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Two quickie dinners...

 

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What a perspective...stir fried beef and vegetables (onion, mushroom, asparagus, carrots). A giant bowl of rice, evidently.

 

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Rice and beans. Risotto cakes and Marcella beans, that is.

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@Dejahyour paella looks excellent.  I love how much different seafood you used.

 

Hot wings with spinach and Mac and cheese

 

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For Mardi Gras I had to pivot because my muffuletta kit didn't ship due to the weather conditions...sooooooo, muffuletta pasta salad with oysters, fries and fried crawfish tails.

 

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2 hours ago, shain said:

Roasted potatoes with green beans, eggs, olives - in a vinaigrette with plenty of Dijon mustard and a little smoked paprika. It's a warm take on the classic French salad.

A casserole of mushrooms, zucchini, spinach, cheese. With mixed herbs, pepper, nutmeg and almonds.

Wine.

Wow! Both of these dishes look amazingly delicious. Once again, if you were feeding me, I’m sure I would become vegetarian without a problem. That is until you started throwing in the chickpeas and the eggplants.😂😂

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@Shelby – thanks for the directions.  I printed them out and will use them when I thaw the roast.  And I just have to say that you KILLED the coating on those wings.  I can practically hear the crunch.  Well done!!

 

@Captain – Joining the others in admiration for your wonderful looking fish pie! 

 

Pancake supper picked up drive-thru style from church:

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Along with applesauce and some Jimmy Dean sausages.  

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3 minutes ago, heidih said:

Ruffles? You have come down to live among us mortals


Not sure what Ruffles are, but these crisps are quite good (and my wife’s choice). Plus an excellent excuse for a third highball 🤗

 

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25 minutes ago, Duvel said:


Not sure what Ruffles are, but these crisps are quite good (and my wife’s choice). Plus an excellent excuse for a third highball 🤗

 

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The big companies - incest riddled. Same thing; different name. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruffles#:~:text=Ruffles is a brand of,and later merged with H.W.&text=In Indonesia%2C it is marketed under the Chitato brand.

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17 hours ago, Tropicalsenior said:

That looks absolutely wonderful! Would you be willing to share your riff, please?

 

 

Had chicken breast that i filet opened,  soaked in a buttermilk ( homemade--Lemon juice and milk ) with Franks red hotsauce for 3 hrs. In a bag

I cut the breast in half/ better size.

 

Drained a bit of marinade and add 1 egg to the marinade

I used this for the double dip method--which I leave coated and rested on sheet pan  for 30 mins before frying

 

fried in Peanut oil/  was over powering would use a different oil next time..I guess they use soy oil

 

This is the recipe:

https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/hattie-bs-hot-chicken-3363027  we added Louisiana Hot sauce to the dip

 

 

I just mixed all the dry and added a ladle or two of the fry oil..then heated that up for the dipping chxn ..I kind like to add the fried chkn  as the hot dip foamed up

 

Oh I also pre heat oven to 300,  I have a drain rack.  this helps set the ckn

 

 

Cheers let me know if u need anything else.

 

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So many dinners to catch up on. Can’t wait to see what y’all have been cooking!


Barbecued shrimp tonight. Bread for dipping not shown. 
 

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Vegetable beef soup for warming us up during this cold weather. 15870CA9-D051-4407-93D1-5F3FAF7AC21D.jpeg.4399a24a94917fee69e85c0e6fcff4d0.jpeg

 

 

Grilled shrimp poboys. 

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Oven chicken shawarma. 
 

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Oven “fried” catfish and zucchini fries. 
 

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Supper from the grill. 
 

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Blackened chicken strips (Costco) and baked sweet potato fries (not Costco).

 

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Baked chicken and zucchini. 
 

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Zucchini lasagna. 

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Shrimp fried rice. 
 

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Shrimp and scallops. 
 

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I don’t make dessert often but I was in a cooking challenge with corn as the featured ingredient. Sweet corn ice cream with caramel popcorn, and Brazilian corn cake. 
 

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10 hours ago, patti said:

So many dinners to catch up on. Can’t wait to see what y’all have been cooking!


Barbecued shrimp tonight. Bread for dipping not shown. 
 

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Vegetable beef soup for warming us up during this cold weather. 15870CA9-D051-4407-93D1-5F3FAF7AC21D.jpeg.4399a24a94917fee69e85c0e6fcff4d0.jpeg

 

 

Grilled shrimp poboys. 

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Oven chicken shawarma. 
 

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Oven “fried” catfish and zucchini fries. 
 

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Supper from the grill. 
 

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Blackened chicken strips (Costco) and baked sweet potato fries (not Costco).

 

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Baked chicken and zucchini. 
 

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Zucchini lasagna. 

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Shrimp fried rice. 
 

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Shrimp and scallops. 
 

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I don’t make dessert often but I was in a cooking challenge with corn as the featured ingredient. Sweet corn ice cream with caramel popcorn, and Brazilian corn cake. 
 

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Everything looks great, but if it's not too much work, could you post your recipe for barbeque shrimp in RecipeGullet?

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