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Entries in Home Cooking (25)

Sunday
Jun062004

Curry Rice

I made this the other day with the help of this recipe on AskMefi.


ground beef, mushrooms, onions, garlic, with curry rice ground beef, mushrooms, onions, garlic, with curry rice Looked easy enough to make and wasn't sure what to expect. The rice is just normal rice with a little curry powder thrown into the rice cooker. I thought it was pretty good, and it got some favorable reviews. I plan on trying quite a few recipes from that thread... looks like a lot of good easy stuff.
Saturday
May292004

A1 Steak

Our place is really clean now and there's a lot more cooking going on. Threw some cheap steaks in the broiler the other night.


steak with A1 sauce, spinach, rice Smothered it with A1 and cooked it in the oven on broil... actually turned out pretty good. Steak is not hard to make though. Probably gonna start making them more.
Wednesday
May192004

Marc's Pot Roast

We're back from Montreal now. Marc made pot roast the other night...


pot roast pot roast Good stuff. He thinks the meat was too soft but it was fine with me. I look forward to mooching off more home cooking in the future.
Saturday
Feb212004

Flank Steak

Had a busy week so I didn't get to update. Anyway, here is what I cooked for V-Day...


the arthur hungry kitchen the arthur hungry kitchen


penne rigate with a vodka tomato cream sauce penne rigate with a vodka tomato cream sauce


marinated flank steak, sauteed spinach marinated flank steak, sauteed spinach


finale cheesecake finale cheesecake I used a recipe from Food Network for the pasta (From 30 Minute Meals) and a Boston Globe recipe for the steak. The sauce for the pasta was pretty much just shallots, garlic, tomatoes, chicken stock, vodka, and some heavy cream. The steak was marinated in olive oil, red wine, garlic, scallions, rosemary, mustard, brown sugar, and orange zest. It turned out pretty damn good if you ask me... The cheesecake I bought from Finale (expensive!) but it tasted pretty good too.
Thursday
Jan222004

A Few Pastas

Happy Chinese New Year all. Another post of food from SF - I'm almost done, I swear. I had lunch with my dad, and he made a couple of pastas using some jarred stuff he got in Italy.


tagliarini with sugo al cinghiale tagliarini with sugo al cinghiale


tagliarini with crema di porcini e tartufo bianchetto and chopped black truffles tagliarini with crema di porcini e tartufo bianchetto and chopped black truffles He used some fresh tagliarini from AG Ferrari in Laurel Village. "Sugo al cinghiale" means boar sauce. I actually liked it a lot... a little tangy with some small bites of boar meat. The truffle one used a cream thing from a jar and also some chopped truffles from a jar (albeit small jars... not sure what to call em). It actually tasted better than the whole truffles in water that my dad got off the shelf.