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Old 07-21-2013, 02:12 PM   #11
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Today will be the grilled Shrimp Tacos and the Black Bean Quinoa Salad that didn't happen yesterday :) I am putting my "thinking cap" on for some kind of dessert.
First thing that came to mind is lemon or lime cheesecake.
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Old 07-21-2013, 02:14 PM   #12
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I'm not sure what I'm making. I have some chicken thighs that need to be cooked or frozen, so maybe those. I have a bunch of veggies I picked up at the farmer's market yesterday, so some sort of veggie dish, and I have a lot of different types of cheese. Maybe a veggie-filled pasta salad to go with grilled chicken.
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Old 07-21-2013, 02:15 PM   #13
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Shrimp scampi over angel hair pasta, French-cut green beans, homemade baguette with garlic butter, iced tea and.......blackberry cobbler. Our blackberry vines are going nuts. What a treat!!
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Old 07-21-2013, 03:54 PM   #14
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I'm not sure what I'm making. I have some chicken thighs that need to be cooked or frozen, so maybe those. I have a bunch of veggies I picked up at the farmer's market yesterday, so some sort of veggie dish, and I have a lot of different types of cheese. Maybe a veggie-filled pasta salad to go with grilled chicken.

What types of cheese GG? (Just being nosy as I love cheese).
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Old 07-21-2013, 04:19 PM   #15
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Burgers on the grill with homemade potato salad that I'm working on right now.
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Any suggestions for something "summery", but not on the grill, that I can do with kielbasa?

Doesn't have to be real "summery", just not "wintery".
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Old 07-21-2013, 04:41 PM   #17
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Tri-tip sandwiches on big soft French rolls, sliced tomatoes, pickles thin sliced onions, lettuce,to go on the sandwiches as well as cucumbers topped with cream cheese,finely chopped green onions, celery, Worchestershire, smoked salmon and capers a tuna dip, and chips, relish tray a big potato salad gotta get crackin and grill the tips. Oh yes pretty glasses with vanilla ice cream topped with caramel and tasted almonds.
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Any suggestions for something "summery", but not on the grill, that I can do with kielbasa?

Doesn't have to be real "summery", just not "wintery".
Well it might be nice chopped/sliced into an omelette with a bit of salad on the side?
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Tri-tip sandwiches on big soft French rolls, sliced tomatoes, pickles thin sliced onions, lettuce,to go on the sandwiches as well as cucumbers topped with cream cheese,finely chopped green onions, celery, Worchestershire, smoked salmon and capers a tuna dip, and chips, relish tray a big potato salad gotta get crackin and grill the tips. Oh yes pretty glasses with vanilla ice cream topped with caramel and tasted almonds.
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Wow, quite a spread and sounds delicious!
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Any suggestions for something "summery", but not on the grill, that I can do with kielbasa?

Doesn't have to be real "summery", just not "wintery".
Off the top of my head: Slice kielbasa super thin, fry, drain, add veggies (whatever you have, onions, peppers, shredded carrots, etc.) and sautee, along with balsamic, butter, some herbs maybe. Serve on butter and garlic toasted buns.

Or use as a pizza topping.
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