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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: Lingcod Presentation: POINTS SCORED WITH WIFE  (Read 211 times)

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TheKeeneroo

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My wife recently had a significant surgery (benign tumor taken out of her salivary gland) and a few weeks later, she can finally eat real food again - so I decided to score some points by making a tasty meal, pretty.

LINGCOD:
Heat butter, garlic and onion in a pan then add lincod. Flip once.

GRILLED JUVENILE ONION (what's the official name for these type of onion?):
Cut in half, add olive oil to cut side with salt and paprika. Wrap in tinfoil, add to grill for 4 minutes covered. Unwrap from tinfoil, place on hottest area of grill to quickly char.

Spanish rice mix, local greens and mango salsa came from our farmers market.

To form the rice, press into small, lightly greased small container then flip onto plate.

Garnish plate with onion tops.

Score points with wife.  :smt007
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Looks great. Score!
I got blisters on my fingers!


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Looks good I always use a measuring cup to mold the rice like that. I do all the cooking at home, the plate is a empty canvas just waiting to or painted. Did you pair it with a glass of?


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Looks good I always use a measuring cup to mold the rice like that. I do all the cooking at home, the plate is a empty canvas just waiting to or painted. Did you pair it with a glass of?

Good Question! My wife only seldom drinks white - so I paired with with a glass of Straffe Hendrik Belgian Quad Ale. If you haven't had it... please hunt it down. Somewhat hard to find but it's currently my favorite beer on the entire planet... and I've had a lot of them =P

https://www.straffehendrik.be/en/het-bier/straffe-hendrik-quadruple
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Looks delicious!  Thanks for sharing the recipe TK.
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