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Thursday, 20 January 2011



boy that sounds good, I didn't do much cooking this week, it was a short week because Satoshi was off for 2 days and we ate out a lot :)


The Mister made me basted eggs yesterday-first time basting and turned out very nice. He sauteed some mushrooms and tossed spinach with it along with some sesame seeds. Whole grain toast and it was breakfast. I'm going to work with some of the spices we bought at Penzey's the other day.


Still haven't had a chance to try this at Aria Kirk. Looks much more stewy than Indian aloo gobi. Looks great!


Hi Kat - Actually, that sounds like more fun than stirring cauliflower! ;o)

Hi Cathy - Sounds yummy!

Hi Dennis - This came out pretty well, and was much more substantial than what Aria makes.


It can be really fun to cook that way, but only if the dish turns out well. you are so good to remember the amounts of ingredients. I always forget by the time I'm done =)

Pam from Santee

I've been working my way through _Japanese Hot Pots_. Last night I made Gyu Nabe, and our favorite so far is Tori Mizutaki.


Hi Lynnea - That's something I've gotta force myself to do.... especially when I'm making something I've never made before..... If I don't, and it turns out good, I won't remember how I made it; and it would be a "one and done" dish.

Hi Pam - Sounds delicious! I love a good chicken stew!

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