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Holiday Giveaway #16: Fitzsu- 12.09.10

18-Fitzsu.jpg It’s holiday season here at NOTCOT, and we’re doing our annual Gift Guides, Coupons and Giveaways! Just our little way of giving a big hug to awesome brands and readers as we close out 2010!

UPDATE: Congrats to Katie in Sydney!

NOTCOT Holiday Giveaway #16 is here ~ and today our friends from Fitzsu are giving one lucky reader: a Boomerang Wok and an Alea 16 pc. Stone Trivet! Though this wok and playfully unexpected trivet set fit perfectly with our Kitchen Theme today, don’t forget to check out all the other amazing designer goodies for just about anyone in your life over at Fitzsu too!

For a chance to win, leave a comment by midnight on Dec 13th (PST) ~ sharing what you imagine making in this magical WOK!

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surely i’ll cook my family heritage recipes! and for this christmas, i think i’ll cook them a dreamy ‘nori-on-beancurd with mushroom sauce’or here we called it ‘angsio tahu’. slurpy and healthy, and go with vegan too!

----- ninik 13.12.10 22:45

Fried Rice - I have left over rice in my fridge right now!

----- Dawn 13.12.10 20:08

Deliciousnesses

----- Jeremy 13.12.10 19:52

Yum, paprika chicken with sour cream sauce

----- Paulie 13.12.10 18:29

Some gnome’s homes a.k.a. mushroom stir fry!

----- Ashley 13.12.10 16:36

Oh man, I could make some delicious yummy goodness in that thing - there are just too many to count!

----- Josh Lyon 13.12.10 16:05

It’s so amazing I could even just use it as an ornament on my Christmas tree! :D

----- Eloisa Perissi 13.12.10 15:00

On the first day of Christmas my NOTCOT Wok gave to me a dinner with divine quality, On the second day of Christmas my NOTCOT wok gave to me two meals for the price of one, On the third day of Christmas my NOTCOT Wok gave to me three ways to save, Two meals for one and a dinner with divine quality. One the forth day of Christmas my NOTCOT wok gave to me four well basted hens, three ways to save, two meals for one, and a dinner with divine quality. On the fifth day of Christmas my NOTCOT Wok gave to me FIVE Budget meals…… on a shoe string.
You get the picture……… Cost effective quality.

----- A Ross 13.12.10 13:53

This looks like the perfect wok for my desperately-broke chili/carrot/cabbage/tofu stir fry! The key is to do all the tofu first, get it nice and brown and crusty, then onions and chilies (and some dry spices if ya like), then carrot, then cabbage, then tofu back in and moisten with a little soy sauce and fish sauce. So cheap. So delicious. So much better in a boomerang wok.

----- Alex 13.12.10 11:55

So many tofu stir fries.

----- Kay 13.12.10 11:34

Some real Chinese food that don’t taste like a white boy made it, though I’m Asian. That or Thomas Keller’s fried chicken recipe I’ve been meaning to make for the past few years.

----- TED 13.12.10 11:30

Thai, Chinese and Indian cuisine…..if I win this I plan to wok & roll with all sorts of interesting dishes. My mouth is watering just thinking about it!

----- Dana K. 13.12.10 11:12

I actually wouldn’t be making anything in there I’m a horrible cook. But my Boyfriend loves to cook. He loves to try different things but they always have a southern twist. Now I’m hungry.

----- Gordon 13.12.10 10:20

Anything, Everything and probably nothing since my girlfriend doesn’t let me cook using her wok. I imagine she would be very excited to get a new wok of such high quality.

----- justin 13.12.10 08:59

My wife could always use an extra wok, although I’ve been known to use one from time to time.

----- Mike 13.12.10 08:42

I love a good veggie stir fry! Bok Choy, baby corns, water chestnuts, straw mushrooms, garlic and some seasame oil; and perhaps a little shrimp. yeah, shrimp, maybe a little chicken, too. Yeah, shrimp and chicken, and maybe a little pork. YEAH, shrimp, chicken and pork… and BEEF! YEAH YEAH, THAT SOUNDS LIKE AN AWESOME VEGGIE STIR FRY! lol

----- bbates 13.12.10 07:02

Something really awesome with tofu.

----- james 13.12.10 06:53

I’d make a simple stir fry out of strips of beef, young tender stems of broccoli, bean sprouts and noodles. Mm, delicious! And usually its a bit of a nightmare to flip the broccoli so the pan would be a godsend. :D

----- Meredith KB 13.12.10 06:43

Making me a glutenfree wok meal is already quite hard for my housemates, sure they deserve some help on that!

----- Josje 13.12.10 05:36

Magic Pudding :)

----- Terrance 13.12.10 01:57

My hubbie would make much better use of this wok than me - I’m hoping he will make some amazing spam friend rice!

----- Hoister 13.12.10 00:09

big ‘ol bowl of cheerios [honey nut]

----- Jay 12.12.10 20:47

I have a weakness for peanut stirfry, so probably a lot of that!

----- Margaret 12.12.10 20:12

What a fun looking wok! I’ve used woks for years and can see how this design makes stir frying a piece of cake. Umm, that came out wrong. Oh well. Nice name: Boomerang Wok.

----- Gary H. 12.12.10 19:24

Yakisoooobaaaaa!

----- Jan 12.12.10 19:21

pineapple clear bean noodles cooked in coconut milk

----- Dave 12.12.10 17:38

Steak with sauted, caramelized onions. Tasty.

----- Gaetan 12.12.10 17:34

SWEET AND SOUR CHICKEN!

----- jay p 12.12.10 17:29

There is evidently a bunch to know about this. I feel you made some nice points in features also.

----- Heike Noriego 12.12.10 17:26

There is apparently a bunch to realize about this. I suppose you made certain nice points in features also.

----- Tereasa Niemie 12.12.10 17:18

Veggie lo mein. Mmmmmmmm.

----- reva skie 12.12.10 16:35

Couldn’t imagine stir-frying could be done on a ceramic hob. This would be one royal way to enter the world of stir-frying. My first dish though would be the perfect french omlette, all juicy and soft on the inside.

----- Agirs 12.12.10 16:23

i would use it as a stylish hat

----- JJ 12.12.10 16:02

i would make mouths water.

----- christina 12.12.10 15:59

It’s gotta be Shrimp Pad Thai! GRUB!

----- Justin 12.12.10 15:57

I imagine cooking an epic grilled cheese!

