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Buzzed Pasta with Coffee Smoked Scallops

12 Cups or so of coffee 3 Cups Cream 3 Poblano Peppers Julienned Parsley Chopped Tarragon Chopped - ¼ as much as parsley. Mix them together. Dark Chocolate Mascarpone cheese 4 Scallops Cup of Whole Coffee Beans Pound of Linguine 3 Shallots Diced Pancetta Diced 3 Hot Peppers Diced Mexican Chile Powder and Cumin

Coffee Smoked Scallops If you have a smoker, use that. Just put the coffee beans in as the smoking agent. If you want to smoke them on your charcoal grill, put all the coals on one side and get them going good. Put the beans in a packet of heavy duty aluminum foil and place it directly on the coals. Leave a few holes in the top of the packet for the smoke to escape. Place the scallops on the cool side of the grill and cover it. Give it 30 - 40 minutes.

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Get a disposable aluminum pan from the store and make an airhole on one side. Place a grill pan on your stovetop. Dip the coffee beans in water for 3 minutes, then place on one end of the grill pan. Make a pedestal for the scallops out of foil and place them on the other side of the pan. Turn on the burner under the coffee only. Medium high. Place the cover on enclosing everything with the air hole over the scallops. Cook 30 minutes or until they are opaque and feel done. Good luck!

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They've never posted them, as far as I know, because they end up using them in their restaurants. It's interesting readin, though. With all your free time, I know...

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Did you ever read how the show works in reality?

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Fuck. Oh wait. Wrong thread.

You mean I was WRONG? You may have to go to the network itself for recipes, but really, what do I know? I know the food channel itself has them (online).

Hanging my head in wrongful shame.

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Gary had ham and noodles.... I had chicken breast cooked with a bit of italian dressing, and rice.... very very little of the chicken...still getting my tummy used to food again....

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Is there still an excess of fish?

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hmmm, I'll agree w/ the tradition thing, but will have to look up the rest, as it sounds a bit, er, fishy to me.

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We give up meat for lent because long ago there was an excess of fish and it was going to waste so the Church said we'd eat fish on Fridays. It's tradition, not in the bible anywhere that I know of.

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Rave, add some hoisen to the ginger sauce...the two combine really well.

M, you can go online to the tv show itself and they will list the recipes by date/episode.

We're having pork tenderloin, terryake marinade and then making the rest into mini sandwiches for his poker buddies. I made a great curry dip for raw veggies. I am swearing off regular potatoes, so may just do some sort of salad.

It is lent, yes. But I still can't find a good explanation for why we should give up meat, when I've given up my own personal things for Lent. (But don't respond to that...it's just my ramblings about it...unless you really know)

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Drunken delmonico steaks butterflied and grilled with blue cheese topping, five-grain sourdough with olive tapenade, and a salad, methinks. We like food :)

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