Show us the food dishes you've prepared.

Discussion in 'The Display Case' started by Aurora, Apr 23, 2008.

  1. Laura Chase

    Laura Chase One Too Many

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    I made great chicken dish yesterday, chicken breast fried with lemon juice, onions, garlic, white wine, almonds. With that I served broccoli and san marzanos (!). Intended to photograph it but I accidentally ate it all before I got to photograph it. lol

    Everything is looking great, guys.
     
  2. i_am_the_scruff

    i_am_the_scruff A-List Customer

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    That looks yummy! I have saved the recipe, I hpe you don't mind!
    I always make flapjacks too, they're lovely.

    These are some little cakes I made over christmas. The ones on the top aren't really cakes though, they're little coconut things with chocolate on top, and the bottom ones are just simple fairy cakes with icing. They were lovely!

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    I also made a chocolate log, although when it came to rolling it it broke! Haha so instead of a swirl of chocolate through the middle I just have lines of chocolate. The chocolate was so creamy though it tasted amazing. Just equal amounts of melted chocolate and double cream brought to the boil and then left to cool in the fridge.

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  3. Laura Chase

    Laura Chase One Too Many

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    My goodness! I want your log! lol :)
     
  4. Darhling

    Darhling Call Me a Cab

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    Fleur & Scruff ... I am drooling here! looks so yummy! Fleur you could be a food photographer!
     
  5. i_am_the_scruff

    i_am_the_scruff A-List Customer

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    Thank you both :)
     
  6. THe Conductor

    THe Conductor One of the Regulars

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    For supper tonight, Small Beef Tenderloin, Canadian Pacific Style. A recipie from the days when rail travel service was on par with the finest of hotels. Consists of a tenderloin steak topped with bacon and parsley sitting on two slices of french bread which itself is covered in a demi-glace/mushroom sauce. The whipped potatoes have been processed through a pastry bag (mashed with garlic and chives, extruded, then baked at 375F for 20 mins). They probably have some sort of name, but I'm calling them Potatoes Champoeg. And its all organic :)

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    Thank god for the French paradox.
     
  7. SamMarlowPI

    SamMarlowPI One Too Many

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    conductor, that looks incredibly delicious...

    i made about 70 beef & chicken tamales today...planted them on a bed of rice and topped them with a green chile sauce, a little of the beef/chicken stuffing and cheddar...

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  8. Trickeration

    Trickeration Practically Family

    Mmm, tamales. Though with your avatar, I have this kind of funny vision of Bogie making them. :)

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    Some of the recent dishes I've made are salmon pan fried with light olive oil, garlic, lemon and pepper, grilled asparagas, an buttered egg noodles.
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    Creme brulee for dessert. I'm afraid no one wanted to wait for me to display it nicely for pictures.
     
  9. SamMarlowPI

    SamMarlowPI One Too Many

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    lollollol bogie in the kitchen...

    that salmon looks great...mmmm :essen:
     
  10. BeBopBaby

    BeBopBaby One Too Many

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    I made a cheshire pork pie and a chocolate cream over an open cook fire this weekend. I didn't get any pictures before they were eaten though. The pie turned out lovely, I'm finally starting to get the hang of baking over a fire, it involves lots of trial and error.
     
  11. rumblefish

    rumblefish One Too Many

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    Fresh caught flounder with garlic and Chinese black bean (douchi) sauce.

    Each fillet laid out with just enough sake to come up half way and covered with garlic, black beans, ginger, then topped with scallion, red and green bell pepper slices. Then it is steamed until done
    This is a shot of the smoking hot peanut oil being poured over (I tried to catch the sizzle)- then the thickened sauce put around before serving.
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  12. HadleyH

    HadleyH I'll Lock Up

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    That dish is perfection rumblefish.
    I want some please! :D
     
  13. AnnaMaria

    AnnaMaria New in Town

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    I made these....and it made me so angry my fiancee had to go out for a while.
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  14. "Skeet" McD

    "Skeet" McD Practically Family

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    Ummmmm....not the expected reaction: They look lovely. Care to...elaborate? [huh] Assuming the issues are food-related, of course...:rolleyes:

    "Skeet"
     
  15. THe Conductor

    THe Conductor One of the Regulars

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    Thanks Marlow, it was my last decent meal before getting my wisdom teeth pulled.
     
  16. Laura Chase

    Laura Chase One Too Many

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    Simply mouth-watering!
     
  17. chanteuseCarey

    chanteuseCarey Call Me a Cab

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    Depression glass tea party...

    This is typical for us here. We are a tea party family! We love break out the fancy depression glass and cook up scones and make tea sandwiches- especially with using herbs and edible flowers from the garden. This pic was from my birthday. The cake has unsprayed "Lovely Fairy " roses from our yard put on it.
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  18. "Skeet" McD

    "Skeet" McD Practically Family

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    Looks lovely, CC! Lucky you to live in a place where you CAN raid the garden so much...here in the still cold and wet Northeast, it will be a while until I can nip out and cull a few herbs for dinner...although the chives are up....

    "Skeet"
     
  19. Darhling

    Darhling Call Me a Cab

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    Those are incredible, how did you do the bows so perfectly?!
     
  20. chanteuseCarey

    chanteuseCarey Call Me a Cab

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    thanks Skeet...

    Yes, we are spoiled here in No. Cal. yesterday it was over 90. Our 100+ antique and modern roses love it, they are busting out all over the front yard! One of our favorite tea sandwiches is made butter and Nasturium leaves and petals. We also like to make lavender petal scones.

    [QUOTE="Skeet" McD]Looks lovely, CC! Lucky you to live in a place where you CAN raid the garden so much...here in the still cold and wet Northeast, it will be a while until I can nip out and cull a few herbs for dinner...although the chives are up....

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