----- mia 12.12.10 11:56

Hands down, I will be making pad thai! Let’s get that yummy Thai food cookin’!

----- Mari Baquir 12.12.10 11:42

I would try cooking all the stir fries I order out & maybe save a few bucks to buy more awesomely designed cookware.

----- Kim Spencer 12.12.10 11:38

a big fat kipper with fresh butter and black pepper…

----- bailey 12.12.10 11:05

Oh man, what won’t I cook? Actually, that list is pretty long, so forget it. I’m going to try my hand at Pad Thai. I’m an awful cook, but this wok is pretty inspiring - and the trivet demands that I subject guests to my experiments!

----- Justin S 12.12.10 10:58

This wok is from the Netherlands! Anything from my home country would taste nice in this thing!

----- Erik S 12.12.10 10:26

When I was a volunteer in Khao Lak, Thailand after the tsunami the villagers made a dish with the freshest fish that they caught that morning, some delicious veggies and neon PINK noodles. I have never been able to recreate such a dish but I do dream of making it one day, and what better way to do it than in the Fitzsu Boomerang Wok!?!?

----- adam 12.12.10 09:57

This wok looks great for everything. It will be perfect for fried vegetables with tofu in a warm green salad.

----- Stav 12.12.10 09:48

I’d cook up delicious veggies from our farm!

----- jacqueline 12.12.10 08:36

During my christmas potluck for my friends this year, I could make some great stir fry veggies! :)

----- Jasper 12.12.10 08:05

*dreams of potential wok recipes* Actually for my first use, I won’t do anything fancy, I’m going to go for a nice side-dish with water spinach, garlic sliced thinly, dried shrimps, and sambal belacan. Mmmmmm.
Though I read one site where they made bread in a wok! Now that’s creative!

----- Ayla 12.12.10 05:02

Sweet mango chicken stir fry with shallot, pepers, hint of peanuts with fresh spinach leaves on the top! :)

----- Maciej Warchal 12.12.10 03:31

Omelettes!

----- Amy 12.12.10 01:15

Behold the amazing phenomenon that occurs when extremely hot oil and prawn chip coins are brought together. the flat coins dance and twirl until they are completely puffed into these lovely, crispy, omnom-y prawn chips (Kropek)

----- ellaqezi 12.12.10 01:04

mmmm…eggplant and lots of garlic

----- Michelle 11.12.10 22:24

I would use that fantastic Boomerang wok to make all the dishes my grandmother taught me and served our family throughout my childhood. Unfortunately, the wok she passed down to me is not longer ideal for cooking, but will still have a place in my kitchen.

----- Stephanie 11.12.10 22:00

Kimchi Fried Rice!!!

----- Justin R 11.12.10 21:24

Whatever my wife wants me to cook. I do love seeing her smile.

----- Jeremy 11.12.10 20:35

I would give this as a gift to my roommate Jason, He makes the BEST Spam fried rice!

SoOO goooD!

----- Johng 11.12.10 20:34

Well… obviously I would throw some ‘shrooms in. hehe. after the cat, of course. Just Kidding. I am not chinese. Nor do I associate the cooking of cats with chinese people.

I will stop digging my own grave, now.

----- Kylie 11.12.10 20:14

I would make an amazing veggie and chicken stirfry with my sesame, oyster, dijon, hoisin sauce. Then, I’d give her this awesome wok so she can try and beat my stirfry. I doubt it ;)

----- Natalie Evans 11.12.10 20:12

love love love this wok

----- Hollie Rollins 11.12.10 19:52

a mess!!!

----- mooni 11.12.10 18:47

I’d make food!

----- Darrel 11.12.10 17:09

My mom has one of those old-fashioned, heavy woks that you can’t find anywhere now. Everything she cooks with it and without it is wonderful (except for maybe bittermelon). I currently only have a frying pan in my arsenal, so winning the wok would help me master her recipes as well as putting my own spin on her traditional dishes and creating my own.

----- Lisa 11.12.10 11:56

I hope by winning this Boomerang wok, I can be a better cook in the kitchen.

----- Erwin John Labra 11.12.10 11:19

oh my god SO MUCH FRIED RICE

----- genie 11.12.10 10:47

Fried rice, and steamed dumplings!

----- Sandy 11.12.10 10:39

This is perfect! I have been searching for a wok for my boyfriend and my first apartment; and I am absolutely in love with the shape of this one! Perfect for shaking and not having things spill out the side! I imagine making more of the homemade lo mein that I have been struggling to make in small fry pans; curries and shrimp a thousand ways and veggies that my picky boyfriend will actually eat! YUM the world of the wok is infinite!

----- Charlotte 11.12.10 09:22

fried noodles/rice… chicken, garlic, bok choy… would have to take a Chinese Cooking Class immediately

----- Maya 11.12.10 09:18

I’m not sure. But, my best friend is a Japanese chef so this is the perfect opportunity to get him to teach me a few dishes!

----- Jason 11.12.10 08:30

Stir fry with all the odds and ends in my fridge!

----- Sara 11.12.10 07:51

My incredible husband would make Chicken Lo Mein and Stir Fried Vegetables, he loves to cook.

----- Tina 11.12.10 07:18

noodles

----- Mads Elias 11.12.10 04:24

My favorite fake-chinese food, Kung-Pao chicken!

----- Matt 11.12.10 02:17

I’d make stir-fry & fried rice. I’d then eat it all with my light up chop sticks that look like light sabers. That would surely impress the girls. Then they’d “That Scott is so dreamy”

----- Scott Yates 11.12.10 02:09

I’d probably start off with my roommate’s and my Friday afternoon favorite: Broccoli and Tofu in Spicy Peanut Sauce from Molly Katzen’s Enchanted Broccoli Forest.

----- Sarah 10.12.10 22:25

i think the true question would be “what wouldn’t i make in that wok!” I’m partial to making Jap Che, a Korean noodle dish.

----- Audrey R 10.12.10 20:23

Some sort of potion, I suppose. In fact, a thai dish would be delish!

----- Brian 10.12.10 18:32

i would love to make some pad thai in that wok. makes me hungry just looking at it…

----- curtis 10.12.10 18:18

To add to beauty in this world,
may be hubris, but think of curled
bok choi bubbling as it pales
from green to white, it cannot fail
to incite even a monk’s desire,
bring me O wok your pale fire!


I’m talking stir-fry, tofu too
the color presence—yellow, blue
the perfumed air, just above
the steel rim—this is love!
transparent onions, fragrant crust
this is not love—no, this is lust!

