Authoritah's Kitchen, Part Deux

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Ji m G ei ge r

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Sep 25, 2001, 8:28:08 PM9/25/01
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Tonight on the menu was:

Jack Daniel's/ lemon / fresh rosemary and pepper marinated salmon steaks (8 oz,
each) - cooked on the grill

Italian veggies - cut yellow squash, zucchini, tomato, red onion, red bell
pepper drizzled with olive oil and topped with fresh oregano, basil, black
pepper and crushed garlic, a sqeeze or two of lemon juice, a bit of crushed sea
salt and grated parmesan cheese...grilled in a foil packet for about 20
minutes.

garlic bread w/ mozzerella cheese

a nice Pinot Grigio

and a chocolate decadence for dessert.

"that's some serious gourmet shit..."

See?... I don't just do southern cuisine. :)


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Godhateseveryone

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Sep 25, 2001, 8:43:26 PM9/25/01
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>Subject: Authoritah's Kitchen, Part Deux
>From: bigdadd...@aol.commonsense ( Ji m G ei ge r )
>Date: 9/25/2001 5:28 PM Pacific Daylight Time
>Message-id: <20010925202808...@mb-fo.aol.com>

>
>Tonight on the menu was:
>
>Jack Daniel's/ lemon / fresh rosemary and pepper marinated salmon steaks (8
>oz,
>each) - cooked on the grill
>
>Italian veggies - cut yellow squash, zucchini, tomato, red onion, red bell
>pepper drizzled with olive oil and topped with fresh oregano, basil, black
>pepper and crushed garlic, a sqeeze or two of lemon juice, a bit of crushed
>sea
>salt and grated parmesan cheese...grilled in a foil packet for about 20
>minutes.
>
>garlic bread w/ mozzerella cheese
>
>a nice Pinot Grigio
>
>and a chocolate decadence for dessert.
>
>"that's some serious gourmet shit..."
>
>See?... I don't just do southern cuisine. :)

The LIAR's real dinner, Spam and Tater Tots.

The Professor

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Sep 25, 2001, 8:52:22 PM9/25/01
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What? No sawmill gravy on that? ;)

The Professor (wings and cajun steak tonight - out, however)

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e2

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" Ji m G ei ge r " <bigdadd...@aol.commonsense> wrote in message
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> Tonight on the menu was:
<SNIP>

Party at Jim's house!


Ji m G ei ge r

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Sep 25, 2001, 9:51:24 PM9/25/01
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e2 wrote:

>Party at Jim's house!

hmmm...I got a whole pork loin in the freezer...I could do something with
that... stuffed chops and green bean almondine, anyone?

Somebody bring some Santa Rita or Conch y Toro chardonnay to go with it (hint,
Javi).

Javier

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Sep 25, 2001, 9:43:07 PM9/25/01
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In alt.music.rush The Professor <sgho...@aol.comrade> rambled thus:
: What? No sawmill gravy on that? ;)

: The Professor (wings and cajun steak tonight - out, however)

I'm having... leftovers!!! No wait, there is nothing left anymore... ugh!

This is atonement for sunday lunch... my brother just got in from the US
(he was in Cuba for the WTC attacks, had a merry time trying to get him back)
and we did empanadas... mmmmmm chilean empanadas RULE! I must have eaten five
or six of those buggers! (each one is like 20cm x 10 cm x 4cm)

(empanada: It's a preparation of fine chopped or ground beef w/onion and
spices, fried... then add boiled egg, 1 black olive and a couple of raisins...
liberal application of ají rojo (hot peppers paste) optional, and that is
used for filling "envelopes" of dough, wich are then baked... hmmmm)

If you ever come here, try to get someone local to get you some *good*
empanadas (it's typical food, in september, wich is the motherland's month,
you can find them anywhere) because BAD empanadas suck very very much... like
when the cook goes cheap and his filling is more onion than meat...

