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Old 25th March 2013, 06:04 PM   #1531
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Pizza all'Americana, con culo grande.
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Old 25th March 2013, 06:30 PM   #1533
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Yes, but very fine and juicy at the center, made "a la piedra" (at the rock).
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Impresive eh?

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Got this baby a couple of weeks ago. On sale for forty bucks. Gutted it and sliced it up for sashimi. Very good -

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A firm crunchy taste of sea-breeze. Wonderful!
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I haven't Geoduck [gooeyduck] in a long time, how did you prepare it?
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Well, I haven't made Corned Beef in a while so here goes. A couple pieces of Brisket totaling 2.8 kg.

Then pan roast some spices:
Allspice
Coriander
Cloves
Mustard
Chili Pepper
Black Pepper
Green Cardamom
then crush it a bit with a rolling pin, remove half of the spice mix for cooking time and add:
Water
Coarse Salt
Pink Salt
Demerara sugar
Ginger
Cinnamon
Bring to boil, cool to room temp, add beef and refrigerate for 7 days.

See you next Friday.
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Tonight: Stuffed Portobellos:
Remove the stems and carve out the fins
Add lightly cooked prawns, boiled chicken hearts, a bit of cream cheese, Old Cheddar cheese and your choice of sauce. I used Italian salad dressing, some liquid from homemade Kim-Chi, a hint of ketchup, blackpepper and paprika.

Add together, fill caps, top with green onion and some old garlic toast pieces and bake on high for something less than 15 minutes. It's the fast food that will make her ask if she can stay overnight. It may look funny but always remember to stick your finger in the center and make a hole. It will fill itself in as it cooks but you want it there to start for a more even cooking.

Breakfast ideas coming soon to a thread near you.
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Wonder what the grand-daughter would do if we gave her a Phillipine "Easter Egg" ala balut
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isn't that the 'plain and organic' (*) version of the Japanese tama-"gotcha" ?


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I haven't Geoduck [gooeyduck] in a long time, how did you prepare it?
Put it in boiling water for 15 seconds, then slit it open and removed the guts and the sand from the siphon.

Then I just cut up the rest, dipped in soy sauce and ate it.

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