----- Rostovsky 10.12.10 17:53

I can’t boil water, but my kickass wife sure can cook & I know she can make some amazing things in a new wok! Great giveaway too, thanks!

----- The Slapster 10.12.10 17:53

I looooooove stir frying veggies…memories of home cooked Vietnamese food going through my head right now!

----- Anh 10.12.10 17:26

Perfect for making pad thai with tofu and extra chili sauce!

----- Amy 10.12.10 17:26

Wok this way!

----- tudza 10.12.10 16:49

I can’t stop gaining weight and my only hope is my love for vegetables cooked in a good quality wok. IF I DON’T WIN I WILL EVENTUALLY EXPLODE!!!!

----- Jerry 10.12.10 16:12

I would make my mom’s fried rice recipe, with egg, shrimp, corn, lima beens and broccoli. But I would also throw in a personal favorite - shiitake mushrooms!

----- Laura R 10.12.10 15:25

Paneer, wilted salads, veggie stir fry, bubble and squeak… basically everything but waffles could be made in this lovly wok,

----- Laurita 10.12.10 15:09

Oh this would make my student days so much better! Cooking for me and all my friends!

----- Chris 10.12.10 15:01


kimchi fried rice! with spam!

----- justin p 10.12.10 14:50

Bibimbap all the way!

----- Lara 10.12.10 14:20

The best fried rice ever!!!

----- Allen 10.12.10 13:53

I cannot cook but my live in boyfriend can! I am hoping to gift this to him so he can invent things for us to eat! And also teach me how to stir fry!

----- Ash 10.12.10 13:41

HIIIII!!!!
I WISH TO WIN THIS AMAZING GIVEAWAY, PLEASE CHOOSE ME.
MY EMAIL IS WAITING FOR A WINING, THANKS….BYE.

----- IRMA POLANCO 10.12.10 13:38

Thai eggplant stir fry!

----- Lea 10.12.10 13:36

My magical wok would be put to good use making home made gyoza dumplings. Fry them first and steam them in the wok with a cup of water and a lid on top. Nice and crispy in some areas from the fry and moist in others from the steam. Yum!

----- Ryan J 10.12.10 13:35

Brilliant wok design! finally i can toss veggies without chucking them on the floor.

----- Jessica 10.12.10 13:18

I make a mean Spam stir fry.

----- Mark N 10.12.10 13:17

I would make a rissotto with everything that’s opened in the fridge. Tomato sauce, left over minced meat, corn, onions, vegies, rice, wild rice, red wine, spice and everything nice, mixing, shuffling …

----- Iva 10.12.10 12:59

stir fryyy

----- j 10.12.10 12:34

Chicken stiryfry!!!!!!!!!!!

----- Bianca 10.12.10 12:24

Tofu stirfry with asparagus and snow peas!! Mmmm. :)

----- Marie 10.12.10 11:52

Grilled cheese! Because I’m too lazy to clean the frying pan. Ohhh yea.

----- Martine 10.12.10 11:47

I have always been afraid of flipping things around, but this wok makes flipping look so much less intimidating with the overhanging edge to guide the food back into the wok! Love it! Such an emotive design language! Well played little wok, well played!!

----- katie 10.12.10 11:43

Noodles with pumpkinseed-oil!

----- Domjan Peterne 10.12.10 11:33

my favorite spicy meatslices for my homemade doner kebab nomnomnom

----- zsofia ginter 10.12.10 11:31

The yummiest pseudo-eastern dish I know: noodles with salmon, sweet maize, herbs and lemongrass. Aw shoot, now I actually started to salivate. :)

----- Erika 10.12.10 11:28

Learning how to do proper soysauce stirfried veggie chaos!

----- Linda 10.12.10 11:24

stir fries, donuts, fried chicken, potstickers…. mmmmm

----- metis 10.12.10 11:17

Scrambled eggs and fried rice

----- Tristan 10.12.10 10:44

something awesome!

well, guess i’d have to learn to cook first :)

----- daniel 10.12.10 10:34

I would finally be able to try all those great recipes from the Ravenous Couple blog. They put up tons of great vietnamese and korean recipes, but trying to make them in a regular pan is impossible!

----- Sara F 10.12.10 10:26

My mom’s special fried rice recipe!!

----- Drew 10.12.10 10:19

I’d invite all my friends around for dinner in January and magic away those post-Christmas blues, while also sticking to New Year’s resolution to eat more healthily.

----- Rosie 10.12.10 09:54

Would love to make a stir fry with seared ahi tuna!!

----- Michael 10.12.10 09:52

Would love to make some stir fried vegetables and noodles. Meow!

----- James 10.12.10 09:36

Pad Thai, sweet, magical Pad Thai. I’ll stir fry my way through my 20s with this bad boy.

----- Nina 10.12.10 09:30

A bomb ass stir fry! Thats fosho

----- Miguel 10.12.10 09:26

Amazing stir-fry with bright green and orange veges! I forsee myself doing chef-like tosses with the wok

----- Pei 10.12.10 08:47

stir fry!

----- Natalie 10.12.10 08:18

Bok choy. definitely bok choy.

----- Jennifer 10.12.10 08:17

I would love to make butternut squash curry! Yummmmm!

----- Stacy B. 10.12.10 08:14

My daughter is trying to perfect her skillet flip, this pan is one confidence boost away from a great stir-fry supper!

----- Rich 10.12.10 08:06

Cant go wrong with a stir-fry

----- David. b 10.12.10 07:49

That looks perfect make some delicious Devil’s Shrimp

----- Jaime Figueroa 10.12.10 07:40

fried rice, childhood comfort food + good way to clean out the fridge!

----- rori zendek 10.12.10 07:35

I’d love to make some stir fry and fried rice!

Awesome looking wok

----- Chris Wilkinson 10.12.10 07:29

I should learn to cook

----- Stacey 10.12.10 07:07

Look awesome.

----- Ed 10.12.10 06:38

i would make everything! from general tso’s tofu, to vegetable korma, to quick and easy stir-frys! there is no limit to what i would do with this awesome wok!

----- lar 10.12.10 06:36

no doubt, a mess will be made. but a tasty mess.

----- Phil Yarnall 10.12.10 06:17

I could end my never-ending torment of only being able to prepare slightly glorified college ramen (normal topramen with miso and some spring onion). I would use it to prepare pork omni-rice (fried rice with pork and vegtables covered by a thin omelet) and fritatas!!

