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    I love this thread So Hmmmm what should I make for dinner tonight ?
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    For dinner, I'll have more of lunch --


    The youngest and his sweetie bought a 5# bag of garlic for $6 - at the Farmers Market, I think - and brought us over a ziplock full of peeled garlic cloves. Yaaayyyy!

    So I minced 6 and browned 'em in olive oil. threw in a mess of chopped boneless/skinless chicken thighs. Then some already cooked mushroom and potatoes. Soon as that was all hot, 6 eggs beaten with chicken broth, dried chipotle pepper, salt & pepper. Once that started to set up, a huge wad of grated cheddar. Then cover and let the eggs rise, and the cheese melt. Garlickiest thing I've eaten in a while... and soooo good.
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    Fifteen bean soup, Corn bread, Roasted potatoes and Negra Modelo., Had some help from TDG to get the food ready.
    "para todo mal, mezcal, y para todo bien también" (for everything bad, mezcal, and for everything good, as well.)

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    My home made buttermilk and oat bread,and my daughter's home made mustard soup. I'm happy

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    Quote Originally Posted by David G View Post
    For dinner, I'll have more of lunch --


    The youngest and his sweetie bought a 5# bag of garlic for $6 - at the Farmers Market, I think - and brought us over a ziplock full of peeled garlic cloves. Yaaayyyy!

    So I minced 6 and browned 'em in olive oil. threw in a mess of chopped boneless/skinless chicken thighs. Then some already cooked mushroom and potatoes. Soon as that was all hot, 6 eggs beaten with chicken broth, dried chipotle pepper, salt & pepper. Once that started to set up, a huge wad of grated cheddar. Then cover and let the eggs rise, and the cheese melt. Garlickiest thing I've eaten in a while... and soooo good.
    that sounds like breakfast and lunch

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    We did a Practice Thanksgiving this evening. I'm totally ******* stoofed.

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    Happy early holidays, people. Why not start as soon as you can?

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    Quote Originally Posted by David G View Post
    For dinner, I'll have more of lunch --


    The youngest and his sweetie bought a 5# bag of garlic for $6 - at the Farmers Market, I think - and brought us over a ziplock full of peeled garlic cloves. Yaaayyyy!

    So I minced 6 and browned 'em in olive oil. threw in a mess of chopped boneless/skinless chicken thighs. Then some already cooked mushroom and potatoes. Soon as that was all hot, 6 eggs beaten with chicken broth, dried chipotle pepper, salt & pepper. Once that started to set up, a huge wad of grated cheddar. Then cover and let the eggs rise, and the cheese melt. Garlickiest thing I've eaten in a while... and soooo good.
    You ate chicken and eggs in the same dish?! You are a savage.

    I am very intimidated.

    I wonder which came out first?

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    Quote Originally Posted by L.W. Baxter View Post
    We did a Practice Thanksgiving this evening. I'm totally ******* stoofed.

    0D5E1AF5-9A3C-46B0-8231-E5ADE8465857.jpg

    Happy early holidays, people. Why not start as soon as you can?
    You look too much like Uncle Bernie and it weirds me out.

    Seriously, your California doppelgänger was at my house today.

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    Tacos....
    BBQ local rock cod, jasmine rice, a bit of cheese, cabbage, avocado from the tree, green salsa

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    Quote Originally Posted by amish rob View Post
    Wait. You’re The Bird, Right?


    The burd is the wurd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by L.W. Baxter View Post


    The burd is the wurd.
    Everybody knows.

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    Tonight was spicy, beany chili with preserved corn and tomatoes from our yard dirt. We had Oldest Son tend the pot while we Softballed all day.
    Tomorow we start late, so after a nice brunch, we’ll head off to softball and put the leftover chili on to simmer.

    It’ll be perfect tomorrow...

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    Coconut shrimp, made with flaked, unsweetened coconut, and baked rather than fried: nice and crunchy-crisp.

    The toaster oven does a great job on dishes such as this, and it has a large, curved window so I can watch the cooking as I prep the other stuff.



