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1 year 5 months ago #626919 by Kenta
There you go again, talking about yummy food.  I'm still thinking about making bread from the last time you spoke about it! :) 


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1 year 5 months ago - 1 year 5 months ago #627019 by GaryA

Kenta wrote: There you go again, talking about yummy food.  I'm still thinking about making bread from the last time you spoke about it! :) 


something like this?
Make: Apple
Model: iPhone 6 Plus
Lens: iPhone 6 Plus back camera 4.15mm f/2.2
ISO: 125
Aperture: f/2.2
Shutter speed: 1/8 sec
Captured: Fri, 14 Dec 2018 17:00pm

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Make: Apple
Model: iPhone 6 Plus
Lens: iPhone 6 Plus back camera 4.15mm f/2.2
ISO: 125
Aperture: f/2.2
Shutter speed: 1/8 sec
Captured: Mon, 14 Jan 2019 17:03pm

What Gary likes about making his breads is that you have the opportunity to add a ton of stuff.

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1 year 5 months ago #627020 by GaryA
Sadly, Gary had to toss out some pesto he made ... not too long ago.  Typically, pesto lasts a long time.  Gary has always wondered how one could tell when pesto go bad ... fortunately the mold is white.  :P

Today, maybe more replacement pesto and bread ... Gary is out of bread.

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1 year 5 months ago #627063 by JaneK
Turn it into some cheese :rofl:

Speaking of which are you a cheese person?


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1 year 5 months ago #627070 by Jason Stevens
My wife makes a killer mac and cheese from scratch.  

Hmmmmm

Might need to put in a request


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1 year 5 months ago #627078 by GaryA

JaneK wrote: Turn it into some cheese :rofl:

Speaking of which are you a cheese person?


Gary loves cheese.  Unlike Europe and the UK, really really good cheeses are a bit difficult to find. 

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1 year 5 months ago #627080 by GaryA

Jason Stevens wrote: My wife makes a killer mac and cheese from scratch.  

Hmmmmm

Might need to put in a request


mmmmmmmmmhhhh Mac & Cheese.  (Gary makes his own pasta. Not that he’s being competitive or anything ... ;) )

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1 year 5 months ago #627102 by Nefarious
You talking about sauce or the actual pasta?


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1 year 5 months ago #627211 by Toby J
Making pasta from scratch is a time consuming process.  I wish I had the time, my mother used to make home made pasta and it was the best.  It look a while and made a little bit more mess than pouring out of the box.  But boy, was it good!  


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1 year 5 months ago #627241 by Ian Stone
Yeah, we pasta sounds a little heavy right now.  But sounds good.  Do you all cook in or cook out more? 


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1 year 5 months ago - 1 year 5 months ago #627301 by GaryA

Nefarious wrote: You talking about sauce or the actual pasta?


Both :) .  Gary uses a machine to flatten and cut the dough into different types of noodles.

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1 year 5 months ago #627302 by GaryA

Toby J wrote: Making pasta from scratch is a time consuming process.  I wish I had the time, my mother used to make home made pasta and it was the best.  It look a while and made a little bit more mess than pouring out of the box.  But boy, was it good!  


Usually, Gary uses wheat flour for his pastas ... which is healthier than bleached flour.  

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1 year 5 months ago #627303 by GaryA

Ian Stone wrote: Yeah, we pasta sounds a little heavy right now.  But sounds good.  Do you all cook in or cook out more? 


Gary used to eat out four to five days a week.  Since Gary has started cooking ... really cooking good stuff (food significantly better than hamburgers and hot dogs), he has reversed that ratio to now eating home four to five times a week.  

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1 year 5 months ago #627304 by GaryA
On the spaghetti sauce, Gary has around 16 different varieties of tomatoes and tons of herbs and peppers for his sauce.  When the backyard tomatoes are low, Gary will pickup sauces from the store, then augment the store sauce with tomatoes and herbs from the yard.

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1 year 5 months ago #627307 by Overread
Reminds me of growing up.  Nice to have garden with fresh herbs and such.  Fresh herbs brings foods alive in ways no store bought can do.  


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