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Not the combo I would choose. . . . but, yeah, I'd still eat it. Looks more like mussels than clams though. I'd put the mollusks in some garlic butter, and eat the Ramen separately. Damn it, now I'm hungry again. :oops:
 

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Not the combo I would choose. . . . but, yeah, I'd still eat it. Looks more like mussels than clams though. I'd put the mollusks in some garlic butter, and eat the Ramen separately. Damn it, now I'm hungry again. :oops:
Oh forgot these mussels, that's why someone is the expert. I put them side because it gives the soup a bit more of a sea food flavor. Also welcome to my world when I see your cooking.
 

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One of the advantages of living in Tejas. . . . you can find them everywhere. Of course some are better than others.
 

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One of the few foods not on my "get in my belly list". But, my wife gave it a resounding "that's what I'm talking about". Of course she also likes biscuits & gravy, and chicken fried steak. Yeah. . . . she country.
 

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Next concoction, apple sausage, white rice, thin streak, mushrooms, salsa verde and fresh guacamole from a place called homeboy industries. They take formally incarcerated people, give them job at the restaurant here in dtla, ca and life skills for reformation. 20201031_095554.jpg
 

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20201031_165202.jpgtodays means is white rice, stir fried vegetables with Alaska caught black pepper salmon. Topped with red salsa and lemon.
*edit I over cooked the vegetables but i like them squishy and I know I can throw them in the microwave but the fish gives off some flavors which greatly improve the taste of the vegetables.
 
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Also I never paid attention to the aesthetics of food. But lately I noticed that it matters and theres also something satisfying about laying out the food in an orderly fashion.
 

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"City Chicken" (pork, four dipped, egg washed then rolled in crushed french fried onion rings, baked, with french cut green beans.
Ready for the oven-
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Just out of the oven, (one turn as the tops browned up)-
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On the plate-
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Speaking of pork. Last night, the neighbor cooked bacon wrapped shrimps. o_O Yeah, I was a pig. . . . but, not a photographer. No pics, sorry.
 

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It does make my mouth water. . . . but, how do you plan on eating it? I've know a girl or two that I swear could unhinge their jaw, but the average person has no hope. :D
 

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It does make my mouth water. . . . but, how do you plan on eating it? I've know a girl or two that I swear could unhinge their jaw, but the average person has no hope. :D

Ill find a way.... LOL I could probably eat two of these...
 
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