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Old 10-01-2016, 11:16 PM   #11
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... and OH MY GOSH! Where has the year gone!?

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A bit on the cool side here in the high desert...
I made a favorite stand by, Chicken and Hatch Green Chile Enchiladas
YUM!
Dessert will be Cherry Jello with fresh Cherries
(I froze a heap while they were in season and CHEAP, DH thinks I'm a genius )
in it and Reddi Wip on top
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Old 10-01-2016, 11:18 PM   #12
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Sure looks like something to like! We might stop by to help you clean up the leftovers...
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Old 10-02-2016, 01:05 AM   #13
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Sure looks like something to like! We might stop by to help you clean up the leftovers...
Oh, who me?
It was delicious! Sorry CG, but DH polished it all off,
but I can always make another plate for you and yours
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Old 10-02-2016, 02:28 AM   #14
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And THIS, boys and girls, is what happens when you don't "Preview" a post before hitting "Submit":
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Oh, who me?...
Um, no, K-Girl. Sorry. I rushed my post and didn't see that you had slipped in between GG's post and mine. However, yours DOES look very good. Still, GG is only a third as far from our house as you are. I have a better chance at leftovers if we head south.
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Looks yummy. Did you use the Jonah crab?
No, they were gone by the time Craig got to the store. He had already bought a 1 lb canned (the kind that has to be kept cold) of lump meat middle of last week at Restaurant Depot when he went to get our bottled water and saw they had some that was actually a product of U.S. We used half of it for the salad and will use the other half in a surf-n-turf meal tonight.

It was pretty good, though a tad heavy on the horseradish for me, but something I'd definitely make again with that adjustment. I did make the fresh mayo for it. Seafood Maison Recipe by Chef John Besh | Tasting Table
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