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I always wanted to make this. Tell people who don't like pork that its just beef!

 

Alex

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I was looking for some kind of "wow I've never had that before!" thing

This could easily be made in a slow cooker. I made it a couple weeks ago and it was one of the best things I've ever cooked. Couldn't find king trumpet mushrooms so I just used carrots. Put it on top of horseradish mashed potatoes. Already looking forward to cooking it again.

 

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Thanks! Braised beef was one of the 3 recipes I had picked out to try next time. I haven't seen miso braised beef before.
 

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Thanks! Braised beef was one of the 3 recipes I had picked out to try next time. I haven't seen miso braised beef before.
miso should be easy enough to find if you don't have it, my kroger sells it
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it's usually in a clear 14oz square container and only like 5bucks when you usually just need a tbs max for any recipe.
 
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anyone use this type of paring knife? these are the only 2 brands i see on amazon, remember when i worked in kitchens they would buy them by the dozens, don't remember the brand or it they were stainless or not.
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first eastern European / Slavic / Russian cooking channel that I've seen that a) treats it seriously, b) is targeting the English language audience. He doesn't make a big point of where the stuff comes from but every once in a while there'll be a dish that is whacked out by our standards (breaking a cream sauce on purpose comes to mind) and you'll get glimpses of the Russian style mayo/catsup packs and or other similar packaging.
WRYYYYY

 

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Attempted al pastor. Came out pretty good but I might try to fake a rotisserie with skewers and the broiler next time instead of grilling it. Should also cut it much thinner before cooking. Flavor is great though.

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That looks fantastic. I would love that for dinner!

I made a flatbread, spread with hummus, then covered with smoked salmon, capers, spinach, and mozzarella balls. It was surprisingly good and filling.
 

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Attempted al pastor. Came out pretty good but I might try to fake a rotisserie with skewers and the broiler next time instead of grilling it. Should also cut it much thinner before cooking. Flavor is great though.

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Looks great, you may want to check out vertical spits for the oven. I use one when doing it via indirect heat on the ceramic and it works really well. I've done a horizontal version on a normal rotisserie over open coals and didn't notice too much of a difference in flavor but you get much crispier edges on the horizontal and can trim off a portion and keep it going to recrisp up.
 

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They're cut like that, sprinkled with sugar and roasted. Better than you'd think