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  • Re: I love you all.

    My SWMBO has a love/hate relationship with me and this site. She loves the food I cook from the Egg, and hates that I take pictures to share here. I'm no great chef. I'm an OK cook. I learned bunches here and want to share what knowledge I have with others. I love y'all here too. Y'all are brothers and sisters to me. 
  • Re: Fresh Walleye

    Oh my. I love Lake Erie walleye. The meat is so sweet tasting and flaky. So good. 
  • Roasted Carrot Soup

    Made this soup tonight and it was so good I wanted to share even though nothing was Egg cooked. We were gifted like 6 pounds of garden grown carrots so I had to do something with them. I didn't really like these carrots raw but when roasted they really shine. The fresh ginger really makes this soup pop. But don't overdo it. I used the micro grader to get it minced well. And it didn't take an hour to roast these cause I cut them in smaller chunks. And I didn't simmer for 45 minutes after the roast either. Put the whole pot in the Vitamix for a spin and it was smooth and thick. Good recipe. Will do again for sure. 
    http://www.finecooking.com/recipe/roasted-carrot-soup
  • Re: Need Appetizer Ideas

    You've got the heavy fatty rich foods covered. I'd go with something lighter and brighter to offset it. Something with a vinegar or lemon or lime juice vinegrette like a slaw roasted root veggies. Those are sides so doesn't really cover what your asking for. For an app you could grill all the ingredients in a Salsa and then food processor or blend them for a grilled Salsa with blue corn chips. 
  • Re: Best non-electric lighting method

    I use a weed burner. No electric needed. 
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