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I am thinking stone crab but not sure yet
 
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Homemade chicken noodle soup


I think I might be able to help with the Pan, Pam dilemma
 
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Pot Roast tonight.
 
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Beef burgundy, boiled taters and broccoli for this evening.


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Braised beef short ribs tonight.
 
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Braised beef short ribs tonight

Had them prepared by basecadet on Friday. Served with celery root mashed potatoes. Paired with 2000 Elderton Command Shiraz and a 2001 D'Arenberg Dead Arm. Delish!


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I'm a big fan of Command. Going with a 2006 Stefania Syrah Eaglepoint Ranch tonight.
 
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Roast rack of pork (from Costco) with shallots and brussel sprouts. One of the tastiest and easiest dishes to prepare.
 
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coconut rice with a dash of lime

miso marinated salmon


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Ended up with
Caviar
Pâté de foie gras
Arugula salad with strawberries and balsamic vinegar + evo dressing
Pan seared tuna marinated in soy sauce and sesame oil
 
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Tonight pan seared chicken breasts with orange brandy sauce.
 
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all the talk of cast iron pots.

whipped out the le creuset and made a beef bourguignon


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all the talk of cast iron pots.

whipped out the le creuset and made a beef bourguignon

Ditto ... braising some oxtail in two LCs. One is a tomato-based liquid (experiment). Second is just plain beef broth but will end up as a Filipino stew.
 
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Braised beef short ribs tonight

Had them prepared by basecadet on Friday. Served with celery root mashed potatoes. Paired with 2000 Elderton Command Shiraz and a 2001 D'Arenberg Dead Arm. Delish!

It all sounds awesome. Very well done!
 
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Keller's Simple Roast Chicken
Fingerling Potatoes with rosemary, roasted in duck fat.

I can still taste this meal, two days later (in a good way)
Never, ever, underestimate what duck fat can do to potatoes. Magic! Cool
 
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We had dinner two nights ago in Waterlot, my favorite restaurant in Bermuda. Their fries are made in duck fat.


Just one more sip.
 
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this lady i'm marrying brought home some 45-day dry-aged t-bones. i threw those on the grill, and roasted some fingerling potatoes and green beans. put together a spinach salad with some lime and grapeseed oil. '09 stefania chaine d'or cabernet drank really nicely with this meal.

here's a photo of the steak and potatoes
 
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Jorgerunfrombulls, can you liken grapeseed oil to anything or is it unique? I don't think I have ever tried it.
 
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this lady i'm marrying brought home some 45-day dry-aged t-bones. i threw those on the grill, and roasted some fingerling potatoes and green beans. put together a spinach salad with some lime and grapeseed oil. '09 stefania chaine d'or cabernet drank really nicely with this meal.

here's a photo of the steak and potatoes
Looks great.
 
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Last night we sautéed chicken breasts under a brick to get the skin nice and crispy. Served with couscous and a yogurt sauce. Paired with the 2010 Ceritas Chardonnay Porter-Bass Vineyard that was excellent.
 
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Last night assorted cheeses, black olives and pita chips
 
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Steak Au Poivre with Brandied Cream Sauce.
 
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At Nirvana in Mississauga:

Vegetable Samosa
Butter Chicken
Lamb Rogan Josh
Mutter Paneer
Bhindi Masala
Coriander and garlic naan
 
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Tilapia with cherry tomatoes, capers, black olives and white onions
White rice
 
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Tilapia with cherry tomatoes, capers, black olives and white onions
White rice


same


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