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Experimenting on foods.

Fifty150

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Pork, seasoned with Kosher salt and curry powder.


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Cooked with vegetables in pork bone stock.


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Sauce made with pork bone stock and coconut cream.


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Fifty150

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Chow Fun

According to The New York Times, it takes an hour.


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According to me, watching stir fry cooks at Chinese restaurants, it takes minutes.

According to Wikipedia, like pizza, there could be "any number of different individual preparations".


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And if you can't find the noodles, there is an Auntie online who shows you how to make the noodle....... which still does not take an hour.







For dinner tonight, I made two versions. My versions. I used ground beef, because that's what I had on hand. If I had steaks, I would have used steak. If I had inside skirt, or flank, then I would have made stir-fry beef.


First up was the noodles, tossed with salad mix, and hamburger patties. Followed by traditional stir fry, with beef. The mountain of meat on top of the noodles could have been slices of stir fry, roast beef, steak, or whatever protein you want. Shrimp and egg is a popular combination.




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Fifty150

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Doesn't everyone use cutlery from a company known to make swords that you hang on the wall?

Amazing how much work you can do with a 3" knife. And no, you don't have to spend $$$ on something endorsed by a celebrity chef.



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