----- alex wolfe 10.12.10 06:14

I make something new from the Thai cookbook.

----- Scott B 10.12.10 05:44

Definitely stir fried rice!

----- neonsocks 10.12.10 05:41

I would make the Fried Rice that got my wife to marry me (or at least kept her interested long enough to give me a shot)!

----- geoff 10.12.10 05:40

If I win the Boomerang Wok, I would attempt to make a pad kee mao inspired dish with XO sauce and Duk (korean rice cake) instead of rice noodles. The dish would still retain chili peppers and Thai holy basil.

----- Van Ngo 10.12.10 05:39

I wonder if you could keep flipping your food and get something sushi- or wrap-like with this Boomerang Wok…

----- Jelena V 10.12.10 05:37

If I win the Boomerang Wok, I would attempt to make a pad kee mao inspired dish with XO sauce and Duk (korean rice cake) instead of rice noodles. The dish would still retain chili peppers and Thai holy basil.

----- Van Ngo 10.12.10 05:25

noodles. lots and lots of stir-fried noodles :)

----- Jeff 10.12.10 05:21

I just love this pan! I’d make a risotto, having learned lately that they’re better “agitated” than stirred. One of these would certainly be a help to agitate the risotto more, and me less…

----- Blue Penguin 10.12.10 04:33

Fried Perogies!

----- D Diack 10.12.10 04:09

That wok would be perfect to make my special Asian Shrimp Lo Mein (and to make my husband soooo happy afterwards)!

----- Camila F. 10.12.10 04:01

A magical wok deserves magical ingredients. Thin strips of dragon blood marinated unicorn, seasonal 4 leaf clovers, a pinch of fairy dust and salty mermaid tears.

----- Adam King 10.12.10 03:45

chicken nuggets…

----- Eric 10.12.10 03:44

I would make some delicious stir fry with marinated steak strips, broccoli, and snow peas. Okay, I lied. I’d give the pan to my mother and suggest very politely that she make it. :) I’d help of course, but I’m not much of a cook.

----- Megan 10.12.10 03:39

potatos, carrots, onions, garlic, and chicken mmmmmm…. just for a start

----- Laura Perryman 10.12.10 02:50

pasta alla carbonara

----- paolo 10.12.10 02:35

Basil chicken!

----- Karyn B. 10.12.10 01:33

As much as a traditional English Breakfast as I could fit in it.

----- Ollie 10.12.10 01:23

I’ll just start and see where the magic wok takes us!

----- Grace 10.12.10 01:13

i just started cooking for myself and that wok would be wonderful! ginger chicken stir fry!

----- gregg 10.12.10 00:50

I would love to make some Singaporean chai tow kway aka fried carrot cake!

----- Mike 10.12.10 00:37

If it were up to my imagination, marinated unicorn.

----- Natasha 10.12.10 00:21

i’d make some delicious vegetables and tofu with siracha and ginger! and noodles. lots of noodles. and maybe a nice curry or two.

----- emily b 09.12.10 23:34

I would make a stirfry that does NOT scatter all over the stove because it is not too shallow or too small.

----- Megan 09.12.10 23:10

scallion pancake with egg!

----- Ryan 09.12.10 23:06

I would make many, many dumplings. Then I would make many, many more dumplings.

----- Jess 09.12.10 23:01

I would magically boil water.

----- Stephanie 09.12.10 22:48

Okonomiyaki + kimchi = my fav!

----- becky 09.12.10 22:46

I would definitely make a classic fried rice; there’s nothing more delicious.

----- Meg 09.12.10 22:33

Looks like a seductive piece of stuff, awe the mystery and possibilities

----- Elena Castro 09.12.10 22:20

Wooosh!

----- Chris Schmidt 09.12.10 21:48

Carrots and broccoli with ginger! It is, sadly, one of the few things I can make, but this beautiful wok should inspire me!

----- Kate S 09.12.10 21:26

spam fried rice

----- steve 09.12.10 21:09

I sure would do some general tao chicken or some sechuan noodles. Yummy!!

----- Etienne Richard 09.12.10 20:52

+++ some people say i have jaundice but i try to explain to them that when my mom gave birth to me she dropped me in the toilet thinking she was just dropping the kids of at the pool - i just look natural holding a WOK making fried rice for my white huzbear - yessah anyting yooo wahn i doo fo yoo. yoo wahn long or shorrr nail? +++

----- dan 09.12.10 20:51

Kangaroo.

----- thomas 09.12.10 20:51

Sweet and spicy szechewan style peanut stir fry with green and red peppers, hot italian sausage, onions, garlic and peanuts. Served over radiatore pasta. NOM

----- Jane 09.12.10 20:40

I can finally make tofu that doesn’t fall apart.

----- Carlo 09.12.10 20:39

i would like to experiment with some fried rice, since my last attempt was abysmal but I LOVE indian and chinese and thai foods!

----- Danielle 09.12.10 20:22

tofu stir fry

----- diana 09.12.10 20:01

aaahh im totally making my own chinese fried rice!!!! aaahhh!!!! wonderful giveaway!

----- libys11 09.12.10 19:47

Hmm I would probably make a delicious stir fry with chopped egg, bean sprouts noodles and deliciousness.

----- ben mouch 09.12.10 19:44

Pad Thai

----- T. W. Adler 09.12.10 19:15

Spicy mango curry w/ grilled tofu! Mmmmmm..

----- Michael 09.12.10 19:06

stir fry with tofu and asian vegetables

----- katalia 09.12.10 18:52

I just moved! I no longer have any pan to cook in at all :( I dream of making pad thai again….or a scramble. or pancakes. just pancakes would make my heart happy.

----- Chelsea Schmidt 09.12.10 18:50

Wok-y pancakes.

----- Zach Pursley 09.12.10 18:31

i’ll make a meatball dish and create a visual flow as i swirl he meatballs around the curvature of the wok. but most importantly, making the wok a table centerpiece as i serve my dish

----- Elsie 09.12.10 18:28

I’d probably start with a beef & mushroom stir fry. Mouth watering already

----- Ivan 09.12.10 18:23

Lotus root.

----- Kristen 09.12.10 18:21

some pepper garlic shrimp and veggies!

----- rich 09.12.10 18:14

I would make sweet and sour pork~

----- Andy 09.12.10 18:14

more like what wouldn’t I cook?! this thing is pantastic

----- young 09.12.10 18:14

I’d take cooking lessons and let my imagination run wild….

----- John 09.12.10 18:10

COCONUT FRIED RICE. I drool thinking about it.

