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Offline ImisstheOldTimes

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Re: Nutrition, Wumpette Style
« Reply #4850 on: December 23, 2015, 11:11:05 am »
My mom and brother used to take bread, spread with butter and sugar, and dip it into hot bacon grease and eat it....I'm sure it's tasty, but couldn't bring myself to indulge in it... :-X
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Re: Nutrition, Wumpette Style
« Reply #4851 on: January 01, 2016, 03:50:04 pm »
As it's was the Holidays and being that we can't get them in Ireland and all the Dutch ex-pats seem to love them I spend New years eve cooking "Oliebollen & Apple beignets"

Ollie-bollen, or (Oliebollen) is a dutch pastry similar to a doughnut. It typically is a deep fried pastry filled with raisins and dusted with powdered sugar.


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« Reply #4852 on: January 01, 2016, 03:55:15 pm »
Those look awesome Jim … wish I was there to sample . Happy New Year !
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« Reply #4853 on: January 02, 2016, 10:58:31 am »
I would be all over those !
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Re: Nutrition, Wumpette Style
« Reply #4854 on: January 02, 2016, 05:16:40 pm »
Those look awesome Jim … wish I was there to sample . Happy New Year !

I would be all over those !

Happy new year to both of you.

:-) Every year I spend the day frying this stuff and than I spend the next two weeks having to walk off the gained belly weight. Oh well it's all part of the fun.
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Re: Nutrition, Wumpette Style
« Reply #4855 on: January 03, 2016, 06:01:19 pm »
Starting the new year off correctly.  Had my first cheeseburger today.  Not sure when I last had one.  I was doing much needed shopping today when my stomach was hurting and then I couldn't remember when I last ate. 

I happened to be by White Castle so I quickly pulled in the drive through and ordered a jalapeno cheeseburger.  I pretty much crammed it all in at once.  (insert jokes here).  Now I'll probably suffer from additional heart disease.

 
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« Reply #4856 on: January 03, 2016, 06:43:04 pm »
Only one ???
I thought they came by the bag ...LOL
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Re: Nutrition, Wumpette Style
« Reply #4857 on: January 03, 2016, 07:45:42 pm »
Starting the new year off correctly.
I used my "new" kitchen (the one I got by moving in with my boyfriend) to cook up a  big ol' ham, a soup pot full of black-eyed peas and a mess of collard greens. I'm expecting to be healthy and wealthy this year!
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« Reply #4858 on: January 04, 2016, 09:00:32 am »
Only one ???
I thought they came by the bag ...LOL

Goodness gracious, I'm fortunate that I only had 1.  I forgot the after effects of those damn things.  Even yet this morning.  :)
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« Reply #4860 on: March 16, 2016, 03:35:08 pm »
Well my dear people,

I just want you to know Mr. Wumpette had nutrition Heidi style yesterday, and enjoyed his first Greek Gyro, yes...I was surprised my damnself that he had never eaten Greek. We had so much fun talking about random stuff, things that brought us to the forum...the fact that he likes to use "OK" a lot to respond to private texts, many laughs were shared a virtual friendship blossomed into physical friendship!

To say that that will be the last of our dining pleasure..."clutch the pearls!" Miss P.

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Re: Nutrition, Wumpette Style
« Reply #4861 on: March 17, 2016, 09:28:12 am »
Now THAT sounds like a recipe for a good time......LOL
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Re: Nutrition, Wumpette Style
« Reply #4862 on: April 26, 2016, 05:35:24 am »
one of my favorite neighborhoods in atlanta is called cabbagetown. shotgun shacks built as mill housing for the fulton cotton mill, the area has become hipster and trendy. long abandoned, the mill is now loft condos.

mere steps away, through the krog tunnel, under the railroad tracks, past the graffiti, is the krog street market.

and here my foodie quest for the season was rewarded (and appropriately named)

at the cockentrice... yes, you read right. it even feels good to say... cockentrice

surprisingly, cock was not on the menu (i asked)

a farm to table, organic free range everything, hand raised and ethically killed... it was all too pretentious for this old hippie... my sandals were victim to some fierce side eye by men with rugged lumbersexual beards and skinny jeans.

i silently suffered their disapproving gaze, i held fast, i was on a holy mission from god, for ramps

my lunch

fried quail on a bed of spring ramps and vegetables, trotter bacon with apple gastrique and cornbread croutons... paired with a locally craft brewed eventide ipa



