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Old 12-13-2010, 01:07 AM   #31
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oh man, now i'm craving chicken livers.

a little evoo, a minced shallot, a few chix livers, some kosher salt, and crusty bread and i'm all set.

i was able to finally get the post thanksgiving sale turkey i bought in the oven this afternoon, but i didn't have time to make the stuffing or gravy, so that'll be tomorrow night's dinner.

we ended up reheating the chicken parm i made on friday. it was really good for leftovers. i ran out of seasoned breadcrumbs so i used panko instead, and added dried herbs. it fried up nicely with litlle oil, and with the sauce and cheese you couldn't tell the difference except that they were remarkably tender.
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Old 12-13-2010, 02:54 AM   #32
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Bought a small turkey at Costco and made it for tonight's dinner in my convection oven - cooked in one and a half hours and was very moist. Served it with Sauteed Tuscan Kale and Sweet Potatoes. For dessert: homemade vanilla ice cream made in my new Cuisinart Ice Cream Maker.
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Old 12-13-2010, 03:06 AM   #33
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BuckyT - I love experimentation. But I have never liked Livers from anywhere.

I hope you have the best livers anywhere :-)

But anywho, I like the rest of your recipe composites.

You are someone I would cook with.
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Old 12-13-2010, 02:27 PM   #34
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"Babetoo QUOTE: now you have done it. i am craving chicken livers. will have to go back into my order and add some to the list. thanks a bunch!!lol QUOTE

It's a nice change of pace. And economical. For me it's 4 main dishes for $1.50.

grocery order will be delivered tomorrow. guess what's for dinner tomorrow night. you must have remarkable self restraint. i can almost eat a pound by myself. just a little coleslaw and i am in hog heaven.
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Old 12-13-2010, 02:46 PM   #35
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Either peppersteak or beef chow mein. It is just me, and they were on sale, so I just got the LaChoy stuff. Not as good as homemade, but still ok for something quick. Or maybe tacos (homemade). It all depends on which craving I give into tonight. Since I had taquitos and guacamole for lunch though, I'm pretty sure it will be either peppersteak or chow mein.

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Old 12-13-2010, 06:25 PM   #36
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grocery order will be delivered tomorrow. guess what's for dinner tomorrow night. you must have remarkable self restraint. i can almost eat a pound by myself. just a little coleslaw and i am in hog heaven.

It's not self restraint, it's breading. Even just the flour fills me up. I wanted to eat the whole half pound but couldn't. It's a good thing, because the back pain is worse when I gorge myself so I've been trying to ease up.
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