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Caples Lake is formed by damming the waters of Caples Creek. Caples Dam and Caples Lake is one of the 297 lakes and reservoirs found within Eldorado National Forest. On clear days such as this, Caples Lake is a favorite spot for fishermen and boaters. This picture was taken from a narrow metal walkway constructed across the span of Caples Dam. This is on Highway 88, close to the ski resort of Kirkwood, CA.
Aca es la primer parada del sendero que sigue el rio Caples. La mayor parte de la caminata es por un valle tranqui como este, salvo el cruce al rio Greenstone.
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His larger arm, a ball joint was added at the elbow, allowing free range and articulation in that arm.
The Alclad Treatment
I neglected the cardinal rule of Alclad - sanding and polishing to ensure a smooth surface. Of course, with raised surface detail, the Fail Dauntless would've been pretty much impossible to sand well anyway.
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EASY PEANUT BUTTER COOKIES 3 INGREDIENTS - COOKIES 3 IN
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Easy Peanut Butter Cookies 3 Ingredients
Nutella Breakfast Pastry
•All Purpose Flour (about a tablespoon)
•1 can Refrigerated crescent dinner rolls (6 rolls)
•1/2 cup Nutella®
•1/3 cup creamy peanut butter
•1-2 firm ripe bananas
•1 egg white, beaten
•1 tablespoon sugar mixed with 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1.Heat oven to 170°C (350°F). Line cookie sheet with foil and lightly spray with cooking spray
2.Sprinkle flour lightly on sheet of waxed paper. Unroll dough on floured paper into 1 long rectangle; press perforations to seal. Cover with another sheet of waxed paper; with rolling pin, roll to make 18x9-inch rectangle.
3.Spread peanut butter over rectangle to within 1 inch of edges. Spread Nutella over peanut butter (Tip: You can slightly heat these in the microwave for easier spreading)
4.Cut bananas into about 1/8-inch slices; arrange slices with sides touching in 2 rows down the center of the Nutella spread.
5.Fold short ends over 1-inch. Then, beginning on one long side of rectangle, roll up tightly. Pinch edge of dough to seal. Place seam side down on foil-lined cookie sheet.
6.Brush with egg white and sprinkle with cinnamon-sugar.
7.Bake 20 to 25 minutes or until deep golden brown. Immediately transfer pastry on foil to cooling rack. Cool 30 minutes.
8.Loosely wrap foil around pastry; refrigerate 30 minutes to 1 hour or until chilled. (Tip: I make mine the night before)
9.To serve, cut into 1-inch slices. (Tip: A serrated knife works best.)
10.Wrap and refrigerate any remaining pastry.
I'm Working on Becoming Fully Vegan...
and really love cookies. sooo!! Vegan cookies to the rescue!
- it isn't hard being a Vegan after awhile
- i'm not shoving Vegan-ism down your throat. i wish everyone was Vegan. it'd help our morality and our economy a lot. but everyone that i'm close to eats burgers probably daily. so i'm not offended by meat eaters.
- i don't crave meat anymore. and it gets easier. i think being Vegetarian first helped.
- you flush huge, polluting, greedy corporations down the corporal toilet once you realize how much better/healthier/cheaper organic stuff and smaller businesses are. unless it's Jiffy. i love Jiffy. (:
- you're saving tons of animals and making a large dedication to them.
- i love animals a lot more than i love people. so it was really easy for me.
- i have edamame, tofu and greens constantly. they're my favorite foods.
it was my first time making them so they look a little weird in the last picture.
1 1/2 cups flour
1 cup peanut butter
1/4 cup oil
3/4 cups sugar
1 tsp. vanilla
Mix all ingredients in a bowl, roll the dough into 2-inch balls, place on an ungreased cookie sheet, and bake at 400°F for 10 to 12 minutes.
my friend derek arranged the photos for me.
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Kitchen Interior, Palos Verdes Golf Club.
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Image shows interior view of the golf club's kitchen, with an unidentified cook standing at right. Shelves of cookware and several baked pies are visible at left, with sinks below open windows at right. The two-story, eleven-room Spanish-style clubhouse is located at 3301 Via Campesina in Val Monte. The golf course, which was designed by George C. Thomas Jr. and built by William P. Bell, opened on November 15, 1924, with landscaping designed by the Olmsted brothers.
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Pollo En Salsa De Ajo
Chicken in garlic sauce
Recipe courtesy of "The Food of Spain, a journey for food lovers" - Homemade
This was my first venture into creating Spanish dishes thanks to Nancy's cookbook gift. This dish was very flavorful and surprisingly light even with the copious amounts of garlic. It went well with a 2001 Bordeaux.
