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    Our dinner tonight will consist of a tin or whole baby potatoes, a tin of champignon pieces and stems, about 500g of diced ‘bacon bits’, mixed together, covered with grated tasty cheese and cooked in the oven alongside some sausages. I have found baking the sausages keeps them moist on the inside but with a crispy skin outside!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmbteach View Post
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    This week's Big Stew:

    onions, carrots, peas, corn, tomatoes, chickpeas, Great Northern beans, black beans, red beans, brown rice, chicken broth (only because they didn't have no-salt beef broth. ), beef stew seasonings, basil, Mrs. Dash. With cheez-its and parmesan cheese on top.
    Did Mrs Dash complain when you put her in the stew?
    Yes, but not for long.
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    This morning I made a baked Denver "omelet" for Sunday brunch. It consisted of enough eggs for four omelets (8) plus finely chopped ham, green pepper and onion, and shredded cheddar cheese, all mixed together with some half-and-half cream, poured into a 9 X 9 inch baking dish, which translates to 24 X 24 cm, and baked at 410 degrees (215 C) for 25 minutes or a little more.

    It worked out well.

    I also tried popovers. I had a recipe for popovers in a muffin tin and this is the second time I’ve tried it. I used a disposable muffin tin made of aluminum foil I guess, or aluminium if you prefer, and the results are not satisfactory. The popovers don’t rise enough and are quite dense, although they tasted OK. I’ll have to go ahead and buy custard cups and use a more traditional recipe, or at least buy a real muffin tin.

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    If you overcook your rice

    When you make it too long and it's stuck to the bottom of the pan, not burned, just cooked too long, leave it set with the lid on, heat off and it will rehydrate at the bottom. Works like a charm.

    And of course this only pertains to the unwashed masses who still make their rice the old fashioned way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T.G.G. Moogly View Post
    When you make it too long and it's stuck to the bottom of the pan, not burned, just cooked too long, leave it set with the lid on, heat off and it will rehydrate at the bottom. Works like a charm.

    And of course this only pertains to the unwashed masses who still make their rice the old fashioned way.
    Actually that's what I've learned to do with my $20 rice cooker. 30 oz water to 14 oz rice and an hour later when it beeps and goes into the keep warm mode I leave it plugged in another 15 minutes or so. That greatly minimizes the sticking and burning on the bottom. I see that's a common complaint on all but the more expensive automatic rice cookers.

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    Has anyone here ever made tuna salad except with salmon instead? I love tuna salad and crab salad, so it's probably delicious. I don't know. The interwebs don't have much in the way of recipes because "salmon salad" comes up as a garden salad with grilled salmon on top, or pasta salads. I'm going to try it the same way I make tuna salad and see what happens.

    Edit: Never mind. I found some recipes. I just searched on 'tuna salad salmon' and found some recipes.

    So I just made some salmon salad with mayo, dijon mustard, onion, celery, salt, pepper, lemon juice, and paprika, and holy flipping cthulhu, this is good stuff. I don't know why I was so wary about it.
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    Cream of chicken and mushroom soup. Butter, olive oil, flour, onion, garlic, celery, carrots, mushrooms, chicken broth, chick peas, coconut milk. Once the rice bags come out, I'll throw in some fresh spinach, let it simma dah nah, and done.

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