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Old 12-15-2010, 06:14 PM   #11
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My DH will be making a Danish meatloaf that we call mock armadillo. It will be accompanied by roast potato wedges and rødkål.
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Old 12-15-2010, 06:38 PM   #12
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My DH will be making a Danish meatloaf that we call mock armadillo. It will be accompanied by roast potato wedges and rødkål.
That sounds interesting! Could you share the recipe? Pretty please?

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That sounds interesting! Could you share the recipe? Pretty please?

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Sure. Did you mean the mock armadillo or the rødkål, or both? I'll have to get back to it later.
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I made grilled cheese sandwiches for dh and the kids. It's the day before payday so slim pickin's! Had grapes and sliced cucumbers alongside. It was actually kind of nice for dinner to be so low key, I was able to get some laundry done with the extra time I had.
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Sure. Did you mean the mock armadillo or the rødkål, or both? I'll have to get back to it later.
I meant the mock armadillo, but I would actually love to have both!

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Missed it all together. Had to work all day, then off to band rehersal for a few shows this weekend. I had a Budweiser and some Chiabbata with cheese a few minutes ago. Good night, all!
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I meant the mock armadillo, but I would actually love to have both!

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This was what our supper looked like:



The roast potatoes are in two bowls because we experimented with a bit of smoked paprika on some of them.

Here are links to the recipes for the Mock Armadillo and the Danish Red Cabbage - Rødkål.
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