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2/27/2021 12:06 pm  #126


Re: What have you cooked recently

I took them very thin slices.... https://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons3/grin.png


It seems to be all gone.  oops.  maybe I'll try making a lemon one later today


The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity  Amelia Earhart
 

2/27/2021 3:03 pm  #127


Re: What have you cooked recently

Orange bran mad!


Be Just And Fear Not
 

2/27/2021 7:44 pm  #128


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Looked delicious! I recommend adding gin to your lemon drizzle cake 🤫


Living life on the edge.
 

2/27/2021 9:30 pm  #129


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BigV wrote:

Orange bran mad!

bran? https://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons3/wassat.png

 


The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity  Amelia Earhart
 

2/27/2021 11:08 pm  #130


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BigV wrote:

Orange bran mad!

???


I Love my country, I fear the government.
 
 

2/28/2021 8:34 am  #131


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Orange man bad!
Orange bran mad!

 

2/28/2021 11:55 am  #132


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I shoulda figured that out myself.

I'm the Scarecrow.


I Love my country, I fear the government.
 
 

2/28/2021 2:14 pm  #133


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still clueless as to pertinence but moving on....


The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity  Amelia Earhart
 

2/28/2021 3:27 pm  #134


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Sorry for the thread drift Monster, but I was being stupid.


I Love my country, I fear the government.
 
 

2/28/2021 5:16 pm  #135


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Just a little wordplay

KEEP COOKING
AND 
CARRY ON


Be Just And Fear Not
 

2/28/2021 5:17 pm  #136


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Limey wrote:

Looked delicious! I recommend adding gin to your lemon drizzle cake 🤫

Gin!

of maybe Triple Sec, Grand Marnier


Be Just And Fear Not
 

3/14/2021 6:31 pm  #137


Re: What have you cooked recently

Steak Dianne tonight


Be Just And Fear Not
 

3/15/2021 12:26 pm  #138


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I've been buying small whole chickens once or twice a month.
They run 3 to 6 pounds.  4 to 7 bucks, less on sale!
Oil 'em, salt 'em, oven roast two +/- hours.
Damn they are tasty.
When you have someone over, cut in half, one for you and one to send home.
Couple of days leftovers.

 

3/15/2021 10:42 pm  #139


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We do that semi-regularly with whole ducks. The best part is afterward you can take the picked-over carcass and leave it simmering overnight to make a couple gallons of the best broth you've ever had in your life. Freeze that in a bunch of smaller portions (2 cups for regular recipes, 4-6 cups for soups) and you have a permanent rotating supply. Impossible to describe how much better it is than store bought broths.

 

4/10/2021 8:04 am  #140


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https://i.postimg.cc/MGGThqB2/DSC_0014_2.jpg


Living life on the edge.
 

4/10/2021 11:58 am  #141


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If crabs wonder, do they wonder why God made humans like to eat 'em?

 

4/10/2021 1:12 pm  #142


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Crab thoughts:

We got eight legs and we gotta walk sideways?!?!

 

4/19/2021 6:31 pm  #143


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I really haven't been cooking very much because of lots of unpleasant events in my life.  This week, I'm finally feeling the fire again.
The added wrinkle is my doctor wants me to go gluten free and cane sugar/hfcs free.  I don't really agree, but I'll try it for 3 weeks (not looking to discuss the decisions behind the diet change, thanks)

First, I made some chicken rolled with really good provolone and ham.  I rolled it in butter/oil mixture, then gluten free panko mixed with italian seasonings
https://i.ibb.co/pjBT6L3/image.png


When I was in PA, I had chicken romano and just LOVED it.  So, I decided to try my hand at it   (recipe)
I also made some honey mustard dressing from scratch (recipe)

https://i.ibb.co/W09rgs2/image.png

https://i.ibb.co/gWLhyC1/image.png


I was SO happy with how it all turned out.  The only problem was not draining it on a towel, but I was worried the breading would come off

Last edited by bbro (4/19/2021 6:34 pm)

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4/19/2021 8:47 pm  #144


Re: What have you cooked recently

They both look wonderful, and you have leftovers. 


 Freedom is just another word for nothin' left to lose.
 
 

4/19/2021 8:55 pm  #145


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xoxoxoBruce wrote:

They both look wonderful, and you have leftovers. 

Thanks - yea I do!  And they're ALL MINE!  Mwahahahaha!!!  https://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons3/devil.png

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4/19/2021 9:45 pm  #146


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They look AMAZING.  I'm thinking you might need a visit on my upcoming road trip ;)


The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity  Amelia Earhart
 

4/19/2021 9:57 pm  #147


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Gravdigr wrote:

Crab thoughts:

We got eight legs and we gotta walk sideways?!?!

https://cellar.org/images/smilies/lol.gif



More crab thoughts:

Stop scratching, I'm tryna eat here
 


The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity  Amelia Earhart
 

4/21/2021 1:22 pm  #148


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Lice thoughts:

I coulda been a real crab...

 

4/21/2021 5:02 pm  #149


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Another great option for carb-free breading (that IMHO tastes better than the GF panko, which we've also tried) is crushed pork rinds, also known as chicharones in some parts of the country.

 

4/21/2021 6:04 pm  #150


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fewer carbs on yer crabs. for those on a high crab low carb diet, 
 

 

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