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Re: Deadkitty's 30 Hour Meals [food thread]

Postby deadkitty » Wed Jun 10, 2015 12:06 am

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steamed pork belly and steamed kimchi and steamed tofu

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very green stir fry

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pork and noodles (thanks pei)

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waffles

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beef sandwich

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vegan french toast and chips and guacamole

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seolleongtang

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katsu curry
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Re: Deadkitty's 30 Hour Meals [food thread]

Postby deadkitty » Wed Jun 10, 2015 8:40 pm

mc-lunar wrote:steamed pork belly is such a waste of pork belly lmao


you're so wrong it hurts
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Re: Deadkitty's 30 Hour Meals [food thread]

Postby TheLouisVuittonPawn » Fri Jun 12, 2015 1:51 am

It was my moms birthday today so i cooked dinner.

Prosciutto wrapped chicken breast stuffed with pesto and mozzarella.

Before baking
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Plated
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Asparagus deets
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Full setup
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Re: Deadkitty's 30 Hour Meals [food thread]

Postby yoyobeat » Tue Jun 16, 2015 11:48 pm

Cooked Ethiopian food recently after reading a book set in Ethiopia. I wasn't sure we were up for making the injera from scratch for the first go-round (though may want to try in the future; you kind of need a special griddle) and thankfully procured some fresh already-made injera from a mkt.

It was a great experience on the whole. Cooking ethnic food seems like it's entirely about getting the correct core flavors/spices, not approximating them. Armed with 'real' injera and berbere (a mix of spices https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Berbere), fresh nitir qibe (a spiced, dubiously spelled Ethiopian butter), and the advice of some Ethiopian immigrants, we ended up with a pretttty good meal that I wouldn't have been displeased to order in a restaurant. Something surreal about eating this type of food at home.

Made a doro wot (chicken stew) and misir wot (lentil stew, basically the same thing)

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Re: Deadkitty's 30 Hour Meals [food thread]

Postby wiggly--woo » Thu Jun 18, 2015 11:18 am

this was pretty tasty:

pork belly, thyme, savoy cabbage, sultanas, apple, calvados jus and potato gratin on the side (no vis)

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Re: Deadkitty's 30 Hour Meals [food thread]

Postby sknss » Thu Jun 18, 2015 11:47 am

come dine with me

fusilli with tomato sauce and smoked tofu
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indian burger
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chips
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tajine
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choco cake
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steamed bun with raw potato, carrot and mushroom
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seitan, tofu, chinese leaves
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chipotle
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salad combo from black cat cafe
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Re: Deadkitty's 30 Hour Meals [food thread]

Postby Ques » Thu Jun 18, 2015 10:49 pm

europe ets

mcroons so good i went bck twice

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then lunch t the wsbr in ntwerp

brie sndwich with nut i forget the nme of OH wlnut

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dinner with mgicmn t le bistro du peintre in pris

bone mrrow

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escrgot

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dinner with cre-friends in london LSO @ THE BLCK CT CFE!!

sld nd spnish pncke

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Re: Deadkitty's 30 Hour Meals [food thread]

Postby Dobwin » Tue Jun 23, 2015 3:12 pm

I need to get a new set of pots and pans. I've been looking at all-clad, but can't decide if it's worth the money.
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Re: Deadkitty's 30 Hour Meals [food thread]

Postby odradek » Wed Jun 24, 2015 12:33 am

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Re: Deadkitty's 30 Hour Meals [food thread]

Postby ptozzi » Wed Jun 24, 2015 1:54 pm

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Re: Deadkitty's 30 Hour Meals [food thread]

Postby deadkitty » Sun Jun 28, 2015 9:12 pm

you can also cop pans, etc from wholesale restaurant supply stores. reg stainless steel pans are way cheap and there's a million sizes and shapes to choose from so you can get exactly which ones you want

http://chefstoys.com/cookware-stainless ... 12_93.html

that being said I want those tramontina pans
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Re: Deadkitty's 30 Hour Meals [food thread]

Postby thecanadiancook » Fri Sep 04, 2015 5:01 pm

Still taking photos of the food I cook with a potato cellphone ben.

