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Old 07-16-2012, 09:51 PM   #41
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I was on my own for dinner so I ordered some lamb gorkhali and nann.
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Old 07-16-2012, 09:57 PM   #42
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Is that from your local Indian Frank?
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Errmm.. I think they are Nepalese... but it is a curry type dish.
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Old 07-16-2012, 11:22 PM   #44
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We had dinner at my dad's. He lives in an independent village on the grounds of a nursing home. The cafeteria there caters and made our food. We had chicken parmesan with noodles and carrots and snow peas. Klondike bars for desert.
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Old 07-16-2012, 11:35 PM   #45
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Cold fried chicken and potato salad. I love lots of crunchies and extra goodies in potato salad. I spent all morning at the river with my daughter and grandkids today, so was glad I made the chicken yesterday.

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Old 07-17-2012, 04:18 AM   #46
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Cold fried chicken and potato salad. I love lots of crunchies and extra goodies in potato salad. I spent all morning at the river with my daughter and grandkids today, so was glad I made the chicken yesterday.

now we're talkin' C!! i love anything fried/cold.when bolas & i were kids there was always cold breaded/fried chicken,pork chops or haddock in the fridge.looks deeeelish matey but where's the watermelon?!!
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Old 07-17-2012, 04:22 AM   #47
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Especially Panang Curry Paste! You did ask for a recipe. Its in the ethnic section.

Tonight we are trying a new sea scallop recipe.
i did,what kept ya?!!
love scallops,what's the new recipe craig?
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Old 07-17-2012, 04:33 AM   #48
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Wow, that looks delicious, Harry.
Unfortunately, it's so hot and dry here if I ate that I'd probably catch on fire... and there's a burn ban going on!

Leftover here. Probably Saturday night's leftovers.
i've seen the pics pacanis,i'd eat your leftovers for sure!i did crank up the heat on this one.put a roll of toilet paper in the fridge overnight just in case!!!

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Harry, Your pork rendang can compete with our local Malay restaurant and it looks like yours comes out on top.

I already started dinner yesterday. Made an extra grilled pork chop and ear of corn. Cut the corn off the cob for a salsa fresca and thin sliced the pork. Marinated it overnight in a half a juiced lime with some diced hot peppers and onion. Now all I have to do is finish chopping a few veggies for the salsa and it's either a cold salad or re-heat the pork and roll everything together fajita/ burrito style. And there is an avocado to toss in somewhere too.
high praise indeed whiska,thanks mate!!"grilled" is that what we call "bbq'd"?
tell you what W that sounds deelish & if the bl**dy rain ever stops & we see the sun i'm gettin' a bbq,don't care if i do live in an apartment!!
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Errmm.. I think they are Nepalese... but it is a curry type dish.
That sounds interesting, I have not seen any Nepalese takeaways over here...curry sounds good to me


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We had dinner at my dad's. He lives in an independent village on the grounds of a nursing home. The cafeteria there caters and made our food. We had chicken parmesan with noodles and carrots and snow peas. Klondike bars for desert.
Jabbur, that sounds like a nice meal, great how it was all cooked for you too

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Cold fried chicken and potato salad. I love lots of crunchies and extra goodies in potato salad. I spent all morning at the river with my daughter and grandkids today, so was glad I made the chicken yesterday.

That looks lovely Cheryl
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ta k! you cook some beaut tucker y'self,how's about some pics?
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