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Old 07-22-2010, 05:29 AM   #1051
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You guys are inspiring me. I made a chicken ginger soup with bokchoy and green papaya. It's not as pretty as your pics though LOL
That sounds like my kind of dish!
I made Chinese style chicken broth the other day using chicken necks, bacon bones, smashed garlic, ginger, lemongrass, chilli, white pepper, soy sauce and shaoxing - absolutely delicious and so yum with shredded nori seaweed. I used it to get over my cold and it worked a treat
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Old 07-22-2010, 06:47 AM   #1052
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That sounds like my kind of dish!
I made Chinese style chicken broth the other day using chicken necks, bacon bones, smashed garlic, ginger, lemongrass, chilli, white pepper, soy sauce and shaoxing - absolutely delicious and so yum with shredded nori seaweed. I used it to get over my cold and it worked a treat
Oh yum! My DH loves this soup too. We used bokchoy instead of chili leaves so I added a teaspoon of chili oil. Oh delicious. Perfect for rainy weather.
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Old 07-22-2010, 12:19 PM   #1053
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Usually when I browse the site and this thread it is either on my cell phone (most often) or my laptop. Today I used my desktop and wow! The food looks even better. Talk about delicious finger licking good. LOL.

Great work everyone. I wish I could move in with all of you. You can all share me. A few weeks with each of you.

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Old 07-22-2010, 12:58 PM   #1054
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Great work everyone. I wish I could move in with all of you. You can all share me. A few weeks with each of you.

Let's all go visit Cherise!
Yeah...Ditto on the great wk/everyone.

I made a big batch of Mediterranean Salad yesterday. Only problem was...I cut my middle finger on an artichoke can top.

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Yum! Everyone's food looks great!!!
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Old 07-22-2010, 01:12 PM   #1056
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This was my dinner last night:

Ultimate chicken salad!


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YUM! Ultimate is rt. That would be so delish for my lunch today.
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Old 07-22-2010, 11:53 PM   #1057
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I second that!
That chicken salad looks good. I would love it with some homemade thousand island dressing all over. Mmmm goodness.

The met salad looks delish as well. I love salads in the summer.
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I know CrackSlaw has been posted before so I guess Im bumping the idea!
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Old 07-23-2010, 05:56 PM   #1060
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Hey, Crack Slaw is Da Bomb here!
It's a Staple...U Know?

Those wings look chopping ready to go!

Made a pot of Chili Colorado today:


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Hey, Crack Slaw is Da Bomb here!
It's a Staple...U Know?

Those wings look chopping ready to go!

Made a pot of Chili Colorado today:


Looks good!

What's in it???
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oh.my.god. i am HOME <3 soooo in LOVE with everything here, Ive been living off salads and bacon and eggs. SOOOO glad i found all these YUMMY looking recipes!!!
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Never heard of crackslaw in my life must be an American thing!

Tonights dinner (back on day 1 of induction )

Chicken breaded in pork crackle, topped with homemade tangy tomato sauce and cheese, oven-baked, topped with sour cream and jalapenos, served with garlic mushrooms cooked in butter








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Patricia - that soup looks good. My type of meal.

Cerise - buttered garlic mushrooms sound delicious

susique - try adding some chppped almonds and unsweetened coconut for an almond joy coconut bark. Or peanut butter in the center for peanut butter cups. Yum.

Aquamenti - your chicken salad has me with cravings. I had some the other day and today I am having chicken and then later the other half of the salad (the vegs - tomato/lettuce/cheese/bacon) Mmmmm
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Wow, you all look like such amazing cooks... I just get pre-prepared chicken and stick it in the over for 40 minutes! :$
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Coconut bark
How do you make this?
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Thx Guys!

Agua~Everything but the kitchen sink is in there!

Sus~Whoo...that bark is a Barking!
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Old 07-25-2010, 04:35 PM   #1069
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Never heard of crackslaw in my life must be an American thing!
Nope....
It's a recipe from Here!
Yummo...on the Chic/pork crackle!
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Old 07-25-2010, 04:47 PM   #1070
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Made a Flax meal bun double burger this morning:
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Coconut bark: Chocolate Bark

4 T. (1/4 cup) Virgin Coconut Oil
1.5 T. Cocoa Powder
1 t. lowcarb sweetener, I used liquid saccharin
2 oz nuts (I used chopped brazil nuts)

Melt the coconut oil to a liquid, mix in cocoa powder and sweetener. Stir to combine and blend well. Add nuts & Freeze. I poured my last batch on parchment paper that was on a soup plate. Melts at 75 degrees so gotta eat each piece quick.
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My version of a Kaya toast breakfast

I don't think coconut milk is allowed on Induction but since you could barely see the jam I made out of it in the picture, just assume it's SFS pancake cooked in a waffle iron (that isn't good, btw, takes ages to get hot) with butter, semi-hard boiled egg and coffee.

Next time I make this, I'll just do the pancakes the way I normally do. I was experimenting LOL
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Coconut bark: Chocolate Bark

4 T. (1/4 cup) Virgin Coconut Oil
1.5 T. Cocoa Powder
1 t. lowcarb sweetener, I used liquid saccharin
2 oz nuts (I used chopped brazil nuts)

Melt the coconut oil to a liquid, mix in cocoa powder and sweetener. Stir to combine and blend well. Add nuts & Freeze. I poured my last batch on parchment paper that was on a soup plate. Melts at 75 degrees so gotta eat each piece quick.
thanks! I have all the ingredients can you omit the nuts as they are not induction friendly? I only have macadamias at home
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DINNER - prawns stir-fried with green pepper, red onion, ginger, soy sauce, shaoxing, white pepper and sesame oil



Lunch for tomorrow - lamb cutlets done on the griddle, I'll be having them with coriander chutney

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thanks! I have all the ingredients can you omit the nuts as they are not induction friendly? I only have macadamias at home
Im such an induction fudger, yes omit the nuts! I keep forgetting the title of this thread, Im a rule bender! I only added 2 large chopped Brazil nuts to the bark.

Food Item: Brazil nuts, dried
Food Quantity: 1 oz (6-8 nuts)
Carbs: 3.4g
Dietary Fiber: 2.1g
Net Carbs: 1.3g
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Yummo, Cerise!

Dollkey~Looks Good. Likey your cute egg coddler.

Gotta try that Bark. Yummy!

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I poured my last batch on parchment paper that was on a soup plate. Melts at 75 degrees so gotta eat each piece quick.
Can virtually see U eating it Quickly!
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DINNER - prawns stir-fried with green pepper, red onion, ginger, soy sauce, shaoxing, white pepper and sesame oil



Lunch for tomorrow - lamb cutlets done on the griddle, I'll be having them with coriander chutney

girl ive been seeing your pics - YOU CAN COOK!!! woo hoo!! i need to come live with you, lol
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Coconut bark is one of those recipes that you can play with. In addition the ingredients listed by Susique, I used to also add heavy cream, butter, and a small amount of coffee.

Patricia - I haven't had a burger in 2 months. I actually told a family member today how much I wanted a burger with a bun. How does the flax bun taste? Is it just a 3mm in the shape of a bun?

Dollkey - I've totally been craving waffles and *poof* your picture appeared. LOL. Must be a sign from the waffle fairy that I must...eat...waffles.

Cerise - Your shrimp stir-fry looks really tasty. I could almost taste it.
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Old 07-26-2010, 05:12 PM   #1080
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thanks Jessie! I love cooking
and thanks you Monkee - it was certainly tasty. I cant stand bland food.

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