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Dinner 2019

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Darto pan is perfect for searing scallops.  Served with zucchini and peas.  

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Tonight's dinner- peanut chicken (with kale and chard added) over couscous, garnished with sauteed plantain slices.

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11 hours ago, liuzhou said:

 

Well just from my pantry onion seeds, celery seeds, lovage seeds. I'm sure there are more, but I'm at the other end of the day and sleepy.

Dill

 

Chicken Braised with Figs, Honey and Vinegar from Zuni Café Cookbook

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Served over polenta

 

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Near 100 today.    Still taking the easy way out with dinner.     Pillsbury pizza dough circle (half price from Grocery Outlet) baked on oven floor.     Sauce from freezer.    Surprisingly decent considering ingredients and effort.

Starter of red peppers.    

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 Plain and simple. Corn on the cob with butter and salt. 

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8 hours ago, Margaret Pilgrim said:

Near 100 today.    Still taking the easy way out with dinner.   

 

 

Yeah, the heat makes me feel like a centenarian, too. :P

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15 hours ago, Ann_T said:

40th Anniversary dinner.

 

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Grilled Rack of Lamb with fresh mint sauce. 

Roasted potatoes (in CSO), asparagus, cauliflower and rutabaga.

Beautiful.  Happy Anniversary Ann.  Little over 2 yrs for us to hit that mile stone.   

 

 

 

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21 hours ago, Ann_T said:

40th Anniversary dinner

Heartiest congratulations and felicitations!     Well done.

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This morning's dinner.

 

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Beef tacos, guacamole and salsa.  Previous night's Rancho Gordo beans, not shown.  Using two zones of my DeLonghi griddle, 400F and 450F, I can pretty consistently get tortillas to puff properly.  Tacos deep fried in pot of 375F peanut oil sitting on the Paragon.

 

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 Roasted green beans seasoned with TJ‘s umami powder.  I had a slice of pizza first then the green beans and a little later in the evening some toast and cream cheese.   

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Red gravy simmering away for later today.  Used onion, peppers, ground beef, pork spareribs and Italian sausage with passata.  I have some basil and parsley form the kitchen garden to add at the last minute.

Gluten free pasta for John, bucatini for me.

 

too bad John can't seem to find his way home in  timely fashion...OOOPS


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Last night was Air Fryer garden potatoes in duck fat; roasted green beans with cherry tomes (a bit too many) in a Dijon sauce done in the CSO; mushers done al a Jacques Pepin (frying pan with butter on a med-low heat until done); and lamb chops done on a grill pan on the stove which had been marinated in a Provencal paste from Lucy Waverman.  The chops were a little over in parts...2.5 minutes/side and rested 5 minutes....should have been 2 min/side then rested....next time.

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So.. Beans and Eggplant are doing best in garden this yr!!

 

EggPlant Polpetti 

 

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I peeled the eggplant /sliced it/ baked at 400F with onion-- garlic and bread

 

added italian seasoning and parm

 

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Finished making with egg/ fresh Basil and Oregano--baked 20 mins till 145 ish F

 

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A big pot of my version of caldo verde on the stove 

 

 

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Sufferin Succotash!  Only better. No nasty lima beans but lots of tasty spam. 

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How it was, was like this. I have been trying all day to finish out a project, and as I was printing it, naturally enough, I run out of ink. Off to Sam's for ink cartridges, which leads to picking up a rotisserie chicken. Which in turn leads to stopping by Meals for Moms, a block away, and picking up green beans and corn casserole.

 

Augmented by the fact my a/c went out Sunday. Fortunately, (1), it's an unseasonable August cool spell, and (2), it's fixed, but is frozen into a solid block of ice so I can't use it until in the morning.

 

Thus:

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Sundried tomato/basil pork tenderloin and rosemary roast potatoes

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Braised short rib ragu with pickled peppers

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Maple syrup/chili pork with potatoes and roasted cabbage

 

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1 hour ago, gfweb said:

Braised short rib ragu with pickled peppers

 

Delicious! Did you make your own pickled peppers? I have some peppers (lots) and I'd like to pickle them. Could you provide a recipe?


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