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Old 04-15-2016, 09:21 PM   #11
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Roman cauliflower, which is listed under appys and/or side dishes in the cookbook recipe we used. It's italian sausage, diced carrots, celery, onion, garlic w/ tomato paste, with obviously cauliflower. We added 2 extra sausage links to the small cauliflower head plus a can of tomatoes to make a whole meal. The cauliflower basically takes the place of pasta.
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Old 04-15-2016, 09:39 PM   #12
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WOW!
Everyone's dinner sounds delish!
All the major food groups represented, cheese, bacon, noodles, pork (hmm, more that two or three porks out there), beer, um.. oh yeah .. leftovers!

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... this with some b/s diced chicken thighs and sweet onions...

but HEH!

The sauce is really thin, is this OKAY?

HELP!

But the house smells, AMAZING!
I tasted the sauce and it's wonderful, a little spicy bite to it, but not too much.
I'm thinking that this would be nice with some cooked lentils and some veg over rice...
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Old 04-15-2016, 10:29 PM   #13
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WOW!
Everyone's dinner sounds delish!
All the major food groups represented, cheese, bacon, noodles, pork (hmm, more that two or three porks out there), beer, um.. oh yeah .. leftovers!

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... this with some b/s diced chicken thighs and sweet onions...

but HEH!

The sauce is really thin, is this OKAY?

HELP!

But the house smells, AMAZING!
I tasted the sauce and it's wonderful, a little spicy bite to it, but not too much.
I'm thinking that this would be nice with some cooked lentils and some veg over rice...

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update:
DELICIOUS!
Sauce is thin, but I am assuming it's just like that?
I was SHOCKED! DH said, "MMM, that's pretty good. Yeah, I think this sauce would be great with some lentils and veggies."
WHAT?!
I was so worried that he wouldn't like this, he's not very adventurous when it comes to food. I have NEVER made any kind of Indian Food for us. I've gone with my Mom to eat Indian, but... I MUST have caught him on an good night.
We'll be making this again!
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Old 04-15-2016, 10:50 PM   #14
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Grilled asparagus and NY strip steak with lettuce sliced veggies salad and blue cheese. Sliced steak salad with mo' blue cheese and asparagus for lunch tomorrow.
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Old 04-16-2016, 01:06 AM   #15
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I picked up a package of country-style pork ribs while grocery shopping today. Rubbed them ahead of time with Weber BBQ rub and grilled them on my new grill. Sesame noodles and steamed broccoli all washed down with a cold beer. Darn good.
Andy would that be the Sesame Noodles we had a 12 step program for?
I may fall off the wagon for that...sigh.
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Old 04-16-2016, 09:42 AM   #16
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Andy would that be the Sesame Noodles we had a 12 step program for?
I may fall off the wagon for that...sigh.
Yes, they are. Still love those noodles.
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