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Awesome looking meal.  My husband and I were talking last night about how it's the little things that make cooking taste like "restaurant" food. Like whatever delicious topping is on your steak. I have to ask what it is?

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29 minutes ago, shuley said:

Awesome looking meal.  My husband and I were talking last night about how it's the little things that make cooking taste like "restaurant" food. Like whatever delicious topping is on your steak. I have to ask what it is?

 

That is a mixture of melted butter, Neapolitan Herb Balsamic Vinegar, and feta cheese. First time using this mixture. Tasted pretty good. 

 

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1 hour ago, kaybee said:

Now that is a beautiful looking cook!!

 

Now please explain to me the purple crack berry part?

 

Tasmanian Pepper Berries. They turn your food purple and are almost as addictive as crack. 

 

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Tasmanian Pepper Berries. They turn your food purple and are almost as addictive as crack. 
 


Ah, going to have to look for those. They sound intriguing.

It's a unique name for a dish .... Your post came up first when I did an Google search on the term (which I was slightly worried about doing [emoji1] [emoji1] [emoji1] ).
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8 minutes ago, kaybee said:

 


Ah, going to have to look for those. They sound intriguing.

It's a unique name for a dish .... Your post came up first when I did an Google search on the term (which I was slightly worried about doing emoji1.pngemoji1.pngemoji1.png ).

 

 

They are the Tasmanian Mountain Pepper plant. Only comes from Australia and mostly from Tasmania. Very hard to cultivate so a large portion of the crop is harvested from the wild although there are a few farms making a go of it. 

 

There was none available last year due to a drought. A better crop this year but still not sure how easy they would be found for general sale. @Aussie Joewas nice to work with me for over a year and a half to get me some. I feel very fortunate in that. 

 

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They are the Tasmanian Mountain Pepper plant. Only comes from Australia and mostly from Tasmania. Very hard to cultivate so a large portion of the crop is harvested from the wild although there are a few farms making a go of it. 
 
There was none available last year due to a drought. A better crop this year but still not sure how easy they would be found for general sale. [mention=7464]Aussie Joe[/mention]was nice to work with me for over a year and a half to get me some. I feel very fortunate in that. 
 


Are you deliberately trying to drive me insane? Something with such a great build up and I likely can't get it???? Arggh...

I do admire your dedication, spending a year and a half in quest of an ingredient!!! Now where's my pith helmet and knife, I have a mission...
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