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Quote: Originally Posted by coolpapaboze My version of a lazy man's porchetta. I butterflied a pork shoulder, rubbed liberally with herbs, salt, pepper, lemon zest, capers, olive oil, minced shallots, then tied it, cooked it sous vide for about four hours, then wrapped with skin from a fresh belly I had, and roasted for a few more hours. Enjoyed with leek bread pudding, sauteed spinach, and a 2005 Palmina Savoia. sounds epic
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Brooks brothers black fleece, bb2, worn twice washed once, close to new cond. $100 shipped anywhere (paypal'd as "gift") Alden unlined suede chukkas, good cond, VERY little wear to soles, US13 $200 shipped anywhere (paypal'd as gift) Engineered garments andover poplin Size L. Worn maybe two times, never washed, basically as new. Unfortunately i've become pretty svelte lately so now need a M in EG. USD $170 shipped anywhere (paypal'd as gift)
approx measurments on the andover Chest: 43 inches Shoulder: 18.5 inches Length: 29.75 inches Sleeve: 36.5 inches
Engineered garments andover poplin Size L. Worn maybe two times, never washed, basically as new. Unfortunately i've become pretty svelte lately so now need a M in EG. USD $170 --> $140 shipped anywhere (paypal'd as gift) Brooks brothers black fleece, bb2, worn twice washed once, close to new cond. SOLD! Alden unlined suede chukkas, good cond, VERY little wear to soles, US13 SOLD!
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Quote: Originally Posted by iammatt Cook legs at 64 C for 17 hours. Take out of a bag and then let them dry out a bit in the fridge. Dredge in a 2-1 mixture of flour and trisol seasoned with hot smoked paprika and piment d'espelette, then dip in buttermilk and back in the flour mixture. Then fry in peanut oil at 350 F for about 8 minutes, or until they are nice and brown Sounds lovely, always wanted to try sous vide but afraid of fucking it...
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