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#107245 - 06/19/05 03:47 PM THE LAST EVER Recipe Of The Week - 20/06/05
DNA Offline


Registered: 04/30/05
Posts: 116
Loc: UK.
Something this week for the meat lovers out there, bit of a change from the plethora of seafood recipes that i have been posting of recent. This was passed onto me from a friend in The Big Apple who runs a restaurant near Times Square, and is one of his most popular dishes. Passed from Wolfgang Puck to one of his Associates, lost by me on the flight back, and found on his website...

Wolfgang Puck's New York Steak with Mushrooms.

Serves 4


12 scallions or new onions
4 New York Strip steaks (8 to 10 ounces each), cut 1 inch thick
Salt
Freshly ground pepper
4 tablespoons (2 ounces) unsalted butter
1 pound fresh shiitake (or oyster) mushrooms, sliced 1/4 inch thick
1/3 cup Cognac or brandy
2 cups Beef Stock, reduced to 1 cup (in a skillet)
1 package enoki mushrooms, stemmed (available at many supermarkets)

This recipe calls for scallions or new onions. New onions are similar to scallions or green onions, but slightly larger and the bulb end is rounder.

1. Heat a grill. When hot, grill the onions for about 2 minutes on each side, or until they are tender but crunchy. If you don’t have a grill, blanch the onions in boiling salted water. Drain and keep warm.

2. Season the steaks on both sides with salt and pepper. Reserve.

3. In a heavy skillet, heat 2 tablespoons of butter until bubbling slightly. Cook the shiitakes over high heat until they begin to brown slightly. Season lightly with salt and pepper. Remove from the p
an and keep warm.

4. Carefully pour the Cognac or brandy into the hot skillet and ignite. Let the flame die out naturally. Reduce the Cognac to 2 tablespoons, scraping any loose bits that cling to the bottom of the pan. Stir in the reduced beef stock. Reduce the sauce until slightly thickened, but still very light. Return the mushrooms and their juice to the sauce and reduce more if necessary. Correct the seasonings.

5. Stir in the remaining 2 tablespoons butter, a little at a time. Stir in the enoki mushrooms. Set the sauce aside and keep warm.

6. Grill the steaks on the preheated grill for 3 minutes on each side, or sauté them in a very hot skillet with a little oil for 3 minutes on each side, or until the meat is medium rare. Remove from the heat.

7. If necessary, reheat the sauce very gently.

Divide the scallions or new onions equally among 4 warm dinner plates. Spoon the mushroom sauce over the onions. Place a steak in the middle of each plate. Serve immediately.

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#107246 - 06/20/05 12:40 PM Re: Recipe Of The Week - 20/06/05 [Re: DNA]
dragondancer Offline

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Thanks for the meat recipe, DNA. Definitely going to try this one! Steak......mmmmmmmmmm.


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#107247 - 06/20/05 01:26 PM Re: Recipe Of The Week - 20/06/05 [Re: dragondancer]
Caesar Offline

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Registered: 06/01/03
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You should check out the website this was copied and pasted from...at least there you get it from the source (and there's pictures).

http://www.wolfgangpuck.com/recipedetail.php?Alias=RE_WP0105
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#107248 - 06/20/05 03:09 PM Re: Recipe Of The Week - 20/06/05 [Re: Caesar]
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Registered: 12/27/04
Posts: 245
Loc: Northern Virginia, USA
teehee there ya go bursting the bubble yet again

TY for the linkage
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#107249 - 06/21/05 03:31 AM Re: Recipe Of The Week - 20/06/05 [Re: Caesar]
DNA Offline


Registered: 04/30/05
Posts: 116
Loc: UK.
Quote:

You should check out the website this was copied and pasted from...at least there you get it from the source (and there's pictures).

http://www.wolfgangpuck.com/recipedetail.php?Alias=RE_WP0105




So Wolfgang Puck is not allowed to be a friend of mine? For shame! CG, you got an issue with me (acting as pitbull for someone else?) you say it. I am one of a handful of 3 star top chef's in the UK (Discarnate Entity knows my Restaurant) and i am on good terms with the likes of Antony Worrall Thompson, Rick Stein (my employer) and Nick Nairn. Show me someone else on LttD who even remotely comes close, and i shall make a full public apology.

