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 No.1129700[Last 50 Posts]

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Menu change is happening at the restaurant.

One of the new items is a ham and gruyere sandwich on a baguette. The bread is toasted and then we spread herb mustard on one side and onion jam on the other.
It comes with fries and pickled veggies.

 No.1129702

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ohhh, i like the idea of herb mustard!! what kind of herb is inside?

 No.1129703

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>>1129702
The mustard is one part whole grain, one part dijon, and one part parsley by weight

The second item change is this chocolate pudding. It comes with a vanilla chantilly garnished with cocoa nibs and sea salt.

 No.1129706

Oh dang that looks good

 No.1129709

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>>1129706
Depending on if I transfer out before the next one my carrot cake is ready to go for spring.

 No.1129712

>>1129709

Do elaborate.

 No.1129713

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>>1129712
This one.

I missed my submission window for this changeover but if I transfer out it is no longer my problem.

 No.1129716

>>1129713
Ooooh that's looking fancy

 No.1129718

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>>1129716
Thank you

 No.1129795

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i like how your food always has a cute, but purposeful garnish, dawn friend c:

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>>1129709
>Carrotcake

Myeees!

 No.1129820

>>1129795
Garnishes are important.

>>1129805
Only the best.

 No.1129822

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>>1129820
Can't wait to travel around the countries and managing to land at one of the local restaurangs of yours~
<3

 No.1129824

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>>1129822
You are very sweet.

I would like a nice small place of my own. A bit in the future I think however.

 No.1129825

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>>1129824
im just okay sweet... but thank you <3
all in good time~
No stress.

 No.1129826

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>>1129825
I have stolen a lot of ideas for menus.

There is one that I really want to add which is a mushroom and squash risotto.

 No.1129827

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>>1129826
wokring like a true mstermind!
ok, that sounds kinda delish! Can't wait to try some when feeling better ^^;

 No.1129828

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>>1129827
Feeling sick?

Are you staying hydrated?
Any broth or soup?

 No.1129829

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>>1129828
got hit by a super flu... ( not rona aprently )
been living on water and 3 mango ic-creams and some mashed potatoes since sunday ;-;

 No.1129830

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>>1129829
It might be good to get some soup in you.

Do you know how to make stock?

I have plenty of tutorials on soup.

 No.1129831

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>>1129830
>>1129830
i haev stuffed called "Warm cup"
that´s like a powder you add into boiled water and make a "soup"

>Do you know how to make stock?
Dear.. you know im the worst cook there is!
but i happily acccepts tips n tricks!

 No.1129833

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>>1129831
I'm not personally a fan of powdered soups but if it is what you have then use it.
I kinda don't like that stuff cause I got sick on MREs as a kid.

Stock is very simple.

For the most basic of veg stocks, all you need are onions, carrots, celery, garlic, and some herbs if you are feeling posh.
Stocks like most things state with your base of onions, carrots, and celery. The ratio that most cooks use for this is 2:1:1. So two part onion, one part carrot, and one part celery.

When I am making my veg stock I like to roast the veg a bit in the oven to bring out a bit more flavor and depth but that is optional. I also leave the skins on my onions as all it does is impart color and not flavor.

For the actual making of the stock get the biggest deepest pot you got and toss in the veg and cover with water. A part I see skipped over is that you want to use low heat. This will keep sediments and other unwanted particles from being mixed into it.
I like to let mine go for about four hours. Then you want to get a fine mesh strainer and strain all the liquid gold out of the pot.

For the chicken stock, I take chicken backs and paint them with tomato paste. Roast them with half the veg and then add it to a pot and do the same but this time I let it go for about 8 hours.

I could go on about demi but I am scared I am already tossing too much.

 No.1129834

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>>1129833
>sick on MRE as a kid.
And to that you have my fully respect and understanding. im just a lazy ass that have busted equipment.

>long hours pots.
well i did get a slow cooker from work as a chirstmas gift. so maybe i should learn on how to use it... however theres another problem with my kitchen that needs to be sorted out first.

 No.1129835

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>>1129834
Dad was/is a bit of a prepper and I'm sure I'll have six lifetimes' worth of government peanut butter at some point.

Ah right....you lack a kitchen.

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>>1129835
well gotta give him mad props or soemthing... as how the worlds looks today >.<

well ill do have a kitchen in the house... its just that it´s DANGEROUSLY worn out. Sure we have the kitchen at the apprtment. but im to sick for that 20 minute drive. and if getting better next week imma sleep over there. since its easier for me during the afternoon shifts

 No.1129837

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>>1129836
He has his moments.

Please take care of yourself.

 No.1129838

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>>1129837
wishes nothing but the best understandings and peace between you and him <3

i...im trying.

 No.1129839

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>>1129838
I appreciate that.

And I am happy that you are trying. It is important because you are important.

 No.1129840

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>>1129839
of course. for my friends and their families/relatives <3

>//< t..thank chu

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>>1129700
>Those fries

 No.1129859

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>>1129852
Blanch them at 250 for 2 and half minutes first, let them cool, and then back in the fryer at 350 until golden.

 No.1129860

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>>1129859
Double fried is best fried.

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>>1129860
Only way to do it.

 No.1129863

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>>1129861
What's the seasoning? Just salt or maybe something more?

 No.1129864

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>>1129863
Salt, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, and a pinch of cayenne.

 No.1129865

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 No.1129866

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>>1129865
The best part is snacking from the rejects in the seasoning bowl.

 No.1129867

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>>1129866
>Rejects
Yeah uh-huh sure. Like the end piece in any meat dish is a reject too.

 No.1129869

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>>1129867
See you get it!

 No.1129870

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>>1129869
No no no, I'm not SNACKING, I'm tasting the dish that's covered with only tasty ingredients each time to confirm their quality what?

 No.1129871

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>>1129870
I mean my boss will just open up a fully made boxed lunch and have lunch under that same idea.

 No.1129872

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>>1129871
Pffffhahaha, I mean yeah gotta make do some QC on that stuff you know?

 No.1129873

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>>1129872
I mean...we only keep prep items for three days, which includes raw proteins.

This means if say....five steaks were out of date, well then they become fair game.

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>>1129873
And wasting food is the greatest sin. So really it's just proper at that point.

 No.1129875

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>>1129874
So true.

 No.1129876

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>>1129875
Still, those fries sound fucking bomb as hell.

Do you guys do anything with ketchup?

 No.1129877

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>>1129876
We spice it up into a pub sauce with some mayo and herbs, but Chef is not a fan of ketchup so it does not get used a lot.

We have it on hand for requests.

 No.1129878

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>>1129877
>Mayo
Mmm. Not a fan of that type of fat. Better options for it.

I could go for an in house bbq sauce if you guys have it though.

 No.1129879

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>>1129878
We do!

We don't do a lot of bbq in my department but we get requests and the sauce is a secret to one of my sous who does not share.

 No.1129880

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>>1129879
Based. I'll go for that then.

 No.1129881

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>>1129880
So six racks, a pint of sauce, 10 orders of fries and leave the bourbon?

 No.1129882

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>>1129881
Might need that spread out over a few days, but yes exactly.

 No.1129883

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>>1129882
Oh I know my guests.

Three days spread. One day spent fly fishing, the next clay shooting, and then a nice day at the spa on the last.

 No.1129884

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>>1129883
I'm no good at shootin' but I can give it a go.

And I'm better at giving massages than getting them.

 No.1129885

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 No.1129886

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>>1129885
Can you cook what I catch if I get anything?

 No.1129887

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>>1129886
Well technically no, but I am sure the higher-ups with let you if you asked.

 No.1129888

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>>1129887
Ahh, it's a sport fly fishing thing? Fair fair.

I assumed if I caught something unwanted like catfish they'd be all for it though.

 No.1129889

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>>1129888
Yeah sport fishing sadly.

 No.1129890

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>>1129889
It's fine it's fine.

I'll get tasty food from the best chef I can request from there so that's the high point of the whole trip really.

 No.1129891

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>>1129890
You keep talking like that and you are gonna make me want to take my master's certification.

 No.1129892

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>>1129891
Oh no how dreadful you'll have a certificate stating something I already know.

 No.1129893

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>>1129892
Your flattery is nice and if my sister was not already married I would introduce you.

But getting the certification is a very long process but maybe one day.

 No.1129894

>>1129893
>Being a great cook
>Spontaneous matchmaking
You really are mom-ing it up, huh.

 No.1129895

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>>1129893
Not really flattery if it's true. And I'm flattered you'd introduce me like that.

I'd support you if you decide on it.

 No.1129896

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>>1129894
I seek to bring the anime mom to life.

I take you on as kids to make up for being barren.

>>1129895
You check the right boxes, more so than her husband sadly.

It would mean I can wear a cool patch on my jacket.

 No.1129897

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>>1129896
Oh damn, is he bad or just lousy?

Patches are a must to be cooler than cool.

 No.1129898

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>>1129897
I am just being an overprotective big sister.

So true.

 No.1129899

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>>1129898
Ahhh, you're just mom'ing it up then. Silly girl.

Also handy to flash at people trying to tell you what to do while cooking.

 No.1129900

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>>1129896
Well, if you have room for a very adult disaster son...

