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post #2236 of 2812

Grill, love it.  nothing beat it in the summer time.

 

I will fire up the Weber tomorrow with Cowboy Lump charcoal and toss couple Waygu steaks.

 

post #2237 of 2812

Baked wild salmon salad with Dave's Killer organic toast points. The greens are arugula and spinach, the cheese is goat feta.

 

 

I baked the fish on parchment so all there was to wash was a fork.

 

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I didn't really wash it, I just licked it off tongue.gif


Edited by grokit - 5/8/13 at 10:21am
post #2238 of 2812

Stir-fry of baby bok choy, broccolini, red onions and a side of quinoa and cherry tomato salad.

 

post #2239 of 2812
It's Monaco ("Baby!") race weekend again, so that means it's time for a mess o' la zi ji ... again!





Clayton, that bok choy looks awesome. Even with the quinoa. wink.gif
post #2240 of 2812

I neeed this recipe, Pudu! My life depends on it redface.gif

post #2241 of 2812
Yay Monaco!

Looks fantastic, Pudu!
post #2242 of 2812

I didn't make this but I ate this. Does anyone have a recipe for Shanghai Chicken? It is made with chicken white meat, hot chili oil, pine nuts. The chopped green vegetables are leaves of the Chinese broccoli (so I was told by the waitress) which are deep fried. You toss the whole thing together before chowing down. I love this dish.

post #2243 of 2812
Spring is drawing to a close and after the Maple Sap run early on,we have Fiddlehead Ferns,another delicacy.
Carnival season is here too,so I made a couple of circus sized Smoked Turkey Legs for lunch.

I steam my Fiddleheads,then saute in a pan with some grape seed oil,sliced shallots,salt and pepper.
They taste a bit like rapini if steamed and asparagus if boiled and then sauteed.

Smoked Turkey Legs were reheated in a pan with rack and water to cover the bottom.
Covered with foil and placed in a 250F oven for two hours,turning half way and recovered with the foil.




Edited by 5aces - 5/26/13 at 12:43pm
post #2244 of 2812

That looks sooooooooooo healthy and sooooooooo goooooooood!

post #2245 of 2812
Yes,Fiddlhead Ferns are very healthy to eat.
A non marine source of Omega 3 & 6 and Vitamin C.
Very popular on the east side of Canada,some people find them gross looking.

The Turkey Legs were hickory smoked,the light from above was poor this morning and doesn't show the rich colored skin.
I picked those up at Walmart Supercenter,Niagara Falls NY, for $10.68, they are prepared by http://www.frickmeats.com/
If you reheat as detailed above,keeps them moist and dang,are they ever good !


Edited by 5aces - 5/26/13 at 6:18pm
post #2246 of 2812
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Yes,Fiddlhead Ferns are very healthy to eat.
A non marine source of Omega 3 & 6 and Vitamin C.
Very popular on the east side of Canada,some people find them gross looking.

The Turkey Legs were hickory smoked,the light from above was poor this morning and doesn't show the rich colored skin.
I picked those up at Walmart Supercenter,Niagara Falls NY, for $10.68, they are prepared by http://www.frickmeats.com/
If you reheat as detailed above,keeps them moist and dang,are they ever good !

 

 

Disney!!!

post #2247 of 2812
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I neeed this recipe, Pudu! My life depends on it redface.gif

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post #2248 of 2812
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Those fiddleheads look great, and bring back memories...

 

And I will have to hunt me down some turkey legs @ Costco!

post #2249 of 2812

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post #2250 of 2812
Lookin' summery there EP!

Where's the brew?
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