wagyu rib eye with mesclun salad and banana flan (1 of the world's most expensive beef: aka kobe beef) wagyu is a cattle breed. during the ancient times, these cows from kobe, japan were hanged so their muscles wont harden, giving a very soft meat. with special diets of beer and barley.
@ baboinsky sir your shrimp is overcooked. when cooking your yang chow, cook the shrimp separately then set aside. (saute shelled shrimp for a minute only) then put it back just before turning the flame off...
yukon sir thanks for that compliment (i'd rather say that kaysa suggestion, right?) have so many things to learn pa. (different cuisines, management aspect) so itl a long way to go. but anyway, im doing some small delivery business on my menus and have been on trial for my menus for friends and families (in short, libre patikim) hehehe. hopefully if there will an EB for PinoyMTBiker, i can bring samples hehehe
base: trimmings of fish (bones, belly, tails) rough cuts of: 100 gm onion 300 gm potatoes 100 onion leeks 1 pack tomato paste 100 ml white wine fennel seeds orange rinds saffron (expensive @ 150pesos/gram) 5 liters water
saute onions, leeks, potatoes add fish trimmings add tomato paste stir until paste is cooked deglaze with white wine add water put rind, fennel and saffron reduce by almost a half let cool put in a blender and osterize extract juice (will serve as your base soup)
cubed lean fish meat (salmon, cod, seabass, tuna) clams (halaan) tahong prawn (shelled and deveined) white wine tarragon leaves salt/pepper
saute safoods, deglaze with white wine add tarragon spicy it up with salt pepper
arrange in seafoods in a soup bowl add soup base add basil oil (cooking oil + basil, osterized and strained) ok lng kahit wala but its worth the effort to make one...
Instead of bread crumbs or yeast with egg or some ready made fried chicken coating try pancake powder as you're breading...I tried it once and do it every time I fry a chicken... I promise you'll love the smell and taste of it...
here it goes, boil the chicken. let it cook for 5-10 minutes. prepare the pancake powder while waiting for the chicken. if the chicken is soft enough for you, take them out from the boiling water and transfer it to cold one...heat pan, put vegetable oil or any cooking oil available...after heating the oil, cover your chicken with your pancake powder and fry them...wait till it's golden brown...there you have it...
note: fry it in a medium flame so the cooking slows down...and never cover the pan
@ sir arci we can eat foods that has high liquid content. it is bec there are lots of fluids that are lost. we can also eat fruits high in liquid content. just dont eat to much foods high in carbo for they are hardly digestible after a long ride... hope these few thoughts help...
thank you sir. hopefully you knew some moroccans and arabs (for hummus) there. i wanted recipes from the natives, so it is perpared tradionally. eggplant and chickpea hummus are the only i have tasted. pls ask for more recipe. tia
oniechan: sir @anthrax,..mtb groupset sana..
Feb 4, 2019 15:58:04 GMT 8
anthrax76: oniechan, pwede naman killer lang kasi sa SRAM yung presyo, he he.
Feb 5, 2019 1:00:41 GMT 8
strand: Nalulungkot pa rin ako when people diss on mtb users sa road. Wala, just stumbled upon a thread in socmed.
Feb 9, 2019 21:39:47 GMT 8
anarki: Namiss ko kayo. Wala na kamig wifi ng ilang bwan. Hehehe
Feb 10, 2019 7:22:33 GMT 8
anthrax76: strand, they diss mtb users on what grounds? dahil dapat pang bundok? riding speed? nakakalat sa kalsada?
Feb 10, 2019 8:07:54 GMT 8
strand: anthrax76 dapat pang bundok. same sh*t, diff day. started off when somebody bought an RS Tk30 fork. pero di naman daw gagamitin sa bundok. may pic kasi sya sa road.
Feb 10, 2019 20:24:09 GMT 8
strand: what can the guy do, if for example, wala naman syang truck get to the trails? kung padyak to trails siya? etc. some people, really.
Feb 10, 2019 20:26:09 GMT 8
anthrax76: yeah well, sa mga ganyan ang sagot ko lang is 1) enough ang kalsada ng maynila para matagtag ka parang sa trail 2) tama ka, eh by the time makarating ako sa trails, laspag na ako dahil wala akong sasakyan maliban sa bike.
Feb 11, 2019 0:18:06 GMT 8
anthrax76: 3) affordable transport ang mtb vs rb.
Feb 11, 2019 0:18:25 GMT 8
strand: At para sa limited ang budget, mtb is the more practical option for recreational riding. Masaya nga pag maraming naka-mtb.
Feb 11, 2019 0:26:45 GMT 8
simplej0ys: pakitaan mo pa ng mas maraming picture ng MTB riders na nasa kalsada para gumanda araw niya! hahahaha
Feb 11, 2019 7:56:57 GMT 8
konablack: the problem with most roadies i encounter on the streets is that they will try to race with you as much as possible (target practice kumbaga), i just encountered one this morning, nung nalagpasan nya ako, sabi nya "holi", saka ko lang nagets na 'huli' pala
Feb 11, 2019 11:08:56 GMT 8
konablack: di rin natin masisisi yun iba kasi may mga MTB users na may attitude, walang harmony sa kalsada, karamihan nag uunahan
Feb 11, 2019 11:20:54 GMT 8
strand: OK. Di ko pa na-experience yung may biglang kumarera sa akin when I am on the road. weird siguro ng feeling? ...ay teka, mabagal pala ako. hahaha, auto-loser.
Feb 11, 2019 23:55:09 GMT 8
gat3keeper: Peeps .. oks pa ba bumili 26er na old model ?
Feb 12, 2019 6:58:29 GMT 8
konablack: gat3keeper for me it's a yes as long as it serves its purpose, ang titignan mo lang ay yung possibility ng upgrading kasi magiging mahirap mag hanap ng parts if ever mag aupgrade ka na (just my opinion)
Feb 12, 2019 7:05:33 GMT 8
anthrax76: gat3keeper, as long as may available parts pa sa area mo (tires, tubes, rims) all is good. hassle lang naman kapag walang mabili.
Feb 12, 2019 9:05:47 GMT 8
gat3keeper: Sir Anthrax, nawala na yung folding bike thread?
Feb 14, 2019 11:28:12 GMT 8
anthrax76: hmm...actually dehins ko alam kung meron ngang thread
Feb 16, 2019 22:17:38 GMT 8
anthrax76: wala sa search?
Feb 16, 2019 22:17:43 GMT 8