 No.1129901

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>>1129899
Like I've said I want a place small enough where I can just do it all.

>>1129900
You act like I don't already see you as that.

 No.1129902

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>>1129901
Ah, fair point. Well, happy to disappoint.

 No.1129903

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>>1129901
If I ever win that lottery it's yours.

 No.1129904

>>1129902
You met all my expectations.

>>1129903
It will be great.

 No.1129905

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>>1129904
I know it will.

Heading to bed?

 No.1129906

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>>1129905
I'm coming up on 40 hours up so yeah.

 No.1129907

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>>1129906
Get some rest then.

I'll tell you about all the places I ate at in Rhode Island tomorrow.

 No.1129908

>>1129904
There were any?

 No.1129910

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ohhh, are you in rhode island, tracer?? why are you there?

 No.1129912

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>>1129910
I was there from the 19th to today to be on a boat and eat fish.

 No.1129913

>>1129910
>>1129912
As a former RI resident, there are only 3 nice towns in the Ocean State: Newport, Barrington, and East Greenwich, the latter being my ex-hometown.

 No.1129914

>>1129913
Oh, and there’s a Dunkin Donuts on every street corner.

 No.1129915

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>>1129912
fish are fun c: i love fish!!

why are you on a boat?

 No.1129919

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i'll take 12

 No.1129922

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>>1129919
i will also take 12!!

 No.1129925

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>>1129922
have a sandwhich and fry fun time ^_^

 No.1129927

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I made jackfruit burritos.

Kind of thinking of finding a cooking class to take. My meals ideas are getting stale...

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>>1129913
>>1129914
Was all right all around. Only cared about driving in the mountains, food, and colder weather.

The donuts kinda sucked.

>>1129915
Cheaper than renting an air bnb or hotel.

 No.1129944

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>>1129908
Yes, and you met them all.

>>1129919
>>1129922
Comeing up.

>>1129927
I can recommend a few foodtubers if you are interested.

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>>1129944
Most tubers are food. I'm happy with carrots I've got.

Besides I want to meet some people too. Less chance to do that in a comment section.

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>>1129951
10/10 joke.
Got to remember that one when I am back at work.

I feel that. There are always a lot of them out there so it shouldn't be that hard.

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Alright, so one of the best sandwiches I've had was at 401 Deli in Exeter, RI. Had a "Real" Italian sandwich with Prosciutto, Genoa Salami, Hot Capicola, Banana Peppers, Onion, Lettuce, Tomatoes and Seasoned Oil and Vinegar. Fucking 10/10 and was toasted to perfection. Will go there again.

Went to a few of the tourist spots that were mostly dead because it wasn't summer. Iggy's Doughboys & Chowder House had really good fucking Fish and Chips. Was a good Fried Cod. Doughboys are fried dough covered in sugar, so naturally delicious.

Best dinner was just cooking steak outside drinking scotch and smoking a cigar.

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>>1130012
Sounds great could use some Doughboys right now.

 No.1130019

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>>1130015
Is that code for someone with a dad bod?

I see through your subtle ruse.

 No.1130021

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>>1130019
I mean I should be given both.

 No.1130023

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>>1130021
You just want something comfy to lay on/cuddle while you eat sugary treats.

I only know how to make beignets, doughnuts, scones, churros, and castagnole. I fear doughboys would be too hard for me to make.

 No.1130025

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>>1130023
>Beignets

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>>1130025
I lived in South Louisiana for 5 years, of course I know beignets.

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>>1130026
I just love Beignets.
A plate of Beignets is gold to me.

 No.1130028

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>>1130027
You want powdered sugar, cinnamon, regular sugar, honey, or a vanilla glaze?

I can make bourbon chocolate glazes/dips as needed as well.

 No.1130030

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>>1130028
I mean bourbon chocolate is the best choice IMO.

 No.1130032

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>>1130030
It shall be done.

When available I'll make it.

 No.1130033

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>>1130032
And you will be trapped like Wheat is.

 No.1130034

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>>1130033
Says you.

I'm super strong.

 No.1130036

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>>1130034
That is what the dad bod is for.

 No.1130038

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>>1130036
Noh, you have Wheat for feeding. I'll keep lifting heavy things to not be fat.

 No.1130039

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>>1130038
Oh well.
I will always have a place set for you.

 No.1130040

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>>1130039
You're welcome at my house anytime as well.

 No.1130041

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>>1130040
Your roommate would be doomed if we cooked together.

 No.1130043

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>>1130041
He'd be very upset at the weight scale for certain. Might need to cook light for him.

 No.1130044

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>>1130043
Oh, it will be light.

But you know how French cooking is.

 No.1130046

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>>1130044
I do, about 4 pounds of butter folded into a "Light" pastry.

 No.1130047

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 No.1130048

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>>1130047
Good girl.

Now go get some sleep.

 No.1130058

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>>1129960
It's free of charge.

 No.1130066

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what's with those fries, actually?
They look kinda weird.

 No.1130071

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>>1130066
i think they still have the potato peel/skin on em!

 No.1130076

>>1130058
Thanks.

>>1130066
How so?

>>1130071
Yes.

 No.1130077

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>>1130076
Yay i guessed it right!!

 No.1130105

>>1130076
>>1130071
I think it's herbal salt or something
or parmesan

but the long lanky shape, the darker colours and the gritty texture reminds me a bit of potpourri food.

 No.1130106

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I mean, fries with like a herbal salt topping can be really good.

 No.1130110

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 No.1130111

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>>1130105
>>1130106
There is no parm on these.

I do not understand what you mean by lanky. These are all cut to a standardized size, the difference in lengths comes from the potatoes themselves.

The color is due to our double-blanching method,

I assume the reason you are calling them gritty is due to the salt crystals. We use a large kosher salt for seasoning them, I can assure you that they are not gritty.

>Potpourri
They do smell great.

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 No.1130118

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>>1130111
As a Belgian I suppose I am used to seeing fries in a lighter colour and stubbier shape.

I should probably consider taking a picture if I decide to make fries fresh somewhere in the future.

 No.1130119

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>>1130116
>>1130111
>>1130118
artee is belgian, and knows his fries veeeeeeeery well c:

 No.1130120

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>>1130119
By the looks of it he only knows one type of fry very well.

 No.1130122

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>>1130120
a belgian might say, there are other ways to fry potatoes. But only the Belgian fry, is a fry.

(i do not speak for artee, i just make a joke!)

 No.1130123

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>>1130122
I'm sure Belgians would love to claim ownership of the origin.

But I don't think "No true Scotsman"ing a fry will accomplish much.

 No.1130124

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>>1130123
you know who is not good at french fries?

Chinese! our fries, they are no good at all!!

 No.1130125

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>>1130124
In which way?

 No.1130126

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Waffle fries.

That is all.

 No.1130127

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>>1130126
Curly fries are my favorite.

Wholly a very ineffective shape to eat but the fights part of the fun.

 No.1130128

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>>1130127
>>1130127
tots

But posh tots.

 No.1130129

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>>1130128
Now we're talkin'

 No.1130130

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>>1130129
>>1130129
Peel and slice potatoes super thin on a mandolin, cover in duck fat and bake until tender.

Weight it down overnight and then cut it into tots and fry.

 No.1130131

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>>1130130
Duck fat? Very nice. Recommendations for seasoning?

 No.1130132

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>>1130131
Salt, pepper, rosemary, thyme, garlic, and onion powder.

 No.1130133

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>>1130132
All good. I'd still use them with ketchup though.

I'm fine with using an au juis to dip them in too though

 No.1130134

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>>1130133
Both sound great.

 No.1130135

>>1130134
If both sound good how about reducing the au juis until about a quarter is left, then mixing it with the ketchup, some cayenne, pepper, onion powder and garlic powder, and using that to dip.

 No.1130136

>>1130135
now you're thinking like a chef

 No.1130139

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i have heard tell of recipe, it is called salchipapas

 No.1130142

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>>1130119
Just to mention, I make no judgement on whether Dawn's fries are bad or anything. I don't have the chance to taste them.

I just thought they looked a bit odd and wondered if there was something special about them.

 No.1130504

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French toast.

 No.1130527

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>>1130504
Nice thick slices, it looks like it could be seared a bit more IMO.
The lemon and herb bother the shit out of me.
The cakes look good.

How was the bacon it looks like it could have been cooked a bit more?

 No.1130529

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>>1130527
i garnish my plates with rigatoni!!

 No.1130531

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>>1130527
Was good. Wasn't crispy though, you're right. Not using stale bread more than likely. Custard was decent though.

The garnish added nothing to the dish, you're right. It was simply to add color to the plate.

Was cooked well. Right in-between where I like it. Not too crispy.

 No.1130536

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>>1130529
Your macaroni art is the best little moon.

>>1130531
Yeah, I have made so much now that I just can tell when it is off. It sucks for when I go out to eat cause I am stuck on judging dishes.

If color was an issue add a sauce or berries. You should be able to eat everything on the plate.

Nice.

 No.1130537

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>>1130536
Hey, sometimes you have to eat the ok food to really appreciate the good stuff.

It's weird because they HAVE a berry one on menu. So they could have just added a few blueberries or raspberries and it would've been fine.

