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Old 10-26-2012, 06:26 PM   #21
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A small salad and for us, the first of this seasons stone crab claws with mustard sauce.
Oooh, stone crab claws.....love 'em! We used to get them when we stayed on Marco Island milleniums ago.

I think we're going out to eat, no idea where.
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Old 10-26-2012, 06:42 PM   #22
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Pan fried pork chops with mashed potatoes and green beans. The chops and potatoes will be drenched in mushroom and onion gravy made from the drippings.
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Old 10-26-2012, 06:43 PM   #23
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Pan fried pork chops with mashed potatoes and green beans. The chops and potatoes will be drenched in mushroom and onion gravy made from the drippings.
Need to make pork chops soon... Been way to long..
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My absolute favorite... And the thing i miss most about living just off the keys... Still get some at christmas every year from joes...
Um, you might want to check out Grimm's Stone Crabs in Everglades city. What you order from them was probably off the boat the morning you placed your order. Joe's is on south beach (SoBe) and if you order from them, you are paying a premium retail price, much higher than Grimm's and a lot less fresh. Also, if you buy anything larger than mediums, you are wasting your money on "shell weight".
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Old 10-26-2012, 07:51 PM   #25
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Um, you might want to check out Grimm's Stone Crabs in Everglades city. What you order from them was probably off the boat the morning you placed your order. Joe's is on south beach (SoBe) and if you order from them, you are paying a premium retail price, much higher than Grimm's and a lot less fresh. Also, if you buy anything larger than mediums, you are wasting your money on "shell weight".
Will do.. thanks
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Old 10-26-2012, 09:42 PM   #26
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Leftover beef stirfry on white rice for us. Having a glass or two of homemade Pinot Grigio with it.
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Leftover beef stirfry on white rice for us. Having a glass or two of homemade Pinot Grigio with it.
SB, I am impressed! Did not know you made wine!
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Lots of good sounding meals. I'm having the other half of my lunch. Stirling and I went out and, as usual, I got a doggie bag. It was a bagel (from my favourite bagel place, I could smell the smoke from the wood fired oven) with cream cheese and lox with tomato, capers, and red onion. That was delicious. Stirling is out with friends and having pizza.

And since I'm Scandinavian, I had it with a couple of glasses of Akvavit.
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Pan fried pork chops with mashed potatoes and green beans. The chops and potatoes will be drenched in mushroom and onion gravy made from the drippings.
That sounds yummy Pac
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SB, I am impressed! Did not know you made wine!
Thanks! We have been making beer and wine for 10 years or so. We don't grow or "stomp" the grapes mind you. ;-). We use juice or kits. Maybe after we retire we can do more "scratch" type wines like Steve K. does. :-). We make 120 - 160 bottles of wine each year and about 5 cases of different kinds of beer. It's fun and an inexpensive way to keep the cellar full. ;-)
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