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What are you eating for dinner tonight?

  1. Spy

    Spy You know my name. Sep 2, 2015

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    Grilling drum sticks with Sweet Baby Ray's barbecue sauce. Official timekeeper for my grille is OMEGA.

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  2. ulackfocus

    ulackfocus Sep 2, 2015

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    Spy You know my name. Sep 2, 2015

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    Sorry, bud. I can sympathize because I have experienced simian circumstances.
     
  4. CanberraOmega

    CanberraOmega Rabbitohs and Whisky Supporter Sep 2, 2015

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    Simian circumstances?
     
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    Spy You know my name. Sep 2, 2015

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    LOL! Similar. I think the auto suggestions on my phone chose that.
     
  6. Canuck

    Canuck Sep 2, 2015

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    Bouillabaisse, but with green lipped mussels from New Zealand, cod, shrimp, calamari, vegetables, all in a broth, over a blend of wild rice and white rice. With freshly husked local corn on the cob. (Some folks consider corn to be cattle fodder, or a base for ethanol!) And let's not forget ciabatta bread! This, a favorite at our house.
     
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    Spy You know my name. Sep 3, 2015

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    A meal fit for a king! Corn on the cob is one of the best foods.
     
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  8. blubarb

    blubarb Sep 5, 2015

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    Home-made chilly beef jerky and a cold beer. Wife will be back tomorrow so live it up tonight. Yeehaaaa! Oh, and all while having a Breaking Bad tele binge. :)
     
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  9. ulackfocus

    ulackfocus Sep 5, 2015

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    We had mussels last night too - bacon, scallions, and a little riesling & Kosciusko mustard for the broth. Mmmmmmmmm......
     
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  10. Spy

    Spy You know my name. Sep 5, 2015

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    I love bacon with scallions. And when my wife and son are away and I got the place to myself, I indulge more than usual in champagne and caviar.
     
  11. wsfarrell

    wsfarrell Sep 5, 2015

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    Charcoal-grilled pork chops dusted with wild fennel pollen gathered along the Sacramento River. Yow!!

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  12. Mad Dog

    Mad Dog Married to MacGyverette! Sep 5, 2015

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    Kraft Mac & Cheese for dinner tonight. :thumbsup:

    It's the cheesiest. :thumbsup:

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  13. Jimos

    Jimos Sep 5, 2015

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    Bacon, lettuce, tomato sandwiches. Already hating the fact that the tomatoes won't be around much longer. image.jpg
     
  14. Spy

    Spy You know my name. Sep 6, 2015

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    I could munch on that right now. That is good stuff.
     
  15. Archer

    Archer Omega Qualified Watchmaker Sep 6, 2015

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    That looks good, and I fully agree that it will be sad when tomatoes are no longer fresh and in season here. The Roma tomatoes are very nice right now, so although a BLT was an option, we decided on this favourite for lunch today...

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    Add to the Roma some finely chopped garlic, shallots, basil, some good quality extra virgin olive oil, freshly ground black pepper, and this is one thing where I do add a touch of sea salt. Then pile it on some thinly sliced and lightly toasted (again brushed with olive oil) French bread, and it does not get much better IMO...

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    A couple of weekends ago we took a bushel of those Roma tomatoes, peeled and copped them, then added them to some sautéed onions, and garlic, and then added basil and oregano. We stewed them for a couple of hours to make our own sauce, so we have a bunch in the freezer now for the winter. Already had some on pasta this week and it was great.

    I will also be sad to see the fantastic sweet corn go that we have had this year, and of course the fresh peaches have been amazing so far. I'm already missing the strawberries as they were done a while back now.

    Soon enough we will be eating stuff that was all picked green somewhere and trucked thousands of kms to our stores, so I'm eating all the fresh fruits and veggies I can right now!

    Cheers, Al
     
  16. watchme

    watchme First Owner - Omega Darkside Sep 6, 2015

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    all recipes are mouth watering.

    right now my wife and I finished dinner. We had north atlantic cod fillets (skin off and pin bone out) covered with italian pesto and some tasty cheese (don't ask what kind of cheese, I hate cheese except melted) some fresh cocktail tomatoes. All this cooked in the oven for about 30 min. To clean the dishes we took a Brötchen.

    Sorry no pics. I have been too hungry to pull the phone out of the pocket.
     
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  17. Jimos

    Jimos Sep 6, 2015

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    As they say down here in Georgia. Nuth'in finer in the world than "True fine love and home grown tomatoes". Very nice Al.
     
  18. ulackfocus

    ulackfocus Sep 6, 2015

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    Went out to Han Dynasty and ordered a ton of food with another couple. My phone's camera is getting worse by the day so no pictures. Wonton soup, Dan Dan noodles, spicy garlic beef, beef with scallions, crispy rice chicken, and double cooked pork belly. ::psy::
     
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  19. bvertz

    bvertz Sep 6, 2015

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    Huge plates of pasta and meatballs tonight. The sauce began to simmer on Friday night with peeled tomatoes and basil until the pork and garlic was added on Saturday. Last night the meatballs were rolled and fried. They were added to the sauce this morning and simmered during the day. Fortunately there was sauce left over to send home with the kids and some for the freezer.
     
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  20. Spy

    Spy You know my name. Sep 7, 2015

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    Those are some good looking dinner's. :thumbsup: