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Old 05-23-2005   #61 (permalink)
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Most def wanna get up there before the end of the year. Save some of that Copper River in the freezer for me and i'll start looking for airfare.
You can count on it! I may send ya a care package pretty soon. I'll call before I do.
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You can count on it! I may send ya a care package pretty soon. I'll call before I do.
That would be awesome Donny.
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You know how to fillet?
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Sorry, Mikey, didn't intend on taking over your thread.

So, Wednesday I'm gonna cook some Hereford 1 1/2" (not kiddin') rib eyes as it is gonna be about 70 and nice here. Butterin' up some sparagas and who needs anything else except BEER! Thinkin' of doing my Jumbo Scallops wrapped in bacon the night after. Ya'll wonder how I keep my girlish figure?
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Chicken dusted with a light batter and deep fried complimented with a sweet tomato based sauce accompanied by pommes frites

"Chicken McNuggets and French Fries" also known as a number#5 meal.
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This is what happens when it is dad's night to cook dinner.
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Chicken wings - 1/2 bbq 1/2 teriyaki



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Tam, hon.... so sorry to hear about hubby's troubles (and you know I know the gory details). Thank God you were there to help him through it and call for the ambulance.

As for your bland mashed potatoes.... there's no such thing as bad mashed potatoes. I could eat em every day!!! As I could refried beans. Are those okay for him to eat? Best ones David and I ever had were at the AI on Cozumel we stayed at in 2000. Haven't tasted anything like them since.

(never give a man any kind of beans, that is asking for trouble )

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(ever give a man any kind of beans, that is asking for trouble )
What applies to eating garlic, applies to beans. If either of us eat 'em, we BOTH eat 'em. That way no one can be solely to blame for burning a hole in the sofa later on. (That's when it's good to own a dog. Hard to blame gas fumes on cats. They're so discreet...)
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What applies to eating garlic, applies to beans. If either of us eat 'em, we BOTH eat 'em. That way no one can be solely to blame for burning a hole in the sofa later on. (That's when it's good to own a dog. Hard to blame gas fumes on cats. They're so discreet...)
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Well there goes my appetite...
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Got to this thread late . . . I was just going to reply when one of my old voice students called needing help: "this song is too low!" Drama . . .

Anyway: leftover soup consisting of turkey, chicken, sausage, orzo, carrots, other soupy veggies; not very spicy but plenty of natural flavor. For dessert, we finished off Jessica's birthday cake that her mom made. Black forest cake. Did I mention my mother-in-law used to bake wedding cakes professionally?

Tappy: try throwing a teaspoon each of mayo and mustard, plus a pinch of basil, to your mashed potatoes (about 5-6 spuds). It will make them less boring without adding anything bad- it's such a small amount of mustard but it makes a nice difference. You can also do potato pancakes . . . pommes frites . . . use sweet potatoes and smash those. And don't be afraid to let the natural flavor of food come out- spending more on a smaller, better quality cut of steak, for example. Around here we get grass-fed, organic, free range beef; buy a strip sirloin cut; rub a little bit of olive oil, kosher salt, and a touch of fresh ground black pepper; toss it on the grill.

Sounds like I just decided on the menu for tonight, eh?
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Went down to my garden, picked asparagus, put it on the grill with a little olive oil salt and pepper, then topped with GOOD parmesan. Went to the refrig took out some venison my husband hunted, grilled and made a red wine, current sauce to put on top. Also had wedges of sweet potatoe on the grill. Best thing about this meal, no pans to clean after. Can just sit after dinner with a GOOD glass of wine.
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Leftovers tonight! I had book club last night at my house and we will have crostini with pesto, olive salad with roasted red pepper, and rotissiere chicken that was left over. Dessert is snickers pie and cookies and cream mousse cake. I love to cook but enjoy a night off to have leftovers!
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Leftovers tonight! I had book club last night at my house and we will have crostini with pesto, olive salad with roasted red pepper, and rotissiere chicken that was left over. Dessert is snickers pie and cookies and cream mousse cake. I love to cook but enjoy a night off to have leftovers!
Donna belongs to a book club...Every meeting they put together a spread that is some how realted to the book. Kinda cool....
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