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Snapper and Shrimp Tacos.
Green and Red cabbage.
pico de gallo, fresh tomatoes, Jalapenos, cilantro, onion and lime juice.
Fish taco sauce, mayonnaise, sour cream, small splash of lime juice, garlic and onion powder, hot sauce, white pepper, and salt. A small pinch of chipotle powder.
Slice of avocado on top (which I forgot for the pictures)

Snapper and Shrimp pan fried in a touch of olive oil.
Before cooking, covered in garlic butter, then chipotle powder, garlic and onion powder, hot chilie powder of my own blend. Salt and pepper, and cumin.

After sitting covered with seasoning to room temperature, cook until done.

Sides, black beans and chilies, and refried beans with seasoned white rice.

Actually, tonight was a rerun of last night. I made it last night, but had enough for tonight, which I'm not complaining. Hey, it's seafood Tacos!

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Tonight, my wife wanted tempura. Specifically, she wanted Japanese eggplant tempura, but there were none left at the Japanese market Frown

Regardless, she made lotus root, Japanese sweet potato, shiitake, kabocha pumpkin, and carrot tempura. It turned out marvelously! Big Grin
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Tonight, my wife wanted tempura. Specifically, she wanted Japanese eggplant tempura, but there were none left at the Japanese market Frown

Regardless, she made lotus root, Japanese sweet potato, shiitake, kabocha pumpkin, and carrot tempura. It turned out marvelously! Big Grin
I need directions to your house. ARman's, too. Wink


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Made my canned meat stew again today. This time I added a small can of peas and carrots to the mix, and that increased the amount. I'll get 2 more meals from it now. It was tasty.

That was my last can of the Hereford beef with gravy, but I've been advised that a local Kroger store stocks it. (If not, I'll just order more on the web.) (If you've not tried it, I recommend you do--it's really good.)

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Quick simple dinner from last night. Bagged salad, bread stick, Spaghetti Aglio E Oli, grilled shrimp on top.




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Basically chicken and broccoli UP in Hobbs cafe.
Peppercorn Cream Chicken with Parmesan-Roasted Broccoli ... Garlic, Shallot and lemon juice round out the flavor profile.

 
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Great northern beans and ham, all day in the slow cooker, and my first attempt at cornbread, baked in a cast iron skillet.

Everything was tasty, but the cornbread was a bit on the tough side. I have no idea what I did wrong.



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Tonight, my wife wanted tempura. Specifically, she wanted Japanese eggplant tempura, but there were none left at the Japanese market Frown

Regardless, she made lotus root, Japanese sweet potato, shiitake, kabocha pumpkin, and carrot tempura. It turned out marvelously! Big Grin
I need directions to your house. ARman's, too. Wink


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Basically chicken and broccoli UP in Hobbs cafe.
Peppercorn Cream Chicken with Parmesan-Roasted Broccoli ... Garlic, Shallot and lemon juice round out the flavor profile.




Looks absolutely delicious, sir!!!

Beautiful plating, too.




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Pimento cheese sandwich on whole wheat bread. The Jaeger schnitzel I made in the crock pot today is for dinner tomorrow. Smile
 
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Yeah, definitely need to meet ARman, that's for sure![/QUOTE]

That's very flattering! Thank you! Same here. Your wife's cooking looks fabulous!

Tonight, I had one piece of Snapper left, no more tortillas, but I had black beans and green chilies.

So I made homemade coleslaw,
Red and Green cabbage, with carrots. I had some standard orange, but also yellow.
The "dressing" mayonnaise (blue plate in this case) organic apple cider vinegar, a very small splash of lime juice, maple syrup and honey (local to me), celery seeds, Greek seasoning, a very small splash of Greek yogurt Dell and cucumber salad dressing, like a tablespoon. A small shake of my chilie powder.

I don't really measure things out, it's always a pinch here a splash there, but I always seem to be able to replicate it.

I also tend to change things up depending upon my taste for the day/what I'm having.


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Old BBQ died yesterday. Gave up trying to replace the burners. Diesected it today, and into recycling it went.

Bought a new basic gas BBQ today. $99 at home depot.


Grilled up 2 T-Bone stakes 1" thick or so.
Grade A+++ Super Prime Oregon Beef (my best description of it) Bought 1/4 of a cattle directly from the farm.

About 10 minutes total on the grill, Medium rare. So good, it didn't need anything, no A1, no sauteed onions/mushrooms Nothing. Just a great steak.

Side of baked sweet potato and kale salad.

Sorry no evidence remaining to photograph.


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Went French and made this tonight, turned out great and surprisingly very easy.

If you got a Dutch oven and like chicken, give it a shot.

 
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Easy dinner again.

Grilled drumsticks, fried chickpeas, and green beans with bacon and butter.




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Bow-tie pasta al dente
Scallops and shrimp in garlic, onion, nutmeg and Jerez heavy cream sauce
Fresh spinach sautéed in drawn butter and EVOO
Fresh strawberries and blueberries in Gran Mariner sauce

Giogato Pino Grigio
Benedictine & Brandy

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I have a few different recipes/dinners I have made. Only a few pictures, but they’re pretty good. I started posting them on a blog at work. If you want to check them out You can see them here:
Mount Hope Blog



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The only variation I did to this recipe was to whisk together the soup, gravy mix, spices, and water in a bowl and THEN poured it over the chicken...makes for a smoother gravy because the soup won't be lumpy. I also serve with rice (ala Alton Brown's method) instead of mashed potatoes because my mashed potatoes are LOADED with butter...too much fat.



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Looks good erj, I'm going to try that for sure, super easy quick meal.



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Yup...has my two favorite ingredients. EASY and TASTY! Big Grin Enjoy, sir!!



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I started posting them on a blog at work. If you want to check them out You can see them here:
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Nice that you provide a breakdown of your spice rubs. Great stuff BTW. Smile



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