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Kim Shook

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  1. Hi, Chris! Welcome to eG. I'm looking forward to your posts! When traveling is safe, we are looking forward to coming back to Philadelphia. We've only been on one flying trip many years ago and want to do a more lengthy food tour! We have a friend who is from there and his mom occasionally sends us a Stocks pound cake, which is the best I've ever tasted. Can't wait to see your pasta!
  2. Welcome to eG, @43bakes! I'm interested to see your pies!
  3. Kim Shook

    Dinner 2021

    @Objective Foodie – gorgeous short ribs and potatoes. I love the idea of doing short ribs à la bourguignone. Wednesday night – tuna salad on brioche buns: With some of Mr. Kim’s soup: Probably won’t be back until Monday. My dad and his wife are moving back to VA from FL and are stopping by our house for a (hopefully) safely distanced visit tomorrow through Monday afternoon.
  4. Kim Shook

    Breakfast 2021

    @Ann_T – your poached eggs on toast breakfast is just perfect simplicity. Perfect toast and perfect eggs. Yesterday: Blueberry drop scones and bacon.
  5. I've owned three machines and neither Mr. Kim nor I have ever been able to remove the paddles once they are put on.
  6. Welcome to eGullet, @Anthony C! Like everyone else, I'm looking forward to being introduced to you and your home!
  7. Good Googa Mooga, girl! Your story reminds me of a trip from IN to VA that we made probably 30+ years ago. We lived in IN and were coming home to VA for a visit. We stopped in Wheeling WV for dinner at a Wendy's (to keep this food oriented). This is, of course, in the days prior to the internet, cell phones, or even GPS and we basically depended on road side signs for places to eat. We found the Wendy's in a downtown area - an island of light and busy in a sea of dark, closed businesses. Jessica was little and antsy with all the sitting and being cooped up, so after eating, we wandered d
  8. Thank you so much for posting this, Kerry! What a wonderful memorial for Suzy. Whoever wrote that obviously knew and loved her well.
  9. Kim Shook

    Breakfast 2021

    Actually, they reminded me of your pikelets that I made!
  10. Kim Shook

    Breakfast 2021

    @rotuts – your breakfast reminds me of some lasagna soup I make and reminds me that I want to have it again soon! You’ve also reminded me that I need to transfer a bit of my new bottle of EVOO into a squeeze bottle and refrigerate the rest. @AlaMoi – I’m madly in love with Nicco. I would share all my breakfasts with him. I made a batch of the fruit drop scones that @blue_dolphin introduced: Thank you, ma'am! I used blueberries. I’d love to try them with black currants, but they are impossible to find here even though they are technically not banned anymor
  11. Kim Shook

    Dinner 2021

    @Eatmywords – lovely looking almond cookies! @Shelby – my left shoulder is damp from Mr. Kim leaning over me and drooling at your muffuletta! When we went to NOLA, that was the one place that he requested we go. He’d been there for a business trip and fallen in love with them. Dinner last night – salads to start: Aldi Red Bag Chicken fillets on brioche buns with long grain and wild rice and applesauce: These are frozen fully cooked boneless breast cutlets. They are decent for when we want a chicken sandwich without going out or making
  12. I seriously thought these were oatmeal cookies. I am appalled at the quiche. No toes, though. So there's that. 😁
  13. Kim Shook

    Breakfast 2021

    I've had the same issue a lot (this is why there is a blue bag full of things in my freezer that do NOT belong in the home of a GRITS). The best ones I've made are the ones where I patted out the dough (by hand) and folded it over itself. This morning: Toasted bread machine bread and IP egg.
  14. Kim Shook

    Dinner 2021

    @CantCookStillTry – Happy Birthday to your son! Cheesy bread looks like something I need in my life. What does it involve? Your husband’s smoked meat looks fantastic. And I’m with you on hating the prep for DIY tacos. In fact, I detest prepping for any dish that needs a pile of “fixings” – tacos, hamburgers, hot dogs, etc. I love the foods themselves, but find the prep tedious. Also, your pies are full-stop gorgeous and I’d love to have one in front of me right now! TicTak – Happy birthday to your son, too! And welcome to the wonderful addition to your family. L
  15. I'm not sure. I've never peeked at that point. I know that a lot of my kitchen is not level and I need to check that, but that seems a little extreme! 🙂
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