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  1. mikey--m

    What did you have for dinner?

    It's a carb thing, just got some schmancy wraps and tortillas that I need to try out... Otherwise there seems to be heaps of recipes out there for such products. But just to keep on topic, daaaaang @kaneohegirlinaz that all looks so good!!
  2. mikey--m

    What did you have for dinner?

    Really been feeling like enchiladas but due to my lovely other halfs dietary requirements most flour products are out for a while... Welcome eggplant and lamb rolls with spicy smokey bbq sauce! Had some leftover lamb shanks in the fridge, fried the meat up with onions, garlic, button mushrooms...
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    What did you have for dinner?

    Found a cheap leg of lamb the other day so meat and veg it is! Rub-a-dub with some ras-el-hanout, 6ish hours in the oven, pulled and shredded. Reduced the juices and goop, sprinkle of shiitake dashi powder and brown sugar, used that as a glaze for reheating the lamb. Splash of lemon juice to...
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  10. mikey--m

    Mustard

    Do you have a go-to mustard for making this? I could imagine both tangier and spicier ones would work well...
  11. mikey--m

    Mustard

    Going hunting for some Amora and sweet Swedish mustard tomorrow, oh yeah! Edit: This local "generic Asian" restaurant used to serve a brilliant mustard beef dish, sadly they closed down a while ago, always wanted to go and find out how it's made... Like a bang bang shrimp sauce almost but all...
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    Mustard

    Hailing from Eastern Europe I could put hot mustard on pretty much any meat... I guess it's better known as hot English mustard... On sausages (especially kranskys!), steaks, burgers, you name it. Also a little dollop in gravy (brown sauce) as you're adding liquid gives it a nice earthy kick...
  13. mikey--m

    There's something about cucumbers

    Gotta love a good cucumber sammich! I personally don't either peel or deseed the cucumber as I love the taste and feel as is. If you want to, salt the cucumber slices for 10-20 minutes to get a firmer feel to them. I guess it depends on where you are as well, the ones we get here are quite firm...
  14. mikey--m

    What did you have for dinner?

    Oh the fuzzy phone photos... Salad of radicchio and spinach, figs, leg ham, walnuts, balsamic and evoo dressing, herbs. Side of rosemary crackers and creamy blue cheese. Was supposed to be lunch but ended up being dinner. Also, @jake t buds, fresh sardines or canned? Totally making that for...
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  16. mikey--m

    What did you have for dinner?

    Crispy potato dumplings with triple smoked speck, broccoli, butter sauce and parmesan. Don't have it in me to call it gnocchi, but you know...
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    Herring

    My grandmother used to just straight up fry the roe of pretty much any fish we got, slice of dark rye bread and done. Roe can get a bit iffy every now and again, so it's always a good idea to soak it. You could crumb and fry it, serve with a caper and butter sauce, or make Kazunoko. I'm sure...
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    What did you have for dinner?

    Daaaamn @kaneohegirlinaz, that spread is making me have maximum seafood jealousy... Christmas day at our house, decided to have a quiet one with the lady, I still cook food for about 10 people. Started off with grilled scallops with carribean spices, corn puree, grilled corn, hot smoked bacon...
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