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JoNorvelleWalker

Dinner 2020

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58 minutes ago, Dante said:

Tonight;s dinner: mango and veggie curry over rice mai fun noodles.

 

 

Green or ripe mango?

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Oden in the A4Box.

 

 

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With neri-karashi.  Yes it was hot...maybe too hot.  But that's what the sake's for.

 

 

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After a long 8 mile walk along the beach before sunset  I was in the mood for seafood.  The fish is snapper 

 

 

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@JoNorvelleWalker  --  I'm just beginning my exploration of this type of cooking/  tell me a bit of the prep, if you would.

 

Paul


Its good to have Morels

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@Robenco15 

 

Ive never seen a Croque Madame 

 

in your style.  looks delicious and Ill file your technique 

 

away for the future.

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7 hours ago, JoNorvelleWalker said:

Oden01212020.png

 

Oden in the A4Box.

 

 

Dinner01212020.png

 

With neri-karashi.  Yes it was hot...maybe too hot.  But that's what the sake's for.

 

 

Very nice !

 

What the shriveled brown balls ?

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2 hours ago, liuzhou said:

Broccoli Romanesco -

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Hard to deny how beautiful it looks when plated!

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Interesting how aesthetics differ :

 

for me , this sort of broccoli reminds me of some sort of

 

green malignant metastatic tumor .

 

right their on the surface of what might have been a pretty tasty 

 

bit of broccoli.

 

just saying.

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Matar paneer, chicken tikka curry with yogurt-mint raita, naan and maharajah rice.  I made the paneer in the morning and got the chicken into the marinade, then my sister came over and finished preparing dinner for us while my husband and I travelled to the hospital my father in law is at to attend the final directives family meeting with his medical team.  I was glad to have this warm and spicy dinner waiting when we got home.

 

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1 hour ago, Duvel said:

Very nice !

 

What the shriveled brown balls ?

 

Thanks.  Depending on which shriveled brown balls, they're eggs (74C, 40 minutes) or meatballs.

 

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Just now, JoNorvelleWalker said:

 

Thanks.  Depending on which shriveled brown balls, they're eggs (74C, 40 minutes) or meatballs.

 


Meatballs it is ... Tsukune (chicken) ?

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4 hours ago, Paul Bacino said:

@JoNorvelleWalker  --  I'm just beginning my exploration of this type of cooking/  tell me a bit of the prep, if you would.

 

Paul

 

Cook the eggs, Kenji method, 74C for 40 minutes.  Then kombu dashi according to Dave Arnold: 1 hour 65C.  Meanwhile cut the daikon, squash, and potato; then simmer with a drop lid till slightly tender.  Add vegetables to A4Box pan.  Rinse meatballs with vegetable water to remove any grease.  Add meatballs.  Combine dashi with leftover dashi from the refrigerator, mirin, shoyu, and stuff.  Peel and add eggs.  Simmer in A4Box about two hours.

 

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11 minutes ago, Duvel said:


Meatballs it is ... Tsukune (chicken) ?

 

Nope.  Shizuo Tsuji (or should that now be Tsuji Shizuo) says for oden pork and beef meatballs may be employed in place of fish products.

 

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4 minutes ago, JoNorvelleWalker said:

 

Cook the eggs, Kenji method, 74C for 40 minutes.  Then kombu dashi according to Dave Arnold: 1 hour 65C.  Meanwhile cut the daikon, squash, and potato; then simmer with a drop lid till slightly tender.  Add vegetables to A4Box pan.  Rinse meatballs with vegetable water to remove any grease.  Add meatballs.  Combine dashi with leftover dashi from the refrigerator, mirin, shoyu, and stuff.  Peel and add eggs.  Simmer in A4Box about two hours.

 

Was interested  in You dashi method--Thanks


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Just now, Paul Bacino said:

Was interested  in You dashi method--Thanks

 

15 g kombu per liter, per Dave Arnold.  I also use deionized water, frozen so I can vacuum seal it.

 

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3 minutes ago, JoNorvelleWalker said:

 

Nope.  Shizuo Tsuji (or should that now be Tsuji Shizuo) says for oden pork and beef meatballs may be employed in place of fish products.

 


Very Shizuoka-style ... you’ll need to put them on a skewer then 😜

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I understand 

 

Fz water w a VacSystem

 

that does not have an Oil Pump

 

extends the life of the Non Oil Pump

 

which eventually 

 

will not enjoy Water Vapor and

 

Bob's your Uncle 

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob's_your_uncle

 

Ive been looking forward to using this

 

Once might be enough , though

 

F.D.:   I had hope'd  that BUU

 

might have been a bit more

 

Saucy , for the Plate 

 

of course 

 

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