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Dinner 2019

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Tonight's dinner- slow-cooker jackfruit chili, over spinach.

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Green plums with goat cheese and lemon and chili oil

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Found some flanken yesterday.

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Tonight, "Korean" ribs, asparagus with oyster sauce, last of the corn

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Dinner was supposed to be...but a migraine got in the way.  Maybe you will get to read about it later.  Anyhow, fear not, I did not go hungry.

 

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Sockeye from amazon.  Spice Trekkers' Gaspesian Salmon Rub.  One could do far worse.  No ramps were harmed in this presentation.

 

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12 hours ago, Dante said:

Tonight's dinner- slow-cooker jackfruit chili, over spinach.

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Fresh or canned jackfruit? It is SUCH a trend now. Good taste/texture though?

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12 hours ago, Franci said:

Pizza in teglia

Wow!  Just wow!

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Appetizers before a clean out the leftovers for dinner last night...

 

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Assorted crostini. Toasted the slices, rubbed with cut garlic, sprinkled with olive oil.  Tomato, feta cheese, anchovy and tomato, anchovy and house-roasted peppers, plain, and house-roasted peppers.

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5 hours ago, Anna N said:

Wow!  Just wow!

 

@Anna N, I think I am going to post about this on the baking section. I feel sometimes my pizza in teglia is a hit or miss. So, no more changing timing, yeast, etc. I am going to stick to the same exact formula until I get it right every single time! 


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29 minutes ago, Franci said:

 

@Anna N, I think I am going to post about this on the baking section. I feel sometimes my pizza in teglia is a hit or miss. So, no more changing timing, yeast, etc. I am going to stick to the same exact formula until I get it right every single time! 

 

 

Please do.


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6 hours ago, heidih said:

 

 

Fresh or canned jackfruit? It is SUCH a trend now. Good taste/texture though?

 

Prepackaged but not canned.  I haven't experimented with fresh yet- that will be a later project.  Good taste and texture nonetheless, and it worked very well in the chili.

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On 10/17/2019 at 2:02 PM, robirdstx said:

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No ramps here, so I will have to use the pickled onion and raw scallion green substitution.

 


I made the dressing today. I was not impressed at first, but after letting the mix meld for an hour, the tangy flavor came through. Very nice!

 

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Had a pork tenderloin out with plans for some kind of Roast. Lil Man asked for 'Meat on Sticks & Rice'. Marinade of Soy, Honey, Garlic, Sesame Oil, too much Ginger Etc. 

Unpictured Salad that he didn't eat anyway! 

 

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Jajangmyeon-esque noodles.

Salad of tomatoes, cuces, egg. Dressed with a sauce of coconut cream, peanut paste, lime zest, kaffir lime, miso, garlic, sugar.

 

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Country pot-luck last night at the quarterly meeting of our Volunteer Fire Company.     We took a pan of al Pastor pork, warm tortillas, salsas and sour cream.    Well received.   

Others brought a fabulous fresh pesto pasta, a half dozen chili con carnes, pasta and potato salads, quiche and handful of dessertsl

 

For me, the stellar dish was a 16" cast iron frying pan of this heritage kale.   The provider told me he was part of the group that collected and brought these diverse kales from Europe.    His description of the dish: Kale Coalition, Bull's Blood beet greens, OG Seal garlic, Italian sausage, raisins, spices (I detected cumin), onions and love.    .   


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Lazy ... there is no other expression to describe my mood today. Homemade burgers w/ the works. Luckily, the family supports my state of mind by just consuming what I put in front of them ...

 

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Albeit with limited enthusiam.

 

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Assuming this means born, raised & slaughtered in the US - when did this language become a standard?    

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Fall blew in a day or two ago, so we are inside till spring.

 

Flatiron steak, roasted root veg and cauliflower greens

 

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24 minutes ago, gfweb said:

Fall blew in a day or two ago, so we are inside till spring.

 

Flatiron steak, roasted root veg and cauliflower greens

 

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Greens might be acceptable.

 

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Tonight's dinner: Skillet pizza with basil pesto mixed with ricotta, mushrooms, and black olives.

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Seared Tuna carpaccio with dressed greens salad.    Tuna seared, drizzled with a Tuscan olive oil, sunflower seeds, capers and Maldon flake salt.   Greens dressed with lemon juice and olive oil.   

 

Tuna was impeccable quality.  It was so silky, one of the better I have had in a long time.   

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