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Old 09-24-2014, 09:14 PM   #21
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Meatloaf, roast potato wedges, and raw cauliflower, brocolli, and radishes with ranch like sauce for dipping.
This is kind of weird, but we also had meatloaf, roasted potato wedges (in duck fat), and broccoli. The one thing different is that we had sautéed mushrooms, too.
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Old 09-24-2014, 09:18 PM   #22
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Isn't that cute. You think I'm telling you guys everything I do.

We know that you're not.
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Old 09-24-2014, 09:39 PM   #23
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Lots of "first time" recipes tonight. I've had this Cooking Light pulled pork recipe on my little kitchen work table for quite a while now, so I decided to cook and pull it yesterday, have it for supper tonight. Winner! Worth every bit of work. Since the lion's share of the work was done, I figured I could make a different-to-us coleslaw, a Napa cabbage version. Meh. This recipe was a one-and-done for us. Opened a can of beans (it can't all be from-scratch all the time). And then the piece de resistance was my initial attempt at from-scratch buttermilk biscuits. Where have you been all my life, you Lovelies? Calories be damned, I'll make biscuits again. And again. In fact, I found three recipes want to try, With that just-opened quart of buttermilk calling my name, I think I'll make biscuits two more times this week. I'll also try the two recipes the blogger mentioned in her post. We'll be waddling by the end of the week.
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Old 09-24-2014, 09:43 PM   #24
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Tonight's entry in the "Andy eats whatever he wants" challenge is Pancit Bihon Guisado.

It's a Filipino rice noodle dish with Chinese sausage, pork and vegetables. SO does not like the Chinese sausages so I'm making it while she's in FL.
You're a good man, Charlie Brown Andy. I always appreciated the fact that Himself fixed things he liked that I won't eat when I would go out of town. Now he's stuck with me all the time since he doesn't get "those" foods. Fortunately, he's more than satisfied with what I whip up.
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Old 09-24-2014, 10:04 PM   #25
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Isn't that cute. You think I'm telling you guys everything I do.
Don't know about you Dawg, but I've never been called "cute' in my life.
Should we be offended?
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Old 09-24-2014, 10:16 PM   #26
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My red stuffed peppers were good, but I got lazy and didn't blister the skins first before stuffing. I won't be doing that again because the finished peppers were a little too firm, and lacked flavor. Note to self: shortcuts don't always work well.
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Don't know about you Dawg, but I've never been called "cute' in my life.
Should we be offended?

Nah. We find it cute that Andy's getting away with stuff, and that he's enjoying himself! Whatever he may be doing. None of our business to ask...
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Old 09-24-2014, 10:33 PM   #28
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Yummy sounding (and looking!) dishes tonight, as always. Every time I check the daily dinner thread I get some ideas and cravings.

I had an avocado sprinkled with Penzey's Arizona Dreaming, a deviled egg, and a slice of toasted rye. I'm stuffed.
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andy, the dancin' goils should have been there a few days ago.

umm, does one of your neighbors seem happy but really tired?


we had takeout chinois tonight.

wantaugh soup, young chow fried rice, velvet chicken and broccoli, chicken mei fun, singapore mei fun (i ordered spicy beef chow ho fun but they got it wrong), chicken chow mein, and shrimp in lobster sauce.
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My red stuffed peppers were good, but I got lazy and didn't blister the skins first before stuffing. I won't be doing that again because the finished peppers were a little too firm, and lacked flavor. Note to self: shortcuts don't always work well.
I find blanching them first works well.
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