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Old 06-11-2010, 03:54 AM   #631
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Lemon chicken (minus the sugar and cornstarch) with pak choi

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Old 06-11-2010, 09:38 AM   #632
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Yum...I'm getting Oriental food cravings.

BabyKinz~Like your choice of China.

Paolisima~Cute garnish for your Chic-salad. Reminds me of Spalding from that Tom Hanks movie Castaway.
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All that food looks sooooo beautiful and delicious! Great job everyone!

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Paolisima~Cute garnish for your Chic-salad. Reminds me of Spalding from that Tom Hanks movie Castaway.
Hehehe! you mean Wiiiiiiillllsssooooooon!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Ron~Yeah...Sure! I'd eat that too!

What you don't believe me....lol
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BabyKinz~Like your choice of China.

Paolisima~Cute garnish for your Chic-salad. Reminds me of Spalding from that Tom Hanks movie Castaway.
lol thanks thats the only cute things on that pic....no more salads for me next week
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I made eggplant bolognaise lasagna for the first time tonight and it was a huge success! Absolutely delicious. If anyone wants the detailed recipe let me know. Here are the step-by-step photos and end result.

Slice 2 eggplants real thin, griddle it in olive oil till it's charred on each side in batches


Bolognaise made with diced onion, capsicum, garlic, mince, tomatoes, tomato paste, garlic salt, pepper, Cajun seasoning, Worcestershire sauce and chilli


Make layers of eggplant, bolognaise mix and spinach/ricotta mix


Topped with grated mozzarella, cheddar and Parmesan then baked


Served with a rocket salad made with white wine vinegar and olive oil


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Old 06-12-2010, 07:52 AM   #638
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Absolutely fantastic. Wouah,need to make that eggplant bolognese asap...Priceless
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thank yooo

These don't look that great, but tasted amazing - prawns made with heaps of garlic, butter, cream, parmesan & parsley served over zoodles

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Wow! Both of those dishes look fantastic!!! way to go cerise!!!

your pictures are always beautiful and your food looks delicious!!!
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My dinner tonight, similar to Cerise's above, but served over green beans instead:

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Wow! Both of those dishes look fantastic!!! way to go cerise!!!

your pictures are always beautiful and your food looks delicious!!!
Her husband is one lucky guy,,, Way to go
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Her husband is one lucky guy,,, Way to go
Lol boyfriend. He loves cooking too, so it's good that way - one of us is always willing to cook - he specialises in steak and chicken wings - I do chicken and fish the best, so it all works out well

We have a guest round tonight so I'm baking the stuffed chicken wrapped in proscuitto with a rocket and red onion salad. I already posted a photo before of this dish but if this one looks better I'll post it later!
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What you don't believe me....lol
Umm...yep...I sorta do!
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oops I just remembered about taking a photo when I was taking the last bite. Just a note though - I think chicken works better wrapped in bacon or pancetta rather than proscuitto. The pancetta has more fat and binds the whole thing together better.

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Yum! cheesy delicious eggplant. My eyes are in heaven.
I make something similar but with breaded (pork rinds/parm/herbs) eggplant. Its so good. Next time I will try grilling it. I have some eggplant. I think I'll make some tomorrow. Yumyum.
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Im not all that keen on eggplant but it was so tasty after being chargrilled and even more delicious within the bake. The carb count is actually 16.4g per serve and that dish served 4 moderate-large portions. You could make it lower without the red wine, capsicum, onion and so much tomato. I have a bag of pork crackle in the cupboard Im wondering what to do with it, and chicken breasts again tonight. Was going to make chicken curry but I dont have any low carb wraps to heat and eat with it
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Yeah, hear ya on not being so-keen on the eggplant.
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I never ate eggplant whatsoever till I started atkins. When you slice it very thin and chargrill it in oil, Id imagine it can be quite versatile, you could layer it with stuff then roll it up and eat as a snak, also good to cut the mini ones up and deep fry into 'eggplant chips' with lots of garlic salt and black pepper. Yum.
I never touched cauliflower or zucchini now I eat them all the time

I might try out some blackened cajun chicken skewers later.
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Was going to make chicken curry but I dont have any low carb wraps to heat and eat with it
I serve my chicken curry- or any curry over cauli 'rice'.

I'm going to stop lurking and start adding pics- I've just been too lazy! But it's only fair to give as well as take!
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Salmon fillet- pan fried in butter- with a home-made 'hollandaise' sauce and a side of brussels sprouts.

I have no idea how to make hollandaise and was too lazy to look it up. So I melted some butter- added EVCO (I add that to everything) popped in an egg yolk, splash of lemon juice, and a tbsp of ACV. Let it all settle then whipped it up with an immersion blender. Then I added some fresh dill. Do I'm calling hollandaise but don't think it really is.
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I would gobble up those brussel spouts of yours...lol
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Salmon fillet- pan fried in butter- with a home-made 'hollandaise' sauce and a side of brussels sprouts.

I have no idea how to make hollandaise and was too lazy to look it up. So I melted some butter- added EVCO (I add that to everything) popped in an egg yolk, splash of lemon juice, and a tbsp of ACV. Let it all settle then whipped it up with an immersion blender. Then I added some fresh dill. Do I'm calling hollandaise but don't think it really is.
Michelle, That looks great! The brussel sprouts look really good. How did you cook them? Were they roasted? Ive never tried brussel sprouts but those look so good!
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We sure do talk a lot about Brussel Sprouts!

Baked up some Custard/Flan earlier:
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I love those little Japanese eggplants.

Likey Baba-ganosh too.
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Salmon fillet- pan fried in butter- with a home-made 'hollandaise' sauce and a side of brussels sprouts.
Looks like Hollandaise to me.
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We sure do talk a lot about Brussel Sprouts!

Baked up some Custard/Flan earlier:
You can't post something like this without a recipe!
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Now your talking Rbenz......Custard/Flan....Yummyyyyyyy!!!!!
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