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Re: Recycling food
« Reply #15 on: November 26, 2010, 08:36:53 AM »

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Re: Recycling food
« Reply #16 on: November 27, 2010, 01:52:32 AM »
Bread crumbs and Fondue....

When I am down to the end and not enough bread to make much with it, super light toast to speed the
drying and breadcrumb it. By the way my bread crumb container is treated like a home-style chimichurri
sauce, no particular recipe but the same ingredients keep getting added to maintain an ammount. Mostly
some dried "italian seasoning"  spices and bread...
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Re: Recycling food
« Reply #17 on: November 27, 2010, 02:50:04 PM »
To the OP.
We freeze overripe bananas and tomatoes for cooking with later.  Limp moldy veggies go to the compost pile, bread gets crumbed.
Yesterday I boiled the leftover carcasses from the Thanksgiving goose and turkey and pulled all the tiny bits of meat.  Today I'll take some of the goose fat and fry finely chopped onions and garlic, then add the meat with some spices, simmer and add more fat to make a rillette, one of my favorite all time French foods.
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Re: Recycling food
« Reply #18 on: November 28, 2010, 12:27:29 AM »
To the OP.
We freeze overripe bananas and tomatoes for cooking with later.  Limp moldy veggies go to the compost pile, bread gets crumbed.
Yesterday I boiled the leftover carcasses from the Thanksgiving goose and turkey and pulled all the tiny bits of meat.  Today I'll take some of the goose fat and fry finely chopped onions and garlic, then add the meat with some spices, simmer and add more fat to make a rillette, one of my favorite all time French foods.
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Re: Recycling food
« Reply #19 on: November 28, 2010, 12:41:09 AM »
Yeah, lets hear more about the goose. I havent had much success with goose. Was it wild? How did you prepare it. Im thinking about making goose on the grill for xmas.

My Argentinian turkey grill got rained out. Had to put it in the oven.
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Re: Recycling food
« Reply #20 on: December 01, 2010, 09:38:10 AM »
Yeah, lets hear more about the goose. I havent had much success with goose. Was it wild? How did you prepare it. Im thinking about making goose on the grill for xmas.

My Argentinian turkey grill got rained out. Had to put it in the oven.
I gotta say I had a bad Geuze Boon. Tasted like burnt rubber.
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