That looks good. I love General Tso's Chicken!
Cute Jewboy makes Chinese food!
|by Anonymous||reply 99||Last Friday at 9:40 PM|
Jewboy? Is that supposed to be acceptable because you called him cute?
|by Anonymous||reply 1||10/06/2020|
|by Anonymous||reply 2||10/06/2020|
|by Anonymous||reply 3||10/06/2020|
The recipe looks good, but where's the schmaltz? I've made this before, but fried in chicken fat. Canola oil is vile. At least his recipe left out artificial colour. It's also better with Sambal IMHO.
|by Anonymous||reply 4||10/06/2020|
Yuck. He looks like James Charles' younger more 'butch' brother.
You can keep him OP.
That chicken does look good. probably costs 1/5 of what you would pay for takeaway.
|by Anonymous||reply 5||10/06/2020|
[quote] At least his recipe left out artificial colour. It's also better with Sambal IMHO.
How many home cooks add food coloring to meat dishes?
|by Anonymous||reply 6||10/06/2020|
He is actually a pretty good performer for his age, but no - not cute at all
|by Anonymous||reply 7||10/06/2020|
R6 A lot of accomplished Western cooks making Chinese or other Asian dishes will use sauces from bottles which have these typical colours. Others do add the colour separately, because they believe it makes it look more authentic.
I'm not going to debate something so trivial, but this dish is usually Day-Glo Orange, or Reddish Orange in the US/UK. Many add artificial colour when they make Char Sieu Pork, as an example. Sorry, but you'd be surprised.
|by Anonymous||reply 8||10/06/2020|
^ I forgot to mention, sadly same goes for most Tandoori Chicken made at home by people other than Indians, Pakistanis, and Bangladeshis.
|by Anonymous||reply 9||10/06/2020|
Chicken cooks chicken.
|by Anonymous||reply 10||10/06/2020|
Does he keep kosher? I wouldn't want to miss out on his BBQ ribs.
|by Anonymous||reply 11||10/06/2020|
Isn't this cultural appropriation?
|by Anonymous||reply 12||10/06/2020|
No, because without the Jews, Chinese food would never survive in America.
|by Anonymous||reply 13||10/06/2020|
OP was right about one thing: he is cute.
Is he 18 yet? 👀
|by Anonymous||reply 14||10/06/2020|
It's not cultural appropriation, because of a little unknown history: The tribes of Israel came from the sons of Israel. “Israel” is the name that God gave Jacob (Genesis 32:28). His twelve sons are Reuben, Simeon, Levi, Judah, Dan, Naphtali, Gad, Asher, Issachar, Zebulun, Joseph, Benjamin , and Cheng.
|by Anonymous||reply 15||10/06/2020|
He is 18 - an adult. You look stupid now.
|by Anonymous||reply 16||10/06/2020|
He is cute, but maybe not so much with the jewboy appellation. Jewish boy would be fine, even boychik. Jewboy makes you sound like a Nazi.
|by Anonymous||reply 17||10/06/2020|
The other guy in R14 is cuter.
|by Anonymous||reply 18||10/06/2020|
I like NJB, r17.
|by Anonymous||reply 19||10/06/2020|
But he’s probably already used up, R18. I want Eitan’s fresh, boychik hole. I’ll have that yarmulke flying across the room. Then he can make me something good to eat afterward.
|by Anonymous||reply 20||10/06/2020|
[quote] [R6] A lot of accomplished Western cooks making Chinese or other Asian dishes will use sauces from bottles which have these typical colours. Others do add the colour separately, because they believe it makes it look more authentic. I'm not going to debate something so trivial, but this dish is usually Day-Glo Orange, or Reddish Orange in the US/UK. Many add artificial colour when they make Char Sieu Pork, as an example. Sorry, but you'd be surprised.
