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RE: Culinary Game
(07-11-2018 01:17 PM)ChicagoFire Wrote:  Oh man please do post up the pho recipe. I hate to sound super demanding but could you get into details on tonkotsu ramen? Japanese cuisine is harder than it looks haha.

I haven't delved into Japanese cuisine. I stayed pretty focused on Vietnamese, but I sure as shit can give ramen a shot and see how it goes.

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07-11-2018 01:28 PM
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This post is awesome! I just bought some Saint Andres from Trader Joe's. It's about $5.99/pound and it's so good. I'm not as educated about cheeses but always willing to learn! Would like to get into charcuterie platters, doing things like using the cheeses you listed as well as adding in acidic components like pickles, and sliced meats. Presentation is obviously key and cooking is either minimal or nonexistent (therefore by some extension cleaning is minimal too). The beauty of cooking is once you know the rules you can be a bit loose...the exception with this mindset is it doesn't exactly work with Japanese cuisine. My ramen dishes, sushi, and dashi making skills need a massive upgrade.

Will be looking around for a good chocolatier...so I got a new project this weekend Wink

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07-13-2018 09:30 PM
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RE: Culinary Game
I love sumac on pork, it's a major component of my rib rub. Never tried it on lamb though. Thanks for the idea.

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02-16-2019 07:27 AM
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Post: #104
RE: Culinary Game
well i dont know other man, but i know girls love haing a romance dinner so if i find a potential girl, i ask her to come to my place for a table and a candle night. cook is pretty hard for me, but luckily there is help in APKnite that teach you to cook some basic meal, it's not that hard acctualy, and the 4 out of 5 times it works for me.
02-18-2019 02:19 AM
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As someone who likes cooking naturally and not for game, I've had girls tell me it's sexy to see me cook. I think especially true when you do it confidently and show that you know what you are doing, as opposed to reading off some recipe like an insecure teenager. For this reason I recommend that you make dishes you know you can cook well and confidently, as opposed to trying new recipes.
02-18-2019 02:54 AM
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