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Old 02-23-2006, 10:07 PM   #11
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Well, I said that I was going to show you all the steps, but I lost some of the photos somehow. I think if I don't give my camera enough time that it doesn't get all the photo saved.
-So this first shot is after I have added Teryaki sauce, garlic, ginger, EVOO, Pineapple juice and ground red pepper. After it had boiled a little bit in went the chives.

Next I spread the sesame seeds out after letting them cool. I rinsed the tuna steak and padded it mostly dry. Then I pressed the steak into the seeds. Until all sides had a good coating. I had shots of this but don't know where they went.

-I put my skillet on just a little below high, added EVOO, Let it get good and hot then the tuna went into the pan.

-1 minute in I flipped it.

a minute and 20 seconds later it was out of the pan and onto the bed of rice. Above I stated that I cooked it one minute per side and I cooked all sides. Well I think my pan was hotter tonight because I was done in almost half the time.

-I took the time to deglaze my pan.

After setting the tuna on the rice, I pour the glaze over the tuna and rice.

-Diner is served. I think the total time in the kitchen was about 40 minutes.

Last but not least a good close up of the meal. I think the fish could have come out at about 2 mins.

Hope you enjoy this if you try it. Hopefully the photos help. KitchenElf, I think you would want it about half again as rare, but it was still pretty tastey.
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Old 02-23-2006, 11:51 PM   #12
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hey!!! Now that's what I'm talkin' about!!!!!!!! Nice job! So, when are you coming back to visit? I'll buy - you cook - and I've already got the wine!
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Old 02-24-2006, 12:14 AM   #13
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Whoa... that is a good looking meal! Thank you for sharing your pics...

(and by the way, your dog is adorable!!!)
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Old 02-24-2006, 12:42 AM   #14
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His dog is a huge baby!!! Lays on his tummy with his hind legs spread apart and loves it in front of my refrigerator. If my tiny dog looks too hard at him he simply turns around and walks away. Jackson is the sweetest dog!!!!!
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Old 02-24-2006, 08:28 PM   #15
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Maybe in a couple weeks I will come down and cook for you. I'm sure that we could find something in your kitchen to through a new twist into it.

Jackson is a great dog. I really lucked out. He is a rescue. You would never guess it from looking at him. He was 6 months old when I got him. I didn't get to see him grow up, but I also didn't have to potty train, crate train or teach him to retreive. first time I through a ball he chased it down and brought it back to me. I did have to teach him to drop it.
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Jackson is a great dog. I really lucked out. He is a rescue. You would never guess it from looking at him. He was 6 months old when I got him. I didn't get to see him grow up, but I also didn't have to potty train, crate train or teach him to retreive. first time I through a ball he chased it down and brought it back to me. I did have to teach him to drop it.
What a sweetie... I have a rescue dog. We got him when he was 9 yrs old and he is 14 now. He has made the greatest dog.. already trained and very behaved:



I couldnt resist putting in that photo... its one of my favourites of him. He is my sweet, giant, fluffy, old dog.. love him to bits.

(sorry for going off topic but I love talking about pets as much as I do about cooking!)
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grumblebee - that's an adorable picture!!!!

I will be waiting for that visit kingfisher!!!
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