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Framboise
Sep 21, 2014

To make yourself feel better, you make it so you'll never give in to your forevers and live for always.


Lipstick Apathy

Cocoa and honey sounds intriguing. I like it.

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ogarza
Feb 25, 2009


I do cocoa and honey as well, with some milled flax seed, sometimes I add banana, sometimes I add peanut butter, sometimes I add both.... just blend with almond milk and stir in oats after

BrianBoitano
Nov 15, 2006

This is fine.


It's tomato season, my dudes



BLT and a grilled zucchini walnut salad

Nephzinho
Jan 24, 2008



BrianBoitano posted:

It's tomato season, my dudes



BLT and a grilled zucchini walnut salad

My vines are flowering like crazy and are reaching the 2nd rung of the cage, can't wait for this poo poo to be ready.

Raikiri
Nov 3, 2008


Hoi sin glazed cured pork belly strips with bao buns, pickled daikon/carrot/cucumber and rice flavoured with cardamom, lemon grass and pandan leaves.





sterster
Jun 18, 2006
nothing

Grimey Drawer

Raikiri posted:

Hoi sin glazed cured pork belly strips with bao buns, pickled daikon/carrot/cucumber and rice flavoured with cardamom, lemon grass and pandan leaves.







That looks loving amazing. How was the pork belly done, just in the oven?

sterster fucked around with this message at Jun 5, 2019 around 17:27

kumba
Nov 8, 2003

I posted my food for USPOL Thanksgiving!

enjoy the ride


Lipstick Apathy

Raikiri posted:

Hoi sin glazed cured pork belly strips with bao buns, pickled daikon/carrot/cucumber and rice flavoured with cardamom, lemon grass and pandan leaves.







god drat

i tried making bao buns a few weeks ago and failed absolutely miserably. instead of soft, delicious buns of goodness i instead got rigid, crusty bullshit. i followed a recipe and have no idea if it was the recipe (probably not) or me (probably)

may I ask how you properly make these little pillows from heaven?

Raikiri
Nov 3, 2008


sterster posted:

That looks loving amazing. How was the pork belly done, just in the oven?

Thanks, yep, I cooked them for about 3 hours at the lowest setting on my oven (slow cook, below gas mark 1) in a covered dish.

Took them out, drained, glaze then cook for 10 mins at gas mark 6 then repeated another 2 times.

kumba posted:

god drat

i tried making bao buns a few weeks ago and failed absolutely miserably. instead of soft, delicious buns of goodness i instead got rigid, crusty bullshit. i followed a recipe and have no idea if it was the recipe (probably not) or me (probably)

may I ask how you properly make these little pillows from heaven?

I am awful for actually using recipes or weighing stuff and this was my first time making these but I'll give you roughly what I used.

250 - 275g plain flour (tipo 00 as this was all I had)
2 tsp sugar
1/2 tsp salt
2/3 tsp instant yeast
125ml water
30ml milk
2 tsp veg oil
1 tsp rice vinegar

Mix the flour, salt, sugar and yeast.
Mix the water, milk and 1 tsp oil.

Add to together and form a slightly wet dough, add more flour or water as required.

Add 1 tsp rice vinegar to the dough (I didn't add this earlier as I thought it might cause the milk to separate).

Knead for 5-6 mins then rest in a covered bowl for 1 hour or so, depending on how warm the room is.
After it has doubled in size knead again then roll out to around 1/3 inch/8mm thick.
Add the last tsp oil on top and brush, cut with a 3.5-4 inch round (should get 6 ish).
Fold over in half and roll out a little bit more, then rest again in the steamer.

Steam for 12-13 mins, take off the heat but leave them in the steamer, covered for another 10 mins before serving.

Casu Marzu
Oct 20, 2008

I'm rude now.




Empty the fridge udon. Miso marinated red snapper, big pile of miso butter shimeji mushrooms and some blanched yu choy.

Casu Marzu
Oct 20, 2008

I'm rude now.




Pan-roasted cod with green garlic and snap pea risotto

Kaiser Schnitzel
Mar 28, 2006

I want to be like Grace Kelly.


Matafan- a fancy French word for a giant pancake fried in bacon grease and butter and filled with bacon and onions and covered in cheese.

And of course I grabbed the 425 degree handle of the fresh out of the oven skillet when I went to cut it.

Framboise
Sep 21, 2014

To make yourself feel better, you make it so you'll never give in to your forevers and live for always.


Lipstick Apathy

Kaiser Schnitzel posted:


Matafan- a fancy French word for a giant pancake fried in bacon grease and butter and filled with bacon and onions and covered in cheese.

And of course I grabbed the 425 degree handle of the fresh out of the oven skillet when I went to cut it.

Worth it?

Holy poo poo that looks good.

Kaiser Schnitzel
Mar 28, 2006

I want to be like Grace Kelly.

