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  • acpgeeacpgee Member Posts: 5,845 Member Member Posts: 5,845 Member
    Antipasto of roast baby artichokes with a sauce of leftover hollandaise and gremolata warmed up on the lowest setting of the microwave. Primo of linguine cacio e pepe with a contorno of tomato salad.
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  • PKM0515PKM0515 Member Posts: 1,911 Member Member Posts: 1,911 Member
    acpgee wrote: »
    Antipasto of roast baby artichokes with a sauce of leftover hollandaise and gremolata warmed up on the lowest setting of the microwave. Primo of linguine cacio e pepe with a contorno of tomato salad.
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    This whole meal looks delicious, but those artichokes! 😋😋😋 💕💕💕
  • Madison9776Madison9776 Member Posts: 51 Member Member Posts: 51 Member
    Salmon with veggies and feta
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  • snowflake954snowflake954 Member Posts: 6,454 Member Member Posts: 6,454 Member
    I found a traditional recipe for stuffed endive--black olives, minced garlic, chopped tomatoes, grated pecorino cheese, salt and pepper. In the pan--EVOO, a piece of red pepper, and a garlic clove.755l4jk1jms0.jpg
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  • acpgeeacpgee Member Posts: 5,845 Member Member Posts: 5,845 Member
    Lamb cutlets, gratin dauphinoise, grilled courgette, roasted carrots.
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  • PKM0515PKM0515 Member Posts: 1,911 Member Member Posts: 1,911 Member
    I found a traditional recipe for stuffed endive--black olives, minced garlic, chopped tomatoes, grated pecorino cheese, salt and pepper. In the pan--EVOO, a piece of red pepper, and a garlic clove.755l4jk1jms0.jpg
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    I need to try this; it looks delish! 😋
  • snowflake954snowflake954 Member Posts: 6,454 Member Member Posts: 6,454 Member
    PKM0515 wrote: »
    I found a traditional recipe for stuffed endive--black olives, minced garlic, chopped tomatoes, grated pecorino cheese, salt and pepper. In the pan--EVOO, a piece of red pepper, and a garlic clove.755l4jk1jms0.jpg
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    I need to try this; it looks delish! 😋

    Thanks! And it was. I just posted the recipe on the "For the love of produce" thread.
  • BarbaraHelen2013BarbaraHelen2013 Member Posts: 1,495 Member Member Posts: 1,495 Member
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    Roasted Winter Vegetables with Harissa Dip.
  • acpgeeacpgee Member Posts: 5,845 Member Member Posts: 5,845 Member
    Har gau for lunch courtesy of the deep freeze section of the Asian supermarket.
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  • o0Firekeeper0oo0Firekeeper0o Member Posts: 267 Member Member Posts: 267 Member
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    Venison sirloin street tacos. Absolutely AMAZING
  • acpgeeacpgee Member Posts: 5,845 Member Member Posts: 5,845 Member
    Sirloin from 9 year old retired dairy cow. One of the 6 gratin dauphinoise I cooked yesterday and couldn't fit into the freezer. Tomato and avocado salad. Sauteed asparagus. Leftover hollandaise and gremolata warmed up on the lowest setting of the microwave.
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  • Madison9776Madison9776 Member Posts: 51 Member Member Posts: 51 Member
    Crab cakes with crackers, cocktail sauce, and a pickle
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  • acpgeeacpgee Member Posts: 5,845 Member Member Posts: 5,845 Member
    Chinese stir fries of Di San Xian (veg components cooked in the air fryer rather than deep fryer) and XO chicken with carrots. I discovered the stress free way to have multiple stir fries ready at the same time, is to cook one at a time to the point where everything is almost ready but the sauce hasn't been added yet. Then add all the prepped sauces/corn starch slurries into each pan and warm up the same time.
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  • MaltedTeaMaltedTea Member, Premium Posts: 5,256 Member Member, Premium Posts: 5,256 Member
    Ok, @acpgee, you piqued my interest. All it took was a mention of kid's comfort food.

    Erm, I changed a few things, as I'm liable to always do: used garlic and leeks, roasted the tomatoes first, used shiritaki instead of rice and then added furikake.

    Next attempt: this needs MORE tomatoes (and perhaps tomato paste), along with some chili pepper flakes for heat.

    But it was so good and the mouth feel was interesting seeing as I'm not usually a fan of scrambled egg. I can see why it's a beloved dish. Thanks for sharing it earlier today!

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  • snowflake954snowflake954 Member Posts: 6,454 Member Member Posts: 6,454 Member
    Fresh pasta (orecchiette) w local clams, garlic, chopped tomatoes, EVOO, white wine (or beer),salt, pepper, and cayenne.2yzj1p0eodrb.jpg
  • acpgeeacpgee Member Posts: 5,845 Member Member Posts: 5,845 Member
    Hmm. Pictures apparently didn't load.
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