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Old 05-19-2011, 05:37 AM   #21
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A nice and easy chili?
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Old 05-19-2011, 02:10 PM   #22
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Hope you don't mind Russo.
That pretty much sums up why I don't post that much...
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Old 05-19-2011, 08:47 PM   #23
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Old 05-19-2011, 10:58 PM   #24
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Of course not man... there are many ways to cook a great steak

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That pretty much sums up why I don't post that much...
Maybe i'm misunderstanding you.. ?? You don't post much because you think I would mind?


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Old 05-19-2011, 11:16 PM   #25
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Thanks man the salmon turned out awesome. Next time i'll remember to take pictures before i eat it all
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Old 05-20-2011, 09:02 AM   #26
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Russo, I've heard of people using chocolate in chili, any suggestions? Its straight up chocolate, not a mole', but chocolate!
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K how about a nice vegetable carpaccio. Maybe with squash or zucchini or something of the like?
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do you like sea food ?
raw sea food?
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K how about a nice vegetable carpaccio. Maybe with squash or zucchini or something of the like?
I have never made it carpaccio style, but I have made a cucumber string salad before using a little rice vinegar, ginger, and a tiny soy sauce..... fvcking delish.... I'm sure you could do something like that if you have a mandalin.... the only thing is you can't pound out veggies like you do beef....



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Old 09-18-2011, 08:45 AM   #30
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You are kidding right? Lol... raw oysters and littlenecks are my favorite food hands down

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I know that you guys only trust Russo about food, since anyone else is obviously a moron, but I gotta ask...

Carpaccio: is a dish of raw meat or fish (such as beef, veal, venison, salmon or tuna), thinly sliced or pounded thin and served as an appetizer.

Get a good piece of salmon, tuna, or tenderloin, small too, you don't need a lot for a carpaccio. If you wanna get impressive get the loin and some tuna. You can do a surf and turf with a capaccio and a taratare.

Also, if you actually are interested in carpaccio, spend the ~$10and get a good hammer. You can probably youtube the proper technique too.

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I know that you guys only trust Russo about food, since anyone else is obviously a moron, but I gotta ask...

Carpaccio: is a dish of raw meat or fish (such as beef, veal, venison, salmon or tuna), thinly sliced or pounded thin and served as an appetizer.

Get a good piece of salmon, tuna, or tenderloin, small too, you don't need a lot for a carpaccio. If you wanna get impressive get the loin and some tuna. You can do a surf and turf with a capaccio and a taratare.

Also, if you actually are interested in carpaccio, spend the ~$10and get a good hammer. You can probably youtube the proper technique too.
Vegetarian caraccios are not uncommon

I understand the original concept but there are variations
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Got any good ones for a "gourmet" mac and cheese? What about a potato salad recipe?
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I have never made it carpaccio style, but I have made a cucumber string salad before using a little rice vinegar, ginger, and a tiny soy sauce..... fvcking delish.... I'm sure you could do something like that if you have a mandalin.... the only thing is you can't pound out veggies like you do beef....



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If you want to make your cucumber salad more like the sunomono, spread the cucumber out on a baking tray and sprinkle it with 1-4 tsp of salt. Wait 20 minutes, then rinse the salt off really well (a salad spinner makes this process easy. The salt will draw out some of the cucumber water and make the cucumber a little more noodle-like.
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What's a good recipe for gyro meat? And not the gelatinous meatball/loaf stuff you get in the states, but the awesome seasoned slices you get in Greece.

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From what I have seen it's not that hard to actually do, it just takes a long time for both prep and to cook it. You are talking about the one where they basically just have layers and layers of meat, right?
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If you want to make your cucumber salad more like the sunomono, spread the cucumber out on a baking tray and sprinkle it with 1-4 tsp of salt. Wait 20 minutes, then rinse the salt off really well (a salad spinner makes this process easy. The salt will draw out some of the cucumber water and make the cucumber a little more noodle-like.
thanks... cut the cucumber into the "noodles" first, or like 1/8 inch slices...
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