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Dinner 2017 (Part 3)


Norm Matthews
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A quick dinner today. Thin rice noodles, chickpeas, coconut milk, turmeric, a hint of cumin, fenugreek and anise, plenty of chili. Coriander and some more fresh chilies on top.

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I seem to be on a coconut kick lately. Definitely not a complaint on my side.

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1 hour ago, Smithy said:

What's stuffed into those peppers, @sartoric?  Looks like perhaps some cheese (what type?) and what else?

Cream cheese, grated cheddar and loads of minced spring onions ( the last of the current crop from the garden).

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10 hours ago, liuzhou said:

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Simple, but did the job.

 

Cod fish cake with a green salad.

 

Ate more than one.

 

The other day I was about to order up some lovely cod from amazon...but then I read up on cod worms.  Originally I was going to purchase halibut, but that was before I reread @nathanm posting about the pain of halibut worms trying to poke their way through your digestive tract.  Plus I could not unsee the worm portrait from MC.

 

For me last night was another try at crab cakes from World of Warcraft.  I mashed them flat and fried at lower temperature.  Better, but still too much filling for my taste.  My salad was coleslaw and tomatoes.

 

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What are you doing for dinner tonight?

 

me:. Grilled chicken breast with prosciutto, basil and pine nuts.  Mash taters, carrot and tarragon jus.

not sure about how the tarragon and basil might clash, but meh.

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Tenderized round steak braised in onion gravy, mashed potatoes, all of which were secondary to the real star of the show: fresh, local asparagus. Although my Hollandaise failed to thicken up very well.

 

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Followed by strawberry shortcake. Local berries, just-barely-sweet creme fraiche, and for the base, I made my grandmother's teacakes. 

 

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10 minutes ago, kayb said:

Tenderized round steak braised in onion gravy, mashed potatoes, all of which were secondary to the real star of the show: fresh, local asparagus. Although my Hollandaise failed to thicken up very well.

 

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Followed by strawberry shortcake. Local berries, just-barely-sweet creme fraiche, and for the base, I made my grandmother's teacakes. 

 

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You're killing me.

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@Auro

 Anyone making their own udon noodles has my sincere admiration.  

 

@JoNorvelleWalker

I came to broccoli rabe late in life  but it is truly one of my favourite vegetables now. 

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Anna Nielsen aka "Anna N"

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Took another drive to Whitestone, Queens yesterday; all of a sudden I spot this place, which I'd never seen nor heard of:

 

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I knew I had a bunch of mushrooms at home; I just didn't know what I was going to do with them.

 

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But fresh Durso's fettuccini with mushrooms turned out to be a good idea.

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@liuzhou

Malt vinegar?   Just saying...... if you want to be "authentic". xD

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Anna Nielsen aka "Anna N"

...I just let people know about something I made for supper that they might enjoy, too. That's all it is. (Nigel Slater)

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