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Dec 10, 2017 14:18 |  #571

From a secret family recipe...

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Dec 17, 2017 14:40 |  #572

OK, two recent things I managed to shoot without any styling; home made 6-egg noodles and panforte di Sienna aka Sienna cake :) Both delicious


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Dec 17, 2017 15:08 |  #573

itsallart wrote in post #18520276 (external link)
OK, two recent things I managed to shoot without any styling; home made 6-egg noodles and panforte di Sienna aka Sienna cake :) Bot delicious
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Nice looking KitchenAid Renata and I'm glad your bot thinks these are delicious too. :lol:


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Dec 17, 2017 15:37 |  #574

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Nice looking KitchenAid Renata and I'm glad your bot thinks these are delicious too. :lol:

Hahaha, Gene. My bot must have lost some marbles in the process :)


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Dec 17, 2017 22:10 |  #575

Again, no time for pretty styling; I was exhausted and my kid kept snatching things away from the plate like crazy.
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Dec 25, 2017 17:15 |  #576

OK, again no time for styling at all, my family was grabbing the food as fast as they could.
Here is a delicious prime filet mignon seared in a cast iron skillet and finished in the oven...medium rare, perfect. Served with butter and some fresh horse radish and some sauce Bernaise for those who are not crazy about horse radish.


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Dec 25, 2017 18:11 |  #577

Question...not photo related...
When you sear in cast iron on the stovetop...How do you not smoke out the house? Every single time cook like that, smokes out the house. And it's not burned...


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Dec 25, 2017 18:17 |  #578

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Question...not photo related...
When you sear in cast iron on the stovetop...How do you not smoke out the house? Every single time cook like that, smokes out the house. And it's not burned...

I used to smoke the heck out of the house when I was searing my steaks in a very hot skillet.
Now, I never do. The trick is to sear it on medium heat. First my cast iron skillet is medium hot and dry, no fat. I heat it up but not on a high flame, medium only so that a mixture of olive oil and butter doesn't burn. I preheat the dry skillet for 5-7 minutes and add the fat just before adding the meat. This cools off the skillet but not too much. I also have my exhaust fan running but not on the highest speed. Sear each side for a minute or 1.5, gently sear the sides for a few seconds and off to the oven at 400F in the same skillet. No smoke at all or barely any. After 6-7 minutes in the oven I take it out and loosely cover the meat with a piece of aluminum foil and let it sit for 5 minutes on a counter and it's perfect...medium rare!
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Dec 29, 2017 11:38 |  #579

Cooked this lovely veal and chicken terrine with marinated green peppercorns and dried apricots...delish!
No time for styling, just pressed the shutter button :)


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Dec 29, 2017 12:42 |  #580

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Cooked this lovely veal and chicken terrine with marinated green peppercorns and dried apricots...delish!
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Well, it looks like your terrine is wrapped in bacon so it must be delicious indeed! ;-)a


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Dec 29, 2017 12:44 |  #581

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Well, it looks like your terrine is wrapped in bacon so it must be delicious indeed! ;-)a

Hahaha and thanks, Gene.


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Jan 02, 2018 13:07 |  #582

Not work just a meal. I love the InstaPot for Pulled Pork and then Blackeye Pea with Spinach and Tomatoes for good luck in the New Year.


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Jan 02, 2018 22:41 |  #583

Soto ayam, a delicious Javanese soup that I cook on cold days. Cellphone shot... pretty aweful ☹️


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Jan 03, 2018 22:47 as a reply to  @ itsallart's post |  #584

Man, that looks really good....


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Jan 03, 2018 22:55 |  #585

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Man, that looks really good....

Thank you...it was great! One of my favorite cuisines :)


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