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Over the week-end:

Smoked white fish & Haddock fish pie. Everything from scratch including the pastry and the smoked fish.

Having never made one before, I patted myself on the back for a job well done. It was really really good.


Looking forward to those mags of '08 Salon.
 
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Braised oxtail.



do you have one recipe for this, or still experimenting as you go? I see you make it alot, and if you've got one recipe dialed i'd love to see it.
 
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Maple-Dijon Chicken with Bacon Couscous
Roasted Asparagus with Parmesan, Garlic, and Lemon
Magic Chocolate Flan Cake


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Broiled grouper

Roast duck with green peppercorn sauce

Blackened grouper

Roast duck with green peppercorn sauce


Just one more sip.
 
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Smoked porchetta di Testa
Hen egg Tajarin, brown butter and sage.
 
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Carne Asada Tri Tip With Salsa.
 
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arroz con pollo
 
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Broiled grouper

Roast duck with green peppercorn sauce

Blackened grouper

Roast duck with green peppercorn sauce


Did you stutter? Razz
 
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Egg white Denver omelette
 
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Sushi and Champagne.

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Sushi and Champagne.

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Veal chops and risotto, I think


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Pork Chops rubbed with Thyme and Sage. A raspberry pan sauce served underneath.. With a beet and blood orange salad with Feta.
 
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Veal chops and risotto, I think


...

You're not sure if it was veal? Not sure if you had risotto? Or you're not sure if you ate?

Either way, sounds like a good time.
 
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Keeping it simple tonight -- sauting some shrimp in olive oil with tomato, garlic, Worcestershire, Tabasco and lemon.

Willl also be marinating some short ribs for Daube of Short Ribs I'm making this weekend.


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45 day dry aged New York strips done on the cast iron pan.

Baked potatoes

Sauteed spinach

Baked half tomatoes, seeded & filled with parmesan, breadcrumbs, olive oil and balsamic.


Looking forward to those mags of '08 Salon.
 
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45 day dry aged New York strips done on the cast iron pan.


You're depriving them of their rightful barbeque destiny!
 
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Afghanistan tonight. Cool
 
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Pasta with red sauce and grilled hot Italian sausage.
 
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Chicken lettuce wraps
 
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Chicken lettuce wraps


Restaurant or at home? If at home, would you mind sharing what recipe you or your wife use? We've been thinking about doing these as an app. Thanks in advance.
 
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My wife and I finally found a beef stew recipe that we really liked. Simple and easy, with good flavor.
 
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Rotisserie chicken
Mashed potatoes
Creamed spinach
Corn
 
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45 day dry aged New York strips done on the cast iron pan.


You're depriving them of their rightful barbeque destiny!


Not in THIS snow! Besides, big cast iron pan, throw it in a 500 degree oven until it's smoking hot, throw on well salted steaks right about 3 minutes on one side, flip and throw in the oven for another 3.5 minutes, take out and tent on a plate and it will make you forget about a bbq.


Looking forward to those mags of '08 Salon.
 
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