----- Ubin Li 09.12.10 17:58

Probably attempt to cook some dry instant noodles on that (since my culinary experiences are close to zero)

----- Iris 09.12.10 17:57

Pad thai!

----- Gabriel G 09.12.10 17:50

My specialty - Mongolian Beef - of course! I’d love a chance to actually make it in good cookware!

----- Anissa 09.12.10 17:39

Veggie stirfry!!! so yummy

----- Danielle 09.12.10 17:23

One perfectly cooked over easy egg

----- Yoshio 09.12.10 17:23

OH MAN! Thai food forever! I will use so much fish sauce my house will smell like pee forever!

----- Maia 09.12.10 17:12

I think I would start at the top of this comment list and work my way down….everything everyone else has mentioned has me ravenous. Gonna go look up a couple that I haven’t heard of….excellent choices all!!! Thanks for the great giveaway.

----- Debbie 09.12.10 16:59

I would make beignets!I know, random, but it woks!

----- Mundy Hackett 09.12.10 16:58

Mmmm…scrumptious fried rice, pad thai, beef and broccoli, Mongolian beef, egroll stuffings, orange chicken, maybe I’ll use it for some crepes or an omelet in a pinch. I love woks, they are the greatest contribution to cooking ever! And not to forget the trivet…hey who wants to burn their table or hand.

----- David 09.12.10 16:58

i imagine making some awesome crepes. what non-stick was made for! then I would rest the pan on the awesome trivets!

----- eug 09.12.10 16:55

a nice crispy hash

----- Ryan 09.12.10 16:48

Only the most awesome stir frys!

----- LimeCake 09.12.10 16:36

This would be great for Pad Thai.

----- James D. LaCroix 09.12.10 16:30

I would make LOTS of vegetarian yummies! Veggie stir-fry, Thai noodles, Indian curries! Yum!!

----- Sarah 09.12.10 16:24

I would make fried rice and noodles.

----- Alan 09.12.10 16:23

I would flip veggies so fast you would think it’s a monkey food fight. Basically I would make dreams with this wok.

----- Kunaal Mohan 09.12.10 16:18

Coconut curry, with big pieces of coconut flake, lemongrass, basil, and lots of really fresh veggies!

----- Cole 09.12.10 16:13

i need a wok so badly! i am the queen of mushrooms. nothing is more comforting than a huge pan of wild mushrooms + onions

----- melissa 09.12.10 16:10

I want to make Thai Laksa, thai stir fry, thai green/yellow/red curry and all the thai amazingness you can think of!

----- Antoana 09.12.10 16:01

Since it’s designed to make flipping in a fry pan easier, I’d probably whip up some Asian fusion crepes, perhaps with mandarin orange jelly and watercress, or some red bean paste with maple syrup and rice crispies…

----- Jessica 09.12.10 15:56

Whoa, whoa, whoa. There’s still plenty of meat on that bone. Now, you take this home, throw it in a wok, add some broth, a potato. Baby, you’ve got a stew going.

----- eric 09.12.10 15:55

Scramble eggs would be perfect in this wok

----- Louise buckingham 09.12.10 15:52

Wow… I would love to spin some stir fry with Mongolian home made noodles… maybe some stunt omelet flipping would be called for as well!

----- Mikell Johnson 09.12.10 15:49

i’ll do my famous (or infamous) mexican “chilaquiles con queso” !

----- ricardo garza 09.12.10 15:35

I need this thing… it’s the only way I can truly perfect my (almost) famous, earth-shatteringly delicious yellow curry! The heavens will open up and the angels will sing… but only if I have this magical wok!

----- Jess 09.12.10 15:35

Honestly? I love all things stir-fry, but I think that a magical wok like the one above is just calling out for a fun and celebratory treat in time for the holidays. With its wonderful shape, I would probably play around and try a spin-off of the traditional french clafoutis, but using seasonal fruits - persimmons, plums, and maybe pears - with a batter that is spiced up with some ginger, nutmeg, and cloves. YUM!

----- Anna 09.12.10 15:29

this better be sturdy enough for some frying pan whooping!

----- Kenny Garcia 09.12.10 15:24

mmm. moose meat stirfry with aniseed … yum

----- lish 09.12.10 15:21

Stir fry: chicken with lots of veggies! Simple, fast, healthy, and delicious.

----- Joe Wasserman 09.12.10 15:16

fennel, grape tomatoes and navy beans…try it!

----- Lori 09.12.10 15:15

I want to make stir fry with my sister, whom I dearly miss and only get to see over Christmas break.

----- Clementine 09.12.10 15:02

ARROZ CANTONES!!! YUM!! You are all welcome to join me at Costa Rica!!!

----- Maria Lara 09.12.10 14:50

Can you make crepes in a wok? Well, I’d totally try.

----- Cill 09.12.10 14:48

I would make Nikujaga, which is a dish that has sliced beef sirloin cooked with potatoes, and onion in a sauce made with prepared dashi soup, sake, and soy sauce. I found the recipes a few months ago and now i can’t get enouhg of it!

----- Philip Gundersen 09.12.10 14:37

Padrones! The flipping action just doesn’t work as well with a 13” frying pan when you have my weak wrists.
I could make anything in a wok if I had one- toasted pinenuts over pesto pasta, that Cantonese shrimp and egg dish I don’t remember the name of, mabo tofu, saag paneer, pineapple fried rice, and dreams would come true in my kitchen.

----- Hannah 09.12.10 14:35

I’d give a go at my grandmother’s pansit, it’s got 3 kinds of sausage in it and a bunch of veggies that require a trip to chinatown to get right. I’ve tried it before, but the cheap wok i’ve got gets hot too evenly for it to work right

----- mike 09.12.10 14:33

I would get back to cooking for friends more than I actually do….

----- Piergiorgio 09.12.10 14:26

Harissa and Honey aubergine with cilantro and blood orange… served on top of some quinoa - heaven on a plate.

----- Georgie 09.12.10 14:21

Stir fry seems like the obvious answer that most people are going for, but I’m going to say… a crisp sandwich?

----- Jonathan 09.12.10 14:17

Fried rice!

----- Chana 09.12.10 14:14

Make: Pad Thai.

----- Melissa 09.12.10 14:13

I would make magical, magical crème fraiche. Not even sure if that’s made in a wok but I will do it, dammit.

