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Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by hwyhobo, Nov 23, 2003.
Okidoki, we need a photo thread
I will start with my favorite Christmas food:
Pretty! We should all take pictures of our tables at Thanksgiving. Mine will be groaing under the weight of all the food my son wants to cook. ;f
As long as he wants to cook, it sounds fine to me. I am very thankful that I can cook. If it ends up presentable, we'd like to see that table! ;f
How about a nice rosemary herbed turkey breast?
Note the Sabatier carving knife and the Royal Dalton Marisol china plate.
(General Sherman went to cooking school)
I don't know if I would call this my favorite dish, but it was an interesting Halloween treat.
I think you just ruined the rest of the thread! ;g
I'm far from a gourmet chef, but this was absolutely delicious. I think I may have used a little too much butter though
I've never seen Shrimp Scampi served over steamed rice before. Is this that new East-meets-West "Fusion" cooking? ;f
I needed something to soak up all the butter ;f
1-18 Oz. Can Hunts,Contadina or Red Pack Tomato Paste
5-Full Cans of water
1-Cup Spanish Paprika
1-Cup Cayenne Pepper
1-Tablespoon Commercial Liquid Smoke
1-Tablespoon Ground Clove
1-Heaping Tablespoon Celery Salt
Heat Tomato Paste then add water 1 can at a time making sure it is well mixed, do this with the rest of the water. Add the remaining ingredience in the posted order. Bring to a boil turn down and simmer 2 to 3 hours. It just gets better everytime you reheat it.
Freezes well and will last a long time hell nothing could grow in it...
This joker wanted to be served at the Thanksgiving table in the bread basket. ;f
hwyhobo nice picture, rolmopsy, ogorki marynowane or kiszone, looks like kiszone but if yes they still hmm quite hard...I mean the best.
Pickled herring is my second favorite Christmas food
I used to love them, but now I have become less tolerant of salt, and they're a bit on a the salty side for me. Still, once in a while, if you find some that are nice and hard, with bright green streaks.... oh, yeah... delicious
Chili Cheese Fries! (protected by Sig 228
My Wife's English Beef Stew (protected by Ruger GP100)
Here is a cake I had for Thanksgiving. Not my favorite, but pretty good and turned out really pretty
I can't remember the name exactly but something like fudge or double chocolate Kahula (sp?) pound cake.
I'll post the recipe if anybody wants it.
damn, that was good.
Beef and red chilis?
misskitty5077, that cake looks scrumptious.
No, I don't want a recipe, I get enough calories already ;f
yep, beef cut into strips, a small red pepper, a small orange pepper, a couple jalapenos, some onion, some chili garlic sauce, and some hot chili sesame oil.
no recipie, everything just eyeballed. turned out good though.
i only recently decided that i was going to learn how to actually cook stuff instead of microwaving everything so my repertoire is somewhat limited so far.