nice recipe - i'm getting an error message when i try to pin it though.
never had a problem poaching eggs with the vortex + vinegar. tried this and lost 3 eggs - they came out so slippery. they looked pretty on the floor though.
nan xian steamed pork buns, no doubt.
the bitters and esthers class is fantastic! they take you through all the steps and really leave you feeling confident to take on home brewing. my bf and i tried our first homebrew the next week and called the shop to ask questions, and they were super helpful.
how did you know that i was musing about how best to use up the trotters in my freezer this morning??
these are soooo good. i wish i could get my homemade heart to be this tender!
this is awesome. love lidia, and love sorriso's. their homemade hot soppresata is amazzzing.
i'll have to check some of the others out too.
@adam - i stumbled here from the 'other things like this' button after reading kenji's host rant. odd.
in and out burger!
i rarely comment, but just want to chip in that i love this series, especially the tone and consideration given to each entry.
i am in love with your writing style. 'Plus Hoegaarden's expensive during sad hours' made me grin ear to ear.
i like spicy wheat beers, allagash white is awesome, don't know if leffe blonde technically counts but it's still one of my favorites.
the day that i made the fake shack for my dad. it was quite the revelation :)
definitely don and roger drinking all the martinis and downing all the oysters, then running up the stairs.
everything we've gotten from butcher bar has been great! didn't know they had a back deck though.
It's definitely been interesting to read. I've been on a similar journey this month, in the opposite direction (adapting a paleo lifestyle). The most surprising part to me is how much it's lined up with yours. I think that speaks to restrictive diets in general, as you previously mentioned.
I would also like to see more creative recipes involving fish. I've got sauteeing and roasting down, let's mix it up a bit!
Also, it was very cruel of you to go vegan right after I got my sous vide supreme. More sous vide recipes please!!!
i think i'm most sad to learn that the mcdonalds fries are made with animal-based flavorings. didn't we lose the beef tallow-fried fries to appease the vegetarians? now what is the point of using rancid vegetable oil if the vegetarians can't even eat them?!?
@thesteveroller - oh man, now i'm not going to get anything done at work until i read that entire post. so cool!
@will gordon - we bought some at our local key food a few months ago, so i guess they can sell them!
you can also find specialty bitters at the union square wine store, and in some brooklyn ones as well.
i love the timing of this series - i just started my transition on monday to a primal diet. kind of opposite directions, but i've already noticed some similarities between your experience and mine (eating out with friends and explaining the decision come to mind). i'm interested to see how you feel after the month!
came out really nice! i added a little rice wine vinegar at the end for some acidity. would have used lemon juice if i had any!
A little cream, no sugar for most. For really good coffee, I go black.