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11 hours ago, gfweb said:

@Shelby

What time and temp in the CSO?

450F .  I start checking after 15 mins with my thermapen --this 1/2 a goose took about 20 mins.  I aim for an internal temp in the thickest part 140F and then let it rest a bit.

 

I set the goose out on the counter to warm up a bit so if you do it straight from the fridge it might take a bit longer.

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@Shelby--

 

Here is a deconstructed look  --  Outer protection/ pick inside meat is edible/  also in the Barnacle head is meat

 

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Its good to have Morels

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14 minutes ago, Paul Bacino said:

@Shelby--

 

Here is a deconstructed look  --  Outer protection/ pick inside meat is edible/  also in the Barnacle head is meat

 

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I definitely would try them!  But, I think the person that was the very first person to test was very very brave 🤣

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5 minutes ago, Shelby said:

I definitely would try them!  But, I think the person that was the very first person to test was very very brave 🤣

Braver than you realize - harvesting them is incredibly challenging - they usually are stuck in between rocks on the coast... check this out!

 

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Posted (edited)

and very hungry 

 

same as oysters i think

 

but Im guessing they watched the Birds and the Seals and the Like

 

and noted they did not keel over and die.

 

at least in front of them.

 

eve seen an seal floating on its back , in the sunshine 

 

dealing with shell-'fish'  ?

 

its hilarious     

 

P.S.:   maybe it was a a ' seal like ocean creature '

 

it had to have ' paws '  not just flippers 


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8 hours ago, Anna N said:

There’s a reason to sometimes not post photographs. I am prepared to take your word for it. Whether or not @Duvel will is another matter. 

 

I indeed consumed the Momofuku with a spoon.  However it was not the serving spoon.

 

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19 minutes ago, rotuts said:

and very hungry 

 

same as oysters i think

 

but Im guessing they watched the Birds and the Seals and the Like

 

and noted they did not keel over and die.

 

at least in front of them.

 

eve seen an seal floating on its back , in the sunshine 

 

dealing with shell-'fish'  ?

 

its hilarious     

 

P.S.:   maybe it was a a ' seal like ocean creature '

 

it had to have ' paws '  not just flippers 

 

 

I'd guess you're envisioning sea otters.

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“What is called sound economics is very often what mirrors the needs of the respectably affluent.” - John Kenneth Galbraith

 

"Not knowing the scope of your own ignorance is part of the human condition...The first rule of the Dunning-Kruger club is you don’t know you’re a member of the Dunning-Kruger club.” - psychologist David Dunning

 

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several Kudos  available for the first

 

eG member that finds Sea Otters 

 

floating on their back , cracking a few oysters for their lunch

 

p.S.:  for some reason , most of the embedded vids here are not

 

viable to me , w my current safari system.

 

so a fw extra Kudos for the ref to YouTube itself.

 

No Worries 

 

my Kudos self-replicate locally 

 

but I do want to maintain My High Standards 

 

just to be clear.

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4 hours ago, shain said:

Turnip cakes. With dried shiitake, dried shrimps, scallions, a few spices.

 

@shain, so enticing!

 

Please provide a recipe for the Turnip Cakes. Also, how did you cook the crêpe (with that soft, floppy edge)?

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An imported Cote du Boeuf from Strasbourg, before they locked Alsacia down ... I didn’t feel like SV today, so I cooked it conventionally 😱 


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Note to self: have to buy a nice wooden copping board for better tableside presentation.
 

Served with (commercial) potato croquettes and mushroom cream sauce.

 

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58 minutes ago, rotuts said:

several Kudos  available for the first

eG member that finds Sea Otters 

floating on their back , cracking a few oysters for their lunch

 

Kayak in Morro Bay - you will see them. They are beyond cool critters, No oysters in the images but I see them whenever I kayak there. They are clowns and ya just can not stop smiling  https://www.google.com/search?q=image+morro+bay+otters

 

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1 hour ago, TdeV said:

 

@shain, so enticing!

 

Please provide a recipe for the Turnip Cakes. Also, how did you cook the crêpe (with that soft, floppy edge)?

 

I followed this recipe, without the sausage.

https://thewoksoflife.com/turnip-cake-lo-bak-go/

 

The crepes are simple 500ml water, 2 eggs,  200g flour, some salt and five spice.

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@shain, thank you. How did you cook the crêpe (to get that loose, attractive edge)?

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@shain   I can't buy turnip cakes that beautiful at any of the half dozen dim sum shops near me.    Can ordinary people make these or they too complicated?    


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23 minutes ago, TdeV said:

@shain, thank you. How did you cook the crêpe (to get that loose, attractive edge)?

A wide pan, brushed with a thin layer of oil. Medium-high heat. Pour a thin layer of batter, I angle the pan in a circular motion to help it spread. Cooked on one side only. This is a lean crepe, so it's not that crisp. Adding fat to the batter helps achieve crispness.

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9 minutes ago, Margaret Pilgrim said:

@shain   I can't buy turnip cakes that beautiful at any of the half dozen dim sum shops near me.    Can ordinary people make these or they too complicated?    

 

Thanks. Super easy, actually. I posted the link to the recipe above.

My steamer was too small, so I baked it in a sealed loaf pan instead.

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An old classic. One of my wife's favourites. Not mine so much.

The Pineapple sit quite happily on the ham steaks because it's not Pizza....

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8 minutes ago, mgaretz said:

Corned beef, cabbage, carrots and potatoes.  A little late for St. Patty's day, but...

 

 

 

Me too.  I had the very same dinner last night but no photos.

Trying to empty my freezer. 
the dinner was very good.

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Shrimp and pasta

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Posted (edited)

I’m cooking almost every night but haven’t been taking pictures.  Here’s tonight and I need practice on taking photos.  Will work on that.  Aidell’s chicken apple sausage with onions, red pepper and mushrooms over couscous.

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Last night was pan seared tuna, fresh tomato salsa (tasteless tomato, vinegar/salt helped), oven roasted asparagus, and tri-color quinoa. I think I am due for cooking some kind of comfort food, we are eating entirely too healthy😉

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