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Old 02-24-2017, 05:19 PM   #1
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Fri. 2/24/17, Is Anyone Having Dinner?

I've got two Salmon fillets ready for the gas grill, not sure what we'll have with it though.
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Old 02-24-2017, 05:45 PM   #2
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We had just plain old pot roast with carrots, onions, potatoes and mushies.
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Pot Roast! I haven't made that in forever!
What cut of meat did you use med?
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A 1-1/2 inch to 2 inch chuck roast, bone-in. Craig cooked tonight, with a little coaching from me since I usually make our pot roast but needed a night off cooking.
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We're having a Carb Feast! We're putting together this recipe that Craig and Med were talking about on the Mac & Cheese thread..
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It sounds just too good to resist.
Med, check your private messages please.
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Old 02-24-2017, 06:08 PM   #6
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I did, right before you posted, and answered you.

How could I forget our dessert? Craig had a job near where a chocolatier (sp) has been in business since 1947. He brought home 30 assorted flavors of hand-made truffles. I already tried a coconut-rum 1 as soon as he got home and just sat down with the box and a glass of amaretto for dessert. He'll be lucky if I share! J/K!
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oh my GAWD!!!
Must try that recipe, even if no one else I know with in 700 miles of us would eat it with me...
I wonder if I could cut that recipe down to like a two serving portion?
Help anyone?
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Old 02-24-2017, 06:21 PM   #8
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We're having a Carb Feast! We're putting together this recipe that Craig and Med were talking about on the Mac & Cheese thread..
Macaroni and Cheese My Way Recipe | Food Network

It sounds just too good to resist.
Med, check your private messages please.
Okay, so I re-read the recipe and I was thinking that you stuffed the large shells with the mixture, NO?
Photos please Kayelle? I need some sort of visual on this dish.
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Okay, so I re-read the recipe and I was thinking that you stuffed the large shells with the mixture, NO?
Photos please Kayelle? I need some sort of visual on this dish.
No, it's just all stirred together. As I wrote to K, it was a size pasta between the tiny little shells and the huge stffing shells. We've used the tiny shells, penne, and bow ties, pretty much whatever we have on hand.
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No, it's just all stirred together. As I wrote to K, it was a size pasta between the tiny little shells and the huge stffing shells. We've used the tiny shells, penne, and bow ties, pretty much whatever we have on hand.
Thanks med, that makes more sense to me. So what, like a pound of pasta to equal the 18 extra large shells?
I suppose I could make half a recipe and eat it for a coupla days
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