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Old 03-21-2013, 03:32 AM   #21
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I have some chicken, mozzarella and rosemary ravioli's I need to make. Rather then a red sauce I'm thinking of trying it with a wine and lemon cream sauce. I think that would work. A nice big green salad on the side.
That all sounds terrific
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Old 03-21-2013, 03:32 AM   #22
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I am making Gnocchi for the first time. Wish me luck. Chicken Marsala on the side.
Good luck Cheezy, hope it all goes well
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Can you describe your Asian salad?
It's pretty simple really. I just thinly slice up a small head of Napa cabbage, toss in any other veggies I have on hand (broccoli slaw, carrots, cukes, for example), and toss it in a dressing of oil, sugar, rice vinegar, and a little sesame oil. Sometimes I also add chow mein noodles for crunch.
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Old 03-21-2013, 09:13 AM   #24
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It's pretty simple really. I just thinly slice up a small head of Napa cabbage, toss in any other veggies I have on hand (broccoli slaw, carrots, cukes, for example), and toss it in a dressing of oil, sugar, rice vinegar, and a little sesame oil. Sometimes I also add chow mein noodles for crunch.
Sounds good, thanks.
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I made ribs with honey teriyaki sauce in the slow cooker. It's so easy, I may never make ribs any other way. Red dill potato salad on the side.
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I made ribs with honey teriyaki sauce in the slow cooker. It's so easy, I may never make ribs any other way. Red dill potato salad on the side.
Could you post the rib recipe, Cerise? Sounds great!
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