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    Big snowfall last night and our “baby” turned 18 today. He requested Chicken Parmesan and of course Mrs. RW honored his request. At least snow serves some purpose beyond replenishing the groundwater supply.
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    Sort of a poor man's stew which aptly fits my description. Pretty simple really, but you need a few hours to let it cook...meat, vegetables, beef broth, bacon, tomato paste and garlic all cooked together in a red wine reduction. I imagine that this would be a good instapot recipe candidate. Fwiw, the mushrooms were sautéed and added at the end so that they didn't turn to rubber in the wine reduction.
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    First try at making Pasteis de Nata at home. Quite disappointed with the outcome
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    What I overcooked:



    The most famous ones: Pasteis de Belem
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    Pan glazed pork chops, grilled vegetables and potatoes with garden salad and homemade French bread.
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    That's a good looking loaf of bread!!
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    Mrs. RW's version of a King Cake (in cupcake form) for Mardis Gras...a little creepy if you ask me, as it brings back childhood memories of baby dolls being strung from garbage truck radiators.

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    Red lentil citrus soup with homemade bread and pesto (unfortunately not much pesto left over from the Summer)...a fine Lenten meal.
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    First we tried the Mexican Chicken Burger recipe a few days before Mrs turkish birthday dinner

    Mexican Chicken Burgers by luis prado, en Flickr

    This Saturday we had dinner with some friends.

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    Comedor by luis prado, en Flickr

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    Apfelstrudel



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    Awesome! Are you willing to share your recipe/process?
     

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    It was too cold to slow cook the brisket outside, so it was lightly browned in a dutch oven, slow cooked in the oven in a red wine reduction with onions, carrots, celery and the usual suspects, then served with pasta and grilled broccoli.
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    Quote Originally Posted by caleb View Post
    Awesome! Are you willing to share your recipe/process?
    Sure!

    Ingredients:
    Reinette apples (or non-sweet apples)
    Frozen puff pastry dough (2 sheets)
    Cinnamon
    Sugar
    Raisins
    Walnuts
    Butter
    1 beaten egg

    Preparation

    Defrost puff pastry dough at room temperature. Meanwhile, peel and chop the apples.
    Put butter in the frying pan and, once melted, add the raisins and then the apples. Cook until pulp is made into compote-like pulp. If the apples are dry, add some water. Towards the end, add nuts and sugar mixed with cinnamon.

    Preheat oven to 200°C. (390ºF)

    Place one sheet of puff pastry on baking paper and pin it so that it does not overgrow. Roll the other sheet until it is very thin.

    Spread the cooked apple over the first layer of puff pastry and cover everything with the stretched out sheet. Paint with egg and sprinkle sugar mixed with cinnamon over the egg.
    Bake for 25-30 minutes

    The original recipe uses bread crumbs fried in butter and paints the strudel with melted butter.
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    Gordon Biersch brought over a few cases of assorted beers around Christmas... so, bratwurst in ale. Weißkohl in weißwein not shown.

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    been making some legit bread lately. eating so much butter now.

     

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    Let's try some chill (western PA style) again with cornbread and homemade honey butter.
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    Brisket Saturday:
    about 5 hours in, one of two

    Then wrapped

    Then sliced. I had a very nice photo presentation, then my daughter pulled the center slice! Still, it tasted good all the same.
     

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    I intended to mention, of the two briskets, close to same size, one took a bit more than two hours longer to cook. Brisket marches by it's own drum, and time and temperatures vary wildly. When it's done, it'll let you know.
     

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    Last night was baked ziti (Penne rigate...)

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    Bruce...did you cook the brisket on that mobile open hearth furnace of yours?
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    In the year of our Lord, eighteen hundred and six
    We set sail from the cold cove of Cork
    We were sailing away with a cargo of bricks
    For the grand City Hall in New York

    She was a wonderful craft, she was rigged 'fore and aft
    And Lord how the trade winds drove her
    She had twenty-three masts, and she stood several blasts
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    Happy St. Paddy's Day with a little sheppard's pie accompanied by an Irish drop scone and a pint.
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