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Sep 25, 2001, 9:57:47 PM9/25/01
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OHHHH How cute a make believe party at Jim's house with the whole AMR DINK
Klan. Well a pretend party for a person who live's a pretend life, how
fitting.

e2

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Sep 25, 2001, 10:01:00 PM9/25/01
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"Javier" <jago...@dcc.uchile.cl.com> wrote in message
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> In alt.music.rush The Professor <sgho...@aol.comrade> rambled thus:

> This is atonement for sunday lunch... my brother just got in from the US


> (he was in Cuba for the WTC attacks, had a merry time trying to get him
back)
> and we did empanadas... mmmmmm chilean empanadas RULE! I must have eaten
five
> or six of those buggers! (each one is like 20cm x 10 cm x 4cm)


I can't remember the last time I had a good empanada. You're making me
homesick for Miami.


Bastard Bear

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Sep 25, 2001, 10:03:37 PM9/25/01
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Ji m G ei ge r wrote:
>
> Tonight on the menu was:
>
> Jack Daniel's/ lemon / fresh rosemary and pepper marinated salmon steaks (8 oz,
> each) - cooked on the grill
>
> Italian veggies - cut yellow squash, zucchini, tomato, red onion, red bell
> pepper drizzled with olive oil and topped with fresh oregano, basil, black
> pepper and crushed garlic, a sqeeze or two of lemon juice, a bit of crushed sea
> salt and grated parmesan cheese...grilled in a foil packet for about 20
> minutes.
>
> garlic bread w/ mozzerella cheese
>
> a nice Pinot Grigio
>
> and a chocolate decadence for dessert.

I never eat dessert ... it's kind of like admitting the first 2/3
courses weren't good enough :-)=

> "that's some serious gourmet shit..."
>
> See?... I don't just do southern cuisine. :)

Cooking *is* ma thang ... all I would have changed is the loss of the
Pinot Grigio ... the most overrated wine in Christendom ... try some NZ
Cloudy Bay or Delegates ... otherwise cool :-)=
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Javier

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Sep 25, 2001, 10:18:17 PM9/25/01
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: Somebody bring some Santa Rita or Conch y Toro chardonnay to go with it (hint,
: Javi).

I'd be delighted... :)

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Dog: (Barks)
Homer: Damn Right!

Ji m G ei ge r

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Sep 25, 2001, 11:20:12 PM9/25/01
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>Cooking *is* ma thang ... all I would have changed is the loss of the
>Pinot Grigio ... the most overrated wine in Christendom ... try some NZ
>Cloudy Bay or Delegates ... otherwise cool :-)=
>--
>Bastard Bear

Wasn't trying to be snobby with the wine.
I know it's not as world class as some seem to think.
But it *does* go great with salmon.

Ji m G ei ge r

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Sep 25, 2001, 11:32:50 PM9/25/01
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>
>Wasn't trying to be snobby with the wine.
>I know it's not as world class as some seem to think.
>But it *does* go great with salmon.
>

...and besides...the Chilean Pinot Grigio's are better than any Euro versions
I've had.

e2

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Sep 26, 2001, 1:26:09 AM9/26/01
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" Ji m G ei ge r " <bigdadd...@aol.commonsense> wrote in message
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> >

> >
>
> ...and besides...the Chilean Pinot Grigio's are better than any Euro
versions
> I've had.

Jim, I'm a big fan of Chilean wine, but haven't stumbled upon a good Chilean
Pinot Grigio. Can you recommend a label?


Ji m G ei ge r

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Sep 26, 2001, 2:01:48 AM9/26/01
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>Jim, I'm a big fan of Chilean wine, but haven't stumbled upon a good Chilean
>Pinot Grigio. Can you recommend a label?

See if you can hunt down a bottle of Santa Margherita `99.

That seems to be the one that gets high marks.

