Old 21st July 2010, 16:12   #521
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Classic Fry Up - the full heart attack on a plate.

Eggs, bacon, chipolatas, saute potato, tomatos, fried slice, toast, honey, coffee.

Most enjoyable meal I've had all month.

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Old 22nd July 2010, 02:07   #522
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Lots and lots of seafood at restaurants throughout Avalon and Cape May, New Jersey.

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Old 22nd July 2010, 05:56   #523
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cooked myself a burger. Would have liked to have gone out.
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Old 29th July 2010, 22:13   #525
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Unfortunately I've had nothing for dinner... Too much work, just junk food and an old apple...
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Old 29th July 2010, 22:18   #526
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^ dood. When in a pinch, just eat your arm!

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Old 29th July 2010, 22:19   #527
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^ dood. When in a pinch, just eat your arm!

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Old 29th July 2010, 22:22   #528
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Old 30th July 2010, 08:44   #529
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Just tried it but I can't chew them. Maybe it's because I didn't fry them... Well, it's better that way.
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^ Yes...yes..it is.I got taken out to din-din-! I had Manhattan Clam Chowder and a Combo of Lobster, Clam and Oyster in Butter, white white and parsley both. Oh, and steamed corn. *burp*
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Old 2nd August 2010, 14:05   #531
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^ Clam bake!!!! (from the sounds of it). Yum!
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It had a whole small Lobster in it! And yes, yes it was Yummy! prrrrrrrrrrr
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Old 3rd August 2010, 04:31   #533
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We have an excellent and inexpensive fresh seafood market in town. It's in this old crappy building that used to be the alternator shop. Todays offering was fresh oysters so I did about a dozen of those on the barbecue. All the stuff is in tanks. The crabs will still take off one of your fingers. That's pretty fresh
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Oh, YUM!!! Yeah, the place I went to was a Lil' Bare Bones joint down in Amityville, LI. But the food,,,,,inexpensive, but fantastic.
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Tonight was farmed trout ala Costco. I floured and grilled it stuffed with a couple bay leaf, a few allspice and some ultra thin lemon slices. You have to use thin, because cooked lemon will become bitter and overpowering. Fresh lemon squeeze on top when cooked. I got it just right, the skin was all nice and crunchy. Perfecto.
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Old 7th August 2010, 11:06   #536
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Hi,
Lost night i had crab stuffed portebella mushroom with baked asparagus and brown rice. Tonight I have had four chicken drummetts hot wing style.

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Old 11th August 2010, 03:20   #538
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A few nights ago I came up with scallops cooked in a chipotle chile in adobo sauce / citrus reduction. It was quite good, and healthy as I've still got about three pounds to go (I splurged this weekend and did a clam bake of my own --- annual in-law get together with close friends in northern michigan).

Anyway, the goal is to recreate the scallops tomorrow. I'll keep track of what I did and post it if I get it right.
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most probably it will be north Indian food...I love that..
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Old 13th August 2010, 19:24   #544
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Old 13th August 2010, 22:19   #545
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Last night I had Crab stuffed portebella mushroom with baked asparagus and brown rice.
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When I was in Mexico, I had a spicy dish full of steak strips, onions, peppers, beans and some things that looked like little corn-on-the-cob pieces with rice on the side. It was really good.


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Old 14th August 2010, 11:25   #547
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That looks good Ted. Substitute five spice for the chillie and you have a classic Chinese stir fry.

I've had those baby corn before, they were quite trendy a few years back. Bit tastless compared to the real thing I thought.

Breakfast time here, bacon sarnie and a cup of coffee.

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Radiatore with a red sauce that I made out of a jar of Prego and a bunch of random Italian spices in the cabinet. I added some Parmesan and made up some garlic bread (toss buttered bread in the toaster oven and then add garlic salt/parsley flakes). Served with some random 2005 Portuguese red wine that got shipped as part of a wine club delivery. No salad or soup because I need to go grocery shopping.

