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Shanks always wears a long black cape over his shoulders and, prior to giving it to Luffy, wore a straw hat obtained from Gol D. Roger (his former captain) that he had worn for many years beforehand and which was synonymous with his image. He initially wore slightly loose brown trousers cut below the knee and collected halfway up the shin, with golden buttons down the outer leg. [5] Recently he has been seen wearing a similar pair, but looser and with floral patterns on them. He wears a pair of sandals and is unshaven with a short, scruffy beard. [12] [13] [14]

Most braising recipes ask that before you do anything else, you brown the meat, usually in the same pot in which it's going to be braising. I've always found the browning step tedious, because you usually have to do it in batches. After the first batch, you have a nice brown fond (the caramelized brown bits) at the bottom of the pot. But after the second and third batch, everything starts to smoke, and your fond turns into a hard-to-clean sticky burned layer on the bottom. So, instead of browning the meat in a pot, I usually just put it on a layer of foil on a baking sheet, toss it with some oil and run it under the broiler (flipping it after the first side gets its crust). Don't worry about your caramelized brown bits — you'll get them when you saute the onions.

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