Monday, October 8, 2012

Autumn Cooking at Home

With the weather turning colder and the days shorter, I'm drawn to the soups, stews, chili and heartier dishes. The great thing about cooking these dishes is having ample leftovers for lunches during the week.
 Turkey chili with jalapenos, white kidney beans and chickpeas.
 Top with cheddar cheese and scallions.
Seeking a bit of heat, I made a fusion spicy Asian noodle soup dish.
 Korean fresh noodles
 Pork sausage, spinach, scallions, mushrooms, green peppers, Sichuan peppercorns, chili, turkey, black bean sauce, tobanjan and soy sauce.
 Add noodles to the bowl, then top with the soup.
What did you eat before watching the first presidential debates? We stopped into Whole Foods and picked up a ribeye steak.
 Grill on a grill pan, set off the fire alarm once, then finish in the oven.
This was massive, so we ended up eating half before the debate and then the rest another day. 
 Arugula salad with a lemon vinaigrette and sliced steak.
Homemade pasta with cheese sauce and broccoli.

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