I used to make a scrambled egg in my little cast iron every morning and evening for our dog. Only way a.) get him to eat it fast enough before the cats came, b.) was easier on his system as he aged. He passed 1.5yrs ago, but that pan is the only one that to this day a.) never leaves the stove top, b) is used for scrambled eggs.
Yess, this is some of the my favorite Thai cookery. So flavorful and bright. Strikingly similar ingredients to larb gai. You forgot your thai chilies though!Never had steak like this before. Nam Tok(Thai Waterfall Beef salad) with sticky rice and green beans.
You grill a marinated(I used soy and black pepper) steak over charcoal, slice it and mix with shallots, green onions, toasted rice powder, coriander, mint, chili flakes, fish sauce and lime juice.
Also my first time eating sticky rice and I have clearly been missing out. Yummy.
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this might be my favorite meal posted in this thread so far飛鳥鍋 (あすかなべ) Asuka Nabe is a nabe that originated in Nara prefecture, Japan, aprox. 1400 years ago. The story goes that it was the time Buddhist monks went to Japan to spread Buddhism during the Tang dynasty, and this dish was created to make sure the monks stayed warm and had enough nutrition over winter. Normally a winter dish, but I had so many good local vegetables this week.View attachment 89378
Cabbage, carrot, potato, tofu, shimeji mushrooms, baby leeks, lotus root.
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Chicken and pork marinated in sake and miso
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Finish with handmade udon
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Can't beat a crazy good ripe local cantaloupe
Thanks, Danzo. It really was delicious. And something I will make again for sure.Yess, this is some of the my favorite Thai cookery. So flavorful and bright. Strikingly similar ingredients to larb gai. You forgot your thai chilies though!