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    Quote Originally Posted by ceecee View Post
    Very nice!
    thanks. i put the crust on the wrong side and used ritz instead of bread crumbs (cuz there were none) but i think it ended up probably tasting better using ritz.

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    @EJCC, I think I'm going to do some baking today.
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    @EJCC, here it is. Sorry if the picture quality is a little blurry... I'm not an expert at food photography.

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    Mongolian beef recipe from a prominent food blogger. Much too salty. I must've used a different brand of soy sauce than the one she used. I will say that flank steak works great for stir-fried dishes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tellenbach View Post
    Mongolian beef recipe from a prominent food blogger. Much too salty. I must've used a different brand of soy sauce than the one she used. I will say that flank steak works great for stir-fried dishes.
    Probably called for reduced sodium soy sauce, like the kind they sell at Trader Joe's. I've had that problem before, with food blog recipes.
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    Something very simple: veggies stir-fried in a grill wok with just a bit of garlic, pepper, and olive oil. Veggie heaven, to go with the burgers my INTP made.
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    crockpot sunday sauce... trying out a new recipe since I have the time to today! I usually go with Mark Bittman's recipe for Pasta Sauce with Beef Ribs and Cinnamon because it is absolutely wonderful (and I kind of like what he does anyway) but decided to try something different this time... hoping not to be disappointed!
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    ^ @whatever Half-Baked Harvest for the win. I've loved absolutely everything I've made from their blog. (Though I tend to need to use substitutions, because the average HBH recipe tends to use schmancy ingredients that cost a lot, like sundried tomato pesto.)


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    I made this yesterday:

    Apple Walnut Flax Seed Bread | Joy the Baker


    ^ pic from the recipe page -- I didn't take it

    Friggin amazing. I want to make it all the time. Best breakfast treat ever.
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    @EJCC I'll have to check out more of the site then!

    because, sadly, I'm the type of person who often has sundried tomato pesto sitting around (and I have some vanilla beans that I really need to do something with soon... maybe make some vanilla sugar or vanilla extract for christmas presents!)

    and that bread looks awesome... may have to try it out since we have some flaxseed in the refrigerator that the man bought to include in shakes
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    @EJCC I'll have to check out more of the site then!

    because, sadly, I'm the type of person who often has sundried tomato pesto sitting around (and I have some vanilla beans that I really need to do something with soon... maybe make some vanilla sugar or vanilla extract for christmas presents!)
    I want some homemade vanilla things!! Send me some!

    Maybe we could do a holiday gift exchange... do you want anything hand-knit?

    Also this was the recipe I was thinking of, with the sundried tomato pesto: Half Baked Harvest - One-Pan Spring Tuscan Quinoa Bake

    Pro tip: seriously reduce the amount of olive oil you put in. Other than that, friggin amazing. Loved it.

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    and that bread looks awesome... may have to try it out since we have some flaxseed in the refrigerator that the man bought to include in shakes
    Ground flaxseed in shakes for the win!! (This one is my favorite: Peanut Butter Banana Oat Smoothie - Let Why Lead I make it way more than I should, haha)
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