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Old 01-25-2019, 08:18 PM   #11
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I drove SO crazy today so I have to make it up to her and make her some Fry Day treats..fish and chips.. Cod...
Roch, had do you batter/coat your Fish?
No that I have a Deep Fryer again, I love Fish & Chips!!
But I don't really care for the local Friday Fish Frys `round these parts
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Old 01-25-2019, 08:30 PM   #12
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Roch, had do you batter/coat your Fish?
No that I have a Deep Fryer again, I love Fish & Chips!!
But I don't really care for the local Friday Fish Frys `round these parts
Easy..about 3/4 cup of 00 flour, two eggs, and some beer..bit of salt and pepper..flour the fish first, then the batter..5-6 minute swim in the oil..done-ski..
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Old 01-25-2019, 08:34 PM   #13
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Old 01-25-2019, 08:58 PM   #14
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BT, so dude, when is youz guyz kitchen going to be operational again?
But then, American-Italian joints, especially "Back East" are the BEST!!!

Here in Cowboyville we're having Deluxe Noodle Bowls

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Saimin Deluxe Bowl with Won Ton, Kamaboko and Char Siu


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Udon Noodle Bowl
Looks great, K-girl.

We heard today it'll be another 5 to 7 weeks for the kitchen to be rebuilt.

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I drove SO crazy today so I have to make it up to her and make her some Fry Day treats..fish and chips.. Cod...
Man, that looks good. As usual.


We got the Italian takeout: salads, then Dw got grilled sea bass with a "Mediterranean" salasa, and penne. My bot got his shrimp scampi over linguini, and I got the chicken Sorrentino, side of penne.
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Old 01-25-2019, 09:07 PM   #15
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I drove SO to the airport this morning. She's visiting her family in FL fro two weeks. Usually, when she travels, I taker there opportunity to eat stuff she doesn't like such as lamb or certain pasta dishes. This wrist surgery has cramped my style a bit so I'me revising my plan a bit.

I'm going to try a sous vide burger finished in a CI skillet and tater tots tonight. I'll try to post a photo later.
The burger came out really good as you can see. Next time I'll try it a bit more rare. Also, the new toaster oven does a great job on Tater Tots.
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A BLT wrap with onions and avocado and soup.
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Old 01-25-2019, 10:00 PM   #17
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Looks good, Andy. And congrats on your doc giving you the thumb-up for your thumb and its same-hand friends.

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...We heard today it'll be another 5 to 7 weeks for the kitchen to be rebuilt...
So what they're saying is that you'll be lucky to have it up and running about income tax deadline day. Every builder/remodeler has a strange idea about deadlines...

I sincerely hope you'll be back to cooking in-house in the shortest amount of time.
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Old 01-25-2019, 10:14 PM   #18
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It was such a pretty day here, I smoked a pork loin roast, and served it with Spanish Rice. SC put together his glorified dinner salads and I topped them with my newly mixed Everything but the Bagel seasoning.
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The burger came out really good as you can see. Next time I'll try it a bit more rare. Also, the new toaster oven does a great job on Tater Tots.
Since I like my burger meat more on the medium well side (and smashburger style), I found the sous vide to be kind of a waste of time. It really is better for rarer cooks and thick patties.

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Clam chowder for us tonight. It was missing... something. So I finished it with two tablespoons of sweet Marsala. Sherry would have been better, I’m sure, but I didn’t have any. The Marsala did the trick!
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