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Old 02-03-2013, 07:42 PM   #31
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Tonight I'm making pan-fried rainbow trout with a white wine/garlic/butter sauce with lemon juice and herbs. Serving it with basmati rice and roasted broccoli.
Mexican Chocolate Icebox Cake for dessert.
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Old 02-03-2013, 09:00 PM   #32
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Tonight I'm making pan-fried rainbow trout with a white wine/garlic/butter sauce with lemon juice and herbs. Serving it with basmati rice and roasted broccoli.
Mexican Chocolate Icebox Cake for dessert.
That all sounds amazing Merstar
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Old 02-03-2013, 09:03 PM   #33
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Looks fantastic, Kylie!




Thank you so much Merstar
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Old 02-03-2013, 09:35 PM   #34
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Everyone's dinners look and sound yummy!

Ours was pretty good too. DH was very thankful for his steak and I grilled it perfectly. I feel so bad cooking so much poultry, but it is good when I can surprise him like this!
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Thank you so much Merstar
Kylie, can you post or PM your recipe for those flatbreads? They look great!
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Old 02-03-2013, 09:48 PM   #36
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We're half watching the game too.....pretty funny about the power outage. I wonder who lost their job?

We aren't much for snacking so we're hungry for dinner. I tried to organize some of my printed recipes today and lit upon Phillipino Chicken Adobo. It's sure smelling good and will be served over rice with a side salad. I'd be happy to post it if anyone is interested.

That curry dish looks wonderful and it's printed and ready. I'd love to see the flat bread recipe too Kylie....post it for posterity please?
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Old 02-03-2013, 09:55 PM   #37
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The nachos and the citrus salad were yum! I used an artisan cheese I got at Costco, it was called buffalo wing cheddar. Oh my it was really spicy. Didn't need any jalapeņos on these nachos.



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Old 02-03-2013, 10:10 PM   #38
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We're half watching the game too.....pretty funny about the power outage. I wonder who lost their job?

We aren't much for snacking so we're hungry for dinner. I tried to organize some of my printed recipes today and lit upon Phillipino Chicken Adobo. It's sure smelling good and will be served over rice with a side salad. I'd be happy to post it if anyone is interested.

That curry dish looks wonderful and it's printed and ready. I'd love to see the flat bread recipe too Kylie....post it for posterity please?
Yes, please post the Filipino Chicken Adobo!
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The nachos and the citrus salad were yum! I used an artisan cheese I got at Costco, it was called buffalo wing cheddar. Oh my it was really spicy. Didn't need any jalapeņos on these nachos.
Looks great!
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@ Kayelle - I thought the person who lost their job was the guy who messed up the sound in the earlier pre-game show with Brett Farve. It's funny because I thought the same thing. "Someone's head will roll."

I made Mini-Po'Boys with potato salad, Chicken-Sausage gumbo, and banana trifle for dessert. There is a picture here.

An exciting game.
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