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Old 12-03-2008, 01:26 AM   #61
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Bwahahahaha at coco's hot dogs.
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Old 12-03-2008, 01:37 AM   #62
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Bwahahahaha at coco's sausage.
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Old 12-03-2008, 01:49 AM   #63
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i wondered if someone else was doing to pick up on the double entendre there
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Old 12-03-2008, 02:44 AM   #64
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seemingly...next time...with a thin T-bone...sear it on both sides...and put it on a plate.

I know. I want my steaks bloody. Damn cook.
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Old 12-03-2008, 12:37 PM   #65
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by searing I mean...put the pan or grill up real hot...and just let it cook real quickly...and then flip...basically 2 minutes on each side.
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Old 12-03-2008, 12:56 PM   #66
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by searing I mean...put the pan or grill up real hot...and just let it cook real quickly...and then flip...basically 2 minutes on each side.
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Old 12-03-2008, 06:51 PM   #68
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It was over done.
This makes me sad... I know you've seen my steak thread...
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by searing I mean...put the pan or grill up real hot...and just let it cook real quickly...and then flip...basically 2 minutes on each side.
Less than that. With something that thin, no more than 30 seconds per side.
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Old 12-04-2008, 01:42 PM   #69
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Look at that subtle jet-black coloring. The tasteful thickness of it. Oh my God, it even has a 6mt.
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With the Carpaccio, you are probably gonna be limited to restaurants for that. But if you get the correct meat, that's fresh, sliced super thin, etc... It's just thinly sliced raw beef, drizzle olive oil over it, sprinkle arugula on top, shave some parmesan over the top, add salt, fresh ground pepper, and lemon juice to taste.

For the salmon dinner, just get japanese style rice, cook in rice cooker. The topping is Ochazuke Wakame, which is just salty bits of seaweed and rice cracker. Cut broccoli and cauliflower into bite size pieces, steam until soft, or if you are lazy, microwave. For the Salmon heat up a cast iron griddle, I sprayed a little canola oil on, then dropped the salmon filet on it. Once cooked a little, I'd flip it over let it cook a little, then flip it again let it cook a little, then flip it one last time. This extra flipping is how I got the cross-hatch grill lines and cooked it all the way through. As for the teriyaki sauce, I gotta get the recipe from my mom.

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Old 12-07-2008, 01:57 AM   #71
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My dinner tonight



Beef and Chicken Koobideh (ground meat) with nice fluffy basmati rice.



On the left is Hummus which is simply ground chick peas, oil, and various spices.

On the right is Maast-o Khiar which is made of yogurt, mint, diced cucumbers, and currents (raisins basically). You dip the meat into this.


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^^^ I want. I gotta stop looking at this thread late at night, I always get the munchies.
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I'm sorry!!!
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A quick favorite of mine, donburi. I usually use japanese rice but had some leftover brown rice in the fridge so I put this in a bowl, microwaved 1 minute, cracked an egg on top, microwaved another minute, liberal amounts of soy sauce, and garnished with nori (dried toasted seaweed). Yummy, filling and takes 2 minutes to make.
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^ You eat essentially raw egg??
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^ You eat essentially raw egg??
Are you high? Ever hear of having your eggs "sunny side up"? It's cooked the same amount.

Seriously, are there any americans out there who like eggs cooked any way other than scrambled?
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Wasn't too sure about about it being sunny-sided in 1 minute in a microwave. And chill the fvck out.
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AFAIK the reason raw eggs are dangerous is b/c of salmonella. but if you can get local, healthy, natural, organic eggs, go for it. i love a sunny-side-up egg on rice.

eating runny eggs in a restaurant makes me very nervous though.
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Are you high? Ever hear of having your eggs "sunny side up"? It's cooked the same amount.

Seriously, are there any americans out there who like eggs cooked any way other than scrambled?
ya but miles......... when you order an egg sunny side up, it isn't cooked as well as scramble or "over easy"
that yolk gets lukewarm, which is not "cooked" and the top part of the egg is still liquid, which is barely cooked

so no... it isn't raw, but at the same time thats like saying a steak cooked med rare is cooked all the way, which is not true one bit


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Are you high? Ever hear of having your eggs "sunny side up"? It's cooked the same amount.

Seriously, are there any americans out there who like eggs cooked any way other than scrambled?
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Wasn't too sure about about it being sunny-sided in 1 minute in a microwave. And chill the fvck out.
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Personally I don't like eggs anything other than scrambled mostly due to the texture and flavor. I even have my own chickens and fresh eggs daily so it's not a matter of salmonella for me
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