----- Bobby Dragulescu 09.12.10 14:13

I would love to do satee Unicorn meat with golden beans and glittery rainbow salt… or just Some shrimp chow mein :D

----- Walter 09.12.10 14:11

I would love to make big eggplant stirfy with a spicy brown sauce.

----- greg randall 09.12.10 14:07

Everything! I use a wok for breakfast, lunch & dinner (and everything in between). Woks are the best for scrambled and fried eggs.

----- eab 09.12.10 14:06

Mmmm, rice.

----- Brian 09.12.10 14:02

Egg fried rice - can’t beat it!

----- Eoin 09.12.10 14:02

Veggie stir fry! Delicious!

----- Arianne Frink 09.12.10 13:55

Kimchi fried rice!

----- Anna 09.12.10 13:54

Shrimp with Lobster Sauce Stir fry

----- ioana 09.12.10 13:53

something with rice noodles? pad thai?

----- mine 09.12.10 13:41

oh what could you not make! :P stir fry, pad-thai.. so many options - i think it would be the only thing I cooked with for a month - it is so pretty!

----- Fonda LaShay 09.12.10 13:39

I would make sweet wok music. Really though, lots of beef and vegetables. But I would sing as I cooked them.

----- Dave 09.12.10 13:35

i’d cook some pad see ew and definitely some shrimp stir fry! mmmmmm….

----- Leslie 09.12.10 13:29

it was close to the holidays,
and all i could think
is of a boomerang wok
in my kitchen sink!

i could make dreams come true with that lovely thing! - rebecca

----- rebecca f. 09.12.10 13:28

I would make pasta carbonara more than likely mmmmmm

----- Jeremy B 09.12.10 13:27

Keep it simple. Chicken fried rice.

----- Charles 09.12.10 13:26

I would use this wok — give it to my partner for christmas — and make him some home made pad thai!
It’s one of his favorite dishes.

----- Alina 09.12.10 13:24

Given the fact that the Boomerang Wok is a product from the Dutch company Royal VKB and because I myself am Dutch I would make a lot of pannenkoeken (the original Dutch pancakes). Because of the flipping action this wok would be ideal and if I invite my friends we could put a stack of the pannenkoeken on a plate and put that plate on the Alea Stone Trivets.. Nice!

----- Luuk Langenhoff 09.12.10 13:23

My fave - the ever-so-simple, but ever-so-tasty satay stir fry with green beans, peppers, broccoli, red (chili) peppers and water chestnuts - doused in satay sauce and tossed with an egg to cap it off!

----- Rebecca 09.12.10 13:19

Something I’d have to chase with a glass of milk!

----- Matt 09.12.10 13:15

Sesame noodles with shrimp please!

----- RACHEL 09.12.10 13:13

it’s freaking beautiful. i’d use it to make my mom’s fried rice or stir-fried eggplant with garlic. actually now that the hmart opened up in town i’d make pretty much any recipe from home.

----- Kye 09.12.10 13:12

A new wok would be sick for the group dinners my friends and I make here at Cal Poly SLO. I’m down for some fried rice, pad thai, spam, and spicy tofu tacos. All accompanied by the all important sriracha rooster sauce and Tapatio!

----- Will Michul 09.12.10 13:04

I would make the finest.. request to my parents to make something in this magical wok, because they still do all the cooking.

----- Louis 09.12.10 13:03

mmm…. I’ve been dying to learn to make pad thai…

----- Ginny 09.12.10 12:48

Than wok is sweet and mine is shot! I’d have to whip up my famous sake seared sea scallops with wasabi glaze…

----- Derek 09.12.10 12:48

I would love to try making stir-fry lettuce-wrapped pork with pine nuts. mmmmm!

----- Teri 09.12.10 12:44

Roasted duck stir fry with garlic seasoned broccoli!

----- Jeff 09.12.10 12:43

I’d make tons of different stirfrys in the wok!

----- Selina Wong 09.12.10 12:41

I can imagine making some pretty awesome stirfrys in this wok. Also frying up dumplings would be wonderful!

----- Elaine 09.12.10 12:39

Some chicken stir-fry that will blow your mind!

----- Collin Banko 09.12.10 12:37

I have been craving some hot and spicy tofu teriyake. This would be perfect!

----- Rebecca 09.12.10 12:35

I’ll make StirFriday magical.

----- Paul 09.12.10 12:34

stuffed bell pepper - yeah!

----- jay 09.12.10 12:30

chicken stir fry!

----- Matt 09.12.10 12:23

Iwould love to make some stir fried chicken and broccoli in this beatiful wok!!

----- Katherine 09.12.10 12:22

I’m gonna make a Garlic Vegetable chicken with a slight hint of Hot spicy chili’s!!!

----- Mark Y. 09.12.10 12:16

UNCONVENTIONAL: I would make some toasty sugared nuts. Probably almonds.

----- Jeffery 09.12.10 12:13

Beautiful Pumpkin

----- Mitchell Bray 09.12.10 12:13

I would totally use this to make some yam noodle stir-fry. :D

----- Joe V. 09.12.10 12:07

meth

----- Heisenberg 09.12.10 12:05

I am a disaster at cooking, so all I can imagine myself making is a charred mess. However, I’d probably give this to my roommate and let him make some of his awesome Pad Thai. Mmm.

----- Jeremy 09.12.10 12:01

awesome

----- ray 09.12.10 11:57

Honey mustard tofu with greens! I love the design of this wok.

----- Tomiko 09.12.10 11:49

I’d probably start with some sweet and sour chicken because my kids have wimpy palates, but I’d love to try some thai recipes.

----- Thomas 09.12.10 11:47

The perfectly flipped omlet packed with all the fixings.

----- tony F 09.12.10 11:47

I’m going to use this wok to play Pancake Charades with all my friends.

----- Duncan Beevers 09.12.10 11:38

Man, this would be awesome. i’d love to have a wok at home so i can start cooking asian dishes for my girlfriend and her son. bring on the pan-fried Udon w/ squid and scallops!!

----- Gray Blue 09.12.10 11:37

mmmm… bean sprouts, pork, green chilies, and wonton noodles…mmmmm

----- ZachZZ 09.12.10 11:36

fried noodles with garlic, soy sauce, butter, and baby bok choy!

----- Kat 09.12.10 11:35

Gotta make chorizo fried spanish rice… Delicious asian techniques meet tasty european ingredients!

----- Joshua 09.12.10 11:30

SPAM and pineapple fried rice!

----- edgar 09.12.10 11:29

whats about pasta arrabiata?

