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  1. tomc

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    Looks good. Never tried salmon with a spicy glaze. Sounds intriguing...T
     
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    It’s a favorite around our house.

    Fine layer of sriracha, fine layer of mayo and then a very light layer of brown sugar: Cooked on the grill on cedar plank.
     
  3. max930

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    I had ribs last night from a CDN chain restaurant called Montana's. Its o.k. for a chain restaurant. https://www.montanas.ca/

    Side note: when I lived near Toronto Doug Flutie lived in the same neighborhood. Would bumped into him every time I went to Montana's there.

    Tonight's menu is grilled T-bone and side of corn on the cobb. The store sells their steaks in a pack of two. Bought two packs. I'm going to try Atkins again and just eat red meats.
     
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    Sriracha plus sugar, heat + sweet, like that. I assume the mayo is a binder?
    With my wife, I can get away with cayenne powder - specifically Tony Chachere's Cajun seasoning - if a) I don't tell her it is in there, and b) I don't overdo it! Anything north of that on the Scoville scale, and it's skunk eye time from the bride!

    Homemade Ramen last night. Modeled after what I thought was the best batch we had (in a railway station in Kanazawa of all places) when we visited Japan years back. The broth is water, a little teriyaki sauce, a hunk of ginger (for ease of removal later), and 2 cloves of garlic powder, basil, parsley & cilantro (all dried). Once that was refluxing, I added in diced red onions (no scallions), celery (no bok choy), jicama (no daikon radish) & carrots (cuz we had some). Separately, I hard boiled 2 eggs. Let the soup simmer until celery was tender. At the end, brought it to a hard boil, stirred in some shaved beef (on sale @ Kroger + coupon; cha-ching! :D) , then brought it back to a boil. Poured this over 2 packs of Ramen. Let sit a few minutes until noodles soft. Put the boiled egg (halved) on top. Served. Shouted "Irasshaimase!" a couple of time for authenticity. Tasty!
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    Dessert was fresh baked chocolate chip cookies that our new neighbors brought over!
    I may have to relax my "ignore the neighbors" policy!
    T
     
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    yes, mayo for binding and a little moisture. Just a very thin layer of all 3. The sriracha really only adds a little heat. Can also sprinkle herbs instead of sweet.
     
  6. max930

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    It feels hot for us again. Don't feel like cooking over a hot grill. Think I'll get tuna and salmon sashimi with some rolls. Only take out that fits with my on again diet.
     
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    You don't know JIB tacos when you see them?:eek:
     
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    I think we ate at Jack in the Box once, when we moved to Texas almost 20 years ago. I don't remember much about it. There is one about a mile from our house; never seems to be more than a couple of people in there.

    What's good at JIB? And, don't say tacos. I ain't eating Jack in the Box tacos!

    T
     
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    Deeply fried hershey squirts.

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    First restaurant woohoo!

    Our April reservation to Pearl Morissette kept getting pushed and finally happened last night.

    Date night = electronics ban so no pics

    As always it was worth it!

    What I like about this place is they make juices to compliment each course so if you don’t drink you can still join In the wine pairing. Fantastic!
     
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    Still not yet. ;)
     
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    JIB isn't that bad, but better fast food around. Despite being another hot day, going to grill my T-bone.
     
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    I have another T-bone, but don't feel like grilling. Craving Chinese food, but the best Chinese place here is closed Mondays. Might get fish tacos instead.
     
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    Ended up getting salmon and tuna sashimi with several orders of rolls. California, chopped scallop and some special rolls can't remember the name of. I ate too much.
     

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