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Old 10-19-2013, 09:50 PM   #21
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I have the same problem with fundraisers, now I just give the kids a donation and make a run for it!
Now THAT is what I will do next time!
Aunt Bea, love the name you chose. Whenever I see it, it makes me want to relax in a rocking chair on the front porch!
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Old 10-19-2013, 10:01 PM   #22
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My tastebuds couldn't be happier right now.
Thanks for the recipe, Harry.
Holy cow, that looks incredible.
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Old 10-19-2013, 10:25 PM   #23
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Now THAT is what I will do next time!
Aunt Bea, love the name you chose. Whenever I see it, it makes me want to relax in a rocking chair on the front porch!
Thanks, the name chose me, it started as Aunt B many years ago.
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Old 10-20-2013, 03:56 AM   #24
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Thanks, PF, Cheryl. I may make it again later in the week if my basil is still good. It was tha tasty.
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Old 10-20-2013, 04:18 AM   #25
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My tastebuds couldn't be happier right now.
Thanks for the recipe, Harry.
nice job pac,delighted you enjoyed it!!done my recipe justice in right royal style.looks fantastic too,seems like you've sorted the camera & yes,your shrimp are bigger than my shrimp!
glad you're tastebuds are tingling,it's that smoked bacon or pancetta that gives it that depth.trouble with that type of dish,as you've said,is that you want it again...and again....and again
if you're happy i'm happy....mazeltov!
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Old 10-20-2013, 04:26 AM   #26
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That looks delish, Pac! Good job!

My sweetie wanted liver and onions...he got liver and onions, garlic butter broasted potatoes and a chocolate bar.

Now I have to go finish cooking up the liver...for snacks later in the week.
liver & onions....mmmmmm....now you're talkin'.not had that for ages!got some of the smoked pancetta left over from the prawns,ok pac SHRIMP,that i did on friday,reckon i'll chuck that in too...
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Old 10-20-2013, 04:29 AM   #27
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American Chop Suey and a salad.
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And bread and butter, right?
i'm intrigued aunty...what is american chop suey?
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i'm intrigued aunty...what is american chop suey?
It is a combination of ground beef, elbow macaroni and tomato sauce seasoned with some onion, celery, green pepper.

The variations are endless and every American kid believes their mother made it best!
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It is a combination of ground beef, elbow macaroni and tomato sauce seasoned with some onion, celery, green pepper.

The variations are endless and every American kid believes their mother made it best!
Funny thing is, I never heard of it before I came to DC! I think it's regional.

Last night I made soup with a couple of hot Italian sausages, potato, carrot, onion, garlic, bay leaf, oregano, Parmesan cheese rind, homemade chicken stock and broth, s&p. DH suggested throwing in the leftover roasted kielbasa and potatoes from the night before, so I did that. Then I tried to eat it and got the worst heartburn. I'm going to be very upset if this continues as I don't like bland food. So I had some toasted baguette and butter for dinner.

Luckily, DH loved it and had two bowls. It will be his lunch this coming week.
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It is a combination of ground beef, elbow macaroni and tomato sauce seasoned with some onion, celery, green pepper.

The variations are endless and every American kid believes their mother made it best!
sounds perfick for a dark,damp & cold british winters night...thanks aunty!
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