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Old 08-29-2011, 09:37 PM   #31
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Beautiful Steve!!

Here's our dinner. The rice pilaf turned out very nice too. Half cup of jasmine rice, half cup of orzo, browned in butter and oil. I added sliced shallots, chopped mushrooms to the saute', and then a handful of golden raisins, with two cups of rich chicken broth and one tablespoon of curry powder. Simmered for 15 min on low, fluffed, and added some slivered almonds to the mix. Very tasty.

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Old 08-29-2011, 11:46 PM   #32
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Beautiful Steve!!

Here's our dinner. The rice pilaf turned out very nice too. Half cup of jasmine rice, half cup of orzo, browned in butter and oil. I added sliced shallots, chopped mushrooms to the saute', and then a handful of golden raisins, with two cups of rich chicken broth and one tablespoon of curry powder. Simmered for 15 min on low, fluffed, and added some slivered almonds to the mix. Very tasty.
Very nice! I just love those kind of meals.
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Old 08-30-2011, 12:26 AM   #33
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omg, k-l. i could eat the monitor!

nice grill marks, steve.

i had leftovers. pasta rusticano (penne with red onion, spinach, amd crushed sausage in a garlic/ chunky tomato sauce), and broccoli in chinese garlic sauce.
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Old 08-30-2011, 02:16 AM   #34
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Beautiful Steve!!

Here's our dinner. The rice pilaf turned out very nice too. Half cup of jasmine rice, half cup of orzo, browned in butter and oil. I added sliced shallots, chopped mushrooms to the saute', and then a handful of golden raisins, with two cups of rich chicken broth and one tablespoon of curry powder. Simmered for 15 min on low, fluffed, and added some slivered almonds to the mix. Very tasty.
Kayelle, that pilaf looks amazing. I am going to give it a try. We love pilaf here.
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Old 08-30-2011, 02:22 AM   #35
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A colorful fall feast. Grilled Salmon with Agave Mustard Glaze, Baked Acorn Squash, and Red Lettuce Salad with Walnuts and Chipotle Mango Vinaigrette.

I could put that away with ease, the balance is just right for me.
Ps we share the same taste in food, plates and work surfaces.
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Old 08-30-2011, 02:26 AM   #36
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Beautiful Steve!!

Here's our dinner. The rice pilaf turned out very nice too. Half cup of jasmine rice, half cup of orzo, browned in butter and oil. I added sliced shallots, chopped mushrooms to the saute', and then a handful of golden raisins, with two cups of rich chicken broth and one tablespoon of curry powder. Simmered for 15 min on low, fluffed, and added some slivered almonds to the mix. Very tasty.

Kay another humdinger, very few people know how to make a good pilaf. IMO you nailed it and like SK the balance is spot on for me.
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Broiled Whiting and Herb and Butter Mashed Potatoes....not a match but tummy needs it mild.
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Old 08-30-2011, 11:09 AM   #38
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Many thanks to all for the nice compliments!
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beautiful steve!!

Here's our dinner. The rice pilaf turned out very nice too. Half cup of jasmine rice, half cup of orzo, browned in butter and oil. I added sliced shallots, chopped mushrooms to the saute', and then a handful of golden raisins, with two cups of rich chicken broth and one tablespoon of curry powder. Simmered for 15 min on low, fluffed, and added some slivered almonds to the mix. Very tasty.

beautiful!!
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Beautiful Steve!!

Here's our dinner. The rice pilaf turned out very nice too. Half cup of jasmine rice, half cup of orzo, browned in butter and oil. I added sliced shallots, chopped mushrooms to the saute', and then a handful of golden raisins, with two cups of rich chicken broth and one tablespoon of curry powder. Simmered for 15 min on low, fluffed, and added some slivered almonds to the mix. Very tasty.

Looks very delicious!!
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