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Old 05-28-2010, 04:53 AM   #2501
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Oh my lord, they look LUSH! Please post the recipe!
lol i cheated and used a betty crocker box mix
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Old 06-01-2010, 12:08 PM   #2502
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So yesterday I tossed a pork roast into the crock pot to cook. I seasoned with a bit of pepper, kosher salt and some white balsamic vinegar. Once done I shredded it. I made some buns and then diced up some avocado, onions, set out some cheeses and a couple different kinds of BBQ sauce. Had canned collard greens for a side.

I topped my sandwich with Longhorn BBQ sauce, avocados and goat cheese



The pork sammie was delish and the canned collard greens were interesting.
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I made this tonight



White rice, pork belly with chinese spinach and a fried egg.
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Ooooh I loooooove a fried egg with rice and Chinese style food! The egg yolk is so nice mixed with the rice and flavours. I want to eat your photo, yummy!
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I should be able to order
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Lunch and Dinner

Okay, I haven't posted much in months so here's a 2fer:



I saw these great mini-pretzel rolls at a gourmet grocer in my neighborhood and had to pick them up. They are soft on the inside, chewy on the outside, absolutely delicious and have a great look to them. I decided to use them with some chicken salad. I made it with roasted chicken, celery, bread & butter pickles, grated onion, white and black pepper and then chopped it all up and mixed it together with some mayo before spreading it on a couple of rolls.



I made these braised short ribs last month for a dinner. I sauteed the seasoned (Hawaiian red salt and cracked pepper) ribs with some chopped garlic and shallots in a dutch oven. After de-glazing the dutch oven and adding some chopped carrots, I braised the ribs in a Chilean red wine (camenere) for 2 hours. When the ribs were close to being done I made some fresh, creamy polenta with feta and parmesan cheese to accompany the ribs. I sprinkled a gremolata (lemon zest, chopped garlic and fresh parsley) on the ribs to brighten up the rich meat.
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I made these braised short ribs last month for a dinner. I sauteed the seasoned (Hawaiian red salt and cracked pepper) ribs with some chopped garlic and shallots in a dutch oven. After de-glazing the dutch oven and adding some chopped carrots, I braised the ribs in a Chilean red wine (camenere) for 2 hours. When the ribs were close to being done I made some fresh, creamy polenta with feta and parmesan cheese to accompany the ribs. I sprinkled a gremolata (lemon zest, chopped garlic and fresh parsley) on the ribs to brighten up the rich meat.

This looks delicious. Food porn at it's finest.

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For dinner tonight: homemade pizza!

whole wheat crust with:

half #1
lemony garlicky basil pesto
fresh ricotta cheese
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Homemade kolaches, like my grandma made. Filled with either a slightly lemon-ish sweet cream cheese filling or poppyseed filling. I've been wanting some for a while, and the can of poppyseed filling called to me every time I saw it in the pantry, but it's a pretty time consuming recipe, so I put it off until last night.



Here's the recipe. I've tried about a half dozen kolache recipes, and this is the one that is most like the ones my grandma made.

http://www.texasmonthly.com/food/rec....kolache.3.php

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Tracy, those look delicious! I've never tried them, but I'd love to. If you consider them cookies - you might want to repost in the Iron Foodee challenge this month.
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Kolaches are one of the best things about living in Texas!! I love them! The other one? Blue Bell Ice cream!


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Homemade kolaches, like my grandma made. Filled with either a slightly lemon-ish sweet cream cheese filling or poppyseed filling. I've been wanting some for a while, and the can of poppyseed filling called to me every time I saw it in the pantry, but it's a pretty time consuming recipe, so I put it off until last night.



Here's the recipe. I've tried about a half dozen kolache recipes, and this is the one that is most like the ones my grandma made.

http://www.texasmonthly.com/food/rec....kolache.3.php

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Tracy, those kolaches do look wonderful. A town not too far from me has "Kolaches Days" festival but thankfully that isn't the only time we are able to get them!. But it is hard to find the prune filled anymore, no one likes prunes these days. My grandma used to make them and by golly do I miss her and her kolaches.
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" But it is hard to find the prune filled anymore, no one likes prunes these days. My grandma used to make them and by golly do I miss her and her kolaches. "

I know. My grandma usually made prune, poppyseed, cottage cheese, and apricot kolaches. Sometimes apple or dewberry too if she was making a dewberry pie or apple streudel. I remember her making sweet cabbage filled kolaches for my grandpa but I was not a fan. Also, sausage kolaches (but she called them klobasnek) that were like a pig in a blanket with kolache dough and country sausage. I make those now and then too because my husband really likes them.

