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Dinner 2020

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12 minutes ago, Margaret Pilgrim said:

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.   

@Margaret Pilgrim, I have saved a mushroom lasagna recipe that a friend gave me years ago.  I'm not really a fan of lasagna, but I'm sure I would love a mushroom version.    But unfortunately Matt doesn't like mushrooms.  And it isn't like he doesn't keep trying.  Every few years he will taste them again just in case his tastes have

changed.  Not so far.   

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5 minutes ago, Ann_T said:

@Margaret Pilgrim, I have saved a mushroom lasagna recipe that a friend gave me years ago.  I'm not really a fan of lasagna, but I'm sure I would love a mushroom version.    But unfortunately Matt doesn't like mushrooms.  And it isn't like he doesn't keep trying.  Every few years he will taste them again just in case his tastes have

changed.  Not so far.   

Understand.    Husband feels the same at Matt.

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8 minutes ago, JoNorvelleWalker said:

Super cool.    In my former life, I would have jumped at this.    But I'd have to freeze 4/5 of the output of this pan.    Last night, I made 8 meatballs and we ate 3 -> 5 for lunch today.    Shurnken family and capacities.

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On 2/18/2020 at 9:25 AM, lindag said:

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

 

 

H'mm. Amazon tells me I bought this pan in 2018. But I'll be damned if I know where it is.

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1 hour ago, kayb said:

 

H'mm. Amazon tells me I bought this pan in 2018. But I'll be damned if I know where it is.

Not in your Kindle library?😂

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It did not note it was an e-pan. But I shall check, because I cannot think where else it might be.

 

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It does not get much more down home than this.

 

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Rancho Gordo Yellow Indian Woman beans, cooked in chicken stock with onion, garlic, and a couple of chunks of Broadbent country ham. Fried potatoes and onions. And a big wedge of cornbread. First meal I've cooked in two weeks.

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Butter poached royal red shrimp and pasta with oil cured olives, capers and piment d'espelette.

 

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Completely nontraditional Viet bun ga.... With fennel and blood orange

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13 hours ago, kayb said:

 

H'mm. Amazon tells me I bought this pan in 2018. But I'll be damned if I know where it is.

 

Amazon tells me I've bought three.

 

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Pizza tonight.  Mushroom pizza.  Perhaps my finest pizza to date, due largely to the exceptional dough left over from last night's bread.  This was not a 90 second pizza.  I let it go two minutes to get the mushrooms fully cooked and slightly charred.  Notice none ended up on the oven floor.  Basil from the dining room.

 

Good as it was I could only eat half before the Duvel ran out.  Sometimes life is hard.

 

 

 

 

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Had a little bit of oxtail ragu left over--mostly ragu, not much meat-- and I couldn't throw it out because it was too good (stuff is rich, though).  So, I supplemented it with a tiny bit of beef roast and made more pasta last night.

 

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8 hours ago, JoNorvelleWalker said:

Good as it was I could only eat half before the Duvel ran out.  Sometimes life is hard.

Had to Google Duvel , thinking it a wine label I hadn't heard of.  I learn so much here.

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Nibbles for dinner

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At the left is a plate of fresh veggies to accompany the Salmon Roe Ikra from Shaya. At the top is a basket of Pita and at the bottom is a bowl of Hummus, both also from Shaya.
In the middle, from Ottolenghi's Simple is a plate of the Lamb Arayes with Tahini and Sumac served with Sumac Yogurt Sauce.  He says these are most often made with pita but uses tortillas in this recipe. 

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57 minutes ago, Margaret Pilgrim said:

Had to Google Duvel , thinking it a wine label I hadn't heard of.  I learn so much here.

 

Or you could have just checked his avatar.

 

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28 minutes ago, JoNorvelleWalker said:

 

Or you could have just checked his avatar.

 

Well, duh.    Were I swift enough to make the connection!

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2 hours ago, Shelby said:

Had a little bit of oxtail ragu left over--mostly ragu, not much meat-- and I couldn't throw it out because it was too good (stuff is rich, though).  So, I supplemented it with a tiny bit of beef roast and made more pasta last night.

 

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We need a pouting emoji.  

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Having just returned from a week in Paris, I wanted something to remind us of all the great bistro food there. So here are two classics, céleri rémoulade and les carottes rapées.

 

And then we wanted a rice dish, so...

 

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Paella.

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