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Old 12-13-2018, 02:35 PM   #1
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Dinner tonight..Thurs.12/13/18

Today I'm combining ideas from several recipes to make Shrimp Ratatouille.
I love Ratatouille and I love shrimp...what could go wrong?


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Old 12-13-2018, 02:45 PM   #2
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We got the grand kids tonight and they all want fish and chips. We have a box of frozen battered cod from Costco in the fridge. I just need to quickly learn how to make some tartar sauce tonight.
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Fried chicken, green beans and pilaf..


Will munch on pumpkin snickerdoodles later..


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Old 12-13-2018, 03:51 PM   #4
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Rf, almost the same, lazy Thursday so rang our local fish n chip shop, ordered then went and picked up. Chip buttie then the rest fish and a hot dog, not as you know them though. These are battered sausages. Like most fish n chip shops around us it's run by a Vietnamese family.

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Like most fish n chip shops around us it's run by a Vietnamese family.
That's interesting, they own nail salons around here.... more so than pho joints
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That's interesting, they own nail salons around here.... more so than pho joints
My son actually went to school with the owners son.They are a really nice family. Their family own about 4 shops in our city. The nail shops around us are mainly Chinese.

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Shrimp Scampi over Linguine...
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We got the grand kids tonight and they all want fish and chips. We have a box of frozen battered cod from Costco in the fridge. I just need to quickly learn how to make some tartar sauce tonight.
Tartar sauce is really easy. Pickle relish (or minced gherkins, I use minced dill pickle), mayo, mustard to taste, seedy mustard works well. Minced onion and capers are optional as is white wine vinegar to taste.
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Tartar sauce is really easy. Pickle relish (or minced gherkins, I use minced dill pickle), mayo, mustard to taste, seedy mustard works well. Minced onion and capers are optional as is white wine vinegar to taste.

I like mine with mayo, sweet pickle relish, and dried dill.
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Craig made his sausage gravy to top Alton Brown's recipe of biscuits he made up. He also had a couple of fried eggs on his plate. I cut up the watermelon and washed the blackberries, whew so much work!
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