Just wanted something salty to offset the sweet.

 No.1130538

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>>1130537
It is more I see stuff go out in places and KNOW I would get my ass chewed for that.

Lazy and most likely a chef that was trained in the 80s

Best test for bakers is how much salt they use.

 No.1130539

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>>1130538
Well to be fair you've raised the bar pretty high compared to a lot of places.

More than likely. Interesting you can age a chef by how they plate.

Salt is the door to flavor.

 No.1130540

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>>1130539
I don't do anything special just the justification for our steak to be $60 is up there vs the $12 one at Texas Roadhouse.
Not to shit on them just the first one that came to mind.
I suppose it would be better to make fun of Ruby Tuesday seeing as we are owned by the same family.

Trends. They come, they die and they live again.

And people are afraid of it.

 No.1130541

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>>1130540
> the $12 one at Texas Roadhouse.
It's 18 now.

I used to get the Ultimate Colossal Burger from RT when there was one open near me.

It's both negatives of change and tradition mixed together.

 No.1130542

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>>1130541
Of course it is.

Nothing wrong with chains they exist for a reason. I might not like they dominate my industry but I am just a lowly grease monkey.

I can't wait to hear how our generation of cooks were morons for not doing something. It will be fun.

 No.1130544

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>>1130542
Hey, you get to style on literally everyone else in terms of skill.

And you can bitch about how new chef's are using too much element y in their salads.

 No.1130552

>>1130544
What a cutie!

 No.1130555

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>>1130552
Not my pup. She belongs to a friend I stayed with in RI.

 No.1130556

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>>1130555
Still adorbs

 No.1130557

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>>1130556
She is yeah. Makes me want one of my own.

 No.1130559

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>>1130557
I would like a pupper too.

Maybe a poodle.

 No.1130563


 No.1130565

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>>1130559
oh oh, puppers!! i love this too!

 No.1130567

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>>1130559
I'd want a mutt like he has.

 No.1130568

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>>1130563
I would love to try your breakfast.

>>1130565
<3

>>1130567
Mutts are the best.

 No.1130576

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>>1130568
Exactly!

 No.1130578

>>1130567
>>1130568
>Imagines ever having the means to own, or living somewhere where I am allowed to own a dog
>Softly weeps

 No.1130579

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 No.1130580

>>1130579
What, I like dogs.

 No.1130584

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mondo says, the kids, they call hotdog nowadays, they call it, the glizzy

if you have dog, it is, cold glizzy

 No.1130586

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>>1130584
The implications of this are disturbing.

 No.1130603

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>>1130568
i'll make you my famous breakfast pasta!

 No.1130647

Do we have Canadian ponies that know a good homemade Poutine recipe?

I've always kinda wanted to try it.

 No.1130649

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>>1130647
Me too! Despite you and I sharing a border with Canada, I feel we've been rather poutine-less

It looks good!

 No.1130650

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>>1130649
>Despite you and I sharing a border with Canada

You, uh

You wanna look at a map there buddy?

 No.1130654

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>>1130650

Ever heard of hans Island?

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whisky_War

https://blogs.loc.gov/law/2022/06/the-hans-island-peace-agreement-between-canada-denmark-and-greenland/

You have an island that is split between Canada and Denmark

So you share a border with Canada ;9

 No.1130655

>>1130654
You are technically correct.

The most incredibly annoying kind of correct.

 No.1130658


 No.1130663

>>1130658
I am well aware what I am deliberately misquoting for effect.

 No.1130690

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Making Kasudon this weekend.

 No.1130706

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>>1130690
Fantastic

 No.1130722

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>>1130706
That's yet to be seen. But I'll take some pics.

 No.1130724

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Today i eat traditional Chinese food: tofu pudding! This is a savory one, with vinegar, soy sauce, seaweed, pickled cabbage, spring onions, krill, and pork floss!

It is a very healthy, inexpensive meal. The tofu tastes like a steamed egg!

 No.1130725

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i also took a photo of this turtle chips because it has one of those furry things and i know how much everyone on ponyville loves those

 No.1130726

>>1130725
That is a strange friggin' mascot.

I do wanna try the flavor though.

 No.1130733

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>>1130726
>>1130725
couldn't find anything of her on e621

she's a true unknown

 No.1130760

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>>1130722
I just like katsudon.


>>1130724
Tofu is great I need to eat more of it.

>>1130725
Turtle chips are god-tier.
God bless the culinary geniuses in South Korea.

>>1130733
Are we being horny in here?  

 No.1130769

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>>1130760
What's not to like about fried pork with egg and broth over rice?

 No.1130771

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>>1130769
Exactly

 No.1130787

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>>1130760
it's just strange not to find an aesthetically pleasing furry character on there is all

it's a mystery!

 No.1130790

>>1130726
>>1130733
>>1130760
i am so surprised you like turtle chips, dawn friend! they are nice, but i had not thought anyone knew what they were!

what is e621? is this like a wikipedia for furry people?

the vanilla flavor is a new flavor of turtle chips

 No.1130793

>>1130787
>>1130787
>Aesthetically pleasing
Look at you speaking in code.

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 No.1130795

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>>1130787
Please, you can't lie to me.
I see your animations.

>>1130790
They are so good! There is a Korean market here that sells them.

 No.1130796

>>1130787

Yeaaaah. So anyway, you chose e621 instead of e926? A curious choice and another mystery

 No.1130797

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>>1130790
uhhh... all i can say is proceed with caution

>>1130793
>>1130794
>>1130795
look all i'm saying is i want this particular turtle to choke on a straw iykwim

 No.1130799

>>1130797

Moony's fine, monosodium glutamate never hurt anyone. Well, no more than any other salt.

also I fucked up and linked the wrong post in my last one, fixed now

 No.1130802

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>>1130797
What do you call a switch demon?

You call her Dawn and ask very nicely for more.

 No.1130806

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>>1130799
still, gotta drink water

cause you're gonna get thirsty ;9

>>1130802
oh ho ho! finally we have an answer, and she's twice as enticing ;9

also glad you liked the vid ^_^

 No.1130807

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>>1130806
I like all your animations silly.

Honestly, they make me want to try my hand at content creation too.

 No.1130808

>>1130797
Innuendo detected, anti-horny troops deployed

 No.1130811

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>>1130807
and each time it makes me especially happy to hear you like them <3

ooh? that sounds awesome! what do you wanna make?

>>1130808
YOU'LL NEVER TAKE ME ALIVE!!!

 No.1130812

>>1130811
Wait, you want me to take you dead?

That's a little bit out of my comfort zone there buddy

 No.1130813

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>>1130812
to experience life to it's fullest, you gotta get out of your comfort zone sometimes ^_^

 No.1130814

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>>1130811
I've been thinking about doing cooking streams.

Make things start to finish and develop easy things for people to make daily to maybe get them into the kitchen.

 No.1130815

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>>1130814
that is perfect for you! and it's something that literally anyone can and should get into!

i believe you could amass a grand following that way!

 No.1130816

>>1130813
Tina Belcher, thy name is NaviDoodlez

>>1130814
Sounds like a good idea to me!

 No.1130817

>>1130806

<1. Staying hydrated definitely is always some good advice
>[2. Thirsty for that meat, on account of all the umami? ] {enter}
<3. Surely, I cannot fathom what you could mean. Why, you shouldn't actually add that much MSG to your dishes for it to be a concern!
<4. Rumours

 No.1130818

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>>1130815
>>1130816

Like, go over the points of making your own stock and comparing them to some store-bought ones.

Do a cost analysis of buying whole birds vs prefabricated portions.

You know be that cool aunt that teaches you cool stuff and how to get ahead and sneaks you wine.  

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>>1130816
never had a zombie thing. to much rot and non-fun fluids for my taste :PP

vampires and werewolves though, that's some classic fuel for the flames ;9

>>1130817
i was making a sexual innuendo, but i do kinda like how you went in a different direction :PP

>>1130818
i'd watch that! i know nothing about stock other than it's good in soup and food!

and food price comparisons are good to know!

and you are the best auntie ever! just please don't ever be like my actual aunt and explain everything to me like i'm 5 ><

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>>1130820
What is this about Werewolves?

 No.1130823

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>>1130820
Stock is one of the most important building blocks of good food.

Well, a pack of six breasts costs about as much as a whole bird which gives two breasts, two thighs, and two legs. You just need to know how to break it down and I would love to show you how to do that and what to do with scraps.

Nah, I'm that auntie you only met when you are like 12 but is a ride or die for you.

 No.1130825

>>1130820

No sexual innuendo possible to read into in the dialogue option I chose there (which talks of being "thirsty for meat") out of those 4, no way, no sir, no ma'am, none. Don't believe the lies. It was never there and I applaud the purity of your mind.

 No.1130827

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No horny allowed in wholesome food thread.

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 No.1130829

>>1130827

See, this guy gets it. So, back on track... stock, huh.

Ultracheapo boulion cubes: Yea or Nay, with a side of Whai?

 No.1130830

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>>1130827
they started it.

>>1130829
There is nothing wrong with bullion cubes, and I use them in a pinch.
I would say add some dried herbs to help the punch of it but freshly made stock is always going to be king.  

