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Dinner 2022


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5 hours ago, Duvel said:

I decided to take a walk and pick up my dinner, themed after our current Pâtés & Terrines Cook-Off

 

Ooooh, you stay in the fancy neighborhood, @Duvel😉

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6 hours ago, Duvel said:

Easter holidays aka a long weekend in Paris. Today a long needed break from everything: while the little one and my wife headed out for Disneyland, I decided to take a walk and pick up my dinner, themed after our current Pâtés & Terrines Cook-Off

 

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* Yes, you’ve noticed the McDonalds paper cup. It’s a story for another day, but let me assure you that a) it was pristine and b) I wasn’t in the mood to go down and pick up a proper glass. Choices …

 

What's wrong with drinking from the bottle?

 

P.S.  I keep my Garmin set to Fahrenheit.

 

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Spinach-lentil salad with pine nuts, dried tomatoes and an olive oil, aceto balsamico, maple syrup, dijon mustard dressing. Served with some seared baked teriyaki tofu and oven roasted rosemary-bread chips (from our spelt-whole wheat bread)

 

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3 hours ago, JoNorvelleWalker said:

 

What's wrong with drinking from the bottle?

 

P.S.  I keep my Garmin set to Fahrenheit.

 


Absolutely nothing - for regular beer. But the carbonation of Duvel beer is so strong that drinking straight from the bottle is not so pleasant …

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5 hours ago, weinoo said:

 

Ooooh, you stay in the fancy neighborhood, @Duvel😉


Nope, just in the 13th, pretty close to the business end of Rue Mouffetard. I really had to walk the whole city to collect everything 😉

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5 hours ago, Duvel said:

Nope, just in the 13th, pretty close to the business end of Rue Mouffetard. I really had to walk the whole city to collect everything 😉

 

Our first time on Rue Mouffetard was really great (and decades ago). Still good, but certainly changed.

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Nice and crispy skinned sautéed chicken thighs, pan gravy served on the side.  Oven "fries" which only reinforce my belief that oven fries are never as good as real French fries.  Broccoli raab.

 

I let (and like) the chicken cook in its own juices.  Only thing added to the pan for cooking was butter and olive oil. After browning the chicken well, pan gets partially covered, the chicken turned a few times until it is done.

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similar to the previous :

 

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Mise

 

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this is the soup=plate I love.  I have two .  note the small chip , bottom

 

I have two not painted , and 4 large dinner plates , painted , and two plain white

 

came from Crate and Barrel some time ago , 20 years ?

 

12 " plates , both soup and regular

 

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tortellini ( Aldi , chicken and prosciutto , my favorite  Aldi's is the same as Contadina , but lessexpoensivee )

 

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final ' dish sans dish '  I elected to not use the soup plate , as then Id have to wash it !

 

just as tasty this way .  this is the ' low volume ' version of the ' filled pasta in the Saucier  '

 

very tasty and very easy .  Spinach or Chard elevate this dish .

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1 hour ago, rotuts said:

similar to the previous :

 

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Mise

 

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The meal looked great.
LOVE the soup dish, chip and all!
 

 

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Got my second booster Wed. night so I felt like crap all day yesterday (feeling fine today).  But it was definitely a soup day so wor wonton soup for dinner with wontons, char siu, shrimp, carrots, cabbage, celery, onion and peas.

 

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On 4/14/2022 at 8:47 PM, Duvel said:

Easter holidays aka a long weekend in Paris😉
 

Wow. I am so envious!

 

My wife took me to Paris a few years ago. I was apprehensive as Marine La Pen had just done well at the elections, confirming my fears about French racism. I didn't need to spend a holiday experiencing racial snideness, because I have enough at home (any is too much.) Actually everyone in Paris was so lovely. So much more so than in London!


I was also dubious about the food. Surely  over-appreciated. To my amazement the food was, meal by meal, the best I've ever had! Two poor meals over a three day weekend. The service was amazing too!

 

I'm so looking forward to going again. I can't say the current surge of Le Pen popularity doesn't worry me. But for the doubters, let me confirm the eating is fabulous in Paris!

 

 

 

 

 

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6 minutes ago, Kerala said:

Dinner at a friend's. IMG_20220415_193817.thumb.jpg.9afa80f25fd3f99e04def596a0ea2b21.jpg

Sea bass

Strawberries dipped in chocolate.

With the fish direct on oven grills? Pain to clean or am I not seeing it properly. 

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Monday's dough was the dough that just kept on giving.
Since Wednesday I have made five pizzas and Matthew made two calzones.
 
All five pizzas were baked in the Ooni Koda 16.
Matt's calzones were baked in the conventional oven.
 
I started with two pizzas on Wednesday.
Two more yesterday morning to take to work and one tonight using the last ball of dough.
I didn't really want pizza tonight,
but I wanted to use up the last ball to see whether it was still good after five days.
And it was.
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The Calzones were also baked today
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and stuffed with roasted broccoli, three cheeses as well as garlic and herbs.
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Tonight's pizza was pepperoni and olives.
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I was kind of on the fence as to whether I would keep the Ooni, but after this week
I've decided it is a keeper. 
 
Although I must admit, I don't care if I have another pizza for a few weeks. 
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My herb farm (especially the mint) is starting to get out of control again... so bun lemongrass shrimp.  5 herbs in the bun (3 from the garden) and my lemongrass in the marinade...

 

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5 hours ago, KennethT said:

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I love the way the rice noodles peek out shyly between all those fresh and magnificent herbs* 🤗
 

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* not to mention those shrimps !!!

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Seared tuna over sweet potato puree (we have so many right now!) with red and green coconut curry sauces and a pear salsa with cilantro and lime. 

 

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