This is an amazing recipe. So succulent, spicy and yet slightly sweet. Korean short ribs are cut across the bone so that you have 3 or 4 small pieces of bone on each rib. For a perfect sauce, make a day ahead, refrigerate cooking liquid until cold and scrape off solidified fat. I added spinach for colour, but it is not traditional. 1. Preheat oven to 300°F (150°C). 2. Combine garlic, gochujang and soy sauce. Set seasoning sauce aside. 3. Season short ribs with pepper.
E. coli is a type of bacteria that will not harm us most of the time. But some strains can make us sick and, on occasion, even be fatal. We cannot see it or taste it. It can survive for weeks on surfaces and in compost heaps, and is found in contaminated seeds, irrigation water and in manure used to fertilize crops. Here is what to do to best avoid getting sick. There is no 100-per-cent way to guard against this hardy organism, but these precautions will help. Personal hygiene should be a priority.
Making stock is one of the cheapest and most satisfying culinary techniques. Essentially it is a nourishing, flavoured liquid that adds body and soul to other dishes. My mother always had a stockpot bubbling away on the stove, which she fed daily with bones from the roast, the ends of onions, pieces of tomatoes and other bits and bobs. Her kitchen always smelled fantastic. Unfortunately, not many people make stock today, thinking it is time-consuming.
@packlight If I can find it. Had street food at the market. Little rice cakes topped with different ingredients baked in tiny cast iron receptacles over wood
Wonderful. Anyone know what they are called?
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