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Old 04-04-2013, 11:05 PM   #31
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I'm graduating from Master Gardener class tonight, woo hoo! People who have already graduated, known as perennials, are bringing food for a potluck.
Congrats on the certification GotGarlic! From what I understand it's a lot of work. I'm too lazy to plant even a tomato plant or two...
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Old 04-04-2013, 11:09 PM   #32
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That sounds delicious, Cerise.

Tonight it's white turkey chili out of the freezer. Got 3 fresh beets to deal with somehow. Also some celery sticks w/Smucker's natural peanut butter. Celery was $1 a stalk so I got one, but I'm having a heck of a time using it up a rib at a time. Usually only buy it to make bird stuffing in November.
tinlizzie, that Smucker's natural is my fave! Have you ever tried it on apple slices? Makes them taste like caramel apples, only wholesome. When we are in OH visiting our progeny I always make sure to load up on it for the trip back to MA. I get it super-cheap at a pharmacy-turned-everything store back home. Oddly, though, it costs more at the Smucker's factory store.
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Old 04-05-2013, 12:35 AM   #33
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Nice pic, Alfred! Beer batter?
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also, did you use cod?


our dinner didn't quite turn out as sushi tonight. after a brutal night of work that turned into a morning of answering engineering emails to various management departments, i needed to sleep. so dw just had pasta; my boy had chicken nuggets and rice. i woke up in time to finish just a few forkfuls of pasta.

so i'm eating pizza tonight, topped with raw onions and green peppers, and aged sriracha.
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Old 04-05-2013, 01:02 AM   #34
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Kylie and Snip, I don't know if KFC has their new chicken pot pies in oz and SA....but if they do, try them sometime. They are really good!

We're having oven roasted chicken, baked potatoes and broccoli rob with asparagus.
Nope, we don't have it yet. I'll keep checking the menu and try it when they do. We always get new items later than everyone else
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We don't have them yet either Kayelle, it sounds nice though
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Old 04-05-2013, 01:39 AM   #36
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fish and chips w/homemade tartar sauce and malt vinegar (of course)
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Old 04-05-2013, 07:02 AM   #37
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tinlizzie, that Smucker's natural is my fave! Have you ever tried it on apple slices? Makes them taste like caramel apples, only wholesome. When we are in OH visiting our progeny I always make sure to load up on it for the trip back to MA. I get it super-cheap at a pharmacy-turned-everything store back home. Oddly, though, it costs more at the Smucker's factory store.
It sure isn't cheap, is it, C? No, haven't teamed it with apple - sounds yummy. Been thinking about investigating something that is new to me, but really old -- peanut sauces as in Thai/Asian flavors. So many food/cooking variations are possible now that we can order exotic spices on line.

My goodness - how computers have changed our lives in even little ways like that!
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Old 04-05-2013, 10:11 AM   #38
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I wasn't that hungry and since I didn't have eggs for breakfast, I took a couple of the curry pickled eggs I'd made a couple a weeks ago, added some chopped green onion, more curry powder, some cayenne pepper and tofunaise (another experiment -- it works instead of mayo), warmed up one of the homemade pitas from Sunday, added some leaf lettuce and watched BBT. Poor Leonard! The egg salad was really tasty. I'm bringing the pickled eggs on my road trip (and the tofunaise) so I can make egg salad sandwiches when I stop for lunch.
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I wasn't that hungry and since I didn't have eggs for breakfast, I took a couple of the curry pickled eggs I'd made a couple a weeks ago, added some chopped green onion, more curry powder, some cayenne pepper and tofunaise (another experiment -- it works instead of mayo), warmed up one of the homemade pitas from Sunday, added some leaf lettuce and watched BBT. Poor Leonard! The egg salad was really tasty. I'm bringing the pickled eggs on my road trip (and the tofunaise) so I can make egg salad sandwiches when I stop for lunch.
Sounds lovely How do you make your curried pickled eggs?
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Sounds lovely How do you make your curried pickled eggs?
Here's the link. I use my friend's curry powder.

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