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Post by Cass on Sun Jan 07, 2018 9:03 pm

While watching the playoffs, I’ve been busy in the kitchen.

Made a huge pot of pasta e fagioli and there’s plenty left for lunches. Of course I omit the onion and don’t add celery as I just don’t like it, but a good sprinkling of smoked Spanish paprika is delicious. Serve it with some grated Parmesan and crusty bread and salad.

Second is banana and pecan bread. Pecans are a huge business in Arizona and just before Christmas is harvest time. I have a super lovely older lady patron who gives me a massive bag of freshly picked nuts as a Christmas present. They’re expensive so I’m grateful. I’ll probably make a pecan pie or pecan bars with the rest.

What have you got on the go?




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Re: What’s cooking at your house?

Post by Maddog on Sun Jan 07, 2018 11:09 pm

Well, this morning I made eggs. As I was making them I realized I didn't have any bread. But I remembered that I threw away two heels yesterday. They were still in the bag and on top of the trash, so I did what any self respecting bachelor would do and ate them with my eggs. Shocked

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Post by Didge on Sun Jan 07, 2018 11:12 pm

Man, that looks delicious Cass.

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Post by Cass on Mon Jan 08, 2018 1:19 am

Didge wrote:Man, that looks delicious Cass.

Thanks. It is. 6 containers filled for lunches.

https://www.google.com/amp/www.delish.com/cooking/recipe-ideas/recipes/amp54687/easy-pasta-fagioli-recipe/

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Post by Cass on Mon Jan 08, 2018 1:21 am

Maddog wrote:Well, this morning I made eggs. As I was making them I realized I didn't have any bread. But I remembered that I threw away two heels yesterday. They were still in the bag and on top of the trash, so I did what any self respecting bachelor would do and ate them with my eggs. Shocked

lol!


I don’t eat the heels either but Mr. C does. He’s like wait there’s some left and I’m like no there’s not. If I make Home made bread then yes I’ll eat the outsides. The outside bits are only good on casseroles, meatloaf and brownies. Crunchy!

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Post by Original Quill on Mon Jan 08, 2018 1:38 am

That pasta dish looks great. Unfortunately, unless Becky has her kids over, all such recipes are too much to store. I end up throwing them out.

And my freezer is filled up with 'too expensive' foods.

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Re: What’s cooking at your house?

Post by eddie on Mon Jan 08, 2018 6:24 pm

Maddog wrote:Well, this morning I made eggs. As I was making them I realized I didn't have any bread. But I remembered that I threw away two heels yesterday. They were still in the bag and on top of the trash, so I did what any self respecting bachelor would do and ate them with my eggs. Shocked

Nice fam Cool

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Post by eddie on Mon Jan 08, 2018 6:26 pm

As it happens, I love eggs in the morning but Ben didn't buy any so pfffffff....had to have cheese.
But cheese is always, always gooooood any time of the day really.

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Re: What’s cooking at your house?

Post by Syl on Mon Jan 08, 2018 6:39 pm

Cass wrote:
Maddog wrote:Well, this morning I made eggs. As I was making them I realized I didn't have any bread. But I remembered that I threw away two heels yesterday. They were still in the bag and on top of the trash, so I did what any self respecting bachelor would do and ate them with my eggs. Shocked

lol!


I don’t eat the heels either but Mr. C does. He’s like wait there’s some left and I’m like no there’s not. If I make Home made bread then yes I’ll eat the outsides. The outside bits are only good on casseroles, meatloaf and brownies. Crunchy!

Are heels what we call crusts?
I was told when I was a kid that eating them made your hair curl...I still eat them and I still have curly hair.

Your meals look lovely Cass....I bet it smells divine in your kitchen.

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Post by Cass on Mon Jan 08, 2018 7:23 pm

Syl wrote:
Cass wrote:

lol!


I don’t eat the heels either but Mr. C does. He’s like wait there’s some left and I’m like no there’s not. If I make Home made bread then yes I’ll eat the outsides. The outside bits are only good on casseroles, meatloaf and brownies. Crunchy!

