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Baked black cod with a paprika/thyme rub

English peas with mint

Sauteed bok choy from our garden

Roasted romanesco broccoli

Plums, apricots, and lemon cookies from a local farmer's market

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I call it chicken soupy rice. Could be arroz con pollo, I guess.  But lots of Spanish spices in there. And it's bomba rice. 

 

Green salad, and sautéed asparagus accompanied.

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Contents = Tarbais beans, several sausages, good chunk of confit.  
Topped with garlic and parsley sauted crumbs, baked half an hour at 400F.      Well worth the effort.  :P

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Given the now-nice weather here, we decided to break out the grill and make burgers, or rather sliders since our local Trader Joe's had been completely cleaned out of full-sized buns and we didn't feel like running around just for that.  We used Cook's Illustrated's recipe for burgers seasoned with Dijon mustard, chives, and cognac (!), a really interesting combination that worked.

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bánh tráng nướng are at a lot of places these days.   Sorry, Minnesota didn't invent   :P   It seems like this article is giving her credit for it.  It's sort of a coincidence that her kids named it the same thing that all of vietnam happens to call it. 

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bánh tráng nướng are at a lot of places these days.   Sorry, Minnesota didn't invent   :P   It seems like this article is giving her credit for it.  It's sort of a coincidence that her kids named it the same thing that all of vietnam happens to call it. 

Yeh, it's fake news.

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Friday: a light summer soup made with fish stock (based on a large salmon bone), the bits of salmon that were left, sorrel, lots of dill, and dumplings

 

Today: steak, ale, and mushroom stew, with parsley new potatoes and fava beans with mint (all from our garden) on the side. Samuel Smith Nut Brown Ale to drink, same as what went into the stew.

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Shredded brisket tacos with pickled onions, charred tomatillo salsa, black beans and cabbage.

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Scallops, plump and juicy, barely cooked and with a little butter and white wine pan sauce over. Orzo pasta "salad" with onions, garlic, feta, olives, capers, dill, parsley, lemon, olive oil.  

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