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Dinner 2022


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9 hours ago, liamsaunt said:

Mozzarella stuffed chicken milanese with salad and homemade focaccia. I used the edges of the focaccia loaf to make the crumbs for the chicken and it came out especially crispy.

 

 

 

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Your meals are alway not only beautifully photographed but so appetizing!

 

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7 hours ago, Margaret Pilgrim said:

Chili relleno: Roasted and peeled pasilla pepper stuffed with Oaxacan cheese, egg white batter, shallow fried; red enchilada sauce and Salvadorian cream.

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My go to order at Mexican restaurants. If it passes the test of not tasting greasy and there is still some bite left in the pepper, I will return.

 

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1 minute ago, MaryIsobel said:

My go to order at Mexican restaurants. If it passes the test of not tasting greasy and there is still some bite left in the pepper, I will return.

 

Agreed.   At home, it really depends on choosing peppers with thick meat.  

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12 minutes ago, Margaret Pilgrim said:

Agreed.   At home, it really depends on choosing peppers with thick meat.  

Totally. It wasn't too hard to find good chile rellenos in mom and pop places in New Mexico, but here in northern CA not so much. Love them when they are good. So simple.

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 In honor of the snow of the century.

Breakfast for dinner.

Sausage are Habbersett's a good local-ish brand, more known for scrapple.

 

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A rustic wholemeal pasta thing for us with skinless beef sausage. 

I can't really use the sausages made from the last beast as 'Sausages' because whatever skins they used (I am assuming they are from said beast), are so thick and rubbery you really get a reminder of what they were used for back in the day 😅🤢

 

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Ps. Happy New Year etc. etc. 

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4 hours ago, CantCookStillTry said:

A rustic wholemeal pasta thing for us with skinless beef sausage. 

I can't really use the sausages made from the last beast as 'Sausages' because whatever skins they used (I am assuming they are from said beast), are so thick and rubbery you really get a reminder of what they were used for back in the day 😅🤢

 

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Ps. Happy New Year etc. etc. 

Been wondering where you were :) Happy New Year to you!

 

@chefmdThat chicken liver is something I would dive head first in to.

 

@Norm MatthewsSo glad you enjoyed the green bean salad

 

Nothing super fancy around here

 

Roasted chicken, potatoes and cheesy broccoli

 

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Venison spaghetti red

 

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And last night I took a lasagna that I had frozen out of the freezer so that made dinner reallllly easy.  Bread and salad to go with

 

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@Shelby I used this recipe because I did not want eggs or bacon in my chicken liver pate.  I used cognac and Cynar instead of brandy and Marsala.  There was no need to strain it after Vitamix blending.  

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7 minutes ago, liamsaunt said:

Indian food last night.  We could not decide which paneer dish we wanted so I made two: saag paneer and mutter paneer.  With basmati rice and naan.

 

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As usual - looks excellent.  Can you share the spices you used in your mutter paneer?  Tomatoes?  Is there cream as well or cashew paste?

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Grilled ribeye and spring onions.  Served with blistered shishito peppers and  a mix of red and purple potatoes.  

 

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The steak came from a standing rib roast I purchased prior to Christmas and sectioned into steaks and back ribs.  I was pleasantly surprised at the marbling in the steaks.  

 

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On 1/27/2022 at 7:36 AM, liamsaunt said:

Barley flavored with pomegranate molasses, cinnamon, cumin, chopped pistachios and golden raisins, topped with sautéed red onions, orange pepper and kale, and broiled eggplant marinated in mint and garlic.  Plus some feta cheese, cilantro and pomegranate seeds.  

 

THIS looks and sounds amazing!

 

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More quick trips to the city for hubby's medical apptns.
Was hoping to try some different meals via DoorDash to the hotel, but noooo...Chinese please - comfort food.

The first night was pretty good. It satisfied my craving for lots of vegetables. Singapore Noodles could have been  spicier, but asked for regular in deference to hubby's medical procedure next morning. He really enjoyed the huge bean paste stuffed sesame seed balls!

 

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Picked up BBQ duck again , so rice bowl with duck and pea shoots was easy supper

 

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My s-i-l brought over waterchestnut  "cake" (goh). It's like a firm jelly made with waterchester starch and diced waterchestnut. Supposed to fry slices lightly before eating, but we preferred it just cold and as is.

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3 hours ago, shain said:

 

I'm envious :)

I love it.  It is so convenient to be able to just pick a couple leaves when needed - plus, the only store near me that would always have them has them prepackaged with a lot more than I'd use (and they're expensive) so I used to wind up freezing the rest - they keep ok in the freezer, but it's definitely not the same as being just plucked!  Plus, in certain dishes if I don't want to have to worry about picking out the leaves or eating around them or slicing super fine, I'll use some of the immature leaves which are still really tender.  The same is true of my curry leaf tree.

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On 1/29/2022 at 9:16 AM, TicTac said:

As usual - looks excellent.  Can you share the spices you used in your mutter paneer?  Tomatoes?  Is there cream as well or cashew paste?

 

I used cinnamon, fenugreek leaves, a little bit of cloves, spicy Indian chile powder.  I found a link to the recipe I like:

 

https://www.theguardian.com/food/2021/mar/29/20-best-cheese-recipes-meera-sodha-paneer-butter-masala

 

 

On 1/29/2022 at 9:18 AM, KennethT said:

Pad cha cod with grachai and green peppercorns. Kaffir lime leaves from the garden...

 

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That looks really delicious!  Can you share a recipe?

 

Last night we went with the old standard miso salmon udon noodle bowls.  It also had spiralized carrots (I got an attachment for my kitchenaid stand mixer that spiralizes hard vegetables with ease, unlike my old plastic one), bok choy, a ton of fava shoots from my CSA box, plus some black king oyster mushrooms from our mushroom share.  It was very nice on a cold, windy and snowy night.  

 

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Black bean Chicken Noodle Soup. Friday night storm prep. We had shrimp and salmon thawing but it was getting dark. Roasting coffee beans, the pups got the zoomies and took the cord out---roaster crashed to the deck during cool down--- beans and glass went flying. 

Bummer. Too late and dark to bring out the back-up poppers. (back-up roasted half pound in the freezer). 😜

Freezer shopping found a pint of chicken in master stock and a pint of spicy Oaxaca black beans. He wanted pasta, I wanted rice. Compromised with a new-to-me rice noodle. (misfits)

Nice 5 minute noodle. 

...even after holiday gifting I have so many RG beans to go through. No complaints. I like the choices. 

 

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37 minutes ago, Annie_H said:

Black bean Chicken Noodle Soup. Friday night storm prep. We had shrimp and salmon thawing but it was getting dark. Roasting coffee beans, the pups got the zoomies and took the cord out---roaster crashed to the deck during cool down--- beans and glass went flying. 

Bummer. Too late and dark to bring out the back-up poppers. (back-up roasted half pound in the freezer). 😜

Freezer shopping found a pint of chicken in master stock and a pint of spicy Oaxaca black beans. He wanted pasta, I wanted rice. Compromised with a new-to-me rice noodle. (misfits)

Nice 5 minute noodle. 

...even after holiday gifting I have so many RG beans to go through. No complaints. I like the choices. 

 

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Ouch on your roasting mess. Those rice noodles look so dark. Did the ingredient list indicate a dark component?

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