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Discussion in 'The Mess Hall' started by DoctorShavegood, Jan 1, 2018.
Arroz con pollo with homemade flour tortillas
Something quick and simple
SWMBO had her birthday yesterday. She said, "take me over to Quality Seafood" for lunch. It's way on the other side of Austin, some call it the north. Anyway, the traffic was really bad and so was my attitude. When I took the first bite of their seafood gumbo my heart smiled.
When we were through she said, "that was awesome!" "Now take me to the liquor store and buy us some moonshine." I said, "whaaaat???!!!" Don't argue with birthday women.
We made it home safely.
Another no-knead rye loaf, this time with caraway. This turned out almost as good as the Julia Child, and it couldn't be much simpler to make. A larger version of this loaf might become a standard around the house.
You’re killing me Smalls!!!!
You know I’m gonna have to try some bread making at home soon!!
That is a very simple recipe. When I'm actually sitting at a real keyboard and not just a phone, I'll post it.
Tonight was a simple steak salad over arugula with a Thai inspired dressing and crispy shallots...
Very nice. My favorite. Add a few shavings of fennel for that little something. A horseradish dressing could bring it to the top.
Very good, you just need to lose the green stuff(!)
Charcuterie at last nights wife's Christmas Party at the Fairmont downtown. Poured down rain the whole way there. It was a mad house trying to see the road and get there alive. But, it was worth it. The chicken and duck pate was fabulous. The log in the center was a spicy hot chorizo of some sort.
Looks really scrumptious!
Yum Yum Yum!!!
That brisket flat pastrami. I already put most of it away before I remembered to take a pic.
And another rye loaf to go with all the pastrami. The last one from this batch of dough.
All I can say is....
Since it's cold and wet I thought I'd make a belly warmer.
Hunked up roast and onion browning in BACON grease.
'Taters, carrots, cream of mushroom soup, and kitchen bouquet added then water to cover.
Simmer, simmer, simmer.
I think we have stew.
Got some friends over for Sunday lunch and doing roast rib of beef.