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Old 08-13-2016, 08:07 PM   #11
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Thanks, Kayelle!

It turned out quite tasty
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Old 08-13-2016, 10:38 PM   #12
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Delicious sounding meals! Joey and GG, your dinners look like winners again. However, our dinner was very yummy and I'm not jealous this time.

We ended up with salad, prosciutto-wrapped figs stuffed with goat cheese, broccoli, and chicken. I took one of the wedges of my preserved lemon and cut it fine, and made a bath of a tiny bit of lemon juice, olive oil, smashed garlic, and rosemary for the chicken pieces to rest in. After sauteing them, I moved them to a plate and sauteed mushroom slices. Added the chicken back when the mushrooms were done and tossed some rinsed capers into the pan. Today, instead of just steaming the broccoli, I put a couple Tbsp of water into a frypan until it started to throw off steam, melted a couple Tbsp of butter into the pan, and kinda sauteed/steamed the broccoli. Turned out so much better!
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Old 08-13-2016, 10:40 PM   #13
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Heh, I just noticed that I used all the same patterned plates. That doesn't usually happen!
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Old 08-13-2016, 11:26 PM   #14
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Delicious sounding meals! Joey and GG, your dinners look like winners again. However, our dinner was very yummy and I'm not jealous this time.

We ended up with salad, prosciutto-wrapped figs stuffed with goat cheese, broccoli, and chicken. I took one of the wedges of my preserved lemon and cut it fine, and made a bath of a tiny bit of lemon juice, olive oil, smashed garlic, and rosemary for the chicken pieces to rest in. After sauteing them, I moved them to a plate and sauteed mushroom slices. Added the chicken back when the mushrooms were done and tossed some rinsed capers into the pan. Today, instead of just steaming the broccoli, I put a couple Tbsp of water into a frypan until it started to throw off steam, melted a couple Tbsp of butter into the pan, and kinda sauteed/steamed the broccoli. Turned out so much better!
Nice, pass the Figs please.
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Pork piccatta and spaghetti with fresh tomato sauce..
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Old 08-14-2016, 04:40 PM   #16
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Last night I made some enchiladas. I cooked the hamburg in the cast iron and then dumped in some finely diced onions along with some grated cheddar cheese and half a can of enchilada sauce. Then I filled the tortillas with the meat and topped it with more sauce and cheese. I put some jalapenos on half of them (for me).
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