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    Default Re: What are you cooking for dinner this weekend?

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    Too cold to leave the house so I lit a fire, we sautéed some tomatoes, olives and garlic and mixed it all with some decent pasta. We splurged with some chocolate drizzled over strawberries too, which actually went well with the wine.
    Elegant simplicity RW. Well done and added to my memory file.

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    Kale was the only vegetable in the fridge tonight. I was out of lemon, but I had horseradish and a bunch of raw honey. 1 part horseradish, 2 parts honey, and 2 parts olive oil, with salt/pepper/garlic powder, applied liberally to the kale as it came off the burner was actually a pretty great flavor combo. I'll repeat it again, even if I have a lemon in the fridge.
     

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    No Whitman's Sampler for this kid on Valentine's Day...homemade peanut butter and chocolate fudge.
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    Friday night quickie pizza

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    I shouldn't be allowed near the meat counter when the sun is out, because I always seem to be ambushed by blowout sales.




    I asked the meat cutter for an inch and a half thick. No complaints.

     

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    Morning:




    And Night:

     

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    It must have been steak night on the VSalon yesterday as it was too nice out not to grille but I have no lighting near my grille. Problem solved over Christmas when my Mother purchased an LED illuminated baseball cap for me....I kid you not. It drew quite a few laughs until last evening when the cap got down to business.
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    Last night was steak night here too, which means that tonight was leftover-steak-hash night.

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    Getting the jump an Mardi Gras

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    ^^^
    Man does that look good. Reminds me I need to visit NOLA again.

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    Left over Broccoli? No worries.

    Guy Washburn

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    Did some good eating yesterday. Sardines on 7-grain with mustard, kewpie, and some pickles (my new favorite lunch if I'm not planning on talking to anyone for the rest of the day)


    Shredded chicken thighs with miso butter and soba noodles, which I added some kimchi to after taking this pic

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    Bara brith Bara brith. choice cake for cold weather hikes. — Finn Beales
    Used a different fruit mix (cherries, cranberries, raisins mostly), and a vanilla chai tea for the liquid, with another teabags worth dry instead of the usual spice mix.
    A bit fruitcake-y, but delicious with some butter, or a thin slice of aged, sharp cheddar.
     

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    Crispy Duck hen breast,wild rice pancake, beat purees, micro amaranth and zinfandel sauce
     

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    Im a jack ass spelled beet wrong. Sorry for that.
     

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    Coppercook is a hard act to follow. That duck looks very nice.

    With the temperature here falling 50 degrees over a couple days, it felt like comfort food weather. Scouring the shelves in order to avoid a trip to the grocery store, I uncovered all of the ingredients for "Italian" Pot Roast: Italian Pot Roast | Williams Sonoma

    Brown:





    Add liquid:



    I was short on wine, so I added some extra tomatoes with a bit of dark maple syrup. It worked.



    Cook for a few hours. Add the mushrooms when pulling the meat out of the oven:




    Slice and serve with orzo and spinach:

     

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    My mentor is teaching me again
    Spring vegetable salad
     

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    The Arugula variation.

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    I'll take the arugala variation please.

    This is too good not to share. I've no idea where I got this recipe. Personally, I like it with bitter greens/mushrooms/sprouts/feta. Toss and let stand at room temp for at least an hr. to break down the greens a bit.

    Lemon Tahini Dressing
    Juice one large lemon
    1 large garlic clove macerated.
    grate some fresh ginger
    (optional as needed) Water if it is too tight.
    1/2 cup Tahini
    1 tbl spoon maple syrup
    1 tbl spoon apple cider vinegar or my fav. rice wine vinegar
    1 tsp. tamari or soy
    1 tsp corriander powder
    1 tbl spoon toasted cumin seeds (grind nice and fine after toasting)
    EVO as needed
    salt

    Add the water dead last if it is too tight. Suggest you add salt after the tamari/soy to suit.

    This kills.

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    Quail with carrots and grits
    Carrot powder
    Carrot vinaigrette
    Carrot ribons
    Baby carrot
    Quail

    For carrot powder used the pulp from juicer. Dehydrated for 1 day. Then puréed in spice grinder. You could do this for almost any vegetable pulp from juicer.
     

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