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« Reply #4863 on: April 26, 2016, 08:14:32 am »
That looks yummy !
Did you eat half the chicken before you took the picture ?
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« Reply #4864 on: April 26, 2016, 12:12:06 pm »
nah, that was a half quail... pretty meager bird... but half a gamecock is better than no cock at all

the bacon though, it was awesome... from the spotted trotter charcuterie shop, the coolest butcher in atlanta

all in all, the place was just ostentatious enough

hope it would meet MsP's approval, i'm gonna make it thing, a city walk to find ramps every spring

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« Reply #4865 on: April 27, 2016, 08:21:13 am »
Zach... You would have made Miss P proud with that find.
I have never had wild ramps but I walk through the woods with my dogs and will start looking for them.  The meal had my mouth watering .
I still would have asked for the other half of my little chicken...lol
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« Reply #4866 on: April 27, 2016, 11:43:57 am »
Are ramps the same as wild onions?  I guess we keep it too simple in these parts.   :)
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« Reply #4867 on: April 27, 2016, 11:47:29 am »
They have flat slender leaves , so they maybe the same.
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« Reply #4868 on: April 27, 2016, 11:52:19 am »
yeah, wild onions, leeks, ramps.. same same. maybe some regional differences

to me it was always kind of a hillbilly thing... i'm not really sure when the foodies adopted them as cuisine

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« Reply #4869 on: April 27, 2016, 11:55:47 am »
They have flat slender leaves , so they maybe the same.

I took a moment to "google" and discovered that ramps are what we call wild onions.  My grandma had an area on the riverbank that had massive amounts of them and she cooked with them.  I thought she was just cheap and now I discover she was a gourmet chef.
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« Reply #4870 on: April 27, 2016, 11:58:48 am »
yeah, wild onions, leeks, ramps.. same same. maybe some regional differences

to me it was always kind of a hillbilly thing... i'm not really sure when the foodies adopted them as cuisine

I assumed it was a hilljack thing also.  Thinking it's time we cultivate the family farm into an upscale leeky farm.
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« Reply #4871 on: April 27, 2016, 12:05:17 pm »
Learn something new everyday .
I'm going to look for some I love leek/onions.
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« Reply #4872 on: April 27, 2016, 12:28:32 pm »
yeah, wild onions, leeks, ramps.. same same. maybe some regional differences

to me it was always kind of a hillbilly thing... i'm not really sure when the foodies adopted them as cuisine

Same time they adopted flank steak , skirt steak, chuck roast and ox tail
Its a shame really...
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« Reply #4873 on: April 27, 2016, 05:09:42 pm »
Been so long since I posted photos here that I hope I did it correctly.  This week's meal is my mayo based pea and pasta meal.  Topped with cheese and 2 tsp of sour cream...yum yum.

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« Reply #4874 on: August 09, 2016, 10:47:09 am »
I don't know about anyone else but I have been off the grill almost the entire
summer.  Also lots fish / shellfish and fresh corn on the cob...yum  :)
Happy summer it will be gone before you know it  :o
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« Reply #4875 on: August 09, 2016, 02:47:46 pm »
I don't know about anyone else but I have been off the grill almost the entire summer.
my poor boyfriend didn't know what he was getting into when I moved in 8 months ago. My last late partner and I had a great pool (26ft above-ground) and a huge grill (dual burners on the side). I got used to grilling out nearly every meal, which was easier than you think since that partner was addicted to hamburgers, hotdogs and grilled chicken.

Now with the new partner, I got us set up with a 15ft above ground and a grill big enough to grill a dozen burgers. This summer I learned how great turkey burgers are although I had never eaten one before. The only sad grilling issue is that since I "might" be allergic to pineapple my shish kabobs just don't seem to be as good. :( (I've been through a battery of tests that show nothing; but after having three "incidents" and being rushed to the hospital once, I'm not tempting fate)

We had a good friend die of AIDS/cancer earlier this spring and I really miss his "food porn" on facebook. He used to post recipes of the yummiest looking stuff! I think a piece of our friend passed on to my partner though as he started posting the food porn now. LOL So I've been working through the best of the postings. The pizza cake (layers of crust, pepperoni, sauce and cheese) was pretty good; but the reuben casserole was more than delish! Next up is the orange creamsicle bundt cake later this week.  <droooool  :P >
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« Reply #4876 on: August 11, 2016, 12:17:34 pm »
We finally got a farmer's market in our area about 3 years ago.  It started out small and only offered a small variety.  It became successful so it's gotten bigger each year.  They're only open on Wednesdays.

