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    Vegetable soup with a lot of garden goodies like zucchini, carrots and tomatoes, with just a tad of sausage for good luck.
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    The farmers market delivered.



    Bought a bucket of tomatoes for five bucks. It's 55 and raining here, so I'll make some pasta sauce.













    Turning my attention to salsa in a bit.
     

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    Just made burgers on the grill. Thought I’d try something different so just bought a big pack of lean mince, rolled it pretty thin and cut it into squares. Cooked really quickly, no worrying about the internal temp and with a slice of cheese between 2 thin burgers were pretty tasty.
     

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    Pasta sauce conclusion, with heavy mushroom content.





     

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    I've been knocking off projects on Mrs. RW's list such as updating the Master Bath and painting the main hallway. Will work for food I guess...Chicken Parmesan with fresh pasta and veggies.
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    Our daughter has been visiting for a few days so we had a few family members over for dinner this evening...red wine braised short ribs with mashed potatoes (kid's favorite), homegrown tomatoes and a little sourdough of course.
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    Took my pizza game on the road. I'm part of a so called Chef's Club. We meet every few months and cook for each other. The new portable pizza oven was on point. I've figured out the right hydration for my dough and am knocking out 90 second Neopolitans. Yee haw.

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    Great looking pies Josh!
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    Steven Chu, a former Secretary of Energy who often gives talks on climate change, tells audiences that if cows were a country their emissions “would be greater than all of the E.U., and behind only China and America.” Every four pounds of beef you eat contributes to as much global warming as flying from New York to London—and the average American eats that much each month.

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    Pre-game photos for pesto-fest. For scale, that’s my old mortar and pestle inside the new one. The Doric column at bottom is a 20” rolling pin.

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    We are nearing the end of the chanterelle season here in Tyrol. There have been lots of wild mushrooms this year but not many wild berries unlike last year which was a huge harvest of fruit. We plan an end of season mushroom rustle up with oils, flour, stock, tomatoes, and garlic. A local lady is baking some healthy bread and some bacon might be involved. My local retired chef friend will be in charge and he has said I can help by which I think he means he wants me to clean the mushrooms.
     

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    Canadian Thanksgiving and my Canadian sister-in-law requested a Cajun Fried Turkey again for Sunday night dinner.

    Which meant I had to inject it with the marinade yesterday afternoon.

    My recipe calls for a half cup of liquid crab/ shrimp boil which is such a small amount that I usually cheat and just use a commercially available pre-made bottle. But this is Quebec and they don't stock such a product anywhere that I could find.

    So, I threw some mustard seeds, coriander seeds, whole allspice, dill seeds, cloves, crushed red peppers and bay leaves in a piece of cheesecloth and made up a batch.

    This meant that I had an extra 3 quarts or so of crab boil so I did the only thing I could think of after shooting up the turkey...I went out and procured some shrimp. And, of course, a hunk of roast to grill on the Weber charcoal.

    Saturday dinner solved...

    IMG_2332 by Jon Mandel, on Flickr

    And the Sunday turkey came out ok...

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    Of course, my wife made too many sides that belong here but I didn't make them.

    And I gotta learn how to do food shots like the rest of y'all.

    But suffice to say that tomorrow's ride will probably be a much slower pace than my norm due to the excess weight I will be carrying.
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