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Old 02-22-2011, 09:20 PM   #31
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Happy birthday Annie. Glad to hear supper and the cake turned out well.

We had biksemad (Danish hash). It's a great way to use up left over cooked meat and really yummy.
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Happy birthday Annie. Glad to hear supper and the cake turned out well.

We had biksemad (Danish hash). It's a great way to use up left over cooked meat and really yummy.
Is the recipe for biksemad posted at DC? I am making hash right now, but I would love to try another recipe someday. I did a super simple version--just leftover roast, cut into cubes, minced garlic, chopped onion, cubed potatoes cooked until potatoes are done, then I make gravy. I usually serve it with green beans. I would love to know your recipe.
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Old 02-22-2011, 09:59 PM   #33
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Tonight I had scallops and spinach casserole....leftovers. I also made a batch of peppermint pattie ice cream but It is still firming up.
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Old 02-23-2011, 12:56 AM   #34
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Is the recipe for biksemad posted at DC? I am making hash right now, but I would love to try another recipe someday. I did a super simple version--just leftover roast, cut into cubes, minced garlic, chopped onion, cubed potatoes cooked until potatoes are done, then I make gravy. I usually serve it with green beans. I would love to know your recipe.
Sounds a lot like yours. It's here: Biksemad - Danish hash

As you can tell from my pix, I didn't put the full amount of parsley and we were out of pickled beets We will be making more pickled beets very soon. BTW, DH made it. I only chopped the onions and parsley
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Old 02-23-2011, 01:06 AM   #35
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We had this for the upteenth time with extra spices:
Southwestern Chicken Skillet Recipe - Food.com - 223623
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Happy Birthday Annie!! Beautiful cake! Dis you get a pic of a cut slice?
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TLT Sandwiches (Taylor ham (pork roll for those outside NJ) cooked on the stove-top grill pan, lettuce and tomato) on toasted whole grain bread, mayo, ground sea salt and ground peppercorn blend.



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Sounds a lot like yours. It's here: Biksemad - Danish hash

As you can tell from my pix, I didn't put the full amount of parsley and we were out of pickled beets We will be making more pickled beets very soon. BTW, DH made it. I only chopped the onions and parsley
Thanks! It looks good.
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