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Old 12-08-2013, 12:32 AM   #31
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We had a variation on Kadema's Pork in Onion Sauce TNT. I didn't use pork chops, I cut a pork tenderloin into medallions. I served it with nuked, left over potatoes, rødkål (I was too pooped to make a salad), and Mommessin's Cuvée Saint Pierre white. Dessert was a berry mousse. It was all tasty. The dessert was divine. It was a little bit soft, so I will post the recipe once I get it right.
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Old 12-08-2013, 12:41 AM   #32
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Oh! That will teach people to clean things properly, yes?

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Urk!
If it's sterile, it's clean enough and lots cleaner than a lot of surfaces that people are willing to use for their food.
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Old 12-08-2013, 12:43 AM   #33
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If it's sterile, it's clean enough and lots cleaner than a lot of surfaces that people are willing to use for their food.
Yes, but I don't "eliminate" on my dishes...
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Old 12-08-2013, 12:46 AM   #34
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yes, but i don't "eliminate" on my dishes...
roflmao!!!
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Old 12-08-2013, 12:58 AM   #35
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Someone did a test. Most people's kitchen counters have more E. coli, than their toilet seats. They figure it comes from meat.
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Old 12-08-2013, 01:48 AM   #36
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Last night's planned dinner became tonight's dinner. Made grilled chicken sandwiches on pretzel rolls. Besides the bun and slab o' chicken, the sammy had bacon, swiss cheese, sauteed mushrooms, all on a layer of my mayo/mustard/horseradish spread.

Prelude to dinner was my second attempt at Irish Pizza. Turned out much better this time! Still needs a little tweaking before I work up a written recipe.
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Old 12-08-2013, 04:14 AM   #37
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we had a strong chicken soup with ginger and chili, as we both have a cold..
It was great, as usual ;o)
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How did it turn out?

How is the newest member of your family fitting in? We haven't hear much about her for a while.
It came out quite good. Thanks for asking.

Kimber is turning into a real pistol, but at the same time getting a good head on her shoulders. oops, no pun intended on the pistol...
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Old 12-08-2013, 05:46 AM   #39
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Rocket, do you have a bigger pic available of that mac pizza? I can never enlarge them.
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First you gotta make da roux.


Then you chop the Trinity and saute um up in a big soup pot. Add the seafood stock and bring it to a nice simmer. Then add the roux by big spoonfuls, lettin it desolve each time until you reach the thickness you like.


Now you dice the tasso and mix the spices as the pot simmers. Then add em in. Remember to stir every now and then.


Now you prep the seafood. Split the crab in half and add 4 halves to the pot. These are for flavor. Simmer for about 40 minutes. Start the rice. Add the rest of the crab halves and continue to simmer for about 15 minutes. 2-3 minutes before the crab cookin time is up, add the shrimp. Take the pot off the heat and add the drained claw meat and stir it in. Let it set till the rice is done.


Now you eat the Gumbo! This is rustic Cajun food.
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