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    The usual for my in laws

    Apple Cider and ginger brined chickens
    Oyster dressing
    Ginger snap gravy
    Broccoli casserole
    Sweet potatoes
    life is too short to drink bad wine....

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    Basic.

    Salt and pepper crusted roast beef with Bearnaise sauce. Who knew that's basically butter mayonnaise with tarragon?
    Rutabaga and potato gratin.
    Sautéed Swiss Chard with pine nuts and raisins.

    All just supporting cast for sticky banana walnut pudding with caramel sauce and whipped cream.

    Wine for some, but for the good children stouts from Finback and Other Half breweries.
     

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    Our oldest is headed back to Seattle this afternoon so we had to prepare her favorite breakfast as a farewell present. Martha Stewart's Belgian waffle recipe (the secret is folding in the whipped egg whites) never fails to deliver and the WaffleTone griddle gets the job done.
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    I like your mixing bowl. I need a coffee cup that size!
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    Quote Originally Posted by guido View Post
    I like your mixing bowl. I need a coffee cup that size!
    Guy...that's a take on the old Betty Crocker 3qt batter bowls...my wife's favorite mixing bowl for pancakes, waffles and recipes that require pouring something into a small area. We found it at Williams-Sonoma years ago.
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    RW,

    Gourmet Mag called, they want their waffle back.

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    Mike...I think that I posted the recipe here before but I’ll look it up just to make sure. The secret is folding in the three egg whites into the batter. They are so light and fluffy, you’ll never go back to Hampton Inn pancake batter waffles again. I don’t use syrup but my wife and kids like butter and powdered sugar. One batch makes 9 on that particular waffle iron and I freeze the leftovers. Not bad in a pinch but fresh tastes better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rwsaunders View Post
    Mike...I think that I posted the recipe here before but I’ll look it up just to make sure. The secret is folding in the three egg whites into the batter. They are so light and fluffy, you’ll never go back to Hampton Inn pancake batter waffles again. I don’t use syrup but my wife and kids like butter and powdered sugar. One batch makes 9 on that particular waffle iron and I freeze the leftovers. Not bad in a pinch but fresh tastes better.
    I've already searched Amazon and Ebay for the Waffle Iron, expecting inbound soon! Great photos, and great food RW.
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    We had some friends over for a holiday dinner last evening and Chicken Bouillabaisse got the call. Pretty easy to make and very nice on a cold, snowy night. Fresh salad to open things up and dessert was Affogato...espresso over vanilla gelato. I suggest a single shot over a double.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rydesteel View Post
    I've already searched Amazon and Ebay for the Waffle Iron, expecting inbound soon! Great photos, and great food RW.

    +1 on the villaware iron pictured. Easy to get good results with minimal fuss.
     

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    Spanish style chicken soup

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    For New Years Eve leg of lamb and smoked brisket. Also making the avacado/tomato/cilantro/cumin cubed salmon salad I made some years ago...so good.

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    We are having some "palomas" (doves) as starters: fried pork rinds or wheat noodles topped with spanish potato salad (Olivier Salad)

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    Always nicely done Luis. Fried pork rinds might be the most universal comfort food.

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    NYE 2017 > The spread. Our friends can cook. We made the Lamb and a smoked Brisket.
    Cheers for 2018.

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    I trip through my wife's traditional first meal for the New Year- Osechi.

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    Herring Roe to represent the prosperity of your offspring.
    Black Beans- Mame - represent health and industriousness
    Mashed sweet potato and chestnuts - bright yellow - implies hope for abundant fortune
    Small dried sardines (Tazukuri) - dried sardines were fertilizer in the old days, hope for abundant harvest (Tazukuri means to make rice)
    Rolled sweet egg omlets - wish for auspicious days

    Anything Red is for joyfulness, anything white is for holiness.


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    Ozone soup - that is smashed sticky rice.

    The best part is you wash this all down with Toso which is sake spiced with medicinal herbs for good health.
     

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    Doug that is a beautiful tradition. Well done. Happy New Year.

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    We did a traditional southern New Years meal yesterday. Hoppin John (rice and black eyed peas) and turnip greens and some apple smoked pork tenderloin with a blackberry sauce. The sauce was really good. It's in Weber's 'New American Barbecue" cookbook.

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    It was a cold evening at the hacienda yesterday, warmed by a few longtime friends who braved the weather and shared wine, stories and cheer. Dinner consisted of chicken in a white wine and citrus reduction, with rice pilaf and roasted brussels sprouts. I can't take credit for the chocolate mousse and candy cane sprinkle...it was awesome with a cappuccino.
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