So the CoS is based on personal achievement? I'm doing quite well on that scale then, Sir.

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#107250 - 06/21/05 06:45 AM Re: Recipe Of The Week - 20/06/05 [Re: DNA]
Hagen von Tronje Offline

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Registered: 06/28/01
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So the CoS is based on personal achievement?

That's right. What Warlock CaesarsGhost is pointing out is that you are not personally responsible for this recipe "achievement."

For the record, there is nothing wrong with posting outside material. The problem is when it is not properly credited. It really doesn't matter if Wolfgang Puck is your uncle, if he wrote the recipe, when you reproduce it, it behooves you to state clearly the source. That's not up for dispute. Copyright laws come into effect the moment you cease to credit your sources, and if nothing else, honor demands that you give credit where credit is due.

If you're a three star chef, surely you have your own recipes as well. It really doesn't matter to me if you wrote it, or if King Tutankamen wrote it and you like it, but if it is not your own, original, personal work and nobody else's, then you are required to cite its original source, as informatively as possible (i.e. a link to the webpage where possible, book title, etc).
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#107251 - 06/21/05 06:54 AM Re: Recipe Of The Week - 20/06/05 [Re: DNA]
Magister Frost Offline

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Registered: 06/12/01
Posts: 4630
Loc: Dallas, Texas
The CoS does not solely base its opinion of people on personal achievement, there are MANY factors involved in this area. Lesser Magic would be one of those areas but this post clearly shows you do not understand it.

Regardless of who you are in the UK, I have personally never heard of you, you have never done anything to gain my attention or get personally invited to any of my parties. You have no recognition in this organization ... so in a sense you are the exact same as 90% of everyone else on this board. So really there is no need to show you anyone who comes close to you because ... 90% is a lot of people and my fingers would get tired typing all the names out.

So the next time you want to talk "rudely" to a Warlock who has done more in my eyes than you could ever ... you may want to think of where that will get you ... He was merely pointing out an obvious fact that you do NOT give credit where credit is due for this "posts" you make, your reply was unwarranted.
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#107252 - 06/21/05 07:45 AM Re: Recipe Of The Week - 20/06/05 [Re: Hagen von Tronje]
DNA Offline


Registered: 04/30/05
Posts: 116
Loc: UK.
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Copyright laws come into effect the moment you cease to credit your sources, and if nothing else, honor demands that you give credit where credit is due.




Done, Warlock Leviathan, as you so rightly pointed out.

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#107253 - 06/21/05 07:48 AM Re: Recipe Of The Week - 20/06/05 [Re: Magister Frost]
DNA Offline


Registered: 04/30/05
Posts: 116
Loc: UK.
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Regardless of who you are in the UK, I have personally never heard of you, you have never done anything to gain my attention or get personally invited to any of my parties.




Good grief, all you had to do was ask! The next time you are in the UK's capital, drop me a line and i'll try and set up a personal soiree for yourself and any other friends who you might have with you. I travel to the US a couple of times per year, mostly New York and San Francisco, but never (so far) to the Lone Star State. Perhaps at some point in the future...

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#107254 - 06/21/05 10:00 AM Re: Recipe Of The Week - 20/06/05 [Re: DNA]
Caesar Offline

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Registered: 06/01/03
Posts: 2381
I say all the time that people "tell on themselves". Here I only point out the obvious, and out you come with all this self-consciousness. What will you do when someone really calls your number?

I don't know you and I don't care to, judging from how you've consistently presented yourself here. I also don't care who you are friends with. A spiderweb is only as sure as its spider.

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Show me someone else on LttD who even remotely comes close, and i shall make a full public apology.




Comes close to what? Being a '3 star chef'? You must be joking (and that's giving you the benefit of the doubt). You also in one sweeping statement just revealed how you really see others here, and that's quite an outright presumptious insult.

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So the CoS is based on personal achievement? I'm doing quite well on that scale then, Sir.




