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5 minutes ago, KILZ FILLZ said:

Potatoes were done in the oven when I was working the stove top. Would I just use it like butter or oil in a pan before cooking something??

 

Probably for the amount you have.  You could also make a salad dressing with it, would match well if you had a salad with a sliced duck breast on top.  Save enough and you could make fries.

 

How did you like your duck?  I believe I've only had farm raised.

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My new girl can cook and gets me involved so I am stepping my skills up for sure.

 

My first attempt at sausage kale soup - fucked up buying ground pork when I should have cut up sausages.

 

Baked some white bread the other day.

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https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/food-network-kitchen/hamburger-steaks-with-onion-and-mushroom-gravy-9586467

 

I made hamburger steak and mashed potatoes for dinner last night.

 

It was pretty good, will make again.

 

For the egg dish above I would posit that perhaps a little less seasoning on the eggs would allow their flavor to shine a little more. Certainly a nice photograph though  the rim of the plate makes a nice frame etc.

 

Good looking bread ralphy, making bread at home is such a wonderful thing. It is like magic.

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I gotta watch the portion sizes also. Last night at when I finished my plate of food I put it down instead of going for seconds, turns out that I had had enough but needed to wait for my stomach to send the signal. Typical case, midlife and all that.

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The hamburger steak recipe calls for breadcrumbs, which is one of those pain in the butt ingredients which I did not have on hand. To substitute I pulverized some saltine crackers, now that I have that trick I do not think I will ever buy bakery or grocery store breadcrumbs again. 

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9 hours ago, morton said:

https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/food-network-kitchen/hamburger-steaks-with-onion-and-mushroom-gravy-9586467

 

I made hamburger steak and mashed potatoes for dinner last night.

 

It was pretty good, will make again.

 

For the egg dish above I would posit that perhaps a little less seasoning on the eggs would allow their flavor to shine a little more. Certainly a nice photograph though  the rim of the plate makes a nice frame etc.

 

Good looking bread ralphy, making bread at home is such a wonderful thing. It is like magic.


Black folks and seasoning. 

 

9 hours ago, Deine Mudder said:

 

looking good, but what kind of a kid's size portion is that?


It’s a whole other portion underneath them perfectly cooked eggs my dawg. 

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1 hour ago, morton said:

What kind of sausage and what kind of cheese?

 

Or just the recipe.

 

I cheated.  I used the Mac n cheese from Costco and added the crawfish,  andouille sausage, bacon and jalapeños.  Then added some shredded cheese we had. 

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