French Press, 1:16 (coarse ground:water), 5-6min brew time, served with a wee bit of sugar.
Coppelia - always open & never fail.
At the restaurant I work at, and like most restaurants, they use the cheaper ingredients and leftovers to make a substantial and delicious meal. But something that's quick, low maintenance like a stew or roast chicken, rice, pasta or bread and a salad is a winner!
Not quite a technique per se but a mise en place / organization / cleanliness.
If not, a sharp knife!
Hainanese Chicken Rice, Naturally.
Charles' Country Pan Fried Chicken in Harlem, NYC. Made with Love & Soul!
Nice brief overview but prices would've helped.
Sir Alton Brown
Kimchi-Chocolate-Bacon-Wasabi Ice Cream.
Did you mean to repeat the 2tbspn mirin twice?
GALBIJJIM - slowly braised short ribs in soy concoction. Tastes better as the days go by...
Flank - flavorful and economical!
Plenty water + coconut water, then yoga! Then a big bowl of pho or any spicy brothy bowl of sum'n!
Sam Gyup Sal - simply pork belly fried on a grill then dipped in salt and sesame oil then eaten wrapped in lettuce with rice, ssam sauce and kimchi!
French Toast, Fruits, Maple Syrup and a side of Bacon, please!
Oatmeal Stout with any fruity cheese/cheese studded with fruits = taste like oatmeal raisin cookies!
Pork Belly Sandwich (with extra crispy fatty parts!) with apple sauce at Borough Market, London.
Crisp Top Chocolate Brownie with Raspberry Jam Filling.
Congee with a dash of soy, runny egg, pickles and a braised piece of meat!
A heart bowl of melting Char Siu (crispy roast pork belly slices) ramen in Hokkaido Island, Japan - especially better after a long walk in the cool autumn in the mountains with the family!
there's a face to those hands!
Ratatouille: when the critic reacts to the food he just ate - zooming back into his childhood, in that nostalgic light - then back into the timeless, blissful gaze of now.
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