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Old 02-02-08, 07:08 PM
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whats for dinner?

I'm thinking about Thai curry.
Coconut milk, honey, baked tofu, squash,
onions, curry powder, taters.
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Old 02-02-08, 07:12 PM
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I have a freakin' labor intensive lasagna in the oven as we speak. I will post pictures maybe later, if i'm not last. Until then, here's the recipe...
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Will they be snackrificed on a roll of sourdough?
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Old 02-02-08, 07:20 PM
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Originally Posted by kaiju-velo View Post
I'm thinking about Thai curry.
Coconut milk, honey, baked tofu, squash,
onions, curry powder, taters.
http://www.bikeforums.net/showpost.p...4&postcount=86



- honey +Brown Sugar (although I just got some palm sugar today )
-tofu +Chicken (photo is actually turkey breast leftover)
-squash,taters +mushrooms,scallions,bell peppers,bamboo shoots
-powder +red curry paste

So many ways to do this dish
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Old 02-02-08, 07:28 PM
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Beef Stew
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Old 02-02-08, 07:36 PM
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My wife made a nice Irish Stew.

Rib Sticking Good!

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Can you post a more complete recipe on how to do it in the WOK?

Thanks.
Originally Posted by StupidlyBrave View Post
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- honey +Brown Sugar (although I just got some palm sugar today )
-tofu +Chicken (photo is actually turkey breast leftover)
-squash,taters +mushrooms,scallions,bell peppers,bamboo shoots
-powder +red curry paste

So many ways to do this dish
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Old 02-02-08, 08:20 PM
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I had lamb today!
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Old 02-02-08, 08:26 PM
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Originally Posted by Eboo View Post
I have a freakin' labor intensive lasagna in the oven as we speak. I will post pictures maybe later, if i'm not last. Until then, here's the recipe...
You know, I'm going to make a folder on my desktop called "Eboo recipes" (recipes BY Eboo, not OF Eboo). I still haven't got around to making that chicken stew you posted a while back. Am I correct in assuming that Cordon Bleu certification is part of the scapegoat ninja training process?
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Originally Posted by gbcb View Post
You know, I'm going to make a folder on my desktop called "Eboo recipes" (recipes BY Eboo, not OF Eboo). I still haven't got around to making that chicken stew you posted a while back. Am I correct in assuming that Cordon Bleu certification is part of the scapegoat ninja training process?
I wish! When I was younger, I totally wanted to go to culinary school, but my mother wouldn't let me. Something about not being able to support myself or make money, blah blah blah. Well, neither did underwater archaeology (librarian is pushing it)
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Old 02-02-08, 09:38 PM
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It's better this way — keeps people guessing. And just imagine what could happen if you were to combine your considerable cooking skills with underwater archaeology!
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Originally Posted by UmneyDurak View Post
Can you post a more complete recipe on how to do it in the WOK?

Thanks.
Try this one...

(red curry paste FTW. Also, you can get a less-fat version of the coconut milk to cut out some fats if you like).
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steak and a baked potato.
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Originally Posted by Markok765 View Post
I had lamb today!
Oh, lamb sounds good! I haven't had lamb in quite a while.

Today is going to be spaghetti with chicken sausage.

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The wife is making 100% Homemade noodle, beef and noodles. Yum!

I'll post pics on completion.

by the way, her noodles are da bomb!
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Originally Posted by Tom Stormcrowe View Post
The wife is making 100% Homemade noodle, beef and noodles. Yum!

I'll post pics on completion.

by the way, her noodles are da bomb!

Yes! Photos for East Hill .

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I'll be making Pad Thai

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Where are you getting your ingredients? There's a market just a few miles away from me that specializes in all kinds of Asian food, from Japanese to Thai to Filipino to Vietnamese and all points in between. I love wandering around in there.

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As promised earlier, Home Made, from scratch noodles type Beef and Noodles

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Looks substantial!

Could you ship some here when you get a chance?

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Where are you getting your ingredients? There's a market just a few miles away from me that specializes in all kinds of Asian food, from Japanese to Thai to Filipino to Vietnamese and all points in between. I love wandering around in there.

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Yes, I go to the Vietnamese grocery for the Rice noodles, curry paste, asian chilis, and various sauces. The fresh ingredients are generally from the local grocery.

I couldn't take any pics of the resulting meal, as my family came out of the woodwork and devoured it all.
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Originally Posted by StupidlyBrave View Post

I couldn't take any pics of the resulting meal, as my family came out of the woodwork and devoured it all.


At least there's no leftovers that way!

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As promised earlier, Home Made, from scratch noodles type Beef and Noodles


Hey that's sort of what I had tonight. But mine was called Campbells. Yours looks a bit better
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