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Old 11-18-2010, 04:59 PM   #11
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What's that? I mean, do you mean 50 degrees?

It's my daughter’s birthday, 7, my parents are coming, she already had a birthday party at school, so no big deal for her. I left brisket in the oven before I left for work, by the time I come home it will be perfect. I just hope I come home before guests arrive. I still have to make mushroom soup, mash potato, gravy, some chicken schnitzel for some of my kids that will not even touch the beef, and I'm going to make the pastry dough cookie my daughter loves. In Russian they are called "Mother's-in-law tongue”. Very simple. Readymade pastry dough. Cut the dough into rectangles, about 2 X 5 inches. Very approximately. Spread some sugar onto the working surface roll the dough pressing just hard enough so that sugar will stick inside the dough, leave one piece clean on the bottom, and layer them up together, maybe 4-5 pieces. Sprinkle some water on the baking sheet. Bake per box instruction. When done let it cool sprinkle with some powder sugar serve with a nice cup of tea or coffee, my daughter will be happy with some soda, but I’m not buying any.
She means its SUPER cold up here in the hills!!! :)
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Well I started off thinking of doing something with Side Pork but then my friend mentioned scalloped taters, so now I have to go find my car in all the white stuff and get meself a ham....mmmmm ham and scalloped taters!!!
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Old 11-18-2010, 05:04 PM   #13
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Not a clue... the cupboards and fridge are practically bare. Today is grocery day (payday = grocery day) but that won't get done until after this mythical dinner happens. The kids might have to share their fish sticks with us!
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Old 11-18-2010, 05:53 PM   #14
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Old 11-18-2010, 06:06 PM   #15
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She means its SUPER cold up here in the hills!!! :)
And it is SUPER cold and WET here on the western side of those hills. The wet looks way to close to turning white for my liking.

So, I pulled some hamburger soup out of the freezer (ironically) and that will be supper for Dad and I with some fresh baking powder biscuits.
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That's an awesome cheeseburger there, PP. Is that Jalapeno Jack I see melting there?
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I'm going to have tuna noodle casserole and peas tonight. I might get extra lazy and just add the peas to the casserole...
I'm getting ready to fix this now. I forgot to mention one of my favorite things about having tuna noodle casserole for supper. The leftovers are GREAT for breakfast the next day!

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Soup! Possibly minestrone!
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That's an awesome cheeseburger there, PP. Is that Jalapeno Jack I see melting there?
Thank you! Its very close to pepper jack. It has peppers it in it but the cheese is dryer than Jack cheese.
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grilled chicken, an artichoke. that will probably be it. or not, lol.been looking at recipes to find something new for thanksgiving. surprisingly took my appetite away.
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