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Old 08-06-2014, 11:03 AM   #1
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Wednesday, Aug 6, Korean's on our plate!

Gochujang pork shoulder steaks, with pickled carrot, seaweed/daikon/cuke salad, spicy scallion and onion salad, and purchased kimchee, with rice. Had been wanting to try this but couldn't find the gochujang so finally ordered it from Amazon, and then found it local 2 days after.

Man, the marinade for the pork looks and smells deadly. Hope I have a stomach left tomorrow.

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Old 08-06-2014, 12:03 PM   #2
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I'm resurrecting an old recipe from 2007 for a pork curry dish with veggies. I don't remember it but was looking for something different so here goes.
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Old 08-06-2014, 09:07 PM   #3
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I was just going to start a dinner thread for today, and thought I better look a little further...found it on page 2.

I had farmer's market goodies this evening. A fresh tomato sandwich on rye, and 2 peaches. The peaches are amazing!
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Old 08-06-2014, 09:17 PM   #4
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Gochujang pork shoulder steaks, with pickled carrot, seaweed/daikon/cuke salad, spicy scallion and onion salad, and purchased kimchee, with rice. Had been wanting to try this but couldn't find the gochujang so finally ordered it from Amazon, and then found it local 2 days after.

Man, the marinade for the pork looks and smells deadly. Hope I have a stomach left tomorrow.
Surprisingly good and, although it did have a cumulative heat effect, a couple of bites of jasmine rice at the end of the meal pretty much took care of that. Never got to the point of pain, just a little nudge from the spice heat. Recipes from the July Bon Appetit, although I did cut down seriously on the salt in the sides and will cut down even further next time.

Craig really enjoyed his belated B-day cake, fresh cherry cake with fresh cherry buttercream frosting. Made a little out of himself. He has a new favorite.
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Old 08-06-2014, 09:44 PM   #5
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Hawaiian here tonight. Well, kinda.

Oven franks stuffed with bacon, on Royal Hawaiian hot dog buns with salsa made with fresh pineapple, red onion, cilantro, fresh diced jalapeno and a healthy dose of Tajin' seasoning. Ono!

We made reservations again for Kauai today for next April. Using air miles we need to book that far ahead. We adore that island. Thought we'd get in the mood.
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Old 08-06-2014, 09:50 PM   #6
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I pan-seared a New York strip steak, sliced it up, and served it with more leftover couscous and fresh bread from the bakery slathered with freshly made pesto topped with diced tomatoes and sprinkled with Parmesan cheese.
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Tonight was kalbi, a quick cucmber kim chee and the ever present two scoops steamed white rice... we like our rice served with Aloha Shoyu and furikake a top ... Now that's ONO~licious my braddahs and sistahs!!
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Old 08-06-2014, 11:13 PM   #8
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Yummy sounding dinners!
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Gochujang pork shoulder steaks, with pickled carrot, seaweed/daikon/cuke salad, spicy scallion and onion salad, and purchased kimchee, with rice. Had been wanting to try this but couldn't find the gochujang so finally ordered it from Amazon, and then found it local 2 days after.

Man, the marinade for the pork looks and smells deadly. Hope I have a stomach left tomorrow.
My partner manufactures gochujang commercially (as well as Korean soy sauce and other condiments) so I always have a ton of it around. It's terrific!
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We had Italian sausages with watermelon mint salad and pan fried potatoes for our main meal at noon.

I had more mac and pepperoni for my light dinner.

The highlight though was splitting our first ever heirloom tomato from our garden. It was so delicious!
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