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Discussion in 'Whats Cooking? Food, Drink, & Gear' started by Jim, Mar 9, 2011.
Oxtail Ragu Cavatelli
I haven't made oxtail soup in ages. Getting a bit too warm for it now, need to wait until winter
found at asian market today.
Sunsetgrown.com maybe you can track some down
Awesome, thanks! Now find me fresh yuzu and wasabi root that isn't priced like drugs, haha!
I can get bottled yuzu
last time i bought fresh wasabi it was $100/lb at mitsuwa just across the river from NYC. there was a place in the Pacific NW growing wasabi in greenhouses. I got some plants but summer is too hot and winter too cold
There are a couple of guys growing wasabi in the Bay Area. It's also $100/lb, but you get free shipping!
Slow cooked brisket, carved up and put back into the braising liquid.
Getting down to the Half Moon Bay/Santa Cruz area to hit one of these wasabi spots has been on my radar for a few years. When I read up on it a few years ago, it seemed like the farms don't like to advertise their exact location, due to concerns of theft, since real wasabi is so expensive. But I figured it would be at a few local farmstands/markets with enough hunting.
I hate all forms of seafood, but I'd still like to try it.
Wasabi is a vegetable, not seafood, I would think?
Wasabi is a standard accompaniment to soba noodles. Put a little on your chopsticks before you pick up the noodles
You just had to, didn't you?
Actually, mine looks quite different. Opaque, thickish soup, more like the base of a goulash, prepared with tomato paste (among lots of other things).
I wasn't even aware that there is a clear version. I'm guessing that it is a bit like Vietnamese Phở?
Inspired by Hawaiian oxtail soup, with a nod to pho. Skimmed often, stock strained to remove particles.
Harvest Salsa. After this, I still have about 35 lbs of chilis to use.
ufff i would tear into that!!
Guanciale to be, for kick-ass carbonara in 3 weeks (after a cold smoke)
Good for the season !
Leek and pea fried rice..
..is way more tasty than it looks..
Mandarin Orange Sweet and Sour Fish
When inlaws show up with mysterious fish ...
Salted dulce de leche brownies, fantastic recipe on serious eats.
Lots of good stuff on this page but this particularly looks great.
I did stirfry pork belly today:
Fave food group.
Trying to cut back on carbs. Took the rice out of kimchee fried rice. I chopped up cauliflower instead. Really good. Pretty close representation.
Wow. I scrolled back. You all are on fire! Wow @Xenif
Chinese sweet rice wine, recipe from my hometown （孝感米酒）
More lower carb stuff.
Tuscany beans and shrimp.
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