Thick cut T bone steak, cooked medium rare; cheesy rich twice baked potatoes; bbqed corn on cob (not pictured) and fresh made simple salad, that’s our dinner for this special day.
Happy 4th of July!
Humble and tasty.
Pictures clockwise from top left, had precooked millet in a rice cooker before the first step.
1. In cast iron pan, saute chopped 1 sweet onion, sliced carrots, 8 cloves of garlic, 2 tsp brown sugar, a bit of mustard in beef fat then add in meats from 6 baked ($375 for an hour) chicken drumsticks, precooked millet, some parsley; chicken bouillon and curry powder, salt to taste. Add chicken stock when its dry.
2. Transfer to nonstick pan, add corn, spinach, finish cooking. Reheat before serving.
After the portrait was taken, Alan helped this big guy across the street to a pond on the other side.
At a friend’s home, she made an awesome display, also introduced me to several authentic Spanish dishes – Queso Frito (Dominican Fried Cheese); Mangu (boiled plantains served with onions); Steamed Yuca, all tasted fantastic! Look the piles on my plate!
Dress up for dinner at Columbia restaurant.
The show was great!