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    Default just wanted to share tonight's dinner with you guys..

    enjoying life quite a bit these days.. i figured i'd share photos for all you foodies out there..
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    Nice!
    We needed a dinner thread. Let's fill her up.
    Victor; you made me hungry, and it's time for brunch over here.


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    otto,

    let's all shave on a full stomach!

    anyone want the recipe or ideas for another good meal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vthomlinson View Post
    otto,

    let's all shave on a full stomach!

    anyone want the recipe or ideas for another good meal?
    Good idea my friend. I would love the recipe.


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    Default Fellow foodie

    As a chef what are some of your favorite Spices/herbs? Mine at the moment are smoked paperika(spanish), aji amerillo,spainish thyme, and an assortment of chile powders.

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    My all time favourite dish is Cajun blackened fish. I have set a few smoke alarms off making it.

    You can find the recipe in Paul K's cookbook.
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    Plus a change, plus c'est la mme chose. Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr.

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    Default Poached Herring

    One of my favorite dishes to make (and eat) is:

    Poached Herring fresh from the fjord.
    Served with mashed potatoes (made with butter and sour cream).
    Flat rye bread with butter and pickled cucumber on the side and a dash of sour cream.
    Hansa Pilsner and Liten's Export Aquavit makes it even better.
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    Gents, Bravo!! Beautiful work.

    My creative efforts are sporadic - mostly confined to sourdough breads. Occaissionally, inspiration hits.

    Last ones were working w/ whole pork sirloin roasts. I spiral cut the roast along the long axis, leaving roughly a 9"x13"x3/4" slab to be populated by ingredients of choice, rolled up, and roasted in a clay baker. Two options for ingredients: 1) sun dried tomatoes and capers, and 2) carmelize large onion and a green apple. Spread stuffing ingredients over slab of meat. Roll up, holding together w/ toothpicks, if needed. Bake in clay baker, dutch oven, or the like for about 40-45 min at 350 or so. Check for being done. Clay baker usually fully cooks 2 roasts in about 50 min.

    Keep posting, guys your work stands tall!

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    ok victor, you have made up for that video of the fat. now for a recipe and i will forgive you in full. i dont eat beef or pork so it is nice to find new poultry recipes now and then.

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    Cooked a little bread ravioli and chicken parm, pretty decent dinner finished with my favorite brownie sundae.

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