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    Here goes, French Onion soup that I am quite proud of. Had a local place that makes by far the best tasting I have ever had. This batch came out almost the exact same, with a little less salty flavor which makes it nice for a meal vs a starter. The HHH made this super enjoyable. Note no cheese due to my wife being allergic to dairy.



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    Senior Member Mrmnms's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by xueqi89 View Post
    i guess i will share something too

    this is "Live Uni (Sea Urchin)" look at there size


    Oysters with sauce on them


    Spicy tuna tartar

    will take some more picture in future and share.
    All looks great, love the uni.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jvanis View Post
    Here goes, French Onion soup that I am quite proud of.
    French onion soup is my all time favorite. I order it whenever I see it on the menu wherever I am. Yours looks great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny.B.Good View Post
    French onion soup is my all time favorite. I order it whenever I see it on the menu wherever I am. Yours looks great!
    Ditto about the french onion soup Johnny. Can we get a recipe posted?
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    Not super fancy. Basically a vague take on the Polish dish Bigos. A stew of sausages, bacon, cabbage, ginger wine and a load of other things. Tasted great, this is definitely one I'll do again

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    Mmm i love bigos, yours looks great. Its really good with potatoes as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    Salty,

    That is an awesome picture. Just wondering how you chose the brand of beer.

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    +1 Looks perfect for the next party. May I ask how long and at what temp one would cook beer can cornish hens like that?

    Stefan

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    Last nights supper. Nothing fancy but very yummy. Made my own low carb BBQ sauce, low carb jalapeño corn muffins and low carb macaroni salad. I was pretty proud of myself


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    Looks quite delicious. But "low carb macaroni salad" sounds like an oxymoron. There's such a thing as low carb macaroni?

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    Quote Originally Posted by larrybard View Post
    Looks quite delicious. But "low carb macaroni salad" sounds like an oxymoron. There's such a thing as low carb macaroni?
    I use dreamfields pasta. 5g digestible carbs per serving. There's some controversy over that claim but it's the only pasta that doesn't send my glucose levels into orbit. I only had a 12 point raise in my blood sugar reading and that was for the whole plate plus another muffin. Not too shabby.

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