride


Lipstick Apathy

Some coconut curry chicken soup:

paraquat
Nov 25, 2006

Burp


^Nice^
I made some black bean soup that perfectly matched the color of my table

Magic Hate Ball
May 6, 2007

ha ha ha!
you've already paid for this


kumba posted:

Some coconut curry chicken soup:



Woah, what's your recipe?

MiddleOne
Feb 17, 2011



kumba posted:

Some coconut curry chicken soup:



Jesus seconded, that soup is stunning.

kumba
Nov 8, 2003


enjoy the ride


Lipstick Apathy

Magic Hate Ball posted:

Woah, what's your recipe?

In a big pot on medium heat, add

3 cloves garlic, minced
1 Tbsp ginger, minced
2 Tbsp red curry paste
2 Tbsp oil, I like sesame

Cook for 5ish minutes (until the curry paste darkens a bit and it smells heavenly); then, add

8 oz diced chicken breast

Cook until just barely opaque, 5-6 minutes; then, add

6 oz coconut milk
32 oz chicken broth
16 oz water
2 Tbsp fish sauce

Bring to a boil, add salt/water depending on your desired saltiness; then, add

6-8 oz rice vermicelli noodles*

Stir it all up, ladle into bowls, garnish with scallions, cilantro, lime juice. Takes about 20 minutes to make and it's as good as it looks.

* If you're cooking for one or are otherwise planning on having leftovers, I do not suggest adding the noodles to the pot, and would instead highly encourage you to add a portion of noodles to your personal bowl and pour the soup over them. The thin noodles will NOT reheat well because they will turn to mush and you will be sad.

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MiddleOne
Feb 17, 2011



Cheers, definitely trying that out next time I have access to a stove.

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