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Started off this Easter Sunday with a salmon and asparagus quiche (not cooked on the KK)



BUT, dinner was done on the KK. Lamb chops and asparagus, lower grate, 325F, grape vine for smoking wood.


Plated with melting potatoes and a Greek salad.



Hope the Easter Bunny was good to all y'all! 🐰

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Everyone must be eating out, so chicken wings & potato and onion Perogi were on the plate. An interesting addition also if you are unaware was Black Garlic to the left of the plate. Now it doesn't have a strong flavor yet a more sweeter/tangier bouquet to it. Whatever was lost in the translation of aging came out differently  with a pleasing taste. I feel it's better served with a Caviar, shrimp, on a good buttered bread, a charcuterie board aside sliced meats etc, or on it's own. They peel easy and clean, they are expensive I thought, 3 good size whole clove garlics for $15.00. I found them at a farmers market in the Berkshires of Massachusetts and I obliged. Something different, unique and applicable to the imagination. I'd be interested to know if anyone else has had these and what their thoughts were. Just a thought .
   While preparing supper I heard a clatter above my head in the trees, it turned out to be a Red Tail Hawk sitting on a branch surrounded by 4 Ravens. The hawk didn't move and the ravens pestered him but kept their distance. My camera is old and I thought C6Bill would have captured the feathers or at least the moment because they were at a stand off for sometime.




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