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Two Chili dogs and a bag of chips.
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Cheesey poofs and roasted, salted pistachios.




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Grilled buffalo wings and mac-n-cheese. Not agreeing with me at the moment. Only reason I'm awake now. It did taste damn good going down though.



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Wife made 50 gyoza (pot stickers) from scratch. We were able to get nira (Japanese chives) and spring cabbage on the last trek to the Japanese market. She was stoked.

Her father used to make batches of several hundred for family and neighbors and cook them all at one time on a special pan he had made.

Although they are pork gyoza, they're loaded up with garlic, cabbage and nira, so not at all heavy.

We fried them in a covered pan, then added a little water to let them steam.

It took about four batches and we thought there might be a few left over, but we were wrong Wink






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Tonight I made a homemade chicken pot pie and it was awesome!







I had cooked four chicken breast in the Instant Pot to make shredded chicken to use for different meals. I marinated the meat well and planned on using it for lunches this week. I decided to use some of it to make this.

This is the recipe I used: https://www.bettycrocker.com/r...20-9e68-adbd534fb0f6




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^^^^^ Homemade pot pie, tastey but a lot of work. Smile The crust looks good. The Betty Crocker 'Lost Recipes' book has classic meals. Did you buy absinthe yet?


Last night I made green curry with chicken. Poco Loco is selling Manzano Peppers, it is a bit less spicey than a Jalapeno and was a good fit. Tomorrow, a combo of Shrimp Newburg and Guan Cai (Coffin Bread). I call it Tainan Newburg.


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^^^^^ Homemade pot pie, tastey but a lot of work. Smile The crust looks good. The Betty Crocker 'Lost Recipes' book has classic meals. Did you buy absinthe yet?


Last night I made green curry with chicken. Poco Loco is selling Manzano Peppers, it is a bit less spicey than a Jalapeno and was a good fit. Tomorrow, a combo of Shrimp Newburg and Guan Cai (Coffin Bread). I call it Tainan Newburg.


I have never tried absinthe, but I would. This recipe wasn’t actually too difficult since I already cooked the chicken earlier for different possibilities.

All I had to do was mix the cooked chicken with vegetables and cream of chicken soup topped with the Bisquick mixture.




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Damn both the potstickers and the chicken pot pie looks great.

Just some spaghetti and meat sauce for me tonight, good, but pedestrian and not deserving of pics.



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I made a trip to our local restaurant that was allowed to reopen with outdoor dining yesterday.


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Hey Frank -- those pot stickers look really good!

How difficult are they? If an amateur non-Asian guy could do it, can you provide the algorithm (that's what my friends in Spain called a recipe, when they were mentally translating from Catalan to English)?



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Tonight I made a homemade chicken pot pie and it was awesome!







I had cooked four chicken breast in the Instant Pot to make shredded chicken to use for different meals. I marinated the meat well and planned on using it for lunches this week. I decided to use some of it to make this.

This is the recipe I used: https://www.bettycrocker.com/r...20-9e68-adbd534fb0f6


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Hey, my friend!

Well, my wife said it took her 30 minutes to do all that.

Not sure I could do the fold/crimp thing for the wrappers.

I think Alton Brown did them on his show, long ago. Bet he still has a video.

Honestly, I just enjoy them Smile

You know, don't want to get in the way or trouble... Wink




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This weekend, I made lobster ravioli from scratch. On a hunch, I bought the pasta roller set for the kitchenaid mixer, and set out to learn how to make fresh pasta. I've always wanted to do it, and now I wonder why I waited so long! It's labor intensive, especially when learning how to do it, but rewarding. I made spaghetti the following night. The roller set is made in Italy and very high quality. I used a 20% off coupon at Bed Bath & Beyond. If anyone is remotely interested in making fresh pasta, it's well worth it.

Here's the recipe:

Lobster Ravioli


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This weekend, I made lobster ravioli from scratch. On a hunch, I bought the pasta roller set for the kitchenaid mixer, and set out to learn how to make fresh pasta. I've always wanted to do it, and now I wonder why I waited so long! It's labor intensive, especially when learning how to do it, but rewarding. I made spaghetti the following night. The roller set is made in Italy and very high quality. I used a 20% off coupon at Bed Bath & Beyond. If anyone is remotely interested in making fresh pasta, it's well worth it.

Here's the recipe:

Lobster Ravioli


When making your pasta, don't cut the semolina flour with regular flour. Wink

Also, the unused pasta can be balled up and tightly wound in saran wrap (plastic wrap) and frozen for future use. Just allow the ball(s) plenty of time to thaw (in the fridge).







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When making your pasta, don't cut the semolina flour with regular flour. Wink

Also, the unused pasta can be balled up and tightly wound in saran wrap (plastic wrap) and frozen for future use. Just allow the ball(s) plenty of time to thaw (in the fridge).


Thanks for the tips! I had to scramble to find some semolina flour. The 3rd store I tried had a few bags of Bob's red mill, and I bought them all. I have since ordered more on amazon. I will try it next time with 100% semolina.


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Chili, looks appetizing right?



A few minutes in some hot water and it will be awesome.



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Cowboy Beans, cornbread.




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Tonight for the first time in over two months I did not make anything! I picked up Pho Ga for dinner and loved it. Tomorrow night is steak on the BGE.




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Taco Tuesday!
 
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Flat Iron Steak, Med Rare with balsamic Vinegar Sauce. Awesome.

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