What are you eating?

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Pohjolas Daughter

Quote from: LKB on July 26, 2022, 11:16:03 AM
My usual Tuesday brunch, a crab omelet plus trimmings.  ;D
Mmmm!  :)

Quote from: DavidW on July 26, 2022, 02:49:01 PM
Here you go: https://dishingouthealth.com/butter-cauliflower-recipe/

Nice!  I cooked black bean quesadillas earlier in the summer and chicken quesadillas more recently.

My recent cooking was a meatloaf, and I tried my new onion dicer.  It really saves time!
Thanks for the link.  I'll check it out.

Meatloaf, so what do you top yours with?  Haven't made one in some time though I remember fondly enjoying meatloaf sandwiches later in the week.  My mom, if I'm recalling correctly, used to top hers with a combo of Heinz's Chili Sauce, a bit of brown sugar and also a bit of powdered mustard?  Haven't ever tried a hand-operated veggie chopper (other than a knife).  If I'm doing a lot of chopping or slicing, I'll used either a food processor or a mandoline.  I've cheated before when caramelizing onions using a food processor, but the results aren't as consistent as I'd like.

PD

DavidW

It is like a square lattice of blades and you hand press the vegetable through it.

Pohjolas Daughter

Quote from: DavidW on July 27, 2022, 07:23:00 AM
It is like a square lattice of blades and you hand press the vegetable through it.
I've seen things like that before advertised on t.v.  Does it work well on other veggies (if you have tried it yet)?

PD

DavidW

Quote from: Pohjolas Daughter on July 27, 2022, 10:23:22 AM
I've seen things like that before advertised on t.v.  Does it work well on other veggies (if you have tried it yet)?

PD

Not on potatoes nor tomatoes (but the manual warned about that) but yeah.  The key is some slicing is needed to not do too much pressing at once unless you're strong.

Pohjolas Daughter

Just finished making some corn chowder...yum!  New recipe to me from FineCooking magazine.  Main ingredients:

Lots of fresh and local corn
Some diced up ham steak, red pepper, jalapeño, potatoes, celery, !onions and half and half 

Very tasty!  If you're interested, the recipe is here:  https://www.finecooking.com/recipe/summer-corn-chowder

PD

drogulus


     Yesterday I made chili. I'll have it again later this week.
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LKB

Lunch was chicken & dumplings. Dinner will be lasagna, but not for a while yet.
Mit Flügeln, die ich mir errungen...

Brian

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LKB

Breakfast is still several hours off, but for today I'm thinking pancakes, ham, scrambled eggs and coffee.  8)
Mit Flügeln, die ich mir errungen...

Pohjolas Daughter

Quote from: Brian on August 06, 2022, 11:31:43 AM
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Thanks, helpful chart!

Quote from: LKB on August 07, 2022, 12:33:05 AM
Breakfast is still several hours off, but for today I'm thinking pancakes, ham, scrambled eggs and coffee.  8)
Oh my!  Fit for a king!

No fresh fruit though?

Will have some yogurt with blueberries in a bit....probably something heavier later this morning (post-gardening).

PD

LKB

Quote from: Pohjolas Daughter on August 07, 2022, 01:18:32 AM
... Oh my!  Fit for a king!


No fresh fruit though?
...

PD

Well thanks, but l have no royal aspirations ( though there certainly have been those willing to crown me... ). I'll think about some fruit for lunch.
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OrchestralNut

Made a homemade beef stew. Delicious and filling.

Made with all local in season produce...... some from my own garden and some from the local market (green beans, green pepper, carrots, celery and celery leaves, thyme, red potatoes, Spanish onions, garlic).

Pohjolas Daughter

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Quote from: OrchestralNut on September 03, 2022, 12:00:45 PM
Made a homemade beef stew. Delicious and filling.

Made with all local in season produce...... some from my own garden and some from the local market (green beans, green pepper, carrots, celery and celery leaves, thyme, red potatoes, Spanish onions, garlic).
Sounds very tasty!

Did you save any for me?  :D  And did you have it over rice, pasta, or???  And how do you make the sauce/gravy for it?  Liquids?  Any flour?  Tomatoes?  Wine?  Do tell.  ;)

PD

LKB

Lunch at work:

Six hard-boiled eggs. All l had as l forgot to get something for a proper lunch yesterday...
Mit Flügeln, die ich mir errungen...

Pohjolas Daughter

Quote from: LKB on September 04, 2022, 02:45:14 AM
Lunch at work:

Six hard-boiled eggs. All l had as l forgot to get something for a proper lunch yesterday...
Ouch!

Trying to eat as much local corn as I can here:  the season is sooooo short and it's soooooo good!

PD

OrchestralNut

Quote from: Pohjolas Daughter on September 03, 2022, 01:20:53 PM
Sounds very tasty!

Did you save any for me?  :D  And did you have it over rice, pasta, or???  And how do you make the sauce/gravy for it?  Liquids?  Any flour?  Tomatoes?  Wine?  Do tell.  ;)

PD

Sorry for the late reply. No pasta or rice, just on its own.

Brown the stew meat after tossing it in flour, salt and pepper. That alone adds a little thickness to the sauce. Beef broth. No tomatoes but a small can of tomato paste, which I could have probably put only half of it. And no wine this time (last time I added wine and it was too boozy tasting for me).

Pohjolas Daughter

Quote from: OrchestralNut on September 12, 2022, 07:33:14 AM
Sorry for the late reply. No pasta or rice, just on its own.

Brown the stew meat after tossing it in flour, salt and pepper. That alone adds a little thickness to the sauce. Beef broth. No tomatoes but a small can of tomato paste, which I could have probably put only half of it. And no wine this time (last time I added wine and it was too boozy tasting for me).
Thanks for your reply.

A suggestion for you which you may or may not have tried in the past.  Double-concentrate tomato paste.  It comes in a tube and lasts forever; once opened, store in refrigerator.  It's very handy and you avoid using too much t.p., or wasting what's left in the can, or having to freeze it by the tablespoon in plastic wrap, etc.  There's a brand called Amore (Italian) which I really like and is easily available in supermarkets in the US.

They also make an anchovy paste one which I also use.   :)

PD

p.s.  Here, made a batch of spaghetti sauce last night with a nice green salad with tomatoes from my garden, and scallions.  I added olives to mine.  My friend who joined me in both dinner and watching the men's final at the US Open yesterday doesn't care for them.  Eggplants are coming in strong along with a modest amount of tomatoes, so I'll have to figure out how to use them.

Pohjolas Daughter

Made a bit special breakfast today:  Broiled tomatoes with fresh basil and oregano, olive oil & s&p.  Omelette with a sauté of mushrooms, onions, shallots and parsley and some chopped feta....and a glass of oj.

Life is good!

PD

LKB

No restaurant today, it's rainy and when l got off shift l wanted my bed.

So now, of course, sleep won't come. Since l hit Safeway otw home I've stocked the fridge to the point that l won't need to leave home until l had back to work Tuesday night.

I'll probably still go to breakfast tomorrow, weather permitting, and if l do chalk up  another crab omelet.  :laugh:
Mit Flügeln, die ich mir errungen...