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I just finished off a plate of oven-baked salmon in a soy/honey/lime glaze, pan-seared asparagus cooked in butter, and pilaf rice with my second bottle of '11 Dancer les Corbins.

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ground pork and green beans sichuan style.
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ground pork and green beans sichuan style.
That looks amazing.
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Mark B wrote:That looks amazing.
+lots, wow...

Suzanne, do you use any particular recipe?
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AlexS wrote:
Mark B wrote:That looks amazing.
+lots, wow...

Suzanne, do you use any particular recipe?
I used this one and added more ginger and a little oyster sauce
http://omnivorescookbook.com/szechuan-d ... een-beans/
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No photos, but... Pan-seared flatiron steaks (finished with a brandy sauce), saffron rice, steamed peas. Pedestrian weeknight dinner.
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Not last night but the last meal I cooked that I photographed. Osso Buco

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scamhi wrote:
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Mark B wrote:That looks amazing.
+lots, wow...

Suzanne, do you use any particular recipe?
I used this one and added more ginger and a little oyster sauce
http://omnivorescookbook.com/szechuan-d ... een-beans/
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Last night was Spring Veg Green Curry - Asparagus, Carrots, Onions, Spinach, and Shrimp over brown rice.
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Steak Au Poivre, left my sauce in the pan while I plated my Wife's and it separated on me. :-(

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we had steak too. and roasted brussels
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Those are some beautiful steaks!

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My wife is from Mew Mexico and was raised in that hatch chili culture, we always have them in the freezer. Anyway I made green chili and Asiago potato soufflé to pair with whole chicken breast grilled fajita style.
If there are any chili-heads out there these were "little johns" so medium high heat.
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Our Menu:

Spinach Salad

Costco prime rib cap
Butter with mashed potato and salt/pepper/heavy cream
Crisp asparagus with Cajun spices

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Brian Tuite wrote:Steak Au Poivre, left my sauce in the pan while I plated my Wife's and it separated on me. :-(

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Brian - your dinner looks AMAZING! Steak au poivre is one of my favorite dishes on the planet! YUM.

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Sherri Shapiro wrote:
Brian Tuite wrote:Steak Au Poivre, left my sauce in the pan while I plated my Wife's and it separated on me. :-(

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Brian - your dinner looks AMAZING! Steak au poivre is one of my favorite dishes on the planet! YUM.
Thank you blush , tonight we are going the other direction with braised short ribs.
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Last night - Flannery rib cap medallion steaks. WOW - what a flavorful piece of meat...

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Michael Sopher wrote:Last night - Flannery rib cap medallion steaks. WOW - what a flavorful piece of meat...
How did you cook them, Michael? I have a couple coming during week.

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Diane Kessler wrote:
Michael Sopher wrote:Last night - Flannery rib cap medallion steaks. WOW - what a flavorful piece of meat...
How did you cook them, Michael? I have a couple coming during week.
Oven at 325 till internal temp made about 115. Then cast iron pan searing top, bottom and all around the sides. I might go opposite order next time. I got the 10 oz ones which is a chunk of meat. Have to have some low temp time before or after the sear.

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Port Braised Short Ribs

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Brian Tuite wrote:Port Braised Short Ribs

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Brian - in one week, you made two of my favorite meals! Those short ribs look sick!
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Sherri Shapiro wrote:
Brian Tuite wrote:Port Braised Short Ribs

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Brian - in one week, you made two of my favorite meals! Those short ribs look sick!
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Not just his short ribs, but a number of other dishes he has posted here. Makes me drool....more than I normally do without food.

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Moroccan Beef & Vegetable Soup

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Ceviche w aguachile

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Halibut sous vide then seared and accompanied w lime cured veg

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Those dishes look amazing. Keep 'em coming.

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I have to umpire tonight so its pot cooking time.
Grillades and grits with collard greens flavored with cooked down pork ribs.
Since I'll be out, likely no pictures.

You know your wife is from this part of the country when she walks in and says something smells good. Only a true daughter of our south Alabama creole country would think that Roux and collards cooking would smell good. Cause aint nothing like that collard stink.

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Tegame di Vernazzia. This is a dish composed of the following layers: olive oil, potato slices, paper-thin sliced onion with minced garlic, anchovy fillets, parsley and rosemary, San Marzano tomato strips with juice, olive oil, more potatoes, more onion and garlic, more anchovies, more parsley and rosemary, more tomatoes, more olive oil, more potatoes, more parsley and rosemary, more tomatoes, more olive oil. The anchovies practically dissolved while the dish is baking. Be sure to have some bread to sop up the sauce.
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Brad B a l l i n g e r wrote:Tegame di Vernazzia. This is a dish composed of the following layers: olive oil, potato slices, paper-thin sliced onion with minced garlic, anchovy fillets, parsley and rosemary, San Marzano tomato strips with juice, olive oil, more potatoes, more onion and garlic, more anchovies, more parsley and rosemary, more tomatoes, more olive oil, more potatoes, more parsley and rosemary, more tomatoes, more olive oil. The anchovies practically dissolved while the dish is baking. Be sure to have some bread to sop up the sauce.
Sounds like a lot of EVOO. I'm surprised it doesn't show that way in the plating.

Last night was a simple Linguine with EVOO, pressed garlic, fresh cherry tomatoes, fresh basil and roasted chicken breast.
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Kenny H wrote:Halibut sous vide then seared and accompanied w lime cured veg
So do you just cook the veggies in lime, like you would when making ceviche?
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Brian, total EVOO was about 1/4-1/3 cup for a 1.5 quart gratin dish. I failed to get a photo of the plate after finishing the tegame. It took 3-4 baguette slices to sop it all up. Not that I'm complaining.
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So do you just cook the veggies in lime, like you would when making ceviche?
Yes, and some salt. Takes all day. Basically a light pickling.
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Pasta all'Amatriciana. I usually make this with bucatini. Didn't have any on hand. Nor linguini. Settled for spaghetti.
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Cuban Sandwiches w/ Kale and Fried Plantain Salad

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It'll be homemade noodles with tuna and salad.
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Brian Tuite wrote:Nom nom!
Yeah, looks delicious!
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Corned Beef and Cabbage of course
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Simple Asian fried rice with a sunny-side up egg

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That looks so tasty! Did you have any wine with it!
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That looks so tasty! Did you have any wine with it!
we drank a 2014 De Moor St Bris which was great with the dish
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Just a couple of the dishes prepared for an old Spanish wine evening.
Braised then crisped octopus with romesco sauce
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Those look beautiful Sarah
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scamhi wrote:last night crispy salmon with green beans in red curry
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Saturday night I threw together a small BBQ plate of pulled and chopped pork shoulder, Kielbasa and brisket:
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Brined bird on the BGE with a bit of cherrywood smoke. Removed at 140 deg and finished in a 200 deg oven till dinner.

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Rabbit food last night:
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