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Old 01-14-2019, 07:11 PM   #11
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The oyster mushrooms in an onion, garlic, thyme, butter, white wine, cream sauce over homemade pasta.
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Old 01-14-2019, 07:14 PM   #12
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The oyster mushrooms in an onion, garlic, thyme, butter, white wine, cream sauce over homemade pasta.
That's a great combo..yummy!
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Old 01-14-2019, 07:28 PM   #13
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The oyster mushrooms in an onion, garlic, thyme, butter, white wine, cream sauce over homemade pasta.
Yeah, Im definitely liking that.
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Old 01-14-2019, 07:40 PM   #14
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You betcha! Oh man, med, I need some o' that for dinner. I'm craving something creamy, earthy, and pasta-y.

And on the feast day of my good buddy from Texas, Casey T. Dog. (He says the T stands for Tiberius, but don't be fooled.)

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You betcha! Oh man, med, I need some o' that for dinner. I'm craving something creamy, earthy, and pasta-y.

And on the feast day of my good buddy from Texas, Casey T. Dog. (He says the T stands for Tiberius, but don't be fooled.)

He wishes his initials were JTK! so do I for thst matter, except Jamie as the first name.
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And thanks guys, it was really good. Craig was back for seconds so I doubt there is much left, if any.
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Old 01-14-2019, 08:09 PM   #18
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Got some giant (around 1.25-1.33 Lb. each) bone-in skin on chicken breasts on sale. I vacuum packed them and two will be our dinner tonight. I'm going to sous vide the chicken breasts and finish them in a skillet to crisp the skin. I'll also make stuffing and steamed green beans.
I cooked the breasts sous vide for an hour at 150║F then deboned them and browned and crisped the skin in a skillet. This was outstanding! The meat was super juicy and tender. SO, originally skeptical because of the low cooking time, came around quickly when she tasted it. This sous vide recipe resulted in the most dramatic improvement over regular cooking I've experienced yet.
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My wife would argue that every dinner with me is the Feast of the Ass Dinner, but that's a whole other story.

Korean Stone Bowl, with Brown rice, sauteed shiitake mushrooms, bean sprouts, Chinese Spinach and a bunch of other stuff. Home made Spring Rolls and steamed vegetable buns.
love it - also love your dinner. Home made Spring Rolls-how talented.

My dinner tonight was Blue Crab clusters with brown butter and green bean casserole.
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Old 01-14-2019, 08:34 PM   #20
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love it - also love your dinner. Home made Spring Rolls-how talented..
There are two diffrerent brands of spring roll wrappers sold at our local Asian Market. One holds up very well, the other not so well ( they burst when cooking). I make the spring rolls not often enough to remember which is the good brand. So, sure enough, I bought the bad brand of spring roll wrappers so, although they tasted good, 50% split open. I have now saved the packaging so I dont buy them again. Although, knowing me, Ill think I saved the packaging cause they were the good ones, and buy them again.
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