Mrs. P prepared another awesome dinner. Details and pictures in the below link.
Looks fabulous. Have a wonderful weekend.
Your fresh seafood meal looked extraordinary.
Enjoy your weekend as well.
Thanks again. Have a lovely summer.
Mrs. P made an awesome spicy Asian fruit salad among other things. Details and pictures in the main WFD link below.
A light supper of a watermelon, roasted beet, and goat cheese salad with fresh mint:
and a big pot of long-simmered sausage, chicken, and shrimp gumbo:
Looks good!!! Hope everyone enjoyed!!
Shoprite meal. Shrimp with garlic and other stuff. Have to learn patience to reduce sauces more but still tasty.
That’s f’n fantastic!!!
Really tasty and easy. Ramekin has orange marmalade, sweet Thai chili sauce and cayenne.
Have been eating really well lately. Trout, NY strip and shrimp on the barbie tomorrow.
We enjoyed an excellent Amarone al fresco, on a beautiful evening, with Andouille pizza and homemade guacamole and chips. Pictures are in the main WFD thread below.
Didn’t turn out great mostly overcooked. I blame the cocktails. Veal hanger, corn from the garden, potatoes.
I want to also stress how important it is to cut across the grain when cutting your steak. The difference is huge and affects how you enjoy the cut of steak.
Our friend invited us over for an outstanding dinner with some excellent wines.
Details and pictures are in the main WFD thread below.
@KAOSKitchen - looks great!
Of course I eat and make fried rice too. I always thought that arroz chaufa was specifically Peruvian fried rice and I wondered if it is different from, say Chinese fried rice. Or am I overthinking it and arroz chaufa is just Spanish for fried rice in general?
By no means authentic to any name except pork and rice for me. This one with the big chunks of pork loin reminded me of when I realized that as an adult, I could put as many pieces of bacon on my BLT that I wanted. That was a good day.
I think they’re all similar but depends on the cooking method and if you have the patience to make the rice a day before and fry it up nicely. I rarely do it that way.
Basic for me is red pepper, scallion, garlic, ginger, soy, oyster sauce, sesame oil, better than bouillon and bit of water, with a lightly scrambled egg, or tortilla as GF would say, mixed in at the end. GF makes the rice with a lot of oil so don’t have to add any. Very versatile dish and easy to make.
My hot dog fried rice was delicious!