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Old 02-03-2013, 01:48 PM   #21
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it doesnt really matter who wins to me .. i dont have a issue with ray lewis ... he gets a bit carried away at times .. but i tune out pretty easily .. or maybe im easily distracted and dont pay attention for that .. hey a squirrel ...
anywho .. going to make deep dish pizza .. my way .. and some other pizzas .. buffalo chicken dip .. some buffalo wings .. and some abts ...
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Old 02-03-2013, 02:11 PM   #22
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lol. Your squirrel made me laugh, Q.
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Old 02-03-2013, 02:46 PM   #23
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I am not sure what today's meal will be. I have to get groceries so I may stop at my butcher's and see if he has anything on special today. I have some thin cut chicken breasts I could do a stir-fry or chicken tenders with. But TB has eaten a lot of poultry lately (I am not allowed much red meat) so if I can get him a nice steak that would work.

Anyway, I will report back!
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Old 02-03-2013, 03:14 PM   #24
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Wow it looks great Kyles I am so pleased you liked it. It is actually a friends recipe and I will tell her she will be chuffed .
Thanks so much GQ

Yes, please do tell your friend, it was perfect!

Did she just make it up herself?

Oh btw, Steve said it did tast quite similar to the chippies back in the UK, when he had the curry sauce with chips
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Old 02-03-2013, 03:15 PM   #25
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oh man, that looks good, kylie. thanks for the pics, and to gq for the recipe.

since it's super bowl sunday here, we're having shrimp cocktail, a mixed green salad with creamy bacon dressing, loaded nachos, and broiled buffalo wings.

go ravens! i want to hear the 9'ers say nevermore.
Thanks heaps Tom

I love the sound of your dinner, my kind of meal YUM!
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Old 02-03-2013, 06:42 PM   #26
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While the game is on, I'll be fiddling on the computer and only half paying attention. I am making wings though. They are in the oven and I'll make some corn to go with them and call it a meal.
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Old 02-03-2013, 07:10 PM   #27
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It's just the two of us today. The game is on, we are half watching and half hanging out on the computer. We like the commercials ;) we always joke that if we have to leave the room, we have to wait for the commercials to be over lol! As far as today's dinner......
We are going to have nachos, Chips and dips, chicken breast chunks with bourbon/honey sauce, and winter citrus salad. I have some frozen samosas that I might heat up too.
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Old 02-03-2013, 07:30 PM   #28
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My butcher didn't disappoint! Got a beautiful steak (In the US you call it New York) and the market had some mushrooms on sale. I have some fingerling potatoes which I will bake and add tomatoes and cucumber. This will be TB's dinner when he comes home from work.

I will have chicken cutlet (no breading) with the rest of the kale I got a few days ago and the tomatoes and cucumber.

I got some beautiful strawberries for dessert! We haven't had dessert for ages so this will be nice.
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Wow it looks great Kyles I am so pleased you liked it. It is actually a friends recipe and I will tell her she will be chuffed .
Your recipe sounds great! What is the reason for both flours? Can I just use all plain flour or do I need to combine it with the self-rising flour? (I don't have any self rising flour in the house, so I would have to make my own).
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Guys, the Chinese Chicken Curry was absolutely delicious, I urge you all to try it

Thank you so much for a fabulous, tasty recipe GQ

Flatbread we made



Chinese Chicken Curry

Looks fantastic, Kylie!
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