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Old 06-13-2007, 12:54 PM   #11