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Discussion in 'Whats Cooking? Food, Drink, & Gear' started by Jim, Mar 9, 2011.
So weed is legal there?
No. But there was a lot of gin involved
bacon on the mini BGE
Both are common po boy ingredients so I bless it, apply gravy and hot sauce as needed.
For some reason I can only see the last picture, unfortunate because I really wanted to see the chashu. Did you use the fermented bean curd or add food colouring? I think I read at the noma page about how the microbes produce the color which I thought was pretty cool
Weird coz I can see it fine on the app! @Angie how do we fix this ?
As for that cha siu you can use red bean curd (nam yu), I was lazy and used cha siu sauce
Weird. I can’t see it in web view either.
I’d like to try and do the fermenting from scratch, but that’s wishful thinking (I recall noma said it’s one of the more difficult cultures to deal with).
Moroccan Beef Stew with Roasted Cauliflower and Herb Salad.
Green, aren't they?
Bad lighting, sorry. Here is a better shot.
This chicken dinner was just an excuse to eat pickles.
Preserved ham/Bacon; traditional food for Chinese people during lunar new year.
Cabbage rolls filled with sauteed mushroom, ricotta, thyme, schallotts, black pepper and celeriac. Tasted like a mock version of the real deal: kåldolmar. It was alright!
Herregud vad gott det såg ut. Det var en annan som frestade mig med kålpudding häromdagen, får göra nåt åt det där tror jag!
Kul att höra. Kåldolmar är bland det finaste som finns. Den vegetariska varianten, njae, inte riktigt samma extas, men faktum är att rotselleri, skogssvamp, innanmäte från kål och schalottenlök försiktigt mjukstekta tillsammans i två timmar är en fin kombo också. Kålen är så dominant ändå så det är bara att rida på den.
@RDalman I find it hard to believe that anyone but a Swede would see a picture of this and think ’Holy daddy finger that looks good!’ Swedish cuisine at its best
Reminds me of Polish stuffed cabbage (don't remember the Polish name).
In Slovak, it's halupki. Probably same or similar in Polish.
“Kohlrouladen” in German.
Don’t mind me, I just was being silly They look great!
We Call it Kåldolmer.
Btw, I like to tease our swedish brothers and sisters, but today Matilda Mattis Årestad has all my respect.
What picture on which post? Is it this one?
There is no attachment to see when I go into edit mode.
You say you uploaded with your phone. Is it an iPhone? Did you use the app or mobile browser?
Indeed, I tried it. Made a couple of changes...
First, used 2 parts chicken stock and 1 part pork stock. Second, the only chorizo in the house was turkey based, so it got used. Third, triple recipe (which was barely enough, it turned out to be popular).
I found the Moro cookbook on ebay for less than $10, as well as the 2nd cookbook. Both are now on order.
On android app
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