Discussion in 'Food' started by buroak, Jul 7, 2009.
I might have to adapt this to a canteen cup
Sockeye Salmon on dill and Rosemary
Drizzle in olive oil ...add salt
Bake for 325 degrees 23 minutes
Perfect every time.
Breakfast for dinner is always a hit.
Eggs, grits, and corned beef hash with a radish for a pinch of fiber.
My mouth is watering right now...
Last night, to be exact. Pork roast fillet, rolled up with bacon and herbs and such. Smashed yukon gold potatoes with olive oil land garlic. White wine bath that turned into a fantastic au jus.
I love a good porcetta!!
We had chicken and spinach pomodoro with rigatoni;
On the porchetta: I've made things similar for years, but I have to credit "Gianni's North Beach" I think he's a Vlogger who lives in San Francisco. Last of the old school Italians there. You should check out his YouTubes.
I make his eggplant parm. Good stuff.
Yup. I like the way he just cooks in his own, obviously very small San Francisco kitchen. No pro studio with interns waiting in the wings to prep everything just right. He does it the way he saw his mom do it.
This was going to be dinner last night, but I made it for lunch today instead.
I'm back in a kitchen, I don't have dinner anymore. I just cook it.
That looks appetizing!
After seeing these, I'm ashamed to say I only made sausage and milk gravy over biscuits.
In keeping with the Italo~Mex Theme above, I did this tonight....
Cast ironed Sockeye with a hash of pancetta, zucchini, orange chili peppers, green beans, corn and cherry tomato.
Chocolate ice cream.
Salad, lemon sherry vinaigrette and raspberries on spinach and baby greens with pecorino romano.
Cast Iron olive oil Haddock. Mix veggies.
I was going to make mac and cheese last night, but I'm out of mac
So I made spaghetti and cheese
Fresh green beans
Meatball kabobs with sweet thai chili sauce, mmmmmm
Eggplant Parm. Fresh out of the toaster oven.
I can't believe every plate I own is in the dishwasher...
It should be done running soon. I need to make some garlic bread anyway.
PBJ and chips, with a glass of milk ...
Milk is good
Kind of a surf and turf for me tonight.
I had been craving roasted marrow bones... no doubt from cutting up frozen beef shank bones for my dogs every week, so I cut up one for me last night and let it thaw today. Then made up a parsley, shallot, capers, olive oil and lemon juice salad.
Used it as an appy while the fish was baking.
And some baked walleye fillets with dill and smoked paprika.
Bison meat over rice and house salad with Cilantro dressing tonight. Eating in front of the TV, it's football time! Watching Giants vs Browns.
Shoot! The game already started!
Thanks for the heads up in your post.
And just in time to see the Browns drive and score!
Like they knew what they were doing!
I haven't seen that since '89!
Chicken skillet recipe from Lidia's Kitchen.
Eggplant sautéed in extra virgin olive oil with four colors of pepper, red onion, cherry pepper, golden raisins, grape tomatoes, green beans and chicken breast.
Ground Watusi beef, onions and garlic. Paul Newman's Sockatooni spaghetti sauce. Tossed on spiralized zucchini noodles. Fresh grated Parmesan cheese.
Hot smoked venison roast
Not supper, but lunch. Some good hormel roast beef hash. Aka: Alpo
Pizza Hut in downtown Gatlinburg
I just laughed out loud at Alpo!!!!!
That's what the kids call it when they see me get a can out. In fact, little chits that they are, used to put it on the bottom shelf in the pantry. Right next to the canned dog food.
Ungrateful little urchins.
Rigatoni a la vodka;
I know right! I didn't know ramen was considered cheap till I was in college. Bunker Hill and Texas Pete chili went on many a hot dog and open face sammich! Kids don't know good eatin
The local store has been getting in these smaller rib-eyes, which are just perfect if you like to load up on the sides.
Mediterranean food, including Yogurt Mint Soda. The drink was a first for me. Wasn't too bad and I was told it's an aquired taste.
Not dinner, but lunch.
Some new place called Stone Fire Grill opened shop in my town. I ordered a whole tri-tip rare and ate half of it while my wife gave me the eyeball.
Totally worth it. It was $27.99 plus tax for a ~2 pounder. Eyeball included, but no dishwashing or taking out the garbage.
I told her that she can just make sandwiches for my work lunches with the leftovers. Chalk up one win for husbands.
Aw man, that's some tasty looking beef.
I never had tri-tip. I never saw it for sale in these parts. Only heard of it.
I had round 2 of the other night's concoction. Deer burger, garlic, onions, some kind of red pepper that was supposed to be hot but wasn't, black beans, chicken broth and East Indian seasoning. Over rice. Gotta remember this one.
Cooked pasta and chicken for tonight.
Last night I made a Dutch Oven full of penne, peas, sausage and mascarpone.
Or what I call, loaded mac and cheese
The heck with this! I'd be happy at anyone's table here. I'm hereby issuing a Blanket Like.
Last night was berbere seasoned wings. I also tried those fried cucumbers that were mentioned in another thread.