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  1. #10831
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    Hakarta ramen pork bone liquid stock I imported from Tokyo.

    Roasted pork shoulder in tonkatsu sauce.

    Seaweed, poached egg, ramen noodles, fried chestnut mushrooms, toasted black sesame, sesame oil, soy sauce, fresh chilli, spring onions etc etc.

    Good.

  2. #10832
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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    Hakarta ramen pork bone liquid stock I imported from Tokyo.

    Roasted pork shoulder in tonkatsu sauce.

    Seaweed, poached egg, ramen noodles, fried chestnut mushrooms, toasted black sesame, sesame oil, soy sauce, fresh chilli, spring onions etc etc.

    Good.
    That looks ace. Impressed with the import!

    I went through a real infatuation with Japanese food from my late teens and early twenties.

    There was very little by way of resources available then, I used to have to get on a train from Liverpool to either Manchester or London to find Japanese shops with ingredients like Kombu and Katsuobushi.

    Its fantastic that we can get ingredients now to try out pretty much anything that interests us.


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  3. #10833
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    Quote Originally Posted by mightymonoped View Post
    That looks ace. Impressed with the import!

    I went through a real infatuation with Japanese food from my late teens and early twenties.

    There was very little by way of resources available then, I used to have to get on a train from Liverpool to either Manchester or London to find Japanese shops with ingredients like Kombu and Katsuobushi.

    Its fantastic that we can get ingredients now to try out pretty much anything that interests us.


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    Yes.

    I had been watching a lot of YT videos on Japanese ramen restaurants. Perplexed by their pork based stocks, I had to try something from "the source".

    To a large extent I am surprised. I was expecting something far more spicy. This isn't that. It's just a very high quality pork bone stock, reduced by a lot.

    The key is to know how much water to add as there are no decipherable instructions. I think I added about 15% too much water at a guess.

    I wish such quality stocks were made here. There's nothing as good in the supermarkets I have found. Knorr liquid stocks are a joke by comparison.

    I have 9 sachets left. It's not cheap and took about 6 weeks to arrive! About 1.50 per sachet.

    I made the recipe for the ramen up with what I had on hand. For some reason I would say spring onions in this was wrong. Also, coriander would be, too.

  4. #10834
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    Quote Originally Posted by mightymonoped View Post
    Home made Char Siu Pork with stir fry rice.

    Used shoulder of pork and it was bloody lovely.
    Marinated for about 36 hours

    Loads left over to use up.
    Bet that was delicious, could eat the lot in one sitting though

  5. #10835
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy S View Post
    Bet that was delicious, could eat the lot in one sitting though
    that pic was only two of the smaller pieces cut up.


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  6. #10836
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    Dauphinoise potatoes and an Aberdeen Angus fillet burger.

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    A nice garlicky cassoulet for later



    served

    Last edited by Roy S; 19-01-2021 at 19:13.

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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    Dauphinoise potatoes and an Aberdeen Angus fillet burger.

    Oh, noice... Love the charring on the burger

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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    Hakarta ramen pork bone liquid stock I imported from Tokyo.

    Roasted pork shoulder in tonkatsu sauce.

    Seaweed, poached egg, ramen noodles, fried chestnut mushrooms, toasted black sesame, sesame oil, soy sauce, fresh chilli, spring onions etc etc.

    Good.
    Quality, as usual when you do these types of dishes

    Not sure you have to import anything like that now though, if you have a good Asian shop near. In 'normal times' we go to a big one in Liverpool.

    Marco.
    Main System

    Turntable: Heavily-modified Technics SL-1210MK5G [Mike New bearing/ETP platter/Paul Hynes SR7 PSU & reg mods]. Funk Firm APM Achromat/Nagaoka GL-601 Crystal Record Weight/Isonoe feet & boots/Ortofon RS-212D/Denon DL-103GL in Denon PCL-300 headshell with Funk Firm Houdini/Kondo SL-115 pure-silver cartridge leads.

    Paul Hynes MC head amp/SR5 PSU. Also modded Lentek head amp/Denon AU-310 SUT.

    Other Cartridges: Nippon Columbia (NOS 1987) Denon DL-103. USA-made Shure SC35C with NOS stylus. Goldring G820 with NOS stylus. Shure M55E with NOS stylus.

    CD Player: Audiocom-modified Sony X-777ES/DAS-R1 DAC.

    Tape Deck: Tandberg TCD 310, fully restored and recalibrated as new, by RDE, plus upgraded with heads from a TCD-420.

    Preamps: Heavily-modified Croft Charisma-X. LDR Stereo Coffee. Power Amps: Tube Distinctions Copper Amp fitted with Tungsol KT-150s. Quad 306.

    Cables & Sundries: Mark Grant HDX1 interconnects and digital coaxial cable, plus Mark Grant 6mm UP-LCOFC Van Damme speaker cable. MCRU 'Ultimate' mains leads. Lehmann clone headphone amp with vintage Koss PRO-4AAA headphones.

    Tube Distinctions digital noise filter. VPI HW16.5 record cleaning machine.

    Speakers: Tannoy 15MGs in Lockwood cabinets with modified crossovers. 1967 Celestion Ditton 15.


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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    That looks damn tasty. I do like pork that way
    Delish, Tony - and well executed, as usual!

    Marco.
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    Paul Hynes MC head amp/SR5 PSU. Also modded Lentek head amp/Denon AU-310 SUT.

    Other Cartridges: Nippon Columbia (NOS 1987) Denon DL-103. USA-made Shure SC35C with NOS stylus. Goldring G820 with NOS stylus. Shure M55E with NOS stylus.

    CD Player: Audiocom-modified Sony X-777ES/DAS-R1 DAC.

    Tape Deck: Tandberg TCD 310, fully restored and recalibrated as new, by RDE, plus upgraded with heads from a TCD-420.

    Preamps: Heavily-modified Croft Charisma-X. LDR Stereo Coffee. Power Amps: Tube Distinctions Copper Amp fitted with Tungsol KT-150s. Quad 306.

    Cables & Sundries: Mark Grant HDX1 interconnects and digital coaxial cable, plus Mark Grant 6mm UP-LCOFC Van Damme speaker cable. MCRU 'Ultimate' mains leads. Lehmann clone headphone amp with vintage Koss PRO-4AAA headphones.

    Tube Distinctions digital noise filter. VPI HW16.5 record cleaning machine.

    Speakers: Tannoy 15MGs in Lockwood cabinets with modified crossovers. 1967 Celestion Ditton 15.


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