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Old 01-26-2014, 07:05 PM   #11
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Karen (Medtran49) is making a new recipe, savory tart. The crust is fresh ground almonds, flour, fresh sage and fresh rosemary. Which is moistened with clarified butter and blind baked. The filling is red seedless grapes and red pearl onions, braised in balsamic vinegar (industrial) with bay leaf. This gets reduced until the balsamic is a syrup like glaze. The cooled tart shell is smeared with mild goat cheese, then a layer of arugula. The filling, at room temp is then added and spread.
That sounds so interesting Craig, I bet it will be spectacular. By the way, I've "heard" Medtrain mention Craig and I wondered if her Craig was you. Glad you solved my mystery.
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Old 01-26-2014, 07:26 PM   #12
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Some of my onions, garlic and the fingerling potatoes are starting to show little sprouts, so we're trying to eat them up. I have a bone-in pork roast slathered with a paste of garlic, olive oil, rosemary, fennel seed and S&P all ready to go in the oven. With it will be roasted fingerlings, red onion and fennel bulb and a green salad. If I get motivated I'll caramelize an onion and toss in sliced apples until they're soft to go with the pork.
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Old 01-26-2014, 07:34 PM   #13
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Stirling didn't fall asleep at all last night. So, his tummy is a little delicate. I made linguine Alfredo, using the classic, no cream recipe. It was good, but I don't think there was enough Parmigiana Reggiano. The recipe says 2/3 of a cup, but maybe it was too light and fluffy - it was freshly grated from a fairly fresh chunk of cheese. I want to figure out how much cheese by weight. I made another oops. I unintentionally put twice as much butter as the recipe called for. 1 cup is 8 ounces, not 8 tablespoons (it's 16 tblsps). It still tasted good, especially with some more cheese. I made a salad and ranch style dressing too.
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Old 01-26-2014, 07:45 PM   #14
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Stuffed pork chops, with cranberry stuffing, and roasted cauliflower. Need something warming tonight.
Here is dinner....

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Yum! Pork chops and stuffing.
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Old 01-26-2014, 07:55 PM   #16
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Yum! Pork chops and stuffing.
One of my favorite fall / winter meals
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One of my favorite fall / winter meals
Looks awesome, and your pup is showing great restraint!
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Looks awesome, and your pup is showing great restraint!
"There's no food there. There's no food there."

It does look yummy.
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Looks awesome, and your pup is showing great restraint!
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"There's no food there. There's no food there."

It does look yummy.
That's so darn cute! I had to make the picture bigger to see him better.
Good boy, I hope you got a nibble.
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Our friends did a dinner cookout for us as we were exhausted from a long day of travel. We had brats, kielbasa links, burgers, potato salad and chocolate cake and coffee.
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