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

    Quote Originally Posted by Nierman View Post
    Should just batter and deep fry for a gigantic basket of turkey tenders.
    I like how you think.

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

    No on ribs although they do look good. Yes on architecture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mnoble485 View Post
    No on ribs although they do look good. Yes on architecture.

    Mike
    Thanks, that is our living room, it has wood paneling. In the abstract I like the clubby paneled look but a lot of our furniture is wood and it blends in alot. Note how you can sort of make out the grandfather clock back there. We are thinking of painting it, which I would not consider if the wood was of higher quality. But if you look closely you can see that the grain is pretty wild.

    I would not want paneling like this in a kitchen, it would be a pain to clean.

     

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    Thanks, new house or old? I like the deconstructed tee your kid is wearing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mnoble485 View Post
    Thanks, new house or old? I like the deconstructed tee your kid is wearing.

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    it's a hundred year old house although I suspect a lot of the paneling is newer. 100 year old lumber looks nicer than newer lumber -- tighter grain.

    I love the shirt, can't believe I got him to wear it because he usually refuses to wear anything that is not a plain gray t shirt!
     

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    Supper for busy saturday. Grilled lamb steak, braised home grown russian kale, roasted homegrown San Marzano tomatos, Iggy's sourdough baguette.

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    Bluefish Breslin with simple sides of grilled purple potatoes and steamed broccoli.

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    Amazing. Did I give you that Bluefish recipe? My family has made that since I was a kid. Hands down a winner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Too Tall View Post
    Amazing. Did I give you that Bluefish recipe? My family has made that since I was a kid. Hands down a winner.
    You sure did. Had to improvise a bit but it all worked out well. Stripers we caught maxed out at 25" so they all went back in. Kept a bluefish as I knew that I'd be able to do this with it. It was a home run.

    Made some Apple Blueberry Crisp for folks today. Gone before it even had a chance to cool.
     

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    First time I've been able to cook for myself since I broke my collar bone. Cooking in a sling/with my non-dominant hand definitely isn't ideal, but the final product tasted so much better. Fresh tomatoes, oil, basil, garlic, salt, pasta (duh), that's it. Arguably 3 ingredients. Definitely could've finished with some parm, but the shoulder wasn't feeling quite up to the task after 9 hours in a classroom today.

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    Some lazy roast chicken and veg on a rainy Tuesday.
    Carrot, new potato, garlic, red onion, spiced olives, lemon, all roasted with white wine with oil-rubbed chicken on top. Later, chicken removed, cream, flour, dijon, tarragon whisked in with the veg, and all re-roasted a bit longer.
    Good smells.
     

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    As our daughter is headed off to the left coast in a couple of days, her wishes have been my command as they say. When the girl asked for filet tonight, I stopped at one of the two butchers that we frequent and asked for a good cut. Everything else was leftover as that's what usually happens at the RW house on Wednesdays. Grilled filet, broccoli, mixed pasta, heirloom tomatoe salad and grilled naan, paired with a nice Pinot Noir from the Willamette Valley.

    Btw, the butcher bought this 80 year old business a few years ago and there is a two story smokehouse in the back of the shop. Part of the purchase agreement included the secret kielbasa recipe...cool stuff. The motto essentially is loosely translated as "The meat to the people."
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    Arugala / Romain / Blue Cheese salad

    Topped with chilled BBQ chicken and flash cooked broccoli flourettes.

    Sometimes you just do not need a excuse to eat an entire head of lettuce.


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    I didn't make these, but now I dream of them.. Anyone near Asheville to verify the claim? Watch This Doughnut Is the Best Dessert of the Year | Bon Appetit Video | CNE
     

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    Roast beef and Yorkshire pudding last night.
    In Yorkshire.

    Doesn't get much better.
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    Roasting plum tomatoes. Home grown thyme, salt, pepper a drizzle of olive oil. 2.5 hours in a 265 degree oven. Bag and freeze when cool... It so concentrates the flavor, the perfect addition to a sauce, a frittata or a pizza...

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    Salad with local (CSA) heirloom tomatoes, cucumber, bell pepper, basil, and some fresh mozzarella for good measure.
    Fresh coho baked with butter and tarragon.
    Bit of beef broth boiled barley for bite.

    Pretty lazy, but fresh and flavourful.
     

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    Guido, I dig how you roll.

    Gloves are off Pizzaristas. Secret squirrel fruit sauce (hint...it is a reduction of fresh something something), applewood smoked bacon, arugula.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Too Tall View Post
    Guido, I dig how you roll.

    Gloves are off Pizzaristas. Secret squirrel fruit sauce (hint...it is a reduction of fresh something something), applewood smoked bacon, arugula.
    Gorgeous stuff Josh! Bacon on a pizza is almost too good... Bring it on!
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    TT....apples? As they would surely go week with the bacon. Mrs. RW would wear arugula in her hair if she could...she loves it on everything.
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