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Old 12-24-2010, 03:46 PM   #31
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For 2 LARGE servings (8 cakes), Cleora uses 1 cup of mashed potatoes mixed with 1 pound of crab meat, 1 beaten egg, and a few tablespoons of green onions fried in butter. Fried to golden brown, the patties are crisp on the outside and moist inside. This method stretches the expensive ingredient without sacrificing its flavor.
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Old 12-24-2010, 06:43 PM   #32
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What's for supper 2010 Dec 24?

We're having stew.
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Old 12-24-2010, 06:52 PM   #33
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Teriyaki Ginger chicken with dragon lady noodles.

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Old 12-24-2010, 06:57 PM   #34
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We decided on having Christmas dinner tonight. Prime Rib Yorkshire Pudding.

Need to do some math for making eggnog. Need a quart. Stores are sold out of it. So going to try the recipe I just read here and see if anyone would know the difference.
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Oops, couldn't find this thread, so I started a new one. D'oh!

Beef stew for us.
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We decided on having Christmas dinner tonight. Prime Rib Yorkshire Pudding.

Need to do some math for making eggnog. Need a quart. Stores are sold out of it. So going to try the recipe I just read here and see if anyone would know the difference.
They will probably notice that it is better

Be sure to wash the eggs before you crack them open, if you are going to use them raw.
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Earlier I declared the Chili for tonight done ...I just declared the Smoked Duck and Andouille Gumbo done for dinner tomorrow....Just add the duck meat and a few raw oysters....... and it will be delicious....

All systems are go....ready for launch!!
That sounds truly yummy.
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We had fried haddock, baked ravioli, green beans, macaroni salad, and coleslaw. I also had a bowl of vegetable crab soup. Now I'm full and watching Christmas shows.
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We ordered chinese. YUMMY!!
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Not even hungry. Maybe I need to go back to Ramen noodles. Still hacking and sneezing off and on.
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