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Old 03-04-2019, 02:12 PM   #31
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Recipe for boiling water.

1. marinate your water in bourbon
2...........
Sounds like quite the recipe . . . .
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Breakfast of spinach pasta with shrimp, scallop and mussel sauce, with bell peppers, tomatoes, garlic, white wine and a bit of butter with grated Parmesan on top.

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Breakfast of spinach pasta with shrimp, scallop and mussel sauce, with bell peppers, tomatoes, garlic, white wine and a bit of butter with grated Parmesan on top.

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Sounds like a winner to me. Not very often do we eat breakfast, usually about 2 in the afternoon before we get hungry so any food is fine with us.
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Breakfast of spinach pasta with shrimp, scallop and mussel sauce, with bell peppers, tomatoes, garlic, white wine and a bit of butter with grated Parmesan on top.
Sounds good. So what is your meal you eat before having the energy to fix that?

We had the fish tacos mentioned above then later I made soup. The soup was a couple quart jars of homemade and canned chicken soup with added noodles I made fresh today.
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Today is fried shrimp with homemade tarter sauce, rice balls,
and asparagus steamed then roasted with olive oil, butter, breadcrumbs,
grading cheese and seasonings...and a salad.
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Hey TK just for that.

Aw crap

Sorry this is the only way I could get it to post.
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Well, the asparagus was a fail, too much steaming, and not enough broiling.

I put everything together too fast...shrimp and rice balls were good though.
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Well it doesn't look like a fail, looks good enough to eat.
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Well, yesterday I thought I’d try something new...everyone loves meatballs and
when they are just fried - before going into the sauce, they’re sooo good.

So, I had a bit of marinara sauce left over from a few days ago, ( about 1 1/2 cups, or so)
I took out 1 lb of chopped beef and made meatballs, in the center
of the meatball - I stuffed a cube of mozzarella and then rolled the meatballs in breadcrumbs
and fried them up it a little bit of olive oil...watching them carefully not to burn them.
I put the hot marinara in a dish (with sides - like a pie plate ) and placed the
fried meatballs on top of the sauce...it was delicious! Served it with a big salad,
Italian bread and broccoli rabe.
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I have a sweet tooth - so sometimes just a little something just for me.
wife doesn't like cobbler, soooo, I make enough for two days (for me).
made a Key Lime Pie last week ~ half for the wife, half for me.
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Johnny, that looks awesome.
...and today is pie day! ...or is it pi day?
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Johnny, that looks awesome.
...and today is pie day! ...or is it pi day?
Amen to that...
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Not much cooking around here lately. Finishing up some utility shelves, not picture worthy, and planning the next round of canning. Baked beans and Navy beans probably, I got a lot of those in the storeroom.
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All sorts of delicious foods on here.

Entree, desserts, both have an abundance of tasty recipes. I'm struggling to eat a healthy an required amount of vegetables. I'd like them more if I smothered them in cheese. Dips are fattening, but good.

Roasted is always good and easy. Things I typically roast in oven are brussel sprouts, asparagus, cauliflower, potatoes, onions and peppers.

Not exactly an adventure but today's veg will be a frozen Pkg of mashed Cauliflower with sour cream an chives plus a zucchini eaten plain cause I'm too lazy to drive to the store for Hummus. Wonder how it'd be if I chopped up the zucchini an mixed it in the cauliflower?


Went to a popular place last night. Ordered Wiener Schnitzel. It was dredged in flour an tasted very strongly of flour. I'm guessing the veal was pounded so thin it didn't take long to cook and therefore the flour still tasted raw.

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Roasted is always good and easy. Things I typically roast in oven are brussel sprouts, asparagus, cauliflower, potatoes, onions and peppers.


Went to a popular place last night. Ordered Wiener Schnitzel. It was dredged in flour an tasted very strongly of flour. I'm guessing the veal was pounded so thin it didn't take long to cook and therefore the flour still tasted raw.
I haven't tried asparagus and cauliflower roasted. I like to do root veggies with brussel sprouts seasoned with S&P and granulated garlic maybe some parsley.

For Schnitzel I buy a boneless pork loin, slice it about 1" thick and freeze. If I want Schnitzel I cut those slices to 1/2" and pound to 1/4" or less. Use a 3 station breading set up. Flour, egg and bread crumbs in that order. Shallow fry quickly. I never get a flour taste. Check this out.

https://www.daringgourmet.com/tradit...ork-schnitzel/
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