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4 hours ago, gfweb said:

Cubeb!

First and only time I heard of that was from Prof Harold Hill.


And I thought thats a little overweight kid with wings and poor aim ...

 

(not Prof Hill !)

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First night in country.   Fast and pantry = jalapeno SPAM tacos.    Who'd have thought it?!     Canned pinto beans, revived aqed tortillas from friidge, guacamole salsa.    Fresh lettuce, cheese and fast tossed together tomato salsa.    Amazingly  palatable.  (A little wine helped.)   Will not be putting any SF tacquerias or Lodi taco trucks out of business.   

 

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On 3/9/2020 at 5:33 AM, JoNorvelleWalker said:

 

30km?  For pasta?

 

 

Edit:  No amazon 1 hour delivery?

 

 

 

Amazon in Australia is .. lacking. No food delivery of any sort here 😔. Probably a blessing.

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7 hours ago, Margaret Pilgrim said:

SPAM

Of all the nasty things one might say about SPAM it is filled with UMAMI as well as salt. Even a little can punch up  the flavour of most things. 

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On 3/9/2020 at 12:54 AM, rotuts said:

F.D.:

 

ive had Chef Boy-ar-Dee 

 

ravioli , in a can a few times

 

https://chefboyardee.com/products/ravioli/beef-ravioli-15-oz

 

Im still alive

 

Our house was centrally located in our small town.   All of my mother's grandchildren used it as a landing pad for parental pick-up.   A niece arrived one afternoon when my father was home alone.    After some small talk, he asked her if she was hungry.   "Yes,   He looked in the cupboard and asked her, "Do you like ravioli?"   "Yes"    So he opens a can of Chef Boyardee for this child, whose other grandmother was born in Genoa, and serves her a bowl.    She looks at the bowl and says, "These aren't ravioli."

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Spaghetti with cod and olives, and a loaf of polenta-sage bread

 

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Cleaning the fridge ... Cheesy broccoli gratin with bacon & spring onions.

 

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Mushrooms with more of that addictive Blenheim vinegar and blood orange EVOO

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Country style ribs, potatoes refried in butter

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Beets with tangerine/cumin dressing

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 Was in the mood for something warm and comforting even though it was in in low 80’s today 

 

corned beefs were on sale and while I usually pick them up and smoke’em  to make pastrami, I made corned beef and cabbage tonight.   
 

 

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23 hours ago, CantCookStillTry said:

Amazon in Australia is .. lacking. No food delivery of any sort here 😔. Probably a blessing.

 

But Coles and Woolies will take delivery orders - at least where I live. Seems to be pretty popular since I'm always having to dodge employees, picking orders.

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2 hours ago, liamsaunt said:

Thai fish cakes with rice and cucumber salad

 

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Can you point us to a recipe?

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Jägertoast - typically a toast bread, topped with pork loin and smothered in mushroom cream sauce. In tonights version with SV chicken breast filling in for the pork loin - tasty nonetheless ...

 
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A quick chicken Laksa.

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@scamhi  If your wagyu is as nice as the waygu corned beef I am expecting tomorrow, it should be delicious.  I have been brining a choice brisket point for about 3 weeks and plan to cook both for St. Patrick's day to see how they compare.  Your beef looks so good though.

 

I made some chicken stock with a large roasting chicken yesterday  and when my son saw it, he wanted chicken pot pie so that's what we had today.  

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@Norm Matthews 

 

your CPP looks as perfect as a CPP might get.

 

its not ' runny ' , a gold standard 

 

but this might be the New Gold Standard +

 

I even doubt if you called it something 

 

in French  , it would  improve in any way

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Started with a large platter of primo avocado, quintessential flavor,   No adorning needed.

 

Husband asked if I could make "hamburgers" "juicy".    Like how?   Like can you add something...like oatmeal?    Or panko?    Oh...you mean like fried meatloaf?     YES!

Okay,     Fried meatloaf, garlicky and buttery zucchini, frying peppers.   Fried meatloaf?    Feel like I'm in a limbo contest.

 

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