How do all of you 30-somethings have pictures of yourselves from when you were 10!?  I can barely find a picture of myself from 10 years ago.

year36 ASKED:

Wait, so was that gluten free?? I need gluten free. Help me!!!


It does have flour in the breading, but I think you could probably substitute rice flour with a similar result.  As far as I can tell, the rest of the recipe is gluten-free.

So, that turned out pretty badass.  The egg/vodka/corn starch/baking powder breading stayed super crispy, even after tossing it in the sauce.  The sauce was spicy without being overbearing, a little sweet without being cloying.  Seriously, seriously good recipe.
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So, that turned out pretty badass.  The egg/vodka/corn starch/baking powder breading stayed super crispy, even after tossing it in the sauce.  The sauce was spicy without being overbearing, a little sweet without being cloying.  Seriously, seriously good recipe.

I had some pork bones in the fridge, so this morning I roasted them up and threw them in the crock pot with some charred onion, garlic, ginger, thai bird chiles, dried shiitakes, 5 spice, anise pods, fennel seeds, allspice and fish sauce for some faux pho stock.

The episode of Bourdain’s Parts Unknown in Quebec with the Joe Beef guys is culinary pornography at its absolute finest.  Go watch it on Netflix right. now.

Taco night
char siu
quick-pickled cabbage
cucumber
ginger, scallion and Sriracha salsa
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Taco night

  • char siu
  • quick-pickled cabbage
  • cucumber
  • ginger, scallion and Sriracha salsa
Plus whether I’m down near Milwaukee or up in Door County I hunt in zone 2, and it’s sometimes hard to get tags because like a third of Wisconsin’s population is in that zone.

Plus whether I’m down near Milwaukee or up in Door County I hunt in zone 2, and it’s sometimes hard to get tags because like a third of Wisconsin’s population is in that zone.