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post #2041 of 2860

I got tots, beans and eggs on my shopping list.  Might as well get some wieners and pickles, too.  Heheh.

 

Make a 'dog bean tot egg pickle sandwich!

 

Maybe it should be tot dog bean egg pickle?  

 

 

 

 

 

 

On toast.

post #2042 of 2860

Last night we made potato-chip crusted chicken, with a bit of a twist. We used the new Lay's chips, in two flavors. For myself, I did a Siracha chip crust, while my wife went with the Chicken and Waffle flavored chips. The Siracha chip crust was great, had a nice kick to it. The Chicken and Waffle crust wasn't bad, but a little sweet for my liking.

 

Next time, I'm going to do a buttermilk soak, with some Siracha added to boost the flavor a bit, and add some moistness to the chicken.
 

post #2043 of 2860

^ nice. I should try your Lay's chicken recipe.

post #2044 of 2860

Making Pan Bagnat sandwiches.

 

 

post #2045 of 2860

What! Outrageous! It looks absolutely delicious deconstructed.

post #2046 of 2860
Grilled Cheese Friday

Shredded,extra old Balderson Cheddar cheese and sweet white onion.
Stonemill golden flax seed bread,unsalted butter,Heinz ketchup and Lodge cast iron bacon/sandwich press.
Some no crust and firm press,others crust on,light press.
You know what time it is...




Edited by 5aces - 3/1/13 at 7:56pm
post #2047 of 2860

Breakfast time again.

Leftovers!

AppleMark

post #2048 of 2860

AppleMark

 

AppleMark

post #2049 of 2860

After some burnt fingers, and several terrible looking ones, a few decent looking tuile cookies.

 

post #2050 of 2860

Those cookies remind me of the Asian ones I used to eat.  Vietnamese food was sometimes inspired by the French.

 

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post #2051 of 2860

I cook all the time, I am Thai but I cook mostly vegeterian food.

post #2052 of 2860
Quote:
Originally Posted by ExoticGunplay View Post

I am Thai

My most recent taste of Thai cuisine:


Edited by 5aces - 3/4/13 at 7:25pm
post #2053 of 2860

White tablecloth service! YES!

And incredible looking food too.

What are the condiments on the bottom right corner of the noodle dish?

Ultimate yummy!

post #2054 of 2860

Beer clink.

post #2055 of 2860
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Originally Posted by Clayton SF View Post

What are the condiments on the bottom right corner of the noodle dish?

Dry chilies and roasted peanuts.Mississauga version of Bangkok Pad Thai,from the restaurant Twin Fish.
Usually dine there before heading into the IMAX theater right next door.

(pic from Twin Fish)
Edited by 5aces - 3/5/13 at 8:13pm
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