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Donabe rice with mushrooms, radish, ginger, spring onion. Dashi gets made with those dashi tea bags, so it takes about 4 minutes to make the stock for this. As you can tell, I have a fair amount of that watermelon radish.

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Carrots pan roasted in bacon drippings.  Salmon patties were rescued from office lunch and were very salty which went ok with the sweetness of the carrots.

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@chefmd - I find that most people over salt salmon patties.  Don't know why this is, but I've found it consistent whether the cook is a professional or a home cook and whether they are using fresh or canned fish (though I've found it more often with canned).  It's an odd thing.

 

 

Not sure what to call this.  It looks like a snack, but was eaten at lunchtime😁:

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Corn nuts (a surprise from Mr. Kim), salami, Cheddar, and onion crackers.

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The chicken oysters made it to the table.  Le sotlylaisse with local arugula and tomatoes.  Dressed with last nights citrus vinaigrette with the addition of horseradish.  The salad was topped with montasio cheese and served with a side of Pommes Gaufrette . 

 

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Tteokbokki, with mushrooms, cabbage, fish cakes and mozzarella

 

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The recipe calls for an anchovy broth but, i used bonito... The results are very similar. 

 

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Topped with mozzarella.. very decedent 

 

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Made falafel last night and fried it up today.. i was running short on time as I was out doing deliveries so, we had to settle on gyro pita.. which was good once we grilled it. 

 

Watercress, parsley, mint, cilantro, garlic,lemon, cumin, salt, pepper, red pepper, sriracha and chickpeas that were soaked for 12 hours 

 

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Todays set up... Falafel mix, various spreads, harissa, babaganoush, tahini, tabouli, i made a tomato and cucumber salad, mint, lemon.. 

 

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I dont know how you make this look pretty:

 

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Made a cabbage/vegetable soup the other day - savoy cabbage, scallions, carrots, potatoes - trying to use up the bits and bobs in the veg drawer.  Made a mushroom stock then added some red miso to it and it was really quite good; not too salty but just enough to assert itself with the veg.  Had a bowl with some swirl rye bread with butter and cheese to round it out.  Just enough!!

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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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Yellow summer squash and carrot...made ribbons with a Y peeler, put in a container with some olive oil and sherry vinegar, S&P. Marinate overnight...softer and silky like noodles, still a little crunch.

"Only dull people are brilliant at breakfast" - Oscar Wilde

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17 hours ago, BKEats said:

Is it true Wendy’s are not selling beef?

I had a Wendy's burger a week or so ago. 

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That's the thing about opposum inerds, they's just as tasty the next day.

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Oddly enough I was driving today for a few hours  and stopped at a rest stop that had only a Wendy’s opened.  I wanted the impossible burger, they were out.  So, I went with the spicy chicken sandwich.   What I have noticed is, all fast food buns have been darkened and painted in order for Instagram.  
 

the chicken was spicy for fast food.  But the bun, tasted like movie popcorn butter.  It was really strange, once I noticed the flavor, it was pretty dominant.  
 

all in all they Might as well offer a vegan version of their chicken sandwich.  It felt pretty pulpy.  

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@Shelby – Mr. Kim got the Corn Nuts from Amazon.

 

We went out of town on Tuesday (story here) and ended up at Ben’s Chili Bowl in Washington DC for lunch.  A delicious mess of a classic chili-cheese half smoke and some fries:

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We had dinner at Mario’s in Arlington and I brought a couple of slices of pizza home.  Popped one in the CSO for lunch yesterday:

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Really good!

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Roasted cauliflower with tahini sauce, tomatoes, mint, parsley and chilies.

Yemeni style beans in tomato sauce and rice (onion, hawaij, schug, paprika, garlic).

 

 

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Toastie with Trader Joe’s “Lucky 7” bread and jarlsberg cheese.

 

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"Only dull people are brilliant at breakfast" - Oscar Wilde

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Picnic lunch.  Leftover fried chicken, coleslaw, sriracha/mayo dipping sauce.  Wine sippy cup says “The real housewives of Chesapeake Beach”.  

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@chefmd 

 

what's a wine sip ?

 

Im intrigued .

 

Jelly Jars work for me in the colder months 

 

now that its " heating Up "

 

I have a couple of these :

 

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I used to have these ;

 

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but I found the flat bottomed one more stable ,

 

you know  , after a " Few Glasses "

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@rotuts it’s a double wall plastic cup that someone gave me as a present.  I have glass ones too but can’t bring those to the beach.

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