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Old 07-20-2012, 05:28 PM   #31
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Tonight we will be having Chicken Parmesan and Spaghetti Noodles. Also I've got some biscuits in the oven cooking. I can cook just about anything if I set my mind to it. But biscuits is one thing that I can master like the rest. My mother use to make biscuits for every breakfast and every supper so I always get so frustrated when my biscuits don't turn out like hers
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Old 07-20-2012, 05:29 PM   #32
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At my Czech aunt's house, it was called a Fasirky (sp?). Different name, but the same thing.

Tonight we are hosting a neighborhood progressive dinner with three other houses. Each of us makes one course of the meal and then moves on to the next house. We end it with a bonfire and dessert.

We are doing the entree course. I'm making grilled Salmon with balsamic reduction glaze, potatoes dauphinoise, and a fresh sweet corn salad.
That sounds great Steve...what a wonderful way to bring neighbours together and have an enjoyable evening

The entree you made sounds delicious
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Old 07-20-2012, 05:40 PM   #33
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This is Friday night´s dinner for my daughter Naia & I ... Photo attached. The recipe shall be posted in the Fish & Shellfish Section Saturday am.

Ciao and have great evening, Margi.
Margi, that looks amazing!
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Old 07-20-2012, 06:54 PM   #34
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At my Czech aunt's house, it was called a Fasirky (sp?). Different name, but the same thing.

Tonight we are hosting a neighborhood progressive dinner with three other houses. Each of us makes one course of the meal and then moves on to the next house. We end it with a bonfire and dessert.

We are doing the entree course. I'm making grilled Salmon with balsamic reduction glaze, potatoes dauphinoise, and a fresh sweet corn salad.
That is a great idea, the progressive party. I will have to think about starting one here.

In Denmark they call them "kabonade" or "krebinet", though they are usually made with pork or pork and veal.
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Old 07-20-2012, 07:13 PM   #35
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We also like chicken rissoles...they are lovely
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I am making carbonara. I just discovered that all our bacon has gone off, so it will be a meatless one. It will be an experiment. I think I will add extra cheese.
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Old 07-20-2012, 07:41 PM   #37
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That should still taste nice with the extra cheese Taxy
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Old 07-20-2012, 07:52 PM   #38
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we went out to divey little mom and pop italian place tonight that came highly recommended from some of my baseball parents.

the decor was 1960's finished basement, and tbe service was friendly but very slow. the food was inexpensive and outstanding! worth the wait.

we started with salads and manhattan clam chowder, then a fantastic appy of fried calamari and shrimp with spicy marinara.

next, my boy had a sizzling sirloin (sizzling on a white hot plate with maggi sauce) and a side of pasta; dw had the veal picata, baked spud, and steamed stringbeans; i had the marinated veal chops and a side of pasta.

portions were huge, and everything delicious.

dessert was coffee and a so-so tiramisu.

we'll have to try their pizza soon.
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we went out to divey little mom and pop italian place tonight that came highly recommended from some of my baseball parents.

the decor was 1960's finished basement, and tbe service was friendly but very slow. the food was inexpensive and outstanding! worth the wait.

we started with salads and manhattan clam chowder, then a fantastic appy of fried calamari and shrimp with spicy marinara.

next, my boy had a sizzling sirloin (sizzling on a white hot plate with maggi sauce) and a side of pasta; dw had the veal picata, baked spud, and steamed stringbeans; i had the marinated veal chops and a side of pasta.

portions were huge, and everything delicious.

dessert was coffee and a so-so tiramisu.

we'll have to try their pizza soon.
Steve's Sizzling Steak? LOL

Whats the name and where?
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Old 07-20-2012, 08:05 PM   #40
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Beer & BBQ ....(.BBQ pork booty sammiches)
A Few FF Potatoes.......
Chocolate 'Cream......
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