I am eating this sandwich right now

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  1. Vitali

    Vitali Dalayan Master

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    Stop shitting up this fine thread! *pun intended*
     
  2. fuwok

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    Yesterday I steamed some fish in foil and made french onion soup.

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    i just ate a gigantic chipotle burrito and i feel huge
     
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    holy fuck fuwok i had to log in and make a post virtually sucking your dick for the tremendous job you did on those steaks and skewers.
     
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    Ok guys I grilled some fish.

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    album here http://imgur.com/a/ibrEU

    Miso marinated cod grilled with bok choy and mushrooms and served over madagascar pink rice.
     
  10. RobbyBenson24

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    Nicely done on the fish. looks perfectly cooked.
     
  11. fuwok

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    Thanks, it came out great in my opinion of my fish cook.
     
  12. fuwok

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    It has been a while since I posted something.

    Last night I made mussels and fries. IMPORTANT VIDEO http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SPKeAPL8WsU

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    I used 3 liters of vegetable oil. *Your mileage may vary.

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    You have to put way more salt than you think or this will not taste right.

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    Sriracha/Sambal Mayo with scallions and some fish sauce

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    Forgive the blurriness, steam from the mussels was messing with my camera.

    As far as recipes go, I went mostly from past experience. I'll post a couple links to get you off the ground though.
    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/emeril-lagasse/moules-mariniere-recipe/index.html
    Added about a half cup of Pernod (an anise flavored liqueur) and 28oz diced tomato (used canned) to what basically was that recipe. I used dried thyme because it was what I had, and left out the tarragon in favor of using Pernod.
    For the french fries, I did a cold fry technique similar to the one outlined here: http://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/slow-fried-french-fries I didn't rinse the fries beforehand. This probably makes some difference, but I really couldn't tell in the final product. I was concerned about the potential for incompletely drying them and having water exploding in the oil. One time, a friend of mine threw a bunch of water into some oil that I was using to fry shrimp. That burned the shit out of me.
    This style of frying takes forever, but did produce good fries. I decided to try this method because I did once, in my youth, have a pretty big frying fire while making chicken wings and I am still kind of traumatized. That and because I have no fry thermometer right now.
     
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    sorry to thread necro but i just had to come back through and jerk it to fuwok's glorious sandwiches. man knows how to eat, respect.
     
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    I'm gonna find/make myself a great sandwich tmw and post.
     
  15. Chiifin666

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    steak ? soup ? ok so it looks like it's fair game now!! time to upload some pics... you- the king* of steak ? nahhh no way jose
     
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    Homemade deep dish pizza in the CROCKPOT!! Walmart sells the dough in a thin red tube, like cinnabon's.. I also didn't use enough oil

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  17. Chiifin666

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    BuffyCups !! Came from BarbiCups- usually beef with brown sugar and BBQ inside a flattened biscuit placed in a cupcake dish. this time i used shredded chicken and buffalo sauce. perfect for throwing in a ziploc bag for lunch the next day (stoner food no doubt)


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  18. Chiifin666

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    LOADED Po Tay TOES!!!! <3 I went light on the cheese

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  19. Chiifin666

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    "7 kinds of awesome chicken" my friend came up with this one. It's so0O yummy!!

    Chicken butterflied with pieces of esparigus rolled up in bacon. Topped with a few onions to help keep the chicken from being dry then smothered in homemade alfredo sauce (not shown)
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  20. Chiifin666

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    Brisket !! The most succulent meat you'll ever encounter- if cooked properly. This is a ghetto way to smoke it, but it worked, obviously not nearly as well as a traditional smoker. Think this cooked for like 6+ hours?? Did this last year


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