----- Tobi 09.12.10 11:29

I would make the most delicious stirfry with a variety of organic mushrooms and bok choy.

----- Anne 09.12.10 11:23

I would give this wok to my brother for Christmas, and HE would make a delicious vegetable stirfry. And then I would eat it.

----- Byron818 09.12.10 11:22

I would love to use this wok to make bami goreng like my grandmother used to make.

----- Diana 09.12.10 11:21

You gotta have a wok to make amazing pad thai, and I love me some pad thai.

----- Zac Clark 09.12.10 11:19

I would make Pancit - a Filipino noodle dish … its soo delicious I can’t ever make it now cause I don’t have a wok so I always have to bug my dad to make it for me. But if I won I could do it at home!

----- Alexis 09.12.10 11:18

I would make sweet & sour pork the way my father taught me.

----- hypatia 09.12.10 11:15

Homemade pad thai noodles, full stop. No store-bought sauces or cheats, either. The real deal so I can transport myself back to the beaches of Thailand where you could buy pad thai noodles for about $0.25. YUM. And the wok is GORGEOUSLY STYLISH, too!

----- leigh 09.12.10 11:13

this is awesome.. i’d have to make the best homemade fried rice and beef stir fry with this.. mmm… lunchtime!

----- Tran 09.12.10 11:13

mm lots and lots of different stir-fry with sweet paprika, broccoli, spinach, green beans, garlic, chicken fillet and rice or the best homemade potato chips/fries and then of course for desert - stir-fry fruit and bananas! :D wok-pan is my second-best friend in kitchen (after my darling chef knife), and sadly I’ll soon be having funeral for the one I have now, because being an exchange student means sharing your pan with five more people (but only for one more week!).

----- Liisa 09.12.10 11:13

After the disaster that claimed my last wok (roommate trying to teach himself schezuan cooking) a replacement of such high caliber would be wonderful! And the stone trivet set is really ingenious.

----- Sean 09.12.10 11:11

Pad kee mao or anything Thai!

----- Tooky 09.12.10 11:10

Well, my fingers are still crossed for the lamp, but how am I supposed to resist another trivet? I roasted a glorious pork roast the other night, and I could only find one trivet since part of my collection is still in boxes. If I had this one, I would have been styling because it can be multiple trivets. How wonderful!

As far as the wok goes, I am always looking for new ways to cook vegetables, and I am always cooking in high volume. If I had this wok right now, I would stir fry leftover pork roast bits with fresh, chopped veggies & make a little faux peanut sauce with cashew butter to go with it. Yum!

----- Leona 09.12.10 11:08

I’d make some mapo tofu!

----- Danielle 09.12.10 11:07

this wok is so beautiful that I wouldn’t use to don’t dirty it. it’s absolutely a joy for the eyes!

----- Alice 09.12.10 11:07

I have been lusting after this for quite some time now. Megawant!

----- Erin 09.12.10 11:06

I would wrap bananas in bacon and do it up fosters style. Wooo!

----- Iron Eagle 09.12.10 11:02

The Alea stones are really nice and would be a good upgrade to the cork coaster is use now.

----- Efren JImenez 09.12.10 10:57

I would pack it to the top with chunky peanut butter and dip a variety of things in it in order to add the reliable deliciousness of peanut butter to everything.

----- Kevin 09.12.10 10:57

something sweet and spicy with maple syrup for a cold Vermont night!

----- Jamie 09.12.10 10:53

I would make roasted beets with caramelized anchovies! Yum!

----- Baptiste 09.12.10 10:52

Pad thai noodles n seared tuna….ok now im hungry

----- keith messina 09.12.10 10:50

Home fries!!!

----- Jess 09.12.10 10:42

Spicy tofu!

----- Anon 09.12.10 10:40

I will be stir-frying some lemon butter garlic prawns FTW! HO HO HO Merrie Chriztmas!

----- Suelynn 09.12.10 10:40

pad thai! hopefully over a really high flame with lots of fresh seafood.

----- JD 09.12.10 10:37

EVERYTHING! This is what my kitchen needs. I would cook massive amounts of veggies and protein in this baby …

-A

----- Aaron 09.12.10 10:37

I love this wok! I’ve been looking at one for awhile. I’d love to have one and increase my asian food cooking. My favorite thing is to sautee zucchini, onions, mushrooms and bean sprouts with soy sauce. YUM

----- Kim 09.12.10 10:33

Yes…perfect hoison chicken wings!!

----- Kevin Garcia 09.12.10 10:32

This sounds AMAZING!

----- Kathleen 09.12.10 10:31

I´ll love to make some desert never make a desert in a wok

----- Marcos Paulo 09.12.10 10:30

Lots and lots of stir fry.

----- Allison 09.12.10 10:29

What would I make? More like what wouldn’t I make? But my husband would be really excited that we would finally have a wok pan that he could make me his famous stir fry..which up until now he has claimed that he could not make because we were wok-less.

And that stone trivet is FAN-FREAKIN-TASTIC! That will get tons of use around here too.

----- Pamela 09.12.10 10:28

I would like to try a Thai recipe I saw recently for Paelo w/ Chili Vinegar Sauce…garlic, ginger, cinnamon, star anise. Delicious!

----- Jen 09.12.10 10:27

I would like to cook some amazing chicken fried rice with special korean spice sauce.. This Wok is amazing. Brilliant idea. !!!~
one of those product that makes you say, ‘why didn’t I think of that?’

----- Eugene Kim 09.12.10 10:25

This is great! I would make paella in it! woks are great for that. Thank you for the chance to win =D

----- Priscilla 09.12.10 10:24

Winning this would allow me to perfect my secret kung pao shrimp recipe!

----- Robert 09.12.10 10:20

My kids love cooking on the weekends, so I imagine some sort of kid creation featuring noodles, chicken and whatever else they decide to throw in. Local veggies are always a possibility!

----- shelby 09.12.10 10:11

Id cook a chicken stir fry, with loads of water chestnuts and bean sprouts, and something spicy….

----- Sam Foster 09.12.10 10:04

What a lovely wok! Oh man, I’m seeing stir fry with coconut rice and red beans. mmmmmmmmmmm

----- Jessi 09.12.10 10:04

mmmm…garlicy lemony greenbeans.

----- janete 09.12.10 10:02

some of my momma’s good cookin

----- Jacob 09.12.10 10:02

Oh man, so many stir frys. Gotta get more sesame oil.

----- Dan 09.12.10 10:00

This would be great for my favorite - Pad-Thai. Yum!

