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Old 01-14-2017, 06:04 PM   #3401
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Doing an abbreviated version of chicken piccata. No lemons.......
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Old 01-14-2017, 06:10 PM   #3402
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Went to the Weis Market while my grains were converting from starches to sugars, found some wings on sale which the kids love and haven't had since before Thanksgiving, so dinner was purchased and eventually cooked. Happy kids are usually good kids.
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Pancakes and bacon. What do I pair that with?
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Saturday, I made veal shank and Mushroom stew served over gnocci.

- In a cast iron pot, brown 6 veal shanks in butter.
- remove shanks and sautee 1 shallot and 1 small onion.
- add 1/2 pound of shitaki, button, and cremini mushrooms and sautee,
- add 1/4 cup of reconstituted porcini mushrooms (with the liquid).
- return veal shanks to the pot.
- add 3 cups of veal stock
- put pot in oven and cook to 2 hours at 325.

WOW, was this good.

On sunday, I made up some potato salad and fired me a chicken.

Both dishes make great leftovers. Enough to eat off of them for the remainder of the week.

Here is a shot of the veal stew...
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That stew sounds awesome.
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A first for me. 5lbs turkey breast in the crock pot. So moist and tender. Usually I use the outdoor smoker, but with it being so cold out, this seemed the way to go. Might be the way from now on.

 
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Some recent meals.

South Indian cooking has been at the forefront of my mind lately.

Spinach and mushroom curry.

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Here us some jeera rice (cumin rice).

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Mexican black beans and rice.

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Middle East - How about some hummus?

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Korean japchae

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Lentils with vegetables and homemade fermented jalapeņo sauce.

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Chinese. Stir fried veggies.

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Vietnamese spring rolls.

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Pizza anyone?

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Toor dal with chapatis.

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Some recent meals.

South Indian cooking has been at the forefront of my mind lately.
Spinach and mushroom curry.
Here us some jeera rice (cumin rice).
Mexican black beans and rice.
Middle East - How about some hummus?
Korean japchae
Lentils with vegetables and homemade fermented jalapeņo sauce.
Chinese. Stir fried veggies.
Vietnamese spring rolls.
Pizza anyone?
Toor dal with chapatis.
How do you eat all that food in a day and not blow up like a balloon?
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Dammmm, those dishes look appetizing...
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