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Shrimp and grits.  Grits were cooked in instant pot with caramelized onions which made color darker.

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I had some leftover pulled pork that I incorporated into tamales.  I used the rendered fat and jelly from the roasting pan in the masa.  They were really tasty coming right out of the steamer.

 

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Supporting local restaurants:

 

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Meat and three -- meat loaf, cream cheese corn, double order of fruit salad.

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Chicken pesto scramble. Surprisingly good. Surprisingly easy. Another way to repurpose rotisserie chicken. 

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16 hours ago, MokaPot said:

Tofu salad with a sauce / dressing made of gochujang & Laoganma spicy chili crisp.

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I love Lao Gan Ma!  There is shortage of It recently in my local Asian groceries.

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I did not hoard toilet paper.  But I did hoard potatoes, carrots, cabbage and now have to cook with those a lot.  Potatoes and carrots curry with shrimp and mushrooms.

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@Kim Shook

 

Mortadella !  

 

looks like the USA version , no pistachios !

 

my favorite 1

 

you are so lucky !

 

I do look forward to my First

 

M+LTMayo  sandwich 

 

on some very fresh , decently crusty bread .

 

I have a list.

 

its getting longer and longer 

 

but  anticipating 

 

working down this Roster List

 

puts a smile on my face.

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45 minutes ago, rotuts said:

@Kim Shook

 

Mortadella !  

 

looks like the USA version , no pistachios !

 

my favorite 1

 

you are so lucky !

 

I do look forward to my First

 

M+LTMayo  sandwich 

 

on some very fresh , decently crusty bread .

 

I have a list.

 

its getting longer and longer 

 

but  anticipating 

 

working down this Roster List

 

puts a smile on my face.

No pistachios - which I really don't mind, but peppercorns - which I do.  I try to ignore them now, but when I was a little girl I would laboriously pick them out of each slice before eating my sandwich.  The worst was when my mom would make salami and mortadella sandwiches and both would have peppercorns.  😄

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1 minute ago, robirdstx said:

Really more of a snack, but this was my lunch today.


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Mock Garlic Toast ~ I use Frigo brand Original String Cheese.

 

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Melted in a bit of hot oil and seasoned with garlic powder, parsley flakes and parmesan cheese.

 

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How did I not know about this?  I buy the light string cheese.  Do you think that will work?  

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9 hours ago, chefmd said:

I love Lao Gan Ma!  There is shortage of It recently in my local Asian groceries

 

Plenty in mine!

 

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Seriously though, imported foods are becoming difficult to find, for obvious reasons. While there is no shortage of locally produced (i.e. China) items, I cannot get my usual cheddar cheese (imported from Ireland) and I've noticed that Japanese Kewpie mayonaisse is gone (not that I ever buy it).

 

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48 minutes ago, liuzhou said:

 

Seriously though, imported foods are becoming difficult to find, for obvious reasons. While there is no shortage of locally produced (i.e. China) items, I cannot get my usual cheddar cheese (imported from Ireland) and I've noticed that Japanese Kewpie mayonaisse is gone (not that I ever buy it).

 

 

Thankfully my Kewpie mayonnaise arrived today.  I have it on amazon subscribe and save.

 

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Went to my favorite little mexican grocery today.. I have been calling them since the quarantine started.  Someone finally picked up, he it was there first day back! 

 

I got their chilaquiles and some grocery to go... 

 

Very exciting for the chorizo:

 

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This is what i texted my wife when she asked, where I was.  I snuck off and brought this back

 

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Here are some groceries.. I love their posole.. Their hominy are always awesome too, i asked today,  they showed me where they kept them.. inside some bucket that you have to open, after all these years, i finally asked. 

 

Some fun stuff, queso hebra, chile arbol, guajilo and ancho.  And then not photographed, 10 little pollito lollipops that I gave out. all but one.

 

 

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14 minutes ago, BKEats said:

Went to my favorite little mexican grocery today.. I have been calling them since the quarantine started.  Someone finally picked up, he it was there first day back! 

I got their chilaquiles and some grocery to go... 

Very exciting for the chorizo:

Here are some groceries.. I love their posole.. Their hominy are always awesome too, i asked today,  they showed me where they kept them.. inside some bucket that you have to open, after all these years, i finally asked. 

Some fun stuff, queso hebra, chile arbol, guajilo and ancho.  And then not photographed, 10 little pollito lollipops that I gave out. all but one.

 

You are killing me. it is all here I just can't get at it. Do post the meals so I can cry in my corner

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Robird – bought the Frigo yesterday.  After my last go round with light cheese sticks (put on pizza and they didn’t melt), I figured I’d follow your directions.  Should be doing that soon!

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Mortadella and ham on toasted ATK Sandwich bread, chips and salsa and a gorgeous pear.

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One of Significant Eater's favorite things to eat...

 

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Leftover poussin and potatoes reheated in the steam girl. An avocado/confit tomatoes/Hatch Valley salsa (TJ's!) thing. House pickled red onions. Easy enough to eat when on computer meetings all day.

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