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Old 11-12-2013, 03:09 PM   #1
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Time for Tuesday - 11/12/13

Macaroni Cheese for me. What about everyone else?

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I am planning to make Linda's pot of pork, boiled or mashed potatoes, and I'm stilling figuring out another side. If I had any rødkål, I would serve that, but I don't feel energetic enough to make rødkål. I should make some soon.

I'm out of hot paprika. Maybe I'll try Pac's variation and use smoked paprika.
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For a split second there Taxlady, I thought you were pining for roadkill!

How about using a combination of smoked paprika and some chilli powder to give a little heat?
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For a split second there Taxlady, I thought you were pining for roadkill!

How about using a combination of smoked paprika and some chilli powder to give a little heat?
Lots of people see "rødkål" and think road kill.

Well, Pac's actual variant was smoked paprika and cayenne. The original recipe just had regular paprika. I just often substitute hot paprika for sweet paprika. I don't find that paprika has a lot of flavour. Hmm, maybe if I bought the good paprika, the Hungarian one, it would have more flavour?
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Old 11-12-2013, 04:19 PM   #5
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Why I love Google. I type in "rødkål" It replies back do you want only queries in English. I reply back, My Danish Grandmother would prefer otherwise, but Yes, I do. Bingo. It says Red Cabbage. I should type in what if I don't have any Cabbage and see what it says, but I'm suddenly afraid of what Modern Computers can do these days.

And Besides, I'd rather choose my own dinner. Which tonight is Clam Chowder. Made with Canned Clams. Potato, onion, bacon, and a pinch of dry thyme. Gonna be good. Skol.
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Old 11-12-2013, 04:28 PM   #6
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Cold and snowing, made a pot of bean soup.

Beans, beans the musical fruit:
The more you eat the more you toot!
The more you toot the better you feel,
So let's have beans for every meal!

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It's snowing down in Carolina, Bea? I didn't realize this storm went so far south.

Tacos for me tonight, beef in a hard shell. No coupons for 35 cent tacos like Dawg had last night, so I'll have to make the expensive version
I get to try out my new Penzeys taco seasoning though!
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Macaroni Cheese for me. What about everyone else?
Homemade? Box? You jazzing it up any?
What kind of cheese?
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It's snowing down in Carolina, Bea? I didn't realize this storm went so far south.

Tacos for me tonight, beef in a hard shell. No coupons for 39 cent tacos like Dawg had last night, so I'll have to make the expensive version
I get to try out my new Penzeys taco seasoning though!
Mount Pilot is a fictional place, I live in Syracuse!
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Mount Pilot is a fictional place, I live in Syracuse!
Syracuse?! You're right here in NY? Sonofagun...
I thought you chose your handle because you lived near Mount Pilot like it says under your name
And here you had me wondering a while back why Wegmans went down so far, too
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