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13 hours ago, rps said:

Spaghetti alla carbonara.

 

Need to make that. Delicious and easy. 

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Alright, cod, leeks and carrot redo tonight. This time took it slow and followed the recipe. Bed of leeks and carrots, a little salt and pepper and a splash of dry vermouth on a piece of foil. Cod filet on top with a compound butter with thyme, lemon zest, salt and pepper. Close it up and cook at 450 for 15 minutes. Finish with lemon juice, zest and parsley. 

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This is a keeper. Leeks added good flavor but were tough. Haven’t used leeks much so don’t know the trick. Onion slices would be good as well. Carrots were good. The butter, lemon, herbs and vermouth added good flavor to an otherwise bland piece of fish. 

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9 hours ago, ness said:

Alright, cod, leeks and carrot redo tonight. This time took it slow and followed the recipe. Bed of leeks and carrots, a little salt and pepper and a splash of dry vermouth on a piece of foil. Cod filet on top with a compound butter with thyme, lemon zest, salt and pepper. Close it up and cook at 450 for 15 minutes. Finish with lemon juice, zest and parsley. 

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This is a keeper. Leeks added good flavor but were tough. Haven’t used leeks much so don’t know the trick. Onion slices would be good as well. Carrots were good. The butter, lemon, herbs and vermouth added good flavor to an otherwise bland piece of fish. 

How did you slice the leeks? The photo looks like you sliced with the grain.

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14 hours ago, rps said:

How did you slice the leeks? The photo looks like you sliced with the grain.

I did slice with the grain. This was from ATK or Cooks Country and they cut the veggies into ‘matchsticks’. Mine weren’t quite matchsticks but fairly thin. Cooked 15 minutes. Other possible factors -- the leek was a couple weeks old and had just been loosely wrapped in plastic. Also, I cut everything up the night before. Might have been dried out? Leeks were fine on my first try a couple weeks ago. Bought the two leeks then.

 

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On 5/15/2019 at 5:58 AM, ness said:

I did slice with the grain. This was from ATK or Cooks Country and they cut the veggies into ‘matchsticks’. Mine weren’t quite matchsticks but fairly thin. Cooked 15 minutes. Other possible factors -- the leek was a couple weeks old and had just been loosely wrapped in plastic. Also, I cut everything up the night before. Might have been dried out? Leeks were fine on my first try a couple weeks ago. Bought the two leeks then.

 

When leeks are older, use only the very white part and slice very thin. I also tend to peel several layers and use the interior.

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Crock pot chuck roast, taters, carrots, mushrooms, cream of mushroom soup, Lipton’s onion soup mix. Ever heard of that one? :D I added a splash of vermouth just to make it fancy  :D 

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Photographer was a bite late to the table. 

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I had a bit of chicken left over so I made a cream of chicken/vegetable/rice soup and added a little salad and a take and bake loaf.

 

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