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Old 10-27-2011, 07:41 PM   #11
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We always call it "marrying" the flavors in our family. I'm not sure where the expression came from.

I am a big fan of turkey necks and gizzards but, I liked them much better when they were inexpensive. It seems like "parts" have been discovered.
I call it "Honeymooning".
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Old 10-27-2011, 07:45 PM   #12
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We always call it "marrying" the flavors in our family. I'm not sure where the expression came from.

I am a big fan of turkey necks and gizzards but, I liked them much better when they were inexpensive. It seems like "parts" have been discovered.
Marrying is good.
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Old 10-27-2011, 07:51 PM   #13
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We're having miss mash tonight. Spent the whole afternoon at the mall working for Santa for my little ones so dinner is artichokes with either melted butter or mayo, sliced eggplant made into small pizza's and baked in the oven,some tomatoes chunked with evoo and vinegar and torta sourdough rolls cut and brushed with butter and garlic. Ice cream for dessert if we feel the need.
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Old 10-27-2011, 08:31 PM   #15
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Nice, Pac! And they don't look like they're being rained on!
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CP pot roast, standard with the exception of a half cup of vermouth.
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We always call it "marrying" the flavors in our family. I'm not sure where the expression came from.

I am a big fan of turkey necks and gizzards but, I liked them much better when they were inexpensive. It seems like "parts" have been discovered.
When I was tending bar at a busy Mexican restaurant, the end of the night task was "marrying" the bottles. Meaning pouring the same brand of one bottle into another in order to reduce the large number of bottles.
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Sorry, crock pot. It turned out really good!
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We always call it "marrying" the flavors in our family. I'm not sure where the expression came from.

I am a big fan of turkey necks and gizzards but, I liked them much better when they were inexpensive. It seems like "parts" have been discovered.
Don't get me started. Oops, too late. ;)

Stores have discovered too many things. I checked the price of beef bones today: $4.99/kg ($2.25/lb). I can buy meat for less than that! Beef shanks: $9.99/kg! $4.50/lb). I thought the price of spare ribs was bad. I wish the "cheap" cuts wouldn't get popular.
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Nice, Pac! And they don't look like they're being rained on!
Thanks! Amazing what a porch roof can do!
And they were nice.
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