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Old 07-12-2012, 08:35 PM   #21
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DH is working out of town so dinner is just me, all the kids are at home so guess I'll have something DH hates... Large Prawns in white wine,garlic,parsley lemon juice,butter,chives,tarragon salt and pepper with lots of warm Italian bread and butter to soak up the juices from the prawns..dessert NO, anything else to go with the prawns and bread HECK NO
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Old 07-12-2012, 09:33 PM   #22
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We had beef schnitzel with baked potatoes
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Old 07-12-2012, 11:16 PM   #23
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harry, spectacular as usual!

craigsy, i don't care what you call it, pass me a slice of that pie. now i've got led zeppelin's "custard pie" in my head.

yay, i got to eat homecooked food. as i'd been jonesin' for turkey comfort food, dw made something pretty close tonight: baked bone-in chicken breasts, mashed taters, cranberry sauce, and sweet corn on the cob. it really hit the spot.

we ate early, and after pulling weeds in the garden, swimming, and a katie-bar-the-door game of wiffle ball, i'm hungry again. maybe pizza, maybe sushi. pics to follow.
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Old 07-12-2012, 11:32 PM   #24
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I was so not into cooking, I just had Grape Nuts and milk with a little maple syrup.
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Old 07-13-2012, 03:54 AM   #25
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Do not let this man near a humboldt squid! If he considers those to be baby squid, he'll be trying to stuff a whole roast suckling pig in a humboldt!
you wanna see the ones that got away C!!
the quiche(oops sorry andy)PIE looks brill craig,wish i could bake!
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Old 07-13-2012, 04:10 AM   #26
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beautiful squid up there! My partner is away so I can feed my need for delectable innards: deviled lamb kidneys on savory thyme waffles. Got a taste for offal from my British Columbian mom.
cheers robo! offal? now you're talkin'! liver & bacon fried chicken livers turkey necks,gizzards & parsons noses!
if you think the squid were big craig,take a look at those turkey bums,might use them to stuff the humboldt.....now where's me net?
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Old 07-13-2012, 04:29 AM   #27
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harry, spectacular as usual!

craigsy, i don't care what you call it, pass me a slice of that pie. now i've got led zeppelin's "custard pie" in my head.

yay, i got to eat homecooked food. as i'd been jonesin' for turkey comfort food, dw made something pretty close tonight: baked bone-in chicken breasts, mashed taters, cranberry sauce, and sweet corn on the cob. it really hit the spot.

we ate early, and after pulling weeds in the garden, swimming, and a katie-bar-the-door game of wiffle ball, i'm hungry again. maybe pizza, maybe sushi. pics to follow.
cheers tom,nachos grande?collard greens?katie bar the door? wiffle ball? grape nuts?all sounds very exotic but i'm confused.com! could someone post a list of commonly used phrases so that i know what you guy's are talking about please?
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Old 07-13-2012, 04:51 AM   #28
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I got some nice oyster mushrooms yesterday and some nice pencil asparagus today. Karen took some leftover mashed taters and gruyere cheese, made a pie shell and created this:





Don't know what to call it. Could be a quiche or just a pie! Whatever it was mighty tasty!
That certainly does look fabulous Craig
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Old 07-13-2012, 04:53 AM   #29
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minced pork stuffed baby squid baked in apple balsamico/white wine with saffron rice
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Absolutely fabulous Harry
thanks k,you & robo have got me thinking....schnitzel is an all time fav of mine so are chicken livers.....haven't had either for a while...decisions,decisions!!
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