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    we had a pork and ginger stir fry with brown rice and broccoli... then some pizza and a shit ton of coffee

    this morning I made some pretty awesome blueberry muffins
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    we didn't have peas so i did lima beans instead, still delicious though,
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    we had a pork and ginger stir fry with brown rice and broccoli... then some pizza and a shit ton of coffee

    this morning I made some pretty awesome blueberry muffins
    that sound awesome pork after lamb and duck is my favorite kind of meat
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    that sound awesome pork after lamb and duck is my favorite kind of meat
    I love lamb and duck! I grew up on a farm and we raised both there (and pigs as well...)... what's funny is that I never really liked pork until I was in my 20s and started cooking it myself... everyone when I was growing up tended to overcook it until it was dry for fear that it would poison them or something... I tend to cook almost everything over a high heat, so I make delicious pork
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    I love lamb and duck! I grew up on a farm and we raised both there (and pigs as well...)... what's funny is that I never really liked pork until I was in my 20s and started cooking it myself... everyone when I was growing up tended to overcook it until it was dry for fear that it would poison them or something... I tend to cook almost everything over a high heat, so I make delicious pork
    I found a recipe for peking duck I'm going to make sometime. I love peking duck
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    I found a recipe for peking duck I'm going to make sometime. I love peking duck
    oooh... I made peking duck a few times in college... if it's done right the skin is wonderfully crispy

    I applied a few techniques to roasting chickens from roasting ducks
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    oooh... I made peking duck a few times in college... if it's done right the skin is wonderfully crispy

    I applied a few techniques to roasting chickens from roasting ducks
    we have a grocery store in area of town full of asian refugees and mexicans so you can get duck there for really cheap as well as anything you could imagine for mexican or asian cooking
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    we have a grocery store in area of town full of asian refugees and mexicans so you can get duck there for really cheap as well as anything you could imagine for mexican or asian cooking
    sounds like my neighborhood! that's where I always go to pick up spices to cook with because they are much more reasonably priced there than they are at the grocery store...
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    sounds like my neighborhood! that's where I always go to pick up spices to cook with because they are much more reasonably priced there than they are at the grocery store...
    you get more cilantro than you know what to do with for like $0.40 there it's awesome
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    you get more cilantro than you know what to do with for like $0.40 there it's awesome
    not to mention types of fruit that you've never tried before! though sometimes after trying them you aren't sure that it was a good idea in the first place
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