Wednesday's Dinner - 9/21

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taxlady

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We had some sunroot (Jerusalem artichoke) cream soup from the freezer and roasted onion sausages. There was also some wholewheat baguette to go with that. I froze the soup with no cream in it. Today I added crème fraiche, instead of whipping cream, and some salt and lemon. I forgot the salt and lemon when I first made it. That was really good. Those sausages are really good too and went really well with the soup. I ate too much.


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Cooking Goddess

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The last time I made picadillo, I got smart. I made the full recipe and then froze half of it before I called Himself into the kitchen. We had that second half of the batch today, along with yellow rice, butter and bacon fat sautéed corn, and cut-up grape tomatoes and Persian cucumbers seasoned with Grains of Paradise and Hawaiian black salt
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Andy M.

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IMG_0331.jpegI decided on breakfast for dinner tonight. SO returns tomorrow. So I made an omelet with ham, cheese, green pepper, red onion and crimini mushrooms.
 

dragnlaw

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20220920_095833.jpg Actually made this on Tues, baked (oops no pic) and then had half for supper. Stuffed Eggplant with Scallops. That's the last of them. :p

Think I've found a fish monger not too far from me. Perhaps I'll be able to purchase single servings. I don't mean the giant (10's & U's) at the big grocers but I'll have to compare prices if the smaller ones are available defrosted.
 

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