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Seems to be a newish term. I can never recall hearing anyone say ' pan seared'  until a few years ago.

On a related note, seafood producers noticed a marked increase in the sale of

toothfish when they started marketing it as Chilean Sea Bass. :lol:

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Seems to be a newish term. I can never recall hearing anyone say ' pan seared'  until a few years ago.

On a related note, seafood producers noticed a marked increase in the sale of

toothfish when they started marketing it as Chilean Sea Bass. :lol:

Yep.

So much that they are getting hard to find.

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I marinated some chicken parts in olive oil, lemon juice, fresh thyme and lots of garlic last night and baked it tonight. It disappeared quickly.

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Looks like it's going to be pizza tonight.

Do you deliver? (To Philly?) :excited:

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Looks like it's going to be pizza tonight.

Do you deliver? (To Philly?) :excited:

If it wasn't raining, I might...

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Looks like it's going to be pizza tonight.

Do you deliver? (To Philly?) :excited:

If it wasn't raining, I might...

Then I'll take a rain check. :P

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Your girlfriend must be back! :D

Fish stew, and roasted beet salad w/ walnuts and blue cheese for me!

Breaded filet of sole, green beans, and corn.

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I spent the day slow-smoking a turkey breast (w/mesquite and hickory) while watching college football and listening to tunes. And mowing the yard.

The turkey breast came out awesome. Unfortunately I was rooting for Notre Dame to beat USC...........did I mention the turkey breast? :ph34r::lol:

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Wish I was there for the smoked turkey breast, FFA!

Road trip this weekend, so had dinner at a steak place in Oklahoma City. A little over-cooked, but OK, and the cheap red wine helped out. :wacko:

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Rack of Venison, roast potatoes with a wild mushroom sauce, washed down with Leffe. Good new pub in Helsingborg! :tup

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Stuffed bell peppers, served with sliced cucumbers and fresh mozzarella soaked in balsamic and extra virgin olive oil.

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Penne in a tomato-eggplant-olive sauce will be featured.

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Last night was Shrimp Scampi & spaghetti & Salmon with dill & shallots & Cucumber salad with dill.

Tonight was skirt steak with peanut sauce and sauteed Chinese long beans.

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Take-out from the Indian place down the street:

Vegetable Samosas

Saag Paneer (spinach and cheese)

Malai Kofta (vegetable balls in sauce)

Chicken Tikki Misala

Onion Naan

(not sure of any of those spellings)

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Pan seared Cervena venison medallions, seasoned with juniper berries, salt, and pepper.

Sides: broccoli rabe sauteed with garlic and red pepper flakes and a baked potato with truffle oil.

All served with a sauce made by deglazing the pan with wine. The remaining wine accompanied the meal: 2004 Volpe Pasini Dal Pedunculo Rosso (Venezia Giulia IGT)

Not bad :D

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Some sort of chicken.

Can I come over for dinner?

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Today was chicken parts marinated in olive oil, Lemon Juice, chopped garlic, sage leaves & salt & pepper accompanied by sauteed asparagus(in oil with shallots, garlic, lemon zest ,lemon juice & salt & pepper)

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