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post #21721 of 25347

i had a bowl of fried rice that i cooked. Well, it tastes not bad and i also enjoyed a cup of cacao

post #21722 of 25347
i do that pollo al mattone (under a brick) all the time in the summer on the grill. Spatchcock the chicken, wrap a cement paver in aluminum foil, put the chicken on the grill off the fire, then put the brick on top. give it a turn about halfway through. skin is crisp and the meat is juicy.
post #21723 of 25347
I'm not going to have much time to cook for the next couple of weeks but looking forward to doing some spatchcock soon. (No Ed.)
post #21724 of 25347
Roasted a chicken over some new potatoes so the chicken fat fried the potatoes as it cooked. Served with some brussels sprouts roasted in duck fat. Accompanied by a bottle of Bernard Baudry 2010 Chinon Domaine.

Roasting a chicken is pretty much our Sunday night tradition. Is there a more perfect dish? I submit no.
post #21725 of 25347
salad

post #21726 of 25347
those blood oranges?
post #21727 of 25347
orange confit. Basically oranges that are cooked in orange juice, soy sauce, vinegar, sugar, and black pepper.
post #21728 of 25347
It's milt time again. Yummy, yummy, yummy, yummy.
post #21729 of 25347
I had to google that. My first reaction was, Yikes.
post #21730 of 25347
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Originally Posted by itsstillmatt View Post

It's milt time again. Yummy, yummy, yummy, yummy.

Is this forum caviar-centric?
post #21731 of 25347
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

I had to google that. My first reaction was, Yikes.

Unsurprisingly in dear old San Francisco, this is a local product, and before you get any ideas, it's from herring, I haven't switched teams.
post #21732 of 25347
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

Is this forum caviar-centric?

I'll keep my baby daddies away from your caviar!

The Japanese word for cod milt, being Japanese and all, apparently translates into "white children."
post #21733 of 25347
this being styleforum and all, you can rest easy knowing you're not the only one who really likes eating sperm.
post #21734 of 25347
And they're off!
post #21735 of 25347
Milt, melts in your mouth, not in your hands rimshot.gif
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