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parbaked

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#bungtasteslikeshit
We can still buy cheap meat in SF, but I don’t. This is my local Vietnamese market with $3.99 a pound pork belly.
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I prefer to buy the bougie stuff from our Japanese market for $11.49 a pound. We eat small quantities so cost isn’t the biggest factor. Funny that this pork is from Canada…
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Had some last night fried crisp with Shimeji mushrooms
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and served with broccolini and mash…
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OK...as I see the "teaser" campaign works (and provoked posts about the varieties of meats we can cook), let me show you another teaser.
I am sure you would guess the upper bag content...Yeah...ox tail. But the second, yellowish stuff? Hm?
It is goose testicles.
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OK...as I see the "teaser" campaign works (and provoked posts about the varieties of meats we can cook), let me show you another teaser.
I am sure you would guess the upper bag content...Yeah...ox tail. But the second, yellowish stuff? Hm?
It is goose testicles.
:laughingchef:
Had horse before, and even pony. At least both don't fall under industrial livestock farming...
Although i've tried many things and always taught my daughter to taste everything before condemning it, i certainly would not try the balls of a goose... :D
 

Lars

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I know I've posted this before, but it's so yummy that I'll happily post it again..
Kuru Fasulye - Turkish white bean stew with lamb.
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Ps. The Morrocan bread proved to be an excellent vehicle for the stew!
 

boomchakabowwow

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OK...as I see the "teaser" campaign works (and provoked posts about the varieties of meats we can cook), let me show you another teaser.
I am sure you would guess the upper bag content...Yeah...ox tail. But the second, yellowish stuff? Hm?
It is goose testicles.
:laughingchef:
pig brain?
 

DitmasPork

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OK...as I see the "teaser" campaign works (and provoked posts about the varieties of meats we can cook), let me show you another teaser.
I am sure you would guess the upper bag content...Yeah...ox tail. But the second, yellowish stuff? Hm?
It is goose testicles.
:laughingchef:
They look like turkey testicles.
 
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