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Outside the Brown Bag - Taking my Kitchen Toys to Work


Kerry Beal
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hyderabadi curry from a Indian kitchen mix from a few weeks ago - took a long time to eat due to the burn!  FECF0AA1-0C49-4CD1-833B-3DC007F76C79.thumb.jpeg.7d81b9228b2f3b0a48829f315776c815.jpeg

 

later that same day made fries with beef fat I had rendered - double fried 

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12 hours ago, Kerry Beal said:

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hyderabadi curry from a Indian kitchen mix from a few weeks ago - took a long time to eat due to the burn!  FECF0AA1-0C49-4CD1-833B-3DC007F76C79.thumb.jpeg.7d81b9228b2f3b0a48829f315776c815.jpeg

 

later that same day made fries with beef fat I had rendered - double fried 

 

I fervently hope by "burn" you mean capsaicin and not some tragic eventuality involving rendered fat.  Yesterday afternoon I sampled a pickled Chinese pepper that cleared out my nose.

 

Cooking is cool.  And kitchen gear is even cooler.  -- Chad Ward

 

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Headed out this am with plans to stop at the market for green beans and Sobey's for ground pork. Plan to make Fuchia Dunlop's dry fried green beans. Forgot to take the pickled mustard with me, so in discussion with @Anna N decided to get some full sour pickles as I figured the brined but not dilled pickles would be as close to the Sichuanese ya cai or Tianjin preserved vegetable called for in the recipe. It's a little out of balance in the pork line - but quite delicious. 

 

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The housekeeper who was in to change the bedding and clean the call room, enjoyed her bowl as well.

 

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On 8/31/2019 at 1:11 PM, Kerry Beal said:

The housekeeper who was in to change the bedding and clean the call room, enjoyed her bowl as well.

 

As we all know, the most important people to feed and otherwise make happy are the custodians and secretaries, as they're the ones who make things happen for you.

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4 hours ago, MelissaH said:

As we all know, the most important people to feed and otherwise make happy are the custodians and secretaries, as they're the ones who make things happen for you.

Ain't THAT  the truth!!!

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Nothing is better than frying in lard.

Nothing.  Do not quote me on this.

 

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My drive into work this morning.

 

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When I was down visiting @patris on Thursday I picked up some Bread Cheese at Trader Jo's. My first experience with it. I think I'm a fan. Fried up in a little butter with some shredded mango chutney. 

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Asked the butcher to cut me some sirloin cap and not trim it within an inch of it's life! So quick fry up on the induction and it's was perfect for lunch.

 

 

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