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post #21991 of 25379
Simple beef stew



Pickle salad

post #21992 of 25379
Had traditional Korean food and a couple ferroro roche chcolates afterwards.
post #21993 of 25379
Me too, at Jin Ju in Chicago.

Kim Bap and O Jinga Bokum

No pics but really good. This place isn't like the typical strip mall joints, it's more of a bar with food but the flavors are authentic (from what I can tell) and better balanced than other Korean restaurants.

Had the Dove version of chocolate/peanut butter combo.
They put Reese to shame.
Edited by Despos - 1/27/13 at 1:13pm
post #21994 of 25379
Brussels sprouts two nights in a row. Saturday at a restaurant with fish-sauce vinaigrette and red jalapeños. Best I've ever had. Also had ribeye with fries, and apple-huckleberry crisp for dessert. Tonight, Trader Joe's, microwaved with some sriracha. Not transcendent, but also not bad.
post #21995 of 25379
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That's cut from a very close area to the ribeye and is the primal cut a porterhouse also comes from. The ribeye is just a bit more tender with a bit more marbling.

Time for a change pace, i will get one cut this week.
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i heard that if you stick food up your ass then you'll shit out your mouth.

South Park?
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Brussels sprouts two nights in a row. Saturday at a restaurant with fish-sauce vinaigrette and red jalapeños. Best I've ever had. Also had ribeye with fries, and apple-huckleberry crisp for dessert. Tonight, Trader Joe's, microwaved with some sriracha. Not transcendent, but also not bad.

Also had brussels two nights in a row!

Had some deep fried on Saturday (yum...), and roasted some tossed in duck fat with some shallots last night. So tasty...

Otherwise, last night did the standard Sunday dinner of roast chicken, potatoes and vegetable, which last night was brussels. Letting the taters roast in the rendered chicken fat is so easy and so tasty.
Edited by aravenel - 1/28/13 at 9:29am
post #21997 of 25379
Had to give the Krantz a try.



Fish, also from Jerusalem.

post #21998 of 25379
Fish? Hmm, I've never heard of that fish.
post #21999 of 25379
My bad, it's Halibut, brah.
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Fish? Hmm, I've never heard of that fish.

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Had to give the Krantz a try.

fistbump.gif

Have you sprinkled some salt flakes on top?
post #22002 of 25379
Damn skipity- finished with some Maldon. Outstanding.
post #22003 of 25379
Indeed! Glad you tried it. Looks great. Enjoy it!
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no no non no nononononono.
collards and mustards.

lol dumbass. Kale greens are traditional and common here. Fucking yankee.

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I do love balllikkers.

Me too.
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I hate brussel sprouts.


In fifth grade for the school's speech contest our theme was "a monumental occasion" or something like that. I wrote one on "the night I finished my brussel sprouts." it was a very good speech, even if i was 12.
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I hate okra. I don't actually mind brussel sprouts, though I can't say I understand the devotion to them, but other than pickled, okra is too snotty for me.

idiot.
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You guys are really pervy.

TWSS.

So I've been eating pretty much only chicken picatta (which I'm about sick of) for dinner this year so far. And I've had barbecue like three times in two weeks, might get it again tonight if my neighbor wants to go with me.
post #22005 of 25379
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Me too, at Jin Ju in Chicago.

Kim Bap and O Jinga Bokum

No pics but really good. This place isn't like the typical strip mall joints, it's more of a bar with food but the flavors are authentic (from what I can tell) and better balanced than other Korean restaurants.

Had the Dove version of chocolate/peanut butter combo.
They put Reese to shame.

I have been in Seoul for the past month and just today ate Korean food for the first time since landing. lol. I have lived here for years before and just never been able to stomach the Korean food when I am here, and then of course I miss it when I'm gone. Part of the problem is, and this doesn't apply to American Korean restaurants - most of the good stuff is supposed to be eaten with somebody else communally, like the various KBBQ's and hot pots of soups, and of course, one hopes that your dining company is good and they usually are, and the meal is enhanced and goes beyond the food. Single serve Korean food gets really boring. I had a craving for a plate of galbi and some rice tonight, and a big wad of decent kimchi, takeout in a box. Alas, that's not how they serve it over here.
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