Are heels what we call crusts?
I was told when I was a kid that eating them made your hair curl...I still eat them and I still have curly hair.

Your meals look lovely Cass....I bet it smells divine in your kitchen.


Well it’s the outside end bits that are mostly all crust. If that makes sense lol!

Thanks. Made another pancetta peas and pasta dish later that night. It was a fragrant day chez Cass yesterday. Smile

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Re: What’s cooking at your house?

Post by Cass on Tue Jan 09, 2018 2:34 am

Tonight we had mashed sweet potato, mini meatloafs with a tomato balsamic glaze, mushrooms cooked in butter and Marsala wine and garlic powder and green bean/asparagus almondine.



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Post by Fred Moletrousers on Tue Jan 09, 2018 11:46 am

Beef casserole in the slow cooker. Unfortunately my hand, er, slipped when I was pouring in the required 175m of red wine....oops!
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Post by nicko on Tue Jan 09, 2018 12:30 pm

In a Saucepan at the moment is large Ham Hock simmering away !
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Post by Cass on Tue Jan 09, 2018 3:43 pm

Fred Moletrousers wrote:Beef casserole in the slow cooker. Unfortunately my hand, er, slipped when I was pouring in the required 175m of red wine....oops!

Oh dear. Tragic drunken

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Post by Cass on Tue Jan 09, 2018 3:44 pm

nicko wrote:In a Saucepan at the moment is large Ham Hock simmering away !

Nice. Pea and ham soup maybe?

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Post by nicko on Tue Jan 09, 2018 3:50 pm

Cass, it's for Wife and Daughter, it's too salty for me.
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Post by Cass on Tue Jan 09, 2018 4:24 pm

nicko wrote:Cass, it's for Wife and Daughter,  it's too salty for me.

I let mine soak for 12 hours changing the water frequently. Helps cut down on the salt.

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Post by feelthelove on Tue Jan 09, 2018 5:39 pm

Tesco’s Finest Macaroni Cheese ready meal by the time I get back from London Laughing

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Post by Cass on Wed Jan 10, 2018 4:24 am

feelthelove wrote:Tesco’s Finest Macaroni Cheese ready meal by the time I get back from London Laughing

Sounds good to me!

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Post by Cass on Mon Jan 15, 2018 5:22 am

Maple/Balsamic glazed pork, mashed sweet potatoes and garlic butter steamed carrots and green beans.



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Post by Syl on Mon Jan 15, 2018 12:31 pm

I love to see your pics of delicious meals Cass.
I am not a particularly good cook myself but I really appreciate others.

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Post by eddie on Mon Jan 15, 2018 12:41 pm

Syl get some baby new potatoes with the skins on olive oil, garlic and pepper and roast them in the oven.

Season some smoked salmon

Fry up some garlic, kale, red onion, red peppers, mushrooms, baby tomatoes, long stemmed brocolli, thinly sliced courgette and season it all with smoked paprika and parsley - at the last minute throw in some pine nuts.

Chuck the potatoes on the plate shove the veg on top and scatter the salmon.

Soooooo nice. When I'm in the mood for fish on the rare occasion this dinner is fab. I do substitute the salmon for quorn fajita strips mostly.

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Post by Syl on Mon Jan 15, 2018 12:48 pm

eddie wrote:Syl get some baby new potatoes with the skins on olive oil, garlic and pepper and roast them in the oven.

Season some smoked salmon

Fry up some garlic, kale, red onion, red peppers, mushrooms, baby tomatoes, long stemmed brocolli, thinly sliced courgette and season it all with smoked paprika and parsley - at the last minute throw in some pine nuts.

Chuck the potatoes on the plate shove the veg on top and scatter the salmon.

Soooooo nice. When I'm in the mood for fish on the rare occasion this dinner is fab. I do substitute the salmon for quorn fajita strips mostly.

