Joiny's Kitchen

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Re: Joiny's Kitchen

Postby SirDickusBacillus on Fri Nov 29, 2013 3:00 pm

Dahmer oysters or just plain ol Tuesday?
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Re: Joiny's Kitchen

Postby moolooman on Fri Nov 29, 2013 3:06 pm

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Re: Joiny's Kitchen

Postby hakubamura on Wed Dec 04, 2013 10:07 am

Oh! Rammstein.... du...du hast... du hast mich.
I would like to live in Germany. Wife is too scared of their language though.

"Tell me a little more about living in a country with a 'hard-to-learn-language'.

Tonight I will cook beans on tomato sauce, adding chopped onions, loads of garlic, balsamic vinegar, olive oil and a generous amount of BAAAAHHHICOOOON!
As I am selling my furniture, is getting boring cooking. This weekend I'm saying good bye to dinning table and chairs.
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Re: Joiny's Kitchen

Postby David-Joiny1 on Wed Dec 04, 2013 10:17 am

Sounds great! That house is gonna smell divine while you're cooking that..
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Re: Joiny's Kitchen

Postby David-Joiny1 on Wed Dec 04, 2013 10:20 am

Suggest carameling the onions and later garlic a little first. Add the beans and sauce after a quick saute. Yum!Could even put cubed potato in with the onions. Grand.

Got some coelantro/oregano? That'd make it goooood.
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Re: Joiny's Kitchen

Postby David-Joiny1 on Wed Dec 04, 2013 1:49 pm

Woo Hoo! Hit the three pages mark! I'd say the thread has been a success. Thanks for comming into Joinies kitchen!

Now for the next recipe which is a real family favorite. Something that's reasonably healthy, and that the kids will eat.

OREGANO LEMON POTATOES.

You will need:
Big potatoes chopped in quarters.
Dried oregano herb. (not powder)
Organically grown garlic
Hokkaido Butter
Sea Salt
Chicken stock (not a Japanese one of any description - lovely but has a different taste)
Foil
Organic lemon juice (better taste)

Start:
Chop the potatoes into quarter pieces
Chop garlic into halves, bring water to medium boil (not furious full temp boil)with chicken stock, and a liberal pouring of Oregano flakes.
Add 1/2 tsp of salt
Add a good dash of the lemon juice, until in your estimation it would make the water quite 'lemony'. Quarter to half a cup should be right.
Put the lid on the pot and let it bubble away unti the potato is tender enough for fork tines to go through with pressure..Not until too soft.

Take out of the pot and drain potato quarters
Place on a large bit of foil on table
Add salt/another sprinke of oregano flakes
Place a good amount of butter among the potato quarters and with a fork let
the butter melt and coat every potato surface.

Put in the toaster oven with heat from the bottom element (not top yet as potato will burn) for 10min.
Shuffle potato quarters on the foil and give them another 5min, this time at full heat (both elements).

Potatoes done this way are sooooo tasty! Real easy as well. The taste is kinda Greek actually. Eat with pumpkin soup and rucula salad...Yum!
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Perfect broccoli

Postby David-Joiny1 on Sat Dec 28, 2013 8:08 am

Really simple, but a vegetable that people often get wrong.

Cook broccoli this way and you will never go back. You will need:

1 garlic clove
garlic crusher
1broccoli
salt
pepper
olive oil

Chop the florets off the broccoli.

Bring water to boil. Do no add salt.

On high heat boil broccoli for 2/1/2 minutes.

Strain water and immediately 'shock' the broccoli by putting it in ice water for a minute.

In your frypan bring a good splash of olive oil to medium high heat, it should be smoking slightly.

Add broccoli (be sure to shake off excess water) and quickly crush garlic over the sizzling broccoli.

Add salt and pepper as quickly as possible.

Cook for about 1min, pan should be very hot the whole time.

Enjoy! Add some lemon juice to taste.
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Re: Joiny's Kitchen

Postby thenewguy on Thu Mar 30, 2017 9:04 pm

Well well it has come to my attention via the interneta that there is renewed interest in the phenomenon that was Joiny's Kitchen!

So without further ado I will present a new recipe that will fill the stomach and sate the soul.

It's simple really, chop beef up into cubes, not too small. Chop some fresh corriander, some garlic very fine and have some neutral oil. Not Olive! Have an authentic Indonesian Sambal on hand, suggest Sambal Olek.

In a frypan/wok bring two tablespoons of oil to sizzling point. Throw in beef, should really bubble and fry immediately. After 1 min throw in garlic, after further minute reduce heat to medium, put in sambal, let cook for 5-7minutes then put corriander in for 3 mins approx -lowering heat.

Serve with Jasmine rice and a Bintang.

I cook this a lot. Looove it.
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Re: Joiny's Kitchen

Postby thenewguy on Thu Aug 24, 2017 6:23 am

Time for another fantastic recipe, folks.

Anyone keen? Anyone out there?
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