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Old 05-16-2014, 02:42 AM   #11
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CW, your dinner looks like it turned out really well!


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Alix's breakfast for supper? What did she do, PM you her dinner plans?
I must have missed that post..
It was Alix's Wednesday dinner. ~ Meanwhile, change of plans at Chez Goddess. Himself had to run out to pick a couple things up and, as I was getting ready to start things he suggested he swing by the one restaurant we know that makes broasted chicken. I decided breakfast-for-dinner could be made any time. So tonight we had broasted chicken, jo-jo potatoes, peas, and the scalloped apples I had planned to make with breakfast. Himself says they taste like apple pie without the crust.
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Old 05-16-2014, 05:18 AM   #12
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Thanks, CG. Curious about your scalloped apples recipe? Care to share?
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Old 05-16-2014, 02:29 PM   #13
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"Recipe" CW? No recipe, really. I probably should have called them fried apple slices. I melt butter. I add whatever spices I want - this time it was cinnamon and nutmeg, plus a little brown sugar. When the butter is melted and the spices/sugar are blended in add sliced apples. Stir to coat, then flip over when the bottoms get golden brown. If you forget about them, just cook them down and call them applesauce. I use them as a side dish, but the next time I think I'll make them as a topping for ice cream.
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"Recipe" CW? No recipe, really. I probably should have called them fried apple slices. I melt butter. I add whatever spices I want - this time it was cinnamon and nutmeg, plus a little brown sugar. When the butter is melted and the spices/sugar are blended in add sliced apples. Stir to coat, then flip over when the bottoms get golden brown. If you forget about them, just cook them down and call them applesauce. I use them as a side dish, but the next time I think I'll make them as a topping for ice cream.
I do this with cubed apples as a topping for waffles.
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