Stir fried cumin lamb with diced eggplant and julian carrots
Crock pot beef stew. Perfect for our shitty weather and the house now smells fantastic.
roast carrots, baked potatoes & smoked ribs.
Stir fried coconut chicken with asparagus.
chopped spinach - boy do I hate that!!
Veal meatball & pasta. Cole Slaw
oxtail soup with noodles
Left over chicken Milanese with gnocchi
quinoa with feta over bed of red lettuce and diced cucumbers and cherry tomatos.
Making a thick soup of root veggies, chicken stock, diced tomatoes, white beans, chicken sausage, green beans and kale.
roast pork with egg
Lamb shanks braised in Barolo, tomatoes, onion, garlic, carrots and orange zest.
NY Strips with roasted Brussel Sprouts
Second go-round with Wagyu beef Ugly steaks. This time I pan seared at med-high in a black iron pan. Came out very tasty, but I think I like the outdoor grill flavor better.
Dinner at Keen's Steakhouse:
Prime rib hash
All washed down with Sapphire martinis and a Bedrock Zin (forget year)
stir fried rice cakes
we're thinking of having turkey tomorrow.
Smoked turkey for us. Sweet potato casserole, green beans casserole and stuffing
roast prime sirloin with pickled radish salad and beef noodle soup
Turkey noodle soup
slow cooked the turkey bones down for about 8 hours with root veggies.
made some egg noodles and put some turkey breast in to finsih it up
Went to a cooking class with my daughter last night as her husband was unexpectedly called out of town on business. The class was Chinese Take Out, and we made Vegetable Egg Rolls, Mongolian Chicken and Egg Foo Young. Can't say I really learned anything, but I got to spend an evening with my daughter - and those don't come around very often anymore.
pan seared salmon with julien carrots and ginger
it's what's for dinner
Making two Chicken Galantine tonight. I've never deboned an entire chicken before, but Jacques Pepin makes it look so easy, I had to try it. I'm sure it comes easier with practice, but I think I did a serviceable job. They're in the oven, now.
and i still have 10 lbs of turkey leftovers
Rigatoni with meat sauce.
Steamed broccoli w lemon and a 26oz bone in dry brined ribeye, sous vide for 2hrs at 130, seared over hickory, trimmed and sliced to about 14oz, and made au poivre sauce (1st time) on the side (green peppercorn sauce!!) and a great 16 Andrew Murray Watch Hill Vineyard. Next time I'll pass on the au poivre, it was way too rich and overpowered the flavor of the steak.
Ribeyes and mash potatoes
Red beans and rice!
and a great 16 Andrew Murray Watch Hill Vineyard.
this turned out to be the #16 JD woty red https://jebdunnuck.com/2018/12...0-red-wines-of-2018/