Discussion in 'Community' started by Grimby
, Nov 25, 2008.
Mmmmm!! Cook for me some time.
That does look good.
A pair of lemon meringue pies I made last month.
Treated myself to chicken breast stuffed with spinach/cheese and wrapped in bacon. Pasta in a sundried tomato alfredo sauce. Sooo goood. and so much easier than you'd ever think.[image=http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y5/healerleona/P1010805.jpg]
That looks fantastic! Recipe!
Basically this recipe. [link=http://allrecipes.com/recipe/spinach-stuffed-chicken-breasts/detail.aspx]AllRecipes [/link].
Though I substituted mayo for half a brick of light cream cheese and the feta for a Mozzarella/provolone mix. Very good.
The pasta was a jar of alfredo sauce mixed with some sun dried tomato pesto.
Upping because cooking still rocks.
Made prawn stir-fry!
And Yoda cake pops!
Cathy and me love cooking together! Here's a couple of our things. Not the best looking we've done, but they were delicious!
I love toast tapas. They are my hometown's specialty. This is one of my faves: quail eggs on brie cheese, bacon and caramelized onion.
And this is one of my favorite stews. Garlic chicken breasts with balsamic vinegar, green garlic (apparently not very common in the USA?) and roasted potatoes. I got the recipe from WookatMe and we tampered with it until it was to our liking. Highly recommended.
Now I'm hungry!
I'm learning how to cook many things this summer to prepare me for apartment cooking in the fall.
Ahhh that looks soooooo tasty!
This was my first go at cooking duck a few weeks back, it isn't the best presentation as the pea puree was a bit thin, but the flavours of the duck and its orange sauce and the puree were great.
Oh, and here's my 10 year old son making the family sushi and tempura. All our three kids (8 - 12) cook dinner for us every once in a while, with our help. Can't start em learning too young...
Good for you JP, for teaching your kids valuable life skills for when they grow - up.
Can he come over and make me sushi?
I'll try not to post too many here, but some stuff I've made since moving to NYC & taking a head baker position
Peeps for Easter!
Double chocolate cookies, cinnamon roll cookies, and lemon lavender shortbread
Prosecco and raspberry cupcakes
Sure, I'll put him on a plane tomorrow. Can you keep him for a week?
David linked me the thread when he posted some pics of our cooking and I thought I would post some food pics from Spanish Night at the Hat Villa.
First, I have a pic of our lovely sous-chef Frieda putting the finishing touches on some Krab salad toasts.
And here we have (mostly eaten) potatoes in sauces (alioli, bravas, and mojo) in the bowls as well as Spanish Tortilla on the plates. (As well as some VERY excited Hatters.)
jp, that is just awesome. I love sushi, but have yet tried making it myself.
Cathy, now I want to go back top Hatvilla!
Awesome! Food AND an excuse to go to SeaWorld instead of work!
Thought I'd share some pictures from work today!
Banana cake, peanut butter mousse, peanuts, and marshmallow creme
Graham cracker crust, key lime pie filling, and cheesecake filling
Corn cake, roasted peaches, and cream cheese mousse (new for the summer and my absolute faaavorite)
I didn't even think they existed.
Brb, dying now.
Blackout you must share your work more often.
Yes, maybe bring snacks to share.
If you ever find yourself in New York, there will be plenty of snacks to share