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  • #16
    Originally posted by Jon
    Have you found any restaurants over there that serve Yuk Sung?
    Since I have never heard of this I thought it might be some disgusting dog dish but it it is meat (minced pork I think) wrapped in lettuce leaves.

    Sounds better than what I first thought.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by mojo
      Originally posted by Jon
      Have you found any restaurants over there that serve Yuk Sung?
      Since I have never heard of this I thought it might be some disgusting dog dish but it it is meat (minced pork I think) wrapped in lettuce leaves.

      Sounds better than what I first thought.
      I recommend you download the recipe and make it - you'll love it (although I've never made it from scratch).

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      • #18
        I would have to switch in ground turkey -pork and beef are no gos in this house.

        The recipe section of the board is fiinally in action! :-)

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        • #19
          MASTROBERARDINO TAURASI 1968

          I know this wine and that is is right at peak now ,I've done two verticals with this wine one in '88 another and one in 2004 plus a stand alone tasting last fall. I would really hate to pick a wine on reputation and find on my deathday it was hype.

          Close second Breganze Fratta Cabernet Sauvignon1990

          Third place goes to Mastrobardino's earthquke wine from 1980... one of a kind.

          Roast Pig + Taurasi=a heavenly match.
          Tom Hyland:
          "squack and wineturtle get it"

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          • #20
            Originally posted by mojo
            . . . pork and beef are no gos in this house.
            Damn, that's un-American!

            Now grant you, after reading Fast Food Nation I will never eat ground beef from a store or restaurant, but you can grind your own!

            Pork? Religious reasons??

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            • #21
              Originally posted by bad hammy
              Originally posted by mojo
              . . . pork and beef are no gos in this house.
              Damn, that's un-American!

              Now grant you, after reading Fast Food Nation I will never eat ground beef from a store or restaurant, but you can grind your own!

              Pork? Religious reasons??
              LOL- not religious.
              We were vegetarians for about ten years and then I wanted to eat some meat again so it has been a gradual process getiing DH to eat any. I am happy he will eat a bit of turkey, chicken and lamb.

              We read "Diet for a New America" by John Robbins and that changed how we eat profoundly. (but it has worn off obviously)

              Don't like ground pork anyway.

              And now you know! :-)

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              • #22
                A nice rib-eye is great . . . the right filet mignon, excellent . . . the right bacon, sublime . . .

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                • #23
                  Damn, that's un-American!

                  That's a good thing right?

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by mojo
                    Originally posted by bad hammy
                    Damn, that's un-American!
                    That's a good thing right?
                    Let's see. You were born in the good old US of A. You live in Canada. Both are part of North America. So what are you saying? That you are anti-mojoist????

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by wineturtle
                      MASTROBERARDINO TAURASI 1968
                      When I was a kid, they used to say that mastroberardino could make you go blind. :-)

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                      • #26
                        [quote=bad hammy]
                        Originally posted by mojo
                        Originally posted by "bad hammy":1b0mszm7
                        Damn, that's un-American!
                        That's a good thing right?
                        Let's see. You were born in the good old US of A. You live in Canada. Both are part of North America. So what are you saying? That you are anti-mojoist????[/quote:1b0mszm7]

                        I was just trying to be part of the in crowd. :-(

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                        • #27
                          Done right the Earth shakes!!

                          Originally posted by Jefferson Buffalo
                          Originally posted by wineturtle
                          MASTROBERARDINO TAURASI 1968
                          When I was a kid, they used to say that mastroberardino could make you go blind. :-)
                          I did not start mastroberardinoing until I reached my 50's so I have no longterm effects (unless you count bi-focals) . My permanent whitemans overbite affected early on in my life..
                          Tom Hyland:
                          "squack and wineturtle get it"

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