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

    Quote Originally Posted by rwsaunders View Post
    Happiness is a warm pan of honey cornbread...
    Indeed. But in this case it's the feedstock for my stuffing.


    Mrs. Aitch bakes the cornbread (in a 12" skillet). I get yelled at for eating it.


    Mushrooms and chorizo, the feedstock for the latter appeared in some of this spring's ride photos. Oink!


    Sage from outside, high enough up (hopefully) that the dogs don't pee on it (much).


    Mrs. Aitch bakes the pies and breads (she's the rule-follower, I'm not). She also channels Edvard Munch for the cuts in the crust.
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    A pretty simple ragu of tomatoes, veggies and sweet sausage placed over a mix of homemade pasta...I always keep a glass of red wine handy.
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    RW,
    So much with so little.^^^^

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    While out visiting with Tom and Jeff to pick up this....

    IMG_2614 by Jon Mandel, on Flickr

    We got to talking about frying turkeys and pork loins, cooking a turducken and turduckens made with pheasant instead of turkey and such.

    Jeff told me about something I had never heard of and told me where to find it down the road. So this weekend, we will be grilling up some of this...

    IMG_2607 by Jon Mandel, on Flickr
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    Friends brought a big bag of oysters from the Chesapeake bay for Thanksgiving. When we were done eating them raw, I put the rest on the Weber kettle with charcoal and maple and grilled/smoked them with kimchi butter. Pulled them and topped them with chives - Amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Costello View Post
    When the boss says she wants a Mexican twist to Thanksgiving I say "mole"

    Nothing like a 6 hour labor of love.
    looks good. your recipe? tell me you made enough to freeze?

    last time i made mole, it was the rick bayliss recipe. it made 12 portions for 2. we were eating mole for a year.
     

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    Very excited about this opportunity from the chef at my favorite restaurant

    Quickfire Opportunity: Tomorrow, Thursday November 30th - by popular demand - I am hosting a "Pop Up Cooking Class - Using Dark Chocolate in Savory and Desserts" Cooking Class. Among other dishes, you will learn how to make not only the best flourless chocolate cake I've ever created, but you will learn how to make a bittersweet chocolate red wine sauce for duck and venison that will blow you away.
    life is too short to drink bad wine....

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    Quote Originally Posted by znfdl View Post
    Very excited about this opportunity from the chef at my favorite restaurant

    Quickfire Opportunity: Tomorrow, Thursday November 30th - by popular demand - I am hosting a "Pop Up Cooking Class - Using Dark Chocolate in Savory and Desserts" Cooking Class. Among other dishes, you will learn how to make not only the best flourless chocolate cake I've ever created, but you will learn how to make a bittersweet chocolate red wine sauce for duck and venison that will blow you away.
    Awesome. Share the secrets!!

    One of the best things I've ever put in my mouth was a flourless chocolate cake made by one of my wife's coworkers for a company Christmas party a few years ago. It was life changing. I gave her a hug. Never met her before that night.
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    Scotch egg with lactofermented hot sauce, kimchi, sauerkraut (all homemade), and some good mustard... excellent.
    Also: bratwurst with the aforementioned sauerkraut, but cooked this time. Tasted 100% like mom's cooking.

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    Made some sourdough this weekend. Dinner Sunday night was korean style braised beef short ribs, jasmine rice, and stir fry veggies.





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

    This thread is the gift that keeps on giving.

    I unearthed two very old cast iron corn bread molds my family used to use for special occasions. The trick is to pre-heat them quite hot and wipe with butter than fill and stuff into the oven ASAP.

    Came out not so bad ;)

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    TT those are amazing. I've never seen molds like that and now I need to find them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Octave View Post
    TT those are amazing. I've never seen molds like that and now I need to find them.
    Search “cast iron cornbread mold” on eBay.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Octave View Post
    TT those are amazing. I've never seen molds like that and now I need to find them.
    lots of them in the antique stores near my house. let me know if you want one.
     

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    With not many days left and traveling on the calendar, yesterday was the last smoke of the year. Also made some bread that didn't turn out very good, my starter wasn't fully active and I didn't give it all the time it needed to rise.



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

    Fine looking crust anyway...
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    Quote Originally Posted by guido View Post
    Fine looking crust anyway...
    The crust was great, but the crumb was dense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dgaddis View Post
    The crust was great, but the crumb was dense.
    Just another reason to do it again...
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    We hosted several outlaws last evening for dinner and they came, they drank, they ate and they left. Chicken cordon bleu with mashed potatoes, edamame, roasted Brussels sprouts, salad, wine, champagne...you name it. Old fashioneds were a very popular drink but the highlight was when my 92 yo mother-in-law asked for a highball. Broke out a bottle of Canadian Club with a 1977 seal. Certainly not a vintage single malt but not bad after 40 years. Merry Christmas folks!
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    Sweet and sour braised leeks with currants (and with goat cheese for the nonvegans) ala Ottolenghi.
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