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Those all look lovely.
post #21872 of 25228
Thanks. Did you get Jerusalem? Simple recipes and very delicious ones at that.
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Originally Posted by mgm9128 View Post

Those all look lovely.

a big +1
post #21874 of 25228
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Thanks. Did you get Jerusalem? Simple recipes and very delicious ones at that.

I did not, but I have been eating a lot of fresh pomegranate lately. What a delicious snack.
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I did not, but I have been eating a lot of fresh pomegranate lately. What a delicious snack.
Indeed. And they work extremely well in the cauliflower dish. They add just the right texture and freshness to it. I'll pm you the recipe tomorrow. This reminds me that I still haven't cooked the cauliflower recipe you've sent me (curry oil etc.)... redface.gif I will though, definitely in the next fortnight.
post #21876 of 25228
Forgot to take pics but ground some short rib meat, added in some chorizo made at my local sausage shop, tossed in some garlic, eggs, roasted red and poblano peppers, and cilantro and made a meatloaf. Caramelized some onions on one pan, browned some shredded Brussels with garlic in another and that was what I plopped the meatloaf on top of.

Was great.
post #21877 of 25228
That sounds pretty awesome.

Had a kale salad with roasted squash and almonds here. Trying to eat healthy, have had a long string of bad (for me, good-tasting) meals...

To be fair, it was delicious.
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That sounds pretty awesome.

Had a kale salad with roasted squash and almonds here. Trying to eat healthy, have had a long string of bad (for me, good-tasting) meals...

To be fair, it was delicious.
eat sh*t edina.nod[1].gif
post #21879 of 25228
Yeah, I was really reluctant to try raw kale the first time, but it can be delicious in a salad.

I have learned that lacinato kale is infinitely better in a salad than normal curly kale. That and massaging the oil and acid (lemon juice in this case) into the leaves and letting it sit for about half an hour.
post #21880 of 25228
that's what I've been doing to kale for raw salads. I'm a big fran of kale and bok choy with a little tahini, peanuts, lime juice, and olive oil.
post #21881 of 25228
Oooh, I bet that is good.

We always do the same kale salad--lacinato kale, thinly sliced shallots, roughly chopped roasted almonds, and chunks of roasted squash, usually butternut, usually roasted with rosemary. Dressed with simple olive oil and lemon juice. Delicious.
post #21882 of 25228
Winter kale salad on our menu:
Kale, meyer lemon vinaigrette, roasted almonds, currants, scallion amd housemade ricotta. It's good. Love kale.
post #21883 of 25228
wow it's kwilk. sup buddy how's it going
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Winter kale salad on our menu:
Kale, meyer lemon vinaigrette, roasted almonds, currants, scallion amd housemade ricotta. It's good. Love kale.

this sounds great.




but god damn housemade stuff
/matt
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Winter kale salad on our menu:
Kale, meyer lemon vinaigrette, roasted almonds, currants, scallion amd housemade ricotta. It's good. Love kale.
there's our little roundmound of love!
sounds like a great salad.
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