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FOOD, man cannot live by whisky alone.

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By @paddockjudge @paddockjudge on 20th Jan 2019, show post

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@Nozinan
Nozinan replied

@casualtorture Porkbelly is also a big playerin Korean cooking. One of my favourite dishes is Kimchi Jjimm, braused porkbelly wrappen in Kimchi leaves...delish!

And there are so many grilled dishes...

about one year ago 0

@YakLord
YakLord replied

Pork chops, grilled eggplant, charred lemons, and Moroccan pilaf.

about one year ago 4Who liked this?

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@YakLord
YakLord replied

@BlueNote Recipe calls for lamb, but two out of the three of us won't eat lamb, so I had to use pork instead. Was still very tasty.

about one year ago 1Who liked this?

@RianC
RianC replied

A little Friday treat after some intensive pumpkin carving ...

11 months ago 5Who liked this?

@RianC
RianC replied

Here's the Spiderman pumpkin that my four year old demanded ... The web light effect actually turned out OK.

11 months ago 8Who liked this?

@cricklewood
cricklewood replied

@RianC I recently had a craving for oysters, have you ever tried a few drops of peated whisky on them? It's a nice twist.

Nice job on the pumpkin!

11 months ago 4Who liked this?

@Nozinan
Nozinan replied

@cricklewood I remember Beppi Crosariol, when he was the alcohol critic for the Globe and Mail, recommending a splash of the Laddie Classic (not the classic Laddie which is good too) on oysters...

11 months ago 1Who liked this?

@talexander
talexander replied

@cricklewood I have! I was at an Ardbeg tasting once where they did that.

11 months ago 2Who liked this?

@cricklewood
cricklewood replied

@talexander I've never tried it with Ardbeg but I can imagine it would pair well. I've tried Talisker, Benromach peated with succeas, Octomore didn't work out so well.

11 months ago 1Who liked this?

@Nozinan
Nozinan replied

Another Friday night dinner in the bubble. First fall of snow of the year (just a few flakes....deity dandruff).

Doesn’t keep me from BBQing. On tonight’s menu cedar plank salmon on a bed of lemon slices, asparagus, and sides.

Heineken 0.0 went well with it. I may have a dram with dessert if I finish charting on time and can grab something...

11 months ago 6Who liked this?

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@BlueNote
BlueNote replied

@RianC Half a dozen raw on the half shell: the only way to eat oysters. yum

11 months ago 1Who liked this?

@BlueNote
BlueNote replied

@cricklewood Had them once with some Laphroaig QC. Very tasty.

11 months ago 1Who liked this?

@BlueNote
BlueNote replied

@Nozinan That looks very west coast, and very good.

11 months ago 0

@ajjarrett
ajjarrett replied

@Nozinan

Well, after I splashed out for a few bottles of Yamazaki 12yr, Glendronach 18yr, and some Sake, I had macaroni and cheese for my dinner tonight. Not photo worthy.

Now this photo definitely deserves to be posted!

11 months ago 1Who liked this?

@RianC
RianC replied

@cricklewood - thanks, man. Yeah but the whisky that I think works best is Ardbeg 10. I've tried others and they just don't quite marry as well.

11 months ago 1Who liked this?

@RianC
RianC replied

@Nozinan - BBQ asparagus is a culinary delight!

11 months ago 2Who liked this?

@RianC
RianC replied

Parkin cake baked by my partner and left for a few days before consuming so as to develop stickiness. I love this! A traditional bonfire/Autumn Yorkshire treat with lots of ginger, golden syrup, treacle and oats. Goes well with a cup of tea or maybe some rum.

11 months ago 5Who liked this?

@RianC
RianC replied

Today's dinner in progress ... Risotto made from left over roast chicken and stock from the carcass, and mushrooms with lots of thyme and garlic. Mmm! Not bad fayre for leftovers and odds n ends.

OK, that's enough thread hogging, promise smile

11 months ago 6Who liked this?

@cricklewood
cricklewood replied

@RianC oh man. I'd trade some rum for a slab of Parkin open_mouth

11 months ago 1Who liked this?

@fiddich1980
fiddich1980 replied

Onion Soup. The caramelized onion were de-glazed with Armagnac. A good warming fall soup.

11 months ago 6Who liked this?

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@BlueNote
BlueNote replied

@fiddich1980 I want all that crunchy stuff around the outside. yum

11 months ago 3Who liked this?

@RianC
RianC replied

@fiddich1980 - That looks amazing! I love French onion soup and had my best ever bowl whilst in Canada - it looked a bit like that, actually.

11 months ago 2Who liked this?

@TracerBullet
TracerBullet replied

I’ve been baking bread for years. Decided to make some French baguettes today for the first time.

11 months ago 5Who liked this?

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@Nozinan
Nozinan replied

@TracerBullet were they good? Is that whole wheat or white?

Can you DM me the recipe? I’ve done some baguettes but always looking to up my game.

11 months ago 1Who liked this?

@BlueNote
BlueNote replied

@TracerBullet my mouth is watering. Some nice demi sel butter and those babies are ready to go down. yum

11 months ago 1Who liked this?

@TracerBullet
TracerBullet replied

@Nozinan This was white flour. I’ve done wheat bread in the past but it turns out very dry if you go 100% wheat flour. This recipe is pretty simple. I will get it to you shortly. Oh, and the wife really enjoyed them so I guess they turned out ok.

11 months ago 2Who liked this?

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