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Old 08-26-2009, 05:24 PM   #11
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Oriental pot stickers and egg rolls.
Anyone got tips on the frying part to keep them from sticking?
Once the Pot Stickers are done - and stuck to the bottom of the skillet - add a little chicken stock and cover for a minute. Kind of like deglazing the pan, the Pot Stickers will loosen with very little effort.
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Old 08-26-2009, 09:21 PM   #12
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Tonight.. Roast beef!!
I well seasoned the roast with the preferred spices.. Fired up the oven to 500F. I placed the roast in on a rack uncovered for 15 minutes. I then turned the oven down to 300F for 1.5 hours.. The result...
Fantastically crusted roast cooked to just medium rare... So tasty...

I served it simply with peas and pearl onions. For dessert, an aperitif of Limoncello.
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Old 08-26-2009, 11:42 PM   #13
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Tonight.. Roast beef!!
I well seasoned the roast with the preferred spices.. Fired up the oven to 500F. I placed the roast in on a rack uncovered for 15 minutes. I then turned the oven down to 300F for 1.5 hours.. The result...
Fantastically crusted roast cooked to just medium rare... So tasty...

I served it simply with peas and pearl onions. For dessert, an aperitif of Limoncello.
That roast looks luscious! YUM!

I didn't have bbq'd beef patties... I made a ground beef casserole with vegies (green beans, peas, carrots), cheeses (mozz, cheddar and parm)... topped with mashed potatoes and homemade breadcrumbs mixed with parmesan cheese. With that, I served salad and french bread.



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Old 08-27-2009, 12:09 AM   #14
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seared and broiled sirloin steak, mac & cheese, wild/brown rice, brocolli/colliflower/onion medley
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Old 08-27-2009, 12:27 AM   #15
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Was hubby's birthday so I made him a couple of his favourites - chicken cacciatore (over noodles with salad) and chocolate cake with peppermint icing and chocolate ganache.
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Looks just like a Shephards Pie and I love them. Yummy!

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Old 08-27-2009, 02:43 AM   #17
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I fixed a dish that contained, fried ground venison, mixed vegetables with bow tie pasta, cream of celery soup and sour cream. Yum!
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Old 08-27-2009, 03:48 AM   #18
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I didn't have bbq'd beef patties... I made a ground beef casserole with vegies (green beans, peas, carrots), cheeses (mozz, cheddar and parm)... topped with mashed potatoes and homemade breadcrumbs mixed with parmesan cheese. With that, I served salad and french bread.



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Your Dinner looks yummy,nice pictures.I often make a very similar casserole too.The only difference is,instead of ground beef,i usually put cooked shredded chicken,or cubes of chicken,cooked in tomatoe sauce.
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That roast looks luscious! YUM!

I didn't have bbq'd beef patties... I made a ground beef casserole with vegies (green beans, peas, carrots), cheeses (mozz, cheddar and parm)... topped with mashed potatoes and homemade breadcrumbs mixed with parmesan cheese. With that, I served salad and french bread.



I have never made "shepherds pie" style meal.. sure looks tasty...
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We had an absolutely fabulous new supermarket open in town yesterday, so of course they had lots of "grand opening" sales going on. The fresh seafood counter was WONDERFUL - terrific selection, everything properly iced & fresh-looking. Anyway, I couldn't resist the gorgeous King Crab legs for $6.99/pound, so bought a couple of pounds & served them with melted lemon butter (with a dash of cayenne pepper added) & some delicious sugar-sweet white corn on the cob. Hard to beat a fun quick summer meal that involves seafood, corn, & lots of butter for around $15.00 - lol!!
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