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>>1130830
Uh huh sure thing there switch demon

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>>1130831
Never said I didn't exacerbate it.  

 No.1130833

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>>1130832
Silly girl.

 No.1130834

>>1130830

I feel like there's a few big obstacles to getting people cooking, and two of those are:
- fear of failure
- (imagined or real) initial costs

The cubes are not on the same level as real stock. But, you can't beat the ease and convenience of use, and you can't beat the price, and in a place where using real stock would be better, they're still superior to just using nothing. I have this idea that the hardest bit is getting people to cook at all, and once they are comfortable with doing something at all only then will they naturally develop from there, and recommending using a little cheat like the cubes could bootstrap that. I feel they're the perfect accompaniment for some chill low stakes home cooking, especially for beginners, with how much bang-for-the-buck they bring. They're never going to be amazing, but they're always going to be pretty decent, and you can't really fail at picking them wrong because even the storiest of the store brands will be "yeah sure that's okay enough".

Which isn't to say that I don't just use them myself when I can't be bothered otherwise. They're just conveniently packaged flavour ready to toss in. And since lately I've been doing less "real cooking" and more "tossing things together in a deep pan", they do appear in play relatively often.

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>>1130833
Got to be a bit silly.
Doc's orders.

>>1130834
I agree, they are the best things that keep people out of it.
For failure, I still mess up and I work as a chef. There is nothing wrong with failure only not learning from it.

The initial cost is an issue because people get sold on the idea that they need certain tools or ingredients when in all honesty they have the majority of what they need.

Oh I fully agree with this as well.

I just want to give people a little confidence boost and teach them how to do something that I feel with make them feel proud of themselves and fill their bellies.

People need to feel they can do something before they jump into it and having a friendly face that encourages them rather than a drill sergeant is nice.

 No.1130836

>>1130835

Failure is just part of how it works, but "they" don't need to know that at the start or they'll get discouraged. Me, I approach it this way - I will eat this food. If it's good, that will be my reward for the job I did. If not, my penance. Unless it's truly awful, but that hardly ever happens. Either way though the food isn't wasted and I learned something, and so far I can say the failures tend to teach you in bigger strides while successes tend to let you refine and zero in better.

We have a similar idea about this then, even if we're coming at it from somewhat different directions. You're like "hey, you can do it!" towards people you wish to spread the basic cooking skills, and I'm like, "hey just look at me, I'm eyeballing this and doing whatever and hey look, food, and it's nice. It's fine, no need to actually stress about these things".

Though speaking of the cubes, I've been toying with the idea of making some of my own. Basically the rough outline of the scheme I concocted is this:
- get a chicken
- toss it into a slow cooker with some select veggies - an onion, celery root, a carrot
- slow cook it for an entirely unreasonable amount of time
- open the slow cooker, turn it up to high, slow cook it for even more of that unreasonable amount of time
- remove the non-liquid contents of the slow cooker... and keep going until it reduces
- once it's reduced do... something. I'm not sure what yet. Maybe portion the result into an ice cube tray. But the bottom line of this step, "preserve the concentrated stock"

Think that would work?

 No.1130837

>>1130836
That was the thing in culinary school too.
You had to eat your dish. Good or bad.

I like to take the encouragement route because I had a drill sergeant in my face about it.

You are making a weak demi in doing that and it will work fine.

 No.1130838

>>1130837

Really? Huh. Interesting. Well, it makes sense to me... so long as they left that escape hatch in case of an unexpected true inedible failure. Maybe, like, I don't know - if power cut out 20% into baking a bread.

Yeah, that's actual school for you, I imagine. I'd assume they feel they can push much harder because they assume if you're there, you're already motivated enough not to quit. Going all Gordon Ramsey caricature on people about how they're fucking up the simplest things won't help when their big issue from the get go is the idea that they're just not cut out for it and it's all too much and too difficult for them. But yeah, what I mean with our two approaches is that one is "encourage to try" (gently, not Full Metal Saucepan style) vs "convince them task isn't actually that difficult to begin with by example".

Hmm... actually, that is a good point. Perhaps I could just skip all that and buy some demiglace in a jar? How would that work as cheat-stock for my hypothetical maybe ice-bullion-cubes?

 No.1130839

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>>1130838
I mean they would not make you eat something that would make you sick.

I have seen a lot of talented people drop out because of how the brigade culture breaks them.

I think it will work just as well, demi is full of flavor and adds a good mouth feel to dishes.

 No.1130840

>>1130839

That's reasonable. Is that the sole cutoff?

Oh I'm not saying this is healthy or good, just that I assume this was the reason why they'd even have the idea they could treat the students like that at all. But then this is just suppositions. The one thing I can actually say for sure is "from what I've heard, I don't think I'd make it in culinary school", heh.

I've been eyeing a jar of demi in this one shop I happen to be in every so often, but could never justify actually getting it. This might just be the push for me to pick it up the next time.

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i am at the park! maybe i will have pizza tonight

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>>1130840
I mean I can't speak for all schools.
I just know that I have eaten things that made me really hate certain foods.

Get it!

>>1130841
It looks so pretty

 No.1130843

>>1130842

That's an oof. At a certain point it seems less educational and more counterproductive. You're still supposed to be able to cook that good in the future, and there's no way you'll be at your best doing that if you hate that food.

I haven't so far because they only have it in a large (900ml, I assume that's "large" at any rate) jar at what seems like a pretty ridiculous price (I could literally get 10 kilo of bullion cubes for what they're asking for it). But yeah, I'm leaning towards "gotta try it at least once" now.

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>>1130843
Personal feelings don't come into it. I dislike our hummus because I have made so much of it but I still make it to the best of my ability.

I would recommend it.

 No.1130846

>>1130844

I don't expect you'll be spending much thought on how to make it better though. Then again I guess that's different if you're already drilled in making it vs having to learn and improve the technique on your own from the ground up.

I'll probably be in that store tomorrow. If they have The Jar, I will stare at it for a while, torn between wanting to get it and not wanting to pay that much, and then probably pick it up. That is, assuming it's something which keeps well (I am willing to freeze part of it as cubes if I need to to make it happen). If it's something I'd have to use up quickly, that might change things.

 No.1130847

>>1130846
I suppose.

I would do what you feel most comfortable doing.

 No.1130849

>>1130847

I was kinda hoping for advice, like a "no worries, I've used these many times and these things last forever" or "that might be a concern - once you open that jar, you'd best turn it into an actual sauce or whatever it is you're doing within the hour", or something inbetween, heh. Oh well, anyway - gotta drop!

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>>1130847
When you gonna get your masters certificate?

 No.1130852

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>>1130851
8 years.

I can get up to a Certified Sous Chef (CSC) at the moment.
More than likely I will start with a Certified Chef (CC) and then work up each time an exam opens.

These are the requirements to apply for the exam of a CMC:

ACF Certification Requirement
Current CEC® or CCE® with special permission.
Mandatory Course Requirement:
30 Hour Wine Course
30 Hour Human Resource Management Course
30 Hour Advanced Sanitation Course
30 Hour Cost Control Management Course
Additional Requirements:
Letter of financial support
Letter of support from one Current CMC®

To get a CEC you need this:
Five years as a chef de cuisine, executive sous chef or chef in charge of food production in a foodservice operation. Must have supervised at least five fulltime people in the preparation of food.
Experience must be within the past ten years.
High School Diploma/GED plus 150 Continuing Education Hours (CEH)
   OR
250 Continuing Education Hours (CEH)
   OR
Associate’s Degree in Culinary Arts
   OR
ACFEF Apprenticeship Program
Mandatory Course Requirement:
30-hour course in Nutrition
30-hour course in Food Safety & Sanitation
30-hour course in Supervisory Management
30-hour course in Beverage Management
30 hour course in Cost Control Management

 No.1130853

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>>1130852
Hoh. Well if anyone can do it it's you.

 No.1130854

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>>1130853
Fun fact there are currently only 68 CMCs.

In 2010 there were 61.

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>>1130854
So you'll be 69? Nice.

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>>1130856
Now just gotta play the waiting game.

 No.1130858

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It is night time in Central Park

 No.1130859

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>>1130858
Where's the pizza Moon?

 No.1130860

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>>1130857
I've noticed that a lot of the CMCs have become consultants and I can't blame them they earned the right to ask for money when people have questions.

>>1130858
Central Park always looks pretty in pictures.

I will stand by my love of Charleston as a Carolina girl.

>>1130859
Also where is the pizza little moon?

 No.1130861

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>>1130860
I sorta do that with my Master Certifications with the IICRC. Not sustainable money though, so I'm happy just giving two cents.

It's not like they're not cooking anymore. Just more at their leisure and pleasure.

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>>1130861
Putting the majority of your life into something should entitle you to a bit of restitution when people come for advice.

I mean I think that is the end goal of all cooks.
To cook and master your craft and then teach others so you can make nice little brunches for your family and sip good whiskey in peace.

 No.1130863

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>>1130862
Nah nah. Water/mold/fire restoration is piss easy. 80% common sense and just knowing the right people. Only took about 6 years to get 2/3 of the masters certs from them. And that's about double the amount of time it would take if I rushed it. If more people asked me for my advice I'd charge more.

