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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by tandin, May 4, 2016.
It should be nice and expensive considering Breville
It looks like their other Smart Ovens run 200-400. I’m hoping it clocks in under 500.
Not technically cooking, but put together Cobb salads for tonight
only pulitzer prize winning food critic
Finally got around to making the Utica Chicken Riggies discussed in here a few months back/last year/whatever. They were fantastic.
Shame, I always looked forward to his yearly 101 Best Restaraunts mini book.
My breville toaster oven is one of my top 5 purchases. Their stuff is flawless.
made blueberry muffins today
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Wow this is delicious
Butternut squash chili.
Been trying to eat more veggies and less meat because mid 30s .
Food looks good, but...
...no thanks on this.
Love veggies. Also love meat. Thanks
Not cutting meat out completely by any means. Just not making it a need for every meal like I have the last 30 years .
Fish 3 times a week, meat 3 times, vegetarian 1
Early - mid thirties dinner plan
Just cooked some otoro salmon collar. Shit is so delicious
what is y’alls go-to dish for when you really want to impress somebody
bosses, foreign dignitaries, administrators of generation-defining internet websites, etc
Depends on their preferences and level of culinary knowledge/passion.
Roasted cherry tomato and onion risotto and any protein. Duck breast if you really want to go hard
Roasted chicken legs Keller style, some of those bacon balsamic Brussels, and a spinach salad with dried fruit and goat cheese. It’ll appeal to a wide audience and is hard to fuck up.
I’m fat with a child’s palette though so...
Depends on the season and the event.
I have at least 1 dish for each of beef, pork, chicken that I can crush, a couple casseroles, and a few pasta dishes.
I made a corn chowder with leftover grilled corn from a few days ago. Little yellow potatoes, sautéed onions, milk, chicken stock, fresh herbs and cheese. It was pretty decent, parsley and chives on top. Nothing to write home about but the few people over seemed satisfied.
Didn't someone post a recipe for something like a mini quiche that is made in muffin tins? I can't find that.
not quiche, but I meal prep for the week with scrambled egg muffin cups.
just whisked eggs, whatever meats/veggies/cheese you want and bake. great for a quick breakfast or snack before the gym.
That was it. Did you use any milk? If so, what ratio?
nope, just remember to butter your muffin tins (or use spray if that is what you like)
this also seems obvious but cook the meat before you put it in the cup. bacon will still be raw by the time eggs are cooked.
Crab cakes for quitting my job
The key is to keep reusing the water to improve the flavor
Uh oh teel learned how to cook
Salmon with honey mustard over rice?
Mashed potatoes, they were in a bag but that can be our secret
teel five years from now is going to look back at this picture and laugh.
Have you seen my fan of section? 5 years is awfully optimistic
Pan roasted sprouts
Dang, send me a recipe on the schnitzel
If anyone needs a KitchenAid https://slickdeals.net/f/11886455-k...r-various-colors-219-free-shipping-via-amazon
I found the lower model at Target a couple weeks back for $150. Picked it up for the wife for Christmas.
Sweet humblebrag about knowing your marriage will last until at least Christmas
He didn't say which marriage
Saw that deal earlier and I’m tempted but we don’t bake so I’m not sure how often I’d use it
There are good attachments if you're into other shit. Meat grinding, sausage making, zoodles, pasta maker food processor. I realize you might already own a lot of these things but outside of a nice food processor the kitchen aid attachments are usually superior.
I pound my own meat (hur) or buy super cheap pre tenderized cutlets from the grocery store. Works with chicken well too.
I like panko vs regular bread crumbs. Dry, dredge, egg, panko dry and fry
Dredge has a lot of garlic salt and pepper. Sometimes a little cayenne.
I only fry one at a time and rotate in the pan until golden and then flip
Set on wire rack and start the next.
It's money every time
I use mine about 5-6 times a year. None for baking. Wife uses it about the same amount of times for baking.