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5 hours ago, shain said:

Matzo, beetroot and cheese muffins-things. Cheeses are feta and some smoked Gouda. Nutmeg, pepper.

Peas with butter, dill, scallions, garlic.

Chrain, sour cream.

 

 

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ha I'd misplaced that word - Chrain. Asked stepmom what word she used 4 horseradish and she'was stumped - then ancient dad shouted "Krehn"

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27 minutes ago, heidih said:

ha I'd misplaced that word - Chrain. Asked stepmom what word she used 4 horseradish and she'was stumped - then ancient dad shouted "Krehn"

 

We use 'chazeret' in Hebrew for both plant and spread. But afaik horseradish in English only refers to the plant.

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8 minutes ago, shain said:

But afaik horseradish in English only refers to the plant.

 

No. It refers to both the plant and the condiment derived from its roots.

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1 hour ago, liuzhou said:

 

No. It refers to both the plant and the condiment derived from its roots.

Indeed but chrain is a prepared condiment that meets Jewish dietary requirements. So the horseradish in my refrigerator could not honestly be referred to as chrain. Just saying because I found the research interesting. 

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7 minutes ago, Anna N said:

Indeed but chrain is a prepared condiment that meets Jewish dietary requirements. So the horseradish in my refrigerator could not honestly be referred to as chrain. Just saying because I found the research interesting. 

 

I knew nothing about chrain until a couple of hours ago.  I was just answering the linguistic question about what horseradish refers to in English.

 

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23 minutes ago, liuzhou said:

 

I knew nothing about chrain until a couple of hours ago.  I was just answering the linguistic question about what horseradish refers to in English.

 

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My use o word has nothing to do with dietary constraints. It is what my Viennese Jewish stepmom, Catholic Croatian dad, and Donau Swabians I grew up with use. Regardless - love  horseradish, This discussion got the old ones reminiscing about their moms crying as they grated the root. Love cultural connections - you guys are cool

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SV pork belly

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Duck pancakes in top left corner. To eat I sliced the slices thinly and ate them like tacos. This half kilo piece lasted 3 different meals.

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The beer

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Some people like to eat till they drop, I like to go walking till I drop. Past Easter in Austrian Alps.

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It's still safe to be alone in the Austrian woods.

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Forgot this: croissant dough filled with chopped mixed nuts and poppy seeds. Unfortunately, the fine spring weather didn't last but I made the most of it. This is the first food photo made in the garden this year.

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After a Covid test run yesterday afternoon for the whole family (better safe than sorry) we headed north today for a relaxed Easter Sunday night and my mom’s 70th birthday tomorrow.

 

Tonight a lazy evening - I got some nice cheeses and good wine and we called it dinner ...

 

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Made some walnut rye bread (with a shot of Maille nut vinegar in the dough) ...


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Wines: I am partial to a good Amarone, my wife wanted ÃN/2 and my father, who doesn’t care for red got a decent Sauternes ...

 

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Some meat for balance ...

 

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Plus 11 cheeses altogether 🥰


From the top left:
Fresh goat cream, Tete de Moine, Iberico, Bergbauernkäse, Morbier, Epoisses, St. Maure, Langres, Corse sheep cheese with herbs, Le Rustique and very ripe Gogonzola.

 

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A little “Easter” digestive ...

 

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Happy faces !


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Last night and tonight, and tomorrow night will all be the same thing!

 

Duck Kefta Tagine from The New Mediterranean Table

 

I've posted it before, it's one of my favorite dishes I've cooked at home so I figure I'll make it 3x a year or so.

 

Paired with a 2014 HdV Syrah.

 

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Meat balls are not perfectly round, I sous vided these in a zip top bag so they were not as compressed, but still don't stay round :)

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Last night, crawfish bread. 50155ED2-A3EA-458B-ABFA-679DB12511D9.jpeg.82b9fe81f5bb8c91c15fad8df3604bc7.jpeg

 

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Tonight, Crawfish Monica and green beans with pecans. 
 

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3 minutes ago, Shelby said:

JEALOUS!!!

I hope you get some crawfish this season! Also, you’re going to have to put up with more crawfish dishes. 😂

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4 hours ago, Duvel said:

After a Covid test run yesterday afternoon for the whole family (better safe than sorry) we headed north today for a relaxed Easter Sunday night and my mom’s 70th birthday tomorrow.

 

Tonight a lazy evening - I got some nice cheeses and good wine and we called it dinner ...

 

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Made some walnut rye bread (with a shot of Maille nut vinegar in the dough) ...


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Wines: I am partial to a good Amarone, my wife wanted ÃN/2 and my father, who doesn’t care for red got a decent Sauternes ...

 

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Some meat for balance ...

 

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Plus 11 cheeses altogether 🥰


From the top left:
Fresh goat cream, Tete de Moine, Iberico, Bergbauernkäse, Morbier, Epoisses, St. Maure, Langres, Corse sheep cheese with herbs, Le Rustique and very ripe Gogonzola.

 

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A little “Easter” digestive ...

 

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Happy faces !


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Ah! The cute, cute kid looks like his grandma!

 

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I asked Charlie what he wanted for Easter. I gave him a choice of ham, lamb, turkey, roast beef or Cornish hens. He chose Cornish hens. While I was at the store, I also picked up a small lamb roast which I braised with wine and rosemary. I liked the hens better. We also had deviled eggs, rice, creamed corn and strawberries with whipped cream and angel food cake.

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Easter dinner:

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Ham, of course.

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Mac and cheese, asparagus, green peas.

 

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Deviled eggs/relish tray, "Green Stuff," Potato Salad.

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Butter Cake (left), and corn casserole.

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Somebody's plate (I disremember whose, but it wasn't mine.)

 

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Progresso clam chowder, apotheosis of canned soup.  Well, except that it’s too salty.  Dinner was supposed to have been roast duck with tarbais beans, but it is past 3:00am and tomorrow is the same day.

 

 

 

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After looking at Easter dinners, I'm craving both @kayb's ham and @Norm Matthews's Cornish Game Hen. 

 

I worked all weekend so I never made a traditional Easter dinner. Might do one on my days off this week.
 
Last night I grilled a NY steak.
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Served with  sauted mushrooms and steamed broccoli.

 

  

 

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@weinooBetween you and @liamsaunt you're both killing me with the seafood.

 

@kaybGreat Easter spread!  You too @Norm Matthews!

 

Another tea leaf salad that @pattihas gotten me addicted to.  I have enough for one more small one and have ordered another kit.

 

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Sausage pizza to go with

 

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Used up the last of the smoked turkey

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Had a tiny pork roast in the freezer so I threw that in the IP along with some peppers, tomatoes and spices in order to make enchiladas.  

 

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I had some avocados that needed using.  Pickled radish and RG beans on the side.

 

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For Easter I did a Broadbent's Ham

 

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Deviled eggs --the holder was made by my Grammy.  I just love it.

 

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Scalloped potatoes and baked beans 

 

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A wonderful cake that I ordered --I just don't like making desserts.....and I had a coupon.....It's a delicious lemon cake.  Very light frosting with lemon zest in it.

 

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Pasqua Dinner

 

Meat stuffed shells--  Ground Beef/garlic /reduced in Pin ridge CB/ Romano cheese/ spinach

 

 

 

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RiGotta cheese/  asaido/Parm/ Mozerella / nutmeg/white pepper/ sugat

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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For the Finish!!

 

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