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3.247 Pan-Fried Brisket with Mixed Greens in Oriental Dressing


-Cycle 3, Item 247-
8 (Sat) September 2012

-Korean-
Pan-Fried Brisket with Mixed Greens in Oriental Dressing

3.0

by Cho JH

at their home

-Oksu, Seoul-

with Cho JH, Choi SW, Hwang SE, Jeong D, Kim KH, Lee HS, Yong I, Yun YH

I suggested getting together for a night of poker.  Jinhee and Kiho volunteered to host the game at their apartment.  Jinhee cooked dinner.  We played. We drank.  I woke up. It was 2PM.  I was in my own bed.  I couldn't remember a thing.  I'd gotten so sloshed that the blackout had gone retroactive and erased memories prior to the point of intoxication.  On a positive note, I discovered a big fat wad of cash on my dresser.


For dinner, Jinhee fried up some slices of brisket, placed them on a bed of mixed greens, and drizzled everything with Oriental Dressing, a bottled sweet & sour sesame-soy sauce from Pulmuone.  It was very good.   

The view from their apartment, located at a perfect angle on a turn in the river, creating a unique perspective of the bridge and expressway intersecting in an X formation, perhaps the best view in the city, especially when Dongho Bridge and Oksu Station are illuminated at night.

8 comments:

  1. glad you had the wherewithal to take photos of the meal before getting sloshed. otherwise this blog could have been ruined!

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  2. well, the blog was already ruined last year, when i got sloshed at camping and left my phone in the rain, allowing it too to get sloshed and losing the photos for the past 2 evenings.

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  3. oh my god, that sounds like the Ki you were in college (retroactive blackouts)

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  4. my entire first year of law school was a retroactive blackout.

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  5. why don't you up the ante and call the formative years of your life (for example ages 10-30) were one retroactive blackout. Oh my god, stop me if I'm being too mean but this is fun. :)

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  6. what's fun, using cutesy puns like "up the ante" in a post about poker?

    anyway, i had several moments of clarity between the ages of 10-30.

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  7. I didn't even realize I did that! This is even more fun than I originally thought. What do you have against puns? and I would argue that I never said you couldn't have moments of clarity in a blackout. Maybe you're still in the blackout and only THINK you're having moments of clarity (and this blog helps you)...

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  8. i no longer have any idea what you're talking about.

    (i have nothing against good puns.)

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