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Old 02-09-2013, 01:42 AM   #1
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9th February, Saturday Night's Dinner

We have just had little lamb loin chops with a homemade moroccan seasoning, homemade oven chips and fried eggs, very tasty
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Old 02-09-2013, 07:13 AM   #2
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we're having a giant london broil that i pickep up at the market yesterday, with mashed potatoes and some kind of steamed veggie.
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Old 02-09-2013, 07:21 AM   #3
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Think i will smoke a whole chicken.. mashed taters and a veggie to go with it..
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Old 02-09-2013, 07:26 AM   #4
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Chicken escalopes in panko breadcrumbs for the boys, gluten free breadcrumbs for me, with steamed veg. Might make a lemon meringue pie .
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I think it is going to be perogies.
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Old 02-09-2013, 08:35 AM   #6
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I thik I'll pick up some of the local sausage at the store and have that with something. Maybe home fries.
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I picked up a ham on sale at the store so I may bake that with hashbrown casserole and a salad.
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Old 02-09-2013, 09:31 AM   #8
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I think it is going to be perogies.
This is an all day event:

Perogies?
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Old 02-09-2013, 10:35 AM   #9
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Making pierogies is an all day event?
Or reading that thread? lol

I made pierogies last year and it didn't seem to be hard or take that long. And I hate working with dough. I should make some again and put them in the freezer.
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Old 02-09-2013, 10:40 AM   #10
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Making pierogies is an all day event?
Or reading that thread? lol

I made pierogies last year and it didn't seem to be hard or take that long. And I hate working with dough. I should make some again and put them in the freezer.
It depends on how many you make, Pac! Definitely when I make 10 lb of potatoes, it is an all-day event (more fun if others participate). Right now, I have 10 dozen portions of filling. The filling is setting, so yeah, this will be an all-day thread in that it will take a couple of more posts to get to the end of the thread (finished product). Right now, the DW is doing it's part and I'm supposed to be napping!
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Old 02-09-2013, 11:31 AM   #11
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Something seafood.
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It depends on how many you make, Pac! Definitely when I make 10 lb of potatoes, it is an all-day event (more fun if others participate). Right now, I have 10 dozen portions of filling. The filling is setting, so yeah, this will be an all-day thread in that it will take a couple of more posts to get to the end of the thread (finished product). Right now, the DW is doing it's part and I'm supposed to be napping!
Ahhh, right then. I thought you were only making them for dinner. I didn't know you were opening a pierogie shop
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we're having a giant london broil that i pickep up at the market yesterday, with mashed potatoes and some kind of steamed veggie.
I bought a London broil yesterday, too. How are you going to prepare it?
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I picked up a ham on sale at the store so I may bake that with hashbrown casserole and a salad.
Do you get Smithfield hickory-smoked ham? I bought a 10-pound spiral-sliced one around the new year and still have some frozen. Since it's sliced, it's really easy to make into sandwiches or casseroles. So yummy.
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Do you get Smithfield hickory-smoked ham? I bought a 10-pound spiral-sliced one around the new year and still have some frozen. Since it's sliced, it's really easy to make into sandwiches or casseroles. So yummy.
It's not a Smithfield ham. They weren't on sale! It's not a famous brand name either but it looks good and I'm sure we will enjoy it. I try to avoid spiral sliced since they are very thin slices and we like them thicker.
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Boneless/skinless chicken breasts cooking is TBD later
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Fresh beets from today's farmer market trip; a watermelon radish that's all red inside; tripletail bought yesterday at the fish place, blackened - recipe from the fishmonger. Her dry-packed scallops were a bit too pricey - about $19/lb. Fresh strawberries.

I wish I could tell our late friend Timothy how much I'm enjoying the local fish - he encouraged me to go for it.
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Ahhh, right then. I thought you were only making them for dinner. I didn't know you were opening a pierogie shop
These are just for my freezer!
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Old 02-09-2013, 05:04 PM   #19
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I had to run to the store for something so my dinner will be tweaked a little bit. I'm going to make some bacon wrapped asparagus and some stuffed shrooms. Maybe a grilled onion, too.
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Crock-pot lasagna with some of the homemade roasted garlic/rosemary baguette I made last week. Iced tea to drink and spumoni cake with whipped cream on top for dessert.
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