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Old 09-24-2012, 08:26 AM   #31
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I decided to put two ideas (tuna salad and pea salad) together, so I made tuna-pea (hmmm, that doesn't sound good, let's start over!), I made pea-tuna salad for supper. Frozen baby peas (straight from the freezer), canned solid white albacore, chopped onion, chopped celery, chopped dill pickle, and enough Miracle Whip to hold it together. It was really good! Our church is having a dinner after the service next week, and I may make this again to bring. One change I will make is to add some kind of seasoning to the Miracle Whip before adding it. Garlic or something. I loved it, but if I got a bite without pickle in it, it was slightly bland. Also, we were starving, so we ate it right after I made it, so the flavors hadn't had much of a chance to blend.
Well, Barbara, you could call it ptuna salad -- you know, like pneumonia - or ptomaine.
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Old 09-24-2012, 05:45 PM   #32
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I want both of these, and the chili was great!
Those cars look great DL
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Old 09-24-2012, 06:18 PM   #33
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I want both of these, and the chili was great!
Nice. I have another Car show next weekend to go to. No chili at mine though. :(
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Old 09-24-2012, 06:40 PM   #34
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That looks delicious!
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Old 09-24-2012, 06:43 PM   #35
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I tried a new recipe from my Danish email weekly menu. It was a success. It's called "bankekød med enebær". That means pounded meat with juniper berries. Bankekød med enebær og kartoffelmos. The email recommends serving it with mashed potatoes and cranberry preserves. I served it with mashed potatoes, mixed vegis with butter, garlic, and ginger, and Cranberry Fire with wild orange brandy 315 ml : Peppermaster. Oh my, that Cranberry Fire was wonderful (go look, buy some - it's a friend of mine who makes it). It went well with the meal.

I will be using juniper berries again. They added a lovely subtle flavour and a wonderful note to the aroma.
Oh, yum, yum, yum! That sounds good! I think I'd go with lingonberry preserve instead of cranberries.
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Oh, yum, yum, yum! That sounds good! I think I'd go with lingonberry preserve instead of cranberries.
Oops, the recommendation was for lingonberry preserves. I translated wrong. But the Cranberry Fire was perfect with that meal.
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I lent my neighbour some flour yesterday and her daughter brought it back today...in the form of a very fresh loaf of homemade bread.

So this, covered in a very light coat of butter (a cholesterol compromise as nothing beats real butter on fresh bread) with a bowl of chicken soup is my dinner!
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Well, Barbara, you could call it ptuna salad -- you know, like pneumonia - or ptomaine.
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