Sounds like the ideal to me too. Maybe get your own tv show out of it.

 No.1130864

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>>1130863
I suppose, but safety and sanitation are very important to me.

Maybe, but I would rather just do the streaming thing I talked about. Make an auntie persona and just teach people the basics and some life lessons.

Like you can't rush dishes just like you shouldn't rush yourself to grow up or to meet some expectations. Good food and good people take a lot of time to be ready.

 No.1130865

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>>1130864
You're just planning to use me in your future restaurant.

I'll donate 100 dollars if you dress and talk like Julia Child.

Fair. I feel like I burnt myself out by working on call the last 1/3rd of my life. Missed a lot of dates and friends.

 No.1130866

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>>1130865
Rude.
I mean accurate but rude.

Done.

No, I feel that. I missed a lot because of obligations I had with my family. Most of which has turned out to be pointless now, but oh well life is life and we can only move forward.

 No.1130867

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>>1130866
I'll tend bar/bounce. Leave the cleaning to kids with younger backs.

It's a deal.

True true. I don't have too many regrets. I've been slowly reaching back out to people and getting a few bites here and there. Shocked how many fucking kids they pumped out in that amount of time.

 No.1130868

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>>1130867
They got to learn. I will do the onion test on them.

Easiest money I've ever made.

Most of the old group I hung out with are childless and will remain that way thank god.
I ran with a really not nice group.

 No.1130869

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>>1130868
I'm not familiar with that one.

I'll be the judge of that. I'll need at least 10 takes of you saying "More butter!"

I think you discussed them briefly. I had a few of those, but they bred unfortunately.

 No.1130870

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>>1130869
You leave an onion in the corner of dry storage and see how long it takes for them to notice it.

hehe

Sad.

 No.1130871

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>>1130870
You're much less harsh than my teacher was:
https://www.kenelec.com.au/products/partsens-portable-particle-counter-surfaces/

Not going to lie, I think a cooking stream would be pretty cool. Hardest thing is getting kitchen and cameras to all work together nicely. Mic set ups, stuff like that.

I feel sorry for the kids, anyway.

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>>1130871
I mean the punishment is a deep cleaning of everything before the shift is over.

True but I have seen people do it so I know I can try to replicate it.

Same.

 No.1130873

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>>1130872
Ah, so same punishment we had.

Definitely couldn't hurt to learn from them and improve further. Let me know if I can help in any way.

Alrighty, got to head in. Have an asbestos job I need to monitor early tomorrow. You get some rest too.

Oh, before I forget, I paid my stupid tax and got a lotto ticket. So if I get anything I'll help out with the Cafe idea.

 No.1130875

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...um, so funny story...

 No.1130876

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It was a very beautiful night in Central Park when i took these photos... a few hours ago.

 No.1130877

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as i took them (you may remember this one), i heard a loud bang

 No.1130878

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the entire area lit up like it was daytime

 No.1130879

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It turns out, it was fire works

 No.1130880

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They were so close by. The photos do not do it justice. i was looking almost straight up. The sound was so loud

 No.1130881

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The fireworks were like a second sun they were so bright

 No.1130882

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After it was done... i thought, huh, weird.

i decided to leave, to get pizza...


but, i did not ... look where i was walking. because i was so distracted

 No.1130883

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...i ended up... here. where is here, you may ask?

 No.1130884

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The other side of this, is the answer. i had wandered into the New York Marathon.

 No.1130885

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...so i walked through the security thing, and back out, and nobody said anything...

 No.1130886

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...then, on the way back downtown, i ran into some friends... they are Italian. they had a ... private event. i cannot share photos. i know the Italians very well.

 No.1130887

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but i did have some pizza! It was very good pizza. i also had calamari and shrimp. and, coincidentally, rigatoni

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...the end c:

i am on my way home now. i ate too much.

 No.1130889

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>>1130887
I wish I had pizza. Maybe I'll make some.

 No.1130907

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 No.1130910

So, after some months of looking at a large jar of demi glace every so often in this store I go to every so often, the only place I've seen have it, and wanting to get it but never able to justify to myself paying for it, today I was going to finally do it. I was going to Actually Get That Jar.

Turns out they're all out. Fook.

 No.1130920

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>>1130910
what will you cook? c:

>>1130889
did you make pizza? c:

 No.1130924

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>>1130920
I will tonight. I'll make a pumpkin and spinach one and a grilled eggplant one.

 No.1130927

>>1130920

I mean, nothing with that, seeing as they were out.

At this point though I'm fully flipped over to "I want it" so I went ahead and ordered some online. They had it in smaller jars so that is nice. The plan is to use it to just add some flavour to whatever might use some, rather than to cook anything specific.

 No.1130935

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Katsudon prep.

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 No.1130954

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I got myself in trouble.
I found me a tray of fresh lemongrass battons and I haven't got the faintest clue what to do with it.

 No.1130957

>>1130954

Do you have no idea at all? It's good for adding that nice lemony aroma to a whole bunch of things of your choice. Maybe a listing some broad options that come to mind would help:
- soup
- stew
- drink
- aroma infuser (e.g. stuff it into a fish, bake the fish, remove the lemongrass)

If you're looking for the easiest use then that is probably to just crush it a bit and then toss it into some rice that you're steaming / cooking in a rice cooker. Remove it afterwards, and you now have rice which has a unique nice aroma to it.

Generally though, "crush/bruise it and then treat it like a bay leaf, except with things that would work well with a lemony aroma" is the way to go with these, so maybe you can just keep it on hand for a while seeing if an opportunity to use it randomly arises? It freezes pretty well.

 No.1130963

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>>1130954
>>1130957
you can make a lemongrass porkchop c: this is common Vietnamese food! Also  not uncommon in Chinese food of South China!

>>1130941
gosh, it looks like quite a cutlet, tracer!! did you eat it?

 No.1130965

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>>1130963
Yeah. I didn't have a hammer so I used a skillet to hammer them flat. Wasn't flat enough though so texture's off. Fried alright though.

I fucked up on the sauce I think. Made too much when I added the egg. Didn't congeal how I wanted it to. Hm hm hm.

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>>1130965
>>1130965
it does not need to be too flat! often at home, i just use hands to flatten it, by hitting at it in between two paper towels, to get surface moisture out too.

did you cut each cutlet in half, too, before flattening?

i happen to think you did a great job, tracer!!

 No.1130968

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>>1130967
The dashi soup stock mix didn't seem to mesh well with the egg when it cooked. Texture seemed off.

Also I really need to get bowls that can handle kasudon.

 No.1130970

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>>1130968
hm... what kind of texture did it end up like?

 No.1130971

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>>1130970
Egg solidified but was a dark brown color, didn't adsorb all of the broth and it was quite runny.

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 No.1130979

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>>1130971
ohh... hm. sometimes runny is not too bad! dark brown... is also a bit odd

when you fry the chicken too, do you use, shallow fry, or deep, i wonder?

>>1130978
dawn friend knows!!

 No.1130981

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>>1130979
At home, I normally stick to shallow frying.
At work, I abuse my deep fryer/

 No.1130982

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>>1130978
I'd give it a C.

I did make onion rings while I had hot oil though.

>>1130979
I used the wok, deep fry.

 No.1130984

>>1130981
Dawn admits to being shallow.

 No.1130986

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>>1130982
I do love some onion rings.

>>1130984
Rude

 No.1130988

>>1130986
Look, saying silly shit is the one thing I can kinda do.

 No.1130989

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>>1130986
>Me after onion rings all day

 No.1130990

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>>1130989
Life is too short not to enjoy onion rings.
Besides nothing, a good long jog or pushups won't solve.

 No.1130991

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>>1130990
Crunches, planks and burpies

 No.1130992

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>>1130991
Then you earned them.

No shame in enjoying the food you made.

 No.1130993

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>>1130992
I suppose I suppose. Will make pork chops tomorrow out of leftover tenderloin.

 No.1130996

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>>1130993
I know a few people like in the image irl.

It always reminds me of the logical problem of how to make a sandwich.

Sounds very yummy.

We made some hot wings and roasted veg for family meal

 No.1130998

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>>1130996
As do I. It saddens me that there are actually people who can't even make ramen. The level 1 of cooking.

>It always reminds me of the logical problem of how to make a sandwich.
Get a cute wife?

I have this special rub I use for them from a place called the hitching post in CA. Shit's PERFECT for pork. I just try not to use it too often because it's powdered gold.

Oh hell yes. Your own hot sauce?

 No.1130999

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>>1130993
>>1130996
Look man, I am not gonna pretend I still constantly google very, very basic info even now that I am actually making "real" food more often.

I am not a smart man in a kitchen and I forget shit.

 No.1131000

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>>1130999
Hey, at least you're trying. Which is more than a lot of other people.

And everyone learns from recipes. Show me one top chef who knew how to perfectly cook everything as a kid.

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>>1130998
It worries me that they might not get proper nutrition, but I think that has a lot to do with other factors. The best I can do is help where I can.

It does solve the problem and I do like being in the kitchen.

I am familiar with The Hitching Post actually.

Yep, some juice from fermented peppers and some leftover rib glaze.

