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Re: Tonight's dinner?

Thai curry.
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

Som Tam Thai - green papaya salad

sour, slightly sweet, salty, tangy, crunchy, super spicy, heavenly...
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Old 17.04.2015, 00:28
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

Pan fried pork cutlet with mushroom cream sauce and buttered pasta.

Overall, certainly not the most nutritious or fat conscious recipe at all, but it was delicious!
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Old 17.04.2015, 03:34
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

Moms good, ol fashioned cooking with yummy pudding! (Tonight its mussaka and baked rhubarb tart)
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Old 18.04.2015, 16:17
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

I've got my mother in law & wife's cousin coming over tonight and I'm cooking them a bit of Punjabi fare:

- Murgh masala: Chicken curry
- Aloo gobi mutar: spiced cauliflower, potatoes and green peas
- Kheera raita: cucumber raita
- Naan: Yes home made! On a pizza stone in the oven
- Jeera chawal: Cumin basmati rice
- Kachumbari: mixed salad with a lime and black pepper dressing (no oil)
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Old 18.04.2015, 17:50
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I've got my mother in law & wife's cousin coming over tonight and I'm cooking them a bit of Punjabi fare:

- Murgh masala: Chicken curry
- Aloo gobi mutar: spiced cauliflower, potatoes and green peas
- Kheera raita: cucumber raita
- Naan: Yes home made! On a pizza stone in the oven
- Jeera chawal: Cumin basmati rice
- Kachumbari: mixed salad with a lime and black pepper dressing (no oil)
Can I come too please?
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Old 18.04.2015, 19:19
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

Duck french style with mashed potatoes heated in the oven with cheese and veges and fruit.
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Old 19.04.2015, 12:09
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Hehehe, I only cook for lovely women .
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Old 19.04.2015, 12:51
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Can i come then?

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Old 19.04.2015, 18:04
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Darn.....
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

Last night, I finished the last of the rabbit stock pot which I had cooked on Sunday.

It was the first time I had:
  • Cooked rabbit myself
  • Ate rabbit at home (first time was at a restaurant)
  • Purchased a whole rabbit, then butchered it myself (not hard actually - from the Migros frozen section; already skinned, no head, no feet, no kidneys, no liver and butterflied)

Chopped up rabbit, into the pot with chicken stock, plenty of carrots, celery and onions. Finished with olive oil and parsley.

Quite nice, if only quite plain. Rabbit is quite a lean meat; not the cheapest (still cheaper than beef!) and certainly not everyone's cup of tea (for all different reasons).
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Old 25.04.2015, 01:52
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

Vegetable risotto.

Needed to find some random way to use up some veggies, but I still have two whole capsicum (peppers, for most of you) that I have to work out how to use up.
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Mshikaki & kachumbari: Grilled skewered marinated lamb with a mixed salad
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Vegetable risotto.

Needed to find some random way to use up some veggies, but I still have two whole capsicum (peppers, for most of you) that I have to work out how to use up.
Fathitas (chicken or ostrich) will use one if making for 2 people and both of them if making for 4.

I also make Pepper Steak with pasta and Sausages with onions, pepper and tomatoes.
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Old 25.04.2015, 15:30
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Needed to find some random way to use up some veggies, but I still have two whole capsicum (peppers, for most of you) that I have to work out how to use up.
Shakshuka! One of my favorite dishes made with peppers. It's easy to prepare and so tasty. I also add aubergines and courgettes if I have any spare. I often do this for brunch.

http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandst...akshuka-recipe
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

Lamb Tagine
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

Landjäger, hard cheeses made from Swiss grass-fed raw milk, sourdough rye bread, butter made from Swiss grass-fed raw milk, assorted nuts & dried fruits.
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Beef rendang with rice!
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

Tortilla Española, otherwise known as a Spanish omelette. This one had capsicum (bell peppers) in it as well.
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Re: Tonight's dinner?

Homemade Pizza.
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