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Re-heated asparagus
#1
Any suggestions?  A TV chef showed how to wrap it in tented foil to cook in the oven but he didn't say at what temp or for how long.
Made right, it should be delicate, light and puffy and begging for meat drippings. ~Sally

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#2
SAAAAAAALLLLY!
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#3
Ha! I thought about posting this in her cooking thread.

I'm tempted to just throw it away, I don't even like asparagus but I'm on that keto diet and it was included in an overpriced meal I bought.
Made right, it should be delicate, light and puffy and begging for meat drippings. ~Sally

Who knew, Twilla is the Yorkshire Pudding of the forum. ~Big Mark

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#4
No! Don't throw it away. Asparagus is delicious. NomNomNom. 
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#5
I like asparagus fried in a cast iron pan in butter just until they start turning brown. Barely.
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#6
Oooh, I like that idea. Thanks Maggot.
Made right, it should be delicate, light and puffy and begging for meat drippings. ~Sally

Who knew, Twilla is the Yorkshire Pudding of the forum. ~Big Mark

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#7
Okay, that is fucking delicious. Many thanks.
Made right, it should be delicate, light and puffy and begging for meat drippings. ~Sally

Who knew, Twilla is the Yorkshire Pudding of the forum. ~Big Mark

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#8
Sally is probably drinking at the Magic Kingdom again *sigh* so I'm glad Maggot could help you.
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#9
Me too! They were stringy but thanks to all the ghee I used, they were very tasty. That's one good thing about keto, you need to eat a lot of fat.
Made right, it should be delicate, light and puffy and begging for meat drippings. ~Sally

Who knew, Twilla is the Yorkshire Pudding of the forum. ~Big Mark

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