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20161229_115804-1600x1200I’ll call these bruschetta for lack of a better word.  Some leftover awesome sauce spread on slices of that sourdough with Parmesan topping.  Toasted in the oven.  Hmm… might be pizza bread?  Tasted good whatever its name.20161225_114916-1600x1200This was the big holiday dinner.  We did the rib roast sous vide and set the temp to 130, holding it there overnight.  It was in the water bath for 12 hours or more.  I roasted three kinds of potatoes in olive oil and honey – fingerling (white), sweet potato, and purple potato.  In the little dish is a horseradish sauce for the beef.  Also plated is a cranberry relish and a scoop of dressing leftover from the turkey day dinner.20161225_113615-1600x1200I had the oven cranked to 550 for finishing the roast.  Pat it dry then pop it into that smoking hot oven for 15 minutes or so.  Here it is just out, resting while everything else was made ready.  I cut the ribs off and tied them back on with string before sealing the bag , they make a nice rack.20161225_114331-1600x1200Mrs J claimed the roast was delicious even though the rare finish was just barely within her comfort zone.  I may do the next one to 135 or so.  I can eat it medium, no problem!20161227_164810-1600x1200Breakfast for dinner!  That sausage was made locally, it was so good I decided to make a batch of sausage myself.  More on that, later.20161229_155452-1600x1200I did a sweet and sour pork dish for dinner today.  The sauce was ketchup, rice vinegar, soy sauce, garlic, juice from those pineapple chunks, brown sugar, and sesame oil.  The pork tenderloin was browned a bit on both sides and then diced and tossed with the sauce and the pineapple bits.20161229_163653-1600x1200Pretty good stuff!  dsc03813-1600x1200Post needz moar kittehs!

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