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Old 06-20-2012, 08:15 AM   #1
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Must be Wednesday, it's Japanese! Dinner 06/20/12

following on from lunch with my son at wagamama's yesterday,bucky t's glorious sushi/sashimi pics & the fact that one almost feels righteously healthy after dining a lá japanaise i have decided to continue on that path for tonights meal.i have some skinless/bone in free range/organic/corn fed(oy vey,if a chicken could hold a pen it would have a masters too!) chicken thighs & drummers marinading as i type in a home made yakitori sauce.well,actually it's yoshida's spicy wing & rib sauce to which i have added some japanese dark soy,mirin & grated ginger.going to cook those on the top shelf of my countertop rotiss oven at 250c so that you get all those nice caramelised burnty bits & have that with a beansprout,water chestnut,bamboo shoot,daikon & spring onion salad washed down with an ice cold sapporo
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Old 06-20-2012, 08:29 AM   #2
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Harry, Buon Giorno,

Hey Congrats ... The UK was quite challenged by The Ukranians last night, however, they pulled it off by landing a goal ... So, UK 1 - and Ukrania
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For lunch I making Waldorf ...

Dinner: I have a Chef friend at Kabuki, who provided me with a few packages of Japanese Bread Crumbs ... So, stuffed zucchini ( corgette ) boats ... The Vet and I do not like to eat too much or too heavy at night ...

We eat our main meal for lunch 14.30 hrs. ... and have breakfast as well early 6.30am ... so, we keep it quite light at night during the laboral week.

Did you catch the game ?

Have lovely day.
Ciao. Margi.
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Old 06-20-2012, 10:01 AM   #3
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Since we leave in the morning for my nephew's wedding, tonight will be clean out the fridge night. I have a frozen pizza that can be cooked if we run out of leftovers and folks are still hungry.
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Can't decide what to cook tonight. Whether I want to do steaks on the grill or sausage burritos... Hard decision we like both.
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Old 06-20-2012, 12:17 PM   #5
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Harry, Buon Giorno,

Hey Congrats ... The UK was quite challenged by The Ukranians last night, however, they pulled it off by landing a goal ... So, UK 1 - and Ukrania
Japanese ...

For lunch I making Waldorf ...

Dinner: I have a Chef friend at Kabuki, who provided me with a few packages of Japanese Bread Crumbs ... So, stuffed zucchini ( corgette ) boats ... The Vet and I do not like to eat too much or too heavy at night ...

We eat our main meal for lunch 14.30 hrs. ... and have breakfast as well early 6.30am ... so, we keep it quite light at night during the laboral week.

Did you catch the game ?

Have lovely day.
Ciao. Margi.
good evening margi
it was england not the uk,but i know what you mean!yes i did watch the match & we were lucky,very lucky.the ukraine out played us for a lot of the match and,if we'd had touchline technology as in cricket & tennis,it would have been a 1-1 draw after devic's shot was hooked out by terry after it had crossed the line.still,all that matters is the scores on the doors!
ahhh,panko breadcrumbs,nearly fainted when i saw tesco are selling them for £1 for a decent sized pack.going to bread my pork(if you'll excuse the phrase!)with them next time i cook schnitzel
enjoy your evening
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Old 06-20-2012, 01:15 PM   #6
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Yellow & green *Zucchini Carpaccio w/ feta & pine nuts (or walnuts), spinach & cheese ravioli or grilled lemon chicken breasts.

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Zucchini Carpaccio with Feta and Pine Nuts Recipe - Saveur.com
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Old 06-20-2012, 02:07 PM   #7
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I miss having some ramen at Waggamammas, always a nice lunch there.

Tonight I am making pizzas. Will need to start the dough soonish.
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Tonight's dinner is Oyster Stew - Discuss Cooking - Cooking Forums
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Cold dinner tonight: mixed greens topped with tuna salad and balsamic dressing.
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This sounds great. I'm printing this out since I have lots of zucchini and yellow squash coming out of the garden right now.
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