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Old 02-03-2011, 01:24 PM   #2161
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I think i got every single one of these recipes from this very thread, so you have probably seen them already, but i'm proud of my work so i decided to share anyway.

photo1- chilli
photo2- cajun seafood (lobster, crab and shrimp_
photo3- creamed eggs mixed with mustard, mayo, cayanne, onions, pepper, vinegar
photo 4- baked chicken and coleslaw
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Old 02-03-2011, 03:06 PM   #2162
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Old 02-03-2011, 04:27 PM   #2163
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Thank you so much for those tips Madam De Leon. My faux rice just doesn't look like rice at all. It looks like crumbled cauliflower and is never as white as the pics posted here. My mock potatoes are always sort of goopy and never really thick. The pictures here are so perfect looking. I've tried the potatoes with fresh and frozen and the rice with just fresh cauliflower. Is it supposed to taste similar to real starches because mine is always smelly and still tastes like cauli LOL.

You were right about the seasonings. The chili powder had added salt. Plus my chili powder didn't have a little plastic plate so when I went to shake it, a whole bunch came out. So totally my fault, not Linda. It was good with sour cream but I will definitely not add the salt next time...and not spill anything either LOL.

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Old 02-03-2011, 06:02 PM   #2164
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I love this thread. All the yummy goodies.

Here is my dinner tonight.
Ribeye steak topped with onions portabella mushrooms & spicy turnip fries.


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Dollkey, sorry to thread jack, but I am making your IHOP pancakes tonight and just had a few questions, if I dont have the egg rings is it ok to just make them without like I would regular pancakes and about how many pancakes does the recipe make if i make them about the same size as your egg rings make??..Thanks, I am sooooooo excited to try them, they look heavenly
The reason I used the egg rings is so I could make thicker fluffy pancakes. Because without it I found that the batter would just spread so it would be thin and difficult to flip. With the egg rings I'm able to make 12 pancakes with the recipe I have on my blog. HTH!
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Old 02-03-2011, 08:05 PM   #2166
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Thank you so much for those tips Madam De Leon. My faux rice just doesn't look like rice at all. It looks like crumbled cauliflower and is never as white as the pics posted here. My mock potatoes are always sort of goopy and never really thick. The pictures here are so perfect looking. I've tried the potatoes with fresh and frozen and the rice with just fresh cauliflower. Is it supposed to taste similar to real starches because mine is always smelly and still tastes like cauli LOL.
In my opinion, the faux starches do not smell or taste at all like the starches they're replacing. That's why I call them mashed cauliflower and cauli-rice or riced cauliflower, instead of faux-tatoes and faux-rice. They're not mashed potatoes or rice, don't taste like them, or really even look exactly like them, but they are acceptable to use in place of them so that your plate has a similar visual appeal with a lot less carbs than the starches they replace: Mashed cauliflower gives you something to put gravy on, riced cauliflower is a nice base for your stir fry.

When I make the cauli-rice, I grate the raw cauliflower in my ancient salad shooter - a food processor with a medium grating disc would work great. Too small of a grater would give tiny crumbly bits. The floret tips will also just look crumbed when you grate them - but you can get some really "long grain" pieces when you grate the solid stems. As far as keeping a white color for the cauli-rice, I'd say that if you cook it as short of a time as possible, that should help - cauliflower just changes color as it cooks - the nature of the beast.

I've heard of people saying they physically squeeze the excess moisture out of their cooked cauliflower before they mash it. To tell you the truth, there have been times when I realized I probably should have done that, when all this moisture came out of the cauliflower as I used the stick blender on it, but the cream cheese usually helps to thicken it enough to make it acceptable to me. (I use about 2-3 oz of cream cheese or a 1 lb bag of frozen broccoli)

I think the reason I always make the cauli rice into fried rice is that then I can add in various seasonings so that I don't notice the cauli flavor as much. Same with the mashed cauliflower - I add garlic powder, onion powder, some salt (one of the few things I always salt), the cream cheese, butter, and some black pepper.
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A treat of thin and crispy pizza to end the day!



This looks so good. I have been very hungry for pizza. Have not tried this recipe. I think it will be in my future...
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Old 02-03-2011, 09:29 PM   #2168
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Here is a green pizza I'm perfecting right now.
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Looks good already.
I'll take pizza any day. Yummy!

