Dinner 01/08/18 to 01/14/18
#16
  Re: Dinner 01/08/18 to 01/14/18 by Harborwitch (A little late - but ...)
Sharon, that sounds really good!

I didn’t do much cooking this week.  I did do Hamburger Pie one night and William did School House Soup today.  And of course, we had steak night Friday.  Hoping to do more cooking this week. Blush
Daphne
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#17
  Re: Dinner 01/08/18 to 01/14/18 by Harborwitch (A little late - but ...)
Daphne that is one of our favorite chicken thigh recipes - awesome.  

Last night we had an amazing Paella recipe with fresh clams & mussels & some large shrimp I had in the freezer.  The whole dinner took about 30 mins.  

Tonight is a big salad with local bay shrimp, hard boiled egg, onions & celery with a classic 1000 Island dressing.
You only live once . . . but if you do it right once should be enough!
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#18
  Re: Dinner 01/08/18 to 01/14/18 by Harborwitch (A little late - but ...)
Thanks for sharing the chicken recipe, Sharon. It sounds delicious and I will be saving it for future use. So you think we should start a new thread for the week or just extend the date?

We had babyback ribs with a fabulous BBQ Mustard Sauce that Jean had given me to try. Really tasty! Ribs went into the Instant Pot for 25 minutes then sauced and a quick broil. Yummy.
Maryann

"Drink your tea slowly and reverently..."
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#19
  Re: Dinner 01/08/18 to 01/14/18 by Harborwitch (A little late - but ...)
I just extended the date Maryann.

Last night we took a New York out of the freezer and dropped it in the "bucket" for an hour and a half at 128.  It got a cold water bath and then hit the screaming hot cast iron griddle.  To go with we had orecchiette with sauteed hedge hog mushrooms, peas and shaved Parm.  We got the mushrooms down in the harbor last weekend - spendy but we both agreed - probably the absolutely most flavorful mushroom ever.  We only got 1/2 lb - but if they have them this weekend we're splurging on a whole pound!  

Tonight is still up in the air.
You only live once . . . but if you do it right once should be enough!
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#20
  Re: Dinner 01/08/18 to 01/14/18 by Harborwitch (A little late - but ...)
Well, Picky got "meat dressing"  (also know as Tortiere filing) sandwiches.  For kicks and for any stragglers who drop in, I made a beef, beer and bacon stew with tiny potatoes.  Cloves, allspice, tomato paste, mustard and apple cider vinegar rounded out the 603 India Ale sauce.  Yummy!!
PJ
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