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post #27061 of 27074
I sort of want to make homemade perogies but I know it'll be a pain and they're nothing but empty carbs.
post #27062 of 27074
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

nothing but empty carbs.

1) as a filled dumpling, this seems an inapt description
2) Does happiness count for nothing?

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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

1) as a filled dumpling, this seems an inapt description
2) Does happiness count for nothing?

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But it's filled with carbs...not happiness. frown.gif
post #27064 of 27074
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But it's filled with carbs...not happiness. frown.gif

Just filled them with these. Yum!

post #27065 of 27074
Entree

Ottolenghi Courgette and Manchego fritters with lime and cardamon dipping sauce.

Main

Grilled marinated Chicken breast and thigh skewers.

Ottolenghi Aubergine Croquetes with a bitter green salad

Desert

Pavlova with mango, raspberries and macerated strawberries, whipped Gippsland thickened cream and Frugii passionfruit sorbet and vanilla gelato with a.cleanskin Riverina botrytis semillon .

Washed down with a couple of bottles of Victorian Pinot Noir .

This morning gym.
post #27066 of 27074
For the brunch h8ters. The buffet brunch at the Hyatt in Vienna is uncommonly good.



post #27067 of 27074
That is a good one. The pumpkin seeds that they have there are #dope.
post #27068 of 27074
Seared some foie gras to start off dinner with. So good.
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Seared some foie gras to start off dinner with. So good.

Foie gras on a Wednesday. This guy ova heah.
post #27070 of 27074
Made fresh carnitas. Had a dough ball in the freezer from last time I made dough. Bought some fresh mozz made this morning.

post #27071 of 27074

Leg of lamb slow cooked/baked 7 hours

Always wanted to try the whole seal up using dough thing.

Goes pretty well on top of a cauliflower puree too (got the idea from this thread). 

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Does the dough have any uses later on?

post #27073 of 27074

Nope, just chucked it. I guess it's edible, but after being baked for 7 hours, it's like a biscotti.

post #27074 of 27074
Tonight home made pesto with spelt pasta and Elizabeth David's flourless chocolate cake with whipped cream.

At 30c I wonder about wine, Ten Minute by Tractor Pinot Noir 2011? or a WA Omrah Unwooded Chardonnay? But then the local bottelo has a special on Beck's hmmm? Decisions decisions?
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