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Old 10-22-2013, 09:42 PM   #51
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Old 10-22-2013, 10:08 PM   #52
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Nice Did you make those chips? They look like when I fried tortilla chips one time.
Thank you, pacanis. Yes, those are homemade tortilla chips.
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Rather French I think. (well, it probably would be in Quebec, wouldn't it.)
Yup.
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Probably going to make pasta carbonara and a salad, maybe some whole grain baguette on the side.
Yep, that's what we had. No baguette, but we did have Spanish red wine. Hic.
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Old 10-23-2013, 02:25 AM   #55
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I fixed pork schnitzel tonight accompanied with mushrooms, onions and diced potatoes in gravy.
*gasp* What, didn't use your new toaster oven? Or, or...did you make the croutons today? (Tuesday)
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Old 10-23-2013, 04:41 AM   #56
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Harry, bacon AGAIN in the dinner? Why, you're a man after my own probably artery-clogged heart.

I'm finally getting around to making the pan of oven-roasted Italian sausage (chicken) with four colors of bell peppers, Vidalia onions, and the last of the baby red potatoes. To make up for all that healthfulness our arugula and romaine salad will include crumbled bacon and chopped eggs.
..and a few other bits too,having read some of your posts!!
i don't use a lot of bacon cg(not as much as i should...i mean what isn't good with bacon?)it's mostly,as in this dish,wafer thin pancetta...looks a lot but it isn't really.having said that pancetta is just salt cured pork belly so i guess that counts as bacon.i prefer the smoked...love smoked anything me!
any road up cg,your food always sounds fab,how's about some pics now & then?
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Old 10-23-2013, 04:50 AM   #57
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Seems like a no-brainer Pac!
+1 dead easy to cook too.i use mccains oven fries to keep it simple & a bit healthier.less calories from the fries means you can have more from the alcohol...some sort of perverse logic there i guess...works for me anyway mate!!
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Guacamole, salsa, and corn tortilla chips.
yay....watermelon chezza!!
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*gasp* What, didn't use your new toaster oven? Or, or...did you make the croutons today? (Tuesday)
No, it sat yesterday
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