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Over 50 years in food service business 35 as Ex Chef. Specializing in Volume upscale Catering both on and off premise .(former Exec. Chef in the largest on premise caterer in US  with 17 Million Dollars per year annual volume). 
      Well versed in all facets of Continental Cuisine...

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post #32 of 35

Pasta with tomato sauce and veggies, or lentils (different kinds, but usually mung) and rice (and add some veggies sometimes).  That all I know how to cook for now. smile.gif

 

This is a huge change from a year ago when I was eating out all the time.

post #33 of 35

It was snowing just about all day today!!  Really?  This is Arizona for crying in the beer!!! 

Anyway, having just come back from SoCal and picked up alot of our Hawaii favorites,

aka Saimin, Won Ton, Kamaboko (steamed fish cake, sounds gross but taste great) and I always keep Char Siu (Chinese BBQ pork) in the deep freeze and I had some green onions and bok choi,

I made an old classic from Hawaii: Won Ton Mein, which is basically a Pork based noodle soup. 

I have these two (a his & hers matching set) of HUGE chinese serving bowls

(in Hawaii it's saimin bowls big enough for Jethro Boudin's cereal)

and of course some chop sticks and "asian soup spoons" and my Valentine and I had a FABULOUS lunch.

post #34 of 35

thumb.gifthumb.gif  Mmm,  Ono kine.  We need pics!

 

I always thought it interesting that Zippy's, of all places, had really good wonton mein.

post #35 of 35

Oh Man!!!  I forgot to take photos... next time braddah...

My husband was disappointed in the "broth" this time, but I made it how I always do...

1/2 of a packet of powdered Dashi and chicken broth instead of just plain water.

Any suggestions on what I can do to improve? 

He likes loads of "goodies" and not too much on the soup part. 

I keep Char Siu and Kamaboko in the deep freeze at all time.

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