I’ve made sesame chicken many times and I’ve used different recipes. None of them called for food coloring. Of course jarred sauces have food coloring. Many many packaged foods do. I’ve not encountered a recipe that calls for a store bought sauce.
|by Anonymous||reply 21||10/06/2020|
I want to smoke whatever it is you’re smoking, because that guy’s fucking hideous.
|by Anonymous||reply 22||10/06/2020|
r20 I think when you fuck his boipussy, you have to use that sheet with hole in it.
|by Anonymous||reply 23||10/06/2020|
Is his family Trump supporters?
|by Anonymous||reply 24||10/06/2020|
I have never seen a guy cooking while wearing a kippah.
|by Anonymous||reply 25||10/06/2020|
I hope his parents are accepting of his homosexuality.
|by Anonymous||reply 26||10/06/2020|
Why so much cornstarch? It probably tastes like paper mache.
|by Anonymous||reply 27||10/07/2020|
In his National Voter Day conversation with IG's Adam Mosseri, some people are posting that Eitan might have voted for Trump. A lot of posters [italic]are[/italic] Trump voters.
|by Anonymous||reply 28||10/07/2020|
R21 Thanks for sharing about your forays into Chinese cooking, however "Sesame Chicken" isn't a dish that is ever coloured in Chinese restaurants. Certain ones are.
WTF is your point? Many Chinese dishes do not have these artificial colours, but some do. In the US, Sweet & Sour Pork is another one: It's deep fried pork with a gooey bright pink or orange sweet sauce. Wherever do you live that you continue to deny the existence of these dishes? They sell these sauces in many stores here, and in Canada.
|by Anonymous||reply 29||10/07/2020|
Jewboy? Boychik? Jewish boy?
What's next? Buck nigger?
|by Anonymous||reply 30||10/07/2020|
|by Anonymous||reply 31||10/07/2020|
A day in his life. Looks like cookies are a big part of his life.
|by Anonymous||reply 32||10/07/2020|
He has an infectious smile and energy.
His grandfather died because of covid. :(c
|by Anonymous||reply 33||10/07/2020|
Every last syllable of every of his sentence is annoying!
But where the fuck is monosodium glutamate? No MSG, no Chinese food!!!
|by Anonymous||reply 34||10/07/2020|
At least he not annoying like the bitch from Brooklyn who dissed all Chinese restaurants & Chinese food by saying she felt Chinese restaurant food was dirty and she was going to make "clean" Chinese food. She started a restaurant in Greenwich Village to show everyone how to make her clean Chinese food. I think she lasted 6 months.
|by Anonymous||reply 35||10/07/2020|
[quote]she felt Chinese restaurant food was dirty and she was going to make "clean" Chinese food.
|by Anonymous||reply 36||10/07/2020|
You cunts who greyed this out now make it so we can't get the fucking recipe. Nice work...I feel like a homo liberated from Auschwitz and then prosecuted by the Allies a week later.
|by Anonymous||reply 37||10/07/2020|
Why did OP choose a 2 1/2 year old YouTube video to post here? A video not about anything of particular relevance to Dataloungers?
|by Anonymous||reply 38||10/07/2020|
[quote]He is 18 - an adult
He's an adult now - but the link OP posted is from March 2018, so he wasn't an adult in that video.
|by Anonymous||reply 39||10/07/2020|
Here's his recipe for General Tso's Chicken. He seems to be aware of how much cornstarch he's using: "Note: It will be VERY thick, almost paste-like."
|by Anonymous||reply 40||10/07/2020|
OP, shut your racist goy ass the fuck up. Jewish men are MEN, like a Chinaman.
|by Anonymous||reply 41||10/07/2020|
r40 Did you somehow miss the ORIGINAL POST?
|by Anonymous||reply 42||10/07/2020|
R42 did you somehow miss r37? I was being nice. You are being A FUCKING CUNT.
|by Anonymous||reply 43||10/07/2020|
You mean "Cute boy with mutilated cock cooks Chinese" was just too much to type?
|by Anonymous||reply 44||10/07/2020|
How soon before his balls crop and his voice deepens?
|by Anonymous||reply 45||10/07/2020|
I'll stick with this guy...
|by Anonymous||reply 46||10/07/2020|
Food = 😋 Chef = 🤤
|by Anonymous||reply 47||10/07/2020|
"You mean "Cute boy with mutilated cock cooks Chinese" was just too much to type?"
And you couldn't refrain from being a totally asshole mocking a centuries old religious tradition?
|by Anonymous||reply 48||10/07/2020|
r43 It's not greyed out for me.
|by Anonymous||reply 49||10/07/2020|
Yet you felt the need to cunt, r49?
|by Anonymous||reply 50||10/07/2020|
Yet you felt the need to cunt, r49?
|by Anonymous||reply 51||10/07/2020|
Another Jewish guy goes on a Chinese food expedition.
|by Anonymous||reply 52||10/07/2020|
He'd be really good looking if he had a nose job. Seriously
|by Anonymous||reply 53||10/07/2020|
[quote] He is 18 - an adult. You look stupid now.
