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Sunday, 08 January 2012



Looks great Kirk! Unrelated but I saw fresh Wasabi at Marukai yesterday. $129/lbs! A smaller piece the size of an egg was $15.
I don't know what I was thinking but I just started braising pork belly. Will be another two hours, ha ha. Will be for tomorrow.


that looks yummy and roasty. I've been thinking in terms of eating less meat recently as well, at least for the next month or so. Until Matthew and I shed a few Holiday pounds =) So, this is great inspiration! thanks for posting this recipe!


looks so good! the Missus is so lucky to have a "personal chef" :)


I just adore roasting veggies--any and all sorts. Brings out their natural sweetness. And yes, a nice vinaigrette--or even just a shot or two of balsamic--is a great tart note to add, to play against the sweetness. I've cut way back on the meat consumption too--it's now more a treat when I go out for pho/bun bo Hue/etc. than an everyday thing--and roasted vegetables are a great consolation to a reformed meat-eater who misses that meaty density in their meals.


Hi Dennis - And I thought the price at $99.99 at Nijiya was bad!

Hi Lynnea - I hope you try it out.

Hi Kat - I'll make sure she reads this!

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