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Dinner 2019

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@robirdstx

 

I haven't had ChickenParm in a long long time

 

yours looks perfect to me

 

would you share your Rx ?

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We have been on a seafood kick.  Oysters again along with some fried cod.  

 

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Macaroni and cheese and some spinach to go with.

 

 

Yesterday I had to venture out on my own to the big city which included the grocery store.  Always dangerous to let me loose in there by myself.  They have a fancy cheese section.....unfortunately it's filled with mostly, well, not boring, but nothing edgy or different.  You know what I mean?  But, still, it's fun to peruse.  Right away I spied a huge round thing that looked exactly like a cantaloupe. Hmmmm...this looked interesting.  It was Mimolette cheese .  I looked at the price of a pound of it and was kind of surprised.

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I rooted around until I found a small piece.    It was .25 lb. I just had to try it.  It looked so interesting and I really had to see what $24 a pound cheese tastes like 🤣

 

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It was good.  Like a  hard, sharp cheddar.  Wouldn't spend that much for it again, though.  But it was fun to try.

 

On to dinner.  I had some crab leftover from the other night (I know, weird right?) so I made ravioli and a light cream sauce.

 

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15 hours ago, robirdstx said:

Chicken Parmesan 

 

Looks delish. What's in it?

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@Shelby  We are big fans of that cheese although it is hard to come by.   

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1 hour ago, TdeV said:

 

Looks delish. What's in it?

 

Panko breaded Chicken Breast (boneless, skinless, pounded), pan fried in a bit olive oil, placed on marinara sauce and topped with shredded mozzarella and parmesan. Baked in a preheated 400F oven for 20 to 25 minutes, until the cheeses start to brown.

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3 hours ago, rotuts said:

@robirdstx

 

I haven't had ChickenParm in a long long time

 

yours looks perfect to me

 

would you share your Rx ?

 

Sorry, just saw this. See post above. And thank you.

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@Shelby

 

I understand

 

so completely on the cheese you have selected.

 

I limit myself to TJ's

 

carefully selected 

 

because , well  Ive been around a few blocks 

 

anyway

 

Im so sory I can't remember the Member

 

that suggested an extra creamy cheese I might enjoy

 

I very much appreciate that suggestion  

 

indeed I do

 

but I found it at a supermarket

 

and it was the same price as yours

 

not the end of the world

 

but it was cut into smaller selections 

 

ans wrapped 

 

it looked like a large golf ball to me

 

so I passed.

 

O.o

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29 minutes ago, rotuts said:

@Shelby

 

I understand

 

so completely on the cheese you have selected.

 

I limit myself to TJ's

 

carefully selected 

 

because , well  Ive been around a few blocks 

 

anyway

 

Im so sory I can't remember the Member

 

that suggested an extra creamy cheese I might enjoy

 

I very much appreciate that suggestion  

 

indeed I do

 

but I found it at a supermarket

 

and it was the same price as yours

 

not the end of the world

 

but it was cut into smaller selections 

 

ans wrapped 

 

it looked like a large golf ball to me

 

so I passed.

 

O.o

I can't remember who it was either that mentioned that cheese...was it @blue_dolphin on the Trader Joe's thread?  I jotted the name of the cheese down, though, because I wanted to look for it yesterday.  They didn't carry it.  I think the name of the cheese is Rubius?

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Wednesday we had cod veracruz with some cilantro rice

 

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Thursday was roasted salmon with salsa verde, lime rice, and a shaved zucchini salad with queso fresco and pepitas

 

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And that took care of the rest of the huge haul my fish share gave me (except for one pound of cod that I froze to make into chowder later)


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thank you

 

@Shelby

 

its not that one

 

I had one and will get a few mnore from TJ's

 

for Home Maturing

 

if I can

 

it was 

 

possilby

 

as Saint cheese

 

that was full flavored and creamy

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1 hour ago, rotuts said:

Im so sory I can't remember the Member

 

that suggested an extra creamy cheese I might enjoy

 

I very much appreciate that suggestion  

 

@rotuts, could it have been this recommendation from @boilsover for TJ's Delice de Bourgogne?

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@blue_dolphin

 

nope

 

but thank your for looking into it

 

it was in a response 

 

possibly on a Cheese Thead

 

that I mentioned I like

 

full flavour dreamy cheese


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Tempeh goreng sambal with zucchini (fried tempeh in savory-hot-sweet sauce made with tomato, soy sauce and spices).

Baked potatoes, mixed in a sauce of chili paste, coconut, onion, garlic, chopped peanuts, scallions.

Nasi pecel - rice with tamarind-peanut pecel sauce, flavored with kaffir lime leaves and lime zest.

And breaking the Indonesian theme with a Thai style yum som-o - thai pomelo salad, to which I added julienned kohlrabi. Flavored with fish sauce, lime juice, sugar, chili.

 

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Last night's dinner was a parmesan polenta cake with creamed spinach and spicy shrimp. Red wine portobellos were my side dish. 

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Duck confit (sous vide 176 degrees for 12 hours) with sweet potatoes.

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27 minutes ago, chefmd said:

Duck confit (sous vide 176 degrees for 12 hours) with sweet potatoes.

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What is the red and  green stuff?  Is the red a fruit relish of some sort?

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Grilled Sous Vide Lamb Chops with Savory Polenta and Blistered Tomatoes with Zucchini, Yellow Squash and Basil

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11 hours ago, mojomamacooks said:

Last night's dinner was a parmesan polenta cake with creamed spinach and spicy shrimp. Red wine portobellos were my side dish. 

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That looks delicious 

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the Cheese Enablers got me to look at the prices of some nice looking cheese

 

at a higher end supermarket with a large selection of cheese

 

$ 24.99 / lbs  seems to be a common price point.

 

Im happy enough with Tj's     what they have is some of the same as the higher end places , and 30 - 40 % less

 

still .................

 

24.95 must be a price point some of the Market will bear 

 


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