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the chicken did fine - it was the topping that failed....
I have taken to slicing chicken breast to about 1/2" in thickness.
recent trends are .5 - .8 lbs per breast - they're huge. and so thick that by the time the inner bits are cooked 'right' the out bits have turned to rubber....


the sliced off chunks got poached and became chicken salad sandwiches for lunch.
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Damn, Karen! Everytime you post a photo of this dish, I swear I'm going to try it!

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Damn, Karen! Everytime you post a photo of this dish, I swear I'm going to try it!

Then I promptly forget!

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You really should. It's a really great dish. I use a pound of meat and 1-1/2 cups Jasmine rice, and we get dinner and breakfast the next morning for both of us.

I use the recipes at mykoreankitchen.com. I do try to break up the cooking a bit though since you cook each thing separately. I toast the sesame seeds first, then use that pan to cook the carrots in some boiling salted water, rinse pan, then use the same pan to cook the spinach, wipe out/rinse, then the mushrooms, wipe/rinse, then finally the meat later in the day when it's time for dinner, starting the rice a bit before the meat gets cooked so they finish at the same time. I prep as I go, and somewhere along the way make the marinade (tripling the recipe for 1 pound) for the meat and the bibimbap sauce, which I double as Craig likes it. I put the eggs in the sous vide this time, but they can be fried or soft boiled. Oh, and I cook the bean sprouts in the same pan I later use for the rice. So, a 2 pan meal.

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DW is doing dinner with the Hen Party Gang - so for me.... veal chops.
about 4 mins/side - tender and juicy! bi-color corn we put up last summer; store made cole slaw.
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Tonight's (Top Round) London Broil, Sliced Mushrooms Sautee'd in Butter and Cabernet, Baked Russet w/ Sour Cream, Stinky Turnip Greens and the Side Salad...
Steak is just "slightly" over-done...

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You really should. It's a really great dish. I use a pound of meat and 1-1/2 cups Jasmine rice, and we get dinner and breakfast the next morning for both of us.

I use the recipes at mykoreankitchen.com. I do try to break up the cooking a bit though since you cook each thing separately. I toast the sesame seeds first, then use that pan to cook the carrots in some boiling salted water, rinse pan, then use the same pan to cook the spinach, wipe out/rinse, then the mushrooms, wipe/rinse, then finally the meat later in the day when it's time for dinner, starting the rice a bit before the meat gets cooked so they finish at the same time. I prep as I go, and somewhere along the way make the marinade (tripling the recipe for 1 pound) for the meat and the bibimbap sauce, which I double as Craig likes it. I put the eggs in the sous vide this time, but they can be fried or soft boiled. Oh, and I cook the bean sprouts in the same pan I later use for the rice. So, a 2 pan meal.
It looks wonderful. Have you posted your version/recipe instructions of Bibimbap with your notes anywhere? I have the My Korean Kitchen version/recipe but yours looks much better.
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I had a cheeseburger on a mini Portuguese roll for dinner.
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I had a cheeseburger on a mini Portuguese roll for dinner.
I grabbed some deli chicken, coleslaw and then had watermelon chunks after.
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The three T's... tummy tipsy turvy today!
Had crackers and tea and honey, all day.
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Feel better, Jimmy!

This is going with me in my lunch tote for dinner tonight.
The watermelon that I had last night was particularly good.
And I love Bob Evan's food.
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Had crackers and tea and honey, all day.
I understand Jimmy. Feel better. I have been feeling lousy for weeks. Whatever is going around just hangs on a long time. And being diabetic doesn’t help.
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It looks wonderful. Have you posted your version/recipe instructions of Bibimbap with your notes anywhere? I have the My Korean Kitchen version/recipe but yours looks much better.
I will. Thanks for the compliment. I don't use a wok but otherwise pretty much follow her recipes, though I do cook the spinach a bit differently.
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I will. Thanks for the compliment. I don't use a wok but otherwise pretty much follow her recipes, though I do cook the spinach a bit differently.
you're welcome Karen.

I don't use a wok either. If I had a range made for using a wok I would use one. I use a large cast iron pan heated super hot.
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I understand Jimmy. Feel better. I have been feeling lousy for weeks. Whatever is going around just hangs on a long time. And being diabetic doesn’t help.
I'm diabetic too. Not too high, around 98 fasting, and 130 after eating all day.
The Prednisone threw me a high of 197.
I just munched on crackers all day yesterday, and it calmed my stomach and intestinal cramps. Added some cheese for the protein.
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Feel better, Jimmy! Thanks Sass.

This is going with me in my lunch tote for dinner tonight.
The watermelon that I had last night was particularly good.
And I love Bob Evan's food.
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Tonight's Beef Frank under Sauerkraut, Mashed Yukons under Creamed Corn, Zippy Lima Beans, Sliced Cucumber under Sesame / Ginger Dressing...


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you're welcome Karen.

I don't use a wok either. If I had a range made for using a wok I would use one. I use a large cast iron pan heated super hot.
Well, I do use a wok for some things, just not this recipe. I use the induction burner, which gets super hot, and sometimes, if he feels like it, Craig will get out his propane burner that he uses for crawfish boils and blackening things (it gets the cast iron pan white hot, quite a thing to see BTW) and use the wok on that.
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Pan fried pork chop and Knorr Butter and Herb noodle side dish.

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Tonight's (Top Round) London Broil, Sliced Mushrooms Sautee'd in Butter and Cabernet, Baked Russet w/ Sour Cream, Stinky Turnip Greens and the Side Salad...
Steak is just "slightly" over-done...

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I was at the hospital most of today. CT Scan & Thyroid
Biopsy. Dinner tonight will be something very easy.
Two Banquet Pot Pies. The small ones. a beef & a Turkey.
I tried the new Big Banquet Pot Pies. I like the little ones better.
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Eggplant was beautiful Tina picked up.
Two nice female purple ones had no seeds except for a few in the end.
I did a flour / egg / cracker meal coating, and fried them slowly.

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