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Kim Shook

Kim Shook

@Margaret Pilgrim – as much as I love English muffins, I know I’d adore that potatoes version of a Benedict!

 

@Shelby – thanks re: the cucumber dressing.  I’ve made note and will try it soon.  They just look so refreshing when you show them.  Those fries look like a life goal to me, and I’d give an awful lot to have access to Silver Queen corn.  We had almost nothing but that growing up because we went to Chincoteague Island VA every weekend and bought all of our corn at MD stands as we passed through the state. 

 

Dinner the other night at a new Mexican place around the corner.   Mr. Kim had is usual Mexican restaurant litmus test – Enchiladas Supreme – beef, chicken, bean, cheese:

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He was happy with them.  I got a chicken tamal and a beef burrito:

IMG_6613.jpg.bce453029b283d56081bc5b2cb347fca.jpg

 

Everything was fine – the sauce was very good.  I’m no tamale expert, but the masa layer seemed a little too thick:

 

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Last night was soup made from the braised (IP) beef and noodles I made the other day, purchased slaw, and a rustic baguette from Lidl:

IMG_6621.thumb.jpg.38fe0ac6da19b3d46fa9eefc65130be5.jpg

 

Kim Shook

Kim Shook

@Margaret Pilgrim – as much as I love English muffins, I know I’d adore that potatoes version of a Benedict!

 

@Shelby – thanks re: the cucumber dressing.  I’ve made note and will try it soon.  They just look so refreshing when you show them.  Those fries look like a life goal to me, and I’d give an awful lot to have access to Silver Queen corn.  We had almost nothing but that growing up because we went to Chincoteague Island VA every weekend and bought all of our corn at MD stands as we passed through the state. 

 

Dinner the other night at a new Mexican place around the corner.   Mr. Kim had is usual Mexican restaurant litmus test – Enchiladas Supreme – beef, chicken, bean, cheese:

IMG_6614.jpg.b9ccbc8163037a0131ad5372466f584c.jpg

He was happy with them.  I got a chicken tamal and a beef burrito:

IMG_6613.jpg.94c836bb04ac82d7c0ad20d4f5c52f1d.jpg

Everything was fine – the sauce was very good.  I’m no tamale expert, but the masa layer seemed a little too thick:

IMG_6615.jpg.d679fb73c2d0d85057292894098e051a.jpg

 

Last night was soup made from the braised (IP) beef and noodles I made the other day, purchased slaw, and a rustic baguette from Lidl:

IMG_6621.thumb.jpg.6412ff30241b3a04de51d7268a00c045.jpg

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