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Re: Whats Cooking?

Postby silverhead » Sun Dec 25, 2016

The "catered" food, some Filipino dishes. Personally, I'd have preferred the Shrimp Alfredo :roll: , it goes better with the steak ;)

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Re: Whats Cooking?

Postby fusion555 » Sun Dec 25, 2016

Looks like Pancit, dont know the middle one, last one Menudo or Minchado, nice :D
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Re: Whats Cooking?

Postby silverhead » Sun Dec 25, 2016

fusion555 wrote:Looks like Pancit, dont know the middle one, last one Menudo or Minchado, nice :D


Yes the top one is a type of Pancit, middle is the "stuffing " for Fresh Lumpia, and bottom is Menudo. Her friend cooked it. She also gave us a pile of frozen Lumpia that we didn't get around to defrosting and cooking yet. A lot of food for 3 people when you throw in the steaks and side dishes.
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Re: Whats Cooking?

Postby fusion555 » Sun Dec 25, 2016

My wife is from the Philipines
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Re: Whats Cooking?

Postby Silversaving » Mon Dec 26, 2016

fusion555 wrote:My wife is from the Philipines


Ditto, my wife's from Cebu. She made Lumpia today as well. Doubt I'll ever grow tired of it.
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Re: Whats Cooking?

Postby fusion555 » Mon Dec 26, 2016

Iv been to Cebu, mine is from Leyte.
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Re: Whats Cooking?

Postby Purple and Gold » Mon Dec 26, 2016

I like the addition of the eggs and lemon slices on top, yum
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Re: Whats Cooking?

Postby MaryB » Mon Dec 26, 2016

No pics but beef and refried bean chimichangas yesterday with salad on the side. Was a hit with company and I have leftovers for tonight! I started with a grass fed beef chuck roast that I cubed then simmered in water and a cup of medium hot chili powder until it was falling apart tender. Shredded it with 2 forks then added some of the cooking liquid back to it and put it in the fridge to soak up the liquid overnight. Refried beans were mashed leftover pintos from when I made chili Thursday that I fried in bacon fat and a little chili powder for flavor(melt the fat, add you chili powder and saute it until fragrant, it releases the oils!).

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Re: Whats Cooking?

Postby Recluse » Wed Dec 28, 2016

Rik Bitter wrote:
SilverStateGOP wrote:
Engineer wrote:fluff politics...I'm going to make one of these weird satanic pizza star things.

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Hardly satanic... looks pretty damn good.


Anything with "Cheesy Sauce" has a Lawful Good alignment in my estimation.


Gonna put this here so I can find it easier later.
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Re: Whats Cooking?

Postby silverhead » Sun Feb 05, 2017

Super Bowl Vittles,

Fajitas, to the best of my recollection a little over 3 pounds of skirt steak (they were out of flank), about 1.5 pounds shrimp (cut in half and "marinated" with lime and lemon juice and finished off on the grill with the veggies), 3 red bell peppers, and 2 onions cooked on the Weber.


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West Indies Curry

Postby Silvertongue » Tue Feb 07, 2017

I lived in the UK for a while and once took a room from a woman from the West Indies. She taught me this recipe and my family and many friends have enjoyed it for years. Try it. You'll thank me later. ;)

Indian Curry
(from Mrs. Sankersingh)

Ingredients:

2 large boneless, skinless chicken breasts (or goat meat if you prefer, haha)
2 sticks of butter
1 (pint) can of peeled, whole tomatoes
1 large onion
1 green pepper
1 ½ tablespoons of yellow curry powder
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon black pepper
1 tablespoon crushed red pepper flakes(use more or less for desired heat)
¼ teaspoon garlic powder or crushed fresh garlic
1 dash tabasco sauce
1 small handful of raisins (1/4 to 1/3 cup).

Instructions:

Cut the chicken into small cubes and sauté in butter (a little from the one of the two sticks) over a medium heat until cooked through. Set aside.

Melt 1 stick (1/4 lb.) of butter in a large (deep) saucepan.

Chop the onion and green pepper and sauté over a medium heat until onions are soft (do not brown them).

Add the salt, black pepper, garlic, red pepper, and the curry powder, stirring in each ingredient thoroughly. Stir intermittently until you see and oil forming on the top of the mixture. At this point…

Add in the can of tomatoes, stir well, and then thoroughly mash the tomatoes with a potato masher. (Sounds weird, but gives the right consistency.)

When the mixture is hot again, add in 2nd stick of butter and the dash of tobacco and stir until blended.

Toss in raisins.

Stir in the cubed chicken and allow to simmer, stirring occasionally, for 15-20 minutes (you can go longer and let the curry flavor soak into the meat.)

Serve hot over rice.
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Re: Whats Cooking?

Postby Mechanic4hire3 » Sat Feb 25, 2017

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Re: Whats Cooking?

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Re: Whats Cooking?

Postby fusion555 » Sat Feb 25, 2017

Been making some Salami, my first try.

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Re: Whats Cooking?

Postby Shyestsparks » Sat Feb 25, 2017

fusion555 wrote:Been making some Salami, my first try.

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Oh wow, that looks awesome Colin; I'd ask for a taste of your Salami but that will turn south very quickly around here :shock: :lol: .
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Re: Whats Cooking?

Postby Mechanic4hire3 » Sat Feb 25, 2017

Going to try that Indian Dish next week looks yummy. As for the salami I don't have clue. Looks good!
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Re: Whats Cooking?

Postby Bookwalter » Sat Feb 25, 2017

Recluse wrote:
Rik Bitter wrote:
SilverStateGOP wrote:
Engineer wrote:fluff politics...I'm going to make one of these weird satanic pizza star things.

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Hardly satanic... looks pretty damn good.


Anything with "Cheesy Sauce" has a Lawful Good alignment in my estimation.


Gonna put this here so I can find it easier later.


Looks Devilishly good to me...

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Re: Whats Cooking?

Postby Bookwalter » Sat Feb 25, 2017

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These pictures speak volumes. After a hard day of ridin thru the mud, that sausage and spuds dish would surely soothe the tired and dirty. Just a few cold ones and the evening is complete.
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Re: Whats Cooking?

Postby Mechanic4hire3 » Sat Feb 25, 2017

Yes sir BookWalter. Bowchickawowwow. Instead of some suds I went. Pineapple OJ with 151.. Bacardi stoped makin 151 so I had to get.
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Re: Whats Cooking?

Postby silverhead » Sat Feb 25, 2017

Mechanic4hire3 wrote:Yes sir BookWalter. Bowchickawowwow. Instead of some suds I went. Pineapple OJ with 151.. Bacardi stoped makin 151 so I had to get.
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:thumbup: Ahhh! The high octane stuff, my liver still hurts from the 1970's drinking that stuff and the occasional Everclear.
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