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Old 04-22-2010, 03:55 AM   #241
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Dinner last night.. grilled ribeye w/mushrooms and green onions. kabobs with pork, bell peppers and onions. (pineapple ones are hubby's) and grilled chicken. After eating the steak I only fit in 1 kabob and was overstuffed!!



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Old 04-22-2010, 05:01 AM   #242
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To those having a problem with cocoa powder, have you tried Dutch-processed cocoa powder? It is less acidic, has an even deeper chocolate taste and gets a darker brown color when cooked compared to natural cocoa powder. I really like this but I can't find the cheaper version I used to buy It makes the best (non LC) chocolate cake ever!
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Cerise - you MUST share with me your recipe for that mashed cauli. It looks SO GOOD... mine ends up looking like paste. lol.
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Just boil the cauliflower till tender, then mash together with a good chunk of butter and a big dollop of sour cream, freshly ground black pepper and rock salt till mixed well, serve!
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Old 04-22-2010, 06:03 AM   #245
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Pics don't really do it justice, but Moroccan leg of lamb, marinated in butter, coriander, ground cumin and coriander seeds, garlic, paprika.




Roasted red pepper soup (though I didn't use too much pepper since it's a bit on the high-carb side) chicken stock, blackened peppers, spring onion, garlic, coriander, chilli, cream

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OMG, that lamb looks DROOL!
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hmm.. 4.8 net carbs for the whole batch.. (4 from the tomato paste) so if you only eat one serving only 2.4!
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Steak, homemade BBQ sauce (3.5 nc per 1/4 cup, only need 1 or 2 Tbsp though!), mashed fauxtatoes and crappy dead asparagus

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The Broiled Double Down

My own version, made this evening and thoroughly enjoyed without firing up my grill:

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Two chicken thighs pounded thinner, skin on; uncured smoked bacon, 2 roma tomato slices, 1.5 slices Pepper Jack, and a sauce made of mayo, SF ketchup, and horseradish mustard
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Crispy salmon with runner beans roasted in garlic & chilli oil & a creamy dijon mustard sauce
Tasted beauuuutiful


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Cottage pie with juicy beef mince, natoes & melted cheese then grilled
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Brekkie this morning, mozzarella omelet with salsa (parsley, avocado, tomato, bacon & lemon juice) some sweet n sour sauce
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My own version, made this evening and thoroughly enjoyed without firing up my grill:
OH MY!!! That is definitely great on the eyes!! I'm drooling.....
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Another successful cottage pie made with natoes


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Cerise, do you have a blog with your recipes? If not, you should seriously consider it. Your food always looks DIVINE!
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Cerise, do you have a blog with your recipes? If not, you should seriously consider it. Your food always looks DIVINE!
100% agree, if not a blog a COOK BOOK!
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100% agree, if not a blog a COOK BOOK!
ooh! cerise, you should team up with cleo and publish a cookbook. i'd totally buy that!
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Wow thank you I hadn't even considered a blog but might just get one going now! Will let you know once it's up and running (not that I have a clue how to do one?!)

More food photos pleeez, my OH and I love looking at them
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Tilapia & Shrimp Alfredo with Loaded Broccolli

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Going to definitely have the OMM Grilled cheese sammie and the Tomato paste soup!

Funny how lots of us grew up eating a grilled cheese sammie w/Campbell's Tomato Soup!
It was my FAV for after school lunch then sitting down to watch my soap!
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Im probably not the best recipe writer because I measure by both eye and taste, not cups & tsps but Ill give it a bash

Good quality beef mince, it really does make a difference to the end result -
4 cloves of garlic, minced
knob of ginger, minced
few tbsp of worcesteshire sauce
2 finely chopped tomatoes
freshly ground salt and pepper
1-3 minced fresh chillies depending how hot you like it

*fry the onions in olive oil for 5 mins on a medium heat till soft then add garlic, ginger and chilli, fry for another minute taking care not to burn the mixture
*add the mince and brown all over
*add tomatoes, worcesteshire sauce and seasoning
*cover mixture with chicken stock (guess you can use beef too) so that there is about 1" stock over the top of mince and simmer till all the liquid has gone
DONE!
*Boil your cauli (1/2 head) till very tender then drain and mash with cream, butter and sour cream till the consistency is creamy-just add a little of each till it tastes perfect then season with salt, pepper and a dash of nutmeg

Empty mince mixture into a deep baking dish, top with cauliflower mash then cheese of your choice (I used mozzarella and parmesan)
shove it in the grill till the top is browned a little

Ta-da! Beautiful served with a salad or steamed veggies
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Cerise~Don't sounds so Delish! I have most of the ingredients except for the Cauli. Will cook it up one of these days.
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creamy garlic prawns with zucchini ribbons
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Thanks AmberRose for this gorgeous dish. Guess what we're having for dinner tonight?
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Eggplant Chips
Yum! I love eggplant.
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I want everyone posting pics and recipes on this thread to know, I look and drool here EVERY DAY! I suffer from low carb food boredom badly, and the food porn thread really helps me stay on track! Thank you!
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Chocolate Mousse

Could we have the mousse recipe please?
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