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Things to come. We are excited.






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Fist sous vide effort is a win, even if the photo is bit sketchy.




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Fist sous vide effort is a win, even if the photo is bit sketchy.

Very nice! I had to look that up; I've never heard of it before. Interesting method

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I had to look it up too. Interesting!

Poached eggs next?

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(Earlier this week)
Salmon with couscous and green beans.

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Snow day pasta Bolognese. We did roast the pumpkin but the ravioli will have to wait until tomorrow.




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I guess I could have taken a pic of the DiGiorno white pizza and salad my fiance and I had for dinner tonight, but um...yea no.

We were lazy tonight, and decided to indulge while watching the movie, The Martian lol
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Snow day pasta Bolognese. We did roast the pumpkin but the ravioli will have to wait until tomorrow.

Looks great! Do you make your own pasta? I've been wanting to try that.

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Good question.

I've made noodles before but not on my own. I don't have the touch it takes. I can work flour for baozi and jaozi. I suck at noodles.


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Looks great! Do you make your own pasta? I've been wanting to try that.
Thanks. We made pasta once, that was enough. The mess was far too great for the payoff. Ok, not yesterday but generally try to use artisanal (I word I mustn't say in public) pastas.



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I have that Sous Vide also! I love it, and quickly firgured out just how versatile it is. Now I mainly use it to make MJ edibles so I call it a Sous Weed, lol.
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I ate some of my dinner last night before remembering to take a picture.

Filet mignon with cheesy spatzle.

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I am going to try it sometime with lentils.


Me too, jld [lentil shepherd's pie]



For the last two nights, I've had microwaved sweet potatoes, with peanut butter mashed into them. It's SO good.





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Peanut Butter Sweet Potato - Vegan, High Protein Snack
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I am sure that is delicious!

One of the deepest feminine pleasures is when a man stands full, present, and unreactive in the midst of his woman's emotional storms. When he stays present with her, and loves her through the layers of wildness and closure, then she feels his trustability, and she can relax. -- David Deida, The Way of the Superior Man
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