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Steak boiled in 300 degree butter - Korean street food

Stormsinger says...

Interesting video, especially considering that I had my first Korean street food just a few days ago. Like every other Korean dish I've tried, the Korean corn dogs were delicious.

This buttersteak isn't a dish I'd expect to become a favorite, but I'd sure like to try it.

Deer Park - Nara Japan 奈良鹿公園

Stormsinger says...

I do love the way they've learned to bow. But this isn't really a joke, they are -incredibly- prolific and do a tremendous amount of damage to parks and greenbelts now that they have no predators thinning the herds.

Rabbit tries a lemon

Why North Carolina Can't Solve Its Hog Poop Problem

Stormsinger says...

As long as industries are allowed to leave their crap for others to clean up, nothing is going to change. Ideally, every manufacturer should be required to clean up every bit of pollutant they produce. At a bare minimum, they -have- to be held accountable for that which they have obviously caused.

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Hand made Fried Eggs by Indian street food vendor

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Crawfish Agriculture in the South

Stormsinger says...

Surprised myself by getting caught up in this and watching the entire show. It's a far cry from the crawfish boils my extended family would have in the Black Hills. We kids would spend several days catching crawfish one at a time until we had a washtub or two full. Then they'd disappear in an hour or so of feasting.

For some reason (likely suspicious water quality) we never did the same her in the Kansas City area.

Eating The Spiciest Noodles in the World

Stormsinger says...

I don't have the slightest sympathy for the morons who do this. They'd be doing us all a favor if they'd turn themselves in for sterilization.

Fastest felafel wrap maker

Stormsinger says...

I'm not sure about the shape, but apparently the flavor is really good. If it weren't, he probably would have had the need to develop this kind of speed.

Personally, I'd pay a bit more for a more artistic preparation. But I'm not sure how many people would.

artician said:

That... looks like a fucking mess. I wonder what shape the falafel is in when it's time to eat it?

Alton Brown reviews kitchen gadgets

Stormsinger says...

My wife and I -love- pulled pork, so I make it fairly often. I rate the claws just below my Aeropress (bought on Dag's recommendation, with never a regret), for value. The only reason they're below is that I use them once a month, instead of several times a day.

May be the best $9 I ever spent.

newtboy said:

I have had the same soreness issue after a session of pulling my pork with a fork, but I hadn't discovered that ninja claws could simplify the job.

...And as for Rollie, who knew there was a market for limp egg breakfast dildos?

Alton Brown reviews kitchen gadgets

Stormsinger says...

I flat out disagree with him on the meat shredders. I made my pulled pork with a fork for at least two years before I stumbled over the claws. And every single time, it took about 30 minutes to do 5 pounds, and I suffered from the shredding equivalent of writer's cramp. With the claws, that same five pounds takes around 7-8 pain-free minutes. They're a bargain.

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