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  • Yuliya Chystaya posted a photo:

    Kitchen Utensil Non Reflective Creative

  • KT Shiue posted a photo:

    Passing Through_路過_2017.0729 @ Bloomington_005b

  • WSFfl posted a photo:

    Pork medallions with potatoes and beans wrapped in bacon

    Pork medallions with potatoes and beans wrapped in bacon.

  • WSFfl posted a photo:

    Invitation card with cutlery and decoy balls

    Invitation card with cutlery and decoy balls.

  • WSFfl posted a photo:

    Empty plate with cutlery on blue and white vintage wood

    Empty plate with cutlery on blue and white vintage wood.

  • Czarina Alegre posted a photo:

    Farm to Fork: How to Take Your Restaurant Local

    Learn2Serve Blog by Cara Pahoyo via @Learn2Serve

  • [email protected] posted a photo:

    Old bicycle with a basket

    Old bicycle with a basket on street in Port Louis, Mauritius.

  • MurderWithMirrors posted a photo:

    Fairyland Tableware Random Pieces

    As near as I can figure out, I had the full set & sold off a bunch of the cups. I have no idea what I was thinking, why would I keep the black & white plates & get rid of the cups? And why are the black & white plates part of this set to begin with?

  • jakub.sulima posted a photo:

    Raspberry and almond pie.

  • SouthernBreeze posted a photo:

    A piece of #Lasagna - h

    I'm not sure what to call it... a pie? A lasagna? That'd be the whole thing, wouldn't it? I figure this is a piece of the whole pie... or whatever it's called.

    Anyway... it's the first time in a while that I fixed a lasagna. So, here's what I did to make it (okay cooks, get ready!):

    Boil noodles.
    (You gotta' have a BIG pot for the noodles, because they're big and long, and unlike spaghetti, lasagna noodles CAN'T - or more accurately, should NOT be broken.)

    Cook meat.
    (I used TWO types of Italian sausage: 1.) ground in a chubb, and; 2.) links. I used at least 2 pounds - 1 pound each - of the two types. I boiled the links, and sautéed the loose, then cut the links into pieces.)

    Use ricotta cheese.
    (It makes ALL the flavor difference in the world!)

    Use tomato paste to make the sauce.
    (By using tomato paste, you can control the thickness of the sauce, instead of relying upon what someone else thinks about the consistency, i.e., the thickness/thinness of the sauce. Add your desired flavorings, i.e., basil, oregano, cumin, etc., to the sauce.)

    Oil pan.
    (I use olive oil, to keep the noodles from sticking to the pan.)

    Start layers.
    (Noodles FIRST on bottom, then I went ricotta, tomato sauce, meat, cheese. It's 'player's choice' on cheese. Some may prefer mozzarella, but in this instance, I used pepper jack.)

    (I baked at 425ºF for about 20-30 minutes. Your mileage may vary.)

  • Southern New England Photography posted a photo:

    Plated roasted chicken dinner

    Roasted chicken and corn on the cob with a fresh vegetable saladed on a red table mat.

  • yolanda000000 posted a photo:

    I am hungry

    picture of a fork and a plate painted as a blackboard with the text I am hungry written in it on a beige background with a retro effect

  • Light Removed posted a photo:

    Fork You

  • bobc4 posted a photo:

    Osage Fork

    Taken on a misty morning below Hull Access on the Osage Fork of the Gasconade River in the Ozarks of Missouri.

  • Sriini posted a photo:

    Table is set in Monochrome

    Breakfast time ! View of open air dining from the room.

  • Hetwie posted a photo:

    chopsticks and a fork (HP032309)

    macro monday "evolution"

  • Σταύρος posted a photo:

    Weekend #breakfast

    Love my weekends !

  • grhphotographer posted a photo:

    Breakfast Parts: Egg, Fork, Spoon

  • magner.m posted a photo:

    Opposites Attract.

    Fork and Spoon.

  • *Jost49* posted a photo:

    Herbes de Provence

    ... et huile d'olive.