A friend of ours passed away a couple weeks ago, so I’d like to dedicate this post to him. We weren’t very close. I could probably count the number of times we spent time together on two hands. But what … Continue reading
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If it’s not one thing it’s another. Our exhaust hood died. I got sick. Orders get messed up. Farmers are rained in. Fisherman don’t return phone calls. But we still manage to get shit done. Here are a few things … Continue reading
My vacation is coming to an end, but I am full of noodles. This was one of the best meals I’ve had in a long time. A simple bowl of tonkotsu ramen – a milky pork stock-based bowl of noodles … Continue reading
Posted in Pork, Review, Soup, Stocks, Travel
Tagged Amtrak, goat cheese, japanese, lamb, pork, ramen, Seattle, tonkotsu, train
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I’ve been working on this recipe for a while now and it gets more delicious every time. The result is fork-tender shredded pork that is great in soups (see posole), excellent in tacos, empanadillas, whatever you want. The less I … Continue reading
Tagged braise, chipotle, cinnamon, malbec, pig, pork, recipe, red wine, shoulder, southwest, taco
Some friends and I ate lunch at the food carts yesterday on Skidmore and Mississippi in NE Portland, and e. got posole. It was cold and rainy, with the sun peaking out every half hour, so a bowl of hot … Continue reading
Posted in Beans, Pork, Rancho Gordo, Recipes, Review, Soup
Tagged chili, food cart, hominy, Mexican, northwest, pork, Portland, Posole, pozole, recipes, southwest