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Old 12-27-2012, 03:44 PM   #11
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I'm thinking of creamy cajun chicken with some of my leftovers.
I like the sound of Creamy Cajun Chicken Pac, would you be able to share your recipe please?
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Old 12-27-2012, 03:54 PM   #12
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What ever you call a shepherds pie using beef.
Cottage pie.

Good idea. I'll see if I have any frozen corn.
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Old 12-27-2012, 03:57 PM   #13
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I like the sound of Creamy Cajun Chicken Pac, would you be able to share your recipe please?
I believe this is it Creamy Cajun Chicken Pasta Recipe - Food.com - 39087 but mine looks creamier (see my album) and I use waaay more cajun seasoning.
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Old 12-27-2012, 04:05 PM   #14
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Sounds good Pac, I bet it would be good with shrimp/prawns too. I may have to consider something like this for tonight. I will be doing chicken something...
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Old 12-27-2012, 05:43 PM   #15
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12/27/12 dinner

Any ideas for tonight? I am going to render duck fat with one of the ducks later this week probably so I'm not going to use the ducks just yet.

I feel like eating the beef tongue or the pork belly. Ideas? :)


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Everything I have:

fridge:
eggs, spoiled milk, smart balance butter, “regular” butter, mayonnaise, mustard, quinoa, honey, red pepper paste 고초장, orange 1, anchovy seasoning 멸치다시다, grey poupon sauce, 357 magnum hot sauce (very hot), ketchup, grape jelly, pure maple syrup, ginger, 1 opened pack of 'bacon ends & pieces', white rice,

freezer:
eel, cheese 4 slices, bile, beef tongue, tripe, Philippine beetles, whole tilapia 1, pork belly, 2 whole ducks, 1 pack of 'bacon ends & pieces', ground pork (50% fat/ 50% meat), a bag of pig hocks,

laying on counter:
beef suet (oil from beef fat), lard (oil from pig fat), red wine ‘menage a trois’, organic sugar

cabinet:
baking powder, cornstarch, oats, onion powder, polenta, red wine vinegar, apple cider vinegar, balsamic vinegar, sesame oil, canned sardines, pine nuts, chicken broth, salsa, tomato sauce 2 cans, garbanzo beans 1 can, coconut milk 1 can, bbq sauce, self rising cornmeal mix, white whole wheat flour, corn masa flour, pure can sugar dark brown (brown sugar), blue corn meal, bourbon, dry gin, chili 15 bean soup dry beans, shrimp bouillon cubes, beef bouillon cubes, chicken bouillon cubes, extra virgin olive oil, course ground malabar black pepper, light corn syrup, pepper supreme (mix of 4 peppers), garlic powder, garlic salt, garam masala, grill mates 5 fiery pepper seasoning, ginisang bagoong, hawaiian kiawe smoke sea salt, gourmet garlic sea salt,

ground ginger, ground red pepper (cayenne pepper), ground turmeric, ground cinnamon, ground nutmeg, ground cumin, ground coriander, ground mustard, seasoning salt, thyme, rosemary, whole black peppercorns, whole roasted sesame seeds, steak seasoning, dried red peppers, pure vanilla extract, seasoned salt, sage powder, chili powder, grill mates spicy Montreal steak seasoning, paprika, dill weed, cloves powder, basil leaves, oregano leaves, bay leaves, curry powder, soy sauce, fish sauce, teriyaki souce, white vinegar, liquid aminos braggs, red pepper powder
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I made the turkey cutlets with brown rice cake "panko" again, but this time did it on the griddler - big mistake. Next time I will sear and finish in the oven like the first time. They were dry on the inside and not crunchy on the outside. But they tasted fine. We had cucumbers, tomatoes and the gluten/yeast/egg-free flatbread I made which is actually very good!
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Old 12-27-2012, 06:06 PM   #17
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Sounds good Pac, I bet it would be good with shrimp/prawns too. I may have to consider something like this for tonight. I will be doing chicken something...
With shrimp it would be fantastic. Great idea.
So simple and so good
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Old 12-27-2012, 07:02 PM   #18
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one of the frozen dinners in my fridge.
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We had hot chicken sandwiches and home fries, 'cause I remembered that there were some boiled potatoes in the fridge that needed to get used up. I had a small oops. I used far too much stock, so I ran out of roux and had to finish thickening the gravy with corn starch. It was all pretty tasty.
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I made the turkey cutlets with brown rice cake "panko" again, but this time did it on the griddler - big mistake. Next time I will sear and finish in the oven like the first time. They were dry on the inside and not crunchy on the outside. But they tasted fine. We had cucumbers, tomatoes and the gluten/yeast/egg-free flatbread I made which is actually very good!
Would you be open to sharing the flatbread recipe please? I so enjoy making breads of any type.
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