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Take 3.
Teriyaki chicken. Cut up chicken put in bag with soy sauce and a tablespoon of brown sugar. Marinated during drive out camping.
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Fry it up.
Fry it up.
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Here my morning stirfry for diner at work, all ingredients from home exept the oil.

 - some type of fat, sunflower oil.
 - some type of protein, home canned chicken meat
 - some type of carbohydrate, root cellar's potatoes
 - some hard vegetables, fresh celery and garlic flower
 - some leafy vegetables, fresh spinach
 - some type of spices or herbs, perennial green onions.
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Two portion and kimchi as side dish
Two portion and kimchi as side dish
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Stir fry!

Or, for the linguists, "pytt i panne", traditionally consisting of potatoes, onions, some meat, and whatever leftovers are found in the fridge.

This pytt i panne was based on whatever was found in the fridge (carrot and sausage) and the garden (all the rest). The sausage was used mainly as a spice - just a tiny bit to add taste. (Controversial opinion: I think this is the very best way sausage can be used!)

Recipe:
- 4 potatoes, cubed
- 1 carrot, cut in small cubes
- 1 small onion
- 6 thin slices of danish potato sausage, cut in tiny cubes
- 3 salsify (salsifies??), cut in small cubes
- a couple handfuls kale, chopped
- a good handful snap peas, in fingerthick slices
- a handful fava beans
- a handful perennial arugula, roughly chopped
- a handful oregano, garlic chives and thyme, finely chopped
- butter for frying
- salt and pepper

Fry potatoes, carrot, salsify, onion and sausage in butter until the potatoes are soft. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Add kale, snap peas and fava beans. When the skin of the fava beans start to break open, mix in arugula and herbs. Done!

Edit: the pan is solid cast iron, description here: https://www.knivesandtools.com/en/pt/-le-creuset-frying-pan-28cm-2-6l-red.htm
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Preparing stir fry
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Stir fry in the pan, almost done
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Finished!
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Closeup of finished stir fry
Closeup of finished stir fry
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Note: Nice pan!

 
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I made rabbit stir fry with fresh rabbit,  green beans, garlic chives, and chard.    Cooked in olive oil from a glass bottle,  in a ceramic coated fry pan.  

Recipe:  chop up all ingredients,  toss in hot oil until cooked lol.

Made two servings;   dinner and lunch the next day!   It was DELICIOUS!  

I do a lot of stir fry in the summer with whatever combination of fresh veg/herb I harvested that day!  

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Hi staff! Saw the note now - no, it's not teflon, it's cast iron.

Here's a description of it: https://www.knivesandtools.com/en/pt/-le-creuset-frying-pan-28cm-2-6l-red.htm
 
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Please note that ALL food prep BBs strictly prohibit plastic, teflon or aluminum touching the food during the cooking or storage process.  

This includes food that came in plastic containers from the store, plastic cooking utensils like spoons, spatulas, teflon pans, etc.

The end goal is to move toward cooking from own-grown ingredients and similar sources and using PEP principles (for example sustainable and non-toxic materials) as much as possible.

Some BB submissions are being grandfathered in, but we are moving toward more strict enforcement of this policy.
 
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Chicken stir fry for me and the boys!

Raw cashews - toss in dry skillet and cook on medium high heat until toasted.  Remove and set aside.

1 onion, chopped
1 cup chopped carrots
3 celery stalks, chopped
3/4 red pepper, chopped

Pour 1-2 tablespoons of oil in your skillet.  Toss in skillet one at a time in that order. Let cook while you chop the next bit:

1/2 thumb of ginger, minced
3 cloves garlic, minced

Add and stir.  Add:

1 cup chicken broth

Let simmer while you:

Add soy sauce, sesame oil, and rice vinegar to taste.  

Last:

Stir together 2 tablespoons cornstarch with 2-3 tablespoons cold water, stir in with:

Chopped cooked chicken (maybe a cup to a cup and a half?)

Continue to stir until cornstarch has thicken the broth.  Turn it off and stir in the cashews.  Serve over rice.  
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Ingredients, including leftover chicken and bone broth from earlier this week.
Ingredients, including leftover chicken and bone broth from earlier this week.
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Me cooking
Me cooking
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Simmering
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Complete
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Rice is done!
Rice is done!
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Three full bowls
Three full bowls
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Leftovers!
Leftovers!
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Happy sons!
Happy sons!
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