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This is pretty much the recipe from Leanne Brown's Gooxd and Cheap, with a few tweaks according to what I had on hand.

Dietary and accessibility notes )

Serves 2

What you need and what you do with it )
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Adapted from a cold salad in Leanne Brown's Good and cheap.

Dietary and accessibility notes )

What you need and what you do with it )

I'm assuming this will store & keep overnight and be tasty cold. Note, the broccoli is still crunchy - if you prefer soft broccoli, perhaps steam in the microwave for a few min first.
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Slow Cooked Beef Stroganoff from Houseboat Eats.

I liked these people; they weren't afraid to be ambitious and their kitchen was even smaller than mine. I see this as a special occasion meal for two, not a weekday mainstay, due to (1.) the fat content and (2.) the time and attention to detail needed to make this.

There is a fair amount of multitasking that occurs just before this dish is served, so you are definitely encouraged to read through the whole recipe before beginning.

Read more... )

If you make it, let me know what you think.
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For lunch today, my roommate ate one of those cardboard containers of instant beef ramen. Less than a dollar for the entire crate! I took one look at his meal and decided I didn't want to turn myself into dried meat from the ridiculous salt content. 

So, I made this: http://www.acozykitchen.com/anti-ramen-noodle-soup/

Its got some ingredients I wouldn't have expected, and the version I made was a little bit different, but mmmmm so good.

Recopied from the link, with my additions... )
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Down the way from where I live there's a bookstore I really like-- it carries new books, used books, old books, sheet music, CDs, and records. They were having another cookbook sale today (they seem to do those fairly frequently or maybe I'm just really good at noticing it when they do) and I picked up 'French Cooking in Ten Minutes' by Edouard de Pomiane, written in French in 1930, first translated into English in 1977. Just flipping through it I've already found two recipes which amused me, so I though I'd share:


Lobster with Mayonnaise
Buy half a cooked lobster. Serve it with a homemade mayonnaise. That won't take very long to make, so spend the extra time decorating the serving platter with a few lettuce leaves, some black and green olives, capers, or anything else that comes to mind. You will feel yourself becoming an artist.


Fried Mackerel
Have your fish seller clean a mackerel. Wash it and wipe it off when you get home. Make 2 or 3 slits in each side with a knife, and roll the fish in flour. Cook it for 10 minutes in a frying pan containing smoking hot oil or very hot butter. Sprinkle the mackerel with salt and chopped parsley before serving.

I forgot to tell you to open the window. I'll bet you did, anyway.


crossposted to [personal profile] fish_echo and [community profile] omnomnom
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This recipe is a modification of a recipe from delishfood.wordpress.com and a recipe from Gastronomy Domine. The modifications are mostly from not having all the ingredients required, and from realizing that the fish didn't seem to be cooking fast enough.

recipe follows! )
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This recipe was one of those "what can I make for supper with what's left in the pantry?" sorts of things, but it was easy and came out really tasty, so I'm sharing. It should be relatively easy to adapt for the carnivorous (I'm not) by substituting real sausage for the Tofurky sausage and chicken stock for the veggie stock. :) This makes two big bowls' worth, so scale up as needed.

The recipe! )
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Requires oven-safe skillet with cover. This recipe fills a 9-inch frypan, serving enough hot cornbread to make two people really happy. Leftovers only good for stuffing. Here modeled on the Joy of Cooking, trading quinoa for wheat flour equally )
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This was dinner tonight, made from assorted bits and pieces from the fridge that had accumulated.  It turned out very nice.  I will probably change a couple of things the next time I make it.  See notes at the end.
 

 

Pasta with Ham, Mushrooms & Peapods )

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