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Old 02-15-2021, 04:13 PM
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It's not Bananas' Foster, but it'll have to do on a cold, rainy morning.
Iím not sure what that is, something with crayfish, but it sure looks good.
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Iím not sure what that is, something with crayfish, but it sure looks good.
Looks to me like it's about to become a very tasty omelette!
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Iím not sure what that is, something with crayfish, but it sure looks good.
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Looks to me like it's about to become a very tasty omelette!
Indeed it was.


Tonight, Oyster Artichoke soup. Made with broth and heavy whipping cream. The perfect recipe for a frigid night.
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Fresh home grown Butter Beans with fresh home grown Okra and NO heavy breading and fresh home grown sliced tomatoes. And a glass of sweet iced tea. A complete meal.
Yes home grown tomatoes
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Old 02-15-2021, 04:47 PM
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%%%%, that's a hard one. Crawfish pie from a street vendor? Fresh pierogies? Potato soup on a cold day? Cincinnati chili? Orange jello? Can't pick a "best."
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I have eaten all over America and my all time favorite is Alaska King Crab with melted butter on the side.

One special way to fix Alaska King Crab is to dip in a tempura coating and deep fry till the coating is done and the crab is hot.

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I wouldn't know I do not date those kind of girls.
If she cooks a mean crab, and wears slacks...

I still probably won't try any crawdads anymore.
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One special way to fix Alaska King Crab is to dip in a tempura coating and deep fry till the coating is done and the crab is hot.

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Oh I'd like to try that!!
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The King Cut at the House of Prime Rib. Pre-Covid reservations had to be made 3 months in advance.
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Just spray a little oil over them, then roast and add sweet chili glaze - I have Maggi brand for sprinkling on veggies like this, but make my own for larger dishes like the ham I glazed this week - rice vinegar, garlic, ginger, honey or brown sugar. Grind some pepper over them as well.

My closest grocery doesn't carry fresh brussels, so I keep a couple of bags of frozen on-hand. [email protected], two servings for me.
thanks for the tips....i have some sweet chili sauces already, so i will give that a try and go from there....

some/most of the grocery will carry the spouts on stalks when they are in season and i tried one. After i tossed the stalk, i found out you can eat them.

I also bought some to freeze to see how well they take. But so far havent defrosted. Once i do, i will do the sweet chili version.

I found that roasting some vegetables is the cats meow. one one of my cooking classes, the chef did roasted beets with some olive oil, salt, pepper and a sprig of rosemary. that hooked me and it was like eating candy.

have you looked at trying to grow some sprouts? Im more of a plant it and leave it so if it cant do it without my help, it wont live.
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Old 02-16-2021, 06:16 PM
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Brussels sweeten when cooked, like onion. Totally transformed.

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have you looked at trying to grow .
Yeah, I would love to grow many foods, but my life (frequent travel) and the heat here in ATL prohibits it. My last GF had a wonderful veg garden and I absolutely loved it, but I could never maintain one myself with my current occupation. I have a fair amount of equipment for indoor growing (aeroponics) but my thumbs are as far from green as it gets. Nothing I've started has every grown to fruition..
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Even a $4-on-clearance strip from Kroger can be excellent when cooked right (6hrs sous vide finished on the grill..)
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Beef (or pork) commercial with lots of good gravy. Called something other than that most places (beef sandwich). Mashed potatoes with beef slices on top of good bread buttered with cream cheese and gravy on top. Really excellent on a cold winter's day like this.

Otherwise, baked halibut in Sitka, Alaska next to the harbor. Superb. But I'm happy with any good food.
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