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#481

Vintage Shaver
Seattle, WA
Just arrived in the grocery sack, some powdered sugar
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and you know what that means...
Russian tea cookies!

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John
#482
No pics but I made Caramel Chicken last night and my wife and son gave me thumbs up on it. Essentially it's chicken breasts sautéed in olive oil for about 7 minutes per side. The sauce is soy sauce, brown sugar, rice wine vinegar, garlic cloves (I also added small baby carrots), water, ginger and salt and pepper. You add the chicken back in and saute it for another 25 minutes. Then reduce the sauce for about 5 to 10 minutes. I served it with Basmati rice. I add a pat of butter and some chicken bullion to add some flavor to the rice.

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#483

Member
Russia.
The son asked in the evening that for breakfast of pancakes baked. Hour with small in kitchen before a plate, is ready a breakfast to me and the son. Enjoy your meal!

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Here what turned out.
• 100% arabica coffee grain, ground, boiled.
• Red caviar.
• Pancakes.



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Enjoy your meal


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Suum cuique
#484

Merchant
Central Maine
MtnMan your dish sounds delicious, and Avgusto, the crepes with caviar looks delicious as well.

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Brian. Lover of SE razors. Maker of Krampert's Finest Products.
#485

Member
Russia.
(03-15-2019, 08:57 PM)ShadowsDad Wrote: MtnMan your dish sounds delicious, and Avgusto, the crepes with caviar looks delicious as well.

Pancakes it is also delightful tasty!
Suum cuique
#486

Merchant
Central Maine
Yes they are! I can't agree with you more! I have 2 eggs in my diet coming up this weekend. Crepes sounds like a really good possibility. I thank you for the reminder.
Brian. Lover of SE razors. Maker of Krampert's Finest Products.
#487

Merchant
Central Maine
Made more cherry sorbet today and refined the recipe a bit more. How? The first batch used 2 ingredients, a cherry blend out of the frozen food section of the supermarket, and Lt. corn syrup. It was a bit underwhelming flavorwise. So I ordered a bottle of cherry extract. 2 tsps added to the mix goosed it enough to make it pop on the tongue.

The recipe thus far... (There could be another addition of stabilizer to all of the sorbets)

1# of frozen cherry blend (Wymans, a mix of sweet Bing and sour cherries)
3/4 cup of lt corn syrup
2 tsps cherry extract

Using the tamping rod in the Vita-Mix makes the sorbet.

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Brian. Lover of SE razors. Maker of Krampert's Finest Products.
#488
It was in the low to mid-40's yesterday late afternoon...but the sun was out and there was only a light breeze. Good enough weather for me to fire up the Green Egg. While I grilled, the wife sauteed some asparagus and roasted some potatoes

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#489

Member
Russia.
Morning. Decided to make for the child cheesecakes.
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Enjoy your meal!


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#490

Merchant
Central Maine
Avgusto, they look delicious, but I must admit I have never heard of them before your post. More info' please. Recipe so that we can try them?
Brian. Lover of SE razors. Maker of Krampert's Finest Products.


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