Discussion in 'Recipes and Cooking' started by Catdaddy6676, Nov 19, 2018.
Gail, what are these foods?
Yeah Gail, spill it! We had dinner from across the Atlantic this evening. Becky is from Maine and she likes to make a dish called Finnan Haddie. Irish peat smoked haddock cooked in a buttery cream sauce with chopped Irish Potatoes. Served with green peas and salad.
Our daughter came for dinner and in her honor, we had duck breasts, small potatoes and Brussels sprouts in a cranberry ginger ssuce.
Tonight it was....Spuds w/ a jus from the bratworst fat, Belgian Endive w/ cheese sauce and bratworst. Iceys for pud.
Wild boar in red wine sauce.
This isn't dinner; it's breakfast:
Greek yogurt, fruit & nuts. And coffee, of course! My go-to breakfast every morning.
That is quite sturdy brekkie, Cayu.
Years ago when we were in the states, we noticed that in the motels the brekkies were most often hot. Our brekkies here are more along the lines of what you eat. We always have a lunchmeat sort, a cheese and a jam or chocolate paste after OJ and a piece of fruit.
@Cayuga Morning and @Dirtmechanic the pies are by Quorn sorry, hubby buys them in they're a vegeterian food which are making me lose weight
Wedges are spuds unpeeled and either oven baked or fried..we oven cook them.
Quorn recipes or you can buy them frozen, same for the wedges.
Dinner tonight was a concoction, my husband's inspiration. It was delicious!
I tried to take a photo of it, by my phone camera was set in reverse mode, & it took an (unflattering) picture of me instead. Upsidedown.
Tonight's dinner is mesquite grilled pork ribs, grilled potatoes, and a broccoli salad. We've had poor weather lately, and I'm happy to get outside and cook!
Nice to meet you
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