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Old 01-26-2013, 11:12 PM   #1
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Dinner Sunday 27th January

Tonight we are making homemade Butter Chicken with basmati rice, pappadoms and hot mango chutney
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Old 01-26-2013, 11:19 PM   #2
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Tonight we are making homemade Butter Chicken with basmati rice, pappadoms and hot mango chutney
I would get excited but you know how I feel about chicken
I would have loved the sound of that a few years ago

I am making roast lamb, roast potatoes, spiced rice and baked gemsquash. Hubby's b-day so he wants a roast dinner. And we're having old fashioned milktart (he's not a fan of cake)
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I made the Chicken Vesuvio that was posted a few days ago - I think it was Cerise. It was delicious! I added the artichokes but had to pass on the mushrooms. They would have been a good addition, but it was great the way it was. I thickened the sauce up a bit with cornstarch and we loved it!
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Old 01-27-2013, 12:38 AM   #4
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I made the Chicken Vesuvio that was posted a few days ago - I think it was Cerise. It was delicious! I added the artichokes but had to pass on the mushrooms. They would have been a good addition, but it was great the way it was. I thickened the sauce up a bit with cornstarch and we loved it!
I'm glad you liked it, LPB.
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Old 01-27-2013, 09:03 AM   #5
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I've got a gorgeous pork sirloin roast started. It's in the oven, in a covered pot, sprinkled all over with thyme, and sitting in beer, @ 275.

I'm also making CWS' recipe: Dilled Carrot Soup
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Old 01-27-2013, 10:20 AM   #6
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Great dinners, everyone!!!

I am going to do up some stuffed chicken breasts. Spinach, bacon, cheese.
Served with roasted veggies...
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I'm making tonkatsu with soba noodles. Going to put all of it on a bed of greens (our green-low-lights are going off! So I bought a container of mixed baby greens and baby spinach)(everyone who believes you should only buy local and in season, what in the heck are you supposed to do when it is -5 in the mornings?). The Tonkatsu sauce I bought, bottled, is a bit too sweet, so I'll make something from scratch. Alternatively I have a bottle of peanut and one of sesame "salad dressings" and might just cheat and use on on the noodles, the other on the greens.
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All the Dinner's sound outstanding! I'm braised short beef ribs with celery,carrots, onions, and leeks in a beef broth and red wine simmered for two hours.. probably have corn bread with it.
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All the Dinner's sound outstanding! I'm braised short beef ribs with celery,carrots, onions, and leeks in a beef broth and red wine simmered for two hours.. probably have corn bread with it.
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I made the Chicken Vesuvio that was posted a few days ago - I think it was Cerise. It was delicious! I added the artichokes but had to pass on the mushrooms. They would have been a good addition, but it was great the way it was. I thickened the sauce up a bit with cornstarch and we loved it!
This was actually Saturday's meal. I get so confused!

Not too sure about today but it will either be roast beef or chicken wings and not sure what I will do with either. Then again, it could be salmon....
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