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Stuffed Pork Tenderloin:
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I think you forgot to post your address!
(you a Jayhawk?)


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UP in Hobbs Cafe ~~~
* GET IN *
Cheese-Stuffed Chicken Milanese with Spinach, Artichoke and Onion salad in Creamy Lemon Dressing ... In this meal, scrumptious chicken breasts are stuffed with gooey mozzarella cheese and coated with crispy panko. Then baked. On the side, roasted artichokes and onions tossed with spinach and a lemony salad dressing ... tart and supremely satisfying. Best stuff on earth, that I've eaten today. Bon Appetit Smile

 
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I think you forgot to post your address!
(you a Jayhawk?)


lol

Jayhawk to the core sir!
 
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Beef broth in the instapot for 4 hours. Needed broth for ham n beans tomorrow and below

 
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Beef shank with veggies, sautéed for 3 hours in tomato sauce and home made beef broth. Red pepper pasta with marrow garlic toast.











 
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More Kimchi w/ protection!

 
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* Sunday Special *
Sherry Wine Demi-Glace Sirloin Steak with Mashed Potatoes and Balsamic Brussels Sprouts ... Tender sirloin steak bathed in a demi-glace laced with rich sherry wine, and meal rounded out with buttery parmesan mashed potatoes and balsamic Brussels. Bon Appetit Smile

 
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Sherry Wine Demi-Glace Sirloin Steak with Mashed Potatoes and Balsamic Brussels Sprouts ... Tender sirloin steak bathed in a demi-glace laced with rich sherry wine, and meal rounded out with buttery parmesan mashed potatoes and balsamic Brussels. Bon Appetit Smile




that looks really tasty




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Hobbs,

I love Brussel sprouts man. Those look incredible
 
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Thanks guys. All y'alls stuff looks so good, thought I'd show what I was giving a go.
I also post my meals on FB, and don't usually post w/protection.
 
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* Bad boys whatcha gonna do *
Chicken Paillard with Shallot Broccoli and Lemony Garlic-Tomato Sauce ... These bad boys are served up with garlic, tomatoes, and lemon juice. Served with some nicely roasted broccoli and shallots on the side. Sprinkled with fresh minced parsley, lemon zest and dusted with grated parmesan cheese. Bon Appetit Smile



... could have at least shown the pounded and cast iron pan cooked chicken breasts a little better. Shoot
The garlic and shallot take this zesty, lemony, cheesy chicken to a while 'nother level. Delicious !!! Smile
 
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Hobbs,

I love Brussel sprouts man. Those look incredible


Try this recipe then. It's freaking awesome, one tweek, brown the brussels sprouts longer than what they show in the video and at a higher temp. Since they are baked with cheese they don't get the normal browning/charring on the edges you get when your bake/broil them. Also I put the brussels sprouts and onion/shallots in at the same time, not before brussels sprouts. Finally I add pepper and paprika.

I also make a killer one with cauliflower, bacon, brussels sprouts, much easier, but the Gruyère mixed with bacon is the perfect combo. Pretty much it is my goal in life to take once healthy food and prepare it in a way that makes my doctor lose sleep at night.



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Hobbs,

I love Brussel sprouts man. Those look incredible


Try this recipe then. It's freaking awesome, one tweek, brown the brussels sprouts longer than what they show in the video and at a higher temp. Since they are baked with cheese they don't get the normal browning/charring on the edges you get when your bake/broil them. Also I put the brussels sprouts and onion/shallots in at the same time, not before brussels sprouts. Finally I add pepper and paprika.

I also make a killer one with cauliflower, bacon, brussels sprouts, much easier, but the Gruyère mixed with bacon is the perfect combo. Pretty much it is my goal in life to take once healthy food and prepare it in a way that makes my doctor lose sleep at night.


Thanks. That's on the list.
 
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Pea puree with pork:





 
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Hobbs,

Looks like you've been eating really well.
 
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Looks like you've been eating really well.

Thanks. Stepped up my cooking game about a years ago. Eating better now than I ever did before.
 
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* Pearl Necklace *
Salisbury Steak with Snap Peas, Mashed Potatoes and Pearl Onion Sauce ... Salisbury steak hails from the late 19th century. Invented by a Civil War doctor, James Henry Salisbury, M.D. (look it up). He conceived of a meal he thought would offer all the nutrients the human body would need: meat, meat, and more meat. He thought vegetables were poison! (look it up). A delicious sauce drapes these perfectly seasoned patties. Roasted snap peas on the side would not have been in Dr. Salisbury's prescription, but they're a darn tasty addition. Bon Appetit Smile

 
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Cajun Mayo Crusted Pork Chops & steamed Broccoli with protection

 
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* Of coarse pepper *
Pork Chop au Poivre with Swiss Chard and Acorn Squash ... The pepper is augmented by a classic demi-and-wine sauce, with butter swirled in for extra richness. And if pepper is as familiar as the sun and the stars, slightly unique sides may in fact steal the show. Soft, tender and inviting roasted acorn squash and fresh Swiss chard. Bon Appetit Smile

 
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Tried talking myself out of it several times ... an hour ... and lost ... so simple midnight snack. Sirloin Steak with Blue Cheese Compound Butter, Green Beans, Green Onions and Roasted Fingerling Potatoes.

 
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