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Old 05-23-2005   #1 (permalink)
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What's for Supper?

Was wondering since this is such an international site what people have for their last meal of the evening. Donnas napping after her late night out so I will say tonight we will have a large Pizza Hut supreme deep dish.
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Barbecued Hot Italian Sausage,mushrooms,peppers.new potatoes on skewers...and a hearty red wine.
Hope that's okay...pizza would have been fine!
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Barbecued Hot Italian Sausage,mushrooms,peppers.new potatoes on skewers...and a hearty red wine.
Hope that's okay...pizza would have been fine!
I will be right over...
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Since i've been home this afternoon I eaten a bowl of cereal, some gummy bears leftover garlic bread and snacked on a nutrigrain bar.
Mom said she baked some homemade lasagna but i'm not driving 45 min. to partake.
Some barbecue brisket sounds good but i'm to tired.
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Some barbecue brisket sounds good but i'm to tired.
BBQ brisket on a bun w/ sweet pickles on the side here
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I don't cook; Flash is working all night; Looks like it's leftover chicken fried steak for me...
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pork and sauerkraut from the slow cooker and mashed potatoes

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Excuse me!!!

Give me a sliced brisket sandwich on some Mrs. Baird's bread any day.
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I think all this thread is going to do is make me hungry. But also gives me some ideas for supper in the future. Right now the Pork and sourkraut is at the top of the list.
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When I use to work downtown this was my favorite place top eat at.
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Right now the Pork and sourkraut is at the top of the list.
The best part is the slow cooker the house smells great and dinner is ready when you get home
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Yeah, I got lucky and married into a whole family of 'em

Not that I can't cook, I know a few things about the art. But I look at cooking as a chore... like cleaning... some people love it; some don't - I'm one of those...
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Down with Pizza Hut! :)

Homemade Pizza... hubby is the crust master (one of the perks of being married to a former chef!), I just have to procure the toppings and we're good to go! We used to order Pizza Hut too, just can't do it any more - homemade is where it's at, baby!! We make up the crusts and freeze them right in the pan for use at anytime - takes 2 seconds to assemble and like Emeril would say - bam! Instant yummy supper. I'll post the dough recipe if anyone is interested!
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Left over barbequed chicken cooked on the rotisserie last night. It was cooked with a rub Mrs. B picked up in Playa in March. Fan-freakin'-tastic! Accompanied by a fresh-off-the-barbeque vegetable dish, made with asparagus, yellow & green sweet peppers, celery, broccoli, cauliflower, mushrooms, parsnips and carrots. After they're cooked to just the right degree of crunchiness, they get tossed with a dressing made of balsamic vinegar and soy sauce. Incredibly tasty and altogether too healthy. Probably pull the cork on a particularly chewy Australian Cabernet/Shiraz blend we're enjoying these days. Picked up 2 1/2 cases of it at the liquor store on a clearance of discontinued items. A gen-you-wine treasure at $6.99 CDN a bottle. Life don't get no better!
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I think all this thread is going to do is make me hungry. But also gives me some ideas for supper in the future. Right now the Pork and sourkraut is at the top of the list.

I agree... My favorite is Mom's sauerkraut and sausage with smothered potatoes...
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