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Old 03-09-2016, 05:30 PM   #11
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That sounds interesting Bea! I bet I could wing it with my new jar of Better than Bullion, lobster flavor.

It's a glorious day here, so rib eyes will be on the grill with a grill basket of marinated mixed veggies.
I think that would work fine. I have been looking for it in the local stores and none of them seem to carry the lobster flavor.

I think the casserole would also be good if it was topped with some prepared Pepperidge Farms herb stuffing, oh the CARBS!!!
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Old 03-09-2016, 05:46 PM   #12
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I think that would work fine. I have been looking for it in the local stores and none of them seem to carry the lobster flavor.

I think the casserole would also be good if it was topped with some prepared Pepperidge Farms herb stuffing, oh the CARBS!!!

Lobster base BTB is nowhere to be found around these parts either, AB. I had to order it from Amazon. It made a mean clam chowdah.
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Old 03-09-2016, 06:58 PM   #13
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Lobster base BTB is nowhere to be found around these parts either, AB. I had to order it from Amazon. It made a mean clam chowdah.
Hmmm. Why wouldn't you use clam base to make clam chowder? If I had lobster base, I'd make lobster bisque.
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Old 03-09-2016, 07:00 PM   #14
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Turkey club w/ spinach & a choc cup cake, Say hello to my little friend.........



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Old 03-09-2016, 07:09 PM   #15
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Hmmm. Why wouldn't you use clam base to make clam chowder? If I had lobster base, I'd make lobster bisque.

No access to lobstahs, unless frozen and outrageously expensive! And I was messing around... Hey, it worked!

Lovely dinner as usual, S&P!
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Old 03-09-2016, 07:16 PM   #16
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One of the local markets did have BTB clam base, I wonder how much difference in flavor between the two.

I just cleaned up from dinner, I had about a cup of my fishy soup mixture left. Tomorrow I will thin the mixture with some V8 juice and turn it into a bowl of soup for lunch.
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Old 03-09-2016, 07:43 PM   #17
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Old 03-09-2016, 08:47 PM   #18
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We had fish sandwiches and homemade coleslaw. Nothing fancy or difficult tonight.
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Old 03-09-2016, 10:01 PM   #19
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Great dinner pics, Steve and Joey. Joey, I so want one of those cupcakes.

AB, your dish sounds like something my mom made for us back in the day, and I recall it being one of our fave comfort food dinners. Thanks for the trip back in time - I may have to try that again with clam base, lobstah, or whatevah seafood based seasoning I can get my hands on at the moment.

Throw together chicken tacos for dinner here this evening. I had some leftover chicken to use up, and seasoned it by trying out my newest seasoning blend from Penzey's - Adobo. It's very good - I can see using that for various TexMex dishes and ordering more.
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Joey, are you giving us the bird?

Steve, that is a nice crust on your piggy.

We were out and about today, so we stopped at a new place for supper. I had the Cobb salad and it was HUGE and yummy. Himself got a burger and added their salad bar. He said it was all good, except the burger was cooked on a griddle and not grilled. We have one place we've found that makes perfect burgers - this place won't replace it. Otherwise, we'd go back to Hank's. The sign said that "Alice" was in the kitchen. Alice knew what she was doing.

While we were there, the table next to us got a couple orders of Death By Chocolate for dessert: a huge slice of chocolate cake, with scoops and scoops of vanilla ice cream, and a jar of hot fudge poured over all of it. On a dinner plate! When we got home I baked an 8x8 pan of brownies, gave each of us a 1/16 of a slice, added one scoop of ice cream, and had no fudge. It was still good.
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