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Old 12-29-2013, 08:04 PM   #11
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Buffalo Pierogies.
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Old 12-29-2013, 08:13 PM   #12
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The plan was to tailgate and try out the new sous vide immersion controller. We over slept so it was dinner instead.

Sweet italian sausage with parsley and garlics pasta. Some sauteed peppers/onions/mushrooms to go with it as well.

I browned the sausage with a blow torch.

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Old 12-29-2013, 08:46 PM   #13
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Looks easy and delicious!
Super easy and good. I used cubed pork instead of ground pork (had some thawed). Substituted leeks for the green onions since I had some, tossed in some celery and green pepper, used the white part of some lemon grass I pulled out of the pot in the kitchen, and a splash of fish sauce, squeezed some lime juice on top at the end with the cilantro, mint, thai basil and bean sprouts. Definitely a dish I'll make again. Leftovers for breakfast!
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Old 12-29-2013, 11:16 PM   #14
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We had a French omelette with scallions and Gruyère cubes, hot buttered whole grain toast on the side.

I made this microwave fudge for dessert: http://www.cooks.com/recipe/s24yr5e1...ave-fudge.html. This was more the consistency I was hoping for. The only difference in this recipe, from the previous one I tried, is nuke for 2 1/2 minutes instead of only 2 minutes.
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Old 12-30-2013, 04:30 AM   #15
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To heck with the fried fish... how were you able to use so many smilies and post so many pics in one post? I know I've run into a limit several times before and had to delete smilies and post the pics over two posts...

But seriously, lovely dinner. Beautiful breading.
cheers pac,the potato flour/starch/farina,whatever,was super crisp from beginning to end,mate!!defo be using that again!!the smilies?"that's the power of lurvvvve"as the song goes!!dunno,it bounces my posts if there are more than 9 smileys,including those in another members quoted post,whether there are pics or not?
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Old 12-30-2013, 04:33 AM   #16
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The plan was to tailgate and try out the new sous vide immersion controller. We over slept so it was dinner instead.

Sweet italian sausage with parsley and garlics pasta. Some sauteed peppers/onions/mushrooms to go with it as well.

I browned the sausage with a blow torch.
ah hah,so you've got a camera too,frank.who'd have thought it?nice job,mate!!lovin' those blowtorch browned "bangers"!!
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Old 12-30-2013, 04:37 AM   #17
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back at you on the taste & style!!those pierogies are the bomb!nice job,mate!!
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My son is heading out for a 5 month cruise with Carnival Tours. He will be playing his guitar in on of the lounges. We had a farewell dinner of pizza in a restaurant in Ottawa with his siblings....
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My son is heading out for a 5 month cruise with Carnival Tours. He will be playing his guitar in on of the lounges. We had a farewell dinner of pizza in a restaurant in Ottawa with his siblings....
Sounds wonderful, he will come back with some memories that will stay with him for a lifetime!

Love, exciting and new. Come Aboard. We're expecting you~~~~~
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My son is heading out for a 5 month cruise with Carnival Tours. He will be playing his guitar in on of the lounges. We had a farewell dinner of pizza in a restaurant in Ottawa with his siblings....
chip off the old block,eh rock?
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