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Old 08-17-2014, 12:02 PM   #1
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Sunday Night Dinner 8/17/14

In my family Sunday night dinner was always a big deal. It's now my tradition too.

Tonight I'm making Roasted Beef Shoulder with potatoes and carrots!

What about y'all?

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Old 08-17-2014, 12:18 PM   #2
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I've already had the big meal for today, sort of a brunch.

I had bangers, oven roasted zucchini, onions and garlic, with a side of cottage cheese.

I'm not sure if the bangers are authentic or not, I mixed up a quarter of this recipe yesterday and let it mellow in the fridge overnight.

Homemade British Bangers and the Search for Rusk | The Paupered Chef

I substituted dry bread crumbs for the rusks and dried sage for the fresh. I did not whip the mixture or stuff it into casings, I just shaped it into patties and fried it in a lightly oiled CI pan. I very much enjoyed the spice combination. I think next time I will add a little cayenne or a dash more ginger. This is going into the file for the winter/Christmas season!
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Old 08-17-2014, 12:21 PM   #3
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That sounds wonderful!

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Old 08-17-2014, 12:39 PM   #4
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Herb-crusted and roasted pork loin, steamed baby asparagus and, since the Italian green beans are still bearing, a bowl of them steamed and topped with a little butter, quartered fresh tomatoes, iced tea and, for dessert...just-made blackberry cobbler.
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Ooh, blackberry cobbler sounds delicious! Matter of fact, it all sounds great.

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Ooh, blackberry cobbler sounds delicious! Matter of fact, it all sounds great.

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Our blackberry vines have been very generous the last couple of years and the cobbler recipe is one of the best I've tried. It came out of the July 2012 issue of Southern Living magazine. Check out this link to get the recipe.

I usually add extra blackberries and sprinkle the top generously with sanding sugar before I put it in to bake. Pretty darn tasty!!
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Thank you! I'll have to try it out. :)

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Since I had my big meal for breakfast (two eggs, steamed kale, brown rice), I'm going with another monster salad tonight. My meals are so boring and predictable at this time of year. I got to cook something different yesterday thanks to TL and Stirling visiting for late lunch, but back to the grind.
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Do you put anything on your kale after you steam it?

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Tonight there will be an encore appearance of the Pinoy Pork Barbecue we had for dinner Friday night.
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