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Old 11-19-2017, 01:05 PM   #1
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What are you eating Sunday 11/19/2017?

Tonight's meal plan is beef and broccoli stir fry and jasmine rice.

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Old 11-19-2017, 01:13 PM   #2
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I am attempting a Peking Duck. I marinated it last night and then hung it in the garage refrigerator with a fan on it...It is hovering around 0 degrees Celsius here so it is perfect temp to be out there..will roast it later today and also make a Cantonese chow mien and some greens to go with it. Oh, yeah, I also have a piece of pork tenderloin in the fridge that has been marinating since yesterday morning. I should get the grill going and cook it up for char siu...
Here's poor Donald hanging around in the garage..
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Old 11-19-2017, 01:27 PM   #3
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The Turkey fairy is coming early to Chez Dawg. Since it's just the two of us, I figured why not have it today. Plus the breast thawed faster in the fridge than I thought it would. Bird breast now in the Nesco. Made most of the sides yesterday. Managed to get a bit heavy-handed with the stock, so I've got the dressing drying out on a sheet pan in the oven.
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going in the oven after 18 hours of drying
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Old 11-19-2017, 04:40 PM   #5
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I recently found a cookbook I forgot I had - Skillet Suppers from the TV show Cook's Country. I'm making a recipe from it called Chicken Vesuvio: boneless, skinless chicken breasts browned and simmered in chicken stock, wine, and herbs, with red potatoes and peas. Greek salad on the side.
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Old 11-19-2017, 05:01 PM   #6
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Home fried potatoes and some carrots seasoned with an outstanding balsamic vinegar I picked up at a new herb/spice/oil/vinegar shop that just opened up in town. Haven't done my research as to what else I will season the carrots with....any suggestions?...maple syrup, orange juice?....
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Old 11-19-2017, 05:06 PM   #7
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Thawed the remaining chicken thighs and dressing from last week..
Added chicken broth and have it all warming in a slow oven. Side is sliced tomatoes and avocado with a drizzle of balsamic over them..

Coconut cream pie for later..

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Home fried potatoes and some carrots seasoned with an outstanding balsamic vinegar I picked up at a new herb/spice/oil/vinegar shop that just opened up in town. Haven't done my research as to what else I will season the carrots with....any suggestions?...maple syrup, orange juice?....
just reduce your balsamic vinegar and that should be exquisite...
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just reduce your balsamic vinegar and that should be exquisite...

okay, thanks This is the vinegar I bought

https://enzostable.com/enzo-organic-...gar-apple.html
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okay, thanks This is the vinegar I bought

https://enzostable.com/enzo-organic-...gar-apple.html
Good looking vinegar..I would start a pan with some butter or olive oil then add the vinegar and a bit of sugar(tsp)..of course, you can add other seasonings, and many recipes call for it, so, go for it if you want.. but if you are going to shell out 20 bucks for some vinegar, you may want to enjoy the full flavor
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