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    Did a guest Chef thing last night at the Walker Art Center here in Minneapolis. Great museum and a gorgeous building by Herzog & de Meuron. One of the dishes and a shot of the building. One of my favorite places in Minneapolis. The restaurant space is the lower window bay going out to the left. It overlooks downtown.
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    Teriyaki Burger and a new knife.


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    Just plain good. Chicken roasted over sauteed onions, celery, garlic, thyme, lemon zest, pepper flakes, lemon juice; on top of old french bread in a cast iron skillet. With my favorite parsnip, roasted garlic, yukon gold mash.





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    Pork butt and pumpkin roll

    Dinner at home tonight was smoked for two hours, then finished on a spit in the fire: whiskey peppered pork butt with puree of carrot, parsnip, and butterball potato, with white wine braised green beans. Intermezzo was shaved pear ice. Dessert was pecan pumpkin roll.

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    Oat bread

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ID:	19273Tried this oat bread recipe off the back of an oat bag. The only thing I did different was I baked it in a covered cast iron dutch oven for the first 12 minutes, and extended the advised baking time by an extra 20 minutes. Home oven. Pretty tasty. Crust has an unusual flaky crispiness to it reminiscent of a cracker almost.
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    Potato leek soup with grilled onion sage flatbread.



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    That sage bread sounds righteous
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    BBQ

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    Tbones, salmon belly, pork riblets.
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    I want that grill.
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    You probably want something better. This was the $200 special at wally world which my friend "forgot" at my house so Ive been seasoning it for him for the past year.
    Amat Victoria Curam Fortune favors the prepared.
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