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      06-28-2011 04:43 PM #1
      So I also would like to create a thread dedicated to what I cook, feel free to ask any questions or post opinions regarding recipes etc.

      Last night for dinner was a Butterflied Leg of Lamb done on the BBQ, I also made foil pack BBQ potatoes.

      Marinate for the Lamb was

      (Grown in my backyard) - Chervil, Thyme, Rosemary. also in addition, olive oil, generous amount of salt, pepper and olive oil, slather and allow to bathe for about 2 hours, then bring to room temp before grilling


      Pictures for the masses



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      Lunch today was simple -

      Homemade Italian Wedding Soup


      Boiled Yukon Golds with Hawaiian Black & Red Sea Salt.


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      06-28-2011 10:00 PM #2
      dinner tonight was shish kebabs over Spanish rice kebabs were made with

      lamb
      chicken
      portobellas
      white mushrooms
      vidalia onions
      grape tomatoes
      and green peppers

      enjoy the pics!



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      06-29-2011 10:59 PM #3
      yet another day of BBQing I love the summer, I pretty much cook religously on my grill.

      Tonight was Grilled Sea Bass, Grilled Shrimp, Grilled Corn, and new orleans style dirty rice with black beans


      enjoy the pictures and if you want recipes, feel free to comment or PM me.






















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      06-30-2011 09:29 AM #4
      breakfast this morning was Brooklyn bagels (everything bagels of course) with Lox, Cream Cheese and vidalia onions. served with a couple pieces of Russian salamis (various ends)


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      06-30-2011 05:36 PM #5
      WOW food looks amazing man! I need to come eat at your house!
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      06-30-2011 05:49 PM #6
      Everything looks good.

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      06-30-2011 10:56 PM #7
      Like everything, but the meat on the first post is a little too rare for me.

      I love the bagels and lox idea. I miss NYC bagels.
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      07-01-2011 09:23 PM #8
      Quote Originally Posted by v-dubIV View Post
      WOW food looks amazing man! I need to come eat at your house!
      lol anytime your in Brooklyn, hit me up! you bring the beer, i'll do the grilling!


      Quote Originally Posted by Ryan D View Post
      Everything looks good.
      Thanks!

      Quote Originally Posted by CosmicTDI View Post
      Like everything, but the meat on the first post is a little too rare for me.

      I love the bagels and lox idea. I miss NYC bagels.

      heh, i love my meat rare, id eat it raw if it were plausible,

      todays dinner was if you saw from an earlier thread i created, Burritos!

      i took the left over leg of lamb (yes the super rare stuff) and chicken marinated it in Badilla Mojo,

      made my own salsa verde,

      took guac, sour cream, my left over new orleans dirty rice, added a can of black beans, got some 4 cheese mexican blend cheese, and Mission whole wheat wraps, (honestly they tasted great, cant even tell they are whole wheat other than the color)

      and here is the outcome

      enjoy the pics and as usual any and all comments/suggestions or questions are appreciated!





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      07-03-2011 01:55 PM #9
      So this morning I got the itch for some grilled burgers, but no ordinary burger will do..


      follow the pictures








      Seasoned with Worchester, Sea Salt, Fresh black pepper and.... a couple of teaspoonfuls of left over bacon grease (made bacon this morning)





      Formed into patties, put on a cookie sheet, the whole thing will now go in the freezer to set up until dinner






      oh and my wife got hungry for lunch so I made her a Roast beef "Caprese" sandwich. Ingredients as follows


      Dietz & Watson London Broil
      Belaggio Provolone Cheese
      Basil
      on the vine tomatoes






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      07-04-2011 03:36 PM #10
      not sure what I want to make tonight.... any suggestions? I'm all BBQ'ed out and its damn hot outside too... maybe we'll just get some takeout

      come on people inspire me!

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      07-04-2011 04:17 PM #11
      Ceviche... no cooking involved.
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      07-11-2011 11:13 PM #12
      Picked up some rib eyes tonight, marinated them in a touch of soy, cooking wine, salt, pepper, olive oil and a few other spices. also made some Parmesan mashed potatoes and some mixed veggies with butter and salt.

      enjoy the pics




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      07-12-2011 07:50 PM #13
      Quote Originally Posted by CosmicTDI View Post
      Ceviche... no cooking involved.
      Ceviche sounds so good right now. I'm totally going to try and convince the girlfriend into some for dinner.

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      07-13-2011 03:56 AM #14
      Quote Originally Posted by dieselraver View Post

      Belaggio Provolone Cheese

      Belaggio or BelGioioso?
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      07-13-2011 06:47 AM #15
      Quote Originally Posted by patrikman View Post
      Belaggio or BelGioioso?

      lol i have vegas on my mind BelGioioso Cheese

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      07-16-2011 07:14 AM #16
      made some grilled chicken last night, along with grilled zucchini and some salad, it was healthy and delicous!





      the other day I made more of my home ground steak burgers and some hebrew national hotdogs, yummy!



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      07-19-2011 09:41 PM #17
      Tonight was a Chinese Comfort food night

      Chicken with tomato and scrambled egg (its pretty popular in chinese restaurants) over rice



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      07-20-2011 12:30 AM #18
      Winning thread, keep up the great work! Love to see culinary interest and pictures on vortex!

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      07-20-2011 03:28 AM #19
      Quote Originally Posted by dieselraver View Post
      lol i have vegas on my mind BelGioioso Cheese
      What did you think? I buy their fresh mozzarella and it is absolutely killer. BTW, they make their cheese a few miles from here.
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      07-21-2011 06:58 AM #20
      Quote Originally Posted by patrikman View Post
      What did you think? I buy their fresh mozzarella and it is absolutely killer. BTW, they make their cheese a few miles from here.

      pretty damn good! but the one we get is the deli sliced stuff.




