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veal marsala
side of buttered fettuccine
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Grilled skewers of chicken, green pepper, onion, mushroom, and cauliflower; pita bread and hummus that were their constituent ingredients two hours prior; basmati rice made with whatever herbs and spices were handy. Both sets of parents came over so we couldn't just forage for leftovers as usual.

Best part, my bakes-but-doesn't-cook fiancee made it because I was working on the house all day. I just had to leave detailed instructions on what went in the marinade before heading to Home Depot.
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Grilled skewers of chicken, green pepper, onion, mushroom, and cauliflower; pita bread and hummus that were their constituent ingredients two hours prior; basmati rice made with whatever herbs and spices were handy. Both sets of parents came over so we couldn't just forage for leftovers as usual. Best part, my bakes-but-doesn't-cook fiancee made it because I was working on the house all day. I just had to leave detailed instructions on what went in the marinade before heading to Home Depot.
Wouldn't it be easier to say "From Scratch"? Anyway, sounds like a good meal. I would think cauliflower is difficult to skewer / grill - did you blanche first?
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Roasted turkey breast stuff with mushroom, spinach, garlic, onion.
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Wouldn't it be easier to say "From Scratch"?

Would've been, you're right. Verbosity got the better of me.

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Anyway, sounds like a good meal. I would think cauliflower is difficult to skewer / grill - did you blanche first?

We didn't and we should have. She was... not enthusiastic about skewering the cauliflower. Thanks for the tip; that will happen next time.
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Roasted duck breast, duck gyoza, caramelized savoy, coriander and orange sauce. First time making gyoza, very happy with the result.

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That duck looks perfectly cooked.
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18 hour sous vide duck leg confit, salad, negative space.
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Roasted duck breast, duck gyoza, caramelized savoy, coriander and orange sauce. First time making gyoza, very happy with the result.

Looks delicious.
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I had my first taste of something cooked sous-vide...a short rib at the Cannery in Newport Beach. It was very tender, as expected. Such a big portion though. The flavoring of the meat was rather bland though, I prefer a nice braise. Maybe it was their technique/seasoning of it all.
post #6266 of 25581
first time making poached eggs. was really suprised how easy it was. the eggs came out pretty perfect for me. served with bacon and some toast.
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Roasted duck breast, duck gyoza, caramelized savoy, coriander and orange sauce. First time making gyoza, very happy with the result.

Just fapped.
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first time making poached eggs. was really suprised how easy it was. the eggs came out pretty perfect for me. served with bacon and some toast.

Nice job - they look perfectly done to me too. Oh, to have time in the mornings to prepare a good breakfast and chase yolk around the plate with toast.
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Nice job - they look perfectly done to me too. Oh, to have time in the mornings to prepare a good breakfast and chase yolk around the plate with toast.
eggs look a little undercooked to me tbh. runny whites... love poached eggs though. could eat them every meal of the day.
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Roasted duck breast, duck gyoza, caramelized savoy, coriander and orange sauce. First time making gyoza, very happy with the result.

looks great. Yesterday we also made gyoza dumplings - half were pork and shrimp, while the other half were lamb. We were also going to make veggie ones (spinach with shiitake muchrooms and carrots), but this idiot forgot to pick up carrots

We'll make those tomorrow. If I remember, I'll post pictures of the festivities yesterday.
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