Chops is a trusted home cook.
One last hurrah for Beef Stew!
Short ribs. And bolognese. One last hurrah before I want everything grilled.
Anything to use up dried beans on my shelf. All that simmering- great for winter, but too hot the rest of the year.
Sam is a trusted home cook.
Nothing, I'm ready for fresh local veggies. Maybe in April when Lamb goes on sale, I'll make a tagine with the preserved lemons I made last month.
If we have another cold snap here; I might do a french onion soup. But I'm very tried of stews and pot roasts at the moment.
That makes me think.... I'm planning to do a good, old-fashioned "boiled dinner" on Saturday night (corned beef and cabbage of course) but its supposed to be very unseasonably warm (in the 70s in Chicago in March!). I bet I won't feel like eating or making such a cozy meal ... We might be having corned beef sandwiches and some nice coleslaw and potato salad instead...!
Lisanne is a trusted home cook.
I made some bean chili with Joseph's Cattle beans 2 nights ago. Probably will make a fat "American" lasagna tomorrow.
Split pea soup w/the remnants of the country ham I served for Boxing Day Brunch. The ham isn't going to last forever....
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