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#51 2020-06-14 02:24:24

m1rr0r5h4d35
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Re: What do you like to Eat? Share your favourite Recipes!

I was recently gifted the Firefly-themed Cookbook -
https://www.amazon.com/Firefly-Damn-Coo … 1789092418
- and I have to say that many of the recipes inside look damn tasty. I haven't had the chance to actually make any of them yet, so I will have to report back, but there are several videos on youtube of some of the items being made.

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q … CfGaiundCS


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#52 2020-11-09 17:54:57

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Re: What do you like to Eat? Share your favourite Recipes!

If I ask myself what I want to eat, if I could have anything, the answer is always nachos.

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#53 2020-11-09 19:36:58

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Re: What do you like to Eat? Share your favourite Recipes!

oooh Good topic!

Diced potatoes or hashbrowns cooked in a decent olive oil. Those Or-ita square hashbrowns were the best, but they quit making them.

spread potatoes or hashbrowns out on plate, add fresh diced tomatoes, and fresh choppped Serrano peppers, cover with a white shredded chedder cheese, and microwave to melt the cheese for about 45 seconds or so:)
This is our goto after a hard hike, bike, or day at work.  Broccoli or fresh green beans on the side.
Simple and filling:)

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#54 2020-11-10 21:44:57

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Re: What do you like to Eat? Share your favourite Recipes!

Sauteed leek, root vegatbles (kohlrabi, rutabaga, sweet potato etc.) and pumpkin. It's a phase.
Also self-made wakame salad - it's easy!


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#55 2020-11-11 00:30:27

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Re: What do you like to Eat? Share your favourite Recipes!

Root vegetables.  A few weeks ago I dug up some dandelions, ate the flowers and leaves, but forgot the roots: they'd sprouted.  I chopped them up and cooked them for breakfast today. It made me happy on a cold snowy day (-22°C this morning), and we got close to 50cm (2 feet) of snow in 2 days.  Time for skiing.


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#56 2020-11-11 01:14:25

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Re: What do you like to Eat? Share your favourite Recipes!

Blackened or Cajun spiced fish and Carolina red rice...

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#57 2021-02-09 21:50:11

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Re: What do you like to Eat? Share your favourite Recipes!

I have been trying out curries. Need to go to the store so using some substitute ingredients. This is now:

No rice so grits for base.

The curry is: coconut oil, curry paste, black pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, red pepper flakes, cocoa powder, vanilla extract... chickpeas, broccoli, edamame, peas... tomato paste, crushed tomatoes, half and half, sriracha, lime juice, fish sauce

Smells good so far! We'll see what happens :-)

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#58 2021-02-10 05:20:43

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Re: What do you like to Eat? Share your favourite Recipes!

Some experimental curry!
How was it?
In any case, I love cooking with what's at hand, as opposed to going shopping for a specific recipe.

Nick wrote:

grits

Had to look that up. So it's polenta? I never knew. (*)
Sounds like the swedish word "gröt" and the german word "grütze", both meaning any kind of (coarse) porridge.

(*) edit: oh crap, I saw a reference to Charleston somewhere, so somebody who "knows about these things" will be along shortly. To take the wind out of their sails: yeah, it's not exactly polenta, because there's, you know, regional cultural differences. And apparently the Italians didn't bring polenta to America with them, it already was a native thing before anyone came there from Europe. But still, it's polenta.

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#59 2021-02-16 19:46:19

Nick
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Re: What do you like to Eat? Share your favourite Recipes!

ohnonot wrote:

Some experimental curry!
How was it?
In any case, I love cooking with what's at hand, as opposed to going shopping for a specific recipe.

Nick wrote:

grits

Had to look that up. So it's polenta? I never knew. (*)
Sounds like the swedish word "gröt" and the german word "grütze", both meaning any kind of (coarse) porridge.

It was good! Back from shopping, rice next time. As far as grits goes, I know grits come from corn and oatmeal comes from oats :-) That's about it

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