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MissyD: great looking dishes, I sure hope your going to enter your lobster and crab pasta dish in the challenge ?!

Keith: a nicely prepared dish. I like the flavour profiles.

Pollo: just stunning !

Jake: tell me your going to enter those cute potstickers in the challenge ?

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post #1472 of 6434
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Jake: tell me your going to enter those cute potstickers in the challenge ?

The gyoza was store bought. I dunno. But I like the "cute" description. I'll take that any day. How can you turn down cute potsickers?

post #1473 of 6434
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MissyD: great looking dishes, I sure hope your going to enter your lobster and crab pasta dish in the challenge ?!

 

Challenge?  haven't been able to hop on the forums very much in the past month because i've been so busy in school i hardly have time to do much of anything except homework and studying.  What challenge are you talking about?

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post #1474 of 6434
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Challenge?  haven't been able to hop on the forums very much in the past month because i've been so busy in school i hardly have time to do much of anything except homework and studying.  What challenge are you talking about?

We have a monthly challenge here run by the forum members. http://www.cheftalk.com/t/76049/challenge-june-2013-pasta

 

You can post photos and/or recipes and at the end of the month the OP chooses a "Winner" of the challenge.  Ok you don't actually win anything, but as the winner you do get to post next month's challenge!  Last month's OP was petals.

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post #1475 of 6434

Thanks, Petals and Scuba :)


Edited by Pollopicu - 6/12/13 at 11:18am
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post #1476 of 6434

Quick and simple.  Leftover grilled turkey breast in canned mole verde, freshened up with onion, garlic and jalapeno.  Topped with sour cream and spigs of cilantro right out of the garden:

 

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post #1477 of 6434

Tonight I made chicken Kiev, cream sauce with just a touch of grain mustard, creamy mashed potatoes and sauteed spinach.

 

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post #1478 of 6434
Yum I love chicken Kiev - I've only had it pre packaged frozen but if that was good in sure the real thing is awesome!

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post #1479 of 6434

Oh it is! I've never seen it sold frozen. I don't think I've ever even seen in on a menu either for that matter.. It's not only easy to make, but a fun process as well. :)

 

btw the breadcrumbs are from a poppy seed roll. I realized I didn't have breadcrumbs in the house, but I did indeed have a roll (with poppy seed top), I threw it in the cuisinart till fine, then toasted the crumbs for 6 min. at 350. Couldn't have found better breadcrumbs at the market. I don't think I'll ever make Kiev with regular breadcrumbs again.

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post #1480 of 6434
I came across some Cobia yesterday. Cut a couple big chunks and gave it a standard seasoning of s/p and a dusting of Wondra. Sear it off and served with a relish of pineapple, multicolor sweet peppers, mango and cherry tomatoes over a smear of red pepper purée and guacamole along side a shaved asparagus salad

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post #1481 of 6434

Beautiful Scuba. Love all the vibrant colors.

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post #1482 of 6434

I made an inverted cottage pie. Placed the potato pure on the bottom of an individual buttered bowl and the meat as a filling.

At the moment of serving, unmold the pie, cut it and discover some goodness.

 

 

 

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post #1483 of 6434

Ordo, so delicious. It's very much like the Latin chuchifrito called relleno de papa I make which are very similar. Let me see if i can find a picture..

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post #1484 of 6434

These are the rellenos de papa I made a couple years ago. Although, I like your ratio of meat to potatoes the best. smiles.gif

 

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post #1485 of 6434

Terriaki chicken on a skewer, fried rice, sautéed  shrimp potstickers all homemade.

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post #1486 of 6434
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These are the rellenos de papa I made a couple years ago. Although, I like your ratio of meat to potatoes the best. smiles.gif

 

 

Very alike Pollopicu. Those rellenos de papa (in fact they are rellenos de carne) are fried. Must be delicious and quicker. I guess we would call them croquetas de papa rellenas here.

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post #1487 of 6434

Ya veo que eres de Buenos Aires! in PR they call them rellenos de papa, but it makes total sense that they should be called rellenos de carne.

 

 

I dated a guy from Argentina when i was in high school and when we used to cut class he used to take me to his house and cook me churrasco. Ah, those were the days of endless love. lol.gif

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post #1488 of 6434

Come here Pollopicu. I will cook a nice bife de chorizo for you, We'll make love and live in an everlasting happiness.

Of course, first i will have to kill my wife and probably your husband. A minor detail. 

 

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post #1489 of 6434

Lmao!

 

oh my goodness that is one juicy piece of carne!

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post #1490 of 6434

Had a Power Green Salad with a honey lime vinaigrette. A little over-sized, but I was hungry after a good jog.

 

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post #1491 of 6434

Ordo and Pollopicu, those pies look scrumptious!  I love the pics. Thanks for sharing.

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Scuba, Pollo and Ordo,

 

I think your dishes are fantastic and great pics !

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Réalisé avec un soupçon d'amour.

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post #1493 of 6434

It's a nice morning when you wake up to pictures of fried food and steak.  

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post #1494 of 6434

I made these a few days ago. Let's call it junk food without the guilt. BTW, it's strawberry season over here. What's more tasty than strawberries straight from the farmer's field?

- savory salad dish; potato, corn salad (mâche in French money), scallion, tzaziki and the junk

- strawberries lightly topped with a humble dot of a mixture of mascarpone with added cream to loosen it a bit and honey, so healthy...

 

potato salad strawberry with mascarpone, cream & honeya

 


Edited by ChrisBelgium - 6/15/13 at 4:33am
post #1495 of 6434

Dat salad.... My favourite - lots of potatoes, mâche and whatever. The whatever preferably including bacon.

post #1496 of 6434

Chris, the potato salad err..junk food looks wonderful
 

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post #1497 of 6434

Chris, wonderful looking dishes. I especially like how thick you make the tzaziki.

 

I love healthy clean dish presentations.

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post #1498 of 6434

chris 'the junk' is that cut up hot dogs or some sort of sausage in the potatoes?

post #1499 of 6434

Re. inverted cottage pies.Thats my idea of heaven Ordo Bet it tastes bloody gd too. any crunchy bits?...Even better.


Edited by bughut - 6/15/13 at 1:40pm
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post #1500 of 6434

It's our 22nd anniversary dinner... Salmon steaks with shop bought Coquille St Jaques.(normandy supermarket...v v good)  melange of potatoes, broccoli, mushrooms and carrots.

 

Rose wine...Roc de Breyssac Fronton 2012 ...Dessert to follow

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