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Lunch! What'd ya have? (2018)

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54 minutes ago, Anna N said:

 That was your mother speaking from the Other Side.  :D

Indeed!

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oh crud - caul fat...cant even blame auto correct

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 I realize I am getting boring and monotonous. Cabbage rolls again. Sometimes I have to conserve my energy for other important stuff and let the freezer take care of the food.

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I had some leftover cucumber-yogurt-scallion-dill mixture that I repurposed into shrimp salad

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Served on toasted ciabatta with smashed avocado.

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Shrimp, wakame and cucumber salad. 

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Tortilla Tuesday

 

White Bean Puree ( Mine ) /Vegan Chili/ cabbage/ white onion/ Salsa Cilantro

 

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Innovation or abomination? Here.

Canned salmon miso don. It was tasty and another option for when grocery shopping just has to wait. 

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I spent the morning working in the garden. By 10 AM, it was heating up and the humidity is pretty high. I went inside, turned on the A/C, put a beer glass in the freezer, made this salad with some Bibb lettuce I had picked and washed, and headed back out to the garden. Just before noon, as the sun was in it's prime and the heat was reaching 86 F, I had had enough. I was ready for lunch. Homemade smoked salmon spread, although an afterthought, fit right in!

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Doing a cold smoke on 3 cans of albacore tuna.   Works really well for smoked fish spread 

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Lunch for one:

 

Takoyaki (minus the octopus, which I couldn't find in the freezer, so technically Ebiyaki with shrimp), with sauce, mayo and fresh Katsuoboshi from my last Tokyo trip. I am always amazed how good that stuff is when it's fresh. Plus a beer. Or two. And possibly a nap 😉

 

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