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King Crab Alfredo....
I made it for my wonderful wife. :aww:
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A huge sandwich :iconjamjams: made me for lunch
Has turkey and chicken, longhorn cheddar and alpine lace swiss, tomato, butter lettuce deli mustard, mayo, avocado, and country white bread. it was FAT. Now I am :faint:
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Nacho ribs, my ribs.:lick:
With Scalloped Potatoes and Asparagus.
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Made this earlier today in my pastry class. Not too terribly well-executed, but a good first attempt, I think.
Coffee-infused chocolate cake, three layers, with Bavarian cream filling, and an almond-infused chocolate ganache. It's got a chocolate bow on top, and some ganache roses... that I mostly melted putting on the cake lol
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Okay, first of all, I don't know how to make a marinara sauce because I'm Mexican, not Italian, second of all, this was delicious regardless, and third of all, yes, any and all Italians will kill me for this unless I call it Spaghetti and Meatballs as made by a Mexican.

I started off getting some large tomatoes and making a small x-shaped cut on the bottoms, dropped them in boiling hot water for a minute, took them out and added them to ice water to shock them. Then I peeled them, cooked them some more, and set them off to the side. I had diced a bunch of garlic and onion, cooked them in butter until they were translucent, strained the tomato through a sift, to take out the seeds, added some chicken broth, salt, pepper, and dried parsley, and let it reduce by a bit. When it was done, I sliced a little mint into it. Cooked the spaghetti to al dente state, added it to the sauce. For the meatballs it was ground beef, salt, pepper, parsley, green onion, and a little crushed red pepper, pan-fried, and added to a little of the sauce I had left off to the side. The spaghetti gets balled up, served with the meatballs, topped with parmesan cheese, and a bit more mint.
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The flavor was a lot better than last time, even though I didn't have actual real beer (how come we always have to get fucking bud light?).
Made tartar sauce, but we didn't have capers. So I used diced olives and green onions instead. And lime zest and juice. And garlic powder.
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Homemade Hungarian Scallop Potatoes - Körbe-Körbe Sült Krumpli.

RECIPE
Hungarian Scallop Potatoes

Ingredients

5-6 medium potatoes
1 medium red onion
2 tbsp mayonnaise
4-5 tbsp sour cream
2 tbsp butter, melted
2 tbsp bacon grease, melted (if no bacon grease; use all butter)
1/4 cup grated cheese (optional)
Salt, pepper and paprika

Cooking Instructions

1. Boil potatoes, peeled or unpeeled; to your preference for 10 minutes.
2. Let the potatoes cool, and slice thinly. Slice onions thinly.
3. Mix mayo and sour cream together, adding a dash of milk if mixture is too thick. (Consistency should be thick but pourable.) Add a pinch of salt to mixture.
4. Mix bacon grease and butter, then grease bottom and sides of round baking dish.
5. Stand potato slices in a circular fashion in round baking dish; working from outside-in. Place onion slices in between the potato slices.
6. Drizzle the remaining butter-grease mixture over the potato slices.
7. Sprinkle cheese over potatoes.
8. Drizzle sour cream and mayo mixture on top with a spoon, dust with paprika.
9. Bake in preheated 425F oven for 20-25 minutes.

*Makes about 6 servings.

LET ME KNOW IF YOU MAKE THE RECIPE AND HOW IT TURNS OUT FOR YOU.
IF YOU RUN INTO ANY TROUBLE WHILE MAKING IT OR HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, COMMENTS OR CONCERNS, PLEASE FEEL FREE TO MESSAGE ME!
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Greek food, nom nom noms :D
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:bulletwhite::bulletwhite: Cake batter Martini :bulletwhite::bulletwhite:



Cake Vodka
Amaretto
White Chocolate Liqueur
Cream
ice

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:bulletyellow::bulletgreen: Potato soup :bulletgreen::bulletyellow: 



:bulletyellow: This potato soup comes from English cuisine. Besides potato also contains onions, garlic, peppers, cheese and cream. Is served with grilled cheese baguette and fresh chives.

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:bulletyellow: Czech potato soup: 
Czech potato soup by PaSt1978

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Ice Fernet


:iconupdateplz: Sep 26, 2012

Fernet
Eggnog
Coffee
Vanilla ice cream
Whipped cream
Grated chocolate
Ice


Put some ice cubes into a tumbler, add eggnog, then carefully add the Fernet and cold coffee. Finally add one scoop ice cream, whipped cream and grated chocolate. :ahoy:



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For Christmas i got the best tasting strawberry jam ever which i like to use in baking when ever i get the chance.

I am constantly making shortbread cookies so fancied a change. A few years ago my mother-in-law bought me a cookie recipe book, i thought it was about time i used it.

Coconut cookies with strawberry jam strawberry pinks, or as i better know them as thumbprint cookies.



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A tasty gluten free chocolate cream cheese marble cake. It might not be the most prettiest cake in the world but what it lacks in looks makes up for in flavour! It's such a yummy chocolate cake with different textures of sponge, cream cheese (I used Philadelphia) and a bite of sugar on top to satisfy the chocoholic part of me and my love of having each bite of a food being a bit different from the last.

When making every day cakes I don't always like to add a topping, instead I like to put all the extra flavours and textures inside the cake, especially if I am busy, it's just easier putting everything in, in one go plus my kids are little monkeys who like to only eat the toppings some days!

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double chocolate brownie with a philadelphia cheesecake layer and topped with melted chocolate

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Leftover salmon on some baguette and ...
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The cake was amazingly delicious...

Recipe: [link]
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Lunch ...
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A much better shot, I think :)
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Recipe at Whisk Kid
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My famous chocolate chip cookies :) they have pecans inside as well ^^ so yummyyy
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Giant Cookie i made for my art teacher :) Its her last year at my school so i wanted to make her something ^^ got some inspiration from my mom and decided to make this, glad it turned out good :) And thank you Ms. Hattin for being the best art teacher ever ~
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Verryy rich
Made this in class yesterday :) i added some sifted cocoa on top of the meringue and chocolate chips in between each rose. My teacher said it looked to busy but i don't know what she's talking about lol
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Ooooh yes. :love:

I try not to over do it, but it's a guilty pleasure of mine to order this, along with a couple beers.

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Sizzling sirloin steak, served with mashed potatoes, broccoli, steamed carrots and corn. :heart:

And drowned with dollops of black pepper sauce. Obviously, this steak isn't Prime quality and isn't priced expensively. Good steaks do not need sauce, but this plate of beef certainly needs all the help it needs, given its price point. :slow:

Still, it hits the spot. Yummeh! :drool:
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Beef and chicken meat on skewers. :drool:

You eat it after you dip it into the peanut sauce. :meow:

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Johnny Cash Special - steak and three eggs served with hash browns and toast.

Photographed at Easy Street Cafe in West Seattle, Washington.
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It's self-explanatory. There's a place we frequent in Vancouver, B.C. when we visit. It's not shiny and pristine but the food is good and it stays pretty busy throughout the day. The food is well worth it.

I've ordered their cheese ramen, proudly proclaimed on their menu that "ladies love it!" It's noodles, lean pork, corn, bean sprouts, green onion, menma, with two types of cheese - one grated as you can see and one fat little wedge there.

It's not something to order every time you go? But it's nice going down when there's a chill in the air and you've several blocks to walk back to your car!
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Brisket, macaroni and cheese, with a sweet potato cornbread muffin.

Photographed at Smokin' Pete's BBQ.
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