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Dinner 2019

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Sausage parmesean with crispy roasted garlicky broccoli.  The sausage was good but the broccoli was the star of the evening.

 

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Pasta with White Bolognese from Shaya 

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We're deep into the typical June gloom so I picked up fennel, pork and oranges for this at the farmers market last week. Very rich and good. 

 

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The temperature here has dropped nearly 30 degrees in the last couple of days to the mid 50’s.

Minestrone soup is on the menu.  Made beef broth in the IP then combined the soup ingredients and am slow cooking til dinner time.

 

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Sous vide pork tenderloin with roasted potatoes and pan sauce.

 

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Pork ribs and mashed potatoes

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1 hour ago, Orbit said:

Pork ribs and mashed potatoes

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Each so lovely.  Sad, it looks like they don't get along.

 

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Picture taken before parsley and olive oil.  Much olive oil.  In seriousness one of my finest dinners in some while.  King salmon grilled with Gaspesian salmon rub.

 

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Kwesat biallaben - zucchini in garlicky labneh (strained yogurt) sauce.

Kharshuf w'alzaytun - Artichoke with pickled olives, lemon zest, herbs, zaatar, sumac.
Lentil frittata with tahini sauce.

Whole grain rice.

 

 

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Posted (edited)

Tonight's dinner was "by popular request".    So..

Stuffed celery

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Chili,

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And tantalized by our current thread, corn bread.

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1 hour ago, Margaret Pilgrim said:

Tonight's dinner was "by popular request".    So..

Stuffed celery

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Chili,

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And tantalized by our current thread, corn bread.

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I  think stuffed celery can be a great appetizer -- or substitute for a full meal, depending on appetites and energy levels. That said, I'm curious about the stuffing. Peanut butter? Pimento cheese? Something else?

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7 minutes ago, Smithy said:

 I'm curious about the stuffing. Peanut butter? Pimento cheese? Something else?

 

Store bought packaged "pub cheese", cheddar and horseradish in this instance.    A Grocery Outlet seduction.

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Dinner in Xi’an, China:

 

Biang biang men

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Rou jia mo

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Roasted pork ribs (presented in a fancy manner with some dry ice, then shredded off the bone) - these were very tender and moist 

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Steamed shrimp

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Dumplings as requested by the little one 

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Blood cakes as requested by me never arrived ...

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Dinner the other night while DH was off golfing.  A 3 oz steak (the other half was eaten the night before); mini-potatoes fried in duck fat; mushrooms and snow peas with a little green onion.

 

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Grilled zucchini salad with basil, sill, olive oil, olives, lemon zest.

Eggplant parmigiana x lasagna - Grilled eggplants, tomato sauce with plenty of basil, motz, garlic. Handmade lasagna sheets to add some texture variation. It's not a real lasagna, in that that it's not intended to be cohesive. I do wish I had some more cheese on hand, I didn't have enough left for the top layer.

 

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A second small casserole is waiting in the fridge to be baked later on.

 

 

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We do what we can.     Grapefruit segments with thyme.

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Salmon cakes with potato and ginger and soy.    Yogurt. Meyer lemon, dill sauce.    Garlicky greens.

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I'm not sure why, but I've had limited interest in cooking recently. However, I had a friend over for the evening so I needed to make something. The original plan was to cook on the downstairs gas grill, but the rainy weather forced a change in plan.

 

- Pork Tenderloin, cooked SV

- Potato Salad

- Grilled Zucchini and Eggplant

- Fruit and Ice Cream with Chocolate Sauce for dessert (not pictured)

 

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Tabbouleh - a more Sephardic version (i.e. more bulgur, or heartier than say a Lebanese version), based on a Claudia Roden recipe in The Book of Jewish Cooking.

 

Greek salad with pickled red onions. 


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Almost Lyon.

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This is the one I got (Les Halles de Lyon).

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Chorizo and squid

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