      Last night was Taco night!


      tacos include....


      Ground Rib eye (yes i know!! but it was for burgers not tacos)
      lettuce/tomato
      home made guacamole (avocados, lime and salt)
      sour cream, 4 blend cheese (mexican)
      mild salsa

      enjoy the picture!!!


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      07-22-2011 09:21 PM #21
      so the wife was off today and so was I, we planned on hitting the beach in the morning, the mall in the afternoon (kids needed clothes and she had $80.00 in gap rewards to spend) and then we were to grab some lunch.

      well it turns out that we never made it to the beach mainly because of the raw sewage scare, so we hit up two malls and went to this place called Houstons by Roosevelt Field Mall in Garden City/Westbury New York for lunch.

      The main reason for wanting to visit the beach








      My wife decided on a Tuna Sashmi Salad, while I had the French Dip Au Jus.... the shoestring fries were insanely good and my daughter had chicken fingers with Parmesan broccoli.

      enjoy the pictures!










      The bill was about $95.00...... yeah it was a bit pricey but so worth it!



      oh and my wife did some damage at the GAP.

      this is the actual receipt we got... i kid you not its about 3-4 feet long




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      07-23-2011 07:42 PM #22
      Quote Originally Posted by dieselraver View Post

      French dip looks great. Haven't had one of those in forever...
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      07-23-2011 09:56 PM #23
      tonight i decided to make an entire chicken, roasted on my BBQ, the chicken was rubbed with crushed garlic, olive oil, paprika, some adobo seasoning and a few other spices, pepper salt etc

      enjoy!





      I like my skin super crispy, even slightly burnt for that nice BBQ charred taste












      served up with spanish style rice and mixed veggies





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      everytime i check this thread i leave salavating
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      07-25-2011 07:47 AM #25
      Today was a healthly breakfast burrito. It came in at less than 200 calories!! Not too shabby :-) add the 6 grams of fiber and about 45 grams of protein as well as a decent amount of calcium and it's a pretty well rounded breakfast! Enjoy the picture!


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      07-26-2011 07:50 AM #26
      So today I made blueberry pancakes, I did some grilled salmon with a sour cream dill sauce but forgot to take pictures. Pancakes came out great although I personally do not eat them (my wife and daughter love them) best part is I wake up at 6:30 roll out of bed and make my way downstairs for about 6:36/6:40. Cook her and my daughter breakfast (usually leave it warming in the oven) and am out the door by 7:00am. Today I manage to make pancakes, pack her lunch and make myself a low fat egg substitute burrito. All within 20 minutes. And I didn't just make 2-4 I must have made about 10-14 of them :-) enjoy the pictures!



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      08-02-2011 07:04 AM #27
      so if you haven't already seen, my wife is a HUGE fan of chicken, its chicken this, chicken that.... i get a bit sick of it after awhile so i always try to find new ways to make chicken, this time I marinated it a bit different, used some soy, adobo seasoning, garlic powder, and a few other things in my arsenal and roasted the whole damn thing on the BBQ again, (its really not hard, and much easier than running an oven in your house with 92 degree weather)

      i also made creamed spinach enjoy!





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      08-02-2011 10:36 AM #28
      I love this thread. Great food and great looking pictures.

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      08-02-2011 01:36 PM #29
      Quote Originally Posted by LGBoogie19 View Post
      I love this thread. Great food and great looking pictures.
      X2

      Keep up the great work.

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      08-04-2011 11:46 AM #30
      Quote Originally Posted by Ryan D View Post
      X2

      Keep up the great work.
      Quote Originally Posted by LGBoogie19 View Post
      I love this thread. Great food and great looking pictures.

      thanks for the positive reviews!

      Last night made some pasta and homemade sauce, for the sauce i used some chicken, feta and spinach sausage, cooked in the sauce, then cut them up into chunks and threw em back into the sauce. pasta was one of those enriched white pastas, which is even better than a wholegrain pasta, lots of vitamins and fiber in a white pasta?! its a win-win! made a mixed baby greens salad, and used some of my own yellow heirloom tomatoes, cut in some israeli cucumbers and voila!


      Home grown Heirlooms delicious flavor!



      Salad.






      Strawberries were on sale at the supermarket so i went a little crazy, came home with 6 cartons my daughter loves these things


      Dinner is served




      My 4 month old son is transitioning to baby foods, so I make him homemade organic peas and we're good to go!
      Blanched, and then pureed





      Breakfast this morning was healthy, a half of a burrito, 2 strips of turkey bacon, and fat free cheddar.

      it may sound blah, but honestly ive gotten used to it and it tastes delicious, plus at about 200 calories, its worth it!

      half a wrap 110 k/cal
      1 serving of cheddar 45k/cal
      2 strips turkey bacon 30k/cal
      egg substitue 30k/cal
      grand total of 225k/cal




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      08-04-2011 02:09 PM #31
      we're on a roll today!


      Curried Chicken Salad. recipe available upon request!



    32. 08-04-2011 02:11 PM #32
      great thread. keep it up!

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      08-04-2011 05:31 PM #33
      dinner was going to be BBQ pizzas made from scratch, but I saw some good red snapper and couldn't pass it up.... didn't realize it wasnt scaled... man there are fish scales EVERYWHERE!







      this snapper is going right on the grill whole YUM!

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      08-04-2011 08:17 PM #34
      and here is dinner!






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      08-04-2011 09:06 PM #35
      MMMMM that fish looks good!

      i miss living in the islands and getting fresh sea food all the time
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