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OliverB

Happy Halloween!

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OliverB   

maybe there's a better place for this, but I don't know where, so feel free to move it or be moved by it :-)

Wishing everybody on this great forum a Happy Halloween!

We're having a slow and low cooked beef roast with some salads and bread, before we head out to face the nightmares and monsters abound. Hope you have a great one as well!

Booo!

Oliver


"And don't forget music - music in the kitchen is an essential ingredient!"

- Thomas Keller

Diablo Kitchen, my food blog

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dcarch   

I got lucky, Sandy didn't do much damage (NY). Power never went out.

Last year's Halloween was cancelled because of a big snow storm. I was determined to celebrate this year.

dcarch

Blondes Have More Meatballs?

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SV Tenderloin with baked Kabocha Squash

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For dessert, I found some crazy nuts (caltrop) to go with strawberries.

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dcarch   

Thanks everyone.

Yes, caltrop nut (Asian waterchestnut) is very edible. There are many recipes you can find on-line.

dcarch

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