Photos


  • Flickr Photo Gallery

Currently Reading

« A tasteTea Reminder and Free Tea Offer | Main | IMBB 17: TasteTea Roundup Part I »

August 01, 2005

Comments

J

hi clement, that looks gorgeous - the perfect crisp skin-molten fat-tender flesh package ;) cheers,j

Chubby Hubby

Clement, that looks great. I had the pleasure of meeting Patricia Yeo quite a few years ago. Great chef.

chika

Hi Clement,

I have never cooked, let alone smoked, a quail myself, but it looks fun and your quail looks gorgeous! I am sorry it wasn't all the way to your taste though.

I have cooked and shot some tea things, and am getting around to do a post about it. sorry for the delay.

And congratulations on your move... may much happiness flows in your new place!

Petit

http:\\petitcareme.blogspot.com

Your quail has a lovely colour. I actually tried tea smoked chicken for this months IMBB but it looked like something the dog brought home so I didn't bother to post it. I agree with you that the taste is abit smokey. It was also a very messy business.

babe_kl

wow yr quail looked lovely. i must try it one day cos it seems there are several entries on smoked meat/fish for tasteTEA. thanks again clement.

santos.

"fat tender flesh package", indeed! lovely, although i can imagine how too much smoke can overwhelm the little guy. still.

congratulations on your new home and kitchen!

E Fung

Where did you get the tea you used (aka Iron Goddess, I think)? I know Toronto has several high end tea stores but I never know who has a good tea for a good price.

ac

Clement, wonderful smoked quail you have there. Smoking meat with tea leaves does make a nice change from smoking meat with wood chips. Too bad about having to clean up =P but i'm sure it's worth it.

Reid

Hi Clement,

Thanks for hosting IMBB? this month. It was a pleasure participating and I was anticipating another fabulous dessert from you. That said, I am not disappointed that there was no dessert as this quail looks absolutely delicious. So sorry that the smoking stained your cabinets...ahhh well, at least you did it before you moved right?

Great job!

soycap

Hi Clement!

This is my first time commenting on any food blog but I just wanted to say that your quail looked awesome :) And congratulations to your new house and a new exciting kitchen!

Lady Amalthea

I just wanted to join everyone in saying your quail looks wonderful and congrats on your move. May only good things await you there.

And thanks so much for hosting. It was a lot of fun.

robert wemischner

In case you didnt know about it, Diana Rosen and I have written a book, Cooking with Tea published in 2000 by Periplus Editions; woefully out of print but available through on line booksellers....great site....and glad that you have shone the spotlight on tea as an ingredient. Sincerely,
Bon appe-tea!
Robert Wemischner.

Barbara

Thanks for hosting Clement. Enjoy getting to know your new kitchen. I'm sure you will both get along nicely.

Rachel

Hi Clement, your quail looks so beautiful. I've never smoked meats before, but I'm tempted... except, it worried me that your cupboards turned orange! Is this something you just have to accept as part of the smoking process?

Rachel

Hi Clement, your quail looks so beautiful. I've never smoked meats before, but I'm tempted... except, it worried me that your cupboards turned orange! Is this something you just have to accept as part of the smoking process?

The comments to this entry are closed.

Recognition

Miscellaneous


  • Creative Commons License
    This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License.

  • This is my blogchalk:
    Clement Lo,
    Toronto, Ontario, Canada, English, Male, 26, Cooking, Pastry, Restaurants, Skiing, Visual Design, Entrepreneur, Technology,
    Queen's University.

  • Subscribe with Bloglines