>>1130999
Again don't look down on that. I want to help them.
It is always a confidence issue.

 No.1131002

>>1131000
Eh, I am hardly being a "chef", I am just cycling through a set of recipes I have found that I like and occasionally spending an hour looking up a few new ones.

>>1131001
There's also the issue that when you love alone, portioning stuff gets a bit wonky, cause at least where I live, buying ingredients pretty much exclusively come sin "family of four" sizes. So its' a whole mess of "how long does this keep? Can I find a way to make like, three differeny recipes out of as many of the same things as possible? How much does rice or pasta expand?" etc. I have no clue about any of these things, and my brain will much rather focus on something I wanna draw, a video I am making or something, so that information leaves me immediately after I make the damn food.

 No.1131003

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>>1131001
Well, I do believe a minority have some severe psychological issues with food. Like ones that can only eat pizza or can only eat one type of food. Some people's bodies may have allergic reactions to a lot of things too. I think that for the majority of people who would rather order an uber of McDonalds and wait an hour for the delivery and pay a total of 60 bucks for cold burgers, fries, tots and a watered down soda and consider that "the better option" just need to be shown how much easier, tastier, and cheaper it is to cook things yourself.

You and Wheat just gotta get that cottage style house with the stainless steel kitchen. Sandwich problem solved.

Oh? It's been much too long since I've been there but I thought the food was quite good.

>Fermented peppers
Oh nice, that'll pep up the back end flavor without cranking the heat too much. Glaze would do for sweetness too. Sounds like good wings.


>>1131002
Just stating that you haven't been doing the craft long enough to be considered stupid with it.

 No.1131005

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>>1131002
I mean all of those things come with time and learning and for retention of information I would keep a journal.

I have a small pocket that I use at work all the time.

>>1131003
All reasons I want to do the stream!

I mean he can get whatever he wants whenever he wants. If I can make his current kitchen work I can work out of anywhere.

We have a lot of wimps that work FOH so I try to not go crazy on it.

 No.1131006

>>1131003
I dunno how much I am "doing the craft" as I am just "finally eating somewaht decently more often"

>>1131005
I'm not exactly going for a career here, I just twanna eat that night.

 No.1131007

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>>1131005
Very true. I can see it being successful too. The thing I love most of all to watch is an expert doing their craft. So satisfying.

Hoh, best wife confirmed.

Bah, a little flavor never killed anybody. Those babies can have some ice cream after.

>>1131006
One becomes the other.

 No.1131009

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>>1131006
And I am telling you means that I think will help develop your skills to make it easier over time.

>>1131007
I love watching master bakers decorate.

You know it.

Sweet potato ice cream.

 No.1131011

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>>1131009
They're basically painters/sculpters at that point.

Not sure you should move down south though, I think your guy's house would be better closer to where you are. But that's mostly me saying how much I hate the weather down here.

Exactly.

 No.1131013

>>1131007
I suppose.
I have at least managed to make a dish I really wanna make for a friend sometime.

>>1131009
Mm yeah, point.

 No.1131014

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>>1131013
Excellent.

Be sure to take pics.

 No.1131015

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>>1131011
The Head Pastry Chef here is just amazing.

I plan of becoming a dragon and absconding with my treasures into the mountains.

>>1131013
>>1131014
This

 No.1131016

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>>1131015
You've sung their praises before, which means they must be damn impressive. Anything off the top of your head you're thinking of when you think of their dish?

Good girl. Don't make your treasures too fat now.

 No.1131017

>>1131014
Oh, it's a while off.

I'm in that lovely situation where I live in buttfuck nowhere and everyone BUT me actally have something slightly resembling lives.
'
>>1131015
I did a while ago - I'm referring to a Gumbo I made.

 No.1131018

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>>1131017
Still, would like to see pics of food when it's made.

 No.1131019

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>>1131016
Their use of nontraditional items.
Taking port and reducing it down into sugar syrup for ice cream.

Using cornbread as a garnish to amplify the rest of the dish. He screams southern cooking master.

 No.1131020

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>>1131019
Now that's damn impressive. Very patient of them too. Would be a very unique flavor.

Yeah but the cornbread isn't in the shape of a little ear of corn so it's not "True" cornbread.

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>>1131018
Not exactly fancy looking, but here is the pic I took when I made it last.

 No.1131022

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>>1131021
That looks pretty good to me.

 No.1131025

>>1131022
Tasted pretty damn good too and was surprisingly easy to make.

I might have gone a little hard on the spice, but rather that than too little.

 No.1131026

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>>1131020
It is divine.

Very true.

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>>1131025
Some of the best food is easy.

Just takes practice to eyeball it correctly. Easier to add than to subtract.

>>1131026
Gonna head in soon?

 No.1131028

>>1131027
Yeah, I suppose.

I just also kinda go by "it says two teaspoons, and that means "dunk that fucker in there and plop whatever you dig up in the dish", not "carefully scrape off anything from the top until you have nothing but the exact, flat teaspoon"

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>>1130982
>>1130981
for katsu, often it is better to shallow fry! this is what i have found, at least. unless one is very good at the deep frying, like they can do, at the very fancy places.

i share video of fancy frying place

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xfaAXpG-SMM

 No.1131032

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>>1131031
The fry wasn't the issue. For me it was the broth at the end that mixes with the egg.

 No.1131061

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y9mDLhJ_Dao

This guy makes some good quality content

 No.1131064

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Since Traver asked for food pics


Pork cutlets cooled in a tray with amix of onion, leek abd Mornay sauce, served with rice

 No.1131073

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Made chocolate chip banana bread and hot chocolate with coffee syrup. Nezi ate half the loaf already.

>>1131064
Nice.

 No.1131075

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>>1131064
When you take béchamel and you add emmental, that's a mornay...

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>>1131064
Seems good.

 No.1131090

>>1131073
>>1131076

I know it ain't fancy looking, but ye. Tastes nice.

>>1131075
Took me a moment.

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>>1131090
i was so proud of that joke, but maybe it was hard to understand :c

 No.1131106

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>>1131104
it was a funny joke, Moony

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>>1131106
thank you artee <3 silly.

 No.1131188

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I attemted to make the local hotchpot dish over the weekend.
I have it sitting in the fridge with as a soupy mess since Sunday.

I kinda wanna finish it tomorrow, but I hope I don't salmonella myself.

 No.1131207

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i had Eggplant Parm! Garnished with the traditional accoutrements for Dawn friend

 No.1131209

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>>1131188
Like you just have raw chicken sloshing around your fridge?

If you are worried about it, heat to an internal temp of 165F or 74C. Salmonella is killed instantly at these temps.

Use soap to clean any spills and a sanitizing agent like food-safe bleach on any surfaces.

>>1131207
My god, I could demolish an eggplant parm right now.
10/10

 No.1131215

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>>1131209
i garnished it with rigatoni for you c:

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>>1131215
You did lovely.
Thank you

 No.1131217

I made what my recipe calls "mexican burgers" yesterday.

Basically, beef patties with a slice of cheese on eithe rside, plus some fried bell pepper and onions, all wrapped up in a tortilla wrap and put in the oven for a moment,

I have two wraps left that I wojn't really end up using for dinner, so I am thinking of getting some cream cheese and salmon and making them into some delicious snack rolls.

 No.1131218

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>>1131217
Add some cucumbers to it.

 No.1131220

>>1131218
Perhaps, yeah. Or some of the red onion I have and haven't used yet.

 No.1131222

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>>1131220
Let me get my quick pickle brine recipe for you.
Pickled red onion goes great with salmon.

-2 whole red onions sliced thin
(Pickle liquid)
-2 cups rice wine vinegar
-3 tbsp Kosher salt.
-1 cup H2O
-1 tsp toasted cumin
-1 tbsp jalapeño powder or fresh
-orange peel
-1 tbsp red chili flake
-juice of an orange

Mix everything in a pot except the onions and the OJ.
Thinly slice the onions while you bring the pot to a boil.
Remove from heat and add the juice.
Cover the onions and chill.

 No.1131223

>>1131222
Ooo

I am writing that down for another time I think, I just kinda want to make a quick snack tomorrow to use some stuff I have that I won't end up using for anything else, but that does sound VERY good. Could do that for a much bigger serving sometime.

 No.1131225

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>>1131223
Pickled red onions are great.
My personal fav is them with some scrambled eggs and avocado.

 No.1131227

>>1131225
I am the worst millenial, I don't have avocado often.

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>>1131227
They are too expensive but that is the irony of being a cook.

 No.1131230

>>1131229
Well so is salmon or I'd buy it a LOT more often.
But one pack should be enough for these two snack wraps.

 No.1131231

I want to plant an avocado tree, but I'm afraid of how tall it'll get.

 No.1131232

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>>1131230
You grossly overestimate how much I am paid.  

>>1131231
I want a garden

 No.1131233

>>1131232
I have about 2 dozen pineapple. 5 banana trees, 1 plum tree, 1 20 ft mango tree, a shit ton of ginger and about 3 lemon trees. I need to clear a bit of land and make a proper garden out of it for spices.

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>>1131233
Nice.

I miss having space to do things.

