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    Comfort food.

    Gene Cafe Coffee Roaster $850 - Free Beans Free Freight
    Weather cooling, menu changing.

    Beef Stroganoff on egg noodles for dinner last night, most enjoyable.

    For them that's interested, a link to the recipe.
    https://www.recipetineats.com/beef-stroganoff/
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    I’ve been using MealPal recently for my work lunches. Some really tasty options have come up.

    Today’s was a Cuban Sandwich.

    Total comfort food. If you’ve seen the Jon Favreau movie “Chef”, this dish may be familiar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yelta View Post
    Weather cooling, menu changing.

    Beef Stroganoff on egg noodles for dinner last night, most enjoyable.

    For them that's interested, a link to the recipe.
    https://www.recipetineats.com/beef-stroganoff/
    Don't get too far ahead of yourself Yelta, it's still going to be 29 on thursday!

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    Quote Originally Posted by herzog View Post
    I’ve been using MealPal recently for my work lunches. Some really tasty options have come up.

    Today’s was a Cuban Sandwich.

    Total comfort food. If you’ve seen the Jon Favreau movie “Chef”, this dish may be familiar.
    Mealpal, Cuban Sandwich, Jon Favreau, Chef! I'm getting old Herzog, time to hit Google again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhatEverBeansNecessary View Post
    Don't get too far ahead of yourself Yelta, it's still going to be 29 on thursday!
    Good stuff, I'm a warm weather person.

    Regardless the Strog hit the spot last night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yelta View Post
    Mealpal, Cuban Sandwich, Jon Favreau, Chef! I'm getting old Herzog, time to hit Google again.
    I have seen the movie and loved it. Story of a fine dining chef going back to his roots of a more honest style of cooking. Good for a laugh, but don't watch it while you're hungry!

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    On the topic of winter comfort food, my favourite of all time is Feijoada - Brazillian Black Bean Stew.
    It's simply black beans and various meats stewed for hours and hours - usually bacon/speck, beef cheek, ribs, chorizo often in Brazil trotter, ear, snouts etc for flavour with spices. Served iwth rice and slices of fresh orange.

    Super easy to make and a 'one pot wonder'.

    https://www.sbs.com.au/food/recipes/feijoada

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhatEverBeansNecessary View Post
    I have seen the movie and loved it. Story of a fine dining chef going back to his roots of a more honest style of cooking. Good for a laugh, but don't watch it while you're hungry!
    Good cast! one to watch out for, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhatEverBeansNecessary View Post
    On the topic of winter comfort food, my favourite of all time is Feijoada - Brazillian Black Bean Stew.
    It's simply black beans and various meats stewed for hours and hours - usually bacon/speck, beef cheek, ribs, chorizo often in Brazil trotter, ear, snouts etc for flavour with spices. Served iwth rice and slices of fresh orange.

    Super easy to make and a 'one pot wonder'.

    https://www.sbs.com.au/food/recipes/feijoada
    Sounds good, suspect some of the ingredients may present a problem in my neck of the woods, perhaps a shopping list when next in the smoke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yelta View Post
    Sounds good, suspect some of the ingredients may present a problem in my neck of the woods, perhaps a shopping list when next in the smoke.
    You mean Moonta isn't know for it's cosmopolitan shopping scene?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhatEverBeansNecessary View Post
    You mean Moonta isn't know for it's cosmopolitan shopping scene?
    Not exactly, we have a Drakes Foodland! that's it.



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