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    The "back for a limited time" processed pork thingie that never goes away?!?

    I'm still waiting for BK to resurrect the Yumbo!

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    I had a most excellent lamb shoulder piece that was about two inches thick yesterday. I regret not taking a picture. I had it on the stove on a low burner/low setting, under a dome, doing it on the lodge skillet, from a frozen state. I had to go see a neighbor about an issue with vandalism in the neighborhood and left it going for a good half hour, I reckon. Then I remembered it was on and was time to get back to it, d’oh!, I got back and it had the most beautiful golden brown crust, while still needing flipped, to lightly fisnish off the other side. So tender and soft, juicy, and fall off the bone (all three) good.

    Today I polished off a bit of leftover ground Turkey and riced cauliflower/veggies that Lisa had made, blending it into a hash of sweet potato, mushrooms, and kale.
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    Not bad for a salty snack.


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    You can also edit the pic right on your phone if it’s dark (I have an iPhone and it’s super easy). Electronic magic... adjust light, color, etc.
     
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    Luckily lots of colleagues to help eat it up! Apple tart was so good. And the chocolate ones too...
     
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    One of the main benefits of being back in Phoenix area vs Wyoming is access to great ethnic foods. Dim sum is one of our weekly lunch spots when back in civilization (errr, well, in Phoenix anyways):


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    A hash of potato (pre-baked on a fire pit yesterday) and olives, with turmeric, browned. With chokeberry and cacao flavored kale chips and homemade cola/honey mustard. Also, a couple socca bread wafers and a bit of wine.

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    Indian Buffet. Many to choose from in PHX area, but this place "Mint" is as good as I've found.

    Paneer Tikka, 4 kinds of chicken, eggplant masala, some other mystery veggie thingy with yellow sauce, naan, biryani rice. Awesome!

    I love food - all kinds of food - but I've not found anything that has as much and as many flavors as Indian Cuisine.

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    Agree with your final sentiment. My biggest problems with Indian food are (a) the wife won't let me make it spicy enough, and (b) I never knew what wine to serve with it!
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    #1595 Streetsurfer, Nov 8, 2018
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    Oddly, I mostly wing it out of necessity. I developed leaky gut after celiac disease and as a result of incompletely digested food proteins leaking past the cellular tight junction of the intestinal wall and entering the bloodstream, became sensitive to over thirty foods from the whole of what I was eating at the time of the development of the issue (at last testing, which really should be done again). Everything is just a compilation of having had to learn to cook for myself to avoid accidental contaminations, and with a focus on replacing those normally healthy, but offending foods (for my case), with safe ones. Ones I hadn’t yet built antibodies to. Getting the wrong foods-ones that my body recognizes as invaders in my bloodstream, sets of very uncomfortable immune system attacks/reactions.

    Things like the kale chips and other dehydrated fare, I picked up on a raw food forum I frequented when this illness struck me. Fasting, juicing, and a raw whole foods diet helped me get a better grip on what was going on and to recover while finding the diagnosis.

    The hash browns theme, I guess started from an Alaska Magazine’s Cabin Cookbook, which has an interesting set of ingredients in one recipe....from that, I realized they can be much more than just potatoes.

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    I love Indian spice as well.
     
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    I looked at your first picture for an embarrassingly long time wondering if that was beet pizza before reading the caption and realizing i was an idiot.
     
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