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Please let us know how they turned out.

I wouldn't have thought curry and apple together. Needed the googled visual for this one... they do look tasty!
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I have a couple of other recipes that use apple with curry. One is this one which is smashingly delicious

http://www.food.com/recipe/sweet-cur...sserole-171217


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Mind sharing the make and model of the camera you used for your soup and taco pics? I'm guessing a professional grade dslr of sorts but just curious.
Olympus OMD 10 Mk II. It's based on the Micro Four Thirds
Standard, so a smallish sensor, so not so popular with pros, but perfect for posting here or instagram (plus I love the smallish form factor). The straight down shots are with a Panasonic 20mm (40mm equivalent) f/1.7 lens. Most of the rest with an Olympus 25mm (50 equiv) f/1.8. Although I recently got a Mitakon 25mm f/0.95 and may have been over doing it.



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Mine is only a few months old I've not had any issues yet. It is a Sansaire, is that what brand you have? Before that I had the crock pot style Sous Vide that I paid a fortune for several years ago. I recently sold my old marital home (6K sf) and downsized by about half and lost my bulter's pantry/kitchen so I gifted my seldom used large appliances. I hope you get yours back in action soon!
It's a Joule by Chef Steps it's small (we downsized happily) and relatively inexpensive. The factory reset got us cooking.



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Olympus OMD 10 Mk II. It's based on the Micro Four Thirds
Standard, so a smallish sensor, so not so popular with pros, but perfect for posting here or instagram (plus I love the smallish form factor). The straight down shots are with a Panasonic 20mm (40mm equivalent) f/1.7 lens. Most of the rest with an Olympus 25mm (50 equiv) f/1.8. Although I recently got a Mitakon 25mm f/0.95 and may have been over doing it.
Wow. Had no idea you could get that kind of image quality outta a 4/3 sensor.
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I have a couple of other recipes that use apple with curry. One is this one which is smashingly delicious

Sweet Curry Chickpea Casserole Recipe - Food.com
Cheers... I'm going to try this one!

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Swedish meatballs with noodles. The portobello mushrooms were excellent!

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Mrs P successfully reset the sous Vide cooker. Soy, ginger, lime pork tenderloin with bok choi and soba.




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The pitas were VERY good! My husband wasn't as impressed as I was because of the apple. We didn't have any yogurt so used Ranch dressing, and also added lettuce. I will definitely make them again - great thing for leftover turkey. And from start to table took about ten minutes.

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Oh check this out! I bought one for my boss and had to get one for myself too. It's a bottle of wine dipped in chocolate.
Can't go wrong with that!


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@CharlieParker - the pork tenderloin not only looks good but those flavors sound really good. What do you have your eye on next?

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This thread makes me want to go home and cook!
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@CharlieParker - the pork tenderloin not only looks good but those flavors sound really good. What do you have your eye on next?
I forgot to mention there was lemongrass in there too, it was so tasty and so tender.

I really want to try beef short ribs next. But it may be a while.

We still have to come up with a Christmas Eve menu. It's just us two and we are not doing what we've done the past couple of years, suggestions?



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I forgot to mention there was lemongrass in there too, it was so tasty and so tender.

I really want to try beef short ribs next. But it may be a while.

We still have to come up with a Christmas Eve menu. It's just us two and we are not doing what we've done the past couple of years, suggestions?
How about salmon with crispy skin, small bowl of roast potatoes (so that a small can be used), something green.

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Just a brag post. This Monday we had 8 people plus 4 of us over for a formal sit down dinner. The guests were two families from work, both from my birth country.

Wife cooked s Middle Eastern lamb stew, and my older daughter cooked three main dishes, one from the motherland and two Italian. She also cooked four desserts.

It took 2 days to cook everything (the house has two full kitchens) but at the end I was blown away by the quality. I washed dishes and pots, and the younger daughter kept the cat and ran the Keurig machine.

Several recipes were devilishly complicated but DD absolutely nailed them. Definitely a proud dad moment. MacBook Pro in one side, precision scales, top notch ingredients... The works.

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