Thanks for the compliments on my burger and rings. I just love griddle cooked thin burgers with crusty edges. And those rings are like magic – so easy and delicious.
Huiray – your tamarind prawns sound so good. I love the color of the sauce.
btbyrd – shrimp and pistachio pesto is a great combination. It really looks delicious!
Patrick – those baked beans are incredible looking. Exactly what baked beans aspire to be!
David – your chicken pie looks and sounds fantastic. I’ve copied your directions and am going to give it a try. Too good to resist.
Soba – I don’t have the book, so I just put a hold on it at the library. Sardine rillettes sound interesting. Fresh sardines?
Shelby – taco salad. Mmmmmm. Now I have a craving.
Ashen – It’s been way too long since my last lamb burger. So good.
dcarch – thanks! Actually THESE onion rings ARE easy. Just slice, salt and sit. Then when they are ‘watery’ just toss with flour/cornmeal and deep fry. I love your broccoli stems! My MIL (the biggest enemy of waste in the south) would love them!
Anna – oddly enough, it has never occurred to me to make a sandwich spread out of canned salmon. What a great idea! I’ll be trying that this summer.
Mother’s Day dinner was at our house. We were joined by Mr. Kim’s mom and his sister and her family. My mom was sick, unfortunately. I did pressed sandwiches with tapenade, goat cheese, marinated artichoke hearts, ham, sopressata, arugula and vinaigrette:
Shrimp salad and croissants:
Tomato/beef consommé (no picture) and green salad w/ mango and a lime vinaigrette:
Dessert was PB Cookies and AF cake with coconut whipped cream, grapefruit syrup and candied grapefruit:
Tuesday was salad and spaghetti Bolognese:
Day before yesterday, I got some Kahlua pork out of the freezer and did sandwiches, fries, slaw and baked beans:
Last night was breakfast for dinner:
Sausage, egg and cheese on a bun, slaw, tomatoes and fried apples.