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Old 03-09-2016, 03:06 PM   #1
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Mitte Woche! Whats on the menu 3-9-16

Meatball sliders for us, with a marinara sauce and provolone. Onions fried loaf style.

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Old 03-09-2016, 03:33 PM   #2
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Baked cod and a salad.

Tonight is cod baked in Campbell's cream of shrimp soup. I have seen variations of this recipe in newspaper clippings and church cookbooks going back to the late 40's. The early recipes called for frozen cream of shrimp or lobster soup, I use canned.

1 pound of fish fillets
1 can condensed cream of shrimp or lobster soup
S&P

Place fillets into a greased baking dish, S&P to taste, top with condensed cream of shrimp soup and bake in a 350 degree oven for approx. 30 minutes until it is hot and bubbly.

Some recipes call for the addition of vegetables, a splash of sherry or a topping made of crushed Ritz crackers or slivered almonds tossed with melted butter.

This idea is also good for the emergency shelf. A can of condensed cream of shrimp soup and a small can of crab, shrimp or solid pack tuna heated and served over buttered toast with a side of peas. Nice comfort food for those nights when the snow is blowing outside and even the pizza delivery man stays off the roads!
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Onions fried loaf style.
This sounds interesting. How do you make these?
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I put a T-bone steak in the fridge last night to thaw (DH saw it and said, hey, let's have that! lol) so we'll sear it and serve with baked potatoes and a green salad.
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Old 03-09-2016, 04:07 PM   #5
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Mittwoch -
Rinderrouladen mit Kartoffeln. Or if you prefer, Beef olives with potatoes.
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Old 03-09-2016, 04:12 PM   #6
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Mittwoch -
Rinderrouladen mit Kartoffeln. Or if you prefer, Beef olives with potatoes.
I was asking about the onions.
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Old 03-09-2016, 04:30 PM   #7
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I have a couple of pounds of bacon thawing. I'll cook them in the oven and we'll have BLTs tonight.
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Old 03-09-2016, 04:34 PM   #8
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Nothing exciting here. Leftover tuna casserole and the rest of the boiled shrimp.
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Baked cod and a salad.

Tonight is cod baked in Campbell's cream of shrimp soup. I have seen variations of this recipe in newspaper clippings and church cookbooks going back to the late 40's. The early recipes called for frozen cream of shrimp or lobster soup, I use canned.

1 pound of fish fillets
1 can condensed cream of shrimp or lobster soup
S&P

Place fillets into a greased baking dish, S&P to taste, top with condensed cream of shrimp soup and bake in a 350 degree oven for approx. 30 minutes until it is hot and bubbly.

Some recipes call for the addition of vegetables, a splash of sherry or a topping made of crushed Ritz crackers or slivered almonds tossed with melted butter.

This idea is also good for the emergency shelf. A can of condensed cream of shrimp soup and a small can of crab, shrimp or solid pack tuna heated and served over buttered toast with a side of peas. Nice comfort food for those nights when the snow is blowing outside and even the pizza delivery man stays off the roads!
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.
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This sounds interesting. How do you make these?
Are you familiar with Tony Roma's Onion Loaf? What I make is very similar.

Tony Roma's Inspired Crispy Vidalia Sweet Onion Loaf with Original BBQ Sauce - Dinner, then Dessert
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