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  1. chefmd

    Salad 2016 –

    @JoNorvelleWalker quash is raw, cut with vegetable peeler, marinated briefly in lemon juice.
  2. chefmd

    Salad 2016 –

    Shaved squash, avocado, feta cheese, pumpkin seeds.
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    Dinner 2019

    Sesame crusted tuna with roasted eggplant.
  4. chefmd

    Lunch 2019

    Tuna tartar over avocado.
  5. I. Got. The. Second. Unit. For the beach house. Because @JoNorvelleWalker has two. Because I want two. Because it’s a bargain. So I got the second unit.
  6. I have this book on hold from the library. Looking forward to cooking from it
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    Lunch 2019

    Eggs with mayo and coriander. Figs from friend’s garden. I ate lunch solo and did not have to follow any rules.
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    Breakfast 2019

    Beans and bits and pieces of chicken left over from roasting the whole bird. Beans were soaked overnight and cooked in Instant Pot for 10 minutes on high pressure.
  9. chefmd

    Breakfast 2019

    Barbecue chicken (left over) and egg sandwich. Healthy apple slices not shown;)
  10. Last night of our trip to San Sebastián. Michelin fatigue is real! Only had energy for a bag of chips (hamon flavored, naturally) and Rioja from hotel coffee mug.
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    Lunch 2019

    Rockfish, eggplant stew, jalapeño mayo sauce. So happy to be back home and cooking in my own kitchen.
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    Dinner 2019

    Cooking in rental apartment kitchen in San Sebastián. I of course brought chef knife and paring knife. Pasta with Porcini mushrooms, garlic, reduced cream. Porcini were 35 Euro a kilo, a steal if you ask me. Less than 8 Euro for these beauties.
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    Breakfast 2019

    Two breakfasts while traveling in San Sebastián. jamon Serrano and Iberico, goat cheese Foie Gras and sausage
  14. Morning coffee and evening glass of Rioja on the balcony of our booking.com apartment. 3.50 Euro wine is lovely. Gotta save money for fancy meals ;). But seriously, the wine is just fine.
  15. A simple dinner of Talo, typical Basque food made from scratch in the city square. One with bacon and cheese and one with txistorra and cheese. The menu was in Spanish and Euskara/Basque only but there were clearly posted signs “gluten free” in English. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talo_(food)
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