I think you need to reevaluate what personal achievement is. You also need to stop assuming what you think to be what the Church of Satan is based on is something you have successfully obtained.
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#107255 - 06/21/05 10:25 AM Re: Recipe Of The Week - 20/06/05 [Re: DNA]
Magister Frost Offline

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Registered: 06/12/01
Posts: 4630
Loc: Dallas, Texas
Quote:

Good grief, all you had to do was ask! ...




Actually no, I should not have to ask what would be the point of that? I do not ask anyone anything, I let them prove themselves to me, that in turn allows me to treat them accordingly. Its interesting to see how many people don't "get it" .... very interesting.
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#107256 - 06/21/05 11:28 AM Re: Anthony Warrell Thomson? [Re: DNA]
Drake_Bamboozle Offline
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Registered: 06/25/02
Posts: 10774
Loc: England
>>and i am on good terms with the likes of Anthony Warrell Thomson<<

Does he know you cannot even spell his name?

His name is:

Antony Worrall Thompson.

You didn't spell either his first, middle or last name correctly.
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#107257 - 06/21/05 11:37 AM Re: Recipe Of The Week - 20/06/05 [Re: Caesar]
DNA Offline


Registered: 04/30/05
Posts: 116
Loc: UK.
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I say all the time that people "tell on themselves". Here I only point out the obvious, and out you come with all this self-consciousness. What will you do when someone really calls your number?




Okay. I admit it. I'm king of the fish people and this is one of my many guises. No really, your above question is nothing more than vague reverse psychology fishing for an answer, and as such is insulting, and deserves the same as such.

Quote:

Being a '3 star chef'? You must be joking (and that's giving you the benefit of the doubt). You also in one sweeping statement just revealed how you really see others here, and that's quite an outright presumptious insult.




You are showing your lack of perception by not doing your research. All the answers are there in front of you. Don't be lazy, do your homework...


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I think you need to reevaluate what personal achievement is. You also need to stop assuming what you think to be what the Church of Satan is based on is something you have successfully obtained.




Something i percieve from various articles on the CoS Website. Seems straightforward enough. We keep seeing the 'tag' or moniker of 'Alien Elite.' Plenty Alien, not a great deal of Elite. From a certain point of view, of course. And with so much of Satanism up to individual interpretation, that is mine...

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#107258 - 06/21/05 11:40 AM Re: Antony Worrall Thompson? [Re: Drake_Bamboozle]
DNA Offline


Registered: 04/30/05
Posts: 116
Loc: UK.
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>>and i am on good terms with the likes of Anthony Warrell Thomson<<

Does he know you cannot even spell his name?

His name is:

Antony Worrall Thompson.

You didn't spell either his first, middle or last name correctly.




I stand corrected. Quite possibly my first spelling error, and not bad considering that one is dyslexic. Please, no jokes this minute.

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#107259 - 06/21/05 12:41 PM Re: Recipe Of The Week - 20/06/05 [Re: DNA]
RustySpring Offline
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Registered: 03/10/04
Posts: 1109
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I am one of a handful of 3 star top chef's in the UK (Discarnate Entity knows my Restaurant)



To clarify, Warlock Discarnate Entity knows of the restaurant you SAY you own! I would refrain from using him as a source of corroboration for your ‘stories’.

I speak only for myself, but I think you are a Walter Mitty type with some sort of agenda.

I have nothing more to say.

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#107260 - 06/21/05 12:49 PM Re: Recipe Of The Week - 20/06/05 [Re: DNA]
Rev_Malebranche Offline
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Registered: 06/03/02
Posts: 4136
Loc: Oregon
Absolutely scathing, sir.

Why, between superstar chefs, filmmakers with listings on the prestigious and discriminating IMDB, and who knows how many other pretentious name-dropping Internet impersonators with a dead common herd understanding of the word "elite," the CoS might as well just pack it in! It's just amazing how much your average UK citizen knows about the accomplishments of Satanists worldwide. It's equally amazing how many of these incredibly successful people have nothing better to do than hang out on Internet message boards pestering the very people they think so little of. It's almost as if these accomplished chaps are not quite who they say they are...

Ponderous, really....

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From a certain point of view, of course. And with so much of Satanism up to individual interpretation, that is mine...




...and you are incorrect. In so very many ways.