To boot, it was also my first time using my All Clad cookware. The heat retention and conduction of the pans are absolutely awesome.
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How To Cook Beef Meat
~ Beef with broccoli and oyster sauce ~
Since you've been waiting for such a long time, I've made a few more shots that usual.
For those that hate broccoli, I've been there. But in the end I found a great taste, sweet and little crunchy, if you boil them just right.
I will give you 3 recipes with broccoli and the first one is today.
Boil the broccoli, but do not throw away the water, you will use it to make a soup.
The broccoli you saw yesterday is only for one dish.
~ Beef with broccoli and oyster sauce ~
- 500g beef cut in long stripes;
- 1 tablespoon cornstarch
- 1 teaspoon cornstarch;
- salt & white pepper;
- 3/4 teaspoon sugar;
- 1/8 teaspoon baking powder (baking powder is not baking soda);
- 2 tablespoon oyster sauce;
- 1 tablespoon brawn soy sauce;
- 1 tablespoon light soy sauce;
- 4 tablespoon oil (peanut butter oil if you have);
- 125g broccoli;
- 2 garlic gloves;
- 1 onion chopped;
- 1 tablespoon rice wine.
In a bowl mix the cornstarch, salt, sugar, baking powder and 2 tablespoons of water.
Add the meat and mix well. Let it out for 30' to "rest".
Meanwhile, you can make the sauce.
In another bowl mix the oyster and the soy with the oil (1 tablespoon), the teaspoon cornstarch, white pepper, 2 tablespoon water.
The broccoli. Put them for 3-4 minutes when the water is boiling and then cool them with cold water.
And this was the hard part.
Next you can see most of the action in the images.
Fry the beef in peanut oil (2 tablespoon) for about 3-4 minutes, stir until it changes color. [first image]
Fry the garlic and then the onion in peanut oil (remaining tablespoon), about 5 minutes. [second image]
Add the wine and stir until it's gone.
Add the beef and then the sauce. [images 3 & 4]
Stir until you get a thick sauce.
Add the broccoli and mix. [image 5]
Serve them hot. [image 6]
And you have some bonus images as well. It's the least I can do, since keeping up is quite a challenge for me these days. I'm not sure how many I'll make public. We'll see.
More to come.
1/200 s at f/5.6, ISO 200
spiced beef day 10
For all you spiced-beef trainspotters (beefspotters?) who have been asking me how it's going...it's now been a full week since I put the spice rub on. (The meat is rubbed with sugar for two days before the salt and spices are added.) The roast is much smaller and denser, the muscle fibers more contracted, thanks to the presence of all that salt in the rub.
To answer my pal M's question about whether I can cook and strain those juices to make a pan gravy: honestly, they're so salty and so intensely spiced that you really wouldn't want to. Really, all this beef needs is itself, although I never begrudge anyone a little horseradish cream on the side if they want it. :)
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Yao Mei Fan
1/2 lb chicken/pork sliced thin
Handful dried shitake mushrooms soaked in water 'til soft, sliced thin
Two chinese sausages sliced thin
3 tbsp harmai/haebee/dried shrimp
3 cups rice (uncooked)
3 cloves garlic chopped
1/4 in ginger chopped
light and dark soysauce, chicken stock, sesame oil, ground white pepper
Marinade chicken/pork in light soy sauce, dark soy sauce, sesame oil and white pepper for at least 30 mins. Heat some oil in hot wok over medium high flame. Cook ginger for 30 secs, then add garlic. Cook until fragrant. Add dried shirmp and cook 'til fragrant. Add sliced mushrooms and cook for a few minutes. Then add the sliced chinese sausages and cook. Add the chicken/pork last. Stir fry well 'til meat is no longer pink. Add the uncooked rice, some soy sauce, chicken stock and pepper. Mix thoroughly in wok. Transfer to a rice pot. Add the leftover mushroom water (the liquid that was soaking the mushrooms) and water 'til the rice is just covered with liquid. Cook in rice cooker.
how to make chinese bean rice with fried meat
1.cleaned the beans with water.
2. put some oil into the cooker, when it was heated, it would always make some noise when heating the oil, then put all the beans into the cooker
3.after 3 min, put rice,millet and a little amount of water into the cooker, what u see from the photo above , the yellow ones are the millet, the white ones are the rice, if u only have rice at home, its ok only use the rice instead.
