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    Recommend recipes

    This is really good soup: https://food52.com/recipes/26981-sop...jo-garlic-soup

    (tastes better with chicken stock instead of water. plus shredded cheese.)

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    Mexican Brown Rice Salad

    This is tasty and popular with just about everyone and makes a ton so is great to take to bbqs or parties. It's one of the few recipes I don't significantly alter. (Although substituting one or both cans of pintos with black beans works well and you really don't need fresh cilantro...)

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    This is a bit time consuming, but my favourite sauce at the moment. It's great with pasta and vegetables.

    Curry base sauce

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    Ate this tonight (from Kant's home town): Königsberger Klopse

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    http://www.marthastewart.com/315652/...rtcake-cookies

    with 1-2 cups strawberry jam instead of strawberries and without cream

    I put the dough in muffin tins because it's gooey. Otherwise it turns flat (I made that mistake)

    it turns out chewy and delicious.

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    I just took bacon fried in sesame oil

    Added Tropean (red) onions, and added white wine vinegar after caramelizing.

    Added (3) leeks to divided lengthwise. Cook for a little while and adding half of the juice from lemon, cooking until they colorized a little, then threw a fresh bundle of spinach on top, to simmer. Once it is wilted and mixed up even more, I added the other half of a lemon.

    I added some ground piri piri pepper and crimini mushroom powder at the start, along with black pepper and a Mediterranean sea salt mixed with thyme.

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    Additionally I took bacon and had it cooked on an induction stove outside using a Lodge brand skillet tray (which I intended to season the cast iron.) Took New York strip steaks that were similarly seasoned with black pepper, and what else I used, taking the bacon grease remains to sear both sides using the raised "panini" portion, and then transferred it to the grill for a low roasting.

    The vegetables went perfect with the steak.

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    Making/Jarring/Canning Strawberry-Vodka Jam with added pear and di Amore orange liqueur.
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    I am a huge fan of the Smitten Kitchen and Joy the Baker websites. Particularly for desserts, you can't miss. They are both gifted with butter, and the woman who does Smitten Kitchen is obsessive--she will tweak and troubleshoot a bunch before she puts anything up. I also like The Silver Spoon cookbook.

    This was amazing: http://smittenkitchen.com/blog/2007/...unny-day-yawn/ as was http://joythebaker.com/2010/05/straw...ry-shortcakes/

    I have a bunch that I'll have to dig up from when I was in Ghana--I baked a ton there, oddly. If I'm not baking, it's less elaborate--omelette, curry, soup, simple pasta with veggies and cheese. Sometimes a quiche or something. Those don't really need recipes.

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