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Day 2 (shouldn't have cut the tree down) and 3, today


























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Day 3 cont'd

Tomorrow I have to do some more testing. Yesterday one of the pots reduced too low while I was cutting the tree down. This morning one had the proper aroma, the other seemed flat. Not quite right. I unfortunately mixed the two and I think I'm regretting it now. One was sweet and aromatic, the other somewhat lifeless. The lifeless pot didn't burn, it was fine, but it lost something. I also skipped an important step for a few reasons and that may have contributed. More tomorrow. This could be very tragic. We will see.







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Once upon a time I learned that mo’ time in the pot is not necessarily mo’ better when making a stock from a crustacean...

I don’t know if that’s the problem you’re having but I thought I’d throw it out.
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Thanks. My process and ingredients are tried and true and make the best lobster bisque in Boston and could win a national title perhaps. The problem is this pot. Cut a tree down yesterday, went and got a new chain midway, they gave me the wrong chain, going back and getting the right one, that's what killed the one pot I am sure. This morning one was fragrant and perfect. The other not. Should not have mixed them. I have a plan. We'll see. I also skipped a step and I'm sure that didn't help.







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Not sieved or anything, just some reduced heavy cream. It's good, salvageable with a fresh lobster to make a mini-base, but not what it should be.

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Cool weather arrived so it’s perfect for grilling outside.
A friend gave me some lemongrass. I made Vietnamese inspired chicken skewers. We were out of sticks so I went to the mountain behind my house and cut some bamboo. The thicker wood was perfect for cooking over charcoal. We also grilled peppers and onions. Paired with some couscous. Very tasty and fun to make.

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Tough following LEMONGRASS SKEWERS! Nice!


But a very humble garden veggie stir fry. Fermented black bean sauce.

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This isn't dinner per se, but could be used for breakfast, lunch, or with a charcuterie platter in the evening.

Got a peck of really late peaches from the farmers market.. They were turning fast..

So I made some peach jam...

With Bourbon, vanilla, cinnamon, and a touch of chili to wake things up a bit.. a few more jars were boiling away..it was a little over 2# when skinned and pitted

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Cantonese kid comfort food. Water eggs. “Swuey Daan”

Essentially a savory steamed egg custard. I drizzled on a green onion bkack bean chili oil I made. Mostly for color.


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^^^^ That looks super interesting and tasty. Mine unfortunatly is just a plain ole pot of chili.

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Dude! Here I’ll bring the veggies. A warm beet “salad”
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Ever try one of these?

Have not but will. Looks good! As does your half consumed rib eye!

I made spaghetti last night and yum.....it was insane! Leftovers today for lunch and still have more left over for tomorrow.

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(Those nice saved Chinese takeout containers are always a good thing to have handy.)

Had some leftover spaghetti noodles..
They were shocked with cold water and drenched with olive oil to keep them from clumping up.
Added a piece of separately-cooked cubed chicken thigh, garlic, broccoli, mushrooms, garlic, shrimp, S&P, parsley, etc.

Like a frozen dinner at half the price.

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^^^^That beef stew looks a good, and hearty Autumn dinner (with leftovers).

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