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Indeed it is. Hopefully Edina doesn't act like a damn fool this time.
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Thanks for the suggestion and info Manton. Don't allow my janky execution sully his recommendation.

Three things I did wrong/to improve:
  • I skimmed to close to the top when spooning the sauce. It could have easily been thicker if I spooned it better. You can see the thicker dollups in the photo, it should have had more of that I think.
  • Seared the fish too much. I ran the pan too hot and seared the surface too much. The associated taste crowded out others.
  • Too much ginger. As I added it to the pan, I thought maybe it was too much. Yep, it was. Too strong a ginger taste.

Overall though, I can see how the flavors should combine, but didn't in this instance. So, I'd give this another try before the one from last night.

post #7413 of 25383
polenta cakes with morels, bluefoot mushrooms, and ramps.
glazed carrots.
post #7414 of 25383
/\\ wow halibut looks amazing
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and there is no such thing as too much ginger
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The World Atlas of Pricks?

that's about how my meals have been for the past week. Can send you some of the black Dick stick grissini if you want, don't want to hog all the dick for myself.

I am making my Japanese gf make me some Old El Paso white people tacos right now. All the ingredients seemed to align tonight and I've been drinking, so that sounded fun. I should put my white people tacos in that guilty pleasures thread, along with the spaghetti napolitan w/ canned mushrooms that I ate the other night as well...
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and there is no such thing as too much ginger


I'm going to go ahead and disagree here.....
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I'm going to go ahead and disagree here.....

Prime example of one (the only?) of the down falls to having a smoking hot red-headed wife.

Edit: haha thats not her kid!
Edit 2: and thats a female!?
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Prime example of one (the only?) of the down falls to having a smoking hot red-headed wife.

Edit: haha thats not her kid!
Edit 2: and thats a female!?
\t

They are each others' wives.
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that's about how my meals have been for the past week. Can send you some of the black Dick stick grissini if you want, don't want to hog all the dick for myself. I am making my Japanese gf make me some Old El Paso white people tacos right now. All the ingredients seemed to align tonight and I've been drinking, so that sounded fun. I should put my white people tacos in that guilty pleasures thread, along with the spaghetti napolitan w/ canned mushrooms that I ate the other night as well...
Wait... hold up... canned mushrooms? People who are not 70-year old Midwestern farm folk eat those things?
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Wait... hold up... canned mushrooms?



People who are not 70-year old Midwestern farm folk eat those things?

Impolyt's weekly eating habits seem to run the gamut from absolutely ballin' to total poverty.
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Impolyt's weekly eating habits seem to run the gamut from absolutely ballin' to total poverty.
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post #7424 of 25383
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Wait... hold up... canned mushrooms?



People who are not 70-year old Midwestern farm folk eat those things?

Spaghetti Napolitan, made with ketchup, vienna sausages, canned mushrooms, onions, and green peppers. The point is for it to taste as cheap as possible


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Impolyt's weekly eating habits seem to run the gamut from absolutely ballin' to total poverty.

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Spaghetti Napolitan, made with ketchup, vienna sausages, canned mushrooms, onions, and green peppers. The point is for it to taste as cheap as possible





... i have never seen someone try so hard to make something so deliberately terrifying to eat.

Congratulations.
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