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Old 08-01-2020, 03:41 PM   #11
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Right now we are addicted to squash or zucchini balls (think meatballs - substituting meat for shredded squash or zucchini. We also add shredded mozzarella to the mix. We bake - do not fry.


Would love the recipe for Almond Flour shortcakes
The meatballs sound great. We will have to try!

For the shortcakes, mrs. brp says to just use whatever shortcake recipe you prefer and simply substitute almond flour for wheat flour.

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Have you ever tried stuffed cabbage? Same idea as stuffed peppers, but cabbage leaves rolled around the contents instead. Stuffed peppers were foreign to me growing up- it was always replaced with cabbage.
And we just bought some Napa cabbage. This would be great to try with the TVP.

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Old 08-01-2020, 04:07 PM   #12
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The meatballs sound great. We will have to try!

For the shortcakes, mrs. brp says to just use whatever shortcake recipe you prefer and simply substitute almond flour for wheat flour.



And we just bought some Napa cabbage. This would be great to try with the TVP.

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hmmm. I have never tried it with napa cabbage. I never thought about that...it has a lighter texture to regular green cabbage. If you try it, please provide updates.

I've been getting misfit boxes (organic produce that is too small or can't be sold in regular grocery stores)...so far it's fun to see what comes in the box (I've only had two shipments). It's forcing me to try new things.
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Old 08-01-2020, 04:38 PM   #13
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Nothing as innovative as you all but my new house came with a wooden box vege garden with a healthy rosemary plant. So I added some tomato, basil and cucumber plants. Had several cucumbers at first. Now they are rotting before they are ripe. I have been using the basil to make margarita flatbreads or naan pizzas. Made rosemary chicken. Not a big fan of rosemary though. Waiting for about a dozen green tomatoes to turn red. Will likely make Caprese salad.

Do the meal delivery kits off and on. I like them. They require no planning/thinking/shopping.

Have a new gas grill. Didn't have one in the last house for the 3 years we lived there so I have been enjoying using it a lot.

Found a french press pot at some store closing. Been making a ton of french press iced coffee for DDs. Then I put the coffee grounds in my hydrangea bush soil. We have several beautiful hydrangeas.

That stuffed cabbage sounds so good. Might have to make some. But will use ground beef or ground turkey. I have some ground chorizo that I will make spaghetti sauce with and I do use wheat noodles. Making that tomorrow.
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Old 08-01-2020, 06:08 PM   #14
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Have you ever tried stuffed cabbage? Same idea as stuffed peppers, but cabbage leaves rolled around the contents instead. Stuffed peppers were foreign to me growing up- it was always replaced with cabbage.
I make stuffed grape leaves. Ground lamb or hamburger, rice, all spice, salt and pepper. Look like little cigars then steam them in lemon juice and water. Also use the same filling for zucchini and summer squash.
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Here's a new one we made and I just finished a piece. It's a very low carb bread based on flax, vital wheat gluten and oat fiber. Absolutely yummy.

Recipe here:

https://madcreationshub.com/recipe/l...-bread-recipe/

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Have to stay as gluten free as possible. My favorite dish lately has been Shrimp linguine with GF noodles. Steamed shrimp (peeled), Olive oil, shallots, canned asparagus, garlic, S&P, stir fried all together. Pour over linguine. Yummmm!!
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Have to stay as gluten free as possible. My favorite dish lately has been Shrimp linguine with GF noodles. Steamed shrimp (peeled), Olive oil, shallots, canned asparagus, garlic, S&P, stir fried all together. Pour over linguine. Yummmm!!
Yeah, this is not gonna work for folks with celiac. For just about everyone else, though, this should be no problem.

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Had 2 tomatoes turn red so far....



Basil also from my garden.
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Old 08-11-2020, 10:34 PM   #19
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I was going to use the shutdown to take time to hone my bread baking, but the stress and constant re-designing the way things work in my professional life but the kibosh on that.

I subscribe to Milk Street, Chris Kimballís new endeavor after leaving Americaís Test Kitchen, and often find cool new recipes in there. This month, itís Kladkakken, a Swedish sticky chocolate cake. Super easy and quite tasty. Maybe a little too easy . . .

Jim cam home with a little basket of peaches as a thank you gift for taking a funeral. I need to figure out something to do with them before they go bad. They are big, and just about perfectly ripe so wonít be around more than a few days.

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I was going to use the shutdown to take time to hone my bread baking, but the stress and constant re-designing the way things work in my professional life but the kibosh on that.

I subscribe to Milk Street, Chris Kimballís new endeavor after leaving Americaís Test Kitchen, and often find cool new recipes in there. This month, itís Kladkakken, a Swedish sticky chocolate cake. Super easy and quite tasty. Maybe a little too easy . . .

Jim cam home with a little basket of peaches as a thank you gift for taking a funeral. I need to figure out something to do with them before they go bad. They are big, and just about perfectly ripe so wonít be around more than a few days.

Dirk
I really prefer to eat my fruit fresh. But... peach cobbler? With some homemade ice cream?
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