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camochili

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Recently i got myself a cookbook called Benares. Basically it is a mixture of coffeetable book and cookbook, as it is referred to one of the best indian restaurants in London and the UK.
I liked a recipie very much and thought that i should give it a try. So here it is: Cod and
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Still had 1/2 dog food wild duck leftover from yesterday as well as some adobo verde from Tuesday so I made duck tacos for dinner.
The duck had been dry brining in the fridge since yesterday, so it was even better cooked today.
Also, since I have only made corn tortillas a handful of times it was very rewarding to finally see them puff like they are suppose to.

Wild mallard duck, caramelized onion, adobo verde, crumbly cheese, habanero hot sauce and arugula made for some delicious tacos
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My wife and I prepared a brunch this morning for friends who are on a "breakfast only" diet, which I figure makes them ravenous in the morning. I concentrated on Asian egg dishes, with a touch of French and English tossed in. The first pictured is Cantonese scrambled with beef, then Korean scrambled with soy sauce and rice, then tamagoyaki with grated daikon, stir fried baby bok choy with ginger, seared tomatoes, pain perdú, oranges with mint.

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My wife and I prepared a brunch this morning for friends who are on a "breakfast only" diet
To be honest... I had to read that twice... I thought "what the **** is this new fad?? Eating only breakfast food now?"... then I googled it.... obviously intermittent fasting... then I read the rest of your paragraph and it was pretty clear 🤦‍♂️

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Sườn Nướng—Charcoal Grilled Vietnamese Lemongrass Pork Chops. Eaten with local cucumber and backyard limes. Helpful when lemongrass, scallion, garlic chive, Hawaiian chili grows in my parents garden.

New favorite dish when traveling to the tropics.
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Sườn Nướng—Charcoal Grilled Vietnamese Lemongrass Pork Chops. Eaten with local cucumber and backyard limes. Helpful when lemongrass, scallion, Gatling chive grows in my parents garden.

New favorite dish when traveling to the tropics.
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i can live in this marinade..

shihan petty and which gyuto? i can read ginsan i think..
 

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Honestly, my stomach just growled.
Hahahaha! My mother bought 5 lbs of pork on sale, was about to put it in the freezer before I asked if I could cook them up for supper. A humble feast for three—heaps of leftovers. So much leftovers we’re invited people over tonight for a little supper party.
 

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Sườn Nướng—Charcoal Grilled Vietnamese Lemongrass Pork Chops. Eaten with local cucumber and backyard limes. Helpful when lemongrass, scallion, garlic chive, Hawaiian chili grows in my parents garden.

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man, i love that dish. i bash everything in a mortar and pestle for the marinade.

i love that salt, spice, sweet, savory flavor play of south east asian foods. love it so much.
 
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