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Post by monkeybilla » 29 Oct 2007 17:45

i could make mac and cheese quesidillas and really good chicken cutlets.
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Post by Tsiangkun » 30 Oct 2007 11:17

vegetarian ravioli with carrot relish and browned butter sauce
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Post by HG » 30 Oct 2007 17:19

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Post by xXLoss_of_ControlXx » 02 Nov 2007 15:29

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Burgers w/mango, smoked swiss, and sharp provolone plus other ingredients.
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Post by Tsiangkun » 07 Jan 2008 15:35

It's been soup weather here in California . . . so I've been making soups.

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legume soup with pasta

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Vegetable soup in spicy hot tomato broth, sour dough croutons.

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Beef and Barley soup

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Post by snafu1322 » 07 Jan 2008 17:07

Tsiangkun by any chance did you go to culinary school?
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Post by Tsiangkun » 07 Jan 2008 20:08

Nope, but I go out to eat a lot and watch iron chef.

I used to eat fast food a couple of times a day, and since I was active I stayed thin. Turns out cholesterol still builds up, and blood pressure still increases. My doctor told me I should try to cut back on fast food, and that got me to start cooking at home.

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Post by snafu1322 » 07 Jan 2008 23:05

Your stuff looks pro man. If you opened a restaurant i would eat there in a heart beat.


Now I am super hungry....
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Post by max » 08 Jan 2008 08:41

Those ravioli (s?) look delicious...
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Post by Tsiangkun » 14 Jan 2008 10:30

snafu1322 wrote:Your stuff looks pro man. If you opened a restaurant i would eat there in a heart beat.
I'm working with my lady friend towards opening an underground restaurant in March. The plan is to throw a fixed price, family style vegetarian dinner once a month, starting with people we know.

I'm hoping I can attract local artists to put works on display, and thus bill it as an "art show" with "free food". . . or some such thing to avoid the legal issues of running a restaurant.

I kinda want to see what people think of my food before I start looking at taking out loans to get a taco truck or take out restaurant.

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Post by james_dean » 15 Jan 2008 04:00

that is beyond awesome

did you just cook that in a normal oven? ooh, my friend has a woodfire pizza oven I think... ooooh....
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Post by Tsiangkun » 15 Jan 2008 08:24

Yeah, just a normal electric oven.

I preheat the pan to 500F, then install the crust.
Bake the crust for 3 minutes, and then add the toppings, and sauce.
bake for 5-7 minutes, then add the cheese.
Bake until it looks good enough to eat.

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Post by crazylegs32 » 17 Jan 2008 00:23

I think electric ovens stink but ive been stuck with one for years. Tonight I had a huge porterhouse but I wast that hungry so I cut off the fillet mignon part and did my new techniqe. It totally goes against my grandmas advice. But you can totally cover the meat in kosher salt, leave it sit 20 mins to do it biz and then wash it off under water and dry the steak on towels. This draws out the water (not Juices) and breaks down the meat real so the steak is super tender. I tried this after a few crappy cuts from the supermarket and it works great. I topped it with some sauteed dry onion, red pepper, and garlic. With Twice fried french fries, and some sour cream and cheddar macaroni.
Fortunately I dont have those high blood pressure issues, havent had a cholesterol check though.

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Post by wolfpac444 » 17 Jan 2008 00:47

I'd be down for some veg food. I'm living in Berkeley now so I'm right next door.
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Post by BenRea » 17 Jan 2008 06:26

Wow, I wish i could have cooking lessons with you Tsiangkun.
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Post by Tsiangkun » 17 Jan 2008 17:22

wolfpac444 wrote:I'd be down for some veg food. I'm living in Berkeley now so I'm right next door.
Awesome, I'll let you know when I am having friends over for dinner.

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Post by balancebagger88 » 18 Jan 2008 10:18

I love making peanut butter/chocolate brownies :D :D :D :D
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Post by Wasabi » 19 Jan 2008 16:36

Curry! CURRY! I love curry. :)
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Post by silverhaze303 » 22 Jan 2008 13:01

i really like to bbq and smoke alot, i make some bomb smoked salsas and also make smoke dried chile peppers

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Post by Tsiangkun » 25 Jan 2008 12:36

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Vegetarian "Burger" with lettuce, red bell pepper, and goat cheese on dutch crunch with fries.

"Burger" is my own blend of
  • black beluga lentils
    azuki beans
    anasazi beans
    mushrooms
    textured soy protein
    mixed cracked grains
    amaranth
    millet
    almond remains from making nut milk
    ground pecans
    chicken egg
    onions
    celery
    garlic
    leeks
    red fresno chili

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