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Sunday, January 27, 2008

Sunday dinner- Simple Stuff!



As it is winter, snow everywhere- we wanted something roasted, so the kitchen would be toasty for hours! Stuffed roast capon- a favorite! About a 6 pounder, stuffed with a brown rice,celery,bacon,onion concoction worked like mad. Sliced mushrooms rendered in the juice always works. Blueberry muffins were on the side.. Wife delivering that one plate to my son at work, we eat soon!

37 comments:

Maddy said...

Yumm! We're on loin of pork with herb garlic crust, cranberry sherry sauce, mashed potatoes and white corn. Probably not as portable as yours.
Cheers

Jen said...

Now that looks good!!!

doggybloggy said...

Steak and potatoes over here but that looks good....real good - chicken steer mmmmmmmm big and tasty...

Mona said...

what is a capon?

That LOOKS good anyway!

& We had Chinese food for dinner along with some saffron biryani and also some sponge balls in condensed saffron milk with pistachios for dessert :)

buffalodickdy said...

maddy- I have been out-cooked! We'll have to do a "throwdown" soon!
jen- All roasty,fatty good!
DogB- Out-cooked twice today! Rats!
mona- a castrated rooster, in order to grow larger(With a higher pitched "Where's my cock-a-doodle now?")! Love to have a meal with you someday!

Dana said...

Mmmm ... I did this last Sunday only with a chicken (sausage and apple stuffing) and homemade bread on the side. OK, maybe it really wasn't like yours!

buffalodickdy said...

dana- Did everybody decide to get up this morning and kick my ass in cooking?!?? Sausage and apple stuffing? That's like drugging me!With the good stuff!

doggybloggy said...

you kicked my ass...I grilled a steak and nuked a potato

Casdok said...

Mm bet your mouth was watering!

Roger said...

That looks so much better than the hamburger helper I just had!

Annie said...

Gosh, that looks wonderful and warming and happy-making. Here I just made a coffee cake and fresh brewed coffee - good but not nearly as satisfying as what you have.

Anndi said...

Dang.. I shorted out another keyboard.

Oh YUM!

buffalodickdy said...

DogB- I bet it was excellent, as usual..
casdok- Truth be told, I enjoy others enjoying my cooking, far more than I enjoy it. Did hit the spot, though!
rog- I can go as gourmet as you want, but simple things done well are the core of my life! That's my way of saying "I have had Hamburger Helper, and ate the heck out of it!".
annie- I pooched a pizza crust on Sat.- people who can bake will always be admired by me!
anndi- If you're ever in the neighborhood, you got a standing invite!

Mel said...

man oh man I gotta come to your house for dinner one night!!!!!! Roasted Chicken is one of my favs.

Leighann said...

That looks fantastic!

We had LEFTOVER *giggle*

Tanya Kristine said...

jesys. i can smell that picture!

Akelamalu said...

I'm glad I've just eaten otherwise I'd be ravenous reading this! Yummeeeeeee!

Preposterous Ponderings said...

Looks so yummy!

Jeff B said...

Looks tasty.

Tonight will be slow cooked/smoked baby back ribs.

Michelle Ann said...

I love roasted birds...yum!

buffalodickdy said...

mel- Tonight we had the soup from the simmered carcass and left-overs- really amazingly good!
Leighann- I bet your leftovers are pretty special!
Tanya- Hope you're OK after accident!
Ake- Could have had soup with us tonight if you lived closer...:)
Prepos- Twern't bad, and I only brag when I'm awake!
Jeff- Baby backs? I want some now!
Michelle- It's my favorite way to have chicken, whole and roasted!

snowelf said...

Mmm!! I could totally go for a delicious turkey dinner right now.

Happy Monday!

--snow

snowelf said...

p.s. would you believe I've never baked a chicken, a turkey, OR a capon for that matter ever.

Yea, I knew you would! ;)

Although i have started to dabble in learning to cook on the weekends! I'm trying a new recipe each weekend. :)

HAR said...

You have inspired me for next weekend.

Tequila Mockingbird said...

mmmmmmm! i want.

Queenie said...

Yummy yummy, I want chicken in my tummy!!!!
Buff have you any ideas how to cook crayfish (frozen). For some unknown reason I brought a tray of them from IKEA, don't ask me why (a moment of madness). I have Akela coming to stay in a couple of weeks for the weekend, and thought I'd do something with them for her, but nothing has inspired me on the net. Hope you don't think I;m cheeky asking, but as my grandpa used to say you gain nothing if you don't ask!

buffalodickdy said...

Queenie- Steam or boil- I prefer steam, as they retain more flavor! A good strong spicing of the water never hurts, and they show well in Creole or Cajun recipes. Look up Gumbo or Jambalaya- both use rice! Mud bugs have more natural flavor than lobster or crab! Only one good segment of meat in them, but use the shells and what's left in a broth..
snowniece- 20 minutes a pound at 350 F- you cannot miss!
T.M.- If I could make a woman happy that easy...
har- Roasting anything is the simplest way of making a good meal!

Akelamalu said...

How far away do you live again????

I made a batch of bean and vegetable soup last night for the freezer - it's delicious with a glug of olive oil just before serving. The day after is a bit windy though! :(

Akelamalu said...

PS Queenie - I know what were having, nanananana :)

pinknest said...

simple?! it looks glorious!! was the skin nice and crispy?

MarmiteToasty said...

Sunday Roast is me most favourite dinner :) - I cook a roast every Sunday, except this last one we was out all day so I did it yesterday.... they had (Im allergic to pork lol) Roasted stuffed pork joint, crispy spuds, 3 steamed veggies, yorkshire puds and lashings of gravy, with chocolate steamed sponge pudding with heaps of custard.... me, well, I had a carrot LMFAO ;)...

Oh how I would LOVE someone to cook for me one of these days.....

x

buffalodickdy said...

Ake- I want some! Glug of olive oil? I too, have learned the lesson of that noble product!
Pink- You know it was! That brown rice stuffing was the hit...
marmy- If you're ever out and about in Michigan, I will fix whatever you think would hit the spot!

Odat said...

I must come out there so you can feed me! I've not cooked anything good for a while...;-(
Looks great! and Moms are always feeding their sons ....no matter how old they get huh? :-)
Peace

Queenie said...

Did anyone ever tell you your an angel an absolute godsend. Think I may have to do something else for Akela, math wants me do cook the crayfish (or mud bugs as you called them Yuk!)this weekend. Thank you so much X

Lynda said...

Looks like a feast fit for a king!

DutchBitch said...

OK thanks... I just had dinner and I am already hungry again... Even though I am staring up the butt of a bird...

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