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Old 01-03-2014, 08:34 PM   #1
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Saturday 04/01/2014 Dinner

Hi, Today i have made a "Tortino" (I don't know how translate this in English). it's very simple and Fast... You make the "Pasta Briseč", cook the vegetable (zucchini, onions and if you want peppers), and when the vegetable are almost cooked put then on "Pasta Briseč" previously stretched on a baking pan and covered with small pieces of Leerdammer and at the end put on 3 or 4 slices di Speck on the vegetables and to cover with batter made with two or three eggs mixed with chees (Parmigiani Reggiano),black pepper and single cream.

Recipe for Home made "Pasta Briseč":

250 gr of superfine flour
1 or 2 eggs
125 gr butter
7,5 salt
enough water

Knead vigorously until the dough will be homogeneus and smooth.


Cooking in bakery at 180 °C for 30 minute

At the next recipe !

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Old 01-04-2014, 05:48 AM   #2
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Yesterday was my major shopping day of the month. I'm working on ideas for what to make with all my goodies, and the order in which to make them.

I started off yesterday cooking a boneless sirloin pork roast, braised in beer and it came already seasoned with herbs and garlic. When done, I just sliced it and covered the slices with the braising liquid for storage. It was a great buy, marked down by half to $1.48/#.

Today will be oyster stew, turkey stuffing and collard greens. I'll need turkey broth for both the stuffing and greens, so I'll get that started first. I got 6 huge turkey neck pieces yesterday. Each of the 3 piece packages weighed over 2 pounds!
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Old 01-04-2014, 06:38 PM   #3
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Family over so it was lasagne, Cesar salad, garlic bread with cheese. Pavlova for dessert.
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Old 01-04-2014, 06:50 PM   #4
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We were unexpectedly called away for a family issue so I threw together a casserole with rice, kielbasa and soup. It's in the oven right now.
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Old 01-04-2014, 07:04 PM   #5
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I'm trying a new recipe: Braised Chicken Legs with White Wine, Bacon, Cipolline Onions & Mushrooms. We don't care for mushrooms, so I left those out, and had no cipollines, so used a yellow onion. It smells wonderful. I'm going to serve it over egg noodles and it just occurred to me to throw in some thawed frozen peas a few minutes before it's done. That will have to count as our green veg
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Old 01-04-2014, 08:02 PM   #6
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I made sausage jambalaya. It was something quick an easy.
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Old 01-04-2014, 08:22 PM   #7
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Jr called and said they are driving into the city tomorrow, so I invited them for lunch/ dinner. Saving making today's chicken casserole til then.

Tonight I am having an everything bagel, cream cheese, hot smoked peppered salmon and a little red onion on top. And a bowl of tomato basil soup. Oyster Crackers.

I went to the store today in search of Oysters for oyster stew, don't know where Steve K finds his, not at my market I guess. I don't usually Like oysters that much, but I like the flavor. At the store, there was a frenzy, pending the up-coming week's cold snap. No Carts available. The fresh flowers were almost sold out. I guess it's nice to think of your sweetie in times like this. What's worse, there was almost a Riot in the Soft Drink Aisle. NO Coca Cola. They were on sale, but really , not that big a sale. . I would have avoided and probably wouldn't have notice except this was near where I got in line to pay and go. Get as Fast As I Could. The temp dropped only 5 degrees from when I started out until I got home again.

Ahh. Hot Soup. Slippers. Football Playoffs on the tv. I think my Kids missed me. I'm staying In.
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Yesterday I made a ham that I heated in apple cider then made a glaze with ginger, brown sugar, apple cider and spiced rum. I also made smoked gouda macaroni and cheese.

We ate that as leftovers tonight.
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Yesterday I made a ham that I heated in apple cider then made a glaze with ginger, brown sugar, apple cider and spiced rum. I also made smoked gouda macaroni and cheese.

We ate that as leftovers tonight.
This sounds like a terrific ham glaze and sauce. By the spoonful !
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Stirling is still feeling queasy. I'm not very energetic. I just threw a chicken drumstick in the toaster oven and cooked it to 165°F. I'll probably munch something else later.
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