Yes, this is a copout post. But I've got a bunch of pictures that didn't warrant their own post, plus I cooked some stuff and didn't take pictures. So here goes.
Fried cauliflower. I vaguely remember blanching, oven-drying, and deep-frying. Tasty. But not worth doing again.
Kama, or Yellowtail collar. This is so simple, just salt, broil, done. And it looks like a duck.
Stuffed mushrooms. I've made them before. These had sausage, and I think a smoked oyster.
Panko-Parmesan-Parsley Pork Chops from urbanbundle. These were delicious.
I also did le pied de cochon again, but this time with a shank thrown in for more meat. Tasty.
And I made Noble Pig's kapusta, or sauerkraut with pork neck bones and hamhock. Hearty, wonderful Eastern European peasant food.
Oh, and I made a salad out of the 2 smoked chicken leg quarters I bought. I was going to do something all fancy with cranberries and stuff, but Hubby said "make it like you make your tuna salad". So I did. And it was good. (Celery, peperoncini, hot "sport" peppers, parsley, celery leaves, green onion, sumac, black pepper, sansyo, mayo or yogurt)