That sounds delicious. I love fish, but as I am the only on in the house who eats it, I tend to either eat it cold, smoked salmon, bought cooked prawns etc, or just bake it in white wine and lemon juice. I am very good with a salad though.Cool
I do make an effort about 3 or 4 times a week to cook properly for OH and myself, but sadly I never produce anything worthy of posting. Laughing

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Post by eddie on Mon Jan 15, 2018 12:55 pm

You could use the cold smoked salmon and layer it over the top. The heat will cook it.
Or use chicken instead?

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Post by eddie on Mon Jan 15, 2018 12:56 pm

I eat very strange concoctions of food. In Texas it was curried chickpeas, olives and blackberries whilst playing darts.
And that's not even though I was a drunk.

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Post by Syl on Mon Jan 15, 2018 1:05 pm

eddie wrote:You could use the cold smoked salmon and layer it over the top. The heat will cook it.
Or use chicken instead?

If I cook for both of us I often use chicken.
Easy recipe like diced chicken stir fried with peppers, onions, mushroom, olive oil, white wine and loads of black pepper. If you fancy something thicker add cream for the last couple of minutes.
I call it my 'peppered chicken dish'....just to impress. Cool
You can serve it with rice, chips, pasta, anything really.



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Post by eddie on Mon Jan 15, 2018 1:07 pm

eddie wrote:I eat very strange concoctions of food.  In Texas it was curried chickpeas, olives and blackberries whilst playing darts.
And that's not even though I was a drunk.

So what's your weirdest combo of food? I have a whole list cheers

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Post by Syl on Mon Jan 15, 2018 1:08 pm

eddie wrote:I eat very strange concoctions of food.  In Texas it was curried chickpeas, olives and blackberries whilst playing darts.
And that's not even though I was a drunk.

I've never tasted curried chickpeas.
I can make a meal of olives and crusty bread, olive oil and balsamic dip on the side....large glass of dry white wine, heaven, and so easy.

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Post by eddie on Mon Jan 15, 2018 1:21 pm

Syl wrote:
eddie wrote:I eat very strange concoctions of food.  In Texas it was curried chickpeas, olives and blackberries whilst playing darts.
And that's not even though I was a drunk.

I've never tasted curried chickpeas.
I can make a meal of olives and crusty bread, olive oil and balsamic dip on the side....large glass of dry white wine, heaven,  and so easy.


One of my favourite concoctions is tinned tuna (proper tuna not that cat food sloshy shit) with West Indian hot pepper sauce on it, olives, boiled eggs with salad cream, hummus and crackers.

Don't eat tuna anymore now though.


When we ate in the vegan restaurant they sold tins of "toona". I meant to buy some. I can't remember what it was made out of I'll have to ask Ben.
Oh! And their cheese is made from cashew nuts and is fucking awesome.

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Post by Syl on Mon Jan 15, 2018 1:27 pm

I prefer tinned tuna (steak) to fresh tuna which can sometimes be a bit dry....bit like tinned red salmon is just as delicious as fresh, smoked or poached salmon.

My mum used to call tinned salmon proper salmon. Smile

I love tuna with lots of vinegar and a sliced raw onion...I am a woman of simple taste.

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Post by eddie on Mon Jan 15, 2018 1:31 pm

You got to have a raw middle for a proper tuna steak to be melt-in-the-mouth tasty. Otherwise, like a meat steak, it's overcooked.

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Post by Syl on Mon Jan 15, 2018 1:33 pm

That's my problem...I overcook everything I think.
Especially meat...I should be a vegetarian really.

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Post by eddie on Mon Jan 15, 2018 1:40 pm

Syl wrote:That's my problem...I overcook everything I think.
Especially meat...I should be a vegetarian really.

Hahahahahahahaha. The only thing you need to pretty much "overcook" to a small extent is white meat - chicken and pork - take any meat or fish out just before I it seems done, and remember that it still cooks about minute after you put it on your plate.

