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On the food front... 
5th-Mar-2009 11:47 am
cooking
Brian has agreed that I need the food mill for my Kitchenaid. I want it for when I can tomatoes this year. I can get a cheaper stand alone food mill, but having this attachment got me to thinking about the wonderful things I can make.

We've been getting boneless rolled leg of lamb for cheap at our butcher. It's our favorite after pork for red meats. The food mill will allow me to grind meat, and I was thinking of things I could create and I had a moment of inspiration (hunger induced).

The first thing I will make is fresh rosemary, garlic, and blue cheese stuffed lamburgers! My tummy is growling in anticipation of future culinary triumphs!!

There is a joy that I have in cooking with ingredients that I prepare from as close to their original form as possible. Yes, I do enjoy playing with my meat *giggles madly*
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5th-Mar-2009 07:01 pm (UTC)
I have the food mill and I love it - I use it to make food for Ophie.

A few tips:
Never let it sit - rinse right away
and screw it on tight or else you may duck as it shoots across the room :)
5th-Mar-2009 08:56 pm (UTC)
we've talked about getting the food mill and/or the pasta maker.

when it's time, will you teach me how to can?
5th-Mar-2009 09:27 pm (UTC)
YES. This year I hope to also have a pressure cooker so I can show you both the water bath and the pressure cooker methods.
5th-Mar-2009 09:21 pm (UTC)
I got a ROCKIN creamy blue the other day at the Flint Farmer's Market.. very reasonably priced in case you end up getting your cheese there..
5th-Mar-2009 09:28 pm (UTC)
I picked up an absolutely divine Maytag blue two weeks ago that Brian used to stuff our olives. The rest of it is going to make a rosemary blue cheese creamy sauce for the lamb tonight.
5th-Mar-2009 09:29 pm (UTC)
Oooh, must get some olives to stuff!!
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