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    Jamaican jerk chicken wings. Nice kick without being overwhelmingly spicy.
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    cauliflower bake with greens.
    it's basically a cross between a gratin and a shepherd's pie but all vegan and gluten free. i used kale, cabbage and leeks for the greens, and you sweat them with tamari and mirin and you can add garlic if you want. the topping is steamed cauliflower, cashews and nutritional yeast blitzed into a cream. you pour it over the veggies and stick it in the oven and the topping browns on top and it's this cheesy creamy stuff on top of the greens. plus there are a million variations you could do with it.

    a friend gave me amy chaplin's whole food cookbooks for my birthday and i've been trying out a bunch of recipes and they're amazing so far. i don't know if chalet ever comes into this thread but she'd like these books if she doesn't already have them.
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    That sounds delicious even though I don't do vegan and gluten free stuff. I'm going to look for a recipe.
    I'm eating homemade tamales that one of my sil's co-workers made for me because I helped her husband by getting him his certified court records for immigration. They are delicious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHELLEE View Post
    That sounds delicious even though I don't do vegan and gluten free stuff. I'm going to look for a recipe.
    I'm eating homemade tamales that one of my sil's co-workers made for me because I helped her husband by getting him his certified court records for immigration. They are delicious.
    it's online!
    https://www.today.com/recipes/caulif...recipe-t171590

    eta: the book also makes that note about having to add extra water if you're using a food processor but that's what i used and i didn't have to add any water, i just started with the cashews and oil and yeast, then added the cauliflower.

    i'm pretty strict about gluten (or i try to be) for health reasons but i'm not vegetarian or vegan either. these days most of what i make at home is plant-based but i'll make chicken or fish once a week and that's enough for a few meals, and i will never give up cheese.
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    Keto brownies - made from a brownie mix by Keto & Co. Sugar free, grain free, not too sweet. They're pretty good and don't trigger the urge to eat the whole pan.
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    Bratwurst with a side of elote chips and chocolate mayonnaise cake for dessert.

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    a crunchy sour dill pickle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KrisNine View Post
    ^^Yum! I love cabbage. Being German/Irish/Polish, it's a given.
    Haha! You're right that it's genetic.
    Most of my family are applying for our Austrian citizenship (my mum & my aunt are actually originally Austrian as their father wasn't naturalised until well after their birth - like when my mum was 10 or so...) and we have *multiple* favourite cabbage dishes.
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    a crunchy sour dill pickle.
    Aw man that sounds so good.

    The recent polish pickles I've had have been soft & not crunchy

    It's Saturday morning here so I am eating bacon.

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    mmmm bacon.

    these pickles are local and consistently good. and local!

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    Joan Crawford ate pickles to control her appetite.

    There's a joke in there somewhere, but I haven't had my morning coffee yet to figure it out.
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    I am eating a crustless bacon, egg, and cheese quiche made by Bill Clintons former chef when he was the governor of Arkansas. It's delicious. Chef lives down here and he does weekly meal plans that you can order. His food is really good.
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    A fresh Avocado off of my friends tree. I sliced it and put a vinaigrette, salt, and pepper. Damn Hurricane Irma for taking my Avocado tree out! I don't care about the 2 mango trees that she took out though.
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    late late breakfast of almond yogurt, blueberries and granola.
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    horseradish and mustard cheddar, pickled green tomatoes and GF crackers.
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