4.when u found out there was no water at all in the cooker, put the fried meat on it, and wait for next 5 min.
enjoy your food :)
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Monster Munch was launched in Britain in 1977, originally produced by Smiths, and advertised as 'The Biggest Snack Pennies Can Buy' (referring to the then-relatively-large size of the crisps) and has been available in Roast Beef, Pickled Onion, Saucy, Bacon, Cheese & Onion, Prawn Cocktail and Salt & Vinegar flavours. Each pack contained a different monster on the front of the packet. There was even a "Monster Munch Club" available at some point during the period where Smiths owned the snack food. Members of the club received a "monster munch munchers" membership pack, which included a membership card, pen, several story books, and a story tape which included six "tall stories" and accompanying songs.
Monster Munch brand was taken over by Walkers in 1995. The monster characters were completely redesigned, and the size of the crisp was reduced. Walkers relaunched the brand with the flavours 'Pickled Onion', 'Flamin' Hot', 'Spaghetti Sauce' and 'Hamburger'. Since then the range of flavours has changed several times. The range currently consists of 'Pickled Onion', 'Roast Beef', 'Chilli Dog' and 'Flamin' Hot.'
Pickled Onion has remained in the selection throughout the years, with Roast Beef appearing in almost every combination. A controversial 'Vanilla Ice Cream' flavour of Monster Munch was launched in 2004 as a limited edition, and was received with mixed reaction. This type of Monster Munch was non-savoury, and contained no salt. In February 2007 Monster Munch were re-launched in new packaging (along with other Walkers brands such as Wotsits and Quavers) to coincide with the new usage of SunSeed oil in their ingredients.
Om nom nom nom nom!
I didn't come up with this idea -- it's all over the web -- but when Daniel's Star of the Week week finally arrived, it was so cute I couldn't pass it up.
I did the frosting with an el cheapo Betty Crocker cake decorating kit I picked up at Bed Bath & Beyond before Christmas. The plastic squeezy containers are so so SO much easier than screwing around with a bag. Oh my God.
The eyeballs are just Wilton candy melts with what I'm sure you can tell are chocolate chips, "glued" on with some uncolored frosting. I used some Duff color for the fur that I still had after doing Daniel's birthday fondant (did I ever post pics of that? hmm), and it was perfect.
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Ice cream cake with lavender ice cream
At one point this photo was ranked #431 for Dec 23, 2005 by Flickr Explore, according to Flagrant Disregard's Scout.
AL gave me the chocolate star since I like chocolate.. the ice cream had an interesting flavour but not something I would rush to buy. It was better than the cake though.
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Sausage from grass-fed beef can be very lean, so the key to cooking it is to add some fat to the pan so it will cook properly. It also cooks faster than corn-fed meat.
* 1 Tbsp. ghee (or favorite cooking oil)
* ~1lb. sweet Italian beef sausage, sliced (here, from Oak Creek Ranch)
* 1 large red onion
* 2 cloves garlic
* 1/4 c vermouth or favorite cooking wine or stock or a little water
* one pre-baked Hannah sweet potato, large dice (or yam or potato)
* 1 head Castelfranco radicchio, chopped (almost any green would work, though I'd pre-blanch kale if using it)
* handful chopped parsley
* 2 Tbsp. chopped fresh oregano (or whatever fresh herb you like, or 1 tsp. oregano or Italian seasoning mix)
* Black pepper and salt to taste
Heat pan to medium-hot, add oil, brown sausage and onions together. I also tossed in some kale stems I had left over, chopped small. Add garlic when onions turn translucent and cook for about another minute (depending on how you like your onions, they can be translucent all the way to golden-brown.) Deglaze with wine or stock, then add sweet potato and radicchio. Stir until radicchio wilts, add parsley, herbs, and seasoning. Stir to incorporate and serve.
This made six small servings or it would make four hearty servings.
Warm Comfort Food
I used sausage with onions, instead of bacon, (I cooked the onion with the sausage) and have used cheddar cheese instead of Swiss. I think you could use a variety of meat or cheeses per your preference or make with vegetables.
My 16 year old son loves them, and are very easy for him to grab one on his way out the door with friends:
2 (3-ounce) packages cream cheese, softened
1 large egg
2 tablespoons milk
1/2 cup (2 ounces) shredded Swiss cheese
1 green onion, chopped
1 (10-ounce) package refrigerated flaky biscuits
5 bacon slices, cooked, crumbled, and divided
Beat first 3 ingredients at medium speed with an electric mixer until combined. Stir in shredded Swiss cheese and chopped green onion.
