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Old 12-30-2007, 01:17 PM   #11
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How good is liquid smoke, right? I love to use it , adds such a depth of flavor. Too much kills a dish but a small sprinkle is impeccable.
well I`m not entirely sure if that`s a rhetorical question or not, but I happen to like it also, and it`s been a "Holy Grail" of mine for a VERY long time, until a kind Lady on here sent me some :)
Then I knew it WAS worth the search for it.
lemme give you a tip for the "Too Much" type accident that may occur, take the lid off the pan or whatever and heat it, you`ll find that Most liquid smokes will go to Nothing in about 20 mins no matter How much you put in by accident (you`r kitchen may smell like it though and next door might call a Fire engine out, but your food will be fine).
I`ll TRY and post a picture of our Actual food tonight (batteries and Memory willing).
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Old 12-30-2007, 03:09 PM   #12
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We are having chicken sausage, mushroom ravioli. I'll either toss it in alfredo or pesto or mix them together for pesto alfredo. :)

Dessert, ah, dessert. It will be chocolate ice cream with sauteed bananas. yummmm! One of my faves.
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Old 12-30-2007, 04:42 PM   #13
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I baked some breaded pork chops and served them with canellini beans cooked in chicken broth, garlic, parmesan and escarole, that's all for me, but also made dinner rolls & butter for DH.
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Old 12-30-2007, 04:46 PM   #14
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The ground beef thread the other day gave me a hankering for Mexican Stuffed Shells. So, that is what I am having for dinner probably with a side of salad. For dessert a piece of the apple tart that my mom and I made the other day. What I really want for dessert is the chocolate cake that is sitting on the counter, but that is for a party tomorrow. Do you think they will notice that a piece is missing?
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Old 12-30-2007, 04:54 PM   #15
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Mostaccioli baked with sauteed Italian sausage, spaghetti sauce, ricotta/mozzarella and Romano cheese. Spinach salad on the side and Christmas cookies and homemade fudge for dessert.
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Old 12-30-2007, 05:13 PM   #16
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something salmon, maybe a remoulade sauce over it, and rice au gratin, with baby arugula and bacon dressing with mushrooms/mandarine orange segments/red onions/cashews, latte after dinner with cookies.
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Old 12-30-2007, 05:48 PM   #17
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How good is liquid smoke, right? I love to use it , adds such a depth of flavor. Too much kills a dish but a small sprinkle is impeccable.
Depends on the smoke I guess. The old stuff I used by the drop. That is all gone now, and the new stuff I use by the tablespoon.
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Home made Cream of Chicken and Wild Rice soup.
I wish it wasn't so filling so I could taste it some more!
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Change of plans... Paul wanted pizza so.... he made the crust and I made the sauce.

I'm having grilled onions, mushrooms and cheese.
He's having raw onions, raw tomatoes, ground beef, pepperonii, olives and cheese.

Yummmmy!
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Leftovers... Boy am I sick of turkey!!!!
Sounds like it is time to put the leftover turkey in the freezer to make soup with later. I feel the same about ham. I still have a good size piece that is going to be retired to the freezer shortly. I have had about enough ham sandwiches and scrambled eggs with ham, etc.
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