Pinot Grigio, IMO is a nice alternative to the usual California chardonnay.

e2

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Sep 26, 2001, 2:11:49 AM9/26/01
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" Ji m G ei ge r " <bigdadd...@aol.commonsense> wrote in message
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> >Jim, I'm a big fan of Chilean wine, but haven't stumbled upon a good
Chilean
> >Pinot Grigio. Can you recommend a label?
>
> See if you can hunt down a bottle of Santa Margherita `99.
>
> That seems to be the one that gets high marks.
>
> Pinot Grigio, IMO is a nice alternative to the usual California
chardonnay.

Gracias!


Daniel McConnell

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Sep 26, 2001, 11:28:18 AM9/26/01
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I had man-food last night.
Polish sausages in skillet with one chopped onion and
6-8oz of Rogue Shakespeare Stout.
Cover and cook on med-low for about 30-45 minutes, turning sausages
variously to get even doneness and prevent burning.
Man - onions and sausage caramelized in dark beer.


Ji m G ei ge r

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Sep 26, 2001, 1:32:56 PM9/26/01
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Daniel McConnell wrote:

>I had man-food last night.
>Polish sausages in skillet with one chopped onion and
>6-8oz of Rogue Shakespeare Stout.
>Cover and cook on med-low for about 30-45 minutes,

Good stuff...I would probably substitute a strong ale for the stout, and then
eat the sausage and onions on a poppyseed bun with sauerkraut and some deli
mustard.

We may need to start an amr cookbook.

Dan Iwerks

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Sep 26, 2001, 2:29:15 PM9/26/01
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Ji m G ei ge r wrote in message
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>Daniel McConnell wrote:
>
>>I had man-food last night.
>>Polish sausages in skillet with one chopped onion and
>>6-8oz of Rogue Shakespeare Stout.
>>Cover and cook on med-low for about 30-45 minutes,
>
>Good stuff...I would probably substitute a strong ale for the stout, and
then
>eat the sausage and onions on a poppyseed bun with sauerkraut and some deli
>mustard.
>
>We may need to start an amr cookbook.

Not a bad idea. I make a mean four-cheese shrimp and spinach lasagna with a
bechamel sauce, along with plenty o' others.
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Ji m G ei ge r

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Sep 26, 2001, 2:36:05 PM9/26/01
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Dan Iwerks wrote:

>Not a bad idea. I make a mean four-cheese shrimp and spinach lasagna with a
>bechamel sauce, along with plenty o' others.

Woo yeah... keep talkin, dude.
Just don't mention "penis" while discussing the ingredients.

Daniel McConnell

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Sep 26, 2001, 3:15:38 PM9/26/01
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On 26 Sep 2001, Ji m G ei ge r wrote:

> Daniel McConnell wrote:
>
> >I had man-food last night.
> >Polish sausages in skillet with one chopped onion and
> >6-8oz of Rogue Shakespeare Stout.
> >Cover and cook on med-low for about 30-45 minutes,
>
> Good stuff...I would probably substitute a strong ale for the stout, and then
> eat the sausage and onions on a poppyseed bun with sauerkraut and some deli
> mustard.
>

a strong ale or doppelbock. I just happened to have a six of Shakespeare
Stout on hand, and as I was cooking said "hmm, I think I'll pour some of
this in there". worked out great.

> We may need to start an amr cookbook.
>

very cool.


The Professor

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Sep 26, 2001, 7:02:04 PM9/26/01
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"Daniel McConnell" <dsmc...@linc.cis.upenn.edu> wrote in message
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This explains the air quality alert in the Central plains yesterday....

The Professor (Polish sausage kill me)


George Rogic

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Sep 26, 2001, 7:53:39 PM9/26/01
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The Professor wrote on 9/26/01 7:02 PM:

> This explains the air quality alert in the Central plains yesterday....

An ill wind comes... from the central plains...

Red Alert...

Red Alert...

Dan Iwerks

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Sep 27, 2001, 8:47:49 AM9/27/01
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George Rogic wrote in message ...

A Rush reference in a thread on flatulence? That's dedication.

