Well? What did you have for dinner tonight??

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Not tonight but tomorrow I'm going to attempt a dish for Father's Day that I've never made before. My parents are from Belgium and when I was young my mother used to make a dish they called Whitloaf. It's Belgian endive sauteed(I'm going to steam. Trying to limit my fat intake.), wrapped in a slice of ham and covered in a thin Bechamel sauce made with Swiss cheese and then baked until the top gets golden brown. Wish me luck.
 
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Not tonight but tomorrow I'm going to attempt a dish for Father's Day that I've never made before. My parents are from Belgium and when I was young my mother used to make a dish they called Whitloaf. It's Belgian endive sauteed(I'm going steam. Trying to limit my fat intake), wrapped in a slice of ham and covered in a thin Bechamel made with Swiss cheese and then baked until the top gets golden brown. Wish me luck.
Good luck. Please post recipe.
 

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Not tonight but tomorrow I'm going to attempt a dish for Father's Day that I've never made before. My parents are from Belgium and when I was young my mother used to make a dish they called Whitloaf. It's Belgian endive sauteed(I'm going steam. Trying to limit my fat intake), wrapped in a slice of ham and covered in a thin Bechamel made with Swiss cheese and then baked until the top gets golden brown. Wish me luck.
Good luck. Please post recipe.
Thanks. I'm not a strict recipe follower, so I consulted this link for guidance. As I said, I'm not following it 100%, for example the steaming and this recipe doesn't mention nutmeg, but I know my mother always used it.

Whitloaf
 

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I made a pizza topped with tomatoes, spam and pineapple. Also had a big garden salad and garlic bread with probably a bit too much homemade wine circa 2012.

I haven't drank in quite a while. My wife is pregnant so she can't drink. So that kinda means I can't drink either.

But the wife and kids are at grandma and grandpa's house tonight. While the cat's away the Mu will play. :FIREdevil:
 

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I'm making Asian lentil tacos. Yep. That's the name. As we all know soy sauce+sriracha sauce+shiitake mushrooms means you can call it Asian.
 

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Just BBQed some chicken thighs grilled over apple wood, had em with buttered green beans........ Absolute heaven!
All I added was salt, onion powder, paprika and my blended BBQ sauce (Stubs Original with KC Masterpiece Original).
 

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I was standing in the meat section of the supermarket, looking at the price of hamburger and saying, "Were they famous cows?" when I realized that the price of beef and chicken was now about the same as shrimp and less expensive fish (keep in mind that I live in a desert, so seafood is fairly pricey here). I decided if I was going to have to pay that much no matter what I got, I might as well get the good stuff. So I made a sheet pan shrimp boil yesterday, so much that even with my bottomless-pit family, we have leftovers today.
 

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Made some tsukune on the grill. So good I might make more tonight.
 

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