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Anna N

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  1. Anna N

    I.D.: GBM ' iPot? "

    This perhaps?
  2. Anna N

    Dinner 2018 (Part 1)

    Chicken yakitori with a cucumber salad. Even though I made this myself I will go out on a limb and say this chicken was fantastic. On the other hand I am afraid to go back into my kitchen. The cleanup will be a beast as I did it in a grill pan.
  3. Anna N

    Gluten -free meatloaf

    Indeed. There is nothing particularly unusual about oats in meatloaf as far as I can recall.
  4. Anna N

    Gluten -free meatloaf

    And it is not difficult to find gluten-free oats.
  5. Anna N

    Lunch! What'd ya have? (2018)

    Nope. Much more traditional. Straight from the fridge, boiled for exactly 6 minutes and 30 seconds and then plunged into an ice bath. Don’t know why these six came out so well. I think there is a lot more to consistency in egg cookery than anyone is admitting to.
  6. Anna N

    Lunch! What'd ya have? (2018)

    Thanks. And believe it or not they are just supermarket eggs.
  7. And we can all turn ourselves into gents?
  8. Anna N

    Lunch! What'd ya have? (2018)

    Soy sauce egg. Quality control. Needs longer in the marinade. Still tasty though.
  9. Tomato soup rarely calls out to me. I might be able to make an exception for this one. Thanks, as always, for sharing.
  10. Anna N

    Dinner 2018 (Part 1)

    Soft scrambled “tamago” eggs loosely based on this.
  11. Anna N

    Lunch! What'd ya have? (2018)

    Pork shogayaki (ginger pork).
  12. Anna N

    Dinner 2018 (Part 1)

    Leftover sausage reheated in the Cuisinart Steam Oven with some mustard mayo. Two salads: cucumber salad with a sweet lime vinegar dressing (a riff on a recipe from Saladish) and a tomato salad with a spicy ponzu dressing (a riff on a recipe from Japaneasy).
  13. Today @Kerry Beal and I went in search of Dave’s Killer Bread at the Great Canadian Superstore in Grimsby. And since we were in Grimsby decided to have lunch at Grimsby Thai once again. Ginger tea for Kerry. Seemed somewhat odd that there was no teapot. Icy cold brew for me which definitely hit the spot on a day when the temperature felt somewhere around 40°C. Calamari of course. Very tasty very chewy. Penang curry and rice bowl. Lamb in a spicy lime sauce. So good! P.S. we found the bread.
  14. @Smithy Yep I once made it for my granddaughter and got pretty much the same reaction.
  15. Ah, but the kids don’t want better. They want the blue box.
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