It's funny, the older I get, the more I want to learn how to make all that stuff she made when I was a kid.

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I know. My grandma usually made prune, poppyseed, cottage cheese, and apricot kolaches. Sometimes apple or dewberry too if she was making a dewberry pie or apple streudel. I remember her making sweet cabbage filled kolaches for my grandpa but I was not a fan. Also, sausage kolaches (but she called them klobasnek) that were like a pig in a blanket with kolache dough and country sausage. I make those now and then too because my husband really likes them.

It's funny, the older I get, the more I want to learn how to make all that stuff she made when I was a kid.

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wow, I've never heard of using cottage cheese and have never heard of a dewberry. I think i remember my grandma talking about sweet cabbage but she didn't like it so never made that variety. I am intrigued by the sausage kolache, that sounds YUMMY. I may have to look into doing that, especially if I work up the gumption to make kolaches period.

I know what you mean about wanting to learn how to make all the stuff grandma did when I was a kid. Especially her biscuits, they were great! My mom and talked about grandma's biscuits not long ago and she says remembers grandma hardly measuring the ingredients, everything was done by hand. She said could just tell by the feel. Definitely a "if I knew then, what I know now" situation.
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Kolaches are one of the best things about living in Texas!! I love them! The other one? Blue Bell Ice cream!
I miss Blue Bell. No ice cream beats it in my opinion. I also miss Lammes candy. Those nice chewy pralines are to die for.
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Homemade kolaches, like my grandma made. Filled with either a slightly lemon-ish sweet cream cheese filling or poppyseed filling. I've been wanting some for a while, and the can of poppyseed filling called to me every time I saw it in the pantry, but it's a pretty time consuming recipe, so I put it off until last night.


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One of my ABSOLUTE favorite treats EVER. I like it when the dough is fairly dry. I always grabbed for the cheese, but also like apricot. I need to find a place to get some here in the city. Thanks for the reminder!
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Thanks, Sandie. Just proves I've never tried them!
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The food pix have been looking good lately! The grilled chicken, pork rice bowl, pulled pork sammy, pizza, kolaches...etc.-good job!
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I got a bug to make french fries. You know, the kind that are not greasy, really crispy on the outside, fluffy on the inside and decadently, golden delicious all over. I tried "twice fried" and "par boil/fry" methods. I took a few russets and zipped them through the mandoline and went to work. I got the fluffy inside and although the outside was crisp, it didn't "snap" like I wanted. I got golden delicious, but unfortunately missed on the decadent part. I really can't complain. I had fresh french fries! Both methods worked, but I was partial to the par boil.



...and what goes better with fries than a 1/2 lb. bacon cheeseburger?
(hint) NOTHING!*

50% rib eye, 50% chuck and a strip of apple wood smoked bacon were put through a course grind (about 75/25) on the Kitchen-Aid. Cooked med. well-well and topped with provolone and cheddar cheese, grilled Vidalia onion, 2 slices of apple wood smoked bacon, green leaf lettuce and a juicy slice of beefsteak tomato all on a toasted cheddar roll.
This close to July 4th...I almost feel patriotic. (cue: marching band and fireworks)


*(Nothing-except a bacon cheeseburger AND an ice cold Coca-cola. I had that also!)
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This close to July 4th...I almost feel patriotic. (cue: marching band and fireworks)

I have absolutely no idea what a cheddar roll is. I'm googling, but...nothing. Not store-bought ones, I mean (lots of recipes for making them but they don't look like yours). Citation please!
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I have absolutely no idea what a cheddar roll is. I'm googling, but...nothing. Not store-bought ones, I mean (lots of recipes for making them but they don't look like yours). Citation please!
"Cheddar roll" is the follow up to this 1994 hit song

Unfortunately, it didn't do very well. Fans couldn't relate to the lyrics.
Melt to the left (to the left)
Melt to the right (to the right)
(Now) Slap it on some buns, son...


Critics said that the song was "confusingly cheesy", not sexist enough for a rap song and better suited for a sandwich than the dance floor.

In other news...here is your citation
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I made one of my favorite vegan soups today. Creamy Cauliflower Potato Soup. Max ate a ton and so did Alex so it's kid friendly!
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