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June 18, 2012, 10:58:10 PM by katsudon
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May 24, 2012, 11:01:02 PM by katsudon
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Shoku King returns, and this chapter we find out who he is... sort of... so my initial summary doesn't fit anymore...
"A while ago, an amazing chef
Read online: Our Slider || Batoto
May 23, 2012, 08:10:26 PM by katsudon
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From their website: Locally family owned and unique to Richmond, Bookbinder's offers the perfect combination of rich history and atmosphere. Close to the James River in historic Tobacco Row, steak and seafood lovers will enjoy the ambiance of exposed beams and brick walls in this refurbished tobacco warehouse. From steak to lobster to seafood, each dish is intricately prepared and beautifully presented for a fine dining experience that will leave nothing to be desired.
The Old Original Bookbinders was a steak/seafood restaurant opened in Philadelphia in 1865. It is now located in Richmond, and I finally had the chance to give it a try tonight when my dad gave me a $50 gift card.
Now, for our meal, and the pictures that follow, We've ordered the following (For those of you who wants to save a little money, order all seafood, I only did that since I'm watching my weight and high blood pressure)
Bread - Bread is bread.
Seared Cajun Tuna - Served rare with sweet soy glaze and wasabi. I couldn't taste the sweetness, but still this appetizer really hit the spot. The cajun spice wasn't overpowering and it a good start for this great meal.
Stuffed Atlantic Cod - stuffed with crabcake stuffing and the sauce is Buerre blanc sauce sprinkled with sliced spring onions.
Asparagus - Everything is a-la-carte, so I choose steamed asparagus topped with hollandaise sauce. A pretty safe and standard choice.
Pan seared mahi-mahi - pan-seared mahi-mahi topped with 3 fried oysters. the sauce is horseradish infused cream sauce.
Creme brulee - You know what this is, a sweet ending to a nice meal.
Total cost before the giftcard: 107.12 (Thanks dad )
For those of you looking for new chapters of Shoku-king, since the next arc is 5 chapters long, I've decided to do them all at once, they're in typesetting now, so it won't be long.
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March 29, 2012, 02:40:34 PM by durian
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I love translating new series that I've not read before. And I like to translate as I go, so I do not like to translate works that I've read already. With that note, I made up (adapted) the summary of what I think this series is like based on just one chapter. So don't take it as gospel.
"A while ago, an amazing chef was sent packing for a mistake that he didn't commit. He promptly left the cooking world to the underground. Today, still shunned by the establishment, he survives as soldier of fortune. If you have a bad restaurant, if no one else can help, and if you can find him, maybe you can hire: THE Shoku king.
Read online: Our Slider || Batoto
EDIT: Now that I've translated the first six chapters, the actual summary is similar and I will change it when I release chapter 2. Now, here's a pic to distract you. This was sent in from our friend Weaper from France, his lunch that day was Cuttlefish la Plancha Italian style, with mash potatoes and Ratatouille.
March 21, 2012, 10:16:53 AM by durian
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Yumin ni Gomeshi o Tabe Sasetai
I want to feed Yumin
This is a nice gem from the Japanese monthly manga magazine Young King Monthly! Since my recent fetish with Korean food, I believe I should share these chapters with our food lovers. Our friend Weaper over at Sun Ken Rock Site has worked overtime for these chapters. So enjoy reading this and make sure you've already eaten first.
Read Online: FPS Reader||Batoto
March 19, 2012, 09:38:29 PM by durian
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Korean food, as a recent convert of this cuisine, I've been trying a lot of new things. I always have a dislike for Kimchi until recently. But I've always loved Bulgogi even back in my high school days years ago. Well, this has changed for the past few months. Korean food is more than just Kimchi and Bulgogi.
These photos are a collections of Korean food from USA and Korea (Which have one thing in common, lots of Banchans (side dishes)!!
Photo 1-2 are from Korean Garden located in USA
Photo 3-10 are from 88 Garden located near by in USA (Sundubu jjigae, Dolsot Bibimbap, Japchae and Bulgogi...etc)
Photo 11-24 were generously provided to me from Doph who took a trip recently to South Korea and collected these photos for me!
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March 17, 2012, 02:26:32 AM by durian
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Mayokohama Ramen Sanshimai
The Three Sisters of Mayokohama Ramen
I have some free times on my hand. So this is the very first release of a FPS manga chapter. I really enjoy food, and so does the Japanese, and thus, a truckload of Japanese manga about food is readily available. There will be more coming depending on my time. If anyone would like to volunteer with editing some pages, please feel free to ask. (I'm still trying to figure out how to set up a direct download link on Apache, so use mediafire for now if you like to download it.)
March 14, 2012, 08:21:41 AM by durian
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Now, let's get down to business, this is the home town review of the infamous Peter Chang's cafe. From Wikipedia, Peter Chang is an award winning chef specializing in Szechwan cuisine who has cooked for restaurants in the American southeast. Chang was born in Hubei Province and trained in China, and cooked a meal for the Chinese president, Hu Jintao. He moved to the United States to work as the chef at the Chinese Embassy in Washington, D.C. Chang has disappeared and left restaurants, inspiring a group of fans to follow his movement in Internet discussion boards, such as DonRockwell.com and Chowhound.
Chinese food isn't expensive, it could be. But it really isn't overpriced like some of the chain place you can find around the same area. This place will be very full during common meal times. So for lunch I suggest that you show up at 11am or after 1pm. For dinner, right at 5pm. They do take reservations.
Now, for our meal, and the pictures that follow, I've ordered the following
Scallion bubble Pancake - It's more like a puffed fried cracker, it's too crunchy for me, and too oily. I wouldn't recommend this.
Dry Fried Eggplant - Hands down, the best fried eggplant that I've ever had. The combination of different spices makes your mouth water in more ways than one.
Shredded Pork with bamboo shoots & shredded tofu - A classic dish that can never go wrong, in this case, I'd ask them to make it spicy as it should be normally.
Fish fillet in hot plate with wood mushroom - I love the tender fish and the large fluffy wood mushroom in this one. I do wish that they specify what fish it is, but it's the norm for Chinese place not to do so.
Tofu with Vegetable in Clay Pot - A very light dish for people who wants to eat just vegetables. It is filling, cheap, and not spicy
Szechuan Double cooked pork - This is not your traditional Cantonese twiced cooked pork (which uses roast pork slices). This is has more kick to it and uses pork belly cuts, it is more fattier if you like bacon.
Red Bean Pumpkin Cake - This is a deep friend ball made with pumpkin and then stuffed with red bean. A nice way to finish your meal. the consistency of it is actually similar to chewy Japanese mochi balls. (this is not on the menu itself, you have to special order it)
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