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In the slow cooker for many hours...


 


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Vegetables cooked for the last hour or so.  Corned beef (it was ok) and cabbage and potatoes and carrots and celery.


 


Begat, for lunch today...


 


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Corned beef hash, with a few leftover red pepper strips added for color. Sunny side up egg for me. The reason for the egg looking like a half circle, you ask?  Significant Eater enjoys her eggs over medium, and this is the half the cook gets.


 


To be honest, I like this hash, with lots and lots of crispy bits and seasoned up, more than I liked the 1st run of corned beef for dinner.


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Hadn't made bread in a long time.


 


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Baked this morning, Forkish's overnight white, with 10% whole wheat flour. I think I screwed up the hydration, because this dough was sticking to everything and was a pain in the ass to get into the hot-as-hell Dutch oven. But it just goes to show how forgiving this stuff is.


 


And then, lunch today...


 


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Corned beef tartines on said bread. Potato salad. Quick pickled cukes. And from the back of the fridge, a Dr. Brown's!


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So, for dinner tonight...

 

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Let's call it the Ploughwoman's dinner.  Vegetable soup, using up most every bit of veg I could before a scheduled delivery (leeks, onions, scallions, parsley, carrots, celery, cabbage, thyme, potatoes, tomatoes) in a light chicken stock. 

 

And homemade bread and good butter, with few pieces of cheese I still had lurking from our trip to Paris last month.

 

'Twas good.

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