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It wasn't today but last Friday. Excellent pork ribs from a butchers in a stall in the early evening market. Pick your own and the quantity of meat on each rib is far more than that on the ribs available at the supermarkets.

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Currently marinating in char siu sauce; pictures tomorrow.
 

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Had to go in and get a car headlight replaced, and since I was already in town, I hit the grocery whilst leaving. ("Town" is a good half hour away from home. So doubling or tripling up on errands is always useful here...)

Purchases (food):

1 grapefruit, one seriously huuuge lemon, two bananas, portabella mushrooms, cremini mushrooms, fresh spinach, frozen spinach, organic chicken drumsticks, two cans of black beans, one can of artichoke hearts, a small box of GF "red lentil Rotini pasta".

Most of the things purchased have a menu purpose: I am wanting to make Eggs Florentine Benedict in the near future, using Portabella or Cremini caps instead of the English muffins, and the Hollandaise from scratch. I am also plotting to create a good vegetarian burger around the frozen spinach and the black beans. Something my vegetarian friends can enjoy when I grill. (The ones local to me will eat eggs and cheese.) I was also hoping to find canned lentils, but apparently that's not a "thing" hereabouts.

The grapefruit, bananas, chicken, artichoke hearts, and faux Rotini were just simply splurges.

PS: I'm not needing to be gluten-free, I just tend to prefer to cook that way at home. But even here, it's not a hard and fast rule. It's just how I do some of my personal cooking challenges.
 

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The grapefruit, bananas, chicken, artichoke hearts, and faux Rotini were just simply splurges.
Sounds like you need to check out the Frugal or profligate? thread!

I also bought tinned artichokes this week (as well as fresh ones). I have craving for them.

Your 'basket' sounds right up my street!
 

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Sounds like you need to check out the Frugal or profligate? thread!

I also bought tinned artichokes this week (as well as fresh ones). I have craving for them.

Your 'basket' sounds right up my street!
Not sure what will happen to the canned artichokes. They may end up in a salad, or I may cook them with pasta and cheese and onion. Shall see.
Checking out the thread you mentioned.
 

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Had to go in and get a car headlight replaced, and since I was already in town, I hit the grocery whilst leaving. ("Town" is a good half hour away from home. So doubling or tripling up on errands is always useful here...)

Purchases (food):

1 grapefruit, one seriously huuuge lemon, two bananas, portabella mushrooms, cremini mushrooms, fresh spinach, frozen spinach, organic chicken drumsticks, two cans of black beans, one can of artichoke hearts, a small box of GF "red lentil Rotini pasta".

Most of the things purchased have a menu purpose: I am wanting to make Eggs Florentine Benedict in the near future, using Portabella or Cremini caps instead of the English muffins, and the Hollandaise from scratch. I am also plotting to create a good vegetarian burger around the frozen spinach and the black beans. Something my vegetarian friends can enjoy when I grill. (The ones local to me will eat eggs and cheese.) I was also hoping to find canned lentils, but apparently that's not a "thing" hereabouts.

The grapefruit, bananas, chicken, artichoke hearts, and faux Rotini were just simply splurges.

PS: I'm not needing to be gluten-free, I just tend to prefer to cook that way at home. But even here, it's not a hard and fast rule. It's just how I do some of my personal cooking challenges.
I think you would like Indian cooking. They use lentils for great dishes. I love a chana dhal curry.

Russ
 
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