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Discussion in 'The Connoisseur' started by Rosie, May 31, 2006.
Honey mustard chicken wings with double baked potatoes and a side salad.
Made cauliflower soup tonight, of cauliflower, celery, onion, boiled in milk and water then added parsley and a roux of flour and butter. It was good but I can't help thinking I forgot the spices.
Fajita chicken quesadillas, hot queso & chips.
Spare ribs with garden salad.
Carne asada tacos, pork tamales smothered in queso, and guacamole with tortilla chips.
I was in hospital for 5 days last week. Decided for multiple reasons to fast whilst there (partially due to the disgusting food served). I obsessed about my ultimate comfort dinner......ground buffalo mac n cheese.
Except tonight I discovered ground turkey in the freezer that was on the old side so decided to sub that for the buffalo. Fry/brown the turkey, add diced onion and chile powder. Add a good italian pasta (penne or whatever you got that is close). Add pasta to the meat, generous sprinkle of Worcestershire sauce, plain yogurt, mix together and mix in a huge amount of grated cheese. Tonight was a jalapeno havarti. It ain't pretty, it def ain't gourmet but damn I could live on this......I don't call it comfort food for no reason.
Hope all is better for you health-wise.
Sounds pretty tasty, but more importantly I'm glad you made it home safely. Hope you have a speedy recovery from whatever sidelined you.
I am in recovery, slowly. Something you probably already know .... a hospital is a place to avoid unless it is life/death. The minute I arrived home the healing began. Up til that point everyday was worse in the hospital....for multiple reasons. A big part of the hospital stay was to fix the screw ups from previous surgery the month prior. Ain't no such thing as "just a simple procedure"....you will be home for lunch."
A couple roast beef au jus.
Smoked ribs with potatoes and salad.
That is a beautiful looking dinner. I'm sure you enjoyed it.
Now THAT'S a Sunday dinner!!!
Home fried cod with potato salad, a dram of peated Cask strength Bunnahabhain for dessert.
Baaaah, what a mellow stuff for just twelve years I’d bet there’s PX involved...