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Old 11-16-2012, 06:45 PM   #41
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Pac, that sounds errrmmm...nice
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Old 11-16-2012, 06:56 PM   #42
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Gumbo... I haven't made gumbo in forever. And I just happen to have a few shrimp.
Maybe gumbo for tonight's dinner. It depends on what kind of sausage I can fine. I'm not exactly in an andouille area.
Pac--andouille is easy to make (it was one of the types of sausages I made when I went on my sausage-making kick last January).
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Old 11-16-2012, 06:58 PM   #43
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vitauta, I'll set a place for you.
What do you put in your kapusta? I had some the other day that had Canadian bacon in it.
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Old 11-16-2012, 07:01 PM   #44
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Me make sausage?
Naaaah...

I'll pick some up whenever I get into a big market. Which better be shortly if I'm going to have turkey next week. The town grocer didn't have anything on their shelves that resembled something I would want to put in gumbo. They don't carry chorizo either, for whatever that's worth.
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Old 11-16-2012, 07:01 PM   #45
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I have to change my mind. Need to reserve pizza night for tomorrow as I will be working on Thanksgiving stuff and won't want to cook after that. We are going with Joe's Special over rice. It's kind of a hash thing.

Joe's Special Ground Beef, Spinach Eggs) Recipe - Food.com - 96477
Minus the ground beef, that looks like s/thing I want to make for breakfast (using Swiss Chard or kale) with brown rice on the side. Thanks for sharing that link.
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Old 11-16-2012, 07:03 PM   #46
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Me make sausage?
Naaaah...

I'll pick some up whenever I get into a big market. Which better be shortly if I'm going to have turkey next week. The town grocer didn't have anything on their shelves that resembled something I would want to put in gumbo. They don't carry chorizo either, for whatever that's worth.
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You could buy ground pork and ground beef and make your own. I live in a farm town and can usually get chorizo, but since I made some, I no longer want to buy it. I guess my farm town stalks more sausage varieties than your farm town.
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Old 11-16-2012, 07:10 PM   #47
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You could buy ground pork and ground beef and make your own. I live in a farm town and can usually get chorizo, but since I made some, I no longer want to buy it. I guess my farm town stalks more sausage varieties than your farm town.
Stalks?
If there is any stalking going on, it's in MY farm town

Seriously, I was surprised to see them stocking panko crumbs a couple months ago. I'm not sure when they slid that one onto the shelves. I'll bet we have half an aisle of jellies and jams though
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Old 11-16-2012, 07:14 PM   #48
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Me make sausage?
Naaaah...

I'll pick some up whenever I get into a big market. Which better be shortly if I'm going to have turkey next week. The town grocer didn't have anything on their shelves that resembled something I would want to put in gumbo. They don't carry chorizo either, for whatever that's worth.
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I have never made sausages either Pac...bit messy
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Old 11-16-2012, 09:32 PM   #49
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The fish was walleye (yellow pike) and not perch, so I decided to give C Maloney's batter a try. I have to say, I'm not a battered fish guy, but it was pretty darn good Served up with some fries and a caper tartar sauce.
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Heading south on a well-worn track to my parents' home in Florida. This will probably be the last time I see my father, if he lives for the next few days. Anyway, we usually eat at a barbecue place in Paducah that is convenient and close to the hotel that is pet-friendly. So, probably ribs.
I'm sorry it will be a sad journey for you Claire - best wishes.
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