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Old 03-26-2006, 06:56 PM   #11
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We spent the day scraping wallpaper glue off the walls of our guest room and filling holes and sanding to get it ready to be painted. I was too tired to go to the store after so I had to find something here to make. I had a few types of leftover shredded cheese that had been in the fridge for a long time, but showed no signs of mold. I also had a little bit of cooked sausage in the freezer. There was some leftover chicken stock as well. I used all of that to make polenta. It came out great and gave me the much required energy I needed to sit my butt on the sofa and watch TV tonight
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Old 03-26-2006, 09:28 PM   #12
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We had thick-cut pork chops, asparagus stir-fry, and salad!
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Old 03-26-2006, 10:02 PM   #13
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and what are these? inquiring in-your-neck-of-the-woods minds want to know.
It's the "real" name of the Red Lobster cheddar biscuits they serve. There was a restaurant named Deckers out there that came up with that recipe--Red Lobster kiped it and called them what they're more commonly known as today--made even easier by the fact that Deckers burned down some years later :P.

Incredibly easy to make--and set it up so that you never have to suffer through what Red Lobster calls "seafood" again.
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Old 03-26-2006, 11:26 PM   #14
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Since Cade and Carson spent last night with us and were here til after supper, We just made homemade pizza, the kids got cheese and ham, big kids had artichoke,salami,olives, onions,ham, sausage,2 cheeses, salad and some chocolate cake. Now I'm turing on the dishwasher and crashing, I'm pooped.

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Old 03-26-2006, 11:27 PM   #15
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I took the salmon filet that I talked about yesterday and sprinkled it with fresh parsley, butter, white wine, and lemon pepper and baked it in the oven according to a combination of buckytom's and Andy M's directions. With the salmon I served risotto and a tossed green salad. Well, I did not like the salmon. Luckily, it was not a large piece and did not cost me much. All I can say is that I tried it. Next time I will try a milder tasting fish like halibut or tilapia. Thanks to buckytom and Andy M. for their suggestions in the salmon thread.
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Old 03-26-2006, 11:35 PM   #16
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well it was lasagne tonight for good friends: used whoole wheat no cook pasta sheats...galla russo brand...way good! made a beef and lamb ragout, made a bachamel with parmesan, had mozarella, had sauteed zuchinni with shallots and a mushroom duxelle, and the ricotta had chopped blanched kale and parmesan. 4 layers total. enough for 10 good size servings...5 people ate 2/3rd of it! also a salad of romaine and endive with a hot bacon blue cheese vinairgrette.

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Old 03-26-2006, 11:42 PM   #17
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well it was lasagne tonight for good friends: used whoole wheat no cook pasta sheats...galla russo brand...way good! made a beef and lamb ragout, made a bachamel with parmesan, had mozarella, had sauteed zuchinni with shallots and a mushroom duxelle, and the ricotta had chopped blanched kale and parmesan. 4 layers total. enough for 10 good size servings...5 people ate 2/3rd of it! also a salad of romaine and endive with a hot bacon blue cheese vinairgrette.

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Celery tomorrow!! Your dinner sounds way better than mine. I wish I could have came and had dinner with you and your guests tonight. Glad to hear that it was a great success.
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Old 03-27-2006, 01:10 AM   #18
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Beef, it's what's for dinner

We had cheeseburgers and curly fries it was delicous.
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Stayed too late at my meeting for thai, I had to even dogde out early to get home for the babysitter. I will probably go have another piece of quiche, for the second time today. Good thing I made 2 yesterday.
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