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Labels, Master Matthew. Labels.

The first is a tomato, lobster and cauliflower salad. The second is a tomato, hollowed out and filled with burrata and almonds, then deep fried with fried herbs, Everyman.
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The first is a tomato, lobster and cauliflower salad. The second is a tomato, hollowed out and filled with burrata and almonds, then deep fried with fried herbs, Everyman.

What happens when you deep-fry burrata? Does the inside harden up?
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What happens when you deep-fry burrata? Does the inside harden up?

Huh?
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Huh?

Sorry, meant to type soften there. Its basically a soft cheese cheese and cream inside, right? So, if you cook it would the cheese melt and it got completely soft inside? Or is there just not enough heat between the tomato and the outer layer to do anything other than warm the inside a bit?
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Very nice b10s.

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Very nice b10s.
Thanks.

Very nice, Matt! smile.gif
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Sorry, meant to type soften there. Its basically a soft cheese cheese and cream inside, right? So, if you cook it would the cheese melt and it got completely soft inside? Or is there just not enough heat between the tomato and the outer layer to do anything other than warm the inside a bit?

Burrata isn't that runny, but here it was mixed with almonds, mint and chopped tomato, then stuffed back inside. It gets warm enough to soften just a little, but it doesn't turn watery or completely soft.
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Picture of the interior of the Burrata I've had:
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Was at a friends house and he did this meal. Actually it was pretty good, something totally new for me.

Rice with some kind of beans and I don't know what kind of spices he used I was very lost. Someone here with more experience of persian food?

 

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^You could ask him. tongue.gif

Chicken Tikka Masala

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I LOVE curry! That looks fantastic.

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Chicken Tikka Masala
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Pan roasted Halibut w/Lemon and capers
Caesar salad
2009 Iron Horse Unoaked Chardonnay
Raspberries and Vanilla Yogurt with Mint
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No pics, but I have been eating Osso Buco for the last few days. Friday night dinner, Saturday night dinner and Sunday lunch.
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Don't know him so well it's a friend friend :D Don't wanna call him and say ''hey what did you did you cook for me'' anyways it was good whatever it was. And your meal seems very nice, love that kind of food. Spicy?

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Thanks, Dave.
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Don't know him so well it's a friend friend biggrin.gif Don't wanna call him and say ''hey what did you did you cook for me'' anyways it was good whatever it was. And your meal seems very nice, love that kind of food. Spicy?
Thanks. Yes, but not too much because it's British-Indian. I'm trying to replicate a local place but I still don't know what their secret ingredients are. Unfortunately, they have stopped their delivery service -- it was pretty good. I added coconut milk this time and I think I'm getting closer. So yes, spicy, but a little milder because of the tomato/cream/coconut milk.
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