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MilkMaid
#1 May 4 2017 02:49am
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I'm nowhere near an expert, the only thing I consider myself an expert at is eating food. I grew up watching my grandma cook and from then have come accustomed to all types of food. One of my best friends growing up, Thai/Cambodian, worked at his parents restaurant and I learned to love oriental cuisine.


My recipes will vary from basic to somewhat difficult and I'll try to share my preparations for each meal I post.

Grub tough or hate.
MilkMaid
#2 May 9 2017 12:56pm
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I didn't get any pictures because I'm that kind of person but I made New England style clam chowder the other day. Turned out amazing.


Clams - I used razor clams, about 25-30 clams, but you can use canned
6-8 strips of bacon
7-8 potatoes
5-7 stalks of celery
1 medium onion
1-2 cloves of garlic
2 cups milk
2 cups heavy cream
1 1/2 cups water - from the potatoes
2 bay leaves





Cut bacon into small pieces and cook till crispy.

Dice up the onions and celery and cook in the bacon grease until the onions are translucent. Add the garlic here.

Combine the onion, celery, garlic with the bacon in a big pot and add the milk, cream, and clam juice and simmer on low.

Cube the potatoes and boil for about 10 minutes. Add the potatoes and 1.5 cups of water to the cream.

Add the bay leaves and simmer for 10-15 minutes.

Cut up the clams and add them. Simmer for another 15 minutes.



I prefer my chowder to be thick so I made a blond roux and added it towards the end.
HydroPK
#3 May 12 2017 10:41pm
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Chef milkmaaane
MilkMaid
#4 May 18 2017 07:18pm
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Quote (HydroPK @ May 12 2017 09:41pm)
Chef milkmaaane


B)

Going to be posting pics of my take on Pork chops n apple sauce.
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#5 May 18 2017 07:19pm
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Going to caramelize the onions.
The chops are hand cut from a tenderloin.

This post was edited by MilkMaid on May 18 2017 07:19pm
HydroPK
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Quote (MilkMaid @ May 18 2017 08:19pm)
http://i.imgur.com/L2XOhE5.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/lFV2ZBm.jpg

Going to caramelize the onions.
The chops are hand cut from a tenderloin.


Make an apple gastrique to put on it (basically apple sweet n sour)


Some fat chops doh!
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Nigga that shit cray
MilkMaid
#8 May 18 2017 08:36pm
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Baking it for 10-15 minutes @ 325.
Going to pair it with some fresh beans and brown jasmine rice.
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Quote (MilkMaid @ May 18 2017 09:36pm)
http://i.imgur.com/8yKYGJY.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/Tw3klAI.jpg


Baking it for 10-15 minutes @ 325.
Going to pair it with some fresh beans and brown jasmine rice.


:drool:
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#10 May 20 2017 12:56pm
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Boneless chicken thighs soaking up marinade.
Bbqing these tonight, not sure on the vegetable though. Going to have potato salad and maybe some fresh fruit since it's super nice out.




The marinade is:

1/2 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup hoisin sauce
1/2 cup soy sauce
12oz Root Beer
5 green onions
5 garlic cloves
1tsp ground ginger
Sesame seeds (optional)

Mix all ingredients and place chicken inside.
Allow them to soak it up for at least 24 hours. (Mine are at 2.5 days)

This post was edited by MilkMaid on May 20 2017 12:56pm
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