Ginger soy stir-fry and coconut rice with pickled cucumbers and roasted cashews.
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Grilled flatbreads. One with artichoke Parmesan spread with arugula. The other with hummus, feta, and balsamic reduction.
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Compressed watermelon salad, pickled watermelon rinds, feta, mint, radishes with a sherry, olive oil, jalapeno vinaigrette.
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Fresh fettucini noodles, Parmesan cream sauce, asparagus, artichokes, cracked black pepper, confit comoatoes, arugula.
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Re: Deadkitty's 30 Hour Meals [food thread]

Postby sknss » Sat Sep 05, 2015 5:13 am

What is compressed watermelon
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Re: Deadkitty's 30 Hour Meals [food thread]

Postby thecanadiancook » Sat Sep 05, 2015 11:29 am

sknss wrote:What is compressed watermelon


[youtube]PK8dsAeMmPk#t=1m05s[/youtube]

It is just a technique for modifying the texture of fruits to give it a denser bite. I was just playing around having fun with my vacuum sealer. http://remcooks.com/2012/08/25/faux-steak-tartare-compressed-watermelon-with-mango-yolk/
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Re: Deadkitty's 30 Hour Meals [food thread]

Postby ramseames » Mon Sep 07, 2015 4:10 am

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$5 worth of mini donuts vs $5 jelly donut
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Breakfast burger
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Re: Deadkitty's 30 Hour Meals [food thread]

Postby g2x222 » Mon Sep 07, 2015 8:03 am

do you know what would've made that burger better?



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doughnuts


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Re: Deadkitty's 30 Hour Meals [food thread]

Postby Cowboy » Mon Sep 07, 2015 10:27 am

We have this burger place down here that is so incredibly strange that it actually does honeybun burgers

I highly suggest this read for the reasons that A. I've never seen someone this passionate about burgers and B. It describes the place pretty well with pics and such

https://bruceburgers.wordpress.com/2013 ... ypress-tx/

In fact that picture is potentially a promo from our place but I'm not so sure
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Re: Deadkitty's 30 Hour Meals [food thread]

Postby eli7 » Wed Sep 09, 2015 4:00 pm

here's an ace thing i make all the time and eat days on end for lunch. its like tabouli but made with farro and can easily be adapted to be vegan too!

2.5 cups cooked and cooled pearled farro
3-4 Persian cucumbers, small cubes
3/4 of a pint of grape tomatoes, halved
hunk of feta, cubed (Bulgarian sheeps milk is great)
big ol handful of parsley and mint, small chopped
heaping handful of purslane/sunflower greens or some other succulent greens

vinaigrette
2 squeezed lemons
Bunch of Olive oil
Zest of a lemon
Tbsp apple cider vinegar
Spoon of honey
Salt, pepper, sumac, cumin

Mix everything together with the dressing and then add sunflower greens and toss for optimal goodness.

here's a terrible photo

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Re: Deadkitty's 30 Hour Meals [food thread]

Postby sknss » Thu Sep 10, 2015 3:21 pm

Hey @eli7, i wanted to make this recipe but i didn't have any pearl farro so i used a piece of bread, i didn't have any persian cucumbers so i ignored them, i had grape tomatoes tho. I don't think bulgarian sheep milk feta is necessary so i left it out. I didn't have parsley nor mint so i used basil.
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Re: Deadkitty's 30 Hour Meals [food thread]

Postby Vaeltaja » Fri Sep 11, 2015 3:29 pm

Visual recipe guide for some Asian flavored/Asian inspired beef& shrimp meatball soup. Seemed to go over relatively well with /r/ketorecipes and it tastes really nice :woop:

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Re: Deadkitty's 30 Hour Meals [food thread]

Postby sknss » Sun Sep 13, 2015 7:02 am

pasta alla genovese (with pesto, potatoes and green beans)
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lemon and olive tagine
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and now, the summer of tofu

fried polenta, fried salt and pepper tofu (fantastic), roasted tom and broc
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scrambled tofu with spinach and lemon (delicious)
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berlin tofu burgers:

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(not great)

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(alright)

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AMAZ!! tastiest thing i've eaten this summer. made with artisanal smoked tofu made in berlin.
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Re: Deadkitty's 30 Hour Meals [food thread]

