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10 hours ago, Dejah said:

                                                                 

                              

                                                             New England Clam Chowder with a heavily seeded bread - Dave's Super Seeds - Toasted

 

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Are those capers or green peppercorns on your chowder?    Either is a revelation to me.    I want both!

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23 hours ago, BeeZee said:

@liamsaunt, those flavors are right in my wheelhouse...link to recipe?

 

Here is the tagine recipe (the first of the three recipes in the article)

 

https://www.bostonglobe.com/2020/02/18/magazine/recipes-3-chicken-stews-soups-that-skip-searing-step/

 

And the rice: https://food52.com/recipes/72155-instant-pot-moroccan-spiced-rice

 

I cooked it in my rice cooker, not in the instant pot.  I bought an instant pot about a year ago but it's still in the box haha

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1 hour ago, TdeV said:

Alas, the Boston Globe is behind a paywall. . . But the spiced rice wasn't!

Don’t know how much help this might be. It lists the ingredients but not the method. 

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3 hours ago, Margaret Pilgrim said:

 

Are those capers or green peppercorns on your chowder?    Either is a revelation to me.    I want both!

 

I thought they were blueberries.

 

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7 minutes ago, TdeV said:

Hi @mgaretz, that salmon looks lovely! What time/temp for sous vide?

 

122F for 45 minutes - that't from fresh/thawed.  If the salmon is frozen about an hour.

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4 hours ago, Anna N said:

Don’t know how much help this might be. It lists the ingredients but not the method. 

Well...I managed to get the whole recipe to reveal itself with some manipulation...thanks

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9 hours ago, TdeV said:

Alas, the Boston Globe is behind a paywall. . . But the spiced rice wasn't!

 I tried to send it to you privately. It was good but not in my "must make again" file.

 

Tonight, two different proteins.  We are like Jack Sprat and his wife.  Chicken schnitzel with fries and salad

 

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Waygu flatiron steak with same salad and fries, and truffle butter

 

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20 minutes ago, liamsaunt said:

 I tried to send it to you privately. It was good but not in my "must make again" file.

 

Tonight, two different proteins.  We are like Jack Sprat and his wife.  Chicken schnitzel with fries and salad

 

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Waygu flatiron steak with same salad and fries, and truffle butter

 

 

I SOOOO understand.   

Me - salad, veg, some protein

Him - pasta, pasta,  tiny cut up protein, a waft of vegetables

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43 minutes ago, liamsaunt said:

 I tried to send it to you privately. It was good but not in my "must make again" file.

 

Tonight, two different proteins.  We are like Jack Sprat and his wife.  Chicken schnitzel with fries and salad

 

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Waygu flatiron steak with same salad and fries, and truffle butter

 

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Lovely stuff.

Flat iron is so underrated. It's still cheap, tastes like beef and does great w sous vide and sear.

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15 hours ago, Margaret Pilgrim said:

 

Are those capers or green peppercorns on your chowder?    Either is a revelation to me.    I want both!

 

They are fresh green peppercorns. Discovered them a couple of years back at an Asian supermarket in Winnipeg. The last year or so, we've been getting them locally, Brandon. At first, they were not the freshest when they reach our store, but lately, they have been lovely fresh and green. When I have too many and they start to turn colour, I put them out to dry, then throw them into a grinder.

 

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Trying out a new recipe tonight with beef short ribs.

The recipe said Beef Short Ribs with Chili Rub - a Weight Watchers recipe.  The dry rub consisted of finely ground espresso coffee, chipotle chili powder, cumin, Spanish smoked paprika.  I did them in the Ninja Foodie after marinating them over night.
Eaten with steamed green beans, carrots, and turnip fries. A nice change-up from the usual stew. 

 

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Corned Beef (I made on Sunday for Kidlets Lunchbox Sandwich Meat), Veg, Rustic Mash (AKA Mumma ain't got no time to peel these Pots) and a Mayo/Dijon/Wholegrain Sauce. 

I need to utilize every get ahead method I can during the week sometimes. 

 

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I usually only post my own stuff!!  But recent trip to Vegas Pizza Rock was pretty successful.  Thats not my pie ( wifes and daughter )  I had a cracker crust pizza.  Pizza's were pretty good.  I asked for Tony  :)  not there.

btw  not a fan of whipped rigotta

 

 

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Happy to eat my own food again.

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Split peas

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Paste made from sun-dried tomatoes

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In La Paz. Fried fish with garlic.
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Mixed aguachile (octopus, scallops, prawns)
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On 2/24/2020 at 9:24 PM, suzilightning said:

Where did you find sylvaner?  No picture of the bocksbeutel?

I used to adore that wine.

 

Supermarkets have it sometimes (I'm in Europe). I don't normally make photos of wine... here is a cheap silvaner.
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4 hours ago, Paul Bacino said:

I usually only post my own stuff!!  But recent trip to Vegas Pizza Rock was pretty successful.  Thats not my pie ( wifes and daughter )  I had a cracker crust pizza.  Pizza's were pretty good.  I asked for Tony  :)  not there.

btw  not a fan of whipped rigotta

 

 

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My wife and I had pizza and beer there. Really good pizza. We went after spending most of the day at the Mob Museum around the corner. Also very cool.

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

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It started with „there is still a cabbage in the fridge“ and ended with a Japanese-themed evening, followed by „Nausicäa“ on Netflix (they have most Ghibli movies now) ...

 

Cabbage turned into Okonomiyaki ...

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Fried mackarel made a reprise as Nanbanzuke ...

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Matjes with Ponzu (always a winner)

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Edamame (from the freezer)

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Miso soup (with selfmade miso blend)

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And for the cook: Yamazaki highball ☺️

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