No, the eldergay OP still looks not only antisemitic, but also gross for lusting after someone who is barely legal and probably 40 or 50 years younger than OP.
|by Anonymous||reply 54||10/07/2020|
R53 He doesn't need a nose job. His face and features are still developing at eighteen. I like a prominent nose myself.
|by Anonymous||reply 55||10/07/2020|
[quote] [R21] Thanks for sharing about your forays into Chinese cooking, however "Sesame Chicken" isn't a dish that is ever coloured in Chinese restaurants. Certain ones are. WTF is your point? Many Chinese dishes do not have these artificial colours, but some do. In the US, Sweet & Sour Pork is another one: It's deep fried pork with a gooey bright pink or orange sweet sauce. Wherever do you live that you continue to deny the existence of these dishes? They sell these sauces in many stores here, and in Canada.
Is this thread about a restaurant or restaurant cooking? Is it about a jarred sauce? No. This thread is about a young man cooking the dish from scratch. To which someone responded. At least he didn’t use food coloring. To which I replied. How often do home cooks add food coloring to meat dishes! And also I have made sesame chicken many times. I’ve not seen a recipe that calls for food coloring. Now which part of that are you not able to comprehend.
|by Anonymous||reply 56||10/08/2020|
R56 You certainly must be autistic or something. What you made at home, is NEVER coloured or dyed. People often try too hard emulating the style of restaurant fare, and like the plethora of examples I have provided, often do turn out dishes with those unnatural colours.
My mum trained as a chef, and was a cook in several restaurants, and I have been an accomplished home cook for decades. I know people who do this, and wanted to compliment the young man for avoiding those colours because the dish he cooks for us is often turned out in Day-Glo colours.
G-d help you, you're fucking annoying.
|by Anonymous||reply 57||10/08/2020|
R56 Please stop trolling me, I'm just a bit creeped now how your troubled mind latches onto my remarks. There's something fundamentally "off"about how your brain works... or doesn't work properly. I politely exolained myself how many bloody times? You still don't get it that Sesame Chicken simply isn't a dish Chinese expat cook around the world with food colour... Hmmmm... Are you this desperate for attention?
Well then, I just gave you two replies now. Enough?
If you're not mentally challenged you're a fuck of a little annoying troll! I'm going with my first inclination however.
|by Anonymous||reply 58||10/08/2020|
R57, you sound much more psycho than r56. He made an offhand remark indicating he doubts home cooks are inclined to add food coloring to the Chinese dishes they cook. He might be wrong, but so what? It is an entirely trivial issue. God knows why you felt the need to respond at all, let alone write several lengthy and tedious screeds about it, including one accusing people of not believing that Chinese food is ever colored garish colors, even in restaurants or with jarred sauces. No one said this, and again, who gives a flying fuck?
|by Anonymous||reply 59||10/08/2020|
R59 I answered that question, but then he can't seem to let it go... I think it's weird if someone can't realise many people imitate these dishes that are often coloured. It did not require three more fucking comments! He often does this with many of my comments in other threads.
He can doubt all he wants, but it happens.
|by Anonymous||reply 60||10/09/2020|
[quote] [R56] You certainly must be autistic or something. What you made at home, is NEVER coloured or dyed. People often try too hard emulating the style of restaurant fare, and like the plethora of examples I have provided, often do turn out dishes with those unnatural colours. My mum trained as a chef, and was a cook in several restaurants, and I have been an accomplished home cook for decades. I know people who do this, and wanted to compliment the young man for avoiding those colours because the dish he cooks for us is often turned out in Day-Glo colours. G-d help you, you're fucking annoying.
[quote] [R59] I answered that question, but then he can't seem to let it go... I think it's weird if someone can't realise many people imitate these dishes that are often coloured. It did not require three more fucking comments! He often does this with many of my comments in other threads. He can doubt all he wants, but it happens.