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#107261 - 06/21/05 01:04 PM Re: Antony Worrall Thompson? [Re: DNA]
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Registered: 04/09/05
Posts: 733
Loc: A Harsh Reality ,Wa USA
One can be, or say, anything online.

Consistent association is the only proof positive,not one of you here know me in real life. In time, some of you will.

I take nothing for granted, and wish to HAVE to prove myself-for that is also a personal accomplishment. I have no trust or respect for those who feel they can base who they are on the accomplishments of,or associations they have with *others*.

You Sir,protest far too much. You are either sychophantic in the extreme,or defensive when confronted. When I see proof POSITIVE of YOUR personal accomplishments,I will have a modicum of respect for you.

But for now, I only see you arguing with, and disrespecting, *Magisters and Warlocks* who have by very hard work EARNED thier place in this organization.

Then immediately flip-flopping when slapped down for it.

I am in NO doubt of thier accomplishments.

But I am,of yours.
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#107262 - 06/21/05 02:42 PM Re: Recipe Of The Week - 20/06/05 [Re: DNA]
Caesar Offline

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Registered: 06/01/03
Posts: 2381
Now that you've finally unraveled/revealed yourself, I suppose it's time I stopped feeding the monkey (though sometimes I admit it is cute to watch them eat ).
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#107263 - 06/21/05 02:51 PM Evidence - [Re: Rev_Malebranche]
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Registered: 04/30/05
Posts: 116
Loc: UK.
Gentlemen,
I understand the levels of respect Vs Anonymity that one can attain on the web, which is the reason that i sent individual invitations (open) to select members of the CoS Clergy, including telephone numbers and address of the restaurant here in the UK that i am head Chef of.

My reason for 'hitting the ceiling' at certain points is that i loathe getting into meaningless protracted arguments with anonymous puff shirts online. The tagline of LttD is "Where the Elite come to Play' after all. I work hard. I come here to kick back with a glass of wine and talk about all subjects, from the esoteric to the latest violence-fest from Michael Bay.

And to close the matter once and for all Jack, your suggestion about my relationship with Scottish commercial Director Michael Skivington is far wide of the mark. Mr Skivington introduced me to Satanism, is a consumate reader of LaVey's philosophy with a complete library of his works, and an accomplished film-maker in his native Scotland. My affinity towards him is brotherly after knowing him for 22 years, and that his introduction of restaurant critic Michael Winner to XXXXX XXXXXXX raised the level of the establishment considerably in public view.

Your comment about individual interpretation of LaVey's work shall be answered in PM's, as any idea about publihing them in public forums would be considered 'inflammatory' due to a bad case of 'Unstoppable Force = Modern Satanism Vs Immovable Object = The Satanic Bible as written in 1969.

Thank you. Further matters may be addressed in PM's.

"I first discovered the Satanic Philosophy in 2002 when a friend passed me copies of the SB and SR. I was surprised at it's clear-headed thinking, pragmatism and stark outlook of the 2000+ year old world that we live in, and our place in it. i soon read the wealth of material available from the CoS Website (unfortunately discovering a number of wannabe shysters out there in the process, but that is to be expected.)

I have found as many others have that it is not a case of applying the 'satanic statements' as simply living it. I don't think that i could have gotten where i am today (head Chef at a 3 Star restaurant in the south of England) if i had to motivate myself to 'live the satanic philosophy.'

I get paid to do something that i enjoy. The world of food is my life, and it is something that i take great personal pleasure in, in both the art and the craft.

We came from the sea, and we shall return to the sea..."

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#107264 - 06/21/05 03:35 PM Re: Recipe Of The Week - 20/06/05 [Re: DNA]
LKRice Offline

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Registered: 06/28/01
Posts: 6412
So Wolfgang Puck is not allowed to be a friend of mine? For shame! CG, you got an issue with me (acting as pitbull for someone else?) you say it. I am one of a handful of 3 star top chef's in the UK (Discarnate Entity knows my Restaurant) and i am on good terms with the likes of Antony Worrall Thompson, Rick Stein (my employer) and Nick Nairn. Show me someone else on LttD who even remotely comes close, and i shall make a full public apology.

OK, everybody, can any of you say the word "pretentious"?

Good.

Now, would anyone care to use it in a sentence?
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