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Dinner 2019


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Last night I made a coconut curry salmon stew with cilantro rice.  The stew recipe was from the NY Times Cooking app.  I added some fish sauce and Thai basil, and fresno chiles.  The rice was made last week and reheated from frozen It was quick and tasty.

 

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Haven't posted much on this thread lately as I seem to be in the cooking doldrums.  However, made this tonight after seeing this recipe in one of our local flyers for something they called  Thai Coconut Cod.

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Inspired by posts here had chicken "parm" over Rana pappardelle(on sale with coupon at the local Shoprite).  Sauteed some leftover thin chicken breasts then put over some heated marinara then topped with a thin slice of provolone picante - instead of the parm because I really like it.  Red leaf salad, grape tomatoes, olives and a simple vinaigrette.

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Nothing is better than frying in lard.

Nothing.  Do not quote me on this.

 

Linda Ellerbee

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We spent most of the day at the hospital in Victoria for Moe's pre surgery appointments.    

We had intended to have lunch afterwards but it was mid afternoon when we got out and decided to just come home.

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Stopped and picked up some Halibut and  I made

 

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halibut fish and chips.

 

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A couple nights ago I made these Indian veggie fritters, so easy and tasty.6F652B6E-ACC3-4E72-BDA0-9273C706A8AF.thumb.jpeg.46d0c9984af24d13b9c987361a599527.jpeg

 

Here they are plated with eggplant bharta, green chutney and yoghurt rice.

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Last night was a Thai green curry with chicken, zucchini and peas. Looks boring, wasn’t.

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I did something tonight from Jeff Mauro on Food Network called “General Tso’s Crispy Chicken Sandwich”.  Chicken thighs marinated in hoisin, rice wine vinegar, soy sauce, orange sauce, and cornstarch, then fried and bathed in a sauce made from the same marinade plus ginger and garlic.  You top it with an “Asian” slaw.  Fried thighs with and without the sauce:

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Slaw:

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Sandwich:

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They were actually pretty good – a little sweet.  I left out the hot peppers and next time I make them, I’ll add some white vinegar to the marinade to add a little acid.

 

Quick pickle of radish and cucumber:

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Southern green beans and potatoes:

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Didn’t go with the rest of the meal, but SO good!

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22 hours ago, JoNorvelleWalker said:

Another two minute pizza:

 

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I think I've pretty much got the hang of this.

 

NICE!  It takes me something like 7 min on a pizza steel on a weak home oven at 500 F. 

 

About the 2 min...are you using a commercial stove or home stove or fire brick oven? thanks for sharing my a-me-go

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1 hour ago, eugenep said:

NICE!  It takes me something like 7 min on a pizza steel on a weak home oven at 500 F. 

 

About the 2 min...are you using a commercial stove or home stove or fire brick oven? thanks for sharing my a-me-go

 

GE electric home oven, nothing special.  One inch thick block of hard anodized aluminum* preheated at 550F on the highest shelf for a couple hours, then under the broiler preheated for about 5 minutes before loading the pie.

 

*cost more than the stove.

 

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Last night's dinner.

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Greek Style Lamb Shanks cooked in the Breville Pressure Cooker.

Greek potatoes cooked in the CSO, rice and broccolini sides. 

Dinner was ready in just under 90 minutes from the time I walked in the door. Not bad for a work night

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