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    Default On the menu today.


    Steak, blood rear, from my iron pan.
    Mashed potatoes, made with butter and cream; no light stuff in my kitchen.
    Fried tomato and -onion.

    Wine: Torres – Sangre de toro.



    Followed by coffee and Carlos 1 brandy.

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    Tonight was pizza and wings with a first try at bread pudding, homemade brioche with caramel.




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    Philly Cheesesteak
    Cold PBR
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    MMMM today was homemade pizza. Handtossed crust by me of course just make sure its light as possible on the flour or the wife gets mad it can make a mess flying around. Homemade sauce, layer of fresh basil, some spinach, mushrooms, olives, sun dried tomatoes, lotsa mozzarella, and some fresh grated parmesan mmmmmmmm. No pics I just ran across this thread now after dinner.

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    Last night I made a broccoli and cheese soup that rivals most restaurant versions. Sides was just a little bread and butter. Will have to take pictures next time.

    My favorite thing to make though is deserts. Always eat desert first then you never have to worry about being too full to enjoy it. Have a Mocha Icebox cake in my fridge currently.

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    Delicious Barbecued Pork chops with mac and cheese and collard greens, PBR X 2. Far from gourmet fair but it was very good and filled me up in a hurry. Every day a holiday and every meal a feast.
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    Easy to prepare and a good meal.
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    Default A nice rib eye grilled on the Egg...

    I was on my own for dinner as my wife and kids are off on a little road trip.



    Now I have to pick out a cigar and beverage.......
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    Default Steak and Kidney Pie

    Ladies and Gentlemen,

    I just completed a proper Steak and Kidney pie from an old English cookbook I have. This is outstandingly good eating and I highly recommend trying it. Delicious!

    My friends from the UK out there - what are your thoughts on it and any recipes (like your Mum's) to share?

    Alembic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alembic View Post
    Ladies and Gentlemen,

    I just completed a proper Steak and Kidney pie from an old English cookbook I have. This is outstandingly good eating and I highly recommend trying it. Delicious!

    My friends from the UK out there - what are your thoughts on it and any recipes (like your Mum's) to share?

    How about sharing your recipe?

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