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...when I first read Bacon & Shrimp I though that somebody is not right in the head,

but the more I think about how that would taste like I love the idea.

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prepping lamb shoulder and rosemary.

 

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chop rosemary and garlic (yes that is a slap chop....bitches)

 

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rub olive oil on lamb. coat with garlic/rosemary mix

 

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yogurt + dill + salt + pepper + thyme

 

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boiled marbled potatoes. place in bowl with butter, salt, and pepper

 

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garlic rosemary crusted lamb shoulder. buttered marble potatoes. and chili swiss chard.

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i made pork parmesan for a friend's birthday. i had made it once before for just myself to make sure i didn't give anyone trichinosis.

 

first pount the pork with a fucking hammer.

 

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then dredge it and bread it

 

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then fry it in veggie oil until golden brown

 

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then assemble the pieces in a baking dish with a shitload of cheese, a good sauce, some chopped pork belly and a few veggies for color.

 

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put it in the oven and 450 until the cheese is golden brown and the sauce bubbles then plate it onto of some pasta and next to a veggie of some sort.

 

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no one got sick, it was fucking delicious and i made it again for christmas dinner with my fam.

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How'd you prepare the chili swiss chard? That meal looks banging!

 

 

 

hot pan.

little bit of olive oil (tiny bit)

chopped onions (about 1/4 of an onion)

chopped swiss chard (plus the stems)

cover and let the oil and steam cooking it way down. About 10-15 mins.

Dash chili pepper flakes on top with a bit of salt and pepper.

Stir and cook for another 2-3 mins.

 

 

 

this is a pretty traditional way to preparing greens in italy. you can use kale, broccoli rabe, etc...You can also sub garlic for the onions, or add both.

 

Enjoy!

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Cook the stems a bit before adding the leafy parts in or least that's how I've done it.

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thanks publicenemyno,looking sounds good...i sure will must be try this at home....i love cooking.I also found this type of nice recipe from magazine.I will be next time post here....

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vegan choco cupcake, PB frosting

 

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vegan chocolate cupcake, vanilla frosting

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^nice.. i made a bacon guacamole grilled cheese yesterday..

cooked the bacon

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took no other photos while cooking because my hands got greasy

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it is cheddar and pepper jack cheese, bacon, guacamole, onion and cucumbers.. it was awesome.

next time i'd cook the onions with the bacon

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random: if you're from t dot and you know what "selection" steak is,then i highly advise you to never touch that shit unless you want food poisoning and bepuking for the rest of the night .

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So I have about 7-8 ounces of chevre left and I want to do something good with it... not put it on crackers, or over baked tomato's, or use instead of cream cheese on a bagel something good and different maybe turn into a sauce or something, I am completely stuck on what to do with it, anybody have any good recipes or ideas?

 

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So I have about 7-8 ounces of chevre left and I want to do something good with it... not put it on crackers, or over baked tomato's, or use instead of cream cheese on a bagel something good and different maybe turn into a sauce or something, I am completely stuck on what to do with it, anybody have any good recipes or ideas?

 

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Tempura it and serve with Parma and figs drizzled in honey on a bed of rocket. Or cut figs into halves, add some of the chevre and wrap with parma, drizzle over a balsamic reduction.

In conclusion, figs, parma ham and goats cheese is awesomeness personified.

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Tempura it and serve with Parma and figs drizzled in honey on a bed of rocket. Or cut figs into halves, add some of the chevre and wrap with parma, drizzle over a balsamic reduction.

In conclusion, figs, parma ham and goats cheese is awesomeness foodified.

 

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So I have about 7-8 ounces of chevre left and I want to do something good with it... not put it on crackers, or over baked tomato's, or use instead of cream cheese on a bagel something good and different maybe turn into a sauce or something, I am completely stuck on what to do with it, anybody have any good recipes or ideas?

 

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roast beets, remove skin n cut into cubes

toss beets in olive oil, balsamic vin, s+p, chopped parsley n thyme

crumble goat cheese on top

 

win

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cool, thanks for the input. balsamic was sounding really good maybe i'll give one of those a try. i'll post pics...

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i actually have to shave it next week as my wife and i are doing some wedding expos and events with our cupcake business. rich white women don't wanna think about beard hair when they're scarfing down sweets. it's gotten pretty gnarly, like zz top gnarly. i might keep the mustache for shits & grins just to look like a skeezy gringo pervert.

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so i ended up roasting carrots and sprinkled the chevre over themwith a balsamic reduction

 

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turned out good, thanks for the suggestions.

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chop rosemary and garlic (yes that is a slap chop....bitches)

 

No shame there. I actually have the bigger, pimped out version, the bitch slap chop.

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