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I made Blue Cheese Burges and Watemelon/Tomato/Red Onion and Feta Salad!
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Ortega taco seasoning with ground chuck, ortega taco shells, ortega taco sauce, shreaded American cheese, ripped-up lettuce (didn't want to dirty-up the shreader).

I made 4 tacos for me and 2 more for Renee; still have some leftover taco supplies if anyone wants to come over and finish it off.

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Radiatore with a red sauce that I made out of a jar of Prego and a bunch of random Italian spices in the cabinet. I added some Parmesan and made up some garlic bread (toss buttered bread in the toaster oven and then add garlic salt/parsley flakes). Served with some random 2005 Portuguese red wine that got shipped as part of a wine club delivery. No salad or soup because I need to go grocery shopping.
What was awesome that I tried lately is from a TV ad. Ranch salad dressing, garlic and Parmesan on french bread toasted under the broiler. Freakin yum!
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Perhaps I'll give that one a try; it sounds pretty good. I like the toaster oven because it was dirt cheap to buy, heats up very quickly, and makes it so I don't have to fuss with the oven nearly as much, especially when most of my meals are for either one or two.

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^Toaster Ovens are one of the best things! No kitchen heat, a quick meal, and did I mention..no kitchen heat!
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Heh, the New York style furnace!

It used to be common to have electric bills but no gas bills when renting an apartment in NYC, but, the range/oven would often be gas, so instead of running the electric baseboard or throug-the-wall heaters, people would often just run the broiler with the door open and/or the burners to keep the place warm, without running up the electric bill.

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I have one of the best sushi places on the planet within walking distance, so I had some tonkatsu and some nigiri stuff and a couple tuna rolls.

If you get within 30 miles of Hillsbucket, check these guys.

http://sushinmakior.com/sushi-hillsboro-index.htm

I didn't find anything better in SF. Awesome is a half word

I've never heated with an oven, except to leave it open after I made something to eat. I am not in a position to replace my primary bedroom heat source, which was a 90lb, 3500 btu Rottweiler that snored.

I iisten for the snore. It wakes me. The dog would not be snoring if anything was wrong. My feet seek the right of the foot of my bed, now inert to give me heat.

Aw hell, I'll just crack the damned dial on my EBB and pay some more to "Piggy". "Piggy" is our pet name in Oregon for "Portland General Electric". In my electric bill is tearing down an ill conceived nuke plant making cheap NW energy the most expensive in the country. Hell, I got a hydrodam sitting a couple hours down the road here that powers California.

It's getting marginal, but I figure it might be better to support Alpo

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More tacos. I had frozen the leftover meat from my last post. No one actually showed up to finish it off, so today I thawed it and made three more tacos. I remembered the Frank's RedHot this time. I have no idea how I forgot last time.

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You'd probably do better with a few drops (and I mean a few drops) of El Yucateco habanero sauce and a good glug of Cholula. Look in your Mexican aisle at the supermarket. Cholula is sweet and savory warm. A few drops of El Yucateco would probably repel a dobie, but ya only live once

Find that Mexican aisle or visit your local homegrown market. Cholula is $5 for a quart in the Mexican aisle and $4.39 for an 8oz bottle where we'd look.

Eating a bunch of peppers is really good for your insides.

If you're really gonna fire up a taco Ted, you could make it look like the Tex Mex ones Americans are used to, but to be really tasty, look up the way Mexicans make them. The meat being "carnitas", fresh cilantro, lettuce, tom, maybe some cheese and a good squeeze of lime juice. The crispy, carmelised braised pork and lime juice are the bullet, no matter what you do with the rest.

Hell. it's even got a wiki:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carnitas

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Well i was quite good yesterday
I cooked a full roast lunch for my family consisting of
pork
sprouts
honey roasted carrots and parsnips
garlic roasted potatoes
home made apple sauce
home mad stuffing and gravy :P

very proud of myself i was..normally i just cook basic things..I spent 4 hours in that kitchen last night lol
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The thing I really like about Frank's is that I can use a lot and get a lot of taste with only some heat. Those stronger sauces don't give as much flavor, just lots of heat. I use those kinds of sauces in chili and other big batch recipes.

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