October : 2012
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Oikos Raspberry Pomegranate yogurt with passion fruit and strawberry
SO pretty and yummy too :-)
The house needed warming as it's a bit "cold"
and windy today.
So...cranked the oven up to 400F, hanged up chunks
of marinate pork butt,
and we have char siu!
Now...what to make...what to make...
So, a chunk of char siu was the perfect addition
to Cantonese chow mein, along with beef and shrimp.
Singapore Rice Noodles a/a Curry Rice noodles
with BBQ pork, beef, and assorted sweet peppers.
Also opened a can of "fried dace" - Chinese fast
The ones that we love had fermented soy beans
with the dace ( a fish),
but it was banned because of some contamination...
They always take away what we love!
Sent leftover turkey, ham, etc. home with the
Bill and I had some of the beef shortrib stew
I had made, just in case we needed extra food;-)
It was even better than usual after sitting for
Panko-crusted Halibut fillet, baked sweet potato, steamed green beans
and sliced tomato from my palette garden!
Greek Turkey Meatballs with Avgolemono sauce
over egg noodles and peas.
Lemony, creamy, moist.
The meatballs can also be made with a mix of
beef and pork.
Chinese rice noodles ( ho fun) stir-fried with
a splash of oyster sauce,
fresh soy bean sprouts with green onion and BBQ
Eaten with sweet chili sauce.
The plate is one of my Mom's set that we brought
over from China...1958 :-)
Sue-On's Chinese Medicine Show.
LOL! Hot 'n' Sour Soup: shitaki mushrooms, wood fungus, bamboo shoots,
BBQ pork, shrimp, hot chili paste, vinegar, chicken stock.,
soft tofu added just before serving.
Bill likes steamed rice mixed in with his.
Sesame seed pancakes - similar to scallion pancakes.
I got these at our newest Chinese grocery store.
Very easy to prepare - brown and crisp up on a non-stick pan.
Great for snacking ;-)
Re-hydrated Chinese (shitaki) mushrooms,
braised with oyster sauce, ginger, on wilted Romaine lettuce.
Deep fried "battered shrimp" with spicy BBQ sauce.
Stove-top grilled lamb chops with peas and tri-colour baby taters -
with lots of fresh mint sauce!
Licked the platter clean ;-)
Chili over spaghetti, cheddar hot sauce focaccia from Sobeys,
tomato from my palette garden.
and Sue-On Hillman Eclectic Studio