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  1. #3256
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    I LOVE lamb! Nice.


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    By myself tonight, and I can't be bothered.

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    Chicken piccata. No it wasn’t as good as my mom’s



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    Looks great, but your lemon slices are a tad thick...

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    Cannelloni! They're in there somewhere. Time to dig 'em out!

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    norma made foot-long chile rellenos. big, tasty chiles.

    i had two of them. that's a couple eggs (batter), a quarter pound of cheese, tortillas, rice and beans, couple brewskis.

    i would take a picture but there is nothing left but the stems (big as a baby's arm)

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    Coq au vin this evening. Delish...

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    French onion soup w/sourdough and browned fresh grated Parmesan - yum

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    Simpler is better, except when complicated looks really cool.

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    Ginger/lime chicken. Steamed cauliflower. Sauteed mushrooms. Pilsner.
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    Boeuf bourginoin and an apple tartine for dessert.

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    just realized there's no beer. and the roads are a mess, it would be trifling of me to do a beer run.

    so. what wine to pair with tacos? have a "dark horse" rosé or an even cheaper "quail oak" chard.

    i think the rosé because it's valentines, after all.

    maybe wine before, lime rickeys with the tacos.

    salud!

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    sangria

    duh

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    working here with what is in the pantry.

    sangria does sound nice.

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    wondering what chip skiff is up to
    been a while since he posted anywheres
    Simpler is better, except when complicated looks really cool.

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    Made this last night. Sichuanese Celery With Chopped Beef, from Fuchia Dunlop's book Every Grain of Rice: Simple Home Chinese Cooking. Fuchsia Dunlop is English. She went to Sichuan for a university year abroad. Decided she loved Sichuan-style food, dropped out and went to a trade cooking school in Sichuan to learn to cook properly, the first westerner to ever do something like that. Wrote the only Anglo book on [authentic] SIchuan Cooking -- Land of Plenty. Both books highly recommended.



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    The "bean paste" referred is Pixian Doubanjiang, from the city of Pixian in Sichuan. It's broad beans, chiles, wheat flour and salt, fermented in giant open-top pottery jars for as long as 3 years. Use the stuff in moderation. It will clean out your sinuses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Pless View Post
    wondering what chip skiff is up to
    been a while since he posted anywheres
    Maybe if you buy some of his books it might help.
    "para todo mal, mezcal, y para todo bien también" (for everything bad, mezcal, and for everything good, as well.)

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    these scalloped potatoes were made before idaho achieved statehood. believe it or not this box made the move from one house to another a couple years ago now. i have decreed, now's the time.

    baggie of chemicals was caked, had to smash it up. smells, i dunno, how should it smell?

    nearly empty trippel included by way of explanation.

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    No pix and not quite in the format of the thread but, We had our first sort of dining out experience in a year. Can’t tell you how great it felt. One of our favorite Mexican restaurants is El Camino in Fremont. We parked a block away to order on line and eat take out in the car. But we couldn’t get their website to work so we walked to the front door to order. They asked if we would like to sit down. They had a table by the fireplace, doors and windows open, nobody seated within 20’. A real human masked waiter came to our table to take our order. We ordered margaritas In real glass and tacos and plantains and quacamole on real china plates. It was wonderful. I think that is the one thing I have missed most in the last year. It isn’t quite back to normal as we ate with our parkas on, but it’s getting closer. (We are a almost two weeks past our second vax.)

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    another 60 degree early early spring day. daffodils are out.

    fire pit in action. no after pic, i was busy. fecking good, trust me.

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    Moroccan lemon kebabs with couscous pilaf. It was great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pkrone View Post
    Moroccan lemon kebabs with couscous pilaf. It was great.

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    Looks yum!


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    Today I did a roast loin of pork.



    Three pound pork loin.( not tenderloin).

    Made a dry rub of salt, pepper, thyme, sage, paprika, garlic powder, onion powder.

    Then sear it all sides in a pan.

    Then coated with a glaze:

    Honey
    Dijon mustard
    Soy sauce
    Olive oil
    Chopped fresh garlic.

    Paint that on the pork and put into a 375 F oven for 25 mins.

    I also tossed the squash and Brussels Sprouts in the dregs of this.

    Remove. Tent with foil. Place veggies in pan with pork Back into oven for about 30 mins.

    Let stand for 10 mins.

    Slice ...

    ...and serve with pan juice.



    Typically, I would serve mashed taters and sauerkraut and/ or red cabbage with roast pork. Today, I did not.

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    Celebrating St. Pats with mom today.

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    BBQ MANGO FISH
    2 cups plum tomatoes, seeded and diced
    1 1/2 cups diced peeled ripe mango
    1/2 cup diced onion
    1/2 cup chopped fresh cilantro
    2 tablespoons fresh lime juice
    1 tablespoon cider vinegar
    1 teaspoon sugar
    1 teaspoon salt, divided
    1 teaspoon black pepper, divided
    2 cloves garlic, minced
    4 (6-ounce) halibut fillets
    1 tablespoon olive oil











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    Locally grown bone-in ribeye with green peppercorn sauce.

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    And, of course, since it's pi day...

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    damn
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    WOW winning !!!!!
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    Pi Day indeed.
    Shepherd's in this case, ground lamb and assorted veg.
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    Looks good!


    I had slow roast duck, with honey glaze. Spuds roast in the duck fat and dripping under the bird, and garden peas.

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    Last night's Lasagna, will only get better as leftovers, as flavors marinade and meld more so together. Plus once chilled in the fridge the ability to cut perfect squares or rectangles out of the casserole for placement on a plate for nuking is a breeze.
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    we've had a return to hard frost and cold, sideways rains...so, caldo

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    ^ Any beef in there? You'd have corn, beef and cabbage!
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    A lazy-man's repast here.

    One hard boiled egg. One small dish of salsa mixed with cottage cheese and scooped out with some hippie/organic corn chips. One small bowl of butter pecan ice cream.
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