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Dinner 2018 (Part 1)

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Bass and frog legs

 

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Pepperoni pizza

 

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7 hours ago, Anna N said:

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 On the way to dinner— tiny potatoes with sweet-spicy miso paste. 

 

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 Served with teriyaki chicken balls, a perilla wrapped chicken patty, rice with umeboshi  paste and peppers sautéed with onion. 

 

I believe that like you r Canadian brother, Rick Moranis, you may be turning Japanese

 

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8 minutes ago, gfweb said:

I believe that like you r Canadian brother, Rick Moranis, you may be turning Japanese

 I believe you might have missed the boat. Someone else, perhaps @liuzhou, beat you to it. 


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11 minutes ago, Anna N said:

 I believe you might have missed the boat. Someone else, perhaps @liuzhou, beat you to it. 

 

 

Yup, that was me. Weeks ago,

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@gfweb

 

hard to believe anyone ever dressed like that.

 

and the finger-snapping put the whole thing way over the top.

 

" Ill be drinking early today "

 

                                        W.C,.Fields

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51 minutes ago, liuzhou said:

 

Yup, that was me. Weeks ago,

 

LOL

Did you have the music too?

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Yes.  the full effect.

 

unfortunately .

 

M.R. just about ready to go.


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2 hours ago, HungryChris said:

Taco night.

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I like your idea of putting the meat/cheese in the shells and toasting them (vs. how we currently do it and toast them empty) to melt the cheese then adding the 'perishables' afterwards. 

 

We are eating a lot more Mexican these days with my little guys Celiac diagnosis, so this is great.

 

Might just have to steal it! ;)

 

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My left over Bolognese needed eating so I turned it into a chilli.  Topped it with cornbread batter then into the Kamado bbq.

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Tuesday, "grilled" swordfish skewers (I did them on a stovetop grill pan as it is pitch dark here by 5PM at this time of year) with zucchini-baby kale-ricotta salata salad

 

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Last night, slow roasted salmon black rice bowl with a miso-mirin dressing

 

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Portioned out a side of salmon from Aldi. The belly and tail went directly on the smoker. Squaw candy. No offense intended 

 

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Sauce from garden tomatoes, sweet peppers and a mixture of hot and sweet sausages, with vermicelli.

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It snowed all day yesterday.  It was so perfect.  Not much of it stuck, but I'll take what I can get.  Hopefully this means a big snowy winter :)

 

Anyway,  venison chili had to be made--and some cornbread.  Half cheese and Hatch chile and half plain.

 

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10 minutes ago, Shelby said:

It snowed all day yesterday.  It was so perfect.  Not much of it stuck, but I'll take what I can get.  Hopefully this means a big snowy winter :)

  

Please feel free to take all of ours.

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@liamsaunt, I love your photos.

 

Simple dinner last night.   

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Cream of mushroom soup with homemade baguette.

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39 minutes ago, Shelby said:

It snowed all day yesterday.  It was so perfect.  Not much of it stuck, but I'll take what I can get.  Hopefully this means a big snowy winter :)

 

Anyway,  venison chili had to be made--and some cornbread.  Half cheese and Hatch chile and half plain.

 

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SNOW!!!!  😍😍😍   I love the spaghetti in your chili!  When I was a kid, chili always had some kind of noodles in it (now I know it was because it stretched it).  

 

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Roasted eggplant mabaha.

Eggplant roasted over fire, the interior chopped and mixed with tender hot chickpeas, tahini, yogurt, garlic, parsley, cumin. Topped with tomato, onion and pickles. Served with schug and pita breads. 

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Two recent dinners:

 

Sirloin steak, cooked SV then seared, served with green beans and salad.

 

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Meatloaf served with Brussels Sprouts made in the IP, salad and a glass of Lodi Zin.

 

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 Small rice bowl of fried rice. It contained mushrooms, onions, spam, lettuce and rice. 

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Lately I seem to just be grabbing various sh*t I have and throwing it together with a can or jar of something I grab in my quick runs to the grocery store to pick up necessary cat food and prescriptions 😏.  Tonight was a salad and Chicken "Alfredo" on egg noodles:

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Along with leftover green beans.  The sauce was a jar of Classico.  The chicken was an enormous breast half (made enough to feed 3 of us with a full serving leftover) I did in the CSO.  The chicken was incredibly moist and the skin was divine (cook's treat!).

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Photograph not planned, so not plated to be pretty:

 

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Hair dryer pork chop...OK, let's be honest, Dyson pork chop -- anovaed at 61C.  Fresh ground Cambodian red peppercorns.  Served with applesauce and pounded mace.  Pounding mace is one of the most contemplative of all kitchen tasks.

 

Baked potato.  Sour cream not shown.  Brussels' sprouts, carrots, parsnips super steamed.  (And if you don't know what that means, purchase a Cuisinart Steam Oven.)

 

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Fried shrimp po'boys, dressed, and a small cucumber and onion salad.

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My guest house on Taketomi island makes simple meals. At least they have marlin sashimi, which is king on Yonaguni island.

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This reminds me of "3 cup chicken", a typical meal in Taiwan. That is not surprising given the proximity to Taiwan and culinary influences from when the Ryukyu kingdom used to trade with various nations in the region.

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Most common seaweed in Okinawa.

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