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#2230

Improvised kaprese salad with no mozz, zucchini slices with topping of ham an a couple cheeses I had in the fridge.


#2231

Prosciutto, brie cheese, arugula and Mango habenero chutney on a toasted croissant


#2232

I used the morels we picked to make veggie burger wraps with some nice aged goat cheese on the grill last night:


#2233

Olive bread


A salad with the leftover olives

And then poached eggs with garlic yogurt sauce.

And beer, but you all know what beer looks like.


#2234

Freshly baked cookies. Yummy!


#2235

Give me the recipe please. I am looking for a nice cookies recipe and sadly my grandmother’s recipes got buried with her almost 10 years ago.


#2236

I bought the dough, it was really good tho, tasted just like homemade ones.


#2237

Fair enough. Not everyone have the time to spend in the kitchen.


#2238

I do make my own bread, but that is level 1 kitchen stuff.


#2239

Working with dough is never easy, buddy. Baking is a science on itself. I’m not a newbie in the kitchen and my olive bread was a bit underbaked…


#2240

Well my bread probably isn’t up to your standard, but I think it matches or exceeds the grocery store stuff.


#2241

My standards aren’t as high as you think. If you try my food you will see I am complete amateur, that just enjoys cooking. I’m trying to improve. I have improved, but my standards are not high at all.


#2242

I don’t know man, you don’t give yourself credit. I’ll definitely try your food one day.


#2243


#2244

I hope you didn’t eat this doggo.


#2245

I am not really into baking but tried once to make cookies like the ones you did. My only question is what type of chocolate you use ? Whenever i use chocolate it gets melted and doesn’t stay in chunks like yours.


#2246

The chocolate was already in the dough when I bought it, it just says milk chocolate.


#2247

Thanks for the info so it was a ready to use for cookies dough.


#2248

Yep, you just slap it on a tray and bake it for 12 mins.


#2249

Technically, yesterday. Grilled steak and tater. Sauteed green beans.