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Post by Cass on Mon Jan 15, 2018 3:53 pm

Syl wrote:I love to see your pics of delicious meals Cass.
I am not a particularly good cook myself but I really appreciate others.

Thank you x

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Post by Cass on Mon Jan 15, 2018 3:57 pm

eddie wrote:Syl get some baby new potatoes with the skins on olive oil, garlic and pepper and roast them in the oven.

Season some smoked salmon

Fry up some garlic, kale, red onion, red peppers, mushrooms, baby tomatoes, long stemmed brocolli, thinly sliced courgette and season it all with smoked paprika and parsley - at the last minute throw in some pine nuts.

Chuck the potatoes on the plate shove the veg on top and scatter the salmon.

Soooooo nice. When I'm in the mood for fish on the rare occasion this dinner is fab. I do substitute the salmon for quorn fajita strips mostly.

Sounds yummy.

Try parboiling the potatoes a bit first then put on baking sheet and slightly smash them down before putting on the garlic and seasoning. Also a bit of smoked Spanish paprika would be great here too.

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Post by Cass on Mon Jan 15, 2018 3:58 pm

eddie wrote:
Syl wrote:

I've never tasted curried chickpeas.
I can make a meal of olives and crusty bread, olive oil and balsamic dip on the side....large glass of dry white wine, heaven,  and so easy.


One of my favourite concoctions is tinned tuna (proper tuna not that cat food sloshy shit) with West Indian hot pepper sauce on it, olives, boiled eggs with salad cream, hummus and crackers.

Don't eat tuna anymore now though.


When we ate in the vegan restaurant they sold tins of "toona". I meant to buy some. I can't remember what it was made out of I'll have to ask Ben.
Oh! And their cheese is made from cashew nuts and is fucking awesome.

https://store.veganessentials.com/mobile/vegan-toona-by-sophies-kitchen-p4263.aspx

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Post by Maddog on Mon Jan 15, 2018 4:00 pm

I'm just cooking some recipes that Ben Shapiro shared on the Daily Wire. I was going to post them, but nevermind now. Wink

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Post by Cass on Mon Jan 15, 2018 4:02 pm

eddie wrote:
eddie wrote:I eat very strange concoctions of food.  In Texas it was curried chickpeas, olives and blackberries whilst playing darts.
And that's not even though I was a drunk.

So what's your weirdest combo of food? I have a whole list cheers

When we go to our favorite Vietnamese restaurant, Mr. C gets a side of fries and I will ask for some peanut sauce and dip it in that. Sooooooo good. Goes very nicely with my bacon and egg fried rice that the owner cooks fresh.

Fried pickles. But I love proper kosher dill pickles anyway. Eds did you try them over here? Again soooooo good.

Deep fried peanut butter and jelly sandwich but only once a year when the fair comes around.

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Post by eddie on Mon Jan 15, 2018 4:32 pm

Maddog wrote:I'm just cooking some recipes that Ben Shapiro shared on the Daily Wire.  I was going to post them, but nevermind now.  Wink

Don’t be a dumbass Razz

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eddie wrote:
Maddog wrote:I'm just cooking some recipes that Ben Shapiro shared on the Daily Wire.  I was going to post them, but nevermind now.  Wink

Don’t be a dumbass Razz

I try, but it's hard. I think it's genetic. Wink

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BBQ (homemade) Chicken, Homemade mac n cheese, green beans and Mexican roasted corn.

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Post by Maddog on Tue Jan 16, 2018 1:28 am

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So what's your weirdest combo of food? I have a whole list cheers

When we go to our favorite Vietnamese restaurant, Mr. C gets a side of fries and I will ask for some peanut sauce and dip it in that. Sooooooo good. Goes very nicely with my bacon and egg fried rice that the owner cooks fresh.

Fried pickles. But I love proper kosher dill pickles anyway. Eds did you try them over here? Again soooooo good.

Deep fried peanut butter and jelly sandwich but only once a year when the fair comes around.

