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Bam: http://www.tienda.com/food/products/te-18.html but sold out. Other sources appreciated!

google search for texturas trisol brings i.e. amazon
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Ah perfect even cheaper
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Ha! Neither black nor chinese, non traditional and quite a long process. Freaking awesome, though. Best fried chicken I've ever had by a good margin.
There is no way that it is better than Keller's. Sorry. Even YOU have to admit that.
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Sounds lovely, always wanted to try sous vide but afraid of fucking it up and ending up killing my kids.
It's so easy dude. Seriously. Just takes time and space, but other than that, it is ridiculously easy.
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A lot of awesomeness



Not my pic
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gdl...What is that?
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gdl...What is that?

It's arroz con pato, an upscale version I guess. Clockwise from 12 o clock: duck breast roasted and glazed with some delicious honey & salty crust, duck leg confit, some finely chopped tomato and onion thingy (forgot how it's called), duck egg (break and mix with the rice), sauteed duck gizzards, seared foie gras in the center. Every component is a killer by itself, but the rice is the star here, so nicely stuck to the pan, super crunchy, brought me back to my childhood and the paellas I had as a kid in the Valencia region - we always ordered it extra burnt because that rice you scrape at the bottom is heaven.

Obviously, this is a rich dish.
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is that okra and grilled baby zucchini in that jawn? Looks like a Euro-bibimbap, dope
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is that okra and grilled baby zucchini in that jawn? Looks like a Euro-bibimbap, dope

I don't remember the okra being in there IRL but yes there grilled baby zucchini, carrots and baby eggplants.

I think this is more Latin Americn thn Euro, even though it does look like a paella.
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That looks great.
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A lot of awesomeness



Not my pic

nom-fucking-nom. That looks incredible. And incredibly rich.
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I think I came looking at that pic GDL.

Had my first Chicago beef last night. Even if it was at the airport still really good.
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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post
Had my first Chicago beef last night. Even if it was at the airport still really good.
Dipped?
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Originally Posted by kwilkinson View Post
Dipped?



just salty, messy, and spicy enough. ate that shit in about 2 minutes total.
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nom-fucking-nom. That looks incredible. And incredibly rich.
Dude - you can make this in your fancy All-Clad paella pan
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Dude - you can make this in your fancy All-Clad paella pan

Sure, but I'm going to need a few paychecks before I can get a piece of foie.
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