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post #145 of 267
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Lazy tonight so putting a bunch of store bought frozen stuff in the oven:

 

Bacon wrapped scallops

Spanokopita

Tempura Shrimp 

Italian sausage rolls

 

Bunch of cocktails and Netflix.

 

B-)

post #146 of 267

steak, baked potato and corn on the cob

post #147 of 267
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Not sure, taking my daughter out after her Doc appointment?

 

Ended up at Polly's Pies, they have good food a little expensive but good.

post #148 of 267

Tonight is our Pho noodle house night, simple great taste, every one in the house loves it.

post #149 of 267

You must have a billion choices in LA!

 

Luckily, good restaurants have started moving out of downtown Boston and into the burbs.  My wife and I read about all the great spots in town, but it is a hassle unless we go with a group.

post #150 of 267
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You must have a billion choices in LA!

 

Luckily, good restaurants have started moving out of downtown Boston and into the burbs.  My wife and I read about all the great spots in town, but it is a hassle unless we go with a group.

We do have a billion but nothing compares to the East Coast food. Will be back there next week, cant wait for my pie, (pizza for all us WC folks)!

post #151 of 267

Friday.

 

Pizza and movie night.

 

:-)

post #152 of 267

Pan seared chicken breast stuffed with basil, asparagus, and gruyere over mashed potatoes with a pan sauce

 

post #153 of 267

Outback. Still using our free wings coupons.

post #154 of 267

Stopped at a sports bar after playing 18 holes and had a bacon burger and fries....

post #155 of 267

Nothing special for dinner, just a nice ribeye, some roasted potatoes, and a salad.  My wife asked for "something chocolate" for dessert though, so I obliged.....

 

 

1000

post #156 of 267
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Stopped at a sports bar after playing 18 holes and had a bacon burger and fries....

 

That ^^^^^ looks like an awesome burger!

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Nothing special for dinner, just a nice ribeye, some roasted potatoes, and a salad.  My wife asked for "something chocolate" for dessert though, so I obliged.....

 

 

1000

and so does that. Soufflé?

 

Last night I made a braised pork shoulder with shitakes and button mushrooms over angel hair pasta. Was awesome. Only f-up was I got distracted after taking the roast out and let the braising liquid reduce more than I intended so I didn't get as much sauce as I would have liked. It was very rich though.

post #157 of 267

Single Guy here -- with a stress test this morning, last night's dinner to beat the 12 hr fasting deadline was a Cavalli Pizza called Texas Heat -- spicy sopprassetta and jalapeños with a thin, certified Napoli-whatever crust.

 

Made me sweat more than a stress test and met my maximum sodium intake for 2 days....

post #158 of 267
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That ^^^^^ looks like an awesome burger!

and so does that. Soufflé?

 

Last night I made a braised pork shoulder with shitakes and button mushrooms over angel hair pasta. Was awesome. Only f-up was I got distracted after taking the roast out and let the braising liquid reduce more than I intended so I didn't get as much sauce as I would have liked. It was very rich though.

 

Yep.  Too lazy to use a collar so it didn't get as high as I'd like.  A tad over-done too.  I need to do them more often, they're just too finicky for me to get it perfect if I'm not doing them pretty regularly....

post #159 of 267

Tonight is pulled pork sandwiches with steamed broccoli and sweet potato fries. My recipe is very simple, but delicious...

 

I put a small can of beef broth in the bottom of a crock pot.  Then I poke holes in a pork shoulder cut and season it with salt and pepper.  After placing the shoulder in the crock pot, fat side down, I pour a bottle of Sweet Baby Ray's Hickory & Brown Sugar Barbecue Sauce on top of the meat.

 

I turn the crock pot onto low, and by the time my wife and I get home from work the pulled pork is perfect.  One note: I try to find a nice Kaiser roll or some other appropriate bun to hold the meat.

 

 

post #160 of 267

Had a chuck roast from 1/2 a cow we bought a few months back.  Trimmed it up and cubed it and made some beef stew

post #161 of 267

A Giada De Laurentiis recipe for Apple Pork Chops with mashed potatoes and corn on the cob.

post #162 of 267
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A Giada De Laurentiis recipe for Apple Pork Chops with mashed potatoes and corn on the cob.

 

Does that recipe brine the chops first?

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