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Old 07-22-2007, 07:00 PM   #26
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It's true, though. Is there a woman here who doesn't want pan to cook for her? Pan, you don't have a table large enough for us all to sit around, or a kitchen big enough to hold all of the food that would be required to cook enough food to feed us all.
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Old 07-23-2007, 06:38 AM   #28
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Comfort food at its most carb-iest, msg filled, beefy delightifulness. Sloppy joe on a soft kaiser roll with tater tots. My tots were freezer burned and I barely ate any! The sandwich was tasty at lest.
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Old 07-23-2007, 09:45 AM   #29
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.......i've noticed in the pics here and also from spending a lot of time in the US that there seems to be a high proportion of tinned vegetables used compared to fresh (or even frozen), particularly green beans, carrots and peas. why is this? convenience? cost? i don't particularly dislike them, can even enjoy them at times (even if they are loaded with salt and sugar, although on the rare occassion when i buy them i try to stick to no sugar/salt)
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I prefer fresh vegetables but when cost is prohibitive or they're out of season, I'll stick to frozen. Usually frozen are more expensive than canned, but local chains have great sales and at times, they end up cheaper. For me, I rather spend a little extra and have something with better taste and texture.
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........i rarely buy anything other than fresh veg, although frozen peas are a year-round exception. i much prefer to pay more, and this year i'm trying to avoid veg that isn't seasonal or comes from the other side of the world. of course, one can't stick to this rigidly, but it's amazing how much variety there is in seasonal and local (dunno why i'm surprised about this really).
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Old 07-23-2007, 01:19 PM   #32
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I am all about the fresh produce, but, sometimes frozen can be more nutritious because so often the product is near or right on the property of the processing plant. Unless you are getting produce directly from the grower, or know that the stuff is spending a very short time in transit..and storage..many times, 'fresh' produce is not all that fresh.

And...I can't stand things when things are overcooked..ack.
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.......i've noticed in the pics here and also from spending a lot of time in the US that there seems to be a high proportion of tinned vegetables used compared to fresh (or even frozen), particularly green beans, carrots and peas. why is this? convenience? cost? i don't particularly dislike them, can even enjoy them at times (even if they are loaded with salt and sugar, although on the rare occassion when i buy them i try to stick to no sugar/salt)
Prickly, here is a thread on canned veggies where we discuss who likes 'em and who doesn't
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his delicious fresh mozzarella and prosciutto sandwich. It came with a side of antipasto salad. mmmm magical piggy goodness.
Is that Vitamin Water I see with your ham, egg and cheese sandwich??

And I want that mozz/proscuitto sandwich something fierce!!
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The usual, I-don't-feel-like-cooking-inside meal: Grilled chicken, pasta salad, corn (I forgot to get fresh on the cob...)
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Yep, it's vitamin water. Regular juice gives me heartburn, but since v.w. is so dilluted, I can drink it with ease. I think I had the orange flavor. My favorite supermarket, Fairway, has a new location on the Brooklyn waterfront. You can go to their cafe and eat right out on the water. And they're not terribly expensive. You can get a meal for the same price as any fast food chain, but it's infintely fresh and tastier.

And I had a bite of the prosciutto/mozz sammie. Oh my heaven, it is wonderful stuff. I love Mike's Deli (in the Belmont section aka "Little Italy" in the Bronx)
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Comfort food at its most carb-iest, msg filled, beefy delightifulness. Sloppy joe on a soft kaiser roll with tater tots. My tots were freezer burned and I barely ate any! The sandwich was tasty at lest.
Oh boy, I think that may have just brought on either a sloppy joe or chili night in my future.

