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I made london broil, carrots and the gluten free rice a roni recipe that I saw in a thread earlier.

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all sounds so yummie. im getting hungry. gonna browse for something good :P

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Roasted Venison Tenderloin (medium rare, of course!) with Cherry Gastrique

Smoked Apple Cheddar Polenta Cakes

Succotash

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Yesterday I made a pork tenderloin. Today I threw a roast in the crock pot. Tomorrow and Monday I'm on strike!

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Halibut en papillotte with white wine, lemon juice, capers, oven-roasted tomatoes, baby potatoes and tiny green beans.

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Greens with Fresh Cherries, Prosciutto and Light Creamy Dijon Vinaigrette

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Onion omelet spiced with nutmeg. Or as I call it: whatever it's on the cupboard omelet.

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Chanterelle and Hen of the Woods Ragout with Sherry Glaze on Creamy Parmesan Polenta

Steamed Green Beans (probably the last of the year from the garden :( )

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Stuffed Roasted Poblano Pepper Rioja with Fresh Sheep's Cheese (stuffed with ground beef, seasoning, secured with toothpicks and braised in beef stock)

Lime Broccoli Slaw

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Well, I tried ADALAIDE's famous root beer pulled pork :) and it was such a huge hit!!---and it made so much--that we're having the "encore" tonight in those "Against the Grain" baguettes that I toast up with a garlic oil rub.

I add carmelized onions to the pork sammies, too.

Add the neighboring farmer's corn on the cob. Yum, yum.

And because they are coming out our ears, :lol: sliced tomatoes.

Love2 !

I think I am going to try the roasting & freezing of the tomatoes I told you about--I have given away boxes to the local gluten-free cafe and family members and we still have so many. Got lucky this year.

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I wouldn't call it famous, but it sure is tasty! I keep almost talking myself into it again... as if that's difficult. Against the Grain baguettes? I'll have to try those, I've struggled with finding a bread or bun that makes me happy, but frankly am so satisfied that I don't care if I have to put it on rice.

I'm slacking this year, I've hardly had any fresh corn at all. It's so much more expensive than last year! I know why, but it still really just grates on me to pay so much for it.

For the first time in almost two weeks I was feeling up to actual cooking again tonight so I made some arepas. Yay! Burgers on arepas with curly fries and green beans. It isn't fancy but it sure is summery and delicious.

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I solar cooked some butternut squash with Indian spices. I think I'll have a sundae now.

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Peking Duck (labour intensive but it is a labour of love!)

Wild Chanterelle and Porcini Risotto

Japanese Cucumber Salad

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Vietnamese Wide Rice Noodles with Ham, Shiitakes and Bean Sprouts (using the shiitake broth in the sauce)

Steamed Broccoli

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Couscous with honey and cinnamon, with slightly blended cashew nuts. Yum.

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Couscous with honey and cinnamon, with slightly blended cashew nuts. Yum.

Hon, I am guessing you mean "a mock couscous" made from quinoa, right?

(some people may read this and gasp ..or faint. :lol: )

Most people think of couscous as being made from semolina---i.e wheat.

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Pasta and meatballs--the "recipe" I saw my grandmother make a million times :) The only difference is Tynkayda pasta and fresh breadcrumbs from my GFP French bread.

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Couscous with honey and cinnamon, with slightly blended cashew nuts. Yum.

COSCOUS NOT GLUTEN FREE.

You might want to check these lists of safe and un safe foods.

http://www.celiac.com/categories/Safe-Gluten%252dFree-Food-List-%7B47%7D-Unsafe-Foods-%26amp%3B-Ingredients/

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Pork loin, mac & cheese and I'm sure I'll think of a veggie to add by the time it's time to throw one on the stove. My doctor told me as long as I'm staying symptom free I'm allowed a little of my tyramine foods so I'm having my mac & cheese with cheddar today yay!

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Hey people, calm down. I made the couscous with corn. People do it with corn where I live.

Talking about corn, I just made a corn cake, with chocolate frosting.

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Hey people, calm down. I made the couscous with corn. People do it with corn where I live.

Talking about corn, I just made a corn cake, with chocolate frosting.

Whew! What a relief!

How do you make it with corn?

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Whew! What a relief!

How do you make it with corn?

Just plain corn meal on the couscoussier, for twenty minutes, I think. It's so popular and common around here I am seriously finding out now there's couscous made with wheat. :blink:

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Garlic butter chicken thighs with leftover cheesy rice and some veggie.

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Hey people, calm down. I made the couscous with corn. People do it with corn where I live.

One time, I talked about my "rye bread" recipe on here and it caused a bit of alarm...it was mock rye, of course, but some newbies reading the thread may not know, so we just checked to make sure. :D

Corn couscous is not mentioned often around here. Maybe you could share the recipe on the recipe thread?

Thanks!

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