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Old 10-30-2012, 03:22 PM   #21
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Oh, I see. You want specifics.

Ok, since it was a little gloomy and cold outside, I made my usual "indoor salmon" recipe, which involves slathering it with mustard and dill and cooking it under the broiler. We also had mashed celery root. For that, I simply mash the cooked celery root and then stir in some light sour cream and a pinch of nutmeg. Beats potatoes any day of the week.
LOL, thanks Steve!

That does sound lovely...I like to get ideas as we have salmon twice a week and it is nice to have it different ways
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Well here it is Monday already. I should have a better handle on the week. Which I may later, just not today. Tonight it's Cornmeal Waffles and sausage patties. I just stirred up some waffle batter and am letting it rest a little. Drum practice on the table with utensils while Monday Night Football is on. So it goes.
I love the sound of your dinner Whisk, especially the sausage patties
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Very shortly we are having rainbow trout and a garden salad
Sounds good. How did you season your trout?
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Old 10-30-2012, 06:16 PM   #24
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Last night, I made stracoto (Italian pot roast) with porcinis, red wine and rosemary, and served it with seasoned steamed green beans and rice, with a garden tomato alongside.
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Old 10-30-2012, 06:43 PM   #25
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Last night, I made stracoto (Italian pot roast) with porcinis, red wine and rosemary, and served it with seasoned steamed green beans and rice, with a garden tomato alongside.
Looks great..
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Looks great..
Thanks, Q. Any damage from the storm? We only lost power for an hour or so.
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Mrs. 40C is making Tortilla Soup for us tonight. Yum.

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Last night, I made stracoto (Italian pot roast) with porcinis, red wine and rosemary, and served it with seasoned steamed green beans and rice, with a garden tomato alongside.
That looks fabulous GG
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Thanks, Q. Any damage from the storm? We only lost power for an hour or so.
Just some branches down.. power stayed on.. all in all pretty good...
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