What's for dinner?

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  1. Sjoerd

    Sjoerd Mighty Oak

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    Left-overs ---spagbol and the preischotel.
    It is better the second time around.
    Tonight I am taking my Bride out to eat here in the harbour.
     
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    Husband has a summer cold, the very worst kind to have. I'm making a batch of "cure or kill" chicken vegetable soup with homemade stock as a base, six different vegetables as ingredients, and oh, yes, diced chicken. I sure hope it cures his cold. I'd miss him terribly if it kills him . . . .
     
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    Take aways.
     
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    This as well as lamb chops.
     
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    Well that looks yummy
     
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    Sausages, beans, cheesy noodles (Mac ' cheese) and a fresh tomato salad.
     
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    Tonight was pigeons cooked with apple and flambée with calvados.
     
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    Squab, eh?? Sounds tasty...

    Tomorrow I want to do a homemade tomato sauce with beef over penne pasta. Saw a recipe online and I have a few San Marzano tomatoes left from the garden. Yummy!
     
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    A town where I work has a commercial outfit that grows, processes and sells them. They are big for pigeons, like 3-4#'s each.
     
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    Sticky chicken, à la Mariée.
     
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    Another 16 litres of tomato sauce, Provençal style. On the left is plum chutney.
     
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    Pan seared salmon with mango salsa; spinach and blueberry salad with a Ginger soy peanut butter dressing; and quinoa with roasted carrots pistachios and currants. This was a joint venture with my husband daughter & me. Three cooks in the kitchen!
     

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