FooDay, er Food Day! Cooks and consumers welcome!


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Postby JayLay189562 » Dec 31st, '11, 15:38

I have never ever ever been a fsan of ginger bread!!!!!
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Postby margauxmorgan » Feb 16th, '12, 00:05

hi! im having fried rice with eggs and prawns for lunch :D yummy!
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Postby entropyembrace » Feb 21st, '12, 23:06

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sole filet baked with tomato and scallions. arugula with balsamic vinaigrette and a croissant on the side :D
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Postby SilentChaos » Feb 22nd, '12, 09:51

:( delicious looking pictures of food......so unfair :mrgreen:
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Postby Saladin » Feb 28th, '12, 19:26

What a great topic! When I'm not making pizza or Mexican food I like to make sushi with my girlfriend. Nori rolls are surprisingly easy to make if you properly glaze the rice. We don't usually do the dead fish, as she is a vegetarian, but the one shot on the shino plate is from a party where some friends brought a chunk of tuna which I seared it on my grill pan. So tasty!
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Postby Chip » Feb 28th, '12, 19:39

Sushi and pan seared tuna rank right up there in our fave foods! Great looking food! Where do you live?
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Re: FooDay, er Food Day! Cooks and consumers welcome!

Postby Saladin » Feb 28th, '12, 21:12

Chip wrote:Sushi and pan seared tuna rank right up there in our fave foods! Great looking food! Where do you live?



Thanks Chip! A ways away I think. In the rainy PNW.
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Re: FooDay, er Food Day! Cooks and consumers welcome!

Postby Hannah » Apr 2nd, '12, 19:11

That tuna is making me salivate haha.. Nothing hits the spot better! :D
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Postby Chip » May 5th, '12, 01:06

Sorry, this topic somehow got locked ... it is again open for bizzness.
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Postby Herb_Master » May 6th, '12, 06:38

Just look at what Hojo has been eating

http://www.facebook.com/#!/photo.php?fbid=427165980629689&set=a.285575564788732.79213.130150853664538&type=3&theater.

I am used to eating frog. It is often served in both China and Malaysia. However the frog served in Yunnan was literally extreme!!!!!! At least, I wanted them to remove the skin and so on.


Do you prefer your frog's legs skinned and detached from head and feet?
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Postby SilentChaos » May 6th, '12, 08:25

Yuck...at least Hojo san will have some nice pu to wash it down. :mrgreen: His travels look amazing.
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Kombucha Jello

Postby Dixie_Amazon » Oct 22nd, '12, 13:20

I hope this hasn't already been posted and I missed it. I have not tried this but the possibilities are interesting.
Source: http://www.cheeseslave.com/kombucha-jello/
Kombucha Jello
Ingredients:
Kombucha (2 cups, or 16 oz)
Powdered gelatin (2-3 Tablespoons)
Directions
1. Add 1 cup kombucha to small saucepan and set remainder aside. Sprinkle gelatin over kombucha in pan and stir to combine. Note: 2 tablespoons are similar to classic Jello Jigglers and 3 is a bit more stiff and easy to hold. More gelatin = more gut healing goodness.
2. Heat on low while constantly stirring until gelatin dissolves. This step should take no more than a couple of minutes. Do not overheat the mixture to ensure kombucha retains as many of the bacteria, yeasts, and enzymes as possible.
3. Pour heated mixture into remaining kombucha and stir thoroughly. Resulting foam can be spooned off and discarded if desired.
4. Pour into desired container and refrigerate. Note: This recipe fits well into a 7.5 w x 9.5 l x 2.5 h dish. To accommodate kiddos with cookie cutters, a wider dish can be used.
5. Cut into desired size and shapes.
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Re: FooDay, er Food Day! Cooks and consumers welcome!

Postby Devoted135 » Dec 12th, '13, 14:03

Reviving this thread due to feeling very proud of my first spinach quiche. :)

Local spinach, onion and sausage, and made crustless in a muffin tin! (Yay for easy gluten-free!)
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Re: FooDay, er Food Day! Cooks and consumers welcome!

Postby Chip » Dec 12th, '13, 14:05

As tasty as crust is, it is usually the worst thing for you.

Looks tasty!
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FooDay, er Food Day! Cooks and consumers welcome!

Postby Jspigs » Dec 18th, '13, 12:45

I do love a good spinach quiche. And that looks very good. :)
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