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maybe its a carb issue

 

I do not know anything about this

 

but have an opinon

 

as usual

 

I just pretend it was mashed potatoes 

 

and it works for me

 

cauli isn't bad

 

there are just some things a bit better.

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3 hours ago, gfweb said:

Freud said that there are no mistakes

 

Fifty years ago I'd read all the published works of Freud.  Somehow I missed the part on cauliflower.  Must have been in Beyond the Pleasure Principle.

 

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Ok, here it is with steamed broccolini in butter (my wife's current favorite veggie).  Better? Tomorrow expect to see it made into hash with sweet potato and onion.

 

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2 hours ago, JoNorvelleWalker said:

Hsiao-Ching Chou wok-fried egg.  Not much of a fancy repast but I am paralyzed with virus fear.  Got the job done.

 

I almost had to buy the book but managed to squash my curiosity.

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@gfweb 

 

interesting , unless Freud was mistaken

 

Id always pic a potato over a cauli   Cauli isn't that bad , really

 

the potato starts off   well ahead of the cauli 

 

flavor wise.    good luck for the cauli to get itself spruced up

 

so that it can Lap the Potato.

 

but you might have fun trying.

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6 hours ago, mgaretz said:

Ok, here it is with steamed broccolini in butter (my wife's current favorite veggie).  Better? Tomorrow expect to see it made into hash with sweet potato and onion.

 

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Thank you.  Broccolini is perhaps my favorite vegetable.  But where are the potatoes?

 

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14 hours ago, mgaretz said:

 

Keep the wife happy?  Seriously, the way I make it - cauliflower, butter and seasoning - it tastes quite good and I enjoy it too.

 

 Although I don't consider cauliflower a substitute for mashed potatoes, I would happily eat your mashed cauliflower. What is not to like with cauliflower, butter, salt and pepper.  Love cauliflower, mashed, steamed, curried, etc.....

 

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I actually made dinner for dinner last night.  Made a quick Italian sausage sausage and fried as patties to serve with penne with a tomato and olive sauce.  

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22 hours ago, heidih said:

 

I can almost smell it. A local chef (Bernard Ibarra) did paella for a bit at farmers market. You could see people's noses sort of lift like a cartoon and seek out the location.The description in the Time Life Foods of the World Spain is what always comes to mind. Thanks for the mental feast. 

 

The eG'ers who went to Tower Grove Farmers' Market last year with @gfron1 may recall the vendor with the giant paella he was dishing up. I was pretty fascinated; pan must have been four feet across and six inches deep. 

 

Haven't made paella in a long time. I need to do so.

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16 hours ago, mgaretz said:

Seriously, the way I make it - cauliflower, butter and seasoning - it tastes quite good and I enjoy it too

 

Looks enticing, Mark. Could you fess up your Rx? Personally I most like the almost-charred bits of fried (or high heat baked) cauliflower.

 

Can smoking be done in a regular oven?

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