Paul Winalski wrote:The 100000 BTU outdoor wok ring that I ordered from Importfoods.com arrived on Friday, and I inaugurated it with a stir-fry of pork, snow peas, bean sprouts, and scallions. This device is designed to hold a wok without a wok ring. It is a joy to cook with--stable platform, lots of heat, and precision heat control. I can see that I'm going to be doing all of my stir-frying outdoors, when the weather permits, from now on.
Paul Winalski wrote:The 100000 BTU outdoor wok ring that I ordered from Importfoods.com
Howie Hart wrote:Pasta night indeed! I made fresh spaghetti with meatballs (venison, ground beef and meatloaf mix) cooked in the sauce.
Paul Winalski wrote:The gas ring from ImportFood.com has all three pluses going for it: lots of heat; convenient, fast, and precise heat control; and a stable platform
Robin Garr wrote: (P.S. Yes, Cynthia, I know ... )
Robin Garr wrote:A very spicy thick lima bean curry with onions, garlic, ginger and tomatoes, garnished with plenty of fresh cilantro from the garden. (P.S. Yes, Cynthia, I know ... )
Cynthia Wenslow wrote:Robin Garr wrote: (P.S. Yes, Cynthia, I know ... )
Now really Robin, what made you think my first reaction would be.... Oh, no!
Until you added the Ivory Soap, I was thinking, "I could eat that."
Robin Garr wrote:Hey! I laid it gently on the top so you could discreetly pick it off.
Fresh cilantro plucked moments before dinner from one's own garden is definitely the best, though.
I'm not Jo Ann, but I've eaten at her house, and I've also made sausage. Any butcher shop or grocery that makes their own fresh sausage on premises will have sausage casings. But, you have to ask behind the counter for them.Jenise wrote:Want to throw in a shout-out for that pic of Jo Ann's homemade chorizo. Impressive! And a question, Jo Ann where do you buy the skins? Looks like the real deal, not the plastic substitute....
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