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54 minutes ago, rotuts said:

P.P.S.:

 

it's   @Csb   's  paella.

I was hoping this was so. 

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I had the intention of making tacos with these ingredients, but in the end, just went with this. Buttery crab meat, and corn salsa with corn, red onion, jalapeño, cilantro, tomato, lime juice and salt. 

 

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More bread pudding.

 

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2 hours ago, rotuts said:

P.P.S.:

 

it's   @Csb   's  paella.

We knew it wasn't your cooking--there are bell peppers in there!  ;)

 

@pattiI think that's the best bread pudding I've ever seen.

 

Ronnie's greenhouse cherry tomatoes are really doing well--thank goodness because it's been still to wet to plant our garden tomatoes!  We've never been this late and it's supposed to rain all this week too.  I think they will be ok, though, just a little later than normal.  So, all the cherry tomatoes you see are all Ronnie's --so sweet and good.

 

Pasta salad --our asparagus is really loving all the rain--with turkey sandwiches

 

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Chicken strips

 

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Scallops with pasta and green beans with tomatoes

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Chicken quesadillas

 

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Peony's are great this year too--this was yesterdays pick.  First radishes from the garden too.

 

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Asparagus, ham, havarti cheese, dijon mustard rolled up in crescent roll dough and rice pilaf. Hollandaise on top.

 

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@Shelby 

 

GBP's ?

 

outrageous !     sacrilegious  !

 

Idiotic  !   $#%O$)Y% !

 

Ill let @Csb  respond

 

Im hopeful  there are no GSB's 

 

\involved  .  Im not sure of course

 

so Ive move up my Monday Movie and  Pizza 

 

Up  to right now

 

( @Duvel have you seen " Up "

 

     the movie ?   

 

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Up_(2009_film) )

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3 minutes ago, rotuts said:

@Shelby 

 

GBP's ?

 

outrageous !     sacrilegious  !

 

Idiotic  !   $#%O$)Y% !

 

Ill let @Csb  respond

 

Im hopeful  there are no GSB's 

 

\involved  .  Im not sure of course

 

so Ive move up my Monday Movie and  Pizza 

 

Up  to right now

 

( @Duvel have you seen " Up "

 

     the movie ?   

 

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Up_(2009_film) )

Well, I think they were red bell peppers....but still, they are in the same family and I know you 🤣

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@Shelby 

 

those look like RedBell to me.

 

I have no problem(o) 

 

w mature Bells.

 

green are not , and a Disease For Profit.  Period .

 

Im not too sure , but the green disease matures

 

to various colors.

 

all mature  Bells might have their place .

 

Q.E.D.

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On 5/15/2021 at 8:48 PM, patti said:

Under ordinary circumstances, we’d have gone out for an anniversary dinner. 45 years, Happy Anniversary to us! 
 

Surf and Turf. Dark chocolate bread pudding for dessert. 
 

I picked the crabs ahead of time, as a kindness to my husband.

 

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A very happy anniversary to y'all. Does your husband know how very lucky he is?

 

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1 hour ago, Paul Bacino said:

Live Whaler softees

 

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Cleaned

 

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breaded up

 

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The Sammy 

 

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Ok, that’s it !
 

You know ... I have a tremendous amount of respect for people that like good food. Reaaaally a lot.

 

But this is over the top. You post this type of food porn again, I will complain to the moderators and put you on my retaliation list, should I even get my hand on some decent, fresh seafood 😋

 

(you have been warned)

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Simple green fava beans in tomato sauce with spices - chili, garlic, cumin, paprika, coriander. Served with bulgur (lightly flavored with turmeric and nutmeg), lemony tahini sauce, onion.

 

 

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3 hours ago, Shelby said:

 

 

@pattiI think that's the best bread pudding I've ever seen.


 

Peony's are great this year too--this was yesterdays pick.  First radishes from the garden too.

 

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Thanks! Bread pudding is not my favorite dessert, but it is a fave of my husband’s. Once I saw the recipe with dark chocolate, it felt like the perfect compromise.  It delivered. 
 

In addition to that very fine collection of meals, you also have gorgeous peonies? I wish they grew here. So beautiful. 
 

 

@kayb- He’s a pretty nice guy who deserves it! And thank you. 

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48 minutes ago, weinoo said:

It's a good year for soft shells so far.

These were really meaty and lively.  

 

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@kayb 

 

what' this about Lucky ?

 

Hubby :  AKA Ronnie [ sp ?]

 

when out in Kansas , Kansas 

 

and he shot sone scallops , scallops 

 

in Kansas !  Kansas  !

 

that's not just dedication 

 

but , in  KA

 

that's a really good shot 

 

and in Kansas

 

well we know  what matters.

 

after all , its not Texas  , nor Oklahoma

 

just yet.

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in KA

 

they use # 57

 

after the Heintz

 

just scares the scallops 

 

right out of their shells

 

Ronnie know all about this

 

i think

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5 hours ago, patti said:

 

Thanks! Bread pudding is not my favorite dessert, but it is a fave of my husband’s. Once I saw the recipe with dark chocolate, it felt like the perfect compromise.

Your bread pudding looks amazing.   I love bread pudding. Might actually be my favourite.  I usually serve with a caramel sauce or a chocolate bread pudding with Creme Anglaise.

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Garlicky shrimp, asparagus.  Garlic was microplaned into the skillet after shrimp was half way cooked.

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8 hours ago, Paul Bacino said:

Live Whaler softees

 

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Cleaned

 

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breaded up

 

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The Sammy 

 

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Kill me now.

 

I am dying for softshells. This may drive me to Antoine's.

 

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12 hours ago, Paul Bacino said:

Live Whaler softees

 

Wait a sec, those are soft shell crabs you're frying up? Oh, that sounds amazing. And is that tarter sauce on that bun? 

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I think they're called scalloped potatoes. I sliced them and fried half in clarified butter with a bit of rosemary and garlic to get a crispy outer crust.

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6 hours ago, cteavin said:

Wait a sec, those are soft shell crabs you're frying up? Oh, that sounds amazing. And is that tarter sauce on that bun? 

@cteavin--It's  Dukes/capers/pickles/sriracha--btw Thanks

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