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post Aug 4 2014, 03:20 PM
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I'll bring the dessert!
Hazelnuts, white chocolate, raspberry eclairs
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Vanilla tart (made from three differents vanilla pods - Mexico, Madagascar and Tahiti). This is MAD!

Both look equally delicious! My dessert repertoire consists of flan, cheesecake, cannoli (my favorite and something I started making with my great grandmother when I was three), and that's about it other than the usual standard pies and such. I usually request someone brings dessert, so that works out perfectly! More pics please. post-5-1301012070.gif
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Where do I sign up?

This would be a lot easier if there weren't so many time zones separating everyone. eusa_think.gif
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F*ck this thread...Now I'm hungry as hell! Too much goodness here eusa_dance.gif


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And when I speak to them, I feel that they buy into a world, not only into a product. So it’s also a lifestyle, an idea they see behind that. And they enjoy the car as something that is rewarding them for the hard work they’re doing, or a dream that came true after, say, saving for 20 years.
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post Aug 4 2014, 04:01 PM
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here's my favorite 3 minute meal:

Take a frying pan, turn heat to max. Put coarse sea salt on the pan, let the pan smoke just a bit. Toss piece of thin steak on top of salt. 2 minutes later as it starts to crisp, turn it for about 30 seconds. Warm up the sauce (if desired, can do it cold) and pour on top. Simple, delicious and quick. Even better when you wrap the whole thing in a crepe.

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Dessert I just had, bread pudding (store bought), raspberries, Lunds white truffle chocolate melted on top.


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post Aug 4 2014, 11:47 PM
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I was considering a trip to Oz, but now I'm afraid I would end up chained to that giant table in your kitchen. Do you promise you aren't an aspiring Bond villain? icon_mrgreen.gif


Aspiring? Nope icon_mrgreen.gif

Dude seriously, is there anything you can't cook? Now you are showing off with some Korean Cuisine post-5-1301012070.gif

I don't care where you live if I ever find myself in your neck of the woods I am breaking your door down you can do the same! icon_mrgreen.gif
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post Aug 5 2014, 05:46 AM
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Sunday dinner with wife and her cousin. Tomato, Mozz, basil and balsamic reduction. Grilled corn husk on. Fried Chicken. Grilled pork chops with grilled peaches.




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post Aug 5 2014, 06:59 AM
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QUOTE(Fortis @ Aug 4 2014, 11:47 PM) *
Aspiring? Nope icon_mrgreen.gif

Dude seriously, is there anything you can't cook? Now you are showing off with some Korean Cuisine post-5-1301012070.gif

I don't care where you live if I ever find myself in your neck of the woods I am breaking your door down you can do the same! icon_mrgreen.gif

I can say with certainty that the majority of Asian cuisine will always remain a mystery to me. While I may dabble occassionally, the sheer number of ingredients that are foreign to me along with the astounding number of regional dishes makes learning a truly lifelong task. Add Indian, Malay, Thai, Japanese, Mongolian, Chinese, etc., etc. and I am usually a complete amateur at best. I just try to not butcher things to the point that a native of the cuisine would be insulted.

The kicking down the door plan seems like a good one for you. You could easily accomplish that at my house. I on the other hand would probably end up in the hospital well before making even a slight dent in yours. lol.gif
QUOTE(carbotech Adam @ Aug 5 2014, 05:46 AM) *
Sunday dinner with wife and her cousin. Tomato, Mozz, basil and balsamic reduction. Grilled corn husk on. Fried Chicken. Grilled pork chops with grilled peaches.

Looks awesome! I love fried chicken, but then again, who doesn't?
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post Aug 5 2014, 08:12 AM
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QUOTE (Fortis @ Aug 4 2014, 05:55 PM) *
I LOVE vanilla!

Then you have to try it. Recipe is from Pierre Hermé, but the one pictured is my gf's. Many people (me included, a few months ago!) think that vanilla is... vanilla. No matter what, a vanilla pod will taste like vanilla. That's plain wrong, there are many differents vanillas and none of them taste the same. Now I can tell where the vanilla pod come from when I taste it eusa_dance.gif Here is a perfect mix of three of the best vanilla, the three combined flavors give an outstanding result. What you see is a tart, but what you get is Haute Pâtisserie. monkeyleft.gif

Look at the size of these pods monkeyleft.gif monkeyleft.gif monkeyleft.gif monkeyleft.gif monkeyleft.gif


