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Best olive oil for general cooking

Hello

I am looking for Evoo olive oil in Montreal, not easy to find :(

Apr 10, 2007
Ninja_59 in Home Cooking

Your Thanksgiving Day Menu!!

Hello

Happy easter everyone :)

Heres my meal for tonite

This is what I am eating tonite, I made it before, very tasty 4.gif

Recipe of Ham and beer & maple syrup ( crockpot recipe )

Preparation time: 10 hours on low or 5 hours on high

Portions: 8

Préparation time : 15 min

Recipe by: Nathalie Blondeau

Ingredients:

4 to 5 lbs ham with the bone( picnic style )
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You may also use boneless ham, toupie center ( that is what I am using tonite

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1 bottle of regular beer, not a strong beer, use a regular mild beer.

1/2 cup of maple syrup

2 onions cut in slices

1 teaspoon of dried mustard

Place the onions in the crockpot first

Then include your ham

Then pour the botle of beer, maple syrup and dried mustard

Cover it & let it cook 10 hours on low (I also tried 5 hours on high )

Serve thick slices ( you may pour some pineapple sauce if you want )with mashed patatoes & a green vegetable( I love brocoli ).

Cheers

Apr 08, 2007
Ninja_59 in Home Cooking

Mini review of Ruby Rouge, a question about 'shark fin' dumplings and other MTL dim sum queries

Hi

I have been going too la Maison Kam Fung since the 80's, always a delight :)

Theres another one to try, its Lotte Furama, next time, I will go & try it out :)

Apr 01, 2007
Ninja_59 in Quebec (inc. Montreal)

Country Style Ribs and a Slow-Cooker - Recipes

True, they are very good in the crockpot, fall off the bone meat :)

Mar 31, 2007
Ninja_59 in Home Cooking

Best Wok Brand

If you have a chance, go to a chinese store, I bought mine 25 years ago, its stainless steel with a copper bottom, really works great, aprox 50 dollars now

Not true that you cannot cook a good meal without gaz powered range, its just practice

Mar 31, 2007
Ninja_59 in Cookware

Buttermilk Mashed Potatoes

@ aidem

`Thank you :)

Mar 14, 2007
Ninja_59 in Recipes

Buttermilk Mashed Potatoes

@ Regan Burns

Thank you for the tip, I'll try it :)

Mar 14, 2007
Ninja_59 in Recipes

Montreal: The Chowhound's Promised Land

Honestly, I do not know, but Frite Alors has a very good reputation :)

Mar 14, 2007
Ninja_59 in Features

Country Style Ribs and a Slow-Cooker - Recipes

I usuall NEVER boil my ribs, my marinade does the job, its just that most of the people do it, mostly if its side sibs, which are tough:-(

Enjoy your ribs :)

Feb 24, 2007
Ninja_59 in Home Cooking

Country Style Ribs and a Slow-Cooker - Recipes

Hi

1st, boil the ribs for 1 hr, then marinate them for at least 1 hr, I prefer 24 to 48 hrs, I love baby back ribs, then you can cook them in a crockpot aka slowcooker on Low for 6 hours, or in the oven at 200 F in a pan covered with your sauce for 8 hours( the pan must be covered with aluminium foil ), you will have fall off the bone ribs.
enjoy

Feb 24, 2007
Ninja_59 in Home Cooking

Montreal: The Chowhound's Promised Land

Hello

I live in Montréal, how refreshing to read all the great comments you great people leave, I love all kinds of foods, just near my home are many asian restaurants, one of them is in north west of Montréal called Asie Moderne aka Modern Asia, excellent family restaurant, maybee only 50 seats but their meals are comparable to our chinatown.

Asie Moderne, 1676 Poirier street, city St-Laurent( corner Crevier ), 514- 748-0567

Like one person here mentionned Schwartzs is fantastic.

Marché Jean Talon & Marché atwater are two institutions well worth the visits.

Many thanks to Jim Leff for writing this :)

Feb 23, 2007
Ninja_59 in Features