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I used my local favorite grocery store and their delivery service.

Tonight I made Tilpia and mixed vegetables.

It was good.
 
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Chicken noodle soup casserole.


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Intriguing.... Recipe?


Egg noodles cooked al dente
I used a 12.5oz can of white meat chicken (save the liquid)
Dice carrots, celery, onion. With butter and/or olive oil (I use both).
In a sauce pan, add above onions last.
After they soften, onion just start to lighty brown, add the liquid, and a can of chicken broth. Add a bay leaf. Bring to boil. Add flour to thicken into a gravy.

Butter/spray casserole dish. Mix noodle, chicken and mixture together with about a cup of cheddar cheese. A pinch of rosemary, Greek seasoning/salt, and pepper to taste, half cup of milk.

Note I added some leftover green beans. In the past I have also added lima beans.

Top with bread/cracker crums.

I used club crackers, about 10 to 15, crushed with a pat of butter, in microwave melt butter in the crumbs. Optional, which I did is 1tbs of Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese. Sprinkle on top

In oven at 400° cook for 30-35 minutes, coverd, uncover and broil 2-5 minutes on low setting until nicely brown.

*note, you may have to adjust milk and/or add water to the gravy to get the moisture level that you like.

I have added different veggies, but this is the standard base.

I have used fresh breast and homemade chicken broth in the past, but this is a usually a fast spair of the moment, quick dinner. Total time is under an hour, on the table, quick, fairly easy, tasty and comfort food.

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Diced Spam fried with pea and soy sauce over rice and cheese.


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Hardcore survival food.
Did you use that Swiss/Swedish hatchet to dice The Spam?
 
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Tuesdays dinner. Grilled, seared, then braised short ribs.




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Sea Bass for dinnerSmile

Pan fried sea bass, served with a sauce / garnish made from butter, Vermouth, shallots, fresh chives and parsley. Sides of mashed potatoes and grilled Brussel sprouts in balsamic reduction.



Fresh parsley and chives ready for chopping to be added to the shallot-vermouth-butter sauce.

Shallots softening in butter and vermouth

Starting to cook the fresh, trimmed and halved Brussel sprouts. Balsamtic reduction will be added as they soften.


Plated! Big Grin



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Very nice. Love chilean sea bass (but pricey). Had it 2 nights ago in fact. Smile

I cook it similarly perhaps using familiar ingredients:

* Place sea bass (no skin) on parchment paper on foil.
* Slice (cross cross) top of filet
* sprinkle sugar
* sprinkle grated ginger (I go a little heavy here)
* sprinkle diced scallions
* sprinkle chopped cilantro
* splash some sake (or white wine)
* splash some soy sauce to taste (I apply generously)
* seal foil wrapper and bake in toaster oven on a pan at 425 for 20 minutes (time varies by oven and filet size)

Not pan fried but steamed but using similar ingredients.




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Not tonight, Monday night, was awesome, eye of ribeye roast, left over from Valentine's Day cap steak dinner. Melted in my mouth. Sous vided for a few hours, finished on the Weber plus painted with a torch.








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Wow. That looks just about perfect.




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Jesse,

Now that looks melt-in-your-mouth fantastic!



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Japanese curry

 
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Lazy night last night, Campbell's and grilled cheese.




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Cool and breezy here, didn't feel like firing up the grill, so tried something weird.

Ball Park Beef hot dogs in the air fryer. 7 minutes then put them in the buns and back into the fryer for about 1 to 2 minutes to warm and make the buns a bit crispy. Toppings of choice. No more dogs on the grill!



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Not dinner but breakfast but I would eat this for dinner as well. Cast iron fried country ham steaks on a bed of hash brown potatoes. Farm fresh eggs were in a different skillet.



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That's a nice ham steak, but is it really country ham? A southern ham type, heavily salt-cured?

I made crab cakes for my sweety last night; her favorite. I ordered Zatarain's Crab Cake mix from Amazon, and Raleys has pasteurized crab claw meat in the cooler. Turned out really good according to my lovely taster.
 
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That's a nice ham steak, but is it really country ham? A southern ham type, heavily salt-cured?

I made crab cakes for my sweety last night; her favorite. I ordered Zatarain's Crab Cake mix from Amazon, and Raleys has pasteurized crab claw meat in the cooler. Turned out really good according to my lovely taster.

They come two in a pack and are distributed locally. Say Country Ham Steaks on the label.
whatever you call them they are damn good! Especially caramelized in a cast iron pan.


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Tonight's supper will feature hickory smoked baby back ribs, with slow cooked baked beans with bacon and a dinner salad. White pita bread also.

Black Raspberry ice cream for dessert.
 
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French onion salisbury steak from fresh ground chuck
Toasted French bread with Swiss and Parmesan cheese
Mashed purple potatoes w/garlic
Seared broccoli with sauteed garlic and red pepper flakes
Corn on the cob with butter and Aleppo pepper flakes
Rhubarb upside down cake with almond streusel

Uuuugh. I ate too damn much.


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Really easy to make, but yet, tastes great!





 
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Did up a batch of this yesterday Big Grin

https://www.savoryexperiments....mel-baked-scallops/#

Seared scallops in oven casserole dish

Added bechemal and Panko bread crumbs ready for browning


Forgot to take a quick snap of the dish ready to eat. Nice departure from normal seared scallops with lemon wedge Big Grin



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