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    Beef empanadas with ancho chili cream sauce. Salad made from english cucumbers, red bell peppers, tomato, and red onion with a quick homemade dressing. I was really happy with the result--I haven't made a pastry crust in a long time...this one was gluten-free and turned out very well. Not an easy feat without stretchy 'twang' of gluten strands.

    A tip for easier pastry crust: freeze your butter and then grate it. It's a lot easier to incorporate into the flour without handling it too much.

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    I think tonight I'll fry up some swai filets in cornmeal, and serve with beets, the greens, and chard.

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    What's swai like? Is it anything like Mahi-mahi?

    Sockeye salmon again. Brother caught a big one the other day and gave me some fresh filets. Tonight, it was marinated teriyaki salmon. Teriyaki sauce is so easy to make and when you grill the salmon, keeps it tender with lovely complementary flavouring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metaphor View Post
    What's swai like? Is it anything like Mahi-mahi?

    Sockeye salmon again. Brother caught a big one the other day and gave me some fresh filets. Tonight, it was marinated teriyaki salmon. Teriyaki sauce is so easy to make and when you grill the salmon, keeps it tender with lovely complementary flavouring.
    I've never eaten it before, so we'll see. It's a type of catfish that is reportedly pretty bland, but cheap ($2 range this week).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Risen View Post
    I've never eaten it before, so we'll see. It's a type of catfish that is reportedly pretty bland, but cheap ($2 range this week).
    If you wouldn't mind, do tell once you've tried it. I'm always looking for different fish to try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metaphor View Post
    If you wouldn't mind, do tell once you've tried it. I'm always looking for different fish to try.
    I must say the dinner was mother f***** good! The fish was great, though i imagine that was mostly due to the cornmeal batter and its rather heavy seasoning.



    I'll definitely be cooking this again.

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    Thanks for the update and pic Risen. Your dinner looks fantastic.

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    I made brownies with Baked and crushed Almonds.... I burned it. : (
    I ended up taking the top layer off, and applying the chocolate fudge( I also made)

    but it turned out to be VERY delicious.. I can't stop eating it.. LOL


    This is the brownie my younger sister said I should put on YWIRCrappyCooking.com and call "fugs cake"



    also made Tuna Pasta Salad, but then found out there was no tuna, so I added sliced/baked sausage instead. Also really yummy :


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    I didnt make this today, but its damn good! Its Korean beef dish called "Jang Jorim", you can eat cold or hot, pour the sauce and beef over rice, and mix it up...its to die for & packed with flavor!

    ingredients

    • 1 lb. flank steak
    • 2 whole cloves of garlic
    • 1 sm. jalapeno pepper
    • 1/3 c. or more sugar
    • 2/3 c. or more soy sauce
    • 1/3 c. or more water

    instructions

    1) Cut the flank steak, along the grain, into strips approximately 1/2 an inch or so wide. / 2) Cut the strips into pieces about 1 inch strips. / 3) Place all of the ingredients in a small pan. / 4) The soy sauce/water solution should cover or almost cover the rest of the ingredients. / 5) Bring to a boil and then reduce to medium heat. / 6) Boil the beef for about 30 minutes. / 7) Add water if the liquid level gets low, and add sugar if the solution doesn't taste sweet enough. (And what is sweet enough? Alas, I can't really explain it. Unless you've tasted jang jorim before, you'll just have to give the recipe a whirl and then adjust the amount of sugar the next time according to your own desires.) / 8) Let cool & refrigerate overnight. / 9) Remove any fat that has solidified.

    Looks a little sumthin like this (my mom never put boiled eggs in it though):

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    Sticky chicken wings and fried rice.

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