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post #1 of 14
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I'm just trying to get an idea about what everyone is going to have for dinner. I'm pretty clue less. HELP ME OUT! THANKS PEACE
post #2 of 14
My husband made a beef bhuna and we had a huge amount of of bits and pieces to go with it.
Popadums with onion chutney and cucumber raita & Vegetable pakoras to start
Accompaniments were Naan Bread (bought in. Although my Indian chef Suman has promised to show me a quick, fluffy recipe) Banana/coconut/mango pickle/raisins/hard boiled chopped egg/Plain yogurt/Chaana Daal (Chickpeas)/Bindi Bhaji (Okra curry)mango chutney and Parathas
Puts a trad sunday lunch in the shade for me
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post #3 of 14
I was gonna go out but that plan didn't really pan out so I just so happened to have a whole chicken in the fridge. Quick large dice of potatoes and onions, seasoned with garlic salt, dried thyme and rosemary, a little olive oil, tied it all up and into the oven. Played a little Diablo2 for 1.5hours, let it rest for 10mins, quartered it up, and done. Took some time but prep was minimal work and I basically didn't have to worry about it.
post #4 of 14
bughut, looking at your post makes me hungry, even though I already had dinner.

I grew up in India, white boy with a Scottish surname.
post #5 of 14
Last night, I made hamburgers on my Wolfgang grill, baked beans, and french fries. Tonight is Chicken Tetrazzini in the Crock Pot with steamed broccoli and buttered Italian bread (storebought) on the side.
post #6 of 14
2 3-1/2Lb. atlantic hardshell lobsters, boiled, split, and broiled with grated smoked cacciocavallo chesse
potatoes boiled with crab boil sack, drained, then added bacon bits, sauteed onions, shallots, garlic, cayanne pepper flakes, salt, black pepper, in the rendered bacon fat, mixed into the potatoes with sour cream and then put into ramekins and topped with cgrated cacciocavallo and old cheddar and put under the broiler.
Frenched green beans with a white sauce that included some of the smoked cacciocavallo.
Alexander Keith's India pale ale to wash it all down.
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post #7 of 14
Jeez FR33

brag why dontcha? lol sounds delicious
post #8 of 14
We had bone-in rib steaks (on special today) and a nice salad with lemon-mustard vinaigrette. Don't tell my husband the dressing has anchovies in it though. :eek:
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post #9 of 14
Had tacos. Think I will make some gumbo for tomorrow night. Getting cold here, for Louisiana that is.
post #10 of 14
Hehe....

....I had three friends from Nova Scotia come to visit me and one of them was celebrating their birthday so naturally I made a nice spread because it is not every day that people turn 30, except for me that is, I can't figure it out but for some reason I have not aged past 29 for the last 6 years! Any hoo I forgot to mention the Dulce Tres leches cake that I made to finish off the meal nicely. Yum Yum!
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post #11 of 14
I had salt and vinegar potato chips tonight...

but last night I had balsamic glazed pork medallions and corn, and the night before, homemade raviolis with 2 different fillings (i was experimenting)
post #12 of 14
I had a really simple dinner. Basmati rice with yogurt, sambal oelek, and some fresh raw veggies.
post #13 of 14
Broiled Ono, seasoned with lemon pepper

Brown rice, cooked with garlic and shallots

Salad (romaine lettuce, radicciio, carrots, cucumber, tomato, and balsamic vinaigrette)

Sparkling Water with a splash of pomegranate juice
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post #14 of 14
Got a piece of lamb leg the other day at the market. Last night was a curried lamb, onion and raisin dish, tasty but needs some fine tuning. Tonight was a slab of the lamb pan fried with a side of some leftover patoots and mushroom gravy and a big pile of steamed veggies. More leftovers tomorrow, but friday night I'm thinking maybe crab and cream cheese enchiladas. Any tips on those?

mjb.

ps: Oops, I said patoots, that's what my wife and I call them. In your household they are probably known as potatoes.
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