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Anyone who can eat soup with chop sticks gets my respect.


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Anyone who can eat soup with chop sticks gets my respect.


LMAO, you'll eat the solids with chopsticks and the soup with spoon.

In Korea, typically you'll put a little rice in your spoon and eat it with some broth.

I'm probably stating the obvious.





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I warmed up a spiral cut ham, pressure cooked some blackeye peas, and boiled some turnip greens.



No cornbread Marzy?


You can't make an effective ham biscuit with cornbread. I made dinner rolls.


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Absolutely true, my favorite bite at Thanksgiving is the ham biscuit.

Grandma used to tell us it was bad luck of we didn't have all 4, ham, collards, black-eyed peas and cornbread.





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Here's our ozoni (dashi broth, pieces of chicken thigh, shaved carrots/daikon/gobo with baked mochi). Side of black beans. Lot of effort for something simple looking.





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Sea scallops with a sherry/cream/butter sauce. It didn't suck.

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Any chance you have that scallop recipe handy that you could post? I have some scallops and been looking for a good recipe. Looks like it would go well served on some angel hair pasta perhaps? Looks absolutely delicious Jim.


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Any chance you have that scallop recipe handy that you could post? I have some scallops and been looking for a good recipe. Looks like it would go well served on some angel hair pasta perhaps? Looks absolutely delicious Jim.


I second this. I'd love to try that sauce.

Jim


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Agreed... looks fantastic. Recipe would be nice.



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Jim that looks delicious.
 
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Dunno yet … But clearly it’s got to be fucking spicy because I’m full of testosterone!

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Not that sauce, but if you want a great cream sauce that would likely go well with that dish, ... try this one.


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Chili for the snowstorm, last bits left are going to be tonight's chili dogs.



Here's the chili cheese dogs, couldn't get my normal top cut ones. Had to settle for these, too much bread, they are brat buns.

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It was just a modification of the following Chef John video:




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Well, supposedly snow is moving in. They have already called school off for tomorrow, so I'm working on a large pot of chili.

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Pancakes for dinner. Cooked some apples with butter, cinnamon, and brown sugar for a topping instead of syrup.
 
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Argentine red shrimp with both Asian garlic noodles and crisp romaine salad sides.



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Baked cornbread Tuna Cakes, then pan seared.

Supposed to be Crab Cakes, but we were out of crab, plenty of Albacore Tuna so, next best thing..




 
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Venison pot roast. Protection by Glock and Pro-Tech.




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Country pork ribs made in the Cosori air fryer. Tasty! Big Grin

https://www.pinkwhen.com/air-f...-country-style-ribs/




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