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Old 03-27-2017, 11:59 PM   #776 (permalink)
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Tonight was chicken fried steak and mashed red potatoes.
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Tonight I am have pizza.

With pineapples on it.

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The grocery store here has Seriously Sharp Cabot Vermont cheddar and it's inexpensive here and it's SERIOUS, seriously. Srs.

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Old 05-02-2017, 01:23 PM   #781 (permalink)
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I just made and enjoyed beef stroganoff. It was so worth the time. ^_^

First, one and a half red onions, sliced and then coarsely chopped, and two flat mushrooms, similarly thinly sliced, then chopped into thirds. Into the pan (well, wok) with some olive oil to sauté down, while I got on with preparing the thinly sliced frying steak into ribbons.

Once the onions and mushrooms were more or less initially done, I added a tin of crushed tomatoes, and some left over passata the roomie had used for a shepherd's pie a few days ago, plus oregano, basil, rosemary, mustard powder, sweet smoked paprika, and garlic paste, leaving that to cook down a little, and get up to temperature, ready for the beef.

Then the beef, and turned the heat back up to full, to get it up to temperature again, stirring constantly, to ensure it cooked evenly, and distribute the heat throughout what was a fairly substantial potload by that point, given I was cooking for two.

Toward the end, the sour cream (ie cream that'd been sitting in the fridge for a week, and I didn't want to waste it =, some spiced rum, a dash of tequila, a small splash of soy sauce, and barely half a teaspoon of sugar.

Served with some microwaved rice and boiled broccoli. (I might've gone with macaroni, but the only pasta in the larder right now is spaghetti and fusilli, neither of which felt quite right)
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Old 05-04-2017, 03:00 PM   #782 (permalink)
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I don't know what I'll have for dinner, but I'm staaaaarving. I'm not sure why, I had a huge breakfast. And doughnuts....

If I were a reasonable person, I would eat something light and healthy tonight.
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Old 05-04-2017, 10:41 PM   #783 (permalink)
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I had grilled sirloin steak, peanut butter crackers and a blueberry smoothie.
That's what happens when I'm busy and Jax makes supper. He made the steaks but no sides so I wound up munching on whatever.
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This... n' that.



That's two layers of pre-browned tater tots on top of Alton Brown's shepherds's pie recipe* filling, then finished for 30 mins at 350.

(note bubbling gravy)

Not a trace left, the kids devoured it.

(kids being adults under 35)

*a pound each of ground beef and ground pork substituted for ground lamb, which can't be found here.
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Greek yogurt drizzled with local honey and sprinkled with sliced almonds.
Not much to look at but such a lovely taste!
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Old 05-30-2017, 09:31 AM   #786 (permalink)
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Just had a pretty nice cottage pie, or something descended from it. ^_^ Started by sautéing a sliced flat mushroom and half an onion, then adding a bit of ground beef and letting that cook down, before adding half a tin of blackeyed beans and half a carton of chopped tomatoes, seasoned with some basil, rosemary, oregano, pepper, and thyme, plus a good dollop of garlic purée and a dash of oyster sauce. Then, toward the end, a chopped carrot, and a little gravy powder, just to thicken it up a touch.

Topped with some mashed Anya potatoes (tiny bit of salt and pepper, some milk, and a little white truffle oil), and served with broccoli.
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Old 06-03-2017, 03:38 PM   #787 (permalink)
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I found some belly pork reduced recently, and thought it'd preface Doctor Who nicely. ^_^ So, I started by dropping it into the slow cooker for a few hours, atop a can of butter beans, a few long peppers (like peppercorns, but long), and enough home made cider to cover the meat, but not the fat that would, hopefully, become the crackling toward the end.

Then, phase two: the roasting. ^_^ Into a hot oven (220C or so), alongside a few pre-sliced parsnips, a couple sections of leek, and a chicory half, halved. Eventually I realised that, yes, I needed to salt the crackling if it were to become thus, and caught it in time. Yay!

To go along with it all, I'd separated the beans which had been cooking in the cider and pork, and simply lightly coated them in a little soft French cheese whose name I forget, but is similar in nature to Vacherin, and some boiled Spring greens.

Oh, and a gravy made of the aforementioned cider, reduced to about half its volume, with a little gravy powder and arrowroot, to season and thicken it a little further.

