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Discussion in 'Beer & Food' started by DaveW, Aug 20, 2018.

  1. DaveW

    DaveW Space Monkey

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    One day I would love to go to this restaurant.

     
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    Toshi Harbinger of Doom

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    I really wish I could get kare pan (curry bread) here in Denver. So delicious.
     
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    Never tried Venison. I tried horse meat once in a resto in Japan. It wasn't bad as I expected.
     
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    rockofullr confused

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    Venison's good, rich and mildly gamey, super lean though, takes a bit more care not to dry it out when cooking.
     
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    I like my meat with a little bit of fat, though.
     
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    My friend killed a wild boar in PA. His Dad got a Elk. We had the whole mess properly butchered up and aged. I am well stocked. Plenty of sausage and all that. We failed at a few of our efforts. Shear quantity made up for that.
     
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    my MIL’s boyfriend made some amazing venison dip...wish i’d gotten the recipe before he died. he was kind of an asshole otherwise.
     
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    Food in Japan is stellar.

    I once ate Matsusaka beef in Japan. It was absolutely amazing. So tender and delicate...

    Chances that I ever eat this again range from Zero to Extremely Unlikely.
     
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    We got Elk from Pennsylvania. Very fatty. Very tasty. We smoked a bunch of Jowl meat and back strap. Even dried out it is still tasty.... We made elk nachos. Fucking tasty....
     
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    TN Hey baby, want a hot dog?

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    Kastudon, Tonkotsu, a chasu bowl, chicken karage, sashimi, shabu shabu, yakitori, yes....all of it please
     
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    Tonkatsu, not kotsu. Katsu is the common theme: katsu over rice (katsudon), pork katsu (tonkatsu), chicken katsu, curry katsu... mmmm.

    I would be fine if I never ate karaage again, though. All that I've tried are overly tough and overly cooked.

    Shabu shabu.... :drool:
     
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    TN Hey baby, want a hot dog?

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    ah...
    I learned about real(-ish) Japanese food while living in Vegas. So much good food there and most of it is nowhere near the Strip.
     
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