----- Kennan 09.12.10 10:00

I’d make some sort of chicken and leek stir-fry, I’ve been making that soup lately and it’s scrumptious.

----- Kelsey J 09.12.10 09:59

something that would be topped with a fried egg

----- AV 09.12.10 09:58

Oh man, I am going to make some twice fried noodles with roasted pork. I need this, don’t take this away from me.

----- Taylor 09.12.10 09:56

Aw man, some super yummy peanut sauce stir fry, with lots of broccoli and bok choi and onions and garlic and chicken and everything!

But seriously, I’m a measly college student living off a one burner stove. I could do my whole diet off this baby,

----- Beatriz 09.12.10 09:55

Szechuan green beans!

----- Jared 09.12.10 09:51

I would make my famous broccoli, snow pea spicy peanut stir fry over red quinoia and brown rice. I don’t have a wok and trying to make it in an 8 inch saute pan is not great.

----- Pamela 09.12.10 09:48

Veggie stirfry! Thank you

----- Wolfie 09.12.10 09:43

I have recently entered the collegiate world of academia. My money knows its limits and purchasing foods from the supermarket is immensely cheaper than eating out. With this wok…with this wok, I could perfect my culinary capabilities and live off of a healthy array of vegetables, and other stir-fried dishes. My mouth is already watering at the plethora of prospects that could come out of this pan. I hope you take this into consideration, thank you.

----- David Rieman 09.12.10 09:43

what people don’t know is, you can cook more than just stir fry in a wok. First, I would toast up some slivered almonds, golden raisins, star anise and cardamom in that fitzsu. Then I would add some basmati rice, saffron with a splash of rose water and a dash of rose salt to slow cook. (riza with kishmish and loz) It tastes and smells heavenly.

----- kacy 09.12.10 09:41

I think tonkatsu would be quite the thing. Cheers!

----- Peter D 09.12.10 09:40

I’d love to be able to make quick and easy meat (Chicken, steak, etc.) & veggie stir fry recipes in a wok….

----- James 09.12.10 09:39

Oh man, probably like some Boyardee or something.

----- Cole 09.12.10 09:39

curried cabbage, or maybe garlic shrimp with fennel

----- elena 09.12.10 09:38

A yummy tofu and veggie stir fry with noodles!

----- Jen 09.12.10 09:36

Something flavorful and delicious, like biryani or crispy shrimp.

----- Jen 09.12.10 09:34

Some sort of stir-fry with udon noodles.

----- Jason 09.12.10 09:34

with the way we cook, just about everything would be made in the wok! stir fry, veggies, potatoes, burrito fillings and more!

----- somerset 09.12.10 09:33

Anything with Kalamansi Fish Sauce! I bought a bottle (read: about 789 bottomless ounces) at the Filipino grocery store for my Filipino husband, and all he does with it is dip pork rinds into it. And while that’s DELICIOUS…I just feel I need to respect the Kalamansi Fish Sauce with something more magical…like some fish fillets in this magical little wok.

----- Meghan 09.12.10 09:32

Some kind of Kerelan food, probably with crab. Mmm….

----- Emma W 09.12.10 09:30

Plain & simple. Beef & broccoli.

----- Tyler Platts 09.12.10 09:29

What wouldn’t I make?! stir-fried veggies would probably frequent that wok a LOT!

----- Brittany Platts 09.12.10 09:28

It looks perfect for pad thai!

----- Ming 09.12.10 09:28

I’d make my favourite, teriyaki chicken with pea shoots and udon noodles!

----- Dann 09.12.10 09:25

Crispy shredded beef with chilly; by far the best meal ever!

----- Ross Harrison 09.12.10 09:25

Delicious stir fry, with fresh local bok choy, egg, lots of onion and garlic, and of course soy sauce.

----- April 09.12.10 09:23

Oh I could eat fried rice all day long!

----- Kevin Weddell 09.12.10 09:23

I would love to see my mom use this when she makes traditional Indian food! The ease with which she could flip delicious, spice-filled potato patties with boomerang wok would tie in perfectly with the cooking she will do for her holiday parties as well as the everyday cooking she does for our family.

----- Mehr S 09.12.10 09:23

I would need to make some Pad Se Ew in there! So delicious!

----- Caitlin 09.12.10 09:19

fantasmical stir-fry, elucidating eggrolls, and jaw-dropping jasmine rice!

----- Ian S. 09.12.10 09:18

Venison turkey chilli. Turkey and venison slowly cooked in the wok with diced tomatoes, chilli powder, cajun, Worcestershire sauce, white and brown sugars. Served with shredded cheddar and Fritos.

----- Fei 09.12.10 09:17

Spicy chinese eggplant with shredded pork and onions and chili’s.

----- Rebecca 09.12.10 09:13

Simple, but good— stir-fried baby bok choy with garlic.

----- Alisa 09.12.10 09:11

Beef and Brocoli!

----- Noel Negron 09.12.10 09:04

That specially made wok for easy flipping of food has got to make late-night lazy stir-frys even easier. It’s perfectly designed for turning leftover rice, a little egg and whatever cold chunks of chicken/fish/ham you can find into a marinaded, spiced, stir fried midnight snack. Yum. Perfect for cooking without concentrating. One-handed action.

----- Tony 09.12.10 09:03

I am currently on a food allergy elimination diet, and it’s hard! thinks I miss most are tofu and other soy products..so I would make a giant batch or spicey tofu and broccoli with lots of siracha to pour over some roasted quinoa. yum! can’t wait to break my soy fast and with this lovely pan and trivet…heaven!

----- Lia 09.12.10 08:58

I would make chop chae! The greatest korean noodle dish ever!!!

----- Lucas Lund 09.12.10 08:57

I would make a giant stirfry with fresh, organic local veggies in a nice light soy sauce. Mixed with some rice noodles and topped with cashews!

----- Mel 09.12.10 08:56

A really nice Indonesian Nasi, Taugay, Paprika, Champions, Sweet union, shrimp and spices. All brought together with cooked, yes cooked, not fried rice. Add some egg into the mix.

Delicious.

----- Matt Hoving 09.12.10 08:47

A boomerang wok would be ideal for cooking a kangaroo stir fry! Quite a cross cultural dish.
Reminds me of the time I heard a chap busking in the town centre, playing ‘Dancing Queen’ on a didgeridoo. I thought ‘Thats Abbarigonal!’

*ahem* :o/

----- Mike 09.12.10 08:35


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