    With a rice blend and asparagus. The Mud House NZ sauv-blanc was perfect.
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    Dinner tonight straight from Irmo, South Carolina and Charles Gresham

    Quote Originally Posted by Gresham CA View Post

    Creamy Grits
    Cook grits as you normally would but use 1/4 less water. When the water is absorbed add the rest of the liquid as heavy cream ,or you could use whole milk, and finish cooking.(Please note that even Quik Grits take time to cook right)

    Shrimp Gravy
    Cook 6-7 strips of bacon and set aside.
    *see note below
    Into the fat add 3-4 heaping tablespoons of flour and let that lightly brown.
    Add salt and pepper to taste.
    To the flour add milk a cup at a time. You want to make a gravy but you want it to be fairly thick because when you put the shrimp in they will juice out and thin the gravy some.
    Add 1-2 pounds of peeled shrimp(more or less depending on how much you like shrimp) and cook until the shrimp are done, but don't over cook them.
    Crumble the bacon and add to the gravy.
    Serve over the grits.

    *you can add minced onions and bell pepper here if you want but I don't think it works as well for breakfast if you do.

    [ 11-29-2004, 08:07 AM: Message edited by: Gresham CA ]
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    It was late when I got home last night... too tired to get creative. So I had one slice buttered rye toast, and one apple sliced... with some of the new ultra sharp Tillamook cheddar. I always forget how much I love apples and cheddar together.
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    Buddy of mine went scalloping today and dropped off some. bay scallops. Lemon, butter, sautee... ambrosia! Probably the tastiest critter that lives in our bay.



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    beautiful scallops and fine picture kevin
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    Quote Originally Posted by Breakaway View Post
    Buddy of mine went scalloping today and dropped off some. bay scallops. Lemon, butter, sautee... ambrosia! Probably the tastiest critter that lives in our bay.



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    I think scallops are my favorite food, and those look delicious.

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    Those scallops sure look good.

    Another gourmet extravaganza for me last night. Pickled herring on crackers. Washed down with a lager. Quick and dirty... and delicious <G>
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    Quote Originally Posted by David G View Post

    Another gourmet extravaganza for me last night.
    it was a pretty low energy day for me yesterday

    i had cheesecake for dinner
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    Pickled herring on crackers

    I like that, too. Especially like them on Wasa rye crispbread.

    Look for me to ( maybe ) pikcle some of my own herring in the coming weeks. The run starts soon, though I haven't pickled a batch in years. I'm probably due,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Breakaway View Post
    I like that, too. Especially like them on Wasa rye crispbread.

    Look for me to ( maybe ) pikcle some of my own herring in the coming weeks. The run starts soon, though I haven't pickled a batch in years. I'm probably due,

    Kevin
    When I lived on the coast, there wasn't much/any herring fishery. We pickled salmon. Dry packed with salt first, then into the pickling brine. Mmmmmmm...

    After a long day making sawdust, doing office work, and running errands, it's another lazy dinner. I drank a bunch of buttermilk. Might make a piece of toast later...
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    Beouf bourguignonne. Tasty.


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    Tonight it was an omelette. Bell peppers, bacon, lotsa garlic, and some sharp cheddar --

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    Ripe tomatoes from the greenhouse, halved, drizzled with honey and olive oil,



    . . .then roasted at 225°F for seven hours.



    Cooled them and let them sit in the fridge, then pureed them with an immersion blender—zwoooop!

    Caramelised chopped onion and red pepper, de-glazed the pan with white wine and added veg stock, simmered a while, then added the tomato puree. Let it simmer a couple hours, then added salt, a dash of soy sauce, and some Aperol (an orange liqueur). With ten minutes to go, added chunks of fresh mozzarella, then garnished with prosciutto shreds fried crisp and roasted pistachios, coarsely chopped.



    Crusty baguette, green salad, and Kim Crawford NZ rosé. Not bad for home cookin'.
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    Takk of soup on LW Baxter's thread got me to make vegetable soup on this stormy,snow-and-rain day. Chicken stock, potatoes, turnip, carrots, corn, parsnip, green beans, onion, garlic, bay leaf, rosemary. Its good, but I think ill boil up a bit of rice and add it to the pot.



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    Salad.
    Enjoy a good rum on the rocks at sunset.

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    Trout











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    What a delicious looking bunch of meals!

    It was late when I left the shop last night... so for dinner - I had a beer.
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    Spice-rubbed roasted chicken w/ pomegranate-glazed broccolini. Orange souffle for dessert. OMG.




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    That all looks delightfully delish!
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    just tried some smoked deer pastrami my daughter just made, wow, just wow.

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    does lee become a country boy in his dotage?
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    not that i'm saying you're old or anything
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