Dollkey - Your enchilada bake looks like delicious comfort food. I want some with some sour cream. Mmmm.
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Looks good already.
I'll take pizza any day. Yummy!

Dollkey - Your enchilada bake looks like delicious comfort food. I want some with some sour cream. Mmmm.
It would've been great with sour cream but we ran out and the store didn't have any
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Recipes are up and I'm happy with them! Spinach pizza with green toppings.
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So colorful and purty. Also, I love the Polaroid effect you use. So cute.
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So colorful and purty. Also, I love the Polaroid effect you use. So cute.
Thanks. I'm finally using a real camera. The polaroid frame is done on Picnik.com it's free.
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Wow! Yummy pizza, steak, and enchilada bake! Yum!
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I think i got every single one of these recipes from this very thread, so you have probably seen them already, but i'm proud of my work so i decided to share anyway.

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photo2- cajun seafood (lobster, crab and shrimp_
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Your food looks great! Yummy!
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When I realized I'd be eating extreme quantities of meat, I decided to search online for a way to make my own deli-style roast beef.

I made this last month and decided to do it again. It just came out of the oven and it is resting under foil.

An e-buddy of mine suggested storing it unsliced, so that's what I'll do. If you want some of this big lump of delicious roast beef, it'll be in my fridge in Vista.

Come 'n' git it!



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When I realized I'd be eating extreme quantities of meat, I decided to search online for a way to make my own deli-style roast beef.

I made this last month and decided to do it again. It just came out of the oven and it is resting under foil.

An e-buddy of mine suggested storing it unsliced, so that's what I'll do. If you want some of this big lump of delicious roast beef, it'll be in my fridge in Vista.

Come 'n' git it!



That is one GORGEOUS roast beef!
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Roast beef snacky time is good time.

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Pop 'Ems made by my my sweet little Aarti. Love her so much. I used a lot less apple than she did so it would be low-carb. You could use none, of course.










The side dish for ribs for tonight. From Linda's site: unpotato salad.



God, it's so good. My dum dum boyfriend STILL can't stand cauliflower, no matter how much I dress it up! Oh well. More for meeeee!
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All of these recipes look so good! I so glad I found this site. It will make my lifestyle change so much easier
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Gliya (Tunisian boiled & fried salted meat)



Beef summer sausage, homemade ricotta, jalapeno, tomato & olive



turnip beef sausage hash, fried eggs, homemade ricotta



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That looks really yummy awlass.
Can you share the recipe for the Gliya please.
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Gliya is traditionally made with the fatty cuts of lamb, but since thats so danged expensive here, I use the really marbled parts of brisket when I buy large brisket on sale (12lbs for $16?? no way!!) Or you can use any random cut of meat, but generally I like to use the tough cuts that are super cheap to buy, saveing the more expensive cuts for pretty steaks

Cut your meat into bite sized pieces.
Place in a pot and just barely cover with water (just enough to cover the meat completely, but no more) and a tsp of salt.
Add 1/3 to 1/2 the amount of water of good oil. (Really dark extra virgen olive oil is traditionally used, as its soooo cheap over seas.. obviously not so here.. i used soybean oil cause its the cheapest one here)

Cook on Med-High until all water has evaporated and meat is starting to fry nicely.
Take off the heat and let rest until meat has finished frying and the oil is not so hot anymore.
Serve meat with the oil as a sauce


Traditionally eaten with french bread, hot peppers, tomatoes and cucumbers. I ate mine with the same but just used 1/2 of a flat out wrap instead of the bread..
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oh, and thats Italian parsley on top of the gliya
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Low carb pizza!


Stuffed bell peppers!!!

And the best salad ever!!
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And the best salad ever!!
I'll take that salad. That looks pretty delicious. Beautiful photos!
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Ooooh! Delicious looking food guys yum!
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Hi Everyone, I have decided to go onto LC again for the second time about 10 days ago. I came across this thread and have been going through all of the posts. I just wanted to say a very big THANK YOU to you all for the photos and recipes. This has made my decision sooooo much easier. And with the few things that I have tried, they were so good that my beautiful hubbie has even decided to do LC with me. We both need to shrink our bums and tums I have already lost around 4 kilo (or just over 8 pounds) So again, thank you so much for taking the time to post all this fantastic information on this thread. You are helping so many of us in making this little journey so much easier!!! Suzi
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