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Old 08-07-2007, 03:43 PM   #11
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I`ve made a Ham, Leek and Potatoe pie with plenty soon to melted cheese on top :)
YUMMY! If only I could have it without the ham!!!


I had Quorn fillets, sauteed asparagus over parsley quinoa. And one glass of wine!
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Old 08-07-2007, 03:52 PM   #12
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Those seared scallops Keltin posted in another thread have me wanting those, really bad And now the thought of panzanella, too. What to do, what to do...

[edited] I'm seriously thinking about making this: Frutti di Mare Recipe: Recipes: Food Network aka Fruit of the Sea.
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Old 08-07-2007, 04:06 PM   #13
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Too late to start cooking now, so me and the missus are going to our local Indian. It's literally round the corner and, although unlicensed, they do allow you to take your own wine in (no corkage either).

Makes for a very nice evening :)
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Old 08-07-2007, 06:08 PM   #14
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We changer our mind. Now we are cooking a Hannaford Brand Pepperoni Pizza at some point tonight.
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Old 08-07-2007, 06:13 PM   #15
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Its too hot to cook, so I got chicken caesar sandwiches at Panera on the way home. Its just too HOT!
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Old 08-07-2007, 06:30 PM   #16
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My whole family loves Chinese BBQ'd pork, soooo a friend sent me two tenderloins prepared this way..I'm slicing them super thin then piling them on warm buttered french rolls..Every one can add the gravy type thing he sent to us which is yummy and then add anything they want to the sandwich,tomatoe,lettuce,sweet onion, avocado etc. I made a chinese type salad minus the chicken, and some deep fried tempura asparagus. And we have coconut ice cream for dessert...Me, I take the sandwich straight up wuth only the butter and gravy and then stand back I love coconut ice cream...
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My whole family loves Chinese BBQ'd pork, soooo a friend sent me two tenderloins prepared this way..I'm slicing them super thin then piling them on warm buttered french rolls..Every one can add the gravy type thing he sent to us which is yummy and then add anything they want to the sandwich,tomatoe,lettuce,sweet onion, avocado etc. I made a chinese type salad minus the chicken, and some deep fried tempura asparagus. And we have coconut ice cream for dessert...Me, I take the sandwich straight up wuth only the butter and gravy and then stand back I love coconut ice cream...
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your dinner sounds scrumptuous and coconut anything to me is shear bliss, but in ice cream form, oh my Lord! < Yumderful!!!!
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Old 08-07-2007, 09:37 PM   #18
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Kades, just how far from me are you?
your dinner sounds scrumptuous and coconut anything to me is shear bliss, but in ice cream form, oh my Lord! < Yumderful!!!!
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wish I was next door This ice cream was so good, I just love it..Creamy not super sweet, and it is loaded with coconut..MY one BIG weakness..
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This ice cream was so good, I just love it..Creamy not super sweet, and it is loaded with coconut..MY one BIG weakness..
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what brand, where do you get it? or, do you make it? just curious, our DD and I are both coconut freaks!
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what brand, where do you get it? or, do you make it? just curious, our DD and I are both coconut freaks!
We have a favorite Chinese place we go to about once a month and I get it from them. I have no idea where they get it..I've never seen it in stores except with pineapple added to it..But you just gave me an idea, I just picked up the goodies to make some vanilla, and I have some coconut milk, I'm going to try making some myself tomorrow...Lets see what I can do with it...Okay, I just had to try it soooo, I've got a batch going now and we shall see if I made the grade.
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