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Work in progress, here. Ramp gnocchi with mushroom cream sauce. I am not great at gnocchi. I consider it a success when it doesn't come out like gruel (which was what happened the first time I made it). This held together, and it tasted pretty good, but I cooked it too long, so it was soggy. I have plenty more in the freezer, so I have several chances to redeem myself.

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Spinach and tomato salad with horseradish vinaigrette. Too much vinegar, not enough horseradish. That is all.

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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.

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On 5/6/2022 at 7:20 PM, paryzer said:

Mrs. P made crispy soft shell crab, using self rising flour, and a side of roasted mini and shishito peppers. It was topped with a delicious sauce of fresh herbs, capers, and white vermouth. We started off with homemade guacamole and chips. It all went great with an excellent Spanish red blend.

 

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Those crab look spectacular!     I somehow can't eat soft-shell crabs.   Strictly in my head.   I can't get around the crunch which I know is shell as brain sets off alarm, "NONONONO!"

Lucky you.

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Grass fed, NY State rib eye. Super tender.

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Served in slices (as the missus prefers) with a shallot/mushroom pan thing. Well-cooked (from frozen) green beans. Rebaked potato, with butter and parmesan. Horseradish sauce on the side, because why not?

By the way, note the splatter shield in the lower left hand corner of the top photo...it does nothing, except it sorta started burning, which defeats the purpose, in my opinion. 

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I have given up on splatter shields. Now I just put sheets of foil surrounding the area adjacent to the skillet. Makes for much easier cleanup.

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3 hours ago, Evelyn said:

I have given up on splatter shields. Now I just put sheets of foil surrounding the area adjacent to the skillet. Makes for much easier cleanup.

Yeah, I don't even know why I used it last night...I was only trying to be lazy, as I take the grates off and clean the stove-top and stainless riser most nights.

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