 No.1131236

>>1131232
I wasn't trying to imply you make a lot. I was just making conversation about the price of salmon.

 No.1131238

>>1131236
so was I.

sorry

I'm crashing right now so I'm just gonna fuck off.

 No.1131239

>>1131234
Soon. Get some rest.

 No.1131245

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>>1131238
Awe, feel better.

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>>1131238
rest well, dawn friend... we love you <3

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It is lobster season, in the northeast c: it is time for cheap lobsters!

 No.1131536

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Making chicken stock. Will make chicken soup tomorrow.

>>1131501
Nice.

 No.1131541

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>>1131536
i hope i get to see, chicken stock

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>>1131541
Nothing special. Dawn's chicken stock looks better.

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>>1131571
Thank you.

I want to get some shortribs and make a beef stock out of them.

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>>1131596
Fuck yeah. I still need to visit my butcher and see if I can get beef bones for cheap to make bone broth.

What you going to use beef stock with?

 No.1131598

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>>1131597
You should go soon before Thanksgiving ruins any chance of it.

I want some French Onion soup.

 No.1131599

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>>1131598
Yeah. Might not be making turkey for Thanksgiving though. Roommate says that he's serious about diet and if I make the thanksgiving sandwiches he'll spiral. And I don't feel like cooking a bird like that for myself.

Based. It's essential for French Dip sandwiches too.

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>>1131599
No that is a lot to do on your own. I'll cook enough for the both of you  I promise.

I pushed having the dip for the ham sandwich.

 No.1131601

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>>1131600
I appreciate the sentiment. However muddled by me not getting to eat your food. Just don't overwork yourself.

Good girl. Dips are essential.

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>>1131601
I will try not to.

They are, and just having some for grilled cheese is good too.

 No.1131603

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>>1131602
Good. I'll still try to make something on Thanksgiving at least.

It boosts any sandwich really.

 No.1131608

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I'm curious. Do you take multivitamins, Dawn?

 No.1131658

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>>1131603
Unless it is something like PB&J.

That is more the bread as dips are a bit hard to play with sweet sandwiches.

>>1131608
I take a multi as well as a skin/hair/nail supplement and have also started taking a fiber supplement.

Why do you ask?

 No.1131659

>>1131658
True.

Perhaps better to say *savory sandwich

 No.1131660

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>>1131659
I mean you could do something interesting with it.

Like a toasted pbj with a hot honey maple dipping sauce.

 No.1131661

>>1131660
Hmmm

Onion jam?

 No.1131662

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>>1131661
If you played with the flavor of the nut spread to be more in line with like a peanut sauce or something like that.

Or a savory pecan spread.

 No.1131664

>>1131662
Hmmm, sounds like it could work actually

 No.1131665

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>>1131664
I can make most things work.

 No.1131666

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>>1131665
Naturally. You just have a lot of talent in this field.

 No.1131667

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>>1131666
Thank you.
I needed that.

 No.1131668

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>>1131667
Well if you need someone to state the obvious to you you know where to find me. I'll happily let you know.

 No.1131669

>>1131665
>>1131667
We all need a bit of assurance now and then.
But for the record, I find myself impressed in here again and again.

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 No.1131671

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>>1131670
Anytime.

Were you able to make beef stock?

 No.1131672

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>>1131671
Not today sadly.

We have a few surprise guests who all wanted to order at once.
Lots of special dinners and preparing for the holidays.

Hopefully soon, once all the stress is out of the way and we get into the new year.

 No.1131673

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>>1131672
Damn. I had to run into work today too and wasn't able to get what I wanted done either. Sorry to hear of your surprise guests.

I can't wait to see the stock. Hopefully with pictures and recipes.

 No.1131674

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>>1131673
Of course.
I just need a few things in the background to finalize and I can relax a bit and do some prepwork for my idea.

 No.1131675

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>>1131674
Let me know if I can help any.

Should be finalizing that Cabin Airbnb in April shortly to drive down dragon tail.

 No.1131676

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>>1131675
I will.

It will be fun.
Let me know what days.

 No.1131677

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>>1131676
Of course. Once I set in the days I'll let you know.

 No.1131678

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>>1131677
Just to set expectations I cook better than I look.

 No.1131679

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>>1131678
Just to set expectations I look better than I cook.

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 No.1131681

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>>1131680
Only sometimes.

 No.1131682

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>>1131658
Some people don't introduce additional nutrients into their body. Just wanting to know if you take vitamins and supplements besides just consuming food. Not a requirement, but it's healthy to be attentive to your own body.

 No.1131933

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Got a 24 pound turkey for 12 bucks today.

 No.1131934

>>1131933
Sounds like a dang fine price to me

 No.1131935

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>>1131934
49 cents a pound was hard to ignore.

Will start thawing on the 18th so I have time to dry brine.

Hope my favorite chef here has a recipe for making a good turkey stock out of leftover turkey bones.

 No.1131937

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hi dawn tracer thread <3

 No.1131938

>>1131937

🎶 Dawn and Tracer sittin' in a tree ... 🎵

 No.1131940

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>>1131937
Evening Moon.

>>1131938
Sharing cooking recipes?

 No.1131942

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>>1131940

Yes, exact lyrics, exactly as I remember we sung them everyday on the playground

 No.1131943

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>>1131942
Well it's her and Wheat in those lyrics if you wish to continue the song.

 No.1131944

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>>1131940
>>1131938
you are so silly c:

are you cooking... turkey, tracer?


andrea are you making any food ? c:

 No.1131945

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>>1131944
For the price it was hard to ignore. So it looks like I'm not making Ribeye for Thanksgiving. Maybe I'll save it for Christmas.

I have a pretty good recipe for Turkey I'll use. Prep just takes time.

 No.1131946

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>>1131945
...thanksgiving is ... next week?

next week... oh no!! i am not ready!!

 No.1131947

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>>1131946
Coming pretty quick.

 No.1131948

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>>1131947
oh gosh, i just want to rest more. i am not... recharged enough... for another big gathering of family and stuff.

 No.1131949

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>>1131948
I don't have that sort of concern on my end.

 No.1131950

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>>1131943

🎵 Dawn and Whole Wheat sittin' in a tree
  Sharing cooking recipes🎶

 No.1131951

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>>1131950
Better.

 No.1131952

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>>1131950
>>1131951
cookie recipes

 No.1131953

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>>1131952
If you'd like.

 No.1131954

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>>1131953
...i love chocolate chip cookies so much... and yet, have no personal recipe

i would like to steal one. a proper, American one. my Chinese cookies they are no good, tracer.

 No.1131955

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>>1131954
2 sticks unsalted butter
½ cup white sugar
1½ cups brown sugar
2 eggs
11 ½ ounces flour
1 Tbsp kosher salt
½ tsp baking soda
¾ tsp cinnamon
1 bar cooking chocolate

-Brown 2 sticks of unsalted butter. once browned refrigerate until solid.
-In the bowl of a stand mixer, add the butter along with ½ cup of white sugar and 1 ½ cups of brown sugar. Mix well to combine.
-Next add 2 eggs to the mixture, mix to combine.
-In a separate medium bowl, whisk together 11 ½ ounces of all purpose flour, 1 Tbsp of kosher salt, ½ tsp of baking soda, and ¾ tsp of cinnamon.
-Add half of dry ingredients to the stand mixer, mix to combine, and then add the other half of the dry ingredients.
-Add your chocolate by cutting it into chunks, stir just until everything is well combined and remove dough from mixer. Place in a bowl and refrigerate for 12-24 hours.
-Bake in a 350°F oven for 12-17 minutes.

   

 No.1131956

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>>1131955
>>1131955
what kind of cookie does this produce? will it be gooey or crunchy?

is this, a family recipe of old, tracer?

 No.1131957

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>>1131956
I used that recipe to make these: >>1131953

 No.1131959

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>>1131953
woooah, that is your own photo?? they look great, tracer!! okay, i try!!

 No.1131960

>>1131959
Make fortune cookies

 No.1131968

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i made a quesadilla today

ole!

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>>1131959
Good luck.

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 No.1132050

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I tried to wash my vegetables

but I'm still muching so much dirt.

 No.1132055

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>>1132050
do you put the whole vegetable into a water bath? sometimes, i will even scrub scrub with a toothbrush! sometimes, even with a little salt, to use as an abrasive!

 No.1132058

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>>1132055
I rinsed them under the tap, then washed them submerged in the sink.
My plate still looked like someone stepped on it with sandy sandals, though.

 No.1132063

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the veggie in question was celeriac, though, so maybe that's just what you get

 No.1132066

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>>1132058
>>1132063
ohhh, celeriac is very tough to clean. like a rutabaga, so many crevasses.

for such a vegetable, i use the toothbrush. also sometimes, some abrasive salt. and i will still cut off the feathery parts that might hide sand that cannot be reached.

but, i also think, a little dirt builds character c: so i don't mind it on some vegetables, like beets.

 No.1132070

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>>1132066
it might build character, but it wasn't very tasty.

Well, I mean, I do enjoy the flavour of celeriac and rutabaga in principle.

Beets not so much.

