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Old 03-05-2018, 06:43 PM   #1
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Maple glazed salmon. First time I've done this, and Mrs. T was impressed (so good!). Quarter cup of maple syrup (the real stuff), 2 tbsp. soy sauce, minced garlic, mix with salmon filet. Bake at 400 for 20 minutes or so until the salmon is done. Sides were red potatoes and nuked broc.

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We had BLT’s with avocado on bakery multi grain bread for lunch.
Dinner was over easy eggs with multi grain toast.
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DW made herb crusted baked split chicken breasts, sauteed asparagrass, and nuked spuds. Delicioso!
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Maple glazed salmon. First time I've done this, and Mrs. T was impressed (so good!). Quarter cup of maple syrup (the real stuff), 2 tbsp. soy sauce, minced garlic, mix with salmon filet. Bake at 400 for 20 minutes or so until the salmon is done. Sides were red potatoes and nuked broc.
That glaze sounds really good, except I don't care for cooked salmon. I wonder how it would work for tenderloin pork medallions?

We're having brats with kraut and red onions on toasted bolillo rolls. I'll stick some Tater Tots in the toaster oven. Done..
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Grilled cheese sandwiches and Campbell's tomato soup
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Iced Tea too if having that meal for lunch.
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That glaze sounds really good, except I don't care for cooked salmon. I wonder how it would work for tenderloin pork medallions?

We're having brats with kraut and red onions on toasted bolillo rolls. I'll stick some Tater Tots in the toaster oven. Done..
I think it would be delicious I've made pork roast and pork chops with a glaze of maple syrup, cinnamon, cloves and cayenne. Good stuff.
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Old 03-05-2018, 11:08 PM   #9
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I found some wild Alaskan cod at the grocery store today. We had asparagus and snow peas that needed to be used, so I made a sort of fish picatta. I put the asparagus and peas in a baking dish and sprinkled it with Penzeys Florida Seasoned Pepper and put the fish on top. Then I topped the fish with butter, lemon juice, capers and more seasoned pepper and baked it for a bit. And I made a rice medley with onion, garlic and bell peppers to go alongside. Delish.
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I think it would be delicious I've made pork roast and pork chops with a glaze of maple syrup, cinnamon, cloves and cayenne. Good stuff.
Hmmm, now that sounds like a real winner GG. Now I'm thinking maybe maple syrup, soy sauce, and a little five spice powder on the pork.
I also like the look and sound of your fish Piccada..love dem capers.
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