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What's for dinner, honey?
02-01-2016, 11:48 AM
Post: #921
RE: What's for dinner, honey?
Why, thank you!

Really having fun with the donabe. Prep is fun and easy, results are delicious crowd pleasers, and clean up is virtually non-existent.

Here are a couple takes on kimchinabe with ribeye, meat ball, various fungi, and a buncha other yummeh stuff...

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02-04-2016, 02:52 PM
Post: #922
RE: What's for dinner, honey?
Arrived back home after a day at the office with kimchi and bacon on my mind. Poured myself a nice glass of red, sat down to read the latest Bon Appetit, and stumbled across this---> http://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/kimchi-...with-bacon

I had all ingredients on hand and the recipe is simple/straight forward, soooo about 1hr(and one more glass) later...

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The depth of flavor was truly magnificent. It's so good I'd proudly serve this to anybody with an adventurous culinary spirit...anybody.

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02-04-2016, 05:40 PM
Post: #923
RE: What's for dinner, honey?
Thank you for including the link..
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02-05-2016, 09:29 AM
Post: #924
RE: What's for dinner, honey?
That dish looks fantastic Sunset. I might have a go myself at that one night. Tonight I will be making the "Hairy Bikers" Jalfresi for one and all. I shall have to omit the finger chili's, (as it will be too hot for the women in the household), but I can always put a couple in for me when served up.
The recipe is not bad, and the results are OK, but when you live in a country which (apparently) our national dish is now Tikka Massalla, and every town has numerous curry houses, it seems easier just to hop out and pick one up.

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02-05-2016, 10:01 PM
Post: #925
RE: What's for dinner, honey?
Well dang, I've been a culinary hairy biker(minus the hairy part) for the last 4 decades. Pix of the jalfrezi or it didn't happen.Wink

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02-06-2016, 12:09 PM
Post: #926
RE: What's for dinner, honey?
Haha, all consumed mate, but although the family swore it was good, it did not do it for me. So I have no photos. Do you have the Hairy Bikers over there? They are great down to earth Northerners, from over here, who happen to do great cooking. I expect Bubba, might like them, they ride those BMW's which he does!

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02-06-2016, 12:25 PM
Post: #927
RE: What's for dinner, honey?
These are the Hairy Bikers -

The Hairy Bikers

Hairy Bikers Great Curries Book

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02-06-2016, 04:07 PM
Post: #928
RE: What's for dinner, honey?
(02-06-2016 12:09 PM)NWoBHM Wrote:  Do you have the Hairy Bikers over there?

I ride with several!Big Grin

I also know what you mean about my family/guests complimenting a dish that I felt wasn't up to my standards. I just smile and say "thank you".Wink

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02-12-2016, 12:07 PM
Post: #929
RE: What's for dinner, honey?
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A quick al dente roast followed by an even quicker saute in evoo, melted anchovy fillets, and lightly crushed garlic cloves. Then added to fettuccini with a big ol' dollop of romesco sauce in lieu of a tomato based marinara, and a generous sprinkling of pecorino.

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02-12-2016, 12:24 PM
Post: #930
RE: What's for dinner, honey?
For dinner tonight is Pat Chapman's "Great Curries" Chicken Vindaloo, with fresh Bird Eye Chilli's. Must remember to put the loo roll in the freezer tonight!!

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