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Dinner 2020

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Last night's dinner.  Tri-tip, cooked SV then seared, served with TJ's latkes made in the BSOA on air-fryer mode, and broccolini, steamed with butter.  The broccolini was fresh-picked from the student garden at the high school where my wife teaches.  The students presented her with it as a thank you.

 

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Comice pear with blue cheese dressing

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Scallops, curried cauliflower puree, beet greens

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@Kim Shook: I didn't use any soy sauce or other sauces with the beansprouts. The char siu may have added the bit of sweetness and colour? You could add a bit of oyster sauce if you like stronger flavour.
 

Supper tonight was shrimp sauteed with red onions, green onions, garlic, ginger, fresh green peppercorns, and a spoonful of Toban paste. The shrimp had a bit of cornstarch and oil to "silken" them as they cooked. Eaten with brown and wild rice, and stir-fried bok choy.
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In my freezer I found a steak -- I think it was a steak -- dated 03/09/2017.  (It was next to another steak, though that steak didn't have a date.)

 

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Baked potato and Philips grilled asparagus.  Accompanied by Pinot Noir.  Followed with a whiff of WistlePig.

 

 

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@robirdstx 

 

Wow !

 

Meat cooked in a Pan !

 

very nostalgic ! good for you !   

 

always good to keep traditions alive .

 

did you light a few candles ?

 

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1 hour ago, rotuts said:

@robirdstx 

 

Wow !

 

Meat cooked in a Pan !

 

very nostalgic ! good for you !   

 

always good to keep traditions alive .

 

did you light a few candles ?

 

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The preferred method of pros.

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Nduja Meat Balls ( 1500 g pork/350 g Nduja )--  Parm/Romano/ bread/ egg/ parsley

Sugo/Nduja oil/ Fregola with a olive /celery gremalata

 

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Its good to have Morels

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Veal medaillons with mushrooms and a cucumber/olive/cheese salad ...

 

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On 2/13/2020 at 10:00 AM, heidih said:

Is this a knife and fork situation? Look daugnting.

No, not all. Maybe I just got to close for the pic.  I've been called plenty of things but never a Big Mouth😀

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On 2/16/2020 at 8:38 PM, Duvel said:

I found an intermediate solution until I master the transfer better. Now, I build the pizza on a trimmed piece of baking paper, load that directly on the steel and remove it after about 45 seconds,

 

I do the same, but I don't bother removing the parchment (I didn't notice any difference when I did). 

Your pizzas look great, btw :)

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7 hours ago, Margaret Pilgrim said:

The preferred method of pros.

 

I read this as the preferred method of pyros.

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I made some Cajun chaurice sausage a couple weeks ago and stuck it in the freezer while I decided what I wanted to do with it.

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Finally came up with a plan this weekend. Onion, bell pepper, celery, garlic and green onion in the pot...

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Added diced tomatoes, crushed tomatoes, thyme, parsley and seasoned with salt, pepper and cayenne to get a Cajun style tomato sauce.

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Mixed the chaurice with cooked rice, did some assembly and oven time and...

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Yep, Cajun cabbage rolls. :P :D

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It's kinda like wrestling a gorilla... you don't stop when you're tired, you stop when the gorilla is tired.

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Oranges

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Hmmm...meat blobs with noodles, zucchini

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Original intent was Swedish meatballs but meat mix was quite wet and I gave up proper shape and settled for "splats".

 

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My take on a great dish from the former Madison's Diner in Pensacola.  Salmon Rockefeller- grilled salmon, fried oysters, hollandaise, spinach and gouda cheese grits. 

 

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And from a few weeks ago smoked ribs cooked on a gas grill using a Smokai smoke generator.

 

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2 minutes ago, Steve Irby said:

My take on a great dish from the former Madison's Diner in Pensacola.  Salmon Rockefeller- grilled salmon, fried oysters, hollandaise, spinach and gouda cheese grits. 

 

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Wow!


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2 hours ago, Margaret Pilgrim said:

 

Hmmm...meat blobs with noodles, zucchini

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Original intent was Swedish meatballs but meat mix was quite wet and I gave up proper shape and settled for "splats".

 

 

You need an A4Box!

 

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6 hours ago, JoNorvelleWalker said:

 

You need an A4Box!

 


Or a takoyaki pan ...

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Veggie and quorn stir fry over rice noodles

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Last night's dinner.

 

I had promised Matt that I would make him lasagna in my new TeamFar lasagna pan. A gift from a friend. (Thank you @FauxPas).

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This pan is the perfect size for baking in the CSO. And deep enough for a four layer lasagna.

 

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Lasagna weighed 6 3/4 lbs not counting the pan.

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Matt doesn't eat meat so I made a four layer cheese lasagna.

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Moe and I had ours topped with the pork bolognese sauce.

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17 hours ago, Tri2Cook said:

Cajun cabbage rolls.

Brilliant!

1 hour ago, Ann_T said:

TeamFar lasagna pan

I see I'm going to be searching Amazon in a few minutes to see if they have this.  Your lasagna looks wonderful.

 

It was really warm yesterday (snow coming though YAY :) ) so Ronnie smoked a chicken.

 

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Potato salad

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Pesto pasta salad

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And baked beans

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1 hour ago, Ann_T said:

 

Matt doesn't eat meat so I made a four layer cheese lasagna.

A future possibility, fpr Matt: mushroom ragu.     Many years ago I invited a work associate and husband to dinner on a Friday night.    Knowing his Friday meat proscription, I made a hearty sauce, substituting a ton of chopped portobello mushrooms for the meat and made an enormous lasagne.    It was, I thought, sublime, cheesy, "meaty" and robust.    Everyone chowed down except the husband who took a fork full and quietly ate all the sides.    The next day I asked my friend about it and she said that he was obdurate in not eating meat on Friday.    Wish I had asked the night before.   


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On 2/18/2020 at 8:48 AM, Shelby said:

 

I see I'm going to be searching Amazon in a few minutes to see if they have this.  Your lasagna looks wonderful.

 

 

 

I got mine from Amazon.  It's this one.  Make sure you get the 8x10" to fit the CSO.


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I think @JoNorvelleWalker 

 

pointed these pans out a while go

 

I have the 3.25" deep pan , and the 1.7" pan.

 

they also have a 3" deep pan.    

 

better check ' around '   @Shelby 

 

or your Amazon history !

 

but two would be nice.

 

a nano-watt bulb deep inside me went off and I checked

 

first  .   

 

what a tasty remember from @Ann_T 

 

that there is no excuse , except Sloth , to making Lasagna in the CSO.


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