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Re: Iron Chef WAYCT - What Are You Cooking Today
« Reply #2370 on: August 22, 2019, 02:26:21 am »
Hey @Madame Buttonfly I will save you one jar of Blueberry jam It's the best around. :) :)

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Re: Iron Chef WAYCT - What Are You Cooking Today
« Reply #2371 on: August 24, 2019, 06:55:23 pm »
2 deep, that should keep us going...

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Re: Iron Chef WAYCT - What Are You Cooking Today
« Reply #2372 on: August 29, 2019, 04:35:06 pm »
Wanted to share a sauce recipe that we've come to call "crack sauce" because it is so delicious.

It's veganaise (or mayonnaise), dijon mustard, fresh dill, lemon juice, capers and caper pickling liquid, olive oil, and black pepper emulsified in a blender. I made this originally as a marinade and sauce for salmon, and then a binder for a salmon salad made of leftovers, but it makes a great dressing for salmon salad as well as for steak salad, or just a sauce to throw on your steaks, asparagus, or whatever else.
Think it, be it.

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Re: Iron Chef WAYCT - What Are You Cooking Today
« Reply #2373 on: August 29, 2019, 04:44:39 pm »
Nice, will give it a go
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Re: Iron Chef WAYCT - What Are You Cooking Today
« Reply #2374 on: August 29, 2019, 06:45:37 pm »
Sounds delicious.

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Re: Iron Chef WAYCT - What Are You Cooking Today
« Reply #2375 on: September 07, 2019, 04:00:11 pm »
Doing a joint tapas thing with some friends this evening... my contribution:

Classic tortilla


Chorizo, chickpea and grilled pepper salad


Olive swirls

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Re: Iron Chef WAYCT - What Are You Cooking Today
« Reply #2376 on: September 07, 2019, 07:21:42 pm »
Holy crap, that chorizo, garbanzo, and peppers dish looks amazing.

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Re: Iron Chef WAYCT - What Are You Cooking Today
« Reply #2377 on: September 07, 2019, 07:26:32 pm »
So does the fucking tortilla!..

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Re: Iron Chef WAYCT - What Are You Cooking Today
« Reply #2378 on: September 07, 2019, 07:35:23 pm »
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Re: Iron Chef WAYCT - What Are You Cooking Today
« Reply #2379 on: September 08, 2019, 06:10:33 pm »
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Re: Iron Chef WAYCT - What Are You Cooking Today
« Reply #2380 on: September 08, 2019, 06:17:41 pm »
So does the fucking tortilla!..
Holy crap, that chorizo, garbanzo, and peppers dish looks amazing.


Thanks fellas. I was very pleased with them both.

The chorizo thing is super easy. It works because the sausage is so damn tasty that it creates its own sauce. I chose a chorizo that was heavy on the cayenne pepper for that reason. The original recipe called coriander but I subbed it out for parsley. I love coriander but it pretty omnipresent in recipes these days and the taste can dominate. The parsley worked really well.

The tortilla was easy too but time consuming. I made a fresh tomato dressing to go on top which was ace.

@Giles , is that a practice run for next Saturday?

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« Reply #2381 on: September 08, 2019, 07:08:08 pm »
@Giles , is that a practice run for next Saturday?
Yep.... :)

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Re: Iron Chef WAYCT - What Are You Cooking Today
« Reply #2382 on: September 08, 2019, 08:00:27 pm »
@Giles , is that a practice run for next Saturday?
Yep.... :)



Looks like it's been a success  :D
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« Reply #2383 on: September 09, 2019, 09:44:06 pm »
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Re: Iron Chef WAYCT - What Are You Cooking Today
« Reply #2384 on: September 10, 2019, 02:00:49 am »
"Teppanyaki" at home! Tried to go paleo with it as possible. Friend-grown zucchini, bell pepper, carrot, white onion, quinoa fried "rice," and the only appearance of soy was in the Makoto ginger dressing (a.k.a. "crack") I used as a dip for the sirloin. Didn't have quite enough bandwidth in the kitchen to cook the steak on the "hot plate" (sort of a wok-like bowl), hence the grill marks, and opted to sautee the veggies in a tamari-based yakiniku sauce I made.

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Think it, be it.