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« Reply #160 on: Jan 19, 2014, 01:17PM »

turkey croquettes... Pant
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« Reply #161 on: Apr 03, 2014, 10:18PM »

well not tonight but Saturday night is...
Racks of Lamb marinated in
Olive Oil
Salt
Fresh cracked Black Pepper
Minced Garlic
Lemon Zest
Fresh Rosemary

Seared and then roasted on a bed of Fresh Rosemary and Lemon wheels

Served with roasted fingerling potatoes (with Rosemary, salt and pepper)
Fresh Green beans with lardons of bacon, carmelized shallots and Garlic.

what do ya think?
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« Reply #162 on: Apr 14, 2014, 10:49AM »

I`ll be sauteing Broccoli, cherry tomamtoes, poblano peppers in Olive oil, garlic, onion and basil. adding griller hot italian sausage patties (broken up) over gluten-free corn pasta. With a Tart Cherry craft beer or 2.
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« Reply #163 on: Oct 10, 2014, 06:05AM »

Last night I made a tasty faux pasta with clam sauce.

Melted butter & olive oil, a mashed clove of garlic,  some clam juice & chopped clams,  added some half & half and then whisked in some grated parmesan cheese.  Finished with a small rub of nutmeg.

Served over spaghetti noodles instead of fettuccine.


My eldest daughter loves it!  So I'm happy!


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« Reply #164 on: Oct 10, 2014, 05:21PM »

We had brats and kraut -- in the crockpot - yum!
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« Reply #165 on: Oct 12, 2014, 02:05AM »

Miso butterfish, mochiko chicken, fresh sashimi, miso soup, tsukemono.
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« Reply #166 on: Oct 12, 2014, 06:10AM »

I bought a couple of free range pork chops yesterday.

Now, what should I do with one for lunch?

This depends on items in the recipe being available at home!

Hmmmm. Pork chops with barbeque baste, done in the oven.

I don't have tomato ketchup, but I do have some old tomato puree in a tube.

I don't have mango chutney, but I do have an old bottle of apple, onion, mint and chilli chutney.

I don't have castor sugar, but I do have ordinary sugar.

I do have butter, onion, vinegar, fresh mustard and Worcestershire sauce.

Accompany with mashed potato and green peas. I've got those.

OK, that sounds like it!  :)
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« Reply #167 on: Apr 19, 2015, 06:49AM »

Rubbed a skirt steak with stuff I like.  Fired up the grill.  Three minutes per side was too much. Chimichurri covered my sins nicely.  Unfortunately, there was no Malbec in the basement, but there was other reasonable plonk.  Oh yeah, Erling Kroner was playing in the background.
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« Reply #168 on: May 25, 2015, 03:56AM »

Memorial Day picnic
BBQ pork shoulder and chicken breast
potato salad
baked beans
cole slaw
rolls
something fruity for dessert...
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« Reply #169 on: May 25, 2015, 07:34PM »

It was a pork shoulder kind of day.  When I got home from parade and ceremonies, I rubbed and started cooking a pork shoulder.  Some hours later, I pulled the pork and mixed it with barbecue sauce I made.  The sauce was strong with chipotles.  Served it on rolls, with cole slaw (red cabbage, green cabbage, carrots, red onion, peanuts, olive oil, lime juice, cider vinegar, fish sauce, garlic, more chipotles), and lentil salad. 
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« Reply #170 on: May 25, 2015, 08:46PM »

For dinner :

Maruchan with a side of woe over a solo that did not go so hot.

Poor fare indeed
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« Reply #171 on: May 25, 2015, 09:35PM »

We made the "beer can burgers" recipe that's been floating around social media lately.

We filled them with Gouda, foie gras, and roasted peppers.

Delicious!
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« Reply #172 on: Sep 02, 2015, 08:37PM »

I mixed some leftover jambalaya into an omelette. with sweet baby rays. :D
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« Reply #173 on: Sep 02, 2015, 10:11PM »

Thai basil garlic chili green beans with added ground pork. Plucking the red basil off of the stems was the longest part.  Needs a packed cup of basil.  Whole head of garlic minced.  6 tablespoons roasted chili pasted with soya bean oil, 1# trimmed beans (1.5"), oil for sauteeing, a couple tablespoons fish sauce, and a little water thrown in to steam the greenbeans once coated in goodness and covered.  Must eat on rice.  Sauce is too strong/salty without rice.

Smells great!  Fish sauce drives some away, but the basil is so awesome!

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« Reply #174 on: Sep 21, 2015, 06:56PM »

Banana, honey, and pecan frozen yogurt for dessert was pretty tasty.  Made it in the blender.
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