Separate biscuits, and pat into 5-inch circles. Press circles into greased 3 1/2-inch muffin cups, leaving a 1/4-inch border at top of each cup. Sprinkle evenly with half of bacon; top with 2 tablespoons cream cheese mixture.
Bake at 375° for 22 minutes or until set. Remove from oven, and sprinkle with remaining bacon, gently pressing into filling.
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Day 32/365: Sixteen Things! (I'm on top of this April!)
1. I have a "Rich bitch" laugh, according to my roommates. And also, you know in Mary Poppins when they're trying to get Uncle Albert off the ceiling cause he's laughing? And Burt sings, "Some only blast. HAAAAA!" I blast. Sometimes. Don't judge.
2. I like to people watch and eavesdrop. This one time this old lady behind me in Sonny's said, "I wipe my silverware off when I take it out of the dishwasher. Oh, not that I'm particular!" and her friend said, "Yes, yes, all that soap scum!" Another time an older gentleman behind me in a restaurant was ranting at the scandal of being charged $6 for a haircut of the six hairs on his head. (;
3. I've only been in "love" once. I was in kindergarten and he was in first grade. His name was Alex and he had curly blonde hair. I made him a Valentine and he smiled. Nothing ever came of it ;)
4. I hate talking on the phone. My phone is often dead or out of money (it's a pay as you go phone), but I'm getting a lot better at keeping it charged and topped up. One time Heather called me at the bus stop to chat because she knew she had to wait 20 minutes for her bus. But I was so abrupt! I answered and was like, "Yeah what?" and when she didn't have anything to tell me I was like, "Okay? Was that all? Okay, bye." Ahaha. All business on the phone! Unless it's Mom. (; She can talk for hours and that's okay.
5. If I ever ran away I would run away to Ikea.
6. I don't balance my checkbook. I keep all my receipts and pretend like I'll balance it, but I just end up shredding my receipts after six months.
7. My family (well... on my Dad's side) love anise/licorice. Granny makes amazing anise cookies for Christmas, so that must be how I got the taste for it. Heather and I have always loved the black jelly beans that come in those disgusting-non-Jelly-Belly jelly beans (you know the jelly beans?). The black jelly beans were the good ones. So one Easter Mom and Dad gave us all black licorice jelly beans in our Easter baskets. Our tongues were black for days!
8. I play fiddle, but I can't read music.
9. I have 30 pairs of shoes... ... ... (in Tallahassee)
10. I can't count. Seriously, I posted this without a number 10. This is not a new development. But they do say dancers can only count to 8. True? Maybe (;
11. I'm a PBS kid. :D We only had *extremely* basic cable when I was a kid so I grew up with Reading Rainbow and Star Trek (thanks, Dad!)
12. Someday I want to own a Christmas tree farm.
13. I love rainstorms. My favorite thing is waking up slowly when the window is open and the rain is pouring down. It's the most peaceful noise ever. Plus I like wearing wellies. But I don't like rain if I have to be dressed up to go somewhere. Then it's a hassle!
14. I really really want to drive a timed lap on the Top Gear track in the Reasonably Priced Car. After I get lessons from the Stig though, cause otherwise I'd be horrible. I might be horrible anyway.
15. I would like to become a better photographer/digital artist.
16. Someday I am going to publish a novel. I'll let y'all know about it so you can buy a copy (; Ahaha!!
Bakery Love - what is your favorite bakery?
I had cupcakes on my mind yesterday morning, I was looking for some snacks to take to a meeting, I was thinking about how much I liked the Waldorf bakery that used to be on Murray ave in Sq. Hill (it is now a Panera). I ended up making a stop at Prantl's bakery on Walnut St. In shady side. Prantl's is well known for their burnt almond torte. I also think that they have quite an amazing selection of treats. I just thought these easter cookies were so pretty - they were kind enough to let me snap a picture before they put them into the bakery case. What is your favorite bakery in Pittsburgh?
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Chris Sets Up Our 1st Chef Demo Ever
Local chef to put skills on display
Thursday, July 16, 2009
By Jason E. Silvers, Tribune Staff Writer
Chris Maycumber likes to cook, and this weekend he will get a chance to test his skills in front of a live crowd.
The local resident will offer his services as a guest chef during the Farmer's Market "Fun Day" from 7 to 11 a.m. Saturday at Skubitz Plaza near the Fort Scott National Historic Site. Maycumber will give cooking demonstrations throughout the morning using seasonal fresh produce provided by Fort Scott Farmer's Market vendors.
The purpose of the event, Maycumber said, is "to make people aware of how to use locally-grown produce."
