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Armchair Dining on DP

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by jrbiz, Mar 13, 2015.

  1. Petergoff

    Petergoff Active Member

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    #881
    Haha, bon appetit!

    I'm not a fan, but there's probably a positive element to any traditional cuisine.
     
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    Tonight's freezer item: mystery braised beef. I think it's the brisket cut? Reheated in vegetable stock, shred it, and stuffed it a baguette for a sandwich.
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    #883
    This frozen food looks delicious
     
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    jrbiz Acclaimed Member

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    Which frozen food are you referring to?
     
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    You will have to forgive @waxz as the chin strap broke on his Reading Comprehension Model tinfoil hat. A broken strap appears to affect said model's overall performance. Otherwise they are a very reliable model indeed.
     
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    #886
    It seems he is referring to @emmaback’s mystery braised beef out of the freezer…
     
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    jrbiz Acclaimed Member

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    You're right. I missed that. It turned out looking quite good for formerly frozen beef.
     
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    Do you not wear your own products?
     
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    jrbiz Acclaimed Member

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    One must eschew advanced technology occasionally to experience simply being human. Unless, of course, they buy a "Simply Being Human" tinfoil hat, which is what I was wearing at the time.
     
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    jrbiz Acclaimed Member

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    #891
    Beware of the cheap knock-offs! He is actually doing more damage than help with his poorly designed solution.
     
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    He has a lot of legal bills and is now broke. He is not even worth suing, best to leave it alone. You cannot get blood from a stone.
     
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    I recently tried a Japanese dish called Nikujaga. The two main ingredients are potatoes and meat - my favourite!

    This dish reminded me of what my grandmother used to make when I was a child. It made me feel so warm and cosy. I saved the recipe :)

    I've never eaten anything Japanese except sushi rolls, but I really liked the way they use spices and soy sauce, which can make any dish unrealistically delicious!
     
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    That looks great! What type(s) of meat is used?
     
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    Chicken. Love it.
     
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    My favorite Japanese foods tend to center around tempura. Shrimp, chicken, fish, etc. But Nikujaga is definitely now on the list to try. I will be in L.A. and San Francisco on business in a couple of weeks, so I may actually get a chance to go to a Japanese restaurant.
     
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    Tempura is a brilliant! My wife loves it more than she loves me haha
     
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    qwikad.com Illustrious Member Affiliate Manager

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    My wife makes the best beef jerky. We just finished a batch. Will make another one soon. We use a regular dehydrator to dry it. It takes a few hours. It doesn't taste its best right away. We cool it down, put it in a ziploc bag and in a day or two it becomes softer and tastier. Any experience in making beef jerky jrbiz?
     
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    No, but I do have experience eating it. :) I have seen a few different "flavors" used in the seasoning of store bought jerky. Does your wife use a particular seasoning to flavor it?
     
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    My wife will get me arrested for posting it here, it's our secret family recipe! jk.

    c - cup, T - table spoon, t - tea spoon.

    1/4 c - BBQ sauce
    1/2 c - soy sauce
    1/4 c - worcestershire sauce
    2 T - liquid smoke
    1/4 c - ketchup
    1 T - seasoned salt
    2 T - brown sugar
    1/2 t - pepper
    2 t - onion powder
    2 t - garlic powder

    Normally, we buy London broil - 2.5 - 3 lb. Slice it however thick or thin you want your jerky to be. Mix the sauce with the meat in a big bowl and marinade it (in the fridge) for at least 24 hours (I'd recommend mixing it again half way through).
     
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