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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulFLUS View Post
    Top sirloin grilled medium rare over oak fire with garlic herb risotto and IKEA vegetable medallions.

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    They sell them at IKEA.
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    Roasted Brussel sprouts with maple syrup drizzle...carrots ..and pecans.

    Pan fried boneless chicken thighs...and Cous-Cous

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    Deboned turkey breast, sous vide 8 hours at 145F, then broiled. This is my favorite way to cook boneless chicken or turkey, or pork loin. No worries about not being cooked enough, but never overcooked or dry. Everybody should have a sous vide wand and tank, along with a sealer-mealer vacuum bagger.

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    Quick soup to make. Leek and potato.

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    Guinness Beef Stew on a cold night

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    Quote Originally Posted by OCDshaver View Post
    Quick soup to make. Leek and potato.

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    Looks delicious.

    Does this have cream added?

    I do love leek and potato soup, but over here it's often left chunky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGeek View Post
    Looks delicious.

    Does this have cream added?

    I do love leek and potato soup, but over here it's often left chunky.

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    Yes it does have cream. Not too much. Just enough to get the color improved from the murkiness it initially has and to give it a little richness.
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    The new chickens just started laying...had to wait 6 months ( which is the norm ) before I start to see any eggs. But will be good for 3 years of egg production from these girls.

    We have 17 Chickens......so eggs will be plentiful now.

    Just have to hook up the timer with the light ...now that we don’t have much daylight now a days.

    Birds need 14-16 hours of artificial and daylight to keep egg laying at a good clip.
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    Can't beat the home grown eggs nessmuck. They look great, lotsa different shell colours!!
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