Dan Iwerks

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Sep 27, 2001, 9:10:15 AM9/27/01
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Ji m G ei ge r wrote in message
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>Dan Iwerks wrote:
>
>>Not a bad idea. I make a mean four-cheese shrimp and spinach lasagna with
a
>>bechamel sauce, along with plenty o' others.
>
>Woo yeah... keep talkin, dude.
>Just don't mention "penis" while discussing the ingredients.

What, you can talk about cooking bacon naked, but my genitalia's off limit?
Dang.

Lessee . . . Saturday night I took a mix of squid, cuttlefish, and imitation
crab I picked up at the Korean grocery up the street and marinated it in
some garlic, soy, chili paste, and ginger, then stir-fried it with onion, a
couple cayennes from the garden, some fresh basil (from the garden), and
bunches more garlic and chili paste, along with some other stuff I can't
remember. Very hot, very good.

How about sirloin marinated in garlic, ginger, rice wine, lime, and minced
jalapeno, with slices of jalapeno stuck into cuts in the steak? Let it
marinate for a few hours, cook it over very high heat to sear it outside,
pretty much raw inside. Serve with roasted jalapenos, and listen to your
wife complain because it's way the hell too hot for her.

I used to like to cook. Then I married someone who loved to cook. So now
we cook real food every night. Mmmmmmm . . . tonight's gonna be wraps with
a couscous salad filling and a bean and thai pepper salsa. Lookin' forward
to dinner.

paul

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Sep 27, 2001, 11:42:32 AM9/27/01
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Iwerks wrote...

>>Red Alert...
>
>A Rush reference in a thread on flatulence? That's dedication.

Nope...that's *entertainment*

(atmospheric disturbance)

paul
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Oct 18, 2001, 12:16:31 AM10/18/01
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whar's the dayam fraud-okra?
sheeeut.

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Jim Geiger

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>whar's the dayam fraud-okra?
>sheeeut.
>
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It's pronounced "`O-kree", city boy. :P

You need a recipe for it?...cuz I've got one.


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Oct 18, 2001, 9:29:40 AM10/18/01
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On 18 Oct 2001, Jim Geiger wrote:

>
>
>It's pronounced "`O-kree", city boy. :P
>
>You need a recipe for it?...cuz I've got one.
>
>

I love fried okra. Of course, my wife claims that I'd eat dog shit if it
were fried!

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Cygnia

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Oct 18, 2001, 3:37:25 PM10/18/01
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> >It's pronounced "`O-kree", city boy. :P
> >
> >You need a recipe for it?...cuz I've got one.
> >
> >
> I love fried okra. Of course, my wife claims that I'd eat dog shit if it
> were fried!

I can't do okra, man...just seems to taste slimy and soapy...:P

Those fried tasso ham, cheese and rice balls on the other hand...:)
Boudam, I think they're called....

--cygnia, on a borrowed account, on borrowed time....

Jim Geiger

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Oct 18, 2001, 3:47:09 PM10/18/01
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Cygnia wrote:

>Those fried tasso ham, cheese and rice balls on the other hand...:)
>Boudam, I think they're called....

Are you thinking of boudain?

Boudain is a cajun sausage thats ground and with rice and spices and stuffed
into natural casings and may get additional flavor from a smokehouse.

The boudain balls (hu-hu-huh) that you had were deep fried and may have had
cheese in them. I've seen boudain stuffed into jalapenos, which are then
breaded and deep-fried.

Boudain is pretty good, probably an aquired taste for most people...but I like
andouille sausage, better...epecially in gumbos, beans & rice, and etoufee.

Jim Geiger

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Oct 18, 2001, 3:54:34 PM10/18/01
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I wrote:

>Boudain is a cajun sausage thats ground and with rice and spices and stuffed
>into natural casings and may get additional flavor from a smokehouse.

...and not to be confused with French/Alsatian boudain which is a really gross
black blood ppudding with carrots and potatos mashed in. X^O##*`

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