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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

NIce. Lichon with Mang Thomas sour sour sauce? Or is that Mama Sita?

Didn't notice, my pinoy pals set it all up.

I was able to snag half of the head and some other random parts for myself. Got lunch for the next few days then bones for some good stock.
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Had some really nice smoked sausages left from this big box of meats my directs gave me as an Xmas gift from Dean and Deluca's. I simmered Northern beans with an unpeeled onion cut in half, a carrot rough chopped, and a bay leaf. Got them tender, drained (tossed veggies stuff) and kept half a cup of the bean juice. Chopped a couple onions, some garlic cloves, and got the onions to browning in a pot. Sliced sausage and cooked them for 10 minutes with the onions and garlic. Tossed in beans, bean juice, and a cup of Mott's clamato juice, simmered for 30 minutes. Damn good.

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Some fresh bread Mrs. Piob had just made, a bottle of Chianti, and icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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starving cheap youngling checking in here... bought 4 beef burger patties for $2 and fried them off and chopped up, then cooked down a few diced onions, boiled up a few handfulls of macaroni, and then made a cream sauce, mixed all together... = big pot (4-5 meals? for about $5)

Here's how I did the cream sauce, please suggest changes.
I melted half a stick of butter, added 4-5 tablespoons of APFlour and whisked and waited, then whisked in 3-4 cups of milk, then various random stuff like a large handful of cheese, maybe 1/3 cup of cream cheese, some salt, lots of pepper, mustard, garlic powder, chili flakes, etc and then near the end whisked in an egg yolk mixed with some cold milk... all in all it was pretty good. What am I doing wrong?
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Originally Posted by Master-Classter View Post

starving cheap youngling checking in here... bought 4 beef burger patties for $2 and fried them off and chopped up, then cooked down a few diced onions, boiled up a few handfulls of macaroni, and then made a cream sauce, mixed all together... = big pot (4-5 meals? for about $5)
Here's how I did the cream sauce, please suggest changes.
I melted half a stick of butter, added 4-5 tablespoons of APFlour and whisked and waited, then whisked in 3-4 cups of milk, then various random stuff like a large handful of cheese, maybe 1/3 cup of cream cheese, some salt, lots of pepper, mustard, garlic powder, chili flakes, etc and then near the end whisked in an egg yolk mixed with some cold milk... all in all it was pretty good. What am I doing wrong?

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I am not a big cream sauce fan so this doesn't sound appealing to me but if you liked it and it was pretty good, what are you looking to change???
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Piob - does leaving an onion skin on impart flavor? never seen anyone point out that they didn't peel an onion.
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I'm saying I sort of just winged how I made the sauce... but I'm sure there's a technically correct method for this sort of thing, so if I've really missed it then please tell me how it's meant to be done.
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Not always the best looking food or the neatest plates but damn fine heart warming grub is what you need sometimes instead of all this fancy nonsense! Thanks for posting.

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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

Had some really nice smoked sausages left from this big box of meats my directs gave me as an Xmas gift from Dean and Deluca's. I simmered Northern beans with an unpeeled onion cut in half, a carrot rough chopped, and a bay leaf. Got them tender, drained (tossed veggies stuff) and kept half a cup of the bean juice. Chopped a couple onions, some garlic cloves, and got the onions to browning in a pot. Sliced sausage and cooked them for 10 minutes with the onions and garlic. Tossed in beans, bean juice, and a cup of Mott's clamato juice, simmered for 30 minutes. Damn good.
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Some fresh bread Mrs. Piob had just made, a bottle of Chianti, and icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #21685 of 25380
davesmith? "fancy nonsense" refers to what? I advise you to look up.
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post

davesmith? "fancy nonsense" refers to what? I advise you to look up.

time to get some new material Drew.
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Appy:

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is that marrow?
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More importantly, is that a bite out of the bread?
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post

is that marrow?

Yes.
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Originally Posted by itsstillmatt View Post

More importantly, is that a bite out of the bread?

Sort of. A crust end was broken off prior to a quick snap. You can see some marrow was already scooped on the ends too. I was with a bunch of cochons.
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