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    Lazy dinner: sprouted buckwheat and flax flatbread topped with raw tahini mixed with yellow miso, marinated spinach and onions (spinach, onions, olive oil, and lemon juice massaged together and left overnight), tomatoes, and a sprinkling of nutritional yeast and black pepper. Made a simple veggie stir fry for the boy as this was a little too "healthy tasting" for him out of cabbage, mushrooms, carrot, and peppers. He devoured it before I could take a photo. :P And no we didn't eat pie first . . . just finally uploading the photo from Sunday.

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    I made a fish pie. it's like a shepherds pie but instead of meat and gravy it's seafood and a cream sauce with dill topped with mashed potatoes and baked.
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    the pork chops i made ended up being so tender that you didn't need a knife. but it was baked pork chops with cabbage. and i also made baked sweet potatoes i had mine with butter and brown sugar
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    i did not make anything but im hoping to start making my own chipolte chili with what i have in my garden.

    thinking chipolte lime chicken tamales.
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    the simplest sort of solyanka: first made broth with one chicken leg/quarter, then added some cereal flakes (i think it was what we call "three-grain porridge mix" - crushed wheat, barley and oats) and seasoned it with two sliced pickled cucumbers. had fresh plain mozzarella for a side dish, which worked out just fine.
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    I have a cheese and leek souffle in the oven. Let's hope it rises.

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    I made a ricotta cheesecake for my dad and added strawberry jam swirls on top. It will be grandiose!

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    I made a caprese-inspired salad, but put the tomatoes/basil/mozz in some chard from the garden along with roasted peppers and capers. It was pretty nom.
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    Didn't bother taking a picture but I roasted a chicken today using something different. A thrown together recipe that started with rubbing soy all over the chicken, then mixing rosemary, basil, thyme, salt, pepper and rubbing it all over the chicken. Then I sliced up an onion and minced garlic, putting most of the onion on the bottom of the pan and some of the onion and garlic inside the cavity, also embedding some of the garlic under the skin on the breast and against the thigh. Added a couple of cups of water into the bottom of the pan with the onions. Then put the chicken on a rack in the pan.

    Turned out really good since the skin crisped up nice where with the liquid left in the bottom of the pan, made gravy and served with rice, stir-fried asparagas and corn.

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    Today I made eggs scrambled in olive oil with fines herbs. It was accompanied by black eyed peas, hot buttered grits, and sourdough English muffin toasted, topped with butter and raw honey.

    The other night I made salmon croquettes with homemade tartar sauce, turnip greens with apple cider vinegar, and macaroni and cheese (out of the box, I had to challenge myself to make it perfect and not runny, like the artist formally known as ISTP; I HAZ SUCCESS!!!11)

    I want to make fried chicken later or tomorrow, but I should have thought of that when I still had money for groceries.

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