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  • Monster Munching
    California Asian, need I say more...the epitome of good eating! Here's another one to put on your list of must consult everyday...it just all looks so delicious and yes, indeed, someway, someday I'm going to go and have lunch in Sunny SoCal.
  • Chow Times
    This is so, so good! and it's Asian too. So in keeping with tradition that means good photos, lots of info and most especially good food! I can't believe I've only just discovered this fab blog.
  • Chubbypanda - The Epicurious Wanderer
    Interesting, informative and thought provoking. Excellent photos (and lots of them too), restaurant reviews and some excellent recipes as well. This is a fairly new blog just started in August and has a decidely Asian (my favorite) flavor.
  • mmm-yoso!!!
    Asian food blogs are the best and Kirk's blog is just outstanding. Based in San Diego this blog has lots of delicious photos and is an entertaining read as well; one of my favorites. Can't wait to get to San Diego. Bravo!
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21 September 2006

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omg it looks sooooooo good
ill tell my mom to make this thing

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burekaboy

emily -- i often make the same thing as a fast snack or quick supper. i have never see them so fancy like the way you did it. usually we just fold them up and fry and i like mine to have the yolk runny but that is personal preference. do you add harissa? i need to try making them they way you did next time. i have to find my feuilles de brik at a different store as the one i went to yesterday stopped carrying them. grrr. /bb

Chubbypanda

Emily,

That's a really fun dish! We do something very similar in Taiwanese cooking using scallions, an egg, and a thin sort of Chinese pancake. Like you said, the yolk should be runny if possible. Mmmm...

Actually, as annoying as it is to have the yolk from an old egg break on me, I think of it as a sort of insurance. It the egg was old enough for the yolk to break, I probably didn't want to eat the yolk raw anyway. Food poisoning and I are already disturbingly well acquainted.

- Chubbypanda

Emily

Hi Ken,

For the peppers, no, you don't take out anything just put in a little salt and that's it. It can be a little messy eating but that's part of the fun.

Hi Walt,

I'm looking forward to seeing your brik à l'oeufs soon!

Ken Broadhurst

Emily, about those corne de boeuf peppers, do you take the seeds and ribs out before you put the salt inside and cook them? We have dozens and dozens of peppers like that in our garden and aren't sure what to do with them. Ken

wcs

That looks great; we'll have to try that. I need to add feuilles de brik to my shopping list!

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