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Re: What is cooking today?
« Reply #240 on: October 31, 2020, 10:42:53 PM »
Steak and Ale Chili. I used my Toasted Hazelnut Brown in this pot.  That’s my spoon standing in the chili.

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Re: What is cooking today?
« Reply #241 on: November 01, 2020, 10:29:02 PM »
Steak and Ale Chili. I used my Toasted Hazelnut Brown in this pot.  That’s my spoon standing in the chili.


My kind of chili! 


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Re: What is cooking today?
« Reply #242 on: November 01, 2020, 10:39:01 PM »
Trying my hand at Indian food with Chana Masala and Bhature.  Tasty!



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Re: What is cooking today?
« Reply #243 on: November 02, 2020, 12:17:25 AM »
Trying my hand at Indian food with Chana Masala and Bhature.  Tasty!



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Nice! That’s a perfectly puffy bhature!
I intend to make some Palaak paneer this week.
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Re: What is cooking today?
« Reply #244 on: November 02, 2020, 12:46:44 AM »
Trying my hand at Indian food with Chana Masala and Bhature.  Tasty!



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Nice! That’s a perfectly puffy bhature!
I intend to make some Palaak paneer this week.
Do you make your own paneer? There's nothing like fresh, homemade paneer in a curry.

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Re: What is cooking today?
« Reply #245 on: November 02, 2020, 12:56:35 AM »
I almost always make it myself. I am fortunate to be able to pick up a gallon of raw milk at Stone Cow Brewery. They have been a dairy farm for generations and still are.
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Re: What is cooking today?
« Reply #246 on: November 02, 2020, 01:11:05 AM »
I almost always make it myself. I am fortunate to be able to pick up a gallon of raw milk at Stone Cow Brewery. They have been a dairy farm for generations and still are.
I didn't know they sold raw milk there! I have a vacation coming up in a couple of weeks and making some cheese is on my to do list. I might have to see if I can squeeze in a trip up there.

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Re: What is cooking today?
« Reply #247 on: November 02, 2020, 01:15:32 AM »
I almost always make it myself. I am fortunate to be able to pick up a gallon of raw milk at Stone Cow Brewery. They have been a dairy farm for generations and still are.
I didn't know they sold raw milk there! I have a vacation coming up in a couple of weeks and making some cheese is on my to do list. I might have to see if I can squeeze in a trip up there.

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Post covid we need to have a beer together there.
I make a great soft ricotta with their milk.
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Re: What is cooking today?
« Reply #248 on: November 02, 2020, 01:20:28 AM »
Since I might forget, making Pernil tomorrow. Butt is marinating. Planning to use the crock pot and then pull and roast for an hour or so in the over to crisp.
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Re: What is cooking today?
« Reply #249 on: November 02, 2020, 03:03:09 AM »
I helped the wife make Vlamse Stovery. Belgian beef and onion stew, cooked with a sour brown. She then did the Stompf, all sorts of root begins in there. It was delicious on a late Fall day in Michigan.


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Re: What is cooking today?
« Reply #250 on: November 02, 2020, 11:42:01 AM »
I helped the wife make Vlamse Stovery. Belgian beef and onion stew, cooked with a sour brown. She then did the Stompf, all sorts of root begins in there. It was delicious on a late Fall day in Michigan.


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That looks like some savory goodness, Jeff. What is Stompf? It’s rare that I am stumped by a food reference but even the internet thinks a stompf is a drawing tool.
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Re: What is cooking today?
« Reply #251 on: November 02, 2020, 02:11:05 PM »
I helped the wife make Vlamse Stovery. Belgian beef and onion stew, cooked with a sour brown. She then did the Stompf, all sorts of root begins in there. It was delicious on a late Fall day in Michigan.


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That looks like some savory goodness, Jeff. What is Stompf? It’s rare that I am stumped by a food reference but even the internet thinks a stompf is a drawing tool.
Damn, misspelled it, Stoemp, meshed root veggies.

Potatoes, turnips, parsnips, rutabaga, celeriac, and carrots. All cooked and mashed. It is hearty and goes with the beef. The traditional side would be pomes fries, but since we aren't set up to twice fry like in Belgium, it is the Stoemp.



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Re: What is cooking today?
« Reply #252 on: November 02, 2020, 02:36:29 PM »
I helped the wife make Vlamse Stovery. Belgian beef and onion stew, cooked with a sour brown. She then did the Stompf, all sorts of root begins in there. It was delicious on a late Fall day in Michigan.


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That looks like some savory goodness, Jeff. What is Stompf? It’s rare that I am stumped by a food reference but even the internet thinks a stompf is a drawing tool.
Damn, misspelled it, Stoemp, meshed root veggies.

Potatoes, turnips, parsnips, rutabaga, celeriac, and carrots. All cooked and mashed. It is hearty and goes with the beef. The traditional side would be pomes fries, but since we aren't set up to twice fry like in Belgium, it is the Stoemp.
Love root veggies, that would definitely go well with stew.
BTW I make frites fairly often at home, I simply transfer to paper towels after first fry then refry. The second fry goes quick.
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Re: What is cooking today?
« Reply #253 on: November 13, 2020, 10:49:52 PM »
Just another pie.  We love making our own dough on Friday, and the kids get into topping theirs.  Sausage and pepperoni with fresh garden herbs for me tonight.



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Re: What is cooking today?
« Reply #254 on: November 21, 2020, 09:25:35 PM »
Putting a 11lb beef brisket in the smoker tonight at 9. 225* for 14 hours. Rubbed with black pepper, salt, brown sugar, garlic powder and chipotle powder.
I will check on it at 6am and if and when it is at 165* I will wrap in pink paper and continue until 190* Remove at 190* wrap in foil, place in a cooler and let it rest for 2-3 hours.

Serving with homemade horseradish sauce on a toasted brioche bun with a side of cheesy potatoes.

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