French fries at a Vietnamese place? You married a savage!!! Laughing

TBH, I don't know if the Vietnamese places around here even have french fries.

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Re: What’s cooking at your house?

Post by Cass on Tue Jan 16, 2018 1:42 am

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When we go to our favorite Vietnamese restaurant, Mr. C gets a side of fries and I will ask for some peanut sauce and dip it in that. Sooooooo good. Goes very nicely with my bacon and egg fried rice that the owner cooks fresh.

Fried pickles. But I love proper kosher dill pickles anyway. Eds did you try them over here? Again soooooo good.

Deep fried peanut butter and jelly sandwich but only once a year when the fair comes around.

French fries at a Vietnamese place?  You married a savage!!! Laughing

TBH, I don't know if the Vietnamese places around here even have french fries.    

No I married a Glaswegian. He has French fry sandwiches. They’re called chip buggies.

But honestly the peanut sauce goes so well with fries. Their fries are really top notch. And I’m not a fry girl. Give me cheese curds. Everything at this place is cooked fresh to order. The chef also does classical French dishes too. I want to marry him Razz

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Re: What’s cooking at your house?

Post by Maddog on Tue Jan 16, 2018 1:46 am

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French fries at a Vietnamese place?  You married a savage!!! Laughing

TBH, I don't know if the Vietnamese places around here even have french fries.    

No I married a Glaswegian. He has French fry sandwiches. They’re called chip buggies.

But honestly the peanut sauce goes so well with fries. Their fries are really top notch. And I’m not a fry girl. Give me cheese curds. Everything at this place is cooked fresh to order. The chef also does classical French dishes too. I want to marry him Razz

I'm not a huge fan of peanut sauce. It's like putting peanut butter on stuff. I like the fish sauce with my spring rolls, then I put sirracha in it.

Dr told me to lay off the sodium, so I don't know how often I will be eating Pho anymore.

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Re: What’s cooking at your house?

Post by Cass on Tue Jan 16, 2018 1:53 am

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No I married a Glaswegian. He has French fry sandwiches. They’re called chip buggies.

But honestly the peanut sauce goes so well with fries. Their fries are really top notch. And I’m not a fry girl. Give me cheese curds. Everything at this place is cooked fresh to order. The chef also does classical French dishes too. I want to marry him Razz

I'm not a huge fan of peanut sauce. It's like putting peanut butter on stuff. I like the fish sauce with my spring rolls, then I put sirracha in it.

Dr told me to lay off the sodium, so I don't know how often I will be eating Pho anymore.  

I make my own because of the sodium and the onion.

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Re: What’s cooking at your house?

Post by Maddog on Tue Jan 16, 2018 1:55 am

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I'm not a huge fan of peanut sauce. It's like putting peanut butter on stuff. I like the fish sauce with my spring rolls, then I put sirracha in it.

Dr told me to lay off the sodium, so I don't know how often I will be eating Pho anymore.  

I make my own because of the sodium and the onion.

Sorry, I only eat Pho made by people named Nguyen. Rolling Eyes

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Re: What’s cooking at your house?

Post by Cass on Tue Jan 16, 2018 2:04 am

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I make my own because of the sodium and the onion.



Sorry, I only eat Pho made by people named Nguyen.  Rolling Eyes  

Good thing I wasn’t offering then Wink

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Re: What’s cooking at your house?

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Sorry, I only eat Pho made by people named Nguyen.  Rolling Eyes  

Good thing I wasn’t offering then Wink


I'm sure that Glaswegian eats it all anyway. tongue

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Post by Cass on Tue Jan 16, 2018 5:28 am

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Good thing I wasn’t offering then Wink


I'm sure that Glaswegian eats it all anyway. tongue  

Yeah he does lol!

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Re: What’s cooking at your house?

Post by Syl on Tue Jan 16, 2018 3:51 pm

Tonight we are having...M&S steak pie in buttery shortcrust pastry, my signature dish of tossed salad, followed by an individual millionaires desert. (M&S again)
Photo pending. Laughing

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