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Paella...Satyr style....
Not ready yet...it needs 20 minutes, more, to absorb the juices.

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Did some improv. as usual.

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Baked potato, with the works, Greek pea soup (fasolada), and garlic bread.
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Indian-style Red-Lentil Soup...with a Costa twist...

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Schnitzel (pork)

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I have an adventure for you that involves a lot of couscous and onions and cream...

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Lyssa wrote:
I have an adventure for you that involves a lot of couscous and onions and cream...

I don't use food in sex.

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Baked potato, with the works, Greek pea soup (fasolada), and garlic bread.
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Gibs me.
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Soup du jour, Minestrone a la Satyr:

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Bon apetit, a moi

Tastes better than it looks ...sort of like its maker.

My digestion loves hot soup, especially a vegetable bouillo, stocked with root vegetables for my mind.
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PostSubject: Re: Satyr's Culinary Adventures Satyr's Culinary Adventures - Page 2 EmptyFri Nov 07, 2014 9:23 am

Vietnamese fresh spring-rolls...

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My first attempt.
Clumsily made. I tried to stuff too much ingredient into the delicate rice-wrap.

Pumpkin seeds, bean sprouts, shrimp, lettuce, cucumber, rice noodles...now I have to figure something out for a dip.

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PostSubject: Re: Satyr's Culinary Adventures Satyr's Culinary Adventures - Page 2 EmptyFri Nov 07, 2014 9:41 am

It looks fresh.

Dipping sauces...

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I like it with tangy black bean sauce.

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Schnitzel is very heavy. This looks very light.
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My digestion loves hot soup, especially a vegetable bouillo, stocked with root vegetables for my mind.


Depends on what kind of mind you want. Calm / Energetic / Inert... and foods accordingly.

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PostSubject: Re: Satyr's Culinary Adventures Satyr's Culinary Adventures - Page 2 EmptyFri Nov 07, 2014 9:51 am

It looked perfect to me, though I hope he brined that pork.

I made bouillabaisse last night, with rouille on a fresh baguette.
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Lyssa wrote:
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My digestion loves hot soup, especially a vegetable bouillo, stocked with root vegetables for my mind.


Depends on what kind of mind you want. Calm / Energetic / Inert... and foods accordingly.

I want a mind that can make sense of what I see and think and act energically and confidently with what I observe. I'm afraid foods can't increase my potential, but only definably, within limited parameters, influence it.


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My digestion loves hot soup, especially a vegetable bouillo, stocked with root vegetables for my mind.


Depends on what kind of mind you want. Calm / Energetic / Inert... and foods accordingly.

I want a mind that can make sense of what I see and think and act energically and confidently with what I observe. I'm afraid foods can't increase my potential, but only definably, within limited parameters, influence it.




'I am what I eat and how I eat it.' Foods can certainly dull, blunt and damage your potential as the history of MSG and such similar have shown.

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Lyssa wrote:
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Lyssa wrote:
Supra-Aryanist wrote:


My digestion loves hot soup, especially a vegetable bouillo, stocked with root vegetables for my mind.


Depends on what kind of mind you want. Calm / Energetic / Inert... and foods accordingly.

I want a mind that can make sense of what I see and think and act energically and confidently with what I observe. I'm afraid foods can't increase my potential, but only definably, within limited parameters, influence it.




'I am what I eat and how I eat it.' Foods can certainly dull, blunt and damage your potential as the history of MSG and such similar have shown.

Good thing I have an aversion to anything fishy. Wink
On a mental level it makes sense. Physico-chemically, though, we first overcome, denature, foreign substance through digestion and then make into our own, individualizing it.
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Don't know what to call this...

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It's fish, over veggies, over rice, baked.

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Pork belly, brined overnight with herbs and braised for 6h at low temperature to completely render the fat, served over fall greens (kale, chard, spinach) sauteed with olive oil and meyer lemon, and buttered fingerling potatoes.
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Pork belly, brined overnight with herbs and braised for 6h at low temperature to completely render the fat, served over fall greens (kale, chard, spinach) sauteed with olive oil and meyer lemon, and buttered fingerling potatoes.

Autumnal greens and taters look good.
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Something simple and fast...
Penne and Broschetta

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Satyr wrote:
Something simple and fast...
Penne and Broschetta

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Italiana. What kind of sauce do you have on the Penne?
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Homemade vegetarian...tomato, onions, garlic, oregano, and other spices.

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Bamboo shoots and calamari....Satyr style.

Vegetables, spices, and my new cookware.

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Tamarind soup (fish)
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Butter Chicken - still reducing....Basmati rice on the side, of course

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Lamb Shanks, made Gordon Ramsay spicy... and slow-cooked (3 hrs) to perfection.

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With a side dish of Greek lemon potatoes (not shown), and a yogurt, mint, sauce, as a dip.

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Sesame Beef and Broccoli.

I got a bit heavy-handed with the greenery in the end.

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Clam Chowder

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With the leftover corn I added beats, from last night, and oyster mushrooms, my favourites.
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Tomato soup.

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Tomatoes, onions, garlic, some spinach, but you can use basil, baked pureed and then in a pot with seasoning to your taste.

Potatoes and Spinach puree
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Potatoes, baked or boiled...sautes onions....spinach blanched, garlic, chili, butter.
Puree spinach after blanching, with garlic chili, salt pepper, olive oil.
Cook potatoes and then in a pan with butter, saute onion, add potatoes and then spinach puree.


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Bacon, and maple syrup, French Canadian style, onions, carrots, cumin, garlic, ginger, radish, paprika, chicken stock.

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Pepper Steak with cognac sauce...

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Beef Stew...

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