I could not believe the variety of fresh fruits and vegetables they now offer.  And it was packed with people.  Being in the farming belt, I'm surprised this never happened before.  I used to drive about 10 miles to our nearest one.

My newest food addiction this year is a fruit medley salad with feta cheese.  Never thought of feta and fruits combined but it's most excellent with a low cal raspberry vinegarette dressing.
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« Reply #4877 on: August 13, 2016, 12:45:45 pm »
Been so long since I posted photos here that I hope I did it correctly.  This week's meal is my mayo based pea and pasta meal.  Topped with cheese and 2 tsp of sour cream...yum yum.



Dayum, that looks good! :)
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« Reply #4878 on: August 14, 2016, 07:37:07 am »
Dayum, that looks good! :)

Peas are one of my favorite veggies and I try to make dishes where I can utilize them. 
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« Reply #4879 on: September 21, 2016, 02:03:01 am »
Had a buddy call me this morning asking if I wanted some peppers.  He brought over a huge box full.  Many different varities that I'll cute and freeze in small baggies.

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« Reply #4880 on: September 21, 2016, 02:43:35 am »
thank you wolfie, i love seeing this thread pop back up

i went camping last weekend, had to get away from the shit for a couple days

just a short jaunt (about a mile) around the corner from my tent, i found the trendiest little market/rotted log

farm to table?! puhleese ... philly ain't got shit on this localvore, i forage for my gourmet fungi... found this log covered in chicken of the wood, also pretty sure i found chanterelles but without an ID book i wasn't sure so i didn't pick those

took some back to camp, sauteed it with olive oil, dehydrated snow peas, and onions

it paired well with fresh caught rainbow trout and a sweetwater IPA

chicken of the wood... it really does taste like chicken, same consistency too... kinda like tofu though, it'll take the taste of whatever you cook it with




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« Reply #4881 on: September 24, 2016, 08:32:18 am »
Whoo...I'm impressed, that sounds delicious. Fresh caught rainbow trout taboot  ;)
I really need to get one of those mushroom books , I have seen those chicken shrooms before and never thought of eating them.

Someone gave me fresh some eggplants the other day.  I made eggplant and tomato sauce with meatballs. I know... it sounds weird but it was delicious.
The whole thing was simple and fairly quick.

The sauce was just 2 large cans of whole plum tomatoes gushed by hand, a can of water, lots of garlic, onion , olive oil and 1 large eggplant cut in 1" cubes. Salt, pepper and basil. Simmer about 20-30 minutes.

Meatballs are 1 pound of meat ( combo beef and pork ) 1 egg, 1/2 cup each parm cheese , bread crumbs, minced onion, season with salt , pepper and parsley.
Mix by hand and roll into small balls.
Drop into simmering sauce raw a few at a time . Cook another 30 minutes
Serve over a wide flat pasta.  Good Fall supper last night   :)
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« Reply #4882 on: September 28, 2016, 02:44:32 am »
I wish I could show David a pic of the new White Castle veggie burger.  Coming at the end of the cycle that is.  A great concept but they failed. 

I worked this evening after having 2 of them and was constantly running to the toilet only to discover it was gas.......but hey, as they say; you can't trust a fart at our age.  :)
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« Reply #4883 on: October 10, 2016, 04:54:37 pm »
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« Reply #4885 on: May 04, 2019, 03:00:38 pm »
I did not feel like doing too much effort so made "Toad in the hole" for dinner tonight. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toad_in_the_hole

Mine came out okay to be honest:





My kids asked if it was real "toad"   ;D Just shows how spoilt they have been.  ::) So told them it was "Dolphin" and i just call it "Toad"  to keep Greenpeace happy
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« Reply #4886 on: August 24, 2019, 12:10:01 pm »
hello had set apart down at the most recent hour at the store this evening. I truly needed them, yet I decided on boneless skinless turkey bosom. A meat so tasteless I generally need to locate some fiery saucey approach to eat it. Also, I won't significantly trouble until Tuesday.

 


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