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Random food things


I've got a lot of pictures from the last 3 months and thought I would post them here, just to whet your appetite!

Persimmon [sign in to see URL] delicious. I can't wait for persimmon season again!
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Jerusalem artichoke soup
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Indian meal - curried cauliflower (from the farm!) and carrot pakoras
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[sign in to see URL] crepes. Gotta love the mid-winter strawberry season in Texas. These were sooo sweet. Best holiday breakfast ever!
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Corned beef and cabbage from scratch. As in corn your own beef. Nearly 2 weeks of brining a brisket. It was so good!
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And of course corned beef hash with a fried egg the next day!
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Thanksgiving! I wish I had done a full post about this. It was 100% local, including the turkey and ham. Awesome, awesome, awesome.
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Chicken and chorizo paella
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Holiday breakfast New Orleans style - eggs Sardou (poached egg on creamed spinach in a artichoke heart) with grits and cheese!
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My first gingerbread houses! Sooo messy on the decorations, but they were a blast to make. These are small, maybe 3 or 4 inches high. A lot of fun. My dad made the original cookie cutters when I was about 5 and that was the only year we made them as kids. I couldn't believe they still had the cutters!
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