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  1. Jan 26, 2020 #5401

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    20200125_194310.jpg Shrimp and oysters, sentenced to boiling oil.
     
  2. Jan 26, 2020 #5402

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    @Garner Harrison Man, you’re a master! Very very well done! Did the Mazaki play any part in the making of these fantastic creations?
     
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    I'm sure he used the Mazaki to cut the raw eggs… ;)
     
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  4. Jan 26, 2020 #5404

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    Can vouch for Garner's bread, the white was one of the best white breads I've had.
     
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  5. Jan 26, 2020 #5405

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    The rye with the walnuts was pretty bloody nice, too!

    I very much doubt that there is a single bakery in the greater Brisbane area that would even get a look in at this level of quality. Simply outstanding!
     
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  6. Jan 26, 2020 #5406

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    Guys, did you just have a little Australien bread gathering?
     
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    There was salami and cheese, too :)
     
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    I dig that one!
     
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    We had a meeting where we exchanged fungus pets ;)
     
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    Yep, I got a 66% white and 33% rye starter!

    Garner, you didn't tell me the name of yours. I need to know!

    As the Godfather, you have first naming rights! :)
     
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    I think it had some incredibly long name from what I remember but lets keep it simple, Luka is a nice name ;)
     
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    I have just stood over your container and sprinkled three drops of water onto the contents, intoning in a serious and respectful voice "I name thee Luka", before adding a little more mix of 66% white and 33% percent rye flour at 100% hydration.

    I do hope that Luka is off to a good start in life now, and I shall treat him like my own flesh and blood…
     
  14. Jan 26, 2020 #5414

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    Treat him better then I did, and dont forget him for 5months ;)
     
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    The Blob's first-born son went to friends of mine last Monday. He is having his first sourdough experience as I write this.

    I'm in touch via instant messenger with my friends and have asked them to give Blob Junior a hug and to tell him that I am proud of him. I'm following developments in real time, and I am a little worried. My friends tell me that "He is going to have a difficult parenting experience: dual baguettes."

    Please send your thoughts and prayers to Blob Junior!

    PS: Do you think it would help if I were to start a GoFundMe campaign?
     
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    Did we make any headway with regards to getting a separate
    forum link for recipes?.
     
  17. Jan 26, 2020 #5417

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    It can be a short way from fault to feature in my kitchen.
    Today's menu is slightly under pan fried duck breast with butter-steamed oxheart cabbage, lightly dressed broccoli and fried potatoes..
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    20200126_152137.jpg More shrimp, in spicy fried rice this time.
     
  20. Jan 27, 2020 #5420

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    Beef Wellington

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    I had some pastry left so in the afternoon I just used leftovers and made this:

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    Perfection on a plate!
     
  22. Jan 27, 2020 #5422

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    Simple dinner: Linguini Carbonara, Bruschetta, Speck and Prosciutto (I prefer speck over regular prosuitto for this) DSC_4788.jpeg
     
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    That's a nice design with the scoring. I might steal it. :)
     
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    Looks nice!

    What the thing speck is wrapped around? Polenta?
     
  25. Jan 27, 2020 #5425

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    My guess is melon, although I hope it's cheese!
     
  26. Jan 28, 2020 #5426

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    Reverse sear on some prime NY strip from Costco with a quick chimichurri from what I had in the fridge.

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  27. Jan 28, 2020 #5427

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    Kobi Batata Nu Shaak.
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  28. Jan 28, 2020 #5428

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    Nice!
    I did have to google it.
     
  29. Jan 28, 2020 #5429

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    0128201613.jpg 0128201809.jpg a good day bacon and oyster
     
  30. Jan 29, 2020 #5430

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    [QUOTE="lowercasebill, post: 668732, member: 391"a good day bacon and oyster[/QUOTE]
    The oyster looks a tad on the small side, but good otherwise ;)

    From New Zealand, by any chance? I know they grow some of the really large varieties there.
     

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