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Stangg
Mar 17, 2009


Smoked Mackerel Salad



Mince and Herb Ravioli, Roasted Tomato Sauce, Sweet Balsamic Glaze



Pork Belly Ramen



Tuna Ceviche rolled in Avocado



Pan Roasted Lamb, Fondant Potato, Carrot and Cumin Puree, Port and Blackberry Jus

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Ranter
Jul 11, 2004



Stangg posted:

Mince and Herb Ravioli, Roasted Tomato Sauce, Sweet Balsamic Glaze



Mmmm smeared poop!

loving fantastic food, dude/dudette!

Stangg
Mar 17, 2009


Ranter posted:

Mmmm smeared poop!

loving fantastic food, dude/dudette!

Yeah I'm really trying to work on my plating, I had the right concept for the ravioli but the glaze really didn't come out well.

Thanks

Ranter
Jul 11, 2004



Fondant potatoes are the bees knees btw. My favorite way to consume potatoes.

Casu Marzu
Oct 20, 2008

me larvae long time


Stangg posted:


Mince and Herb Ravioli, Roasted Tomato Sauce, Sweet Balsamic Glaze




Road rash dot jaypeg




Made a big batch of oi sobagi cuz this extended winter sucks and I want crunchy refreshing summer foods already.

Republicans
Oct 14, 2003

- More money for us

- Fuck you


Buttermilk wings!



I can't believe I was out of paprika but oh well they still taste great.

angor
Nov 14, 2003
teen angst

Made enchiladas over the weekend. Mushroom, Oaxaca, and queso enchilado. Sauce is guajillo and pasilla negro.

Pre-bake


Post-bake

Nhilist
Jul 29, 2004
I like it quiet in here

angor posted:

Made enchiladas over the weekend. Mushroom, Oaxaca, and queso enchilado. Sauce is guajillo and pasilla negro.

Pre-bake


Post-bake


Doing enchiladas for dinner tonight, can pretty much assure you will not be as gorgeous as those are.

VelociBacon
Dec 8, 2009

Hey, hey, you better get back out there. There's a few places on that 'bot that weren't ripped to shreds.

Make sure to post them right under that goons so there's a really sharp contrast.

Stangg
Mar 17, 2009


I made an attempt at modern plating tonight, it's a bit rough around the edges but at least everything was cooked perfectly and the flavours really worked well together (thought the radish was way too strong when I tasted it but it fit really well with the dish). I wanted to make a chive emulsion instead of the dijon mayo but I forgot to buy cheesecloth

Seared King Scallops, Pea Puree, Pickled Radish, Pan fried beetroot and almonds, Dijon Mayo and Micro Greens.

Stangg fucked around with this message at Apr 17, 2018 around 20:50

Casu Marzu
Oct 20, 2008

me larvae long time


Your green spoon splooges are too big but otherwise it looks fine. Edit: the white splorts inside the green spoon splooges are kinda silly too.

That being said, I'd eat it.

If your radishes are too fiery, rinse em under hot water for a second after you slice. Also works if you wanna make super quick pickled onions.

La Brea Carpet
Nov 22, 2007

I have no mouth and I must post


Stangg posted:

I made an attempt at modern plating tonight, it's a bit rough around the edges but at least everything was cooked perfectly and the flavours really worked well together (thought the radish was way too strong when I tasted it but it fit really well with the dish). I wanted to make a chive emulsion instead of the dijon mayo but I forgot to buy cheesecloth

Seared King Scallops, Pea Puree, Pickled Radish, Pan fried beetroot and almonds, Dijon Mayo and Micro Greens.



I'm the Georgia O'Keeffe inspired plating.

Looks good, wish I could make something like that

The Doctor
Jul 8, 2007

The angels have my snatch

Fallen Rib

Republicans posted:

Buttermilk wings!



I can't believe I was out of paprika but oh well they still taste great.

My sweet gently caress that's some mighty fine looking fried chicken. Method?

Stangg
Mar 17, 2009


Tonight I decided to give my wallet a break and pulled some chicken breasts out of the freezer and used up the veg in my fridge from the week so far.

Chicken supremes sauteed in clarified butter, braised carrots, baked cucumber and a charred pepper puree (with a little kick).

The plating sucks but the food tasted good and the chicken breasts were perfectly cooked.

Pollyanna
Mar 5, 2005

Joke's on them.


Tried making chicken calvados tonight, and...I don't think I liked it. I don't know if it was the stringy, tendony boneless chicken drumsticks, the two cups of calvados, or the bland-rear end cream sauce, but it really didn't taste very good.

Casu Marzu
Oct 20, 2008

me larvae long time


Pollyanna posted:

Tried making chicken calvados tonight, and...I don't think I liked it. I don't know if it was the stringy, tendony boneless chicken drumsticks, the two cups of calvados, or the bland-rear end cream sauce, but it really didn't taste very good.

All of the above? If you're deboning a chicken leg, you really gotta make sure to get all the tendons out. I'm not sure I would want to deal with deboning a leg in most cases, that seems like way too much work for what you get.


That recipe seems terrible in general.


Edit: I'm kinda curious what made you choose that recipe over all the other poulet a la normandy/chicken calvados recipes on Google? All recipes pretty much routinely sucks in my opinion.

Casu Marzu fucked around with this message at Apr 19, 2018 around 02:50

Nooner
Mar 26, 2007

AN A+ POSTER (:

i made this tonight

https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes...paghetti-squash

its really good!! (:

Republicans
Oct 14, 2003

- More money for us

- Fuck you


The Doctor posted:

My sweet gently caress that's some mighty fine looking fried chicken. Method?

Whisk some of the buttermilk into the dredging flour so it's full of little bits. Otherwise it's a standard two-step breading method, or I guess one step since I soak the chicken in the buttermilk instead of just dipping it.

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The Midniter
Jul 9, 2001



Casu Marzu posted:

All of the above? If you're deboning a chicken leg, you really gotta make sure to get all the tendons out. I'm not sure I would want to deal with deboning a leg in most cases, that seems like way too much work for what you get.


That recipe seems terrible in general.


Edit: I'm kinda curious what made you choose that recipe over all the other poulet a la normandy/chicken calvados recipes on Google? All recipes pretty much routinely sucks in my opinion.

Agreed, Allrecipes really sucks. I go out of my way to avoid anything from there - WAY more misses than hits.

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