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    Fried benton's bacon oniguri, peach/kimchi puree, sweet soy.


    sorry to post so many in a row. these are from the past couple weeks. being a new member and all i figured i needed to catch up

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    Beautiful!

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    What all is in the fried egg puree besides, well, fried eggs? Your dishes look awesome!
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    dress rehearsal for a new menu I put together for an Indian cooking class I teach.



    Left-to-right: chunky veg raita, plain rice, hot-n-sour tilapia curry (Goan style), prawn pickle, green chile pickle.

    Not pretty but awfully tasty!
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    Smoked Marinara.

    Something totally original that I came up with about 15 years ago: smoked marinara sauce. the first week of july here in arkansas is kind of the peak season for various veg so I go out to the farmer's market and pickup a bunch to make the sauce.


    This year's haul was 74lbs of eggplant, tomatoes, yellow squash, jalepenos, garlic, and onions.


    Tomatoes go in the smoker for about an hour at ~220F with a bit of hickory.


    Other veg goes on the weber for a bit of color


    results all goes into the FP to be pureed, then into stock pots (1 5gal pot, 2 2gal pots, 9 gal total).


    some oregano, thyme, and EVOO goes in. salt must wait until final volume is pretty close as this will reduce by about 1/2. In fact, when this is done it all fits into the center pot (about 5 gal).


    portioned out into 20oz containers to be frozen and used throughout the year.


    closeup of final product.

    one friend took some home and called me back after it thawed, given the color and smell he thought I accidentally gave him BBQ sauce!

    Best served with cheese-filled ravioli...
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    Nice! Mmh, I always wondered how to make idlis and sambar - is that feasible, do you have a recipe?

    Stefan

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    Quote Originally Posted by goodchef1 View Post
    Man, I just love some of these high quality pics. I gotta get me one of those cameras now. Any rec?
    I dunno if you are still interested in a rec...but I got the Canon S100. It's the best compact camera on the market right now. Easy to do everything automatically, but also can be fully manual...and there are lots of cool in-camera effects for your photos. I'm sure lots of folks here will recommend DSLR's--and they do take amazing photos--but the nice thing with the compact is that it's easy to have it with you, fits in a pocket and really does take a great photo. I can share some pics if you are interested.
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    Quote Originally Posted by apicius9 View Post
    Nice! Mmh, I always wondered how to make idlis and sambar - is that feasible, do you have a recipe?

    Stefan
    Idlis will require an "idli steamer"...like this:


    To get the proper shape/size. I can PM you a recipe for Idli.

    Here is a photo series of me making sambar as well as the sambar powder (nice to have on hand if you are going to make sambar regularly):
    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...2669414&type=3

    I can send you recipes for that via PM as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle View Post
    So I just moved to Texas about a month ago. My grandpa lives here and he has a small collection of Lodge camp Dutch ovens that he can't use because he's too old to mess with building a campfire. So myself and a buddy Surprised him by building him a steel table for the Dutch ovens. Yup, it's ugly but it was built using only free scrap my friend had on his property. It's also much sturdier than the table that Lodge sells for $250 and is wide enough for 3 ovens. I've always been a cast iron fan and wanted to build one of these tables so once I realized how much my grandpa would enjoy this I knew I had to do it. He was absolutely ecstatic when we showed it to him. The innagural cook was some simple baked beans to compliment some ribs we smoked and then the next morning I made a big ol one pot breakfast of eggs, homemade sausage, potatoes and onion. We all had a blast using it and look forward to experimenting with this method of cooking even more



    VERY cool. Been thinking about building an outdoor kitchen for a while now...this will have to be part of the design!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mpukas View Post
    Monster frittata in a monster De Buyer carbon pan

    that fritatta looks amazing. I'm going to have to give it a try....
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