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  1. Jan 4, 2020 #5191

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    Mushroom Bacon Carbonara

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  2. Jan 5, 2020 #5192

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    Vegetable soup.
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    Lunch today was sweet potato hash with poached egg. Hash also had onions, garlic, tomato and crispy chickpeas, with cumin, coriander, cayenne, smoked paprika, bay butter, and lemon. Sweet potatoes were parboiled with baking soda, then baked at 450 F until soft/crisp.

    Didn’t have time to wipe the plate rim since I didn’t want my wife to see me taking photos of my lunch for KKF.

    Here’s the knife used (Mizuno KS).

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  4. Jan 5, 2020 #5194

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    Just had breakfast! What does one make for breakfast when they get a new carbon steel wok? Beef and broccoli naturally.
    Haha.

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  5. Jan 6, 2020 #5195

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    It has been rather windy and cold here in Istanbul so ended up making some kimchi jjigae last week.
     
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    I like to keep a supply of coconut curry sauce in the freezer for an easy meal.
    Cooked some chicken and rice to go with it..
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  7. Jan 6, 2020 #5197

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    Short rib gyudon
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  8. Jan 6, 2020 #5198

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    Oh yesssss
     
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  9. Jan 6, 2020 #5199

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    Woke up this morning and was till on holiday mode ... Only had 45 mins to get breakfast and bento ready, but got that bento out the door with a min to spare.

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    Fried chicken and halusky. If I'm ever on death row, this will be my last meal!

    Got a Ninja Foodi for Christmas. Did a decent job on the chicken.

    Ken
     

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    This is a great idea. I need to keep some quarter cup shots in the freezer for future use. Had about a quarter cup of yellow curry left over from the weekend. Poured it over scrambled eggs and has browns . It was amazing.
     
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    Not in the right order, but started with biscuits and gravy (second photo). Didn't feel like cooking, so got some tacos for dinner. First picture is al pastor and the last one is carne asada. It's a blessing to be able to choose between 10 different great Mexican places locally.

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    that would have gone well with the galbi jjim I just made. And of course dukk guk on New Years
     
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    Gosh darn it! Can we agree right here and now to all move to the sane neighborhood when we retire? We would have some bad mamba-jamba POTLUCK dinners!
     
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    How about some dolsot bibimbap
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    I agree with this, a KKF retirement community would be awesome. Passarounds and potlucks will legendary. And think about our collective stone collection .... This retirement community shall be aptly named "Wonderland"
     
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    That extra turkey I bought over the holidays?

    Salvador style! I may never eat turkey again. Haha.
     

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    With inspiration from boomchakabowwow ... I did up my spare turkey today. Now you might think that’s just a pile of roasted bacon. The answer lies in what goes better with bacon .... answer EVERYTHING!

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    That looks gorgeous!!! Please do share some, I will bring soju.
     
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    Look, a chicken ball
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    I should have served it whole instead of carving it.
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  22. Jan 8, 2020 #5212

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    I’m batching tonight. Time for steak. A reverse seared strip loin, jasmine rice and Canada’s favourite side ... cold beans! Baked the steak in the toaster oven to 90F internal, finished by searing in a HOT Carbon pan. The knife is a new stock Masamoto KS 3124. Here’s a few pics ...

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    Perfect. I did steak last Night in my carbon pans and went a few degrees too hot. Boo on me!
     
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    Bow wow ... have you tried the reverse sear?
     
  25. Jan 8, 2020 #5215

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    Lunch for the day

    Karaage, tamagoyaki, buttered mushroom, stirfried bakchoy, strawberries

    Oyako-don

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  26. Jan 9, 2020 #5216

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    Breaded Pork Loin with Asparagus Risotto.

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  27. Jan 9, 2020 #5217

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    I decided to do something other than staring at and complaining about the space my pasta maker occupies on my counter last night:

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    Roasted red bell pepper pasta with pecorino romano!
     
  28. Jan 9, 2020 #5218

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    Wonderful looking pasta @chemicalstar

    Would gladly swab a portion for some of my roast pork..
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    Oh my ... could I have a double order to eat now and the same to take away?
     
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