 No.1132074

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>>1132070
i read that in northern Europe, but particularly in Germany and the Benelux, beets are considered a particularly unwelcome food, as they are associated with poverty and hard times in the culture

 No.1132077

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Listen, all this fancy cooking stuff is fine and good

But on thursday when I am not home between 8 PM and 9:30 PM, I am quite fine with just throwing in a frozen pizza - although I do usually buy a topping or two extra to put on it

 No.1132079

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>>1132074
It's nothing like that for me.
Real beets just have a pretty bland taste.

I feel like cabbages are more the "poor people"'s food.

Or carrots perhaps, but carrots are really nice.

>>1132077
getting like mozzarella or a pack of meatballs to add to storebought pizza can be good

 No.1132082

>>1132079
Got some chicken strips and cocktail wieners and put them on a four-cheese. That usually works out

 No.1132084

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>>1132079
beets are so great though!! very sweet.... i like beets so much that i often just will roast them in the oven with only a little oil, no salt or anything, to eat.

>>1132077
you are so funny, esher. are you eating pizza now?

>>1132082
chicken and wiener pizza?

 No.1132085

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>>1132082
>>1132084
I'd call it wiener and chicks for fun

 No.1132088

>>1132084
>>1132085
Look, chicks and wieners tend to make for a very fun combo alright

>>1132084
Well, I WAS.

It's all gone-gone into my tum-tum now.

 No.1132089

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I'll probably get me a pizza tomorrow.

Saturday I will need to come up with an idea to make pasta.

 No.1132093

>>1132089
I mean it's better than what I'll be doing,

The screenings at the film festival aren't spaced out far enough for it to be possible to get some food between each movie, so I am just gonna have to buy a sandwich or something before I even go in there that I can scarf down at some point.

 No.1132094

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>>1132093
where are you watching the screenings from?
Livestream accross the internet? Or are you going out for it?

 No.1132096

>>1132094
Going out. Friday and saturday, a grand total of seven movies and a trade market. S'gonna be fun.

 No.1132098

>>1132096
sounds fancy, if it's a festival

 No.1132100

>>1132098
...I dunno about fancy. It just mean they're showing a bunch of recent horror movies from over the world and there's a market. These things are just called festivals.

 No.1132194

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So I made a quick thing of seafood for dinner and it's pretty good.

Ingredients:
- a tray of frozen mixed seafoods
- leek, chopped
- juice squeezed out of half a lemon
- white wine for cooking
- cream
- semi-instant pad thai noodles
- salt, pepper, thyme
- butter

Preparation:
- set aside a bowl and rehydrate the semi-instant pad thai noodles with hot water in it as you go. Once they're done, strain them
- toss some butter into a frying pan, add leek, cook stirring until it softens nicely
- add frozen seafood tray contents, add herbs and spices, cook stirring on low heat for a bit, then add a sensible amount of white cooking wine and lemon juice and turn the heat back up
- cook until the wine is reduced somewhat and the seafood is cooked just right - already actually cooked, but not yet rubbery
- reduce the heat again, and add the cream. Stir lightly until the liquids in your pan combine into a uniform sauce
- toss in the pad thai noodles, mix everything well, serve. Ideally in something that's actually presentable instead of in a random blue plastic bowl you have lying around

The dish is pretty quick and easy if you have the ingredients around, and the "unusual" ones in it (the noodles and the seafood mix) are pretty good for long term storage so you can pick them up and keep them for whenever. The flavour is very nice, too, and the pad thai noodles do a good job at carrying it. All in all I'm pretty happy with how it turned out.

 No.1132196

>>1132194
it looks almost like a ceviche!!

i have never heard of this before.

 No.1132198

>>1132196

I wasn't following a recipe, just went "hey I have this frozen seafood mix, why don't I make something with it" and this is what I ended up with, so I'm not surprised. It's vaguely inspired by moules mariniere, but I didn't have any parsley on hand. Thinking on it, adding some could probably work nicely though.

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 No.1132325

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>>1132324
>what is stunt food?

No one should give a single shit about these people, past the food waste.
Giving them attention is what they want and why shit like this continues.

 No.1132327

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>>1132324
>Wasting food

 No.1132329

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>>1132327
I got my ass beat for wasting food.

And now people get paid to do it.

 No.1132330

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>>1132329
Different culture.

Kids seem to find it the most entertaining. Odds are they haven't gone hungry.

 No.1132331

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>>1132330
It is beyond frustrating.

 No.1132333

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 No.1132334

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>>1132325
>>1132327
>food waste
I wouldn't be surprised if they actually ate it all...

Pic unrelated

 No.1132338

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>>1132333
I see pop-up "food influencers" do this all the time.

Stunt food will always be a thing only thing to do it to ignore it and let them "starve" as it were.

>>1132334
I don't care and sure it is because of the implications.

 No.1132347

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>>1132338
>>1132333
is this the same like when in New York, they will make weird stuff like mustard donuts or macaroni cheese ice cream for pop up shops?

 No.1132348

>>1132347
more or less.

 No.1132351

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>>1132348
maybe you should have a tik tok or something dawn friend, where you can cook and show off ingredients!

 No.1132352

>>1132351
i've considered doing it.

 No.1132353

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>>1132352
...are you okay, dawn friend?

>hugs <3

you must be tired. you deserve to rest, and rest well.

 No.1132354

>>1132353
I'm fine.

Just tired.

 No.1132356

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>>1132354
...will you take a vacation anytime soon? maybe we can go to florida someday.

 No.1132413

>>1132356
Not until the start of the new year.

I don't really know. A lot of things are in flux.

 No.1132416

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>>1132356
Wouldn't recommend coming to Florida unless it's near the beginning of December.

 No.1132421

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>>1132413
...flux can be scary, but often it is necessary <3. you can do it, dawn friend.

if i can do it too, may we go to florida?

>>1132416
oh... why then?

hi tracer c:

 No.1132423

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>>1132421
Less tourists, weather is low 70's.

Hello Moon.

 No.1132424

>>1132421
Do t forget I live south if Tampa

 No.1132674

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Turkey heading in.

 No.1132676

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>>1132674
Big birb!

 No.1132684

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>>1132676
27 pounds of flavor

 No.1132697

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>>1132684
wow, look at this birb!

 No.1132831

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I have been day drinking so take my cornbread recipe and have a better day.

320g cornmeal
3g baking soda
3g salt
1 large egg
296ml buttermilk
84ml  unsalted butter, melted

Preheat oven to 400F (204C)
Get a baking dish, I use a cast iron skillet but anything will work, and allow it to heat up in the oven with a small amount of oil/fat (around  14ml)
In one bowl mix the dry items and in another mix the wets.
Slowly add the wets to the drys mixing until well incorporated.
Add the batter to the hot skillet and bake for 20 minutes or until a cake tester/toothpick comes out clean.

Let rest/cool for 30 minutes.

 No.1132833

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>>1132831
Nice.

Mandatory cast iron cornbread mold though.

 No.1132834

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>>1132833
Again I am too nice for my own damn good and it belongs to my sister now so I just have normal skillets.

Annoys the shit out of me.

 No.1132835

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>>1132834
I propose a long con where I get invited to your sisters house for a holiday/event and I'll steal it back.

 No.1132836

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>>1132835
Honestly, it isn't worth it.

She needs something.
I'm being a horrible sister.

Right now I am just thinking of walking to the corner store to get a bag of chips and ponder how bad tomorrow is gonna hurt.

 No.1132837

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>>1132836
Thanksgiving weekend is bad there?

 No.1132838

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>>1132837
When the last thing a boss says to you before your weekend is "please don't quit" I think it says all that needs to be said.

 No.1132839

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>>1132838
Jesus. You definitely need a break then.

 No.1132840

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>>1132839
I got an email from one of the other departments on the resort begging for people because they lost a quarter of their staff in two days.

Not food related and dealing with kids so not worth the seven-day work week.

 No.1132841

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>>1132840
> they lost a quarter of their staff in two days
Holy shit. That's impressively sad. How mismanaged is that place?

 No.1132843

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>>1132841
The concierge has almost a 200% turnover.

Most of the money that my location makes is being used to prop up the sister locations because COVID demolished them.  

Our average tenure is 2 years for cooks.

FOH is six months.

 No.1132844

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>>1132843
>Bleeding money to prop up other areas
>In doing so bleeding their own staff dry
It's just going to get worse in that case.

 No.1132845

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>>1132844
The thing is that we survive on the back of externships so it is not like staffing cooks will ever be an issue.
Two years here gets you a pedigree for other places.

I might have to start looking because the housing market here is just not sustainable.

Or maybe I should invest in that cooking vtuber thing.

I mean I will never make it as big as Giri but it has to pay better than 30K a year.

 No.1132846

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>>1132845
Housing market is terrible. And simply not livable currently.

Whichever route you decide on I'll assist any way I'm able.

 No.1132847

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>>1132846
I have thought about getting my teaching degree and just getting a home ec job in the middle of nowhere.

 No.1132848

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>>1132847
Only thing that would suck about that is the pay wouldn't be great.

 No.1132849

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>>1132848
I mean it would be about the same as I make now.

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>>1132849
Hmmm.

Would have more fun with it too, probably.

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>>1132850
Maybe.

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>>1132851
Wouldn't need to prep that many turkeys ever again.


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