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Buckwheat pancakes


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Well, I just got home from work. So I decided to make the following:

A cup of roasted and salted macadamia nuts and 1 sea salt chocolate Carmel square.

Technically, it was already made, but I had to open the containers.
 
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Ham swiss Hawaiian roll sliders and two kinds of wings. Those little sammiches are so fine.


 
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Something completely different Big Grin

A light dinner of a "salad" made with:
--burrata mozzarella
--watermelon
--red grapes
--basil
--mint
--balsamic reduction

and served with chilled Moscato d'Asti and artisan bread



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First time I've had burrata. Did the obligatory minimum 30 minutes at room temperature before serving. Creamy "young" mozzarella. Very nice!



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Bottom round rump roast.
 
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Calamari ink pasta with espelette, fennel pollen, Argumato lemon oil, Parmesan cheese, fumme de sel salt, and fresh dried whole stem Italian oregano.
Castelvetrano olives, and fresh corn on the cob from Mortimer Farms.









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First time I've had burrata. Did the obligatory minimum 30 minutes at room temperature before serving. Creamy "young" mozzarella. Very nice!


Jiminy Christmas. Bob, that looks amazing. Holy Shit. I’d probably eat my fingertips trying to devour that.



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Jiminy Christmas. Bob, that looks amazing. Holy Shit. I’d probably eat my fingertips trying to devour that.


Big Grin Big Grin Sorry Noah. Took the pictures before deploying the eating utensils. Smile Wouldn't work for this to be finger food! hahahahahahahaha



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Plan to have hickory smoked baby back ribs, fresh corn on the cob, and mixed vegetables. Pita bread, and for dessert carrot cake.
 
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Simple brunch.
--extra sharp cheddar - green onion 3 egg omelet with Lizano salsa, crisp thick sliced applewood smoked bacon, Kerrygold buttered everything bagel, mini chocolate drizzled croissants. Yum!



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Bald1 - looks mighty tasty. Great combo.

I've looked locally for the Everything Bagel seasoning you guys mention above but can't find it.

I can see some offerings online (Prime) but not sure what to get. Any recommendations on brand / product?

Would like one that has been verified with no ingredients sourced from prc.




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Bald1 - looks mighty tasty. Great combo.

I've looked locally for the Everything Bagel seasoning you guys mention above but can't find it.

I can see some offerings online (Prime) but not sure what to get. Any recommendations on brand / product?

Would like one that has been verified with no ingredients sourced from prc.

https://www.thespicehouse.com/...cts/everything-bagel


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Thanks. Sounds decent but I can’t determine if they source any ingredients from prc. Sesame seeds in particular are notoriously being sourced from prc.




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Pinto and kidney bean soup.

1lbs pinto beans
1/4lbs light kidney beans
2 celery stocks
1 cup chopped carrots
1 cut Vidalia onion
2 bell pepper
2 serrnano chili
1 clove of garlic crushed
12oz salt pork chopped

Salt and pepper to taste.
Cajun seasoning
1/2 tablespoon smoked paprika
1/2 tablespoon rosemary
1/2 tablespoon thyme
2 bay leaves


In butter saute the vegetables
Add salt pork and brown
8 cups of chicken broth

And the beans and the serrnano chili
Set instant pot to 50 minutes and a 20 minute natural release.

Some nice crusty bread

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Originally posted by konata88:
I've looked locally for the Everything Bagel seasoning you guys mention above but can't find it.

I can see some offerings online (Prime) but not sure what to get. Any recommendations on brand / product?

Would like one that has been verified with no ingredients sourced from prc.


I use this which is said to be made in the USA. No info on their supplier network.
https://www.amazon.com/Olde-Th...Ounce/dp/B07GJ68J7P/



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Sadly no pics, but tonight was my wife's birthday dinner.

We are at the lake for the weekend and invited a neighbor over for dinner.

Bacon wrapped Filets, Shrimp skewers, Baked Potato, and roasted veggies.





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I use this which is said to be made in the USA. No info on their supplier network.
https://www.amazon.com/Olde-Th...Ounce/dp/B07GJ68J7P/


Thanks bald1! I'll look into it. I found this one that sounds like it's also made in USA. But not sure what that means both of these - does it mean ingredients are sourced from USA? Or the materials are sourced globally (ie - prc included) but just mixed together in USA? I'm thinking the latter because of the statement below.

https://spqrseasonings.com/

It contains California roasted garlic, toasted onion, Italian sea salt, black and tan sesame seeds, & poppy seeds.

This sounds like / suggests that ingredients come from CA. But then, how can Italian sea salt come from CA. So only the garlic is from CA? Where does the rest of the stuff come from? Why is only the garlic reflecting a source?

Sorry - this become a thread drift. We can stop here. But these guys are tricky in obfuscating use of prc sourced ingredients. I buy roasted sesame seeds - it's very hard to find sesame seeds not sourced from prc now.




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Steak fried rice



 
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Pulled pork, brisket chili ( I think brisket makes the best chili), hotdogs, and grilled chicken thighs (whole). Left overs from Sunday family reunion.


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