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    baked ziti:
    pic right before going into the oven



    also made cucumber salad and my room mate is suppose to make garlic bread

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    Black Forest trifle

    The addition of fresh cherries makes this a seasonal, festive dish. The cherry season here straddles December and January, and I used some of my own cherries from home to make this last night actually. Everybody seemed quite happy...considering how much fucking tension there is in my family right now.

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    Cooked this yesterday:

    Soba Noodles with Swiss Chard–Miso Pesto Recipe - CHOW.com

    Really yummy. Like miso soup without the soup.
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    Last night I made ginger hoisin pork, with sesame garlic noodles and a vegetable stir-fry. It was really good, and there are lots of left-overs. Yay!
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    Beef was only 10 euros for a kilo



    Featuring garlic cream potatoes(which i didnt make myself) and cream sauce with black pepper cream cheese, some extra black pepper and salt.
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    Food porn

    I made blueberry snack cake today.

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    yesterday I made red thai curry and also made banana nut bread... sure, they don't go together, but they both tasted good!
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    Attempted to make beef meatballs using a Gordon Ramsay recipe. I used 6 cloves of garlic instead of the recommended 2, figuring these little guys are too tiny to have much of an effect. I also added too much black pepper and not enough sea salt. This is what happens when you don't give specific numbers to an ISTJ. Now I smell of garlic and have about half a pound of meatballs left.
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    mark bittman's recipe for short rib with cinnamon pasta sauce that I'd tried from my copy of how to cook everything while I was in college... lost the book during a move and had to look it up again and it was as delicious as I'd remembered

    served it with garlic and parsley fettucini and homemade bread and it was a pretty awesome dinner
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