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    Re: The Food Chronicles

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    The rest is self explanatory. But this is the best mushroom sauce recipe out there.


    • ½ lb of mushrooms
    • ¾ cup of cream
    • 1 tbsp of Soy Sauce
    • 1 tbsp of Corn Starch
    • 1 tbsp of butter
    • 1 tbsp of Olive Oil
    • Salt
    • Pepper



    • sauté mushrooms with 1 tbsp of olive oil and some salt and pepper until golden
    • Add cream and soy sauce and continue cooking on medium-low heat
    • Cream the butter and cornstarch together in a bowl and slowly add to sauce
    • Cook sauce until thick



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    Re: The Food Chronicles

    I don't have a picture as it doesn't last long enough to take a picture of.
    Baked Mushroom Caps:
    mushrooms White or Brown, Remove stems set aside
    baby shrimp
    hollandaise sauce
    Mozzarella Cheese, grated

    Using a ovenproof shallow dish( glass Pie plate works well) Flip mushrooms over to expose the bottoms, place a baby shrimp in each cap. Take freshly made hollandaise sauce and drizzle over the mushrooms and shrimp. Add cheese on top to just cover the mushrooms.
    if you have someone that can't tolerate shrimp, cut up the mushroom stems with chopped up bacon and saute with some garlic and olive oil and put in a SEPARATE pan as you don't want cross contamination ( shellfish is deadly for some people).
    Heat oven to 350 F and put in oven no cover, bake until the cheese starts to turn bubbly and brown. Remove from oven and serve with garlic toast. It is quite easy and very delicious, however if you are on a diet this won't help. Enjoy!
    p.s. use real hollandaise if possible as the fake stuff tends to separate.
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    Re: The Food Chronicles

    I tried a new recipe Sunday night - Interesting enough - Called Beef Rolls

    Think Dill Pickles & Juice, Hamburger & Cream of Celery Soup

    (Can't figure out how to add pictures tho - )

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    Re: The Food Chronicles

    Quote Originally Posted by MissAtlantic View Post
    I tried a new recipe Sunday night - Interesting enough - Called Beef Rolls

    Think Dill Pickles & Juice, Hamburger & Cream of Celery Soup

    (Can't figure out how to add pictures tho - )
    Third image from the left on top of where you write your response is the "Insert Image" just place your house over it and then click.

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    Re: The Food Chronicles

    Quote Originally Posted by Trukker View Post
    Try marinating your asparagus in Olive Oil and Balsamic Vinegar and garlic next time.
    Then quickly grill it on the BBQ....AWESOME
    Cheers,

    Kevin

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    Re: The Food Chronicles

    I'm dying to know what the note on the toaster says...




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    Re: The Food Chronicles

    Quote Originally Posted by Taminator View Post
    I'm dying to know what the note on the toaster says...



    Gluten/Wheat/Flour Free. Guy renting my basement is a celiac.

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    Re: The Food Chronicles

    Quote Originally Posted by HRT Offroad View Post
    Then quickly grill it on the BBQ....AWESOME
    Yes that is how I do mine ...........Then again I grill everything



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    Re: The Food Chronicles

    Quote Originally Posted by Trukker View Post
    Yes that is how I do mine ...........Then again I grill everything
    Me too...less clean-up...and way more enjoyable to drink beer and cook when outside cooking on a BBQ
    Cheers,

    Kevin

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    Re: The Food Chronicles

    Quote Originally Posted by HRT Offroad View Post
    Me too...less clean-up...and way more enjoyable to drink beer and cook when outside cooking on a BBQ
    You too??? Who are you trying to kid...pretty hard to do grilled cheese or scrambled eggs on the BBQ
    Aren't you glad you 'encouraged' me to get on S&M, honey? LOL
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