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Dinner 2019


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Tuesday we had cod in a coconut broth with ginger, garlic and lemongrass, and some cilantro rice

 

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Last night was pomegranate molasses glazed salmon with a black-eyed pea, walnut and pomegranate salad

 

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Both recipes are from America's Test Kitchen.

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Tonight's dinner: velveted chicken breast with corn and TC's Chicken Juice sauce over a mix of couscous and farro. aka what I happened to have in the pantry and freezer that I could make a meal out of.

 

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2 hours ago, sartoric said:

I made these mushroom “meat”balls to take to the monthly Friday feast. They were shroomy good. Served with toasted olive sourdough for juice mopping.

 

Can  you share a rough version of recipe. looks great.

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Sure. Sauté finely chopped red onions, add chopped mushrooms and sweat until all water evaporates, set aside to cool. Mix with beaten egg, chopped parsley, quick cook oats and flour. Season well.  Roll into balls and refrigerate until firm. Pan fry, then plop into your favourite tomato based sauce.

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7 hours ago, sartoric said:

I made these mushroom “meat”balls to take to the monthly Friday feast. They were shroomy good. Served with toasted olive sourdough for juice mopping.

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What’s the Friday feast?

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One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish:

 

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Coleslaw.  Very good, not much to say.

 

 

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Roast potatoes.  Thank you Kenji, thank you Cuisinart, thank you DARTO.

 

 

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Bluefish grilled on the Philips grill.  Perfect.

 

As a constitutional, Whistlepig single barrel, barrel strength.  Not shown.

 

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this crosses lunch, dinner and tomorrow's lunch.  

after doing chores and about a third of the taxes...…

 

I ordered a personal cheese pie, 2 orders of sauce, meatballs and sausage.

I have bucatini, salad and vinaigrette to add to the meatballs and sausage.

 

Sometimes I need to be kind to myself.....

a tough lesson to learn 

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Nothing is better than frying in lard.

Nothing.  Do not quote me on this.

 

Linda Ellerbee

Take Big Bites

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17 hours ago, gfweb said:

What’s the Friday feast?

We bought a property in the country. It’s a multiple occupancy or community. Each second Friday of the month we have a gathering of the community where everyone brings food to share. I’ve written about it in the off topic forum....”Going off grid/escape to the country “.

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30 minutes ago, sartoric said:

We bought a property in the country. It’s a multiple occupancy or community. Each second Friday of the month we have a gathering of the community where everyone brings food to share. I’ve written about it in the off topic forum....”Going off grid/escape to the country “.

similar to co-housing around here

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Nothing is better than frying in lard.

Nothing.  Do not quote me on this.

 

Linda Ellerbee

Take Big Bites

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Pork meatballs in a fresh tomato sauce with rice. There was a side of garlicky spinach,too.

 

The balls were pork, salt and chilli flakes. No egg or bread. Not required.

The tomato sauce was made from fresh tomatoes (obviously), onion, star anise, bay leaf and a little white wine and simmered for an hour-and-a-half before the browned balls were added.  Lots of sauce left over to take up scarce freezer room, but ...

 

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...your dancing child with his Chinese suit.

 

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@Shelby

 

awesome as usual

 

love the noodle dish.    I love creamy noodles , w a splash of dry non oaky wine   red or white.

 

to keep the sauce from splitting , use heavy cream.   I freeze full-fat Phiadelphia Cream Cheese  in small daps and wrap

 

i done keep heavy cream in the house.  just thaw the PCC daps and mix w a little milk to get  " Heavy Cream substitute "

 

wont split w the acid from reduced wine.

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