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Originally Posted by Argyris View Post

TwinQY likes pineapples. S.O. likes bananas, gawains, and silence. Bowei likes lotion pandas.

 

Me? I like cheese.

 

I like the way you think.....cheese is much better than pineapples or bananas.L3000.gif

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Originally Posted by TwinQY View Post

Have you ever seen a whale wrestler punch through the screen and force feed pineapple into your mouth?

All hypothetical of course.

 

...But cherry tastes like rear end tbh.

And I will certainly not do so hmpf.

 

And you know this how? blink.gifvery_evil_smiley.gif

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Originally Posted by tds101 View Post


I'd luv to see that,...while you cry pineapple tears & sulk in a corner. I'm understated but quite the beast,...ask my bro Achmed.

Besides, cherry, strawberry, blueberries, and raspberries are much higher on the health scale. I would know, as cancer survivors tend to zero in on the real deal. Pineapple doesn't count,... wink.gif

Cherry, strawberry, blueberry, raspberry.....now you're talking! (especially on cheesecake.) *drool*

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ah this thread. Full of fun people duggehsmile.png

post #3978 of 11243
There's far too many types of cheese to even start down that road! I don't know the names - I just put it on the cracker, take a bite, then take a drink from the wine glass. Repeat until the dining room is open.

I love sushi, but I'm not very adventurous with my selections. I love salmon & all types of toro, and good scallops - but I don't really like unagi or most of the other types of fish. Every time I think about trying something new, I start thinking about how much I love salmon - and I just fall back on what I know. I also like the simple tourist rolls - like a California roll wrapped in salmon and drizzled with eel sauce, or a lobster roll with spicy mayo.
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Originally Posted by billybob_jcv View Post

I also like the simple tourist rolls - like a California roll wrapped in salmon and drizzled with eel sauce, or a lobster roll with spicy mayo.

 

Ahh... you like fusion sushi.  Okay, next time you're in my neck of the woods, we need to get you a BMCR at the local dive near me.  It's baked scallop, salmon, whitefish, mushroom, crab and sweet eel sauce on top of a california roll.  No pineapple.

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Originally Posted by warrenpchi View Post

Ahh... you like fusion sushi.  Okay, next time you're in my neck of the woods, we need to get you a BMCR at the local dive near me.  It's baked scallop, salmon, whitefish, mushroom, crab and sweet eel sauce on top of a california roll.  No pineapple.

Sounds great!! I prefer no cucumber in the California roll... biggrin.gif

My favorite scene from "Defending Your Life"


Edited by billybob_jcv - 3/27/13 at 7:15am
post #3981 of 11243
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Originally Posted by warrenpchi View Post

 

Ahh... you like fusion sushi.  Okay, next time you're in my neck of the woods, we need to get you a BMCR at the local dive near me.  It's baked scallop, salmon, whitefish, mushroom, crab and sweet eel sauce on top of a california roll.  No pineapple.

 

That sounded really good until I reached mushroom. I don't have anything against mushrooms, but I remember having a piece of sushi with mushroom--it was just a strip of mushroom over rice wrapped with seaweed, rather than a roll--and I wasn't particularly impressed with it. Maybe with the eel sauce it would improve.

 

Speaking of which, do you (or anybody else reading) have a clue what's in sweet eel sauce? It's one of my favorite sauces, and it seems to be reasonably standardized everywhere I've had it, so there's a definite basic set of ingredients and preparation involved. I've never managed to make anything even approaching it in flavor.

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Originally Posted by Argyris View Post

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Originally Posted by warrenpchi View Post

Ahh... you like fusion sushi.  Okay, next time you're in my neck of the woods, we need to get you a BMCR at the local dive near me.  It's baked scallop, salmon, whitefish, mushroom, crab and sweet eel sauce on top of a california roll.  No pineapple.

That sounded really good until I reached mushroom. I don't have anything against mushrooms, but I remember having a piece of sushi with mushroom--it was just a strip of mushroom over rice wrapped with seaweed, rather than a roll--and I wasn't particularly impressed with it. Maybe with the eel sauce it would improve.

