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Post  My Utterances on Mon Oct 08, 2012 5:37 am

LMAO! the japanese are just too good. move over french. (i think there are a few jap restaurants in the world with michelin 3 stars -- probably in japan). this video is sheer art and the chopsticks are marvelous. thanks for sharing.
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Post  QB on Mon Oct 08, 2012 8:28 pm

japanese make a nautanki out of every recipe. where is the tree structure of responding ..it is not clear who responded to whom here..

and why is the japanese guy adding sake ( wine) in the omlet i wonder..
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Post  My Utterances on Tue Oct 09, 2012 9:54 am

QB wrote:and why is the japanese guy adding sake ( wine) in the omlet i wonder..
it is not the sake that is the problem rani but the loads of sugar. it would taste a bit like a cake. but the way he makes it is beautiful.

where is the tree structure of responding ..it is not clear who responded to whom here..
as thirivalluvar said in one kural, the tree is in the forest. you are in the forest. if you see carefully, you will see the tree.
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Post  Guest on Tue Oct 09, 2012 1:51 pm

My Utterances wrote:
QB wrote:and why is the japanese guy adding sake ( wine) in the omlet i wonder..
it is not the sake that is the problem rani but the loads of sugar. it would taste a bit like a cake. but the way he makes it is beautiful.

where is the tree structure of responding ..it is not clear who responded to whom here..
as thirivalluvar said in one kural, the tree is in the forest. you are in the forest. if you see carefully, you will see the tree.

I can never take sugar in my eggs, not even in french toast. so yes, the sugar would have to go if i ever attempt this or get someone to make it for me.

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Post  WillyNilly on Tue Oct 09, 2012 3:13 pm

Rashmun wrote:
My Utterances wrote:
QB wrote:and why is the japanese guy adding sake ( wine) in the omlet i wonder..
it is not the sake that is the problem rani but the loads of sugar. it would taste a bit like a cake. but the way he makes it is beautiful.

where is the tree structure of responding ..it is not clear who responded to whom here..
as thirivalluvar said in one kural, the tree is in the forest. you are in the forest. if you see carefully, you will see the tree.

I can never take sugar in my eggs, not even in french toast. so yes, the sugar would have to go if i ever attempt this or get someone to make it for me.
i wouldn't like the sugar either. moreover, i've never liked any food being shaped, as the omelette in the video was into a rectangular prism. it gives one the feeling that the chef "messed" with the food one is about to eat, for a long time. i wouldn't eat any food that's moulded or sculpted into a horse, a ship, or the taj mahal. i much prefer food to be presented naturally, as chinese food often is.
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Re: Just when you thought you knew how to make an omelette

Post  Guest on Tue Oct 09, 2012 4:49 pm

WillyNilly wrote:
Rashmun wrote:
My Utterances wrote:
QB wrote:and why is the japanese guy adding sake ( wine) in the omlet i wonder..
it is not the sake that is the problem rani but the loads of sugar. it would taste a bit like a cake. but the way he makes it is beautiful.

where is the tree structure of responding ..it is not clear who responded to whom here..
as thirivalluvar said in one kural, the tree is in the forest. you are in the forest. if you see carefully, you will see the tree.

I can never take sugar in my eggs, not even in french toast. so yes, the sugar would have to go if i ever attempt this or get someone to make it for me.
i wouldn't like the sugar either. moreover, i've never liked any food being shaped, as the omelette in the video was into a rectangular prism. it gives one the feeling that the chef "messed" with the food one is about to eat, for a long time. i wouldn't eat any food that's moulded or sculpted into a horse, a ship, or the taj mahal. i much prefer food to be presented naturally, as chinese food often is.

isn't western style omelette 'shaped' as well:

http://sulekha.forumotion.com/t41-the-perfect-omelette

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Post  QB on Tue Oct 09, 2012 6:15 pm

WillyNilly wrote:
Rashmun wrote:
My Utterances wrote:
QB wrote:and why is the japanese guy adding sake ( wine) in the omlet i wonder..
it is not the sake that is the problem rani but the loads of sugar. it would taste a bit like a cake. but the way he makes it is beautiful.

where is the tree structure of responding ..it is not clear who responded to whom here..
as thirivalluvar said in one kural, the tree is in the forest. you are in the forest. if you see carefully, you will see the tree.

I can never take sugar in my eggs, not even in french toast. so yes, the sugar would have to go if i ever attempt this or get someone to make it for me.
i wouldn't like the sugar either. moreover, i've never liked any food being shaped, as the omelette in the video was into a rectangular prism. it gives one the feeling that the chef "messed" with the food one is about to eat, for a long time. i wouldn't eat any food that's moulded or sculpted into a horse, a ship, or the taj mahal. i much prefer food to be presented naturally, as chinese food often is.


good point..
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