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Dinner 2019

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@Shelby Beautiful crab - love the knuckles.  What is the green dish?

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Cooking for one for a while. So ...pasta!

Mushroom ragu.

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Charlie asked for some sourdough French bread to eat with some brie I had in the refrigerator. I guess I had the oven set a little too high. Even though I cooked it to 190º, it came out browner than usual and almost burnt on the bottom. I trimmed off the bottom before we had it.  Charlie also ordered out for dinner. He ordered Chicken Tandoori. I didn't take pictures of it. It came with some sauces,  rice pilaf and some kind of flat bread.

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3 hours ago, Norm Matthews said:

Charlie asked for some sourdough French bread to eat with some brie I had in the refrigerator. I guess I had the oven set a little too high. Even though I cooked it to 190º, it came out browner than usual and almost burnt on the bottom. I trimmed off the bottom before we had it.  Charlie also ordered out for dinner. He ordered Chicken Tandoori. I didn't take pictures of it. It came with some sauces,  rice pilaf and some kind of flat bread.

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That's some lovely looking bread.

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Salmon, cooked SV with some maple syrup applied after, served with sauteed spinach.

 

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New Zealand lamb, roasted (I prefer Colorado or any of the really good stuff that we can't necessarily get w/o jumping through a few small hoops). Basmati saffron rice pilaf, which I could've done a better job fluffing. Also, here's a dish (the rice) where I used water, when stock would've made it so much better. Rancho Gordo's Mogette de Vendée beans from France, which cooked quite quickly on the stovetop. Nothing green, though I had a celery stalk while prepping.

 

Re: the beans - I didn't get to them before some had actually split. Evidently a small harvest, and super thin-skinned, the beans in their dry state weren't as beautiful as many others from RG, so I guess their lack of beauty once cooked was to be expected. But they are creamy and delicious, and smashed up on crostini tonight or tomorrow, I'm sure they'll be tasty.

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Had a prime rib in the oven a couple of nights ago. Got a frantic call from d-i-l who had to go to emergency at the hospital. Son was away to a conference. Luckily, I had the oven on @275F and got hubby to turn it off after 3 hours as I was longer than anticipated.
By the time I got home, I was too beat to cook sides, so picked up A & W burgers for our supper. We like the A & W burgers the best of the 3 main fast food places.  The latest promo is the '56 Burger to celebrate the 56th year of the company. I got the '56 Mama Burger in lettuce wrap. A couple of weeks ago, I picked up a lettuce wrap burger from "the other big chain". Protein is different but same concept. What a difference! Now you know why we prefer A & W. Are there any of this chain in USA?
A & W '56 Mama Burger Lettuce Wrap
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The other chain's Jalapeno Chicken Lettuce Wrap

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We finally got to eat the prime rib roast last night. I am in love with the Anova for reheating the roast without overcooking! The roast was medium by the time hubby turned the oven off but left it for another hour before I got home. After 1 hour @135F, it came out the same!
 

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Roasted turkey breast, sliced and reheated SV, with mushroom gravy, snap peas and baked yam.

 

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@mgaretz

 

excellent 

 

You have inspired me to do some

 

sweet potato

 

baked in the CSO

 

thanks !

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Last nights dinner was Hainanese chicken rice. Served with the usual accompaniments, spring onion and ginger oil, plus fiery chilli sauce and a bowl of broth. 

 

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Very nice @sartoric I love this dish.  Did you use a pandan leaf and if so where did you get it?

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On 2/20/2019 at 1:06 PM, heidih said:

@Shelby Beautiful crab - love the knuckles.  What is the green dish?

Sorry, just now saw this!

 

A very trashy version of broccoli and cheese casserole using cream of mushroom soup and smashed up potato chips for topping.

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47 minutes ago, Shelby said:

Sorry, just now saw this!

 

A very trashy version of broccoli and cheese casserole using cream of mushroom soup and smashed up potato chips for topping.

 

Oh, good!  I was afraid you would say kale.

 

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2 minutes ago, JoNorvelleWalker said:

 

Oh, good!  I was afraid you would say kale.

 

I can't serve kale.  My dishes are all allergic to it.

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Chicken Parmesan 

 

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Served with Pasta and Steamed Broccoli 

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4 hours ago, Captain said:

Very nice @sartoric I love this dish.  Did you use a pandan leaf and if so where did you get it?

Nah, left it out, but I chucked in a couple of Indian bay leaves (don’t tell the purists).

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3 hours ago, KennethT said:

@sartoric Very nice... but where's the sweet soy sauce?

In the bin where it should be :)

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4 hours ago, Shelby said:

I can't serve kale.  My dishes are all allergic to it.

This deserves more than the "laugh" I gave it.  I burst into wild laughter when I read this and startled both Mr. Kim and the cat.  Perhaps the best response ever on eG!!!

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quiche...sautéed onion and chopped asparagus spears, minced smoked ham and some grated emmentaler cheese.  small red leaf lettuce salad.

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