Jenise wrote:Yum, I would love that dish, Robin. How often do you eat meat anymore?
Tonight we're doing more barbecue testing with some pork chili-oil and rosemary marinated pork chops, grilled bok choy and daikon radish.
Jo Ann Henderson wrote:Last night dinner was okay. It wasn't a Super Bowl special, but it is one that my family regularly enjoys. I made Cornish Hens with a Texmati Royal Blend rice. This is the first time I bought this product, and I wouldn't recommend it. It's puffed rice, and, not very high quality wild rice. But, the sweet potato hash was slammin'. I always wonder why I don't prepare this dish more often. We always enjoy it when we have it. It is some obscure recipe I found years ago in a sidebar to an article on trout fishing. Simply, it is sauteed dices sweet potatoes, onions, apples and herbs. A perfect side dish.
Robin Garr wrote:Mmmmarinara! Made from fresh tomatoes right out of the garden last August and frozen until now. Summer in February!
Robert Reynolds wrote:Last night I browned some venison stew meat (dredged in flour with smoked paprika, cumin, sea salt and black pepper). After overnighting in the fridge, the meat went into the slow-cooker with diced potato, carrot, yellow onion, celery, red bell pepper, and bay leaves. The stew really hit the spot after work this evening.
Oh, the venison was thanks to Gail's marksmanship last November.
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