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Old 07-26-2019, 11:04 PM
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I didn't take any pics and today was a state fair day. We both took the day off work and woke up early.

I made french style creamed eggs, buttered english muffin, link breakfast sausage, cofee.

Nothing special.

That filled me up for most the day.

My pre-dinner meal was a can of wild caught sardines in olive oil and a can of whole kernel corn. I'm a sucker for both items.

Dinner will be left over pasta from last night (of which I'll post about it in a bit)

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Old 07-27-2019, 07:10 AM
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Hmmm, that's maybe a dish for a snowy day. Lots of steps, multiple pans.

Thank you for posting, Karen.

I think I'll start a thread for this, so I can find it again.

Lee
Actually, I just used 2 pans, a saucepan and saute pan. Course the pork belly and broth had been cooked previously and frozen. I was thinking about starting a thread myself as we really liked this.
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Old 07-27-2019, 11:40 AM
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I'll have to look up your latest chicken dish, Med.

Peep, lovely char on those ribs!

We grilled chicken sausages flavored with roasted garlic and gruyere - wonderful! Will definitely get those again.

Served on whole wheat rolls with grilled peppers, onions and summer squashes.

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Old 07-27-2019, 12:36 PM
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I'll have to look up your latest thicken dish, Med.

Peep, lovely char on those ribs!

We grilled chicken sausages flavored with roasted garlic and gruyere - wonderful! Will definitely get those again.

Served on whole wheat rolls with grilled peppers, onions and summer squashes.

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Thank you Lee. Your dinner looks wonderful.
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DD & I worked together making a fantastic Lunch. This is also our new toy.
(18" 2-burner Blackstone Griddle.)
DD made the beansprouts w/peppers,mushrooms, onion, & garlic. Also she grilled the corn. Plus- I grilled the T-bones & Lamb Chops.
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DD & I worked together making a fantastic Lunch. This is also our new toy.
(18" 2-burner Blackstone Griddle.)
DD made the beansprouts w/peppers,mushrooms, onion, & garlic. Also she grilled the corn. Plus- I grilled the T-bones & Lamb Chops.
Nice Machine..... Propane ? ..... Nat Gas?
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Nice Machine..... Propane ? ..... Nat Gas?
18in. Table Top 2-Burner Propane Gas Grill in Stainless-Steel with Griddle Top
4.1 out of 5
Steel top, easy to clean
2 separate burners with 6000 BTU each, 12000 BTU total
Side grease cup to collect oil while cooking

It is small enough I can take it camping with us.
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Naked Burger on a bed of Fried Onions,Air Fries, Stewed Tomatoes w/ Okra & Yellow Corn, Mac Salad...
Hawaiian BBQ Sauce on Fries...




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18in. Table Top 2-Burner Propane Gas Grill in Stainless-Steel with Griddle Top
4.1 out of 5
Steel top, easy to clean
2 separate burners with 6000 BTU each, 12000 BTU total
Side grease cup to collect oil while cooking

It is small enough I can take it camping with us.
Sounds GRrrrrrrreate.
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I went to Frisch's (Big Boy) and got the big fish sandwich with onion rings.
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The end has come. I ate so much, but in such great taste.
The sequence cooking worked perfect; with the grilling of the hot sausage, and the cooking of the onions and red bell peppers. The macaroni is my favorite because they don't have the rigati, ( ridges ) . IMO, they taste better. They are not as heavy either....



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Made pasta. Meat is thawing. It'll be chicken pesto mazzarella with homemade tortellini. Inside the pasta is parm, garlic, ricotta.

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Homemade tortellini, Daniel!

Impressive!

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Homemade tortellini, Daniel!

Impressive!

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thanks. i discovered that setting 5 on the kitchenaid mixer pasta roller is too thick for tortellini. It'll have to be 6 or 7.

too doughy. had to overcook it to eliminate the dough smell/taste. i know for next time.

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Last night, pasta alla vodka and garlic rolls.

Any filled pasta has to be rolled fairly thinly, but still thick enough to provide structure. I accidentally found out that adding a little semolina helps with the structure, but doesn't affect texture or workability one time when I was really low on flour when I was making raviolos.
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