Itís pretty easy/simple really. Just donít grab the hot skillet. I use this recipe and itís good hot out of the oven and also good cold for lunch the next day. I used pancetta instead of bacon and threw the white parts of the green onions in after the pancetta has browned a bit to soften them.

https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&sou...560053054118700

Totally Reasonable
Jan 8, 2008

aaag mirrors



I was going to get out the DSLR but then I ate the rice.

toplitzin
Jun 13, 2003


ZombieCrew
Apr 1, 2019



Grilled cabbage with bacon? Anything else go into that? I always dig grilled veggies.

silvergoose
Mar 18, 2006

IT IS SAID THE TEARS OF THE BWEENIX CAN HEAL ALL WOUNDS



Totally Reasonable posted:


I was going to get out the DSLR but then I ate the rice.

Omuriiiiice

toplitzin
Jun 13, 2003


ZombieCrew posted:

Grilled cabbage with bacon? Anything else go into that? I always dig grilled veggies.

Just a sprinkle of salt then some blue cheese dressing.

Calypso
Sep 28, 2001



Grimey Drawer

Just made pesto/Alfredo sauce since my basil is going nuts. A friend brought me a jar last summer and it was to die for so I thought Iíd attempt it. Oh boy you should try it, Iíd never heard of it. I went with about half and half of each. Heavenly.

The Midniter
Jul 9, 2001





Bacon, lettuce, onion, avocado, tomato (BLOAT) with mayo and pickled hot pepper spread on toasted hearty white bread.

Framboise
Sep 21, 2014

To make yourself feel better, you make it so you'll never give in to your forevers and live for always.


Lipstick Apathy

The Midniter posted:



Bacon, lettuce, onion, avocado, tomato (BLOAT) with mayo and pickled hot pepper spread on toasted hearty white bread.

A+

Spaced God
Feb 8, 2014


Gimme that sandwich

bartlebee
Nov 5, 2008


The Midniter posted:



Bacon, lettuce, onion, avocado, tomato (BLOAT) with mayo and pickled hot pepper spread on toasted hearty white bread.

Goddamn. Just goddamn.

That Works
Jul 21, 2006


Fun Shoe

The Midniter posted:



Bacon, lettuce, onion, avocado, tomato (BLOAT) with mayo and pickled hot pepper spread on toasted hearty white bread.

Framboise
Sep 21, 2014

To make yourself feel better, you make it so you'll never give in to your forevers and live for always.


Lipstick Apathy

Nothing super impressive, but I liked how breakfast turned out this morning:




Cracked some eggs into some hash browns, simple seasonings, melted some cheddar cheese on top, and couldn't decide on what sauce to top it with, so I did a different sauce for each egg. Ketchup on one, sambal oelek on another, and okonomi sauce with kewpie mayo on the last so there was a sour one, a spicy one, and a savory one.

Spoiler: I expected the okonomi one to not work at all but it ended up being my favorite.

It was all good though!

MrYenko
Jun 17, 2012

#2 isn't ALWAYS bad...


Framboise posted:

Nothing super impressive, but I liked how breakfast turned out this morning:




Cracked some eggs into some hash browns, simple seasonings, melted some cheddar cheese on top, and couldn't decide on what sauce to top it with, so I did a different sauce for each egg. Ketchup on one, sambal oelek on another, and okonomi sauce with kewpie mayo on the last so there was a sour one, a spicy one, and a savory one.

Spoiler: I expected the okonomi one to not work at all but it ended up being my favorite.

It was all good though!

Why is it screaming?

Framboise
Sep 21, 2014

To make yourself feel better, you make it so you'll never give in to your forevers and live for always.


Lipstick Apathy

you'd scream too if you were about to be devoured

Waci
May 30, 2011

Let me axe you just one question.

Framboise posted:

you'd scream too if you were about to be devoured

goonmouth vore the eggs

Ranter
Jul 11, 2004



Sauerbraten, spaetzle, rotkohl und gurkensalat


Marinade (ended up marinating the beef for 8 days. It was actually amazing)


spaetzle maker!


always butter your spaetzle between batches

Tahirovic
Feb 25, 2009


Fun Shoe

For your future Spaetzle adventures, they are something you can easily freeze. The clean up is so annoying that I kept making around 2.5kg per batch and just froze it for future use. Goes really well with most of the meat/sauce combos from Europe (Voressen/Osso bucco/stoofvlees).

ZombieCrew
Apr 1, 2019


Ranter posted:

Sauerbraten, spaetzle, rotkohl und gurkensalat


Marinade (ended up marinating the beef for 8 days. It was actually amazing)


spaetzle maker!


always butter your spaetzle between batches


I need that now. What did your marinade consist of?

Ranter
Jul 11, 2004



Onion, carrot, celery, garlic, red wine vinegar, red wine, water, juniper berries, cloves, bay leaves.

Resting Lich Face
Feb 21, 2019

EXECUTE SHITPOST.EXE


Made some stuffed shells with vodka sauce.

I burned the garlic in the stuffing.

It's a shame because the vodka sauce was excellent but the dish as a whole just tasted like burned garlic.

My father loved it. Apparently he doesn't mind burned garlic.

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Bloodfart McCoy
Jul 20, 2007

"The A+ TCC poster
you did nazi coming."





Was going to make Pad Thai tonight but I forgot to grab bean sprouts on the ride home from work.

Had some butternut squash ravioli in the freezer so I just whipped together a little sage and fig sauce to throw on top of it.

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