Speaking of which, do you (or anybody else reading) have a clue what's in sweet eel sauce? It's one of my favorite sauces, and it seems to be reasonably standardized everywhere I've had it, so there's a definite basic set of ingredients and preparation involved. I've never managed to make anything even approaching it in flavor.
1. Eel
2. Sugar
3. Water

At least, that's how us horse-folk make it.
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Originally Posted by AHorseNamedJeff View Post

1. Eel
2. Sugar
3. Water

At least, that's how us horse-folk make it.


The sauce goes on the eel, but the eel does not go in the sauce...
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Why didn't you say so!
1. Sugar
2. Super-secret ingrediant
3. Water

And I believe gentlemen, that is how its done.
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I always thought teriyaki ingredients (soy sauce, mirin, sugar) were involved, though I've never had much success with it myself. As with most things in cooking, I imagine the issue isn't ingredients, but proportions.

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I was always under the impression that all the sauces (unagi, ponzu, spicy mayo, etc) as well as the sushi rice, were all a little different from restaurant to restaurant because they are a point of pride of the sushi chef. If the chef is getting his sauce out of a jug, it's probably time to find a different sushi bar! tongue.gif
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9 posts? Too quiet. Or are we waiting for april fools :3

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I LOVE cheese, especially cheesecake.

A good blue vein or stilton is nice with lavosh crackers.....  and pineapple.

 

Has anyone here tried a bowl of vanilla icecream with about 6 to 8 drops of terriyaki sauce stirred in?

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Originally Posted by wink View Post

I LOVE cheese, especially cheesecake.

A good blue vein or stilton is nice with lavosh crackers.....  and pineapple.

 

Has anyone here tried a bowl of vanilla icecream with about 6 to 8 drops of terriyaki sauce stirred in?

go by me again? That sounds pretty good now that I think about it. 

 

O chessecake... I need to eat one of those. Forgotten the taste. 

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Originally Posted by billybob_jcv View Post

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Originally Posted by warrenpchi View Post

Ahh... you like fusion sushi.  Okay, next time you're in my neck of the woods, we need to get you a BMCR at the local dive near me.  It's baked scallop, salmon, whitefish, mushroom, crab and sweet eel sauce on top of a california roll.  No pineapple.


Sounds great!! I prefer no cucumber in the California roll... biggrin.gif

My favorite scene from "Defending Your Life"

 

No cucumber, I gotcha.  Guessing you feel similarly about a wide variety of melons?

 

And you like Defending Your Life?!?!?!  I never thought I'd meet another soul that did!  We needs to be the brothas from another mothas.

 

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Originally Posted by warrenpchi View Post

Ahh... you like fusion sushi.  Okay, next time you're in my neck of the woods, we need to get you a BMCR at the local dive near me.  It's baked scallop, salmon, whitefish, mushroom, crab and sweet eel sauce on top of a california roll.  No pineapple.

 

That sounded really good until I reached mushroom. I don't have anything against mushrooms, but I remember having a piece of sushi with mushroom--it was just a strip of mushroom over rice wrapped with seaweed, rather than a roll--and I wasn't particularly impressed with it. Maybe with the eel sauce it would improve.

 

Speaking of which, do you (or anybody else reading) have a clue what's in sweet eel sauce? It's one of my favorite sauces, and it seems to be reasonably standardized everywhere I've had it, so there's a definite basic set of ingredients and preparation involved. I've never managed to make anything even approaching it in flavor.

 

Hmm, outside of the mellow smoky/earthy flavor that mushrooms impart, I think the bulk of the experience is textural.  Maybe they give you a particularly limp bit of fungus?  How do you feel about enoki?

 

Hmm, I have no idea what might be in eel sauce, though I'd hazard a guess that there aren't any eels in it (like oyster sauce).

 


 

BTW guys, if you're ever looking to try a fabulous cheesecake, I happen to have a coffee & Kahlua cheesecake recipe that has always been a big hit whenever I've made it.  Remind me to dig it out and post it if you guys ever want to try it out.

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