You’re obviously much older than I. Perhaps home cooks dying meat dishes was popular decades ago. It’s not something that I have currently encountered in recipes or in food media. Which is not to say it never happens. I’m simply questioning how common it is. What your moms training or restaurants have to do with any of this. I’m not sure
|by Anonymous||reply 61||10/09/2020|
Oh, e-fucking-nough, both of you. Each of you is more boring than the other. Snap out of it.
|by Anonymous||reply 62||10/09/2020|
R61 My background is that I know food, that's the relevance. I've also lived in four different countries, so I think I'm familiar with the Chinese expat style of the cuisine. I used to frequently visit China, HK, and Singapore as well. The authentic dishes in China don't come with those colours as much, but the rest of the world still does it.
I watch a lot of cooking shows and YouTube videos, and there are many home cooks who do this with Chinese and British Indian restaurant fare.
I'm fifty-one, but I don't think that has much anything to do with it. Many home cooks lack the vast array of ingredients for Chinese and Indian dishes, so though much of the dish is "from scratch" they do heavily rely on sauces and condiments from jars. I don't see why this devolved into a friggin debate from a compliment I made in passing to the young cook.
Too many trolls here quote people, and argue the most inane things. It's fucking tedious, especially when the remarks are not directed toward that poster. It's negative, and argumentative. Once, I can tolerate, not a continued bloody debate. Once I put this poster on "cunt control" (I don't block many permanently) I notice these back and forth peculiar exchanges on other threads I've participated in. It's bonkers.
|by Anonymous||reply 63||10/09/2020|
This thread is infested with gay Karens
|by Anonymous||reply 64||10/09/2020|
R64 Karens LOVE Chinese food! Two Karens here, one troll pestering someone four times.
|by Anonymous||reply 65||10/09/2020|
R59 If you're going to get in the middle of a grease fire, learn to count please. Four argumentative trolling comments do not equal "an offhand comment". I made the fucking offhand compliment. Stop defending trolls, check trolldar if you are unable to keep track please.
|by Anonymous||reply 66||10/09/2020|
[quote] I made the fucking offhand compliment.
Yes, and the other dude made the offhand (and IMO, inoffensive) reply that he assumed most home cooks don't use food coloring. It could have ended there if you had let this utterly unimportant error go, instead of feeling compelled to get all pissy and correct the guy in a bizarrely hostile way. .
|by Anonymous||reply 67||10/09/2020|
Food coloring or not, his Butter Paneer looks really good. I'm going to try it
|by Anonymous||reply 68||10/09/2020|
R67 No, in point of fact, he made four. Too daft to count, I see.
|by Anonymous||reply 69||10/10/2020|
Just watched the paneer recipe. My, but she is extra.
|by Anonymous||reply 70||10/11/2020|
One of the comment said he sounds like Kermit the Frog. I'd love to be his Miss Piggy!
Can you smell what the twink is cooking?
|by Anonymous||reply 71||10/15/2020|
[quote]Jewboy? Boychik? Jewish boy?What's next? Buck nigger?
You left out his hair style: The JewFro
|by Anonymous||reply 72||10/15/2020|
I dont think he has enough spices in the background.
|by Anonymous||reply 73||10/15/2020|
What's wrong with "Jewish boy"? Admittedly, I always put "nice" in front of it, but I don't think it's offensive on its own (unlike "Jewboy"). And "Jewfro" has never been offensive in my lifetime. I guess it depends on how you say it and, perhaps, your age, but it was never intended to offend.
|by Anonymous||reply 74||10/15/2020|
[quote]Isn't this cultural appropriation?
And they do that with Italians a lot too I have noticed. Maybe because they think they are similar but they are not. I am not exaggerating here, the 30 something daughter of a friend of mine posted her party invite a few years ago with the headline "we're going to party like Italians...but we're not" completely clueless of what she was saying. I was tempted to post a response like "great, we are going to the mall tomorrow, going to be shopping like Jews". But I chickened out.
And of course when I talked to her father, he thinks everyone is actually a descendant of Jews so whatever they do is OK.
|by Anonymous||reply 75||10/15/2020|
[quote]You cunts who greyed this out now make it so we can't get the fucking recipe. Nice work...I feel like a homo liberated from Auschwitz and then prosecuted by the Allies a week later.
R37, the link:
|by Anonymous||reply 76||10/15/2020|
His General Tso is a little bit dark. I'm guessing that he used the darker soy sauce that's usually reserved for table seasoning, instead of the light-colored soy used for cooking. It won't matter to the taste; I'm sure it's quite good either way.
|by Anonymous||reply 77||10/15/2020|
[quote]What's wrong with "Jewish boy"?
