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    Took me 33 years, but I finally tried it.

    Didn't hate it. Growing up in the US I can't think of anything close to it.

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    I have never made pastry before. Mrs. K is so good at it, it just didn't make sense. However, we also have a standing agreement that the one who picks a new recipe makes it. So, here we have a Tuscan brunch torta. It is filled with ham,eggs, spinach, red peppers and basil. Cheese is exceedingly wel represented with homemade ricotta andcottage cheese, plus my own parmesan and some store bought provolone. The short crust was pretty easy and turned out tender, flaky and light.

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    Solve all your doubts through question mode.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry Krinkle View Post
    I have never made pastry before. Mrs. K is so good at it, it just didn't make sense. However, we also have a standing agreement that the one who picks a new recipe makes it. So, here we have a Tuscan brunch torta. It is filled with ham,eggs, spinach, red peppers and basil. Cheese is exceedingly wel represented with homemade ricotta andcottage cheese, plus my own parmesan and some store bought provolone. The short crust was pretty easy and turned out tender, flaky.
    Iíve been really into making quiches lately. So many possibilities. Donít know if you saw but you were being paged at the old site a few days ago with questions about an older Rado.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Col Angus View Post
    I’ve been really into making quiches lately. So many possibilities. Don’t know if you saw but you were being paged at the old site a few days ago with questions about an older Rado.


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    I did see that one over there, but thanks anyway.

    Quiches are good. Mrs. K makes them frequently.
    Solve all your doubts through question mode.

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    It's fuyu persimmon season again, chez skywatch. Groucho approves.

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    Too many watches, not enough wrists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skywatch View Post
    It's fuyu persimmon season again, chez skywatch. Groucho approves.

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    Um, thatís looks a little dirty.


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    Quote Originally Posted by litlmn View Post
    Um, that’s looks a little dirty.
    I'll let your mind go wherever it wants. Not my job!
    Too many watches, not enough wrists.

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    I miss cooking so badly! I've been in hotels for over a month. Moving to a flat today, psyched to cook even a sandwich! Weird, but true.
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    My wife's 65th birthday today. Of course, this year is a weird one for any celebration. I didn't want anything for mine back in August. She told me what she wanted: to go to our favorite quiet beach (45 minutes over the mountains); Guinness chocolate cake (Nigella Lawson recipe); and Daeji bulgogi (Korean marinated pork). I made japchae and kimchee from scratch and we picked up the raw marinated pork blend from a Korean restaurant that's doing take-out cook-at-home during the pandemic. It turned out rather wonderful, and to benefit, when we had a picnic at the beach (in the cold northern California coastal fog) a raven came to visit us. I gave her a little treat and she hung around a bit, quite friendly. I have a soft spot for corvids.

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    Too many watches, not enough wrists.

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