Some Good HOT Weather Chow
Any suggestions for some foods for the local heat wave?
RESTAURANTS HUE--LET SOMEONE ELSE DO THE COOKING AND CLEANING UP!!! How about chicken salad with slivered almonds and tarragon mayo--a platter of heirloom tomato slices, cucumber slices and red onion---Southwest corn salad--corn cut off the cob and mixed with chopped onion and bell peppers in a cilantro vinegrette-chilled.
Chilled lump crabmeat would be good on top of the gazpaucho. And always--icecream and snoballs.. FoiGras
During the time when I didn't have power, I make a couple of lunches from Trader Joe's Gazpacho that survived storage in the unpowered refrigerator.
Drank as much of my ice cream as I could but still have some that re-froze and is probably pretty grainy. Can you re-freeze ice cream in an ice cream freezer and restore it to nearly its full glory? I'm saving it for when it's not too hot to experiment.
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Folks, just a reminder- our Home Cooking board is the best place to discuss chow you want to make at home. Please keep this thread focused on food you can buy in the local area. Thanks.
Ice cold soba noodles with a little Memmi sauce, green onion, and sesame seeds. Grilled unagi if you can find it.