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Dinner 2022


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5 minutes ago, gfweb said:

Italian sausage meatloaf and tomato sauce straight from the garden

 

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This looks so good.  The meatloaf is all Italian sausage?  I would like that.....rough recipe please?  Also the squash...roasted with cheese on top?

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3 minutes ago, Shelby said:

This looks so good.  The meatloaf is all Italian sausage?  I would like that.....rough recipe please?  Also the squash...roasted with cheese on top?

About  1:1 sausage to beef. Maybe a bit more beef. Egg, milk, breadcrumbs, worcestershire,garlic powder, onions.

 

This was sweet sausage. I think hot would be better.  And maybe I'd add paprika to redden up the loaf a little.

 

Squash was roasted with cheddar and parm.

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1 hour ago, btbyrd said:

His and hers anniversary dinner. Grilled salmon for her, ribeye for me. With summer veg and mashed potatoes.
 

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4 hours ago, btbyrd said:

His and hers anniversary dinner. Grilled salmon for her, ribeye for me. With summer veg and mashed potatoes.
 

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Beautiful meals, great presentation, and congratulations!

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14 hours ago, gfweb said:

Italian sausage meatloaf and tomato sauce straight from the garden

 

 

Can you send me a cutting of your tomato sauce plant!?

 

All mine do is produce tomatoes!

 

 

;)

 

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3 hours ago, weinoo said:

 

Yes, as in any relationship, I find it all to be about compromise!

 

Neither of us really compromised. She prefers her salmon well done, and I prefer my salmon to be ribeye. In the end, we both got exactly what we wanted!

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19 hours ago, btbyrd said:

His and hers anniversary dinner. Grilled salmon for her, ribeye for me. With summer veg and mashed potatoes.
 

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Lovely plating!     Happy new year!

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It was too muggy to turn the oven on yesterday, so we had a wedge of brie and a piece of a baguette from a local cheese shop.  I made a kale-blueberry salad too.

 

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Life and work gets in the way of me being engaged here lately, though I'm still stalking here and there.

 

Here's some of what I've been cooking.

 

Spaghetti with pine nuts, olives, capers and raisins, olive oil, breadcrumbs.

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Thai herbal soup (makrut lime, galangla, ginger, lemongrass, dill) with spiced matzo ball.

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Rigatoni in cherry tomato and cream sauce with onion, pecorino and chives.

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Cold beetroot soup with coconut cream and thai curry paste, cucumbers, edamame, rice noodles, egg, Thai basil, scallions, ginger.

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Apples and rice noodle salad with peanuts, toasted dried shrimp, peanuts, fish sauce, lime ,sugar, chili.

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Baby eggplants and onion stuffed with rice, flavored with baharat. Bamia bi zaitoon - okra in tomatoes, garlic and olive oil. Labneh.

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Mushroom dan dan noodles.

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Baked pasta with cheese and kimchi.

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I haven't noticed until now, but seems we are in a pasta/noodle mood lately.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Tropicalsenior said:

That rice looks absolutely gorgeous! The offer still stands on the tamarind paste.

Thanks - I use my 16 year old Krups rice cooker/slow cooker.  The key is to wash it well, use the proper amount of water - for Jasmine that means using enough to hydrate teh rice but not boil it.  Jasmine rice has to steam once hydrated.  One thing I learned about my machine is that when it says the cycle is done and it switches to keep warm mode, you really need to keep it in there unopened for an extra half hour or so, then it comes out like this.

 

I'm going to pick up more tamarind this weekend.  I can get some a couple blocks away from me but it wouldn't be "seedless", but I can go down to the Thai store and pick up what I want, which I'll do this weekend as I'm out of my giant economy sized bag of rice and I need more rice bran oil, which they have at a really good price.  I think the postage from Costa Rice would be a LOT more than the value of the product inside!

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Steamed lobsters and local corn. New shells so they were tender and salt water briney. 1 and 1/4 pound at 9.99lb. The 4th will be  lobster rolls tonight. 

 

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