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    Rotisserie Chicken Noodle Soup for a snowy North Idaho day

    Picked up a Rotisserie Chicken at the Wally World on the way home yesterday, Bones from the legs and wings that I had last night are in the pot with the carcass and some Store bought Broth simmering down for flavor
    Just finished dicing Veggies and the rest of the chicken meat..

    Going to be a relaxing day here

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    Did things slightly different since Shan didn't really want too many carbs, might have been the biggest improvement on a simple recipe..
    Cooking the noodles separate, prevents "Soggy Noodle Syndrome"
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    I love to watch this guy cook. He's as informative and amusing as Julia Child.
    And I swear he shaves with a straight razor.

    He's making macaroni and cheese, but listen to him at minute 7:00 of the video:

    "If you come up to it, and you just can't do it, then that's jolly well where you are."
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    Quote Originally Posted by rolodave View Post
    Going to make bean soup.
    I was always taught to sort the dry beans and look for rocks and malformed beans.

    I have not found any rocks in a while but I do the find a kernel of corn. Got another one tonight.

    Why would there be a corn kernel in dry beans?
    The bean soup and cornbread were fantastic!
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    Sourdough Crepes and strawberry compote. Little bacon on the side.
    Mine, basically the same, with the rest of the package of bacon..
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    First and foremost, it's good to see you posing your wonderful foods again.

    My mother loved anything that had lemon in it and I'm sure she'd have loved these
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    Sorry, no pics. Next time. Anyway it was shrimp and veg stir fry, seasoned with bacon grease and slap ya mama and sherry, no rice cause we on a diet, accompanied by my homebrewed 11.5% stout cause diet or no diet, home made beer brings happiness and joy. Mrs. Crescent CIty as usual moaned with pleasure while eating it with me.

    Tomorrow we will celebrate our first covid shot which we will get tomorrow morning, with something, maybe a nice skillet braised ribeye and some fresh picked broccoli sauteed with bacon and some homemade bread. There will be pics.

    There is a canal a block away that was covered over I guess in the early 60's and a guy in the neighborhood plants vegetables and stuff on it, and we get a lot of our fresh veggies from there, and I have been wanting to bake a loaf or two for him anyway as payback for doing the neighborhood a good turn. So I got to bake anyway. Our dishwasher gave up the ghost and we just replaced that GE POS with a nice Kitchenaid, so I can start dirtying dishes again. Jones-ing for some fresh baked bread, us. So two birds with one stone.

    We also got the jones for some crawfish and I think pretty soon we will get a sack or two and berl 'em up. There will be pics for that, too.
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    Steak Ranchero. NY Strips seared and smothered in Rotels. Fresh asparagus and shallots braised in butter and madeira. Steamed new potatoes. Homebrewed stout.
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