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What did you cook today?

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It's a shame that there is so little action in the "what's cookin'?" section in a kitchen knife forum. We should keep a thread running of what we actually cook with all of our fancy knives :D

Today's lunch was Ribeye, roasted taters with crispy garlic, pan sauce with gorgonzola, mushrooms, red wine.
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My problem is I never think about pictures while I'm cooking. It's always after we've ate that I think "damn, I should have taken pictures of that!"
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Runner_up wrote:
Sun Dec 02, 2018 1:51 pm
It's a shame that there is so little action in the "what's cookin'?" section in a kitchen knife forum. We should keep a thread running of what we actually cook with all of our fancy knives :D

Today's lunch was Ribeye, roasted taters with crispy garlic, pan sauce with gorgonzola, mushrooms, red wine.
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I made Quiche (3) with ham, bacon, smoked gruyere and truffle cheddar.

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Not cooking per se, but some knife work for breakfast. House made currant jam, coconut yogurt, apple, dark chocolate.

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Jeff B wrote:
Sun Dec 02, 2018 6:57 pm
My problem is I never think about pictures while I'm cooking. It's always after we've ate that I think "damn, I should have taken pictures of that!"
The food tastes better after you've taken a picture. Ask any of the young kids at fine dining restaurants with their phones out. :D

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Runner_up wrote:
Mon Dec 03, 2018 6:13 am
Jeff B wrote:
Sun Dec 02, 2018 6:57 pm
My problem is I never think about pictures while I'm cooking. It's always after we've ate that I think "damn, I should have taken pictures of that!"
The food tastes better after you've taken a picture. Ask any of the young kids at fine dining restaurants with their phones out. :D
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Hehe, I made a quiche yesterday too, with Kerrygold swiss and slab bacon with some sauteed shallots. Cheated with Marie Callendar pie crust though
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Nice - nothing wrong with store bought crust. I make mine without as I don't need the extra carbs at my age.

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Mike9 wrote:
Tue Dec 04, 2018 6:17 pm
Nice - nothing wrong with store bought crust. I make mine without as I don't need the extra carbs at my age.
Ah, didnt notice you have no crust, didya have crumbs on the side or just filling? I make these for my wife who seems not to mind the calories. I'd rather eat pizza!

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Runner_up wrote:
Mon Dec 03, 2018 6:12 am
Not cooking per se, but some knife work for breakfast. House made currant jam, coconut yogurt, apple, dark chocolate.
Beautiful!

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Runner_up wrote:
Sun Dec 02, 2018 1:51 pm
It's a shame that there is so little action in the "what's cookin'?" section in a kitchen knife forum. We should keep a thread running of what we actually cook with all of our fancy knives :D

Today's lunch was Ribeye, roasted taters with crispy garlic, pan sauce with gorgonzola, mushrooms, red wine.
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Oh wow. That’s a serious looking lunch. Ribeye is my favorite

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Quick and simple breakfast. Toast with butter, egg, greens with salt+pepper, radish

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I am hoping to cook something nice this weekend. Keep the pics/inspiration coming !
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I hope to cook something good this weekend. Haven't cooked much lately. Just spent about 100 hours renovating/repairing my two kids' rooms. I am finally done!

Had I known what I know now, I would have bought a brad nailer and powered miter saw ... )-:
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Fresh popovers out of the oven, to eat with a little jam and butter.

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jbart65 wrote:
Wed Dec 05, 2018 8:24 am
I hope to cook something good this weekend. Haven't cooked much lately. Just spent about 100 hours renovating/repairing my two kids' rooms. I am finally done!

Had I known what I know now, I would have bought a brad nailer and powered miter saw ... )-:
^ 👍👍 Yep made that mistake only once. So much faster and so much nicer work with both the brad nailer and powered miter saw.
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Runner_up wrote:
Wed Dec 05, 2018 12:32 pm
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Fresh popovers out of the oven, to eat with a little jam and butter.
Tertiary tasty looking.
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Bob Z wrote:
Tue Dec 04, 2018 7:02 pm
Mike9 wrote:
Tue Dec 04, 2018 6:17 pm
Nice - nothing wrong with store bought crust. I make mine without as I don't need the extra carbs at my age.
Ah, didnt notice you have no crust, didya have crumbs on the side or just filling? I make these for my wife who seems not to mind the calories. I'd rather eat pizza!
I lightly butter the pie plate then dust with bread crumbs.

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Popovers on the menu for my weekend - I am going to make some honey butter to toss on them - light honey that just a adds a note of sweetness to unsalted butter with a little lavender (finely minced) as a color and flavor enhancer - have not had popovers since last winter. Thanks for the reminder.

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