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Lamb meatballs.. One pound of lamb, two cloves of garlic, salt, pepper, half and onion, a little ketchup, fresh breadcrumbs, milk, egg, parm a shot of worcestershire sauce. Baked.

 

These meatballs were so delicious.. served with tomato sauce and cheese.

 

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Working my way through some Indian recipes from a not very good book - an experiment in seeing what works and what doesn't. The night before last I turned my kitchen into a post-hurricane site with a

Ta. I must give this a try.

Thank you thank you. But doesn't everyone look better wearing a bath mat?

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Not enough caviar. You'll never use it all up at that rate. :lol:

 

it was for nine.. But I had a pretty great breakfast this morning with eggs and caviar!

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Thanks.. I was going to fry them up but, didn't feeling like changing my shirt. I placed them in the oven and baked them for a little bit in some water.. They came out and were wonderful.

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Lamb meatballs.. One pound of lamb, two cloves of garlic, salt, pepper, half and onion, a little ketchup, fresh breadcrumbs, milk, egg, parm a shot of worcestershire sauce. Baked.

 

These meatballs were so delicious.. served with tomato sauce and cheese.

I make meatballs fairly regularly and typically use lamb and pork (1:1). I live the way lamb astes with a good tomato sauce. Good idea to bake them rather than brown them on the griddle.

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Those time when I want to fry meatballs, I use a cast-iron aebleskiver pan. Seven meatballs at a time, just the right amount for the two of us, and the round indentations in the pan keep the meatballs from flatting as they might in a skillet.

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Very crisp hearts of romaine, dressed with walnut oil, lemon juice, salt, white pepper.

Topped with a poached egg and sprinkled with bits of scallion and chive. A piece of nan e barberie from Hot Bread Kitchen. Watermelon.

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Very crisp hearts of romaine, dressed with walnut oil, lemon juice, salt, white pepper.

Topped with a poached egg and sprinkled with bits of scallion and chive. A piece of nan e barberie from Hot Bread Kitchen. Watermelon.

Have you tried other Hot Bread Kitchen items? What did you think of them?

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Very crisp hearts of romaine, dressed with walnut oil, lemon juice, salt, white pepper.

Topped with a poached egg and sprinkled with bits of scallion and chive. A piece of nan e barberie from Hot Bread Kitchen. Watermelon.

Have you tried other Hot Bread Kitchen items? What did you think of them?

Just the nan e barberie which was put on my radar by my Anglo-Persian brother in law. He says it's quite echt although technically the traditional version would have only white sesame seeds on it rather than black. It's a thickish, slightly spongy. slightly salty flatbread about the size and shape of a skateboard. Freezes well.

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Chicken mofongo,* cilantro and lemon juice

Mashed avocado with sriracha

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*just like mofongo (mashed plantains and lots of garlic) but with shredded chicken instead of pork chunks

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Dinner last night - fried flounder with a killer sauce remoulade. Cherries for dessert. To drink - an Old Fashioned.

 

Tonight - whole wheat linguini with sauteed zucchini and runny duck egg.

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