OT: The Food & Drinks Thread (Part 4)

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  1. ahmedou DOU

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    #TheFood&DrinksThread(Part4)
     
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    Foodou you mean.
     
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    Found a bamboo steamer at Linen Chest. My intuition was GOAT (they say they have them on their website, but they didn't have any listed in stock in store, but I feel stores like these rarely update their stocks).

    :)
     
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    Exactly Edougy :thumbu:
     
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    So I make my way down to Stowe a few times a year to lead up on Heady Topper and other Vermont IPAs. Yes I know HT has a lot of hype but it's legit my favorite beer and I just love it and look forward to the trip every time.

    Now I have no idea when I'll be down there again, which sucks cause I have a place down there and I haven't even been able to check up on it post winter. But mostly cause I have no idea when I'll be able to taste the sweet nectar of Heady Topper again.

    Anyone have some suggestions for beers that are similar here in QC? I have thus far not been able to find anything even remotely close.
     
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    Alright, sweet rice is soaking. :)
     
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    Basically none but my go to IPA is Moralité by Dieu du Ciel which was apparently originally a collab with John Kimmich of Heady Topper fame. In most grocery stores now and you can get it in cans.

    This isn't exactly the classic NEIPA as it has some west coast character but it's a super solid IPA that you can normally get fresh so I would check it out.
     
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    :heart::heart::heart::oops::hyper::hyper: this is indeed amazing
     
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    Heineken may tide you over until things get back to normal. That’s about as hoppy as I get.
     
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    Picture?
     
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    Still in the bowl.
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    Can’t see the pick Pete
     
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    Can you see it now?
     
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    No says [​IMG]
     
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    WTF, I have made it into a jpg and uploaded it, the original is 5 mb that must be the reason.

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    Was going to reply saying the same, but with much less detail. It's a great beer.
     
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  17. peate Good grief!

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    What a mess. :laugh:
     
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    Made my version of vegan borscht for lunch today.

    Ingredients include vegetable stock, lemon zest, salt, pepper, a pinch of cayenne, cabbage, beets, leeks, carrots, onions, garlic, potatoes.

    I prefer mine on the hardier side (broth to veg ratio wise).

    I like to garnish it with chopped parsley, dill, green onion and a dollop of vegan mayo (already mixed in on the picture hence the cloudiness of the broth and more orange-ish than deep red colour).

    I eat the soup with a slice of toasted rye that has avocado crema (avocado puree and vegan sour cream) spread on it.

    Makes for a very light and tasty lunch option.

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    I have deleted the post with the large sized pics and uploaded a 72 kb version. :)
     
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    Haven't had borscht in a very long time. Looks very appetizing.
     
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    Perhaps you should try and make a version of it and see if you like it. Doesn't have to be vegan, you could use beef broth (home-made is the best, my veg stock was made in-house), caramelize the veg, dump it in a pot, season to taste and simmer until beets and potatoes soften up.

    Easy peasy!
     
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    Cabbage rules! Fantastic!
     
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    LOL! Nothing in the eyes but “where you been? You should have been here for this!”
     
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    I picked up a case of Moralite today, I have had it before, great beer, but Heady Topper is very different. It's a very unique tasting beer IMO.
     
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    Looks delicious! I make a very similar one but with smoked sausage or ham hocks, which of course isn't in your wheelhouse.

    It's especially appreciated on snowy days.
     
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