It's belittling, derogatory and offensive. Just like Jewboy, Jewfro, boychik, etc. That you don't find it offensive is irrelevant. It's exactly like saying nigger or faggot. Perhaps you don't find those offensive either.
|by Anonymous||reply 78||10/15/2020|
He was 16. How would you describe him if not as a "Jewish boy"?
|by Anonymous||reply 79||10/15/2020|
[quote]What's wrong with "Jewish boy
It's called racism embedded in social and cultural institutions where you don't realize it is historically derived ideas and cultural patterns that maintain present-day racial inequalities.
|by Anonymous||reply 80||10/15/2020|
r80 = part of why I'm glad I grew up in an earlier, more reasonable era
|by Anonymous||reply 81||10/15/2020|
What do you say instead of "Jewish boy" when describing a 16-year old Jewish boy?
|by Anonymous||reply 82||10/15/2020|
R78, of course it's offensive. That was the OP's intent. He and other trolls here wanted this thread to degenerate into yet another fistfight over their casual racism, while stoking it by defending its use. It's best to ignore that, in order not to give them what they were after, and just discuss the cook and his recipes. If it offends you that much, then abandon the thread. But don't feed the trollery.
|by Anonymous||reply 83||10/15/2020|
R79 R82 Don't pretend to be stupid. Or perhaps you're not pretending. You're using culturally-acceptable derogatory language due to entrenched anti-Jewish bigotry and hatred. Much like nigger was acceptable.
|by Anonymous||reply 84||10/15/2020|
R83 Never turn away from an injustice.
|by Anonymous||reply 85||10/15/2020|
R85, injustices online are not 'real' injustices. Pursuing trolls for their trollery is folly. All it does is bump the thread. If you were really concerned about the slur, you wouldn't keep doing that.
Try to keep yourself from succumbing to SIWOTI Syndrome (𝐒omeone 𝐈s 𝐖rong 𝐎n 𝐓he 𝐈nternet).
|by Anonymous||reply 86||10/15/2020|
Okay, I'll ask it again, what verbiage does one use to describe a 16-year-old Jewish boy if "16-year-old Jewish boy" is no longer acceptable? This was not even remotely offensive when I was young (1960s), and I grew up in a northeastern neighborhood that was half-Jewish. A good number of my friends were nice Jewish boys. I was a guest at numerous Bar Mitzvahs. I have never been called anti-Semitic in my life before this morning.
|by Anonymous||reply 87||10/15/2020|
[quote].I feel like a homo liberated from Auschwitz and then prosecuted by the Allies a week later.
Actually, while Jews were freed, homosexuals were in fact re-prisoned because they were homosexuals and it was considered a real crime.
|by Anonymous||reply 88||10/15/2020|
[quote]R87 —the least anti-Semitic person you've ever met
Is that you, Donald?
|by Anonymous||reply 89||10/15/2020|
Good Christian Boy
Good Muslim Boy
Tomato / Tomahto
|by Anonymous||reply 90||10/15/2020|
Not "good," r90, "nice."
|by Anonymous||reply 91||10/15/2020|
[quote]nice goy boy
Or in this instance, "nice goyische boy."
|by Anonymous||reply 92||10/15/2020|
[quote]nice Jewish boys
[quote]nice goy boy
[quote]nice goyische boy
R92 R91 et al Cut the rationalizing/justification horseshit. You're deplorable Jew-hating trash. No one's fooled.
|by Anonymous||reply 93||10/15/2020|
Except that that isn't true, r93. Just isn't.
|by Anonymous||reply 94||10/15/2020|
[quote]Except that that isn't true . . . Just isn't.
Yes, it is. And everyone reading your posts would readily concur.
Deplorable. Jew-hating. Trash. YOU R94.
|by Anonymous||reply 95||10/15/2020|
[quote]nice goy boy
I never head the word Goy until I came to the DL. Maybe it's more common in NY but not so in other parts of the country. And odd since I work in Beverly Hills where there is no shortage of Jewish people.
|by Anonymous||reply 96||10/15/2020|
Would Kite Phag be less offensive?
|by Anonymous||reply 97||10/17/2020|
Shocked OP didn’t say food Orientals eat.
|by Anonymous||reply 98||10/17/2020|
I think you mean Asiatics 👦
|by Anonymous||reply 99||Last Friday at 9:40 PM|