It was absolutely delicious. ^_^



(The roomie seemed okay with it, and left a clean plate, but was in a very quiet mood, unfortunately. I'd been hoping for a bit more of a reaction, I admit)
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Lentils Ras el Hanout

I have a small 3-pot crockpot contraption so I usually use one pot for these but they can be simmered on the stove until tender as well, cooking time depends on temperature, age of the lentils and how tender/firm you like them. How much in dry volume depends on the pot size (they don't quite double in size) and how much water or broth depends on how soupy vs dry you like them.

Some Lentils
Water or broth 2-3 times volume of lentils
1 can diced, fire roasted tomatoes, undrained
Ras el Hanout spice blend, (a little or a lot)
Some garlic
Some diced onion.

Cook until done to taste, adding liquid if they get too dry.
Crock pot 2-3 hrs on high, stove about 40 min.
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just put in the oven.. waiting for it to be ready..
home made chikin and mushroom pies..
instead of a big one i made 10 individual ones.. so can freeze some for later consumption..
but fuck my arms ache like a motherfucker .. all that fiddly pastry work...

no sides needed cause the veg is in the pie too.. i would have made mash potatoes but .. fuckit.
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Pizza! I picked up a cheap (marked down) and huge supermarket pizza the previous night, and shared it with the roomie. As it was originally just chicken, bell peppers, and red onion, I felt it needed a bit more to really go anywhere, plus needing some extra tomato, given store-made pizzas going out of date tend to go rather dry, with what little tomato's on them getting drawn into the base.

So.. a full tear-down was called for, taking off the chicken, peppers, onion, and cheese, before adding a can of tomato (minus most of the juice), mixed up with garlic, oregano, basil, rosemary, and pepper. Then, plenty of bacon, pre-cooked and drained, to ensure it didn't leave the pizza wet during cooking (it's very cheap bacon, but tasty), short julienned parsnip (again, cooked first), then original toppings, and finally a few mushrooms, nicely thickly sliced.

This was followed by the LEGO Batman Movie. So, not a bad night at all. ^_^ (His first time, my second)
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Am making veggie beef soup base. Corn, peas, carrots, lima beans, green beans, lentils, and onions. Will store it and add barley or noodles or potatoes later.
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Well, I goofed.

Got out some soup base, put it in a small pot with water and barley, turned it on low, and went to play a game.

Clean forgot it too. No, cooking on low for three and a half hours is not good for soup.

We're still getting the smell of charred food out.
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Diced up pork shoulder, getting rid of most of the fat (tedious work), gently fried with a sliced leek and three sliced asparagus stalks. After a bit, I added some of the second home-made cider, and let that reduce down to maybe a third of its original volume, thickening with a little arrowroot. Seasoning provided by pepper, sage, a little thyme, some garlic paste, and a teensy bit of smoked paprika. Finally, about ⅔ tin of borlotti beans, all served on a rice bed. Oh, and there was a tiny bit of sugar involved, and a dash of balsamic vinegar.
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Super late 3AM hungry-sleepy foodZ:

1/2 tin garbanzo beans
Tbsp jarred pesto
Dash of hot smoked paprika

Stir-nuke-n-nom

Eaten with a couple of slices of sharp cheddar, some olives and a stinky pickle.
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Homemade chili. It's about half peppers and onions by volume and is quite good.
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I've just joined a communal garden, and got some goodies out of it already -- two small beetroots, a radish, herbs (basically stuff that had been planted too tightly, so it had to go) and the tastiest rocket ever.

I used up all of the beetroots. I sliced the root part really thinly, diced the stalk, and stir-fried this with an onion. Then I cut the leaves and added it to the pot, along with some spiralised courgettes that I had in the fridge. I added a can of meatballs in tomato sauce (super cheap!), and at the end, fresh herbs: parsley, mint, a bit of garlic.

I served it with couscous.

It was yummy! I'm glad I used up all the parts of the beetroots. It really bulks up the volume, and it adds texture and slightly different tastes to the mix. Loved it!

Oh, and I also had an infusion of fresh mint leaves.
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I made the most fantastic leftovers thingy for lunch with some veggies that needed to be used today and the bottom of a jar of salsa. With chickpeas, charred mini sweet peppers, broccoli, and mushrooms over rice - along with chunks of red onions, lots of garlic, the salsa, both fish and oyster sauce, cider vinegar, chili-garlic sauce, and sugar... over rice. I call it Sweet-n-Sour Touski à la Olé.™

Alas, woe is me, I didn't measure anything, and I'll probably never be able to recreate this concoction again. The joys of the avant-garde chef are few and ephemeral...
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Teriyaki chicken with brown rice, broccoli, and carrots.
Got a small apple pie from the store and some vanilla ice cream for dessert.
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