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post Aug 5 2014, 08:15 AM
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QUOTE (Tommy @ Aug 5 2014, 05:12 PM) *
Then you have to try it. Recipe is from Pierre Hermé, but the one pictured is my gf's. Many people (me included, a few months ago!) think that vanilla is... vanilla. No matter what, a vanilla pod will taste like vanilla. That's plain wrong, there are many differents vanillas and none of them taste the same. Now I can tell where the vanilla pod come from when I taste it eusa_dance.gif Here is a perfect mix of three of the best vanilla, the three combined flavors give an outstanding result. What you see is a tart, but what you get is Haute Pâtisserie. monkeyleft.gif

Look at the size of these pods monkeyleft.gif monkeyleft.gif monkeyleft.gif monkeyleft.gif monkeyleft.gif



That brings back memories, my auntie brought some vanilla from Tahiti when I was little and I still remember the fruity pungent smell. We put it in our sugar jar and I use to love just opening it and smelling it.
Strange how a picture can bring back a memory from your youth.


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QUOTE (Tommy @ Aug 6 2014, 02:12 AM) *
Then you have to try it. Recipe is from Pierre Hermé, but the one pictured is my gf's. Many people (me included, a few months ago!) think that vanilla is... vanilla. No matter what, a vanilla pod will taste like vanilla. That's plain wrong, there are many differents vanillas and none of them taste the same. Now I can tell where the vanilla pod come from when I taste it eusa_dance.gif Here is a perfect mix of three of the best vanilla, the three combined flavors give an outstanding result. What you see is a tart, but what you get is Haute Pâtisserie. monkeyleft.gif

Look at the size of these pods monkeyleft.gif monkeyleft.gif monkeyleft.gif monkeyleft.gif monkeyleft.gif


Tommy I want to try it ! How can I do that? Do you ship internationally? icon_mrgreen.gif
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QUOTE (AudiBull @ Aug 6 2014, 12:59 AM) *
The kicking down the door plan seems like a good one for you. You could easily accomplish that at my house. I on the other hand would probably end up in the hospital well before making even a slight dent in yours. lol.gif


For you my friend my door is always open icon_thumleft.gif
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post Aug 5 2014, 03:39 PM
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QUOTE(Tommy @ Aug 5 2014, 08:12 AM) *
Then you have to try it. Recipe is from Pierre Hermé, but the one pictured is my gf's. Many people (me included, a few months ago!) think that vanilla is... vanilla. No matter what, a vanilla pod will taste like vanilla. That's plain wrong, there are many differents vanillas and none of them taste the same. Now I can tell where the vanilla pod come from when I taste it eusa_dance.gif Here is a perfect mix of three of the best vanilla, the three combined flavors give an outstanding result. What you see is a tart, but what you get is Haute Pâtisserie. monkeyleft.gif

Look at the size of these pods monkeyleft.gif monkeyleft.gif monkeyleft.gif monkeyleft.gif monkeyleft.gif

Amazing, I've never seen pods even close to that big. That would be enough vanilla to last me the next twenty years! Upon poking around a little I found that even Tahitian vanilla has several varieties with different characteristics. I had no clue.

"The "Grand Cru Tahaa®" Vanilla beans are fleshy and shorter, and gradually release a rich, fruity, smooth aromatic bouquet, featuring sublime floral notes."
"Grand Cru Raiatea®"offers long and fleshy vanilla beans and develops their delicious caramel and anise flavours in a remarkable, unctuous, sweet-smelling mixture."
"Grand Cru Bora-Bora®" releases the accents of a rich, tropical volcanic earth, in a constant mixture of the pleasant and gentle scents of prunes, vanilla, liquorice and chocolate."
I'm going to have to order some at some point so I can figure out the difference. I've always just used the short little beans that are available everywhere.
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Ok, need details. Looks like salmon with red cabbage slaw on a pumpernickel and sunflower seed bun.

I am usually a very meat centric type of guy, but when it's the peak of veggie season I try to take advantage. I make gazpacho once or twice a year and today was one of the times. For the green half I used bush, lemon, and gherkin cucumbers along with a few green tomato varieties, Thai and Italian basil, green bell pepper, jalapeno, along with champagne vinegar, olive oil, salt, pepper, and some sourdough bread.
In case you are wondering this is a bush cucumber.

Lemon cucumber.

