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post #31 of 101 Old 11-14-2012, 08:52 PM
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Cranberry porkchops, cornbread dressing, baked sweet potatoes and a salad. Perfect for the cold!
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post #32 of 101 Old 11-14-2012, 08:59 PM
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Very much my dads style of cooking, take everything out of the fridge to make a stew of some sorts!
And we have pretty much reached the limits of my German speaking..haha, funny how it is food related ;)

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post #34 of 101 Old 11-15-2012, 12:32 AM
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LOL, just had to ask you live in Northern NV and cooking with Quinces!
That's a new one on me. I didn't know Basque cooking used quinces. I've only eaten in the local Basque restaurants a few times (not much on eating out). Maybe I'll have to look up a Basque cookbook.

The quinces are just a side effect of my gardening. I like growing different/exotic things, and a quince tree was one. Didn't get our normal late frost this spring, so all the fruit trees had bumper crops - I was giving away pounds of cherries & peaches, and had so many apples & pears that I was taking wheelbarrow loads of less-than-perfect ones to the compost pile - and that's after giving bags full of good ones to all the friends & neighbors with horses.

And I've picked maybe 10 lbs of pine nuts too.
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I want a bag of pine nuts and a wheelbarrow full of less than perfect apples and pears!
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That's a new one on me. I didn't know Basque cooking used quinces. I've only eaten in the local Basque restaurants a few times (not much on eating out). Maybe I'll have to look up a Basque cookbook.

The quinces are just a side effect of my gardening. I like growing different/exotic things, and a quince tree was one. Didn't get our normal late frost this spring, so all the fruit trees had bumper crops - I was giving away pounds of cherries & peaches, and had so many apples & pears that I was taking wheelbarrow loads of less-than-perfect ones to the compost pile - and that's after giving bags full of good ones to all the friends & neighbors with horses.

And I've picked maybe 10 lbs of pine nuts too.
You definitely have to make pesto!!!!
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Last night was prime rib, baked potato and spinach. Tonight will be a grilled cheese (fresh moz cheese, pesto sauce and tomato) and soup.

By the way, this thread is making me very hungry.

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You definitely have to make pesto!!!!
But after losing it to late frosts several years in a row, I didn't plant any basil this year
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post #39 of 101 Old 11-15-2012, 11:47 PM
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I want a bag of pine nuts and a wheelbarrow full of less than perfect apples and pears!
Well, if you head down this way, I'll supply the apples (pears are pretty well gone) and show you where the pine nut trees are. It's actually not a bad trail ride - never ridden it myself (Ellie stays at my friends' place some distance in the other direction), but people do endurance rides around there, basing out of Washoe Lake park.
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post #40 of 101 Old 11-16-2012, 12:28 AM
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(Ellie stays at my friends' place some distance in the other direction)
I always get a little weirded out when I see my name in reference to someone else, haha. I saw this and was like, "Wait, what? I'm staying at whose place now?". It took me a moment to realise.


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