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Old 01-26-2008, 05:41 PM   #11
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I will Trish! Actually, I just did! :-) They are cleaning some things up now, and of course making lots of noise. We miss you!!!
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Old 01-26-2008, 05:51 PM   #12
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First course - boston bibb lettuce with grape tomatoes and bleu cheese viniagrette

Second course - lobster tails stuffed with spinach, pignoli nuts, raisins, shallots and truffle oil, topped with the lobster meat. Served with a sancere

Third course - T bone steaks, rare... with sauteed mushrooms and oven roasted potatoes. Served with merlot

I made two loaves of bread.

Dessesrt - orange creme pie with candied orange slices.

Cocktail - Bookers with a drop of water
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Old 01-26-2008, 06:12 PM   #13
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We are going out tonight.....no cooking or dishes to clean! We have an art show cocktail party & then maybe Mexican or Mediterranean.....depends on the appetizers at the party!
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Old 01-26-2008, 06:15 PM   #14
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just got back from dinner at M&S again. caesar salad, philly cheesesteak albacore tuna though, not beef
so good.
had to sit down and quick as I went shopping beforehand and needed to regain composer before the mighty walk back.
oh the shopping here is awful oh, um, I mean good, very good
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Old 01-26-2008, 06:24 PM   #15
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It's quiet here today, so DH and I are going to just have some corn chowder and I'm fixing him a sandwich on country style bread of spicy pork sausage, topped with sauted red and yellow peppers and red onions then top that with some fontina and pop it all in the panini maker wil the cheese melts...My sammi is going to be no sausage but it will have a thick slice of eggplant I've breaded and fried, topped with the onions peppers, and fontina cheese...no soup for me but I've cut up some apples,tangerines, celery, melon and made a small fruit salad..dessert I took a sheet of puff pastry and spread it with mascarpone that I'd mixed with toasted pine nuts, spread it on the pastry then I topped that with some black cherry jam. It's baking right now..Have no clue how it will taste but what the heck nothing ventured nothing gained, Right?

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Old 01-26-2008, 06:48 PM   #16
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Vera, You meal sounds wonderful.

I am cooking a couple of steaks, with twice baked potatoes, crusty bread and green beans. Dessert is store bought chocolate eclairs.
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Old 01-26-2008, 07:08 PM   #17
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Now that my oven is fixed I am having one of my favorites: Chip-N-Chili Pie. Basically, it is layered crushed Fritos, chili, cheese, and onion/green chiles. A green salad on the side and dinner is done.
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Old 01-26-2008, 07:39 PM   #18
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Today is my son's 4th birthday. (My avatar baby)
There are only 3 things he will eat for sure, spaghetti, potato pancakes, or tacos. He picked tacos.
Then some cake with blue cream cheese frosting!
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Old 01-26-2008, 10:56 PM   #19
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It's quiet here today, so DH and I are going to just have some corn showder and I'm fixing him a sandwich oncountry style bread of spicy pork sausage, topped with sauted red and yellow peppers and red onions then top that with some fontina and pop it all in the panini maker wil the cheese melts...My sammis going to be no sausage but it will have a thick slice of eggplant I've breaded and fried, topped with the onions peppers, and fontina cheese...no soup for me but I've cut up some apples,tangerines, celery, melon and made a small fruit salad..dessert I took a sheet of puff pastry and spread it with mascarpone that I'd mixed with toasted pine nuts, spread it on the pastry then I topped that with some black cherry jam. It's baking right now..Have no clue how it will taste but what the heck nothing ventured nothing gained, Right?

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please tell me how it turns out. have been looking for dishes with mascarpone in it.

thanks so much

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Old 01-27-2008, 02:24 AM   #20
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Tonight it's Chicken Livers with onions and scrambled eggs!
Left overs from a Chicken Liver's and rice dinner.

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