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Old 01-04-2010, 06:07 PM   #11
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CJ, is the recipe for your crostada on the site? It sounds delicious!

We had rotisserie chicken, dumplings, field peas, sliced tomatoes and corn bread. I had an orange for dessert - dh had fruitcake and coffee.
No Licia, it's one I made up It's simple I had a left over pie crust so I put it on a baking sheet on top of parchment paper. I brushed the crust with melted butter, then I put on sliced apples peel and all, mixed with sugar,cinnamon,a little nutmeg and clove and then some toasted nuts, walnuts or almonds. the I took the edge and folded it up all the way around the circle about a 1/2 inch.Then I put little pieces of butter over the top just a little. Baked at 325 til golden brown or crust is bake through. DH love it with some vanilla ice cream, s-i-l loves it anyway he can get it. It's good made with pears or plums as well.
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Old 01-04-2010, 06:30 PM   #12
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linguine & crabmeat/lemon/butter/parsley.
or pasta & truffles.
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Mmmm, that sounds good, luvs. Makes my leftovers look paltry. But they ARE quality, home-made leftovers...
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Cold, cold, cold here today. High, in total sunshine, was only about 20F.

We're having Swiss steak, mashed potatoes and buttery-streusel cake with whipped topping. Good day to stay inside and sit by the fireplace.
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Old 01-04-2010, 07:53 PM   #16
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Homemade Sausage bread





Homemade Pizza - sauce, sausage, peppers, onions, mushrooms, sliced garlic, romano cheese, mozzarella, herbs and spices.



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Old 01-04-2010, 09:06 PM   #18
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using new pot my granddaughter gave me for christmas. it is cast iron covered with porcelain . dutch oven size, maybe a tad larger. anyway made bean and ham soup. gonna make garlic bread to go with it.

tomorrow will give some to granddaughter and also my son. otherwise i get sick of it. the pot is lovely and i can picture using it a lot.
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Mmmm, that sounds good, luvs. Makes my leftovers look paltry. But they ARE quality, home-made leftovers...

well, thanks! although dinner isn't gonna occur tonite. tomorrow, instead, though.
i like leftovers! :) especially winter soups & stews. cheers!
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No Licia, it's one I made up It's simple I had a left over pie crust so I put it on a baking sheet on top of parchment paper. I brushed the crust with melted butter, then I put on sliced apples peel and all, mixed with sugar,cinnamon,a little nutmeg and clove and then some toasted nuts, walnuts or almonds. the I took the edge and folded it up all the way around the circle about a 1/2 inch.Then I put little pieces of butter over the top just a little. Baked at 325 til golden brown or crust is bake through. DH love it with some vanilla ice cream, s-i-l loves it anyway he can get it. It's good made with pears or plums as well.
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Thanks. I will certainly make one. GS and I made apple dumplings for dessert tonight. He ate 3 (or course they aren't very big).
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