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Old 08-11-2006, 04:30 PM   #11
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Is lemon budino like a cake?

Tonight my grandfather's cooking the lamb, and I'm making baqali polow (rice with fava? beans and dill), with some eggplant on the side.
For dessert will be mocha pudding with banana slices. If I manage to succesfully make pudding, that is. Otherwise just banana slices.
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Old 08-11-2006, 05:15 PM   #12
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Just want to thank you so very much for the recipe, I truely appreciate it. I am a devoted fan of Food Network- I have bookmarked so many recipes -- now I just have to try them. They all sound so good ! Thanks again !! Barb L.
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eating out tonight :)
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Old 08-11-2006, 06:02 PM   #14
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Youngest son called an ask for cioppino, so that is what's on our menu tonight. Cioppino, with scallops,crab,oystes,clams,shrimp, true cod...in thick tomato,garlic, onion sauce,and herbs. Lots of french bread to sop up the sauce and green salad..I made Crewsk's sponge cake and we are having that for dessert topped with either blackberries or strawberries and whiipped cream.

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Old 08-11-2006, 06:33 PM   #15
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Is lemon budino like a cake?

Tonight my grandfather's cooking the lamb, and I'm making baqali polow (rice with fava? beans and dill), with some eggplant on the side.
For dessert will be mocha pudding with banana slices. If I manage to succesfully make pudding, that is. Otherwise just banana slices.
A budino is like a pudding/souffle. It's light with lots of egg whites, but it's also baked in a water bath.

You have to tell me how your pudding came out. I think mocha with banana is a very interesting combination.
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Old 08-11-2006, 06:35 PM   #16
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Youngest son called an ask for cioppino, so that is what's on our menu tonight. Cioppino, with scallops,crab,oystes,clams,shrimp, true cod...in thick tomato,garlic, onion sauce,and herbs. Lots of french bread to sop up the sauce and green salad..I made Crewsk's sponge cake and we are having that for dessert topped with either blackberries or strawberries and whiipped cream.

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That sounds wonderful. A question...what do you mean by 'true' cod? How's the french bread in california?
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Chicken wraps and salad
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Old 08-11-2006, 07:38 PM   #18
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That sounds wonderful. A question...what do you mean by 'true' cod? How's the french bread in california?
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that is how it's labeled here. To me cod is cod And the French and Italian breads are pretty good. I don't buy much from the markets, but use a bakery for really good breads. I love making it myself,but with 4 grandkids underfoot,it wasn't in the cards today

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Bang, that sounds much better than my leftover spaghetti with sauteed zucchini and sourdough bread.
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It's 9 o'clock and the kids are in bed. Whew! I don't know what I'll be eating, something easy. Eggs and toast maybe? cereal? Noodles & cheese?
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