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Old 18th February 2011, 02:54 PM   #151
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If you saw how fish sauce is made you wouldn't touch it - don't know how oyster sauce is made.

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Old 18th February 2011, 05:11 PM   #153
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time for some pictures

'industrial' soup(frozen), dressed up a bit
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That looks food. Is that gnocchi I see in there?
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So I came home with:

Duck Gizzards
Chicken feet
Beef tendon
Pork neck bones
Okra
Lotus root
Yam Igname
Bean curd and cuke salad

In a few hours I'll know what we're having for dinner.
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Old 18th February 2011, 08:33 PM   #156
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Had chicken feet once at a dinner in Beijing...as the lazy susan spun them into view I didn't recognize what I was looking at and loaded a couple onto my plate. I attacked the 1st one to discover a texture I could only describe as being fan belt-like and as I watched the person seated next to me pick one up I only then recognized what it was. My 1st and last chickenfoot appetizer!
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So I came home with:
Gotta love your sense of adventure.

Here in Europe gizzards were common when grandma was young, but not anymore. Never stopped me from trying (I'm 29).

I find chicken feet are scary until you've actually had one :-D

Curious what you'll come up with.
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Gotta love your sense of adventure.

Here in Europe gizzards were common when grandma was young, but not anymore. Never stopped me from trying (I'm 29).

I find chicken feet are scary until you've actually had one :-D

Curious what you'll come up with.
Not scary...just awfully hard to chew and devoid of anything, once chewed, that I'd like to swallow.
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That looks food. Is that gnocchi I see in there?
we call them 'flour dumbling'

but gnocchi ?
I didnt know
nice tip, thanks

while you are cooking, here's a humble onion soup
onions, onions, lots of onion
olive oil, white pepper
and well cooked, an hour or more
white pepper
very very little curcume or curry, for the yellow
finished with seperated egg, stirred with salt
a little butter
and done
and bread, ofcourse

if there's an Italian word, I would like to know that one too ?
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