Maycumber said he plans to prepare and cook a variety of dishes during the event, including eggs and vegetables, homemade flatbreads with yogurt cheese, gazpacho (a cold, Spanish-style soup), spicy carrot salad, beet salad with orange vinaigrette, and heirloom tomato bruschetta.
Samples and recipes will be available to attendees throughout the event, Maycumber said.
Maycumber, a 1990 graduate of Fort Scott High School, also attended the University of Kansas and later studied culinary arts at Johnson County Community College while working as a chef apprentice under chefs Michael Smith and Debbie Gold at a restaurant in Overland Park. Maycumber also worked alongside other talented chefs that now work in restaurants across the United States.
"When I went to culinary school for two years, I worked with two great chefs and learned from them," he said.
Some of Maycumber's favorite dishes to prepare involve using items that many people discard -- such as beef and chicken bones -- in cooking stocks that are then used in making soups, gravies and sauces.
Maycumber lives in Fort Scott with his wife, Deidra and son, Will.
The guest chef event is part of other activities taking place Saturday morning at Skubitz Plaza as part of the Bicycle Safety Rodeo that is being sponsored by the Fort Scott Police Department, the Fort Scott Farmer's Market, and Mercy Health Center. That event will include several booths that will focus on bicycle safety topics, such as pre-riding maintenance, basic first aid for bicycle-related injuries, and handouts featuring bicycle safety facts.
The event will also include a bicycle registration booth where riders may register their bikes at no charge, and a free bicycle obstacle course that helps teach bicycle safety procedures. Professionals will be on hand to provide free bicycle safety checks for all children's bicycles, and will also check bicycle helmets and make helmet adjustments free of charge.
Former Chef and Colleague
Meeting Chef Yokota was life changing for me; It was 2004 or so, and I was invited to a reunion dinner for a Restuanrant that I used to work for(Lespinasse), and the event was held at a simple, Japanese Bistro in the east Village. When the food started to come out, We were all speachless... I mean the dishes were just flawless! We stormed the kitchen to see who is responsible, and here he was, this humble, laid back maestro manning the kitchen with 4 other cooks. I remember asking my friend, 'Who is this Chef, and why haven't we all heard of him before? He has Michelin quality-talent!' ..
A year later, I was working at Atelier, a Ritz Carlton Restaurant, and to my disbelief, Chef Yokota applied for a position there, and we ended up working together. He taught me to utilize 100% of each ingredient, and respect the balance of flavors. MUCH easier said than done. I picked his brain every second of the day; This man is like a walking encyclopedia. Man, I must have been a pain in the ass- But the Chef NEVER left me in the dark, or pretended to know something he doesn't. Also, He is a Kansai-man, so naturally, his sense of humor is just spot on... I felt like I was gaining more experience working with him than the actual restaurant itself, so when he announced that he will open a new project with reconstructed Japanese concept, Well, I followed him immediately.
Opening a new restaurant with a bold, new concept was such a challenge, and it was just nuts... Utilizing the latest culinary techniques/ ingredients from all over the world, Everyone working without a day off for 4months/ 18hour days... coming out with over the top culiary creations. My skills and my confidence grew each second I was there working under Chef Yokota. Though the Restaurant is now defunct, the experience that I gained with that particular project still echoes what I currently create/cook, and I must say, it was one of the most intense learning I did ever in my life. For that Chef, I tip my hat to you. I am here now, because of what you have instilled in me. Thank you.
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T Fal Rice Cooker
T-FAL was demoing one of their new units that can achieve fryer like performance without the need for large quantities of high cholestoral oil. It is one of those lovely "set it and forget it" types of machines.
Made some decent french fries (considering it was one TB of oil for 1 kg. of potatoes). Pictured here, however, is the damn risotto I waited 20 minutes for because I missed it the first time.
Overall, I'd say this machine has some good potential - I may even get one.
This sticker was removed from the glass window part of the cover for the Emeril fryer from T-Fal.
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Philip Vickery MBE (born 14 March 1976) is an English former rugby union tighthead prop and member of the England squad. He was a member of England's World Cup winning squad in 2003, playing in all seven matches in the tournament, and is a former England captain. Vickery ended his club rugby career at Wasps, joining the London side in 2006 after eleven years with Gloucester. Given the nickname "Raging Bull", he played in three Rugby World Cups, including as England captain in the 2007 tournament, and toured Australia and South Africa with the British and Irish Lions.
England rugby player Phil Vickery chats with England polo players. I think he was there to promote his Raging Bull range of clothing.
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