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Old 03-12-2013, 01:23 AM   #31
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Another fave restaurant, another fantastic dish, Pescado Rellano:

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We split it. A fish filet stuffed with all kinds of seafood and baked in foil with a butter and cream sauce. Lots of garlic bread to sop up the juices, heaven.
Looks lovely DL
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Old 03-12-2013, 01:30 AM   #32
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I have some brined pork chops for the grill. Mashed potato's on the side (and some kraut for me) and a salad. We still have some butter pound cake for desert.

I've never brined my chops before. It will be interesting to see the difference.
Epic fail. The pork chops were dry and tough. Oh well. Scratch the brining of pork chops. Maybe we should have thread called "Dogs Dinner" for meals that didn't work out. Not that I would feed my dogs these chops.
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Old 03-12-2013, 03:07 AM   #33
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I like that. Next time I'll make more and call you.
Goody! I have several dessert ideas I want to try out and TB can't eat them!
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Old 03-12-2013, 03:11 AM   #34
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I went down to Albuquerque all day with my house designer, looking at tile, countertops and cabinets, we had a blast but I am whupped. Just polished off a grilled cheese.
We are just waiting for Dad's Estate to settle and we are planning to remodel the kitchen in his honour (if we decide not to move, but we will probably remodel the one in the new place too!). Dad always wanted me to have things more accessible like drawers instead of bottom shelves where I can't reach anything and a lazy susan cupboard instead of having to go to the store room for my extra food items. So I can't wait to look for tile, countertops and cabinets as well. We have been watching a lot of renovation shows on TV and getting a ton of ideas!
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Old 03-12-2013, 06:51 AM   #35
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Did the Hellmans chicken(mayo with Parm cheese slathered on a BLSL chicken breast and sprinkled with Italian bread crumbs) last night, its one of our favs. Did some quinoa and a salad with it.
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Looks lovely DL
Thanks Kylie, it was fantastic!
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We are just waiting for Dad's Estate to settle and we are planning to remodel the kitchen in his honour (if we decide not to move, but we will probably remodel the one in the new place too!). Dad always wanted me to have things more accessible like drawers instead of bottom shelves where I can't reach anything and a lazy susan cupboard instead of having to go to the store room for my extra food items. So I can't wait to look for tile, countertops and cabinets as well. We have been watching a lot of renovation shows on TV and getting a ton of ideas!
Drawers are great. So is a wall-mount oven. When I go to my mom's, I love the pullout lower drawers instead of bottom shelves and covet the wall-mount oven and flat-top stove.
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