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    Heh. Two handed toss. Heh.

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    I really didn’t expect so much discussion over stir fry.

    But I highly recommend the two hand toss, it’s a real pleaser.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meadow Skipper View Post
    I really didnít expect so much discussion over stir fry.

    But I highly recommend the two hand toss, itís a real pleaser.
    Whatís your sesame to veggie oil ratio?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jong Lafitte View Post
    Whatís your sesame to veggie oil ratio?
    How do you mean?

    Sesame oil goes on the stir fry *after* cooking. I generally use safflower oil to cook stir fry because of its very high smoke temp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skaredshtles View Post
    How do you mean?

    Sesame oil goes on the stir fry *after* cooking. I generally use safflower oil to cook stir fry because of its very high smoke temp.
    This.

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    Imma get me one of those ts8000 torches for woking
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    Watcha cookin'?

    Quote Originally Posted by riser3 View Post
    Heh. Two handed toss. Heh.
    Thatís my method, otherwise too hard to control

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    Chicken and rice
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    Brandine: Now Cletus, if I catch you with pig lipstick on your collar one more time you ain't gonna be allowed to sleep in the barn no more!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MakersTeleMark View Post
    yes yes

    Kimchi dogs are one of the best things I've ever had.

    A little spicy asian mustard, then top that thing with the chi.
    here maybe this will make you happy - forgot about this one in the fridge

    jalapeŮo and onion kraut

    I donít really like hot dogs but I do like a good sausage on a bun with this and spicy brown mustard



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    today I made some shrimp ceviche with lime juice, onion, garlic, jalapeŮo, mango and cilantro

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    It's a personal thing , but when I don't have anything in the crock fermenting, I feel empty, gone, and useless. Like I left a log on the fire and didn't enjoy its warmth.

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    Watcha cookin'?

    I keep a dozen jars going




    thanks
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    The bromance is real, as much as it may be fermenting.

    I forgot to add. I threw in prolly 2 tbls of aji amarillo. Shit's hard to get, but worth it. Next level vibe.
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    FOS before deglazing
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    Sourdough rolls with sweet almond filling...

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    Quote Originally Posted by isisis View Post
    Sourdough rolls with sweet almond filling...

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    And that, like all baked goods is my Kryptonite. Sweet Baby Jesus do thos look great!

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    Hell yeah.

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    Quesabirria tacos (per the NYT recipe and the Kenji YouTube video). Strong recommend

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    Delish! Around here they're always made with shredded goat. Guessing nyt subbed in some beef tho...
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    Damn those look good! Thereís a local taco truck that does those Iíve been frequenting very regularly lately.

    Homemade noodles for chicken noodle soup last night

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cruiser View Post
    Delish! Around here they're always made with shredded goat. Guessing nyt subbed in some beef tho...
    Yeah, my understanding is that OG birria is goat, but maybe that would scare the NYT readership. Plus beef is more readily available at the Lakehood Whole Foods

    Notes for the future
    - Put more sauce than I thought would be needed inside (rather than as a dipping sauce)
    - Half-cooked tortillas are a major upgrade over regular, and a time-saver vs full DIY. Iíve seen them at Costco on-and-off and at Whole Foods yesterday
    - More cheese and more salt, obvs

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