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Dinner 2019

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Lazy cooking tonight.

 

Stir fried noodles with pork and mushrooms. Garlic, ginger, Shaoxing, chilli, soy sauce, scallions.

 

Lazy but tasty enough.

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Last night was venison chili followed by a warm cinnamon roll right out of the oven

 

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Orange chicken, made in the BSOA and chicken fried rice with snap peas.

 

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@Kim Shook can you share the recipe for the shrimp burgers? They look delicious! 

 

I loved Callie’s biscuits when I was in Charleston. I may order some from GoldBely. 

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7 hours ago, Shelby said:

Last night was venison chili followed by a warm cinnamon roll right out of the oven

 

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@Shelby, what cinnamon roll recipe do you use? Last ones I made were dry.

 

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22 hours ago, robirdstx said:

 

Thank you! The holders are Tupperware - for presentation only!

 

 

Got the same ones!!

 

Vintage tupperware,  we got tons.  MY wife sold it for yrs

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19 hours ago, kayb said:

 

@Shelby, what cinnamon roll recipe do you use? Last ones I made were dry.

 

I tried a new (to me) one this time by Paula Dean.  I was impressed.  Ronnie commented that the dough was really moist and I agree.  I followed the recipe except I didn't use any nuts or raisins and I always butter the sides and bottom of the pan and then squeeze syrup all over the bottom before putting the dough in.  


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Not pretty, but beef in Guinness stew isn't meant to look pretty! But packed with taste. Served with buttery mash and even more buttery, garlicky morels. Winter warmer food.

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@liuzhou Do they have fresh morels in China or are they dried (or imported)?

 

ETA: please disregard this... I just saw your other post!


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Fresh. Yes morels grow in China, but today was the first time I've found them in the market.

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Breakfast for dinner last night for me...

scrambled eggs with the green part of some scallions, homefries with the white part of some scallions and some turkey bacon with some toasted bread.

 

John has been eating on the turkey breast with gravy, mashed sweet potatoes and sage sausage cornbread stuffing with onions and apple.


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18 hours ago, Shelby said:

I tried a new (to me) one this time by Paula Dean.  I was impressed.  Ronnie commented that the dough was really moist and I agree.  I followed the recipe except I didn't use any nuts or raisins and I always butter the sides and bottom of the pan and then squeeze syrup all over the bottom before putting the dough in.  

 

This is my goto recipe for cinnamon rolls. If figure if I'm using a ton of butter and sugar, she's probably the best source for a recipe.  

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22 hours ago, MetsFan5 said:

@Kim Shook can you share the recipe for the shrimp burgers? They look delicious! 

 

I loved Callie’s biscuits when I was in Charleston. I may order some from GoldBely. 

Here you go!

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My rife on TakoYaki Balls:  ( Just one Cookbook )

 

Yukon Mash with Sriracha/ Octo Balls/ topped with a spicy hot sauce

 

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Mr. Kim and Jessica were at the theatre last night, so dinner on my own was a grilled ham and cheese sandwich and chips:

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Perfectly hit the spot!

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It was so damn hot here last night, we had a mixed salad with grilled haloumi.

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The night before was pizza fail...old yeast I think. Topping was fresh tomato sauce, mushrooms, white anchovies, basil and mozzarella. It looks okay, but was tough enough to break teeth.

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Half a baked potato (done in the air fryer) topped with Chili and a little sour cream.  On the side some steamed broccoli and carrot coins.  I have forgotten about using a baked potato as a base for toppings.  This was really good and very filling for the calories.

sorry no picture...my camera computer upload device doesn’t work....replacing soon.

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Another two and a half minute pizza...

 

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Aged mozzarella rather than fresh.  In this application I think I prefer fresh, but the aged was perfectly OK.  Once again fresh home grown basil from my dining room, not picked until the pie was on the rack.  More than I could eat but I ate all of it anyway.  Soave helped.

 

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Brined chicken breast cooked 1-10-10. With butter and olive oil fried cèpes and morels. Rice.

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 Jamaican patty and some pickles.

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2 hours ago, Anna N said:

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 Jamaican patty and some pickles.

I love those things, but I have to search out the "mild" and even then they are a tiny bit too spicy for me.  

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11 hours ago, JoNorvelleWalker said:

Another two and a half minute pizza...

 

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Aged mozzarella rather than fresh.  In this application I think I prefer fresh, but the aged was perfectly OK.  Once again fresh home grown basil from my dining room, not picked until the pie was on the rack.  More than I could eat but I ate all of it anyway.  Soave helped.

 

 

How do you make your pizza dough Jo ? It looks delicious and edible.

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Much cooler weather last night, so I was happy to turn the oven on.

From 12 o’clock - spiced rice, mango pickle, paneer tikka, green beans with coconut, dal and paratha.

 

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