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It's amazing how much good advice you find here. A headphone site giving advice about kitchenware. I've been in investigation mode about some professional cutlery. I have gleaned enough information to change direction and save resources as well. Good old Head Fi does it again.
Not at the moment, I plan to learn how to in the summer tho
Jajangmyeon - I use deep fried bits of pork belly (boiled first, then air dried in the fridge for a few days; ie, it comes out like thick cracklings) and added only near the end to add a texture variance to the vegetables fried in some of the oil used for the pork stewed in the jajang (the fermented black bean paste-based sauce).
Boiled (to tenderize) then air dried then deep fried spare ribs stewed in jajang, but with fewer and larger cut vegetables.
Hope you don't mind a noob to the site viewing... I'm always looking for new ideas
I cook once per week and then save leftovers. Usually a simple chicken a vegetable meal. Instant pot is amazing!
I've started making my own noodles now.
Every Day just about, I'm as much of a perfectionist in my cooking as I am about music quality, but just like I listen to the old cassettes every now and again sometimes I like to just grab some fast food.
Saturday morning down here so I'm baking bread for brunch tomorrow
LOL... by far the best read on hear... would you wash the dishes that you made??? LOL
Not sure what you mean...we'd either eat the dishes we made or wash down the dishes we made with some beverage.
Do you mean wash the dishes we mess up? Because they on't just be dishes. There are gonna be pans and pots, likely cast iron or carbon steel, plus knives, and these are just at the top of my head of things that need to get personally washed by the owner because you can't just toss these into a dishwasher.
paper plates? lol.... kinda getten off topic... but funny
As someone who pairs beverages to dishes as well as washing my own dishes (and cutlery, cookware, etc), I have to clarify which one.
But yeah I can't imagine anybody who'd personally prefer to cook to not wash their own kitchen mess since practically everyone I know that loves cooking is into equipment that you can't just toss into a dishwasher.