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Dinner 2018 (Part 1)

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Baked pork chop breaded with seasoned panko and tater tots, both done in the BSOA in air-fryer mode for 20 minutes at 365F, served with corn, salad and a glass of Lodi Zin.

 

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A few days ago I needed some pork shoulder but all they had was more than I needed at the time, so I cut part of it off and saved it until today when I put it in the smoker. 

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Cod seasoned with sumac,  steam baked in CSO 15 min 325 degrees with delicata squash.

 

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19 minutes ago, chefmd said:

Cod seasoned with sumac,  steam baked in CSO 15 min 325 degrees with delicata squash.

 

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I love the chocolate shavings!  It looks like dessert!

 

 

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Just now, JoNorvelleWalker said:

 

I love the chocolate shavings!  It looks like dessert!

 

 

Sumac, it’s sumac.  Also, when can I come over for one of your pizzas?  I will drive you around all day long to procure the ingredients ;) 

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32 minutes ago, chefmd said:

Cod seasoned with sumac,  steam baked in CSO 15 min 325 degrees with delicata squash.

 

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How thick was your cod?

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10 minutes ago, ElsieD said:

 

How thick was your cod?

About inch and a half.  On sale at Whole Foods for prime members.  I drank cool aid and I liked it 😞

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Stuffed farmed trout (shrimp) en papillote with parsley sauce, roast potatoes and long beans with a few mushrooms. Served with a delicious South African Chardonnay.

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I started off making chicken salad for Deb's lunch, but quickly changed direction, thinking that I could make soup, use up all the leftovers and put a check in the dinner box as well. Tonight I used the Red Lobster Rosemary Garlic Parmesan biscuit mix, which we both loved!

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After a cold, wet tropically torrential autumn afternoon I needed air conditioning and comfort food:

 

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Mashed potatoes a la Kenji, informed as always by Herve This.  Copious cranberry sauce and methode rotuts not shown.

 

I did make it out to harvest a few waterlogged tomatoes.

 

 

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Pan-fried duck breast with triple cooked potato slices and duck fat-fried mushrooms. Added a tomato for colour and because I like them!

 

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12 hours ago, HungryChris said:

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I saw these in the local Walmart Neighborhood Grocery store. A little odd in that they were charging ten cents more for it than the cost of the box of the regular Cheddar Bay Biscuits. 

Must be worth it! :laugh:

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The store had some meaty looking ham hocks so that decided dinner. They didn't have any collards or spinach, just kale and turnip greens, so I decided to do bok choy separately and add them with the beans and hocks at the end.  I had a Tim Tam cookie crumbled over the last of the vanilla ice cream for dessert. It was the last cookie too so I suppose Charlie will end up raiding the Halloween candy bowl later when he gets hungry for dessert. 

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@mm84321

 

very jealous I am

 

do I love sausage or what !

 

hopefully you will run into a Weisswurst or three

 

the Queen of Sausage Id say.  not a misprint.  they are of course Kings of Sausage too.

 

please don't post a pic unless you figure out where i can get some locally

 

there used to be  The SmokeHouse here , started by a kid who decided not to go to Harvard but to Germany and become a

 

sausage apprentice.  fully documented  . for several eyars

 

outstanding sausage they had

 

then people decided sausage would kill them  and the places shrank and shrank

 

they was one place left a long time ago but it was quite a treck to get their

 

now I can't find any trace.

 

sad.

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Rice paper wrappers with rotisserie chicken, lettuce and kimchi. Dipping sauce is sriracha mayo with a little extra kimchi thrown in because you can never have too much kimchi. 

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Soft Pork Tacos ~ Pork Carnitas* with Salsa Verde, Red Onion and Cilantro on a warm Flour Tortilla

 

* Pork Butt, cut into large chunks, browned in a little grapeseed oil and topped with a mix of Hatch roasted green chile peppers and salsa verde, was cooked in the Instant Pot on High Pressure for 30 minutes, 15 minute Natural Release. The Carnitas were finished in the CSO - 10 minutes at 500F on Steam Broil.


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6 hours ago, mm84321 said:

My first bratwurst here in Germany 

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Hessia ?

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7 hours ago, mm84321 said:

My first bratwurst here in Germany 

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First thing I do in Berlin is a curry wurst. Sounds weird but it's good. 

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I happened upon some good looking haddock yesterday and could not resist. Beet greens, potato salad and broiled haddock made the table last night.

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Crab cake, sides of  guacamole and grilled eggplant dip with toasted tortilla chips 

 

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