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Kim Shook

Kim Shook

A very disappointing dinner last night.  Menu was fried oysters, ffs and slaw.  This part was fine:

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Here is where it started to go wrong:

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I had these in the freezer for a couple of months.  They looked great and I liked the coating very much, but the oysters were terrible.  I don’t think they had quite gone bad, but they weren’t far from it.  So, they went in the trash.  Side dishes were French fries and slaw:

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These were fine out of the pan, but I put them in the CSO to keep warm and they came out flabby and tough.  gfweb suggests propping the door slightly open next time to prevent this. 

 

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The slaw was just blah.  I never use a recipe for slaw and it always turns out fine, but it just didn’t seem to have much flavor this time.  So, we filled up on flabby fries and dull slaw and at 11:30, this was my protein:

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One of those nights.

 

This, however, turned out very well:

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Lovely roasted necks and veg for my gravy.  Popped into the slow cookers all night.  Will be making gravy today.

Kim Shook

Kim Shook

A very disappointing dinner last night.  Menu was fried oysters, ffs and slaw.  This part was fine:

DSCN8669.JPG.286369d7cc648fd952be5c9d48b6c801.JPG

 

Here is where it started to go wrong:

DSCN8673.JPG.7fb8640813b1c638f36de187957455b6.JPG

I had these in the freezer for a couple of months.  They looked great and I liked the coating very much, but the oysters were terrible.  I don’t think they had quite gone bad, but they weren’t far from it.  So, they went in the trash.  Side dishes were French fries and slaw:

DSCN8671.JPG.f7cb50a043803143a248f80c284934b3.JPG

These were fine out of the pan, but I put them in the CSO to keep warm and they came out flabby and tough.  gfweb suggests propping the door slightly open next time to prevent this. 

 

DSCN8670.JPG.c787c60fcd2447b27bfb50665fcc5849.JPG

The slaw was just blah.  I never use a recipe for slaw and it always turns out fine, but it just didn’t seem to have much flavor this time.  So, we filled up on flabby fries and dull slaw and at 11:30, this was my protein:

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One of those nights.

 

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