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Old 12-02-2010, 09:40 PM   #21
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... I pan fried the ham, then coated the pineapple (large chunks) with melted margarine and a little bit of brown sugar and sauteed it, pouring it over the ham on the plates. ....
Have you tried making sliced apples cooked the same way over ham steaks? Add some cinnamon and nutmeg! YUM. You can also toss in some raisins as the last minute to heat through.
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Nothing sounded good to me. I ended up eating jellied cranberry sauce, then a little later a burrito. I have had a few "I'm bored" cookies since then.

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Tonight I made burek with prebranac. Served a cucumber, tomato, onion and feta salad with it.

The prebranac was bland, and we have quite a bit left. Have to have a think on how to make it better before leftovers tomorrow.
No garlic in the prebranac? Maybe some spicy sausage to liven up the left overs.

Nothing here, I have to be in earlier in the morning, so I'm off to bed soon. Too late for me to eat.
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Mayhaps I will toss some in for tomorrow.
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Have you tried making sliced apples cooked the same way over ham steaks? Add some cinnamon and nutmeg! YUM. You can also toss in some raisins as the last minute to heat through.
That sounds delicious, Dave. Right now I am trying not to serve extra apple to Dad as he has it 4 - 5 times a day with his medications. But I will definitely have to try that.
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