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Thread: Whats cooking? **** Making something fine and fancy?** Just plain good? Show us!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zetieum View Post
    Is that a Wakui?
    No, it's a 240mm carbon Kochi gyuto from JKI. I'd never heard of a Wakui—just looked it up on the Tosho site, similar looking knife. From the looks of the two, I believe the Kochi is a little taller, with perhaps a tad more belly than the Wakui. Kochis a great cutter.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Badgertooth View Post
    That looks yum Alex. What are you using to sous vide? I've never done it but Anova has me curious
    Has me curious too, uses a sous vide before manu times at work, but looks like the perfect home solution rather than spending £500 on a industrial machine.


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    Another Thai Ramen experiment, Khao Soi based this time...


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    @Life, looks good. Whatcha got under the noodles?

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    The soup (with the main body of noodles. Noodles are not handmade, I really like the Hakubaku ones - made with alkaline and not just colored yellow, but no egg or odd additives) is standard khao soi curry (quite different from thai yellow curry even if it looks similar - much more black cardamon and turmeric focused), top noodles are some of the noodles separated and quickly oil blanched a bit, had hot oil for the shallots anyway. Oil blanch works with that noodle type too though the original thai dish uses egg noodles - don't try that with standard wheat noodles which will become inedibly tough, or udon which will become styrofoam . Under it is just marinated&griddled tofu strips ...

    And I need a bright kitchen lamp that can drive a digital camera without the bloody flash and/or white balance problems

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    @Life - thanks for the info what type of tofu did you start with for those?

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    Roasted veggie frittata
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    Yum!

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    Making island ahi and sweet Maui onion poke in Hawaii—pictures from my last trip a few months ago! Good thing about Hawaii is being able to get sashimi grade ahi at supermarkets.





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    That's looks really, really delicious


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