Today, we woke to a lot of snow again. I had offered to drop M off at school so he wouldn’t have to walk in the snow. It’s about 6 inches deep. The drive to Vs school was longer than usual, even with the detour. Nevertheless I got her to school a few minutes after nine. But of course, baby W was getting impatient. So I made a stop at our favourite Korean grocery store – Galleria.
At our house, we love meat. Galleria has the best quality meats we’ve seen for a reasonable price. Their butchery puts out great cuts of meat and because it’s an Asian store, there’s a wide selection of animal bones. The cold weather always makes me feel like soup so I bought a few trays of beef and pork bones for soup making. Beef Chuck Rib and pork belly were also on sale.
Here is what I’ve planned for each of the meats.
Beef Tendons – sous vide in a curry sauce
Short Rib Bones – roast and make beef Pho broth (mmm…)
Chuck Rib – sous vide with Korean BBQ Sauce and then sear to finish (reduce the juice to a thick sauce to drizzle over)
Pork Bones – make Gamjatang (Korean Pork Bone Soup – my favourite!)
Pork Belly – sous vide with a soy garlic marinade and sear
Stay tuned to see the finished dishes!