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I remember a commercial once.. (or it was a dream..) from the makers of the Manwich sauce, showing what else you could make instead of just sloppy joes.. and one of the serving suggestions was Manwich sauce (and ground beef) over spaghetti... I'm so tempted to try that one..
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I remember a commercial once.. (or it was a dream..) from the makers of the Manwich sauce, showing what else you could make instead of just sloppy joes.. and one of the serving suggestions was Manwich sauce (and ground beef) over spaghetti... I'm so tempted to try that one..
Cincinatti Chili! Well, sort of. Its chili served over spaghetti. Cheese and onions optional.
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Syrian Lentils in a Spicy Tomato Sauce

1 cup dried red or brown lentils, rinsed
4 cups water
1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil
1 onion, sliced
2 garlic cloves, minced
1 (28oz) can peeled tomatoes
2 tablespoons tomato paste
1 tablespoon ground cumin
3/4 teaspoon ground allspice
1/2 teaspoon ground coriander
1/2 teaspoon paprika
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In a medium saucepan, combine the lentils and water. Cover and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer until the lentils are tender but still retain their shape, about 30 minutes. Do not drain.

In another saucepan, heat the oil over medium heat. Add the onions and garlic and saute until the onions are golden. Add the lentils and cooking liquid.
Run a knife throught the can of tomatoes to chop and add without draining, to the lentils along with the tomato paste. Add the cumin, allspice, coriander, and paprika. Simmer for 15 minutes. Add salt and pepper to taste.
(shown in picture: over rice, couscous, and steamed veggies. )
That looks rrealllllly good...I love stewy lentil dishes. Will try!!
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I remember a commercial once.. (or it was a dream..) from the makers of the Manwich sauce, showing what else you could make instead of just sloppy joes.. and one of the serving suggestions was Manwich sauce (and ground beef) over spaghetti... I'm so tempted to try that one..
I mixed leftovers with rice, added peas and sprinked cheddar on top. Pasta would work well!
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Again i hadn't watched the clock and missed the closing time of the regular shops, here at 8 pm So i had to deal with the little that was left. Ok, chicken breasts (usually i have some in the freezer) .. but then? There were potatoes, eggs and mushrooms... giving me the idea finally to make my first attempt on the Spanish tortilla. Turned out quite well actually , despite normally it would contain onions (didn't have any left) instead of mushrooms.

BTW i ran Google Images and on most pics there the tortilla looked more like a pie rather than a scrambled eggs-like dish. But years ago i had roommates from Madrid who made Tortilla almost every day and i took the inspiration from their version
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Again i hadn't watched the clock and missed the closing time of the regular shops, here at 8 pm So i had to deal with the little that was left. Ok, chicken breasts (usually i have some in the freezer) .. but then? There were potatoes, eggs and mushrooms... giving me the idea finally to make my first attempt on the Spanish tortilla. Turned out quite well actually , despite normally it would contain onions (didn't have any left) instead of mushrooms.

BTW i ran Google Images and on most pics there the tortilla looked more like a pie rather than a scrambled eggs-like dish. But years ago i had roommates from Madrid who made Tortilla almost every day and i took the inspiration from their version
Yummy it looks great! The tortilla I had in Spain and that I make is just like a thick omelette with potatoes in it. You can cut it into slices like pie. It just looks similar to yours but more in one piece.
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Life has gotten in the way of good food lately.

So I was inspired to make the effort today.... Late dinner eaten propped up on pillows in bed...

Cold shrimp salad with fresh mozzarella, tomatoes, basil, olive oil, salt, red pepper flakes, pepper, oregano, and a little garlic

Served with slices of fresh baguette, provolone, salami, and cappicola




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Cold shrimp salad with fresh mozzarella, tomatoes, basil, olive oil, salt, red pepper flakes, pepper, oregano, and a little garlic

Served with slices of fresh baguette, provolone, salami, and cappicola




Sorry, but this is more food porn than "everyday food".

I'm just sayin'.
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Old 07-27-2007, 08:18 PM   #49
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and P.S. I can't stop staring at that shrimp.
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E.P. if that shrimp thingy is a recipe of yours..PUUULLLZZZEE post it. I am slobbering (that is worse that a drool) all over my keyboard..
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