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I’vedecided to work on improving cooking of tofu. Made tofu stir fry tonight and came out wonderful. Tomorrow plan on making tofu Banh Mi sandwiches. Earlier this summer I canned several jars of picked daikon and carrots.

Since were eating tofu, for dessert made banana chocolate bread pudding with a brown sugar sauce.


I like using my air fryer for it.
I cook like 90% of my food in either the multi-function rice cooker or the air fryer.
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On Nov 29, 2018, imgic wrote:
I’vedecided to work on improving cooking of tofu. Made tofu stir fry tonight and came out wonderful. Tomorrow plan on making tofu Banh Mi sandwiches. Earlier this summer I canned several jars of picked daikon and carrots.

Since were eating tofu, for dessert made banana chocolate bread pudding with a brown sugar sauce.


I like using my air fryer for it.
I cook like 90% of my food in either the multi-function rice cooker or the air fryer.


I’ve seen those at the store but have read or heard how people like them. How are they results? What works in them? What doesn’t ?
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Potatoes, nuggets of all sorts, onion rings, ot's a pretty extensive list. Main tips are single layers and be careful not to overcook things that are cooked dry. It's essentially a convection oven.

Rice cooker I use the steam basket most often for steam buns or potatoes.
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Pork Blade Chops with carrots, corn, and green beans.
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My wife recently returned from a shopping trip with a book entitled Soups and Stews for Two, from America's Test Kitchen. She also discovered a couple of other ATK "for Two" books on the bookshelf.

This week, we've had Beef and Barley Soup (great!), Pasta with Creamy Tomato Sauce (pretty good), Spaghetti with Pecorino Romano and Black Pepper (OK, and probably better if we'd had all of the ingredients, and better still as a carbonara (with bacon or panchetta)), and Slow-Cooker Tomatillo Chili with Pork and Hominy (posole: great!).
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Food.
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Goat curry because we are cold tonight.
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Soul food.
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I took my first crack at Chicken Parm.
I topped the flattened, breaded breasts with English bacon before covering with my sauce and placing in oven. It was incredible.
Apparently there is some derision amongst chefs as to weather or not to include pork.
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It was incredible.

Never have a c and an r been more important.
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Lentil vegetable stew.
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It was incredible.

Never have a c and an r been more important.

Haha , brilliant sir!
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Food.


Common joke around my house with my kids...as I'd be cooking, they'd usually ask "What's for dinner?"

"Food," I 'd reply.

"What kind of food Dad?"

"Good Food."
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Chitlins, black eye peas, pig feet and short end ribs.
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Chitlins . . . .

Chitterlings.

Make sure that they're well rinsed.
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Home cooked gar-par chicken wings !
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Beef tongue and pig tail.
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That... sounds wrong...
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