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I made dough earlier today pizzas tonight. 1. Home grown sweet and hot peppers, sweet onions, andouille and mozzarella  2. Pancetta, trumpet mushrooms, olives and cheddar  3. Alden's pesto mo

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On 5/14/2020 at 10:15 PM, Voltron said:

Last night we made pizza with mozzarella, parmesan, scallion, garlic hot peppers, pancetta and egg.



Pizza looks good Al (so did the punjabi beans). What did you do for the crust? Any particular recipe? I know this was back in May...

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Another reverse seared Ribeye, this time with homemade creamed spinach. Pulled out the steak at 110 degrees and did a quick sear. Plus I feel like I'm at a steakhouse with the bucket of creamed spinach I made. Fantastic.



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Just made crepes for lunch. The batter was a little too thick. The Irish cream liqueur sits inches away, so I thought hmmm.

Best crepes ever!

Is this stuff considered a gateway drug?

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What if you had Irish cream tea and crepes at the same time?! All heck might break loose! :frantic:

I have not been sleeping normally and keep waking up at 3-5am. Today I gave up at 6:30am and went to the local bakery/farm/pumpkin patch for pastry and a few other items. I had a sweet cream cheese croissant about 7:30am while watching the sunrise on a bay of Lake Michigan. I also bought a plain croissant so I made second break later in the morning with cheesy eggs and bacon in what Burger King called a croissanwich. I could easily live up here about 8 months of the year...





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Not actually cooking, but making tuna salad. I like my tuna salad loaded. Red Bell Pepper, Onion, Heirloom Tomatoes, Pickles, but not just any pickles will do, Kalamata Olives, Crumbled Bacon, Albacore Tuna and Ciabatta Buns.

When I'm ready to serve I slice some Avocado, then add some French Fried Onions. 






Yes, I'll be cleaning my countertops! 

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