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48 minutes ago, Double Mocha Man said:

Lots of garlic and anchovy paste in the dressing.

YES! authentic caesar dressing is the best. 

To me, it's like making authentic carbonara. 

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3 minutes ago, saevel25 said:

YES! authentic caesar dressing is the best. 

To me, it's like making authentic carbonara. 

😄 My breath is smelling better today...

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9 hours ago, saevel25 said:

Finally bought myself an Air Fryer. It will be showing up Saturday. Looking forward to experiment with what I can do with it. I like it has a dehydrator function. I know a local farm that sells really good beef. 

Dehydrating takes such a long time. Air fryers are great at doing good things fast though. Burgers, steaks even…

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11 hours ago, saevel25 said:

Finally bought myself an Air Fryer. It will be showing up Saturday. Looking forward to experiment with what I can do with it. I like it has a dehydrator function. I know a local farm that sells really good beef. 

I have a food dehydrator. I bought extra racks for it, too. It takes a bit of time so to me it’s not worth doing in small batches.

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Wow. You can air fry eggs. 
 

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Get Air Fryer Hard-Boiled Eggs Recipe from Food Network

 

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34 minutes ago, nevets88 said:

Wow. You can air fry eggs. 
 

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Get Air Fryer Hard-Boiled Eggs Recipe from Food Network

 

Air fryers are just small convection ovens. Anything you can cook in a convection oven you can cook in an air fryer.

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We have the Frigidaire Air Fryer Oven. One thing to be careful of is smoke. We did wings a 400 as some recipes suggested and it created a lot of smoke from the grease. We did it at a lower temp 375, and it was much better. Air fryers are more efficient due to the higher air velocity, so you may need to experiment with temperatures.

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So, what is an ingredient you love that you think isn't well known by others that you think others might like? 

For me, it is Kimchi. I never like sauerkraut, but there is something about Kimchi, and it is probably the spiciness of it, but I love Kimchi. I eat it almost daily. It works so well with a lot of dished. How people would throw sriracha on eggs, a side of Kimchi is delicious. I will just cook up a steak and eat it with a side of Kimchi. It goes great is soups where you want a bit of spiciness. It probably would be great on a hamburger, hot dog, pizza. Anywhere you want to put hot sauce? It does add a bit of fermented taste to food, but so can some types of hot sauce. I just think it is a very versatile ingredient, that is also very healthy for you. It checks a lot of boxes for me. 

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On 8/8/2022 at 10:58 PM, saevel25 said:

YES! authentic caesar dressing is the best. 

To me, it's like making authentic carbonara. 

Agree completely on proper homemade Caesar dressing, lots of garlic and real anchovies.  And agree.on the carbonara, mac and cheese for adults!

 

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43 minutes ago, DaveP043 said:

Agree completely on proper homemade Caesar dressing, lots of garlic and real anchovies.  And agree.on the carbonara, mac and cheese for adults!

People do not like anchovies, a few substitutes would be Worcestershire Sauce, Fish Sauce, Miso Paste, and Capers. 

Yep, true carbonara is fantastic. Note, true carbonara does not have any dairy in it. 

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3 hours ago, saevel25 said:

Note, true carbonara does not have any dairy in it. 

It's got cheese in it, but yeah, I have seen cream added in some recipes.

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5 minutes ago, Darkfrog said:

It's got cheese in it, but yeah, I have seen cream added in some recipes.

That is fair. When I think dairy, I usually think of milk, cream, half & half. 

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I highly recommend the Netflix series Chef's Table. Sometimes an entire season is based on one food. Like the latest season is all on Pizza. If you like stories about people, food history, food, and cooking I recommend this series. 

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1 hour ago, saevel25 said:

I highly recommend the Netflix series Chef's Table. Sometimes an entire season is based on one food. Like the latest season is all on Pizza. If you like stories about people, food history, food, and cooking I recommend this series. 

I’ve enjoyed every season so far but season 1 is my favorite, particularly the profiles of Magnus Nilsson, Francis Mallmann, and Massimo Bottura, three of my favorite chefs.

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Made some chili noodles tonight. Udon Noodles, Garlic, Ginger, Green Onion, Ground Pork. Sauce: Soy Sauce, Oyster Sauce, Gochugaru, Rice Vinegar 

Very tasty 🙂

Also trying making Kimchi for the first time. Still has a few days to go. 

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29 minutes ago, saevel25 said:

Made some chili noodles tonight. Udon Noodles, Garlic, Ginger, Green Onion, Ground Pork. Sauce: Soy Sauce, Oyster Sauce, Gochugaru, Rice Vinegar 

Very tasty 🙂

Also trying making Kimchi for the first time. Still has a few days to go. 

Sounds very, very tasty! Guessing a picture wouldn't do it justice.

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