448Re: [ByzantiumNovumCulture] A Cooking Question
- Jul 20, 2013Oh thank you!!! I definitely don't need 10,000 of them!! I'm thrilled.Grilled portabellas are easy. Marinade them in your favorite steak marinade for just about 30 minutes at most. You don't want to over soak them, so you don't need much marinade, just enough to coat them. Oil the grill with some olive oil and grill them on both sides till done. It doesn't take very long.--Blessings,Amma DoukainaSenator, Duchess of Anatoliou Pelagous,Deputy Grand Prelate of the Church of BN (Classical Religion),Grand Chamberlain, and so on, and so forth.....On Fri, 19 Jul 2013 22:55:29 -0400, christopher england <cjinglaterra@...> wrote:Well look what I found!Air Dried 6 Kilo Bladders
Large air dried bladders are oval shaped and the largest casings holding approximatley 14 pounds(6 Kilos) with a diameter over 194mm. The are used mostly for minced specialty sausage and Mortadella.
Model: BCLBBhttp://www.butcher-packer.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=970Think I'll bookmark that website for future reference. I previously found another source for hog bladder, with prices ranging from 20-50¢ apiece, but I didn't think you were interested in anything with a 10,000 piece minimum order. It was a direct source out of the Peoples Republic of China, and I'm pretty sure their intended customer was major corporations.I've never had grilled portabellas, but my favorite pub makes portabella fries (actually closer in size to a chicken tender) that are to die for. All their food is excellent, and indeed in some cases is the best of a particular dish I have had anywhere, but these portabella fries are simply amazing. Makes my mouth water just thinking about them.
From: Amma Doukaina <ammadoukaina@...>
Sent: Friday, July 19, 2013 3:27 PM
Subject: Re: [ByzantiumNovumCulture] A Cooking Question
I haven't ever had truffles, but my understanding is that the flavor is quite unique and nothing else comes close. I love grilled portabella mushrooms, though. Being the only one in my home who loves mushrooms, though, I don't think I'll risk it, because no one would eat it! I would also think they'd be too meaty to put with a hen...portabellas kind of stand on their own like a steak if done well.Around here morels are collected wild but I'm unable to go out and collect them. I certainly cannot afford to spend a lot of money on them!!!We have a lot of hog farmers around here, but getting a cleaned, dried pig's bladder is likely not an option around here, and I wouldn't have a clue how to prep it appropriately before using to keep out that bladdery smell., nor do I think I really want to!!Blessings,Amma DoukainaSenator, Duchess of Anatoliou Pelagous,Deputy Grand Prelate of the Church of BN (Classical Religion),Grand Chamberlain, and so on, and so forth.....
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