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Discussion in 'Food & Cooking' started by mrmexico25, Mar 7, 2012.
Made Meatballs with It. Sausage, Veal and Ground chuck..Served over toasted Ciabatta Bread..
Made thin crust pizzas tonight. Fresh mozzarella, shredded mozzarella, salami, pepperoni, onion, sweet peppers and mushrooms.
Sushi from a local restaurant with a good sushi chef. Shrimp tempura, Unagi and Yellowtail rolls with a seaweed salad. I have enough left over for breakfast, or lunch for one of us.
Pork in milk.
Mesquite grilled Rib Eye, Pan Seared Scallops, twice baked potato, roasted brussel sprouts with garlic and prosciutto topped with Parmesan with wedge salad and Beaujolais Nouveau 2017..Our Valentine's Dinner Saved a lot of $$$..
I tried my hand on making some Thai/Chinese soup.
Really loved the soups I ate in Thailand recently (but already too long ago).
It became some sort of fusion as I had roast pork from the Chinese challenge.
I cooked noodles and set them asides.
I also had 3 types of dried mushrooms (from Thailand) which I soaked and put to the side
Then a pot of water with Nam Prik Pao (Thai Chili Jam) and the left over Char Siu marinade. Boiled for a bit.
Then added the soaked mushrooms and sliced tomato, left to boil.
Added the meat, noodles and cracked an egg in it. Sirred the white and left the yolk (soft poached).
Put in a bowl and seasoned with some fish sauce and lime juice.
It tasted nothing like the soups in Thailand, but was very nice anyway
Beef Bourguignon over egg noodles....
I made a Spanish inspired octopus, squid and chorizo stew yesterday. We had friends over for a "last supper" since they are moving to Colorado in a week. It was a work out, but so satisfying and we have enough for another meal plus a couple of giveaways. We all enjoyed some Manchego cheese, olives, dilly beans and hot pepper sauce, hot crusty bread and a savory compound butter. Oh and lots of wine.
Folks who had never dreamed of eating octopus or a slow cooked squid were amazed at the flavor and texture.
Comfort food weekend! Tator Tot Hotdish! Simple filling food. Creamy slaw on the side and a cold beer!
We go out several times a week. I finally remembered to take some pictures! First two (prawns and coconut curry mussels) are last night; second two (Greek salad and quinoa kale pakoras) are tonight. Yummm...
Trying out new Insta-Pot - Soup with beef, barley, potatoes, celery, carrots, broccoli, zucchini and good stuff but I use V-8 as a base..so good
Our neighbors are having their kitchen remodeled so I decided to get a 2.5 lb cross rib roast from the freezer and sear it on wood-fired hickory then on to the smoker. So we sliced the meat thin and put a pot of hot cheese on, dropped a batch of fries and grabbed onion rolls and took them Arby's Beef N Cheddars and ate our with them..Soooo good.
Check the date on the first post in this thread.
I started this dish yesterday so it would be ready today. Venison shank Osso Bucco - this is the toughest meat on a deer and when finished it fell off the bones.
With some hot, crusty garlic bread it is oh so goooood.
Mar 6, 2012
I've been awfully homesick the past few months,
what with all this snow and all ...
So I made Kara'age Chicken with the biggest 'Dolly' breasts of chicken
Snow?? Are you still in the desert?
Made corned beef and cabbage Cooked in Guinness.
Buba, we've moved from Southern to Northern AZ...
still desert, just HIGH desert and we got snow in SoAZ too