Postby asianfuntime » Sun Sep 13, 2015 5:34 pm

from the last time I was in NYC

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Petit Abeille - pretty stupid I got a ciabatta sandwich at a belgian restaurant, but mocha was good 7/10

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Vanessa's Dumplings - shrimp was lackluster, but everything else there was good, especially the sesame pancakes filled with duck 7.5/10

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Karaage Restaurant in Bryant Park - very good 9/10

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I don't remember the name - it was pretty interesting since they opted for pineapple on the pork taco, and the pineapple soda was good. fish taco was soggy. 6/10

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Manhattan Bagels - line was super long and seating was limited, but luckily someone left right as I looked for one. it was okay, idk what makes a good bagel good. iced coffee was bland 5/10

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I don't remember the name - somewhere near the Washington Square park. was pretty good, although the fish sauce didn't have much flavor added to it besides just the fish sauce 6.5/10

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Canton Lounge or something - best fried rice I ever had 9/10

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Benito One - best restaurant I went to, and best lunch I ever had. gnocchi with a cheese/butter/garlic sauce 10/10

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Del Frisco's - best steak I ever had 9/10


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Re: Deadkitty's 30 Hour Meals [food thread]

Postby straysheep » Sun Sep 13, 2015 10:16 pm

Bought a hunk of pork shoulder earlier and decided to do a chinese version of carnitas late last night. Turned out pretty well actually, honestly can't remember exactly what/how much I put in, but it was some combination of five spice, star anise, korean (?) chilis, ginger, garlic, etc. The usual suspects + the leftover liquid from the last time I made chashu.

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I just threw it on a slab of rice with the bottom crisped up on a pan. Didn't wanna fry both sides cause I liked the crunchy-soft-crunchy textures with the rice and pork but it didn't have enough structural integrity to be finger food :( Tasted pretty good though. Anyone got any other ideas? Still have plenty of it left to experiment with lol
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Re: food

Postby can- » Wed Sep 16, 2015 10:06 pm

the best food in the world is either chinese or spanish
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Re: Belly rubs [food thread]

Postby alby » Thu Oct 01, 2015 8:10 pm

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deep fried advocado and black bean tacos on corn tortilla

toppings included onions, tomatoes, cilantro, lime juice, and pickled jalapenos/soranos

very satisfying to make your own food

also drinking my home brewed all grain + honey beer
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Re: Belly rubs [food thread]

Postby vgtbls » Fri Oct 02, 2015 8:54 am

That reminds me of the sad anime dinners
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Re: Belly rubs [food thread]

Postby ramseames » Sat Oct 03, 2015 1:48 am



crappy pics of (not every course of) the kaisen tasting menu at Miku
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Re: Belly rubs [food thread]

Postby thecanadiancook » Wed Oct 07, 2015 12:04 am

Slightly less blurry photos of what I have been up to in the kitchen.

Red velvet cake baked Alaska
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Reese's pieces ice cream
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Mexican squash stew and corn muffins
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Thai green curry with jasmine rice, roasted pineapple, and toasted cashews
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Finally I made and bottled Pumpkin Juice based off the Harry Potter franchise. Ya cause I am a nerd like that. It actually is a delicious fall beverage.
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Re: Belly rubs [food thread]

Postby sknss » Fri Oct 09, 2015 1:25 pm

started watching bakeoff and then our landlord gave us like 10kg of pears so this happened

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classic pear tart in the background and a pear frangipane tart with foraged raspberries (delicious recipe here)

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pear tart tatin (used this recipe with veg butter)

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peach plum pear tart and chocolate frangipane

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ginger pear tart adapted from this recipe

it was a good week
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Re: Belly rubs [food thread]

Postby shar pei » Fri Oct 09, 2015 4:20 pm

some stuff i ate recently

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$25 sashimi platter (phone order on wednesdays only) @ joong boo market chicago

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"sumo" ramen @ ramen-san chicago

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some grilled fish on lentil at terzo piano @ the art institute of chicago

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homemade curry rice! (shabu cut beef and smoked berkshire pork sausage with mozz on the side)

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homemade katsu sandwich! (with curry and grilled corn and pickled shredded cabbage on the side)
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