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Old 03-23-2019, 06:18 PM   #11
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I'm so sorry you're in pain, MsM.
Me too. Sure hope you feel better soon!
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Old 03-23-2019, 06:55 PM   #12
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There's a big beautiful Rib Eye in the Sousvide, and I'll be roasting some lemon pepper asparagus along with Simple Side Dish...Onion Orzo with Mushrooms
Ah, my plans for tomorrow. It is thawing in the fridge right now.

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Old 03-23-2019, 07:01 PM   #13
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I panfried a couple thick pork loin chops. They came out too underdone for my taste, so I finished them in the TO. I'm saving one for tomorrow. I'll have a sliced red pear later.
Pan frying thick chops can do that. Try searing them in an oven-safe pan, and finishing them in a 350-degree oven. Use a probe thermometer to get to your desired internal temperature -- I aim for 145-150.

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Old 03-23-2019, 07:21 PM   #14
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I finally thought of making deviled eggs! This is also the first chance I have to use the bone plates I got at Salvation Army.
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Old 03-23-2019, 07:45 PM   #15
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Pan frying thick chops can do that. Try searing them in an oven-safe pan, and finishing them in a 350-degree oven. Use a probe thermometer to get to your desired internal temperature -- I aim for 145-150.

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Yep, seared then baked in my little CI frypan. I'd cut them pretty thick, so I'd already figured they'd need some oven time. The one I had turned out perfect.
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The rain keeps coming and going, so it is 4th down, and time to punt. I'm thinking quesadillas on the Griddler, with sour cream and salsa for dipping.

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There's a big beautiful Rib Eye in the Sousvide, and I'll be roasting some lemon pepper asparagus along with Simple Side Dish...Onion Orzo with Mushrooms

As expected, the SV Rib Eye finished on Wilma was on point and perfect. The sides made the meal. It's been a while since I made the beefy orzo side, and this time I added chopped sun dried tomatoes to the mix. Wow.. Home run.
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Hi i am new here. I live in New Zealand and it is currently sunday afternoon here. Tonight we are having Greek Orange Roast Lamb with roast potatoes, roast kumara, roast pumpkin, glazed baby carrots, peas, corn and homemade gravy
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Thumbs up Huli Huli Chicken Plate-Lunch-Style Supper

Oh my gravy all over my two scoop rice
(that's OMG! in my world)
everything sounds and looks
DIVINE!!!

I went with something talked about on Monday's Dinner Thread:

[quote Got Garlic
I knew that would get your attention
Here's the recipe I used. No idea how authentic it is, but it was very flavorful. Oh, I did add a splash of Worcestershire sauce because it seemed to need a little more umami and salt: https://therecipecritic.com/grilled-huli-huli-chicken/
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I did a half batch, it's only us two,
I marinated B/S Chicken Thighs for
THREE days (mostly `cuz we were
busy out-n-about), put them on my
Gas Grill loaded with Mesquite Wood Chips
for a more Hawaii flare
I now reek of smoke, but in a good way

THAT GG, was so very close to the Huli Huli Chicken
you'd find any given weekend on Oahu,
I kid you not!
DH said, "Make that again!"

I served our Huli Chix with steamed White Rice
and My Quick Cucumber Kim Chee

MOST ONO (that's Delicious in Hawaiian)
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Old 03-23-2019, 10:36 PM   #20
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Hi i am new here. I live in New Zealand and it is currently sunday afternoon here. Tonight we are having Greek Orange Roast Lamb with roast potatoes, roast kumara, roast pumpkin, glazed baby carrots, peas, corn and homemade gravy

A big welcome to you FL, and we're all glad to have you on the nightly dinner thread. I don't know what "roast kumara" is though. OK, Sweet Potato by another name.
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