What did you cook or eat today (June 2020)?

Saranak

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Ciao a tutti,

Today I make favorite for Ray, I make Guinness casserole for him with potato, carrot, beef, garlic an 2 can Guinness, I also put inside smoke lardon an good amount fresh Parsley, onion. He love this. I love see my man eat well he have with crusty breads an whole mustard. I also make him trifle. He be home 6.45pm today he been work since 5am he be tired an hungry. I love my Ray so I make for him what he like.

Sarana x
 
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Bacon Burger with Fries Stew.
I made this with bacon, ground beef, onion, pickles, mustard, and potatoes cut like french fries. I also used stewed tomatoes and celery leaves (the latter because I couldn’t see putting lettuce in a stew pot). I’m happy to report that it tastes really good.
 

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Ciao a tutti,

Today I make favorite for Ray, I make Guinness casserole for him with potato, carrot, beef, garlic an 2 can Guinness, I also put inside smoke lardon an good amount fresh Parsley, onion. He love this. I love see my man eat well he have with crusty breads an whole mustard. I also make him trifle. He be home 6.45pm today he been work since 5am he be tired an hungry. I love my Ray so I make for him what he like.

Sarana x
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Your posts either make me laugh or touch my heart. So glad you are back. Missed you bunches. :hug:
 

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This isn't just good, it's damm good. I don't know if I'd call it pizza per se, maybe pizza-ish, but it's really, really good.

So few ingredients, too. A pizza dough, a good helping of Romano cheese, some thinly-sliced red onion (could've used more of that), a good sprinkle of fresh rosemary, and some chopped pistachios. Out of he oven, a bit more cheese and a good drizzle of olive oil. That's it.

The absence of red sauce and mozzarella and/or provolone makes this a wonderfully light option as a minimalist supper, or a great appetizer option.

Enjoyed with a side salad and a lovely bottle of Prosecco.
 
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