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Old 09-25-2007, 02:53 PM   #1
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PANTRY RAID - Easy Family Meals

Caught the show (Pantry Raid) on Style TV recently & wanted to share. The entire meal looked very simple & tasty. The Brownie Pecan Pie & Kid-Kebabs (chicken marinated in lemon juice, etc.) are on my short to-do list. (He's pretty easy on the blinkers too ) Enjoy.

Each week on Pantry Raid, Chef Michael Schulson works with novice cooks to prepare an extraordinary meal—using only the ingredients they already have on hand! Read on for the recipes he created with mother of seven Angela in this week's episode.


Brownie Pecan Pie
Brownie Pecan Pie - mystyle.com

Spicy Sausage Calzones
Pantry Raid's Spicy Sausage Calzones - mystyle.com

Kid-Friendly Kebabs
Kid-Friendly Kebabs - mystyle.com

Creamy Baked Potato Salad
Creamy Baked Potato Salad - mystyle.com

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Old 09-26-2007, 11:42 AM   #2
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OK, just posting to tell you that I COMPLETELY misread the title of this thread. I need more coffee clearly. LOL. Carry on!
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OK, just posting to tell you that I COMPLETELY misread the title of this thread. I need more coffee clearly. LOL. Carry on!
I had to do a double 'take' myself. I was hoping you'd find the thread. Did you check out the Brownie Pecan Pie?
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I had to do a double 'take' myself. I was hoping you'd find the thread. Did you check out the Pecan brownie pie?

It took me a triple take!!! The pecan brownie pie looks yummy!!!
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Old 09-26-2007, 12:07 PM   #5
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I had to do a double 'take' myself. I was hoping you'd find the thread. Did you check out the Brownie Pecan Pie?
Oh yes I did! and I have bookmarked this page for easy reference. I plan on giving that a go for Thanksgiving next weekend. (I have to be careful with pecans though since daughter #2 is allergic. I'll likely make a second dessert for her)


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Oh yes I did! and I have bookmarked this page for easy reference. I plan on giving that a go for Thanksgiving next weekend. (I have to be careful with pecans though since daughter #2 is allergic. I'll likely make a second dessert for her)


If daughter #2 likes brownies, this pie makes two, just leave the pecans off one pie. My family will love this pie.
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It took me a triple take!!! The pecan brownie pie looks yummy!!!
I may sneak some Kahlua in mine
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Oh yes I did! and I have bookmarked this page for easy reference. I plan on giving that a go for Thanksgiving next weekend. (I have to be careful with pecans though since daughter #2 is allergic. I'll likely make a second dessert for her)

Can't believe it's almost that time of year. Great idea for a Thanksgiving dessert. Maybe use walnuts instead of pecans - if she's not allergic to all nuts.

I clicked on and read some of the comments & noticed others suggested raising the temp higher. Will go back and reread. Just thought I would mention it. See what you think. Enjoy.
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If daughter #2 likes brownies, this pie makes two, just leave the pecans off one pie. My family will love this pie.
Hope you enjoy. Turning the mix into a pie, was a clever idea. (Two pies around here would be dangerous, lol)
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Looks like a lot of us misread that title. ROFL!
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