For the red/orange half I used roasted red peppers, ripe red, purple, and yellow tomatoes, yellow bell peppers, balsamic, olive oil, bread, salt and pepper.
Garnished with kale chips, parmesan, quail egg, bacon, balsamic, olive oil, and sliced tomato and bush cucumber. It was very good, ate two full bowls.
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QUOTE (Fortis @ Aug 5 2014, 06:07 PM) *
Tommy I want to try it ! How can I do that? Do you ship internationally? icon_mrgreen.gif

Nearest location from you would probably be Japan!

QUOTE (AudiBull @ Aug 5 2014, 08:39 PM) *
Amazing, I've never seen pods even close to that big. That would be enough vanilla to last me the next twenty years! Upon poking around a little I found that even Tahitian vanilla has several varieties with different characteristics. I had no clue.

"The "Grand Cru Tahaa®" Vanilla beans are fleshy and shorter, and gradually release a rich, fruity, smooth aromatic bouquet, featuring sublime floral notes."
"Grand Cru Raiatea®"offers long and fleshy vanilla beans and develops their delicious caramel and anise flavours in a remarkable, unctuous, sweet-smelling mixture."
"Grand Cru Bora-Bora®" releases the accents of a rich, tropical volcanic earth, in a constant mixture of the pleasant and gentle scents of prunes, vanilla, liquorice and chocolate."
I'm going to have to order some at some point so I can figure out the difference. I've always just used the short little beans that are available everywhere.

I don't know what kind of vanilla is available in the US. Bourbon from Madagascar? Indonesia? You should also check the vanilla from the Vanuatu, it's good stuff! http://www.venuivanilla.com/flex/vanilla/48/1 headbang.gif

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Ok, need details. Looks like salmon with red cabbage slaw on a pumpernickel and sunflower seed bun.

It's homemade buns with squid ink and sesame seeds. It's beef (from Thailand, so don't expect Certified Angus!), with parsley, garlic, onion, balsamic vinegar, red cabbage, red lettuce, emmental cheese, grain mustard, double cream, ketchup and olive oil!

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I am usually a very meat centric type of guy, but when it's the peak of veggie season I try to take advantage. I make gazpacho once or twice a year and today was one of the times. For the green half I used bush, lemon, and gherkin cucumbers along with a few green tomato varieties, Thai and Italian basil, green bell pepper, jalapeno, along with champagne vinegar, olive oil, salt, pepper, and some sourdough bread.

Love gazpacho! Ever tried a green one? This is one my gf made a few months ago



Cucumber, zucchini, kiwi, fresh mint, green pepper, spring onion, Xérès vinegar, olive oil and scampi. Fresh and delicious!


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QUOTE(Tommy @ Aug 6 2014, 03:35 AM) *
It's homemade buns with squid ink and sesame seeds. It's beef (from Thailand, so don't expect Certified Angus!), with parsley, garlic, onion, balsamic vinegar, red cabbage, red lettuce, emmental cheese, grain mustard, double cream, ketchup and olive oil!

Love gazpacho! Ever tried a green one? This is one my gf made a few months ago



Cucumber, zucchini, kiwi, fresh mint, green pepper, spring onion, Xérès vinegar, olive oil and scampi. Fresh and delicious!

Burger sounds good! I've tried a couple green gazpacho, but the kiwi and zucchini in that one sound intriguing. I'll have to try it sometime.

One of my favorite easy meals or party apps is ceviche or poke' served with fresh fruit on top of homemade quac and eaten with tortilla chips. This was scallop and ahi with mango and kiwi.

I need to work on my photo skills! I have a nice camera but always take the lazy route and use my phone. Your pics with the nice background and proper lighting look awesome.

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QUOTE (Tommy @ Aug 6 2014, 09:35 PM) *
Nearest location from you would probably be Japan!



I will try it when i go there next, your photos make me hungry!! icon_mrgreen.gif
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Quick poll.

Would you rather have rice or chips aka fries as a side?

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QUOTE (capt_chaos @ Aug 7 2014, 10:14 AM) *
Quick poll.

Would you rather have rice or chips aka fries as a side?

Ignoring super healthy clean eat freaks opinion on this

9 times out of 10 I get the potato side(Fries, Hash Browns, Mashed, chips, etc.).


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QUOTE (HannibalACP82 @ Aug 7 2014, 08:54 AM) *
Killing it as always!

Dinner is December 7th when the Bengals host the Steelers. wink.gif


You going to that game? Ill 95% chance be down there as I go with buddies and customers to damn near every one and tailgate in lot 1
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