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Old 05-03-2008, 07:52 PM   #21
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think i will have a store bought turkey pot pie and a salad. have nice fruit for dessert. might decide what to bake , instead though. after all it is sat. night.


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Old 05-03-2008, 08:01 PM   #22
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Left over pork stew I made yesterday, still enough there for all of us, LOL. Maybe some corn bread to go with it.
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Old 05-03-2008, 09:28 PM   #23
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Lou is out looking for julep cups (perish the thought, I don't have real julep cups).....
vb, what do julep cups look like?

it was big brown at almost 5 lengths!!!!! i listened to the race as i raced home tonight.

so dinner will probably be souvlaki, again.

i wished the track was sloppy. i bet on my mother.

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Old 05-03-2008, 09:30 PM   #24
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1 1/4" thick Sirloin, corn on the cob..
I steeped the corn first in HOT water, then put on the grill to finish. This is just after I turned the steak and put the corn on the grill.

steak was simply seasoned with pepper steak seasoning, Worcestershire sauce, sea salt, black pepper. The corn was served buttered with sea salt.

Fantastic piece of meat. Tender, full flavor.. one of my favorite cuts.
Corn was surprisingly sweet for this time of year.
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Old 05-03-2008, 09:43 PM   #25
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mmmm, steak and corn.
I've gotta try to find me some of that early corn.
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Old 05-03-2008, 09:54 PM   #26
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Sirloin looks great, Jeff.

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Old 05-03-2008, 10:13 PM   #27
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would u please e-mail your recipe for shepards pie. my son had it in new orleans . and can't stop raving about it. found several on line but they don't sound like what he describes.babe
it's easy, but if you can give me a little time, I'll get it off to you
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Old 05-04-2008, 07:38 AM   #28
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man does that sound good. kudos on a new combo for cookies. i bet they do smell good. that is one will try. didn't see cinnamon chips but will look at another store.
I found them by accident! I had decided on trying cookies made with a cherry cake mix and dark chocolate chips. As I was looking for the chocolate chips I saw the cinnamon ones and my brain went..."Hmmm there was a spice cake mix back there..Hmmm" So I got the makings for both.

I'll try the cherry chocolate this week. Oh.. and the spice cookies with cinnamon chips... YUM!!!!
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Well the original plan was a roast with baby zucchini and sweet potatoes but I had lunch at a Mexican restaurant which leaves me not very hungry. My husband will have leftover sauce with pasta and I guess I may nibble on the leftover Chinese food. I did get fresh bread today and a lemon cake.

Vera,

Where do you come up with all these great recipes? Are they your own? I pale in comparison.
Sure, I come up with this stuff on my own...but that doesn't mean much. I work in the industry, so I have more exposure, that's all.

I put amaretto in the mashed sweet potatoes. That was a wonderful touch, and they were magnificent, hahaha. I do thank you for the nice compliment.
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vb, what do julep cups look like?

it was big brown at almost 5 lengths!!!!! i listened to the race as i raced home tonight.

so dinner will probably be souvlaki, again.

i wished the track was sloppy. i bet on my mother.

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Julep cups are traditionally silver. A cheaper version is glass, in a silver holder. You drink a julep in a high ball type glass.

We watched the race, naturally. It was very exciting, but so very tragic, as well. 8 Belles finished second, yet euthanized right there on the track. Heartbreaking.

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