Archive For July 30, 2016
Pork belly, skin on, scored, and rubbed with spices and herbs. Then rolled up and tied up, then cut into three parts (it is quite rich).
Sateh Babi (pork satay), made old school Indonesian (well, Balinese: with the whole muslim thing, you can pretty much get pork only on Bali) style, spice paste made with mortar and pestle, the meat marinaded in the spice paste, a glaze made with kecap manis (dark soy sauce sweetened with palm sugar and spiced with…
Strawberry shortcake, coming up! http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2014/05/best-quick-and-easy-strawberry-shortcake-recipe.html
Tonight: pork satay (I bought two pork shoulders, so some of it’ll have to end up as pulled pork, I want to experiment with sous vide cooking, and oven/smoker finish, or very coarse ground pork), Indonesian style (which, considering the archipelago is predominantly muslim, means Bali style), perhaps a simple gado gado (mixture of cold…
Deconstructed rice bowl. Pan fried salmon, glazed with homemade teriyaki sauce, finished with some furikake. Served with fresh English cucumber, pickled English cucumber, scallions, and bourbon glazed parsnips (the latter were delivered as a substitute for the daikon radish I had ordered).