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    Senior Member Johnny.B.Good's Avatar
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    What an amazing looking menu!

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    Well done!!

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    We had some visitors from Momofuku a little while back and I did my best to recreate one of their older dishes for 300 of our staff. The guys were awesome and signed a bunch of lucky peach mags for us.
    Anyway here it is, my humble attempt at Momofuku's cured hamachi.

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    That hamachi looks delicious. I want to eat my computer right now!
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    Quote Originally Posted by knyfeknerd View Post
    That hamachi looks delicious. I want to eat my computer right now!
    Lol thanks knyfeknerd!

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    Spring is around the corner, and today was warm, so it was a good day to fire up the charcoal grill.

    Grilled dry aged grass fed tri-tip and some vegetable for a quick Friday lunch with misus.


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    That all looks delicious! Can I give you a pointer though? If you let that tri-tip rest a bit longer, all those wonderful juices will get sucked back into the meat and they won't run when you cut it.

    Quote Originally Posted by schanop View Post
    Spring is around the corner, and today was warm, so it was a good day to fire up the charcoal grill.

    Grilled dry aged grass fed tri-tip and some vegetable for a quick Friday lunch with misus.


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    Roger .. It was late off the grill, almost 3pm and we were too hungry :-)

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    Nothing too fancy, a chorizo and red pepper soup I made today


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