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  • #31
    These pictures make my mouth water and I'm not even a foodie.
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    • #32
      Here are some new ones we put up on the website this week... Grok on!

      "Game-Day Guacamole"


      Double dark chocolate chip cookies with walnuts


      Pecan Pie Bites (medjool dates & pecans)

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      • #33
        Originally posted by mikewootini View Post
        I thought I'd start a thread where people can post what awesome dishes they've made.

        Here's my most recent dish - NC Grouper with a homemade roasted tomato salsa with peppers. Roasted Eggplant and heirloom tomatoes with farmers cheese.


        Grouper from the coast by Michael Wootini Maher, on Flickr


        Untitled by Michael Wootini Maher, on Flickr
        Everyone of your dishes are true food porn...but that Grouper is beautiful!
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        • #34
          i suspect it's aribrushed.
          J/k

          looking REAL goood.
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          • #35
            Wow! That GAME DAY GUAC is heavenly looking! and as are the dates, and I don't even LIKE them! ha!

            Food pictures are the best..... well besides, the actual food, and Wine and sex that is.....

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            • #36
              A great idea! i'll post some of my dishes this weekend.
              sigpicGustofson on Health - " I eat bacon, a whole damn plate!"

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              • #37
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                i LOVE the colors of homemade stock!!
                Red meat is not bad for you. Now blue-green meat, that's bad for you! ~Tommy Smothers

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                • #38
                  I don't know how many of you closely follow Mark's 30-day challenge competitions, but this was our entry for the "Primal Iron Chef" competition from last week.

                  These are Coconut Butter Blondies with a Coconut Buttercream Frosting. We'll be putting the recipe up on our website on thursday, but for now, here is our favorite shot of it, for you guys to drool over Did anyone else in here enter the competition?

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                  • #39
                    First, thanks for the compliments of the grouper. I'll have to wait until next year to do it again as they only swim up this far for a few months.

                    All these desserts look awesome! Very much like the pecan/dates will have to make those for snacks. The game day guac looks great, what are you using to dip it? The blondies are looking good as well.

                    Shannon, your stock is reminding me of 'Pho' and 'Kombu' stock. Damnit, now I'm going to haev to make ramen. Have some buffalo chili in the cooker right now, will snap some shots when it's done.
                    -mikewootini
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                    • #40
                      oh yeah.. post more pictures people!
                      -mikewootini
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                      While I am 100% primal, sometimes I change gears to Paleo.
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                      • #41
                        We've been dipping baby carrots, celery and sliced red pepper in the guac. Just keeping it simple, I suppose. Thanks for the compliments! Just trying to keep this thread alive!

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                        • #42
                          @TheFoodlovers - I was curious, what are you using to take pictures? What settings? (The iphone isn't the greatest)

                          Ok, so yesterday I made pumpkin soup - here's the recipe:

                          1 5lb Pumpkin (I used a Long Island Squash)

                          Cut out a lid, scoop it out and throw a little salt in there.


                          Pumpkin Soup and chops by Michael Wootini, on Flickr

                          Next you need to create the initial batch of stock. Ingredients are:

                          1 quart of Chicken Stock
                          1 quart of Milk
                          1/2 cup of fresh sage (less if it's dried)
                          teaspoon of tyme (optional)
                          5 cloves of garlic

                          Roast the garlic, mash it up and put it in a pot. Mix the garlic, milk, and stock in a pot on medium heat being careful not to burn the milk.
                          Add spices. Next take you pumpkin and stick it in a roasting pan or oven proof pot.


                          Pumpkin Soup by Michael Wootini , on Flickr

                          Next cut a small piece of aluminum foil and place over the hole. (If you messed up your lid while carving just use this) Place the lid on top.


                          Pumpkin Soup by Michael Wootini , on Flickr

                          @375 degrees, bake for about 2 hours or until it gets soft and mushy. It will probably leak, that's ok. Every so often, scrape the innerwalls of the pumpkin.


                          Pumpkin Soup by Michael Wootini , on Flickr

                          Next you are going to remove the giant chunks of skin from the pumpkin. I puree the rest using a hand mixer. It's not hard really. The porkchops were cooked on a Big Green Egg at 400 degrees, 2 minutes per side flipped 4 times, then smoked for 4 minutes with the vents choked out. Works great to seal in the juiciness.


                          Pumpkin Soup and Porkchop by Michael Wootini, on Flickr

                          Close up with the soup, dribble a little cream, cracked pepper, and (Oh I roasted the pumpkin seeds while the pumpkin was cooking in my toaster oven, made for a great topping)


                          Finished Pumpkin Soup Skin and all by Michael Wootini, on Flickr
                          Last edited by mikewootini; 10-05-2010, 08:53 AM.
                          -mikewootini
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                          While I am 100% primal, sometimes I change gears to Paleo.
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                          • #43
                            that is fantastic! And could easily be made with coconut milk as well.......wow, Kudos!

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                            • #44
                              Thanks, yeah I was thinking of doing it with coconut milk, but frankly I've been some what coconut-ted out and I'm giving it a rest. ;-)
                              -mikewootini
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                              While I am 100% primal, sometimes I change gears to Paleo.
                              twitter feed * Wootini Gallery

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                              • #45
                                We posted our Primal Iron Chef recipe today on our website. finally.... haha

                                Coconut Butter Blondies with Coconut Buttercream Frosting

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