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    aw jeez, fred. the food of my people. just about perfect.

    you could have some cabbage in there though.

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    less celery for me
    Simpler is better, except when complicated looks really cool.

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    Caught a few stripers with my buddy, Tom. Converted one of them to protein. Lemon, buttah and under the broiler. Douse with fresh parsley and serve with lemon.
    Rice boiled in chicken stock and collards on the side.

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    Experimented on the crew yesterday.

    Smoked pork belly seasoned with a 5-spice rub and a splash of hoisin sauce on bao buns. Could have used a quick pickle salad of some sort and the hoisin needs some boosting but a decent start. I'll have to talk to my butcher about getting more pork belly...
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    you had me at pork belly
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    So much potential
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    Quote Originally Posted by stromborg View Post


    Experimented on the crew yesterday.

    Smoked pork belly seasoned with a 5-spice rub and a splash of hoisin sauce on bao buns. Could have used a quick pickle salad of some sort and the hoisin needs some boosting but a decent start. I'll have to talk to my butcher about getting more pork belly...
    That looks delicious! Sign me up!
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    Stromborg smoked pork belly is one of my favorites, that and bacon.
    Dinner tonight, a small smoked pork loin.


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    pork the one you love

    wrap it in bacon
    baste it with oil while smoking it
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    Pork!


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    What’s for dinner linguine alle vongole and garlic bread.

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    Lots of tomatoes from the greenhouse.




    Also lettuce. So we had big BLTs with crisp center-cut bacon.

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    Smoked pork belly and end of season corn and pasta.
    A picture of the best part.

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    Beef Wellington.



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    Quote Originally Posted by pkrone View Post
    Beef Wellington.




    Man, that looks good! ( the picture and the food)


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    Quote Originally Posted by stromborg View Post


    Experimented on the crew yesterday.

    Smoked pork belly seasoned with a 5-spice rub and a splash of hoisin sauce on bao buns. Could have used a quick pickle salad of some sort and the hoisin needs some boosting but a decent start. I'll have to talk to my butcher about getting more pork belly...
    how could I have missed this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKIP KILPATRICK View Post
    how’s the green salsa?

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    Good medium spicy.

    the lamb was super tender and the pickled red cabbage was fantastic
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    Good comfort food. Steak and kidney suet pudding with mushy peas.
    Still bubbling away in the steamer.
    It really is quite difficult to build an ugly wooden boat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKIP KILPATRICK View Post
    Good medium spicy.

    the lamb was super tender and the pickled red cabbage was fantastic
    Odd looking pickled cabbage.
    This is what it usually looks like.
    It really is quite difficult to build an ugly wooden boat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKIP KILPATRICK View Post


    Nice!
    I am thinking you could also serve tzatziki sauce with and go Greek-Mex ( Mexigreek? Grexican?)

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    Kevin,

    They were ahead of you. note the white sauce in the ramekin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SKIP KILPATRICK View Post
    Kevin,

    They were ahead of you. note the white sauce in the ramekin.


    Ahh!
    I thought that might be sour cream, often served with tacos.


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    Lazy but interesting --

    Scrambled eggs & toast.

    Spread with some homemade pate' from some friends. Delish.
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    Two apples peeled, cored, and sliced Macintosh is very aromatic
    vigorous grating of nutmeg 1/4 tsp?
    similar amount of fresh ground black pepper
    1/2 stick of salted butter
    Spices and butter in a 1qt sauce pan and top with apple slices
    cook on gas flame medium low, butter will melt and apples begin to sweat, pressing every so often like ten min. with potato masher
    as the apple starts to cook down add 1/4 cp brown sugar
    as the apple becomes tender, start crushing with a potato masher
    once sort of pureed use as filling in seeded squash halves
    acorn would work, I have been using Delacata as they sell fast
    bake 350 F for about 2 hrs
    the apple mixture is fairly hot going into the squash halves
    probably don't a whole 2 hrs but it will be done
    tasty too. fair pairing with pork or poultry
    nutmeg makes it
    sorry about no photos, food porn is restricted

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    Two apples peeled, cored, and sliced Macintosh is very aromatic
    vigorous grating of nutmeg 1/4 tsp?
    similar amount of fresh ground black pepper
    1/2 stick of salted butter
    Spices and butter in a 1qt sauce pan and top with apple slices
    cook on gas flame medium low, butter will melt and apples begin to sweat, pressing every so often like ten min. with potato masher
    as the apple starts to cook down add 1/4 cp brown sugar
    as the apple becomes tender, start crushing with a potato masher
    once sort of pureed use as filling in seeded squash halves
    acorn would work, I have been using Delacata as they sell fast
    bake 350 F for about 2 hrs
    the apple mixture is fairly hot going into the squash halves
    probably don't a whole 2 hrs but it will be done
    tasty too. fair pairing with pork or poultry
    nutmeg makes it
    sorry about no photos, food porn is restricted

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    I made two copies

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    Tonight: Cullen Skink- google for recipes.
    Mine has added leeks to the mix, 'cos I have some that needed using.
    Smells good so far....

    ETA: there ya go!

    Two helpings now demolished; further helpings bound for the freezer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David G View Post
    Lazy but interesting --

    Scrambled eggs & toast.

    Spread with some homemade pate' from some friends. Delish.
    Nah; sprinkle some decent finely chopped smoked salmon on it. I chuck a bit of cream and butter in the mix before scrambling (in the microwave!! shock, horror!)
    Tomorrow's brekkie.

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    Ahi Tuna covered in everything bagel seasoning, basmati rice, bok choy sautéed with sesame oil, ginger & garlic. With ponzu dipping sauce.
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    My sweetie made a big batch of Tamale Pie y'day. It only gets better the next day...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom from Rubicon View Post
    I made two copies
    And it looks delicious both times (even if we can't see it)

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    I forgot about this thread!
    I'm gonna kill you guys with what gets to my table.
    I've a yucateca in the house that insists on cooking.

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    Chestnut, onion, mushroom and carrot pie, with some foraged dried ceps chucked in,
    Sauce includes chestnut puree, with liquid from soaking the dried ceps, plus a bit of Cotes du Rhone.

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