What's for Dinner?

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  1. Dec 6, 2018 #6381

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    Most of mine are taken on an older point-and-shoot (some on a phone). The point-and-shoot is easier for me to get to WMT than the phone.
     
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    I take mine on an old Sony DSC-S85 from 2001 (only 4.1 mpixels). Those might be the ones that don't quite look as good as the others.
     
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    iPhone 6 Plus (8MP camera). Goes from the camera to the cloud. From the cloud to all my iOS devices and other Apple computers in a few seconds. About three clicks to being uploaded to WMT in all the glorious detail! (for better or worse)
     
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    Breakfast for dinner tonight.

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    What you got some squirt bottles now for your condiments! LOL
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    Is America. What a great country we live in no? LOL

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    Pretty dang close to what I actually did have for breakfast this AM!
     
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    Are any of them gluten free? I couldn't tell from their website and don't want to order something I can't use for the whole family.
     
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    What would be a show stopper I and I will report back.
     
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    Obviously any wheat or barley ingredients are not GF. "Natural flavors" on the label usually take it out of contention as well (just because you don't know what they are). If it doesn't have a big GF in a circle on the back, it probably isn't. I could always order a few bottles and use them as my secret stash and not cook with them, unless it was just for me. Are they shelf stable after opening or do they need to be put in the fridge? I assume they last a few months once opened.
     
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    I just looked at the back of each one and each one says in bold print "Gluten Free"

    These have some heat but none are killer hot such that you can't eat it. Each one also has a bit of sweetness to temper the heat as well. Very flavorful.
     
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    I just finished cooking a pot of 15 bean soup, added onions, bells and celery along with some pork neck bones I smoked a while back. I used the smoked Ghost salt for seasoning and this stuff came out great.

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    My oldest daughter likes the heat. Next in line son does if I don't tell him it's in there. Oldest son, have no clue since he's been eating southern fare for a year. I hear about a lot of bbq and smoked venison hind quarters, so I imagine he's getting a taste for some spice (hoping he's had an Étouffée and liked it).

    Tonight, wifey (who just walked in the front door) took oldest daughter and a friend to visit a university two hours north of here. I took the opportunity to scavenge for something fun for me and the boy. Found some catfish fillets at a reasonable price, picked up some panko GF bread crumbs I've been wanting to try, and a bag of petite brussel sprouts. Found out too late that I was a little low on oil, but it actually turned out better w/o all the oil (old pan that sometimes drops too low in heat and allows the oil to soak in a bit). Simple corn starch/egg wash/panko w/salt, pepper and smoked paprika. Turned out really well. I had a fish sandwich with some ho-made tartar sauce. Really hit the spot (we rarely have fish since my wife and daughters don't prefer it). Yum!

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    In my glass tonight, an experimental rose petal & hibiscus wine made back in 2017, Matched with my homemade pizza. Before and after photos attached. But frankly, with my 'stretched' taste sensors, I think that any food is perfectly matches with my wine. Despite having forgotten the mushrooms.
     
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    Some beef mid-week. Eye round roast (a bit overdone for me), twice baked taters and green beans w/almonds. Sauce on the beef is a horseradish/sour cream w/herbs. Yum!

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    Just a wee bit of sauce, eh?

    Looks great.
     
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    Had a stuffy nose, not anymore. Horseradish will cure about anything.

    I did have some of the sauce leftover, so I got another piece of beef so I wouldn't waste the sauce. Also used some on the tater once the cheese on top ran out.
     
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    Yep. That'll do it every time!
     
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