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8/21/07 9:00 PM
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samichlaus
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Short ribs! yum! That what I had last night. Got them at Costco. They were flanken style though.
8/21/07 9:02 PM
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FCTV808
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yah, i prefer the other way too, but somehow the koreans think this way is better. whatever, i'm beefed up right now and gotta go train in 30min. oh no...
8/21/07 9:11 PM
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Edited: 21-Aug-07
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Fantastic. Your gee-tar has a nice mellow sound. The ending was great, I'd buy an album with compositions like that.
8/21/07 9:13 PM
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FCTV808
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thx sporkticus. i'll try to finish that song for you guys. i think the new guitar is inspiring me to write again. wow.
8/22/07 1:41 AM
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samichlaus
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The ending was great, I'd buy an album with compositions like that. Sporkticus is correct, I'll buy an album too.
8/22/07 2:42 AM
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FCTV808
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wow, that gives me incentive to make it. you guys get it free, but you'll have to sign a waiver first in case your ears explode, or you turn ghey.
8/22/07 3:36 AM
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Moke
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Dude, that guitar sounds great, seriously. I turned ghey immediately. Now you'll spend triple the amount of time practicing than usual. Sometimes that in itself is worth a purchase.

...and that kalbi looks awesome. I love that style, cuz you can chew off the cartilage in a single large chunk and crunchew it up. Yums!
8/22/07 3:37 AM
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FCTV808
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moke, thanks for helping out tonight at practice. ouch
8/22/07 3:40 AM
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Moke
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Thanks for letting me sit in...though it's only ouch if someone misses the pad. Let me know anytime you're in need for someone to hold pads.
8/22/07 3:42 AM
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saturday again. oh man. :)
8/22/07 7:53 PM
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Tonight, I made some heart-attack pork loin on the rotisserie...

First, I made the brine:



After soaking for about 6 hours, I wrapped the mutha fucka up in bacon...



On the rotisserie it went...



The finished product - I removed the bacon before serving, because some of it was still pretty limp, which is gross....







I'm starting up a blog where I'll have the detailed recipe and shit by tomorrow- http://cr1chard.blogspot.com
8/22/07 7:54 PM
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samichlaus
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awesome!
8/22/07 8:21 PM
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Looks great!! What kind of marinade did you use?
8/22/07 9:31 PM
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CR1chard
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Kickass Brine

4 cups water
1/2 cup sugar
1/4 cup kosher salt
1/2 red onion, sliced thinly
4 cloves of garlic, crushed up
2 oz of whiskey or bourbon
2 TBsp. of maple syrup
approx. 8 whole cloves
approx. 20 whole peppercorns (I used a mix of white, black, green, and red)
2 sticks of cinnamon, snapped in pieces
1 inch piece of ginger, sliced into smaller pieces

Bring it all to a boil to make sure the salt and sugar are well combined, then throw it in the fridge to cool it down before adding the pork.
8/22/07 9:34 PM
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Moke
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Throw some dill and cukes in there and you'll have kick-ass pickles! j/k ;)
8/22/07 9:56 PM
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blog is up with more pics
8/22/07 10:17 PM
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FCTV808
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nice one cr1chard!
8/22/07 10:49 PM
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vomits..
8/23/07 1:56 AM
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I think I got a bad taste for Kimchi because I ate the shit at the chow hall on base in Camp Casey, South Korea when I was in the army. It was horrible but the Korean soldiers that served with us (KATUSA'S) said that it wasn't very good either and Koreans made it much better. Seriously though, if you eat a bunch of this shit you'll reak of it when you sweat. I did PT with these Koreans for a year and they always smelled like Kimchi when they worked out. They said Americans smelled like milk though. Great thread, anyone here like Thai cooking? I can throw together a mean chicken red curry and my girl makes killer pad thai.
8/23/07 3:12 AM
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Moke
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Thai is bomb. lol, chicks ALWAYS love and order the pad thai. My theory is because it's so damn sweet. Here's the best 8 bucks I've spent in a long time. At the moment, I have only a propane grill, and I've been very unhappy with it. At best, it's ok for cooking chicken en mass. But the other day while in Ross, I see this this 18 inch long, heavy cast iron griddle. I have an idea, and I grab it. I go to my grill and remove the heat dispersion/shield thing, and allow the burners to be directly exposed. Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket Then I put the rack back in and set my new griddle on top of it. Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket I turn everything on full blast and let it pre-heat with the lid closed. I wasn't confident it would get hot enough though. In the meantime I prepared some chuck eye's, or what I like to call, "samis" (because he turned me on to these cuts). Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket Then I set about to cooking... Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket Turns out the fucker got more than hot enough, in fact I was starting to burn them and had to start controlling the heat. But at least I know now I can make cast iron goodness on the propane grill and not have to mess up my kitchen, woohoo!
8/23/07 3:36 AM
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so will top ramen, cole slaw, a raw egg and a slice of cheese be the same?
8/23/07 4:40 AM
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Everything Moke makes on the grills looks fantastic. I'm just sorry I live in a country where owning a grill is good for 2-3 months every summer at a max.
8/23/07 4:47 AM
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"so will top ramen, cole slaw, a raw egg and a slice of cheese be the same?" no sir, it won't be. altofsky, go for it, but really those are some pretty shabby recordings. you might want to check out the professional recording of those songs and download them. ozzie kotani's "paka ua" cd: tracks 4 and 5 raymond kane for "waioke ani ani" tommy solomon "old timer's hula" the auld lang syne was mine sonny lim's "punahele" "kawailele o nuuanu" is by ozzie, but no recording of that arrangement is anywhere i'll video my original that i'm working on when i finish that. but there r a ton of better slack key players in hawaii. i'm just a little guy (if anybody) here. auryte!
8/23/07 8:36 AM
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The cast iron griddle on the grill looks like a good idea. I'm gonna have to try that too.
8/23/07 11:07 AM
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samichlaus
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woo-hoo!

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