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Dinner 2019

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On ‎1‎/‎11‎/‎2019 at 11:49 AM, heidih said:

@Shelby  OK that does it. We are all headed to Kansas for a wild game eGullet food fest. Any dates look good for y'all? (I checked - y'all is singular https://www.wordrake.com/writing-tips/the-story-of-yall 

I'm in.....and will bring the Spanish rice a roni 😉

 

just gotta find either a bird festival or … does Route 66 run near you?


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Last night I made sautéed red onion, kale and potabello mushrooms to go with our steak.  I made it at noon and reheated in the microwave at dinner time....football games dictated dinner time.  The kale dish got bitter.  When I made it, it was fine.  Anyone else experienced this?

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9 hours ago, Duvel said:

 

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I love this plate. The rest of the spread looks pretty tempting, too.

 

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Bbq weekend enjoying the sunshine and pool.

BBQ Octopus salad for Saturday dinner.

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Then Pizza Sunday night.  Make your own topping.

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I love my Kamado.


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Snowy day dinner.

SV duck breast (136F, 3 hrs) savory lingonberry sauce

With mashed pots and maple salted caramel sprouts

 

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honey garlic roasted chicken with fregeola, spinach and carrot.

 

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Grilled Beef Rib Eye and Cauliflower ‘Mac’ & Cheese


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Celebrating my son's 32 birthday tonight.  He loves lamb so shanks sounded like the perfect dish.  It probably is my favorite lamb dish.  I had removed much of the silverskin so tied them to keep them from falling apart in the oven

 

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Pork tenderloin piccata.  When these things go on sale for $1.99 pp, I can't help but load up the freezer with them. This was my last batch. I'll be watching for the next sale.

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Ronnie's birthday eve last night:  He chose fried chicken

 

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Dark chocolate homemade pudding for dessert

 

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My Pan seared Halibut / with ButterGarlicMash in a tomatoe curry broth

 

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@heidih  Last night I took a package of Zeroodles, rinsed, blotted dry and put them in a non-stick frying pan on medium heat.  It was interesting to see how much steam came off them as I tossed them around in the pan. In the end, the texture had changed a bit, they were somehow "springier' if that makes any sense.  They were nice and dry and that meant my coconut curry sauce was not diluted with excess water.  I'll do this all the time from now on.  Thank you for suggesting it.

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48 minutes ago, Paul Bacino said:

My Pan seared Halibut / with ButterGarlicMash in a tomatoe curry broth

 

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That is my kind of dish.  Can you share any particulars?

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@ElsieD-- Sure

 

Halibut prep-  I'm lucky I have patients that bring me product, line caught from Alaska.  I prefer a thicker cut.  So I piece them out.

First I dry the filet on paper towel,  make a dry-wet-dry mix , Flour 50% / Parm cheese 50%/ I use a Cajun seasoning in it too - then dip in egg mixture ( I have S and P in it )-- then in Panko.  Rest 2-3 hrs

 

The sauce- Saute' garlic #1 chopped ( I had Confit'd some ), onion #1/4 diced, ginger Small peeled knob- in Evoo, add tomato paste 2 T toast, add red Curry T ( Mine was from a can--Maybe MoyPloy/ I used Maseri SP )/Cocconut creme or full flavor C Milk ( I used 1/4 of a can  add Kiffer lime leafs/ and some of my stock 1/2 C/ I used a pressure cooked Chxn stock and I added dried red pepper.  Cook this for a while. add a squeeze of lime toward the end and some cilantro stems chopped finely.

 

Yukon mash--I have confit garlic/ butter/ cream/ onion sprouts

 

Plate-  Mash potatoes/ladle of the sauce around/  Pan fried Halibut on top--  You can also cook the halibut in the sauce ( Poaching it )-I like the crunch factor  :)  I think Cilantro is great to finish

 

 

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Rice pudding (Milchreis) with browned butter and some citric pearl barley. The citric taste of the A. luchuensis was definitely a nice contrast to the sweet rice pudding, but it might be better with Koji on rice than barley.

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B'Day dinner for my mum.

Paella cooked on the Bbq.

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A Reuben and some sweet pickles. Unfortunately, the only chips in the house were stale.

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Try putting the chips in the oven to freshen them...my frugal mom used to do that...never threw much away.

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Sautéed Chicken Breasts with Tender-Crisp Vegetables (Zucchini, Yellow Squash, Cauliflower, Red Bell Pepper and White Onion)

 

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Tonight's dinner.

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Linguine and Clams.

 

Last night we had a roast chicken dinner. 

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 Made the cornbread dressing before leaving for work in the morning.

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