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    Mmmmm very talented

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    I have two. Cajun mushroom wraps (easy, quick, delicious) and a sticky red wine vinegar roast chicken and pork sausage dish that is seriously mind-blowing. That's not my invention though - it's from an Italian chef called Lidia Bastianich. **drools**

    Although I came up with one tonight (I'm trying to empty the freezer of meat because after I've done that, we will only be eating meat once a week. I was attempting to make a `new' meal out of just what I had in the fridge without having to go to the shops). It was veal slow-baked in cream and white wine, with tarragon and crushed garlic. When it was done I put slices of Swiss cheese on it and grilled it until the cheese had melted.

    Then I made a potato and fennel mash, and steamed green beans.

    It was seriously amazing, and really really easy to prep and cook. I will soooooooooooo be making that again.

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    I do make a seriously good beef stroganoff! Hmm, hungry now.

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    I LOVE beef stroganoff! Nom nom nom

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    Mushroom and paremesan risotto with slow cooked lamb shanks.

    I make a pretty mean lasagne too.

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    I am not the best cook in the world, But this past year, I have been cooking things from scratch.

    I have mastered Minestrone soup, and just recently, a Vegetarian style fried rice.

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    I LURVE cooking.... getting some great ideas from this thread!

    As for summery dishes, my signature would have to be Chicken Caesar Salad.... Most who eat at our house will ask for it, and neither DH or I ever order it out anymore as it usually disappoints.

    Risotto is probably another.

    Oh and my Pork, Pear and Camembert Salad. YUM! (Pork belly roasted, then sliced, rocket, sliced fresh pear, Camembert or Parmesan, walnuts drizzled with a plum and balsamic warm sauce)

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    I'm making Lasagne this weekend... the thing I love about it though is that you make it big enough so that you get atleast 2 meals out of it- so I make it once a month, and can usually get 3 meals out of it over the course of the month.


    Opti- how do you make soups in your wok? Is it a traditional wok or electric one?

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    Seeded mustard and parmesan coated lamb cutlets with mushroom sauce on sweet potato mash.

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    Sweet potato, pine nut and rocket salad.

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    Mine is Beef stragonoff too. So many yummy recipes on here. I make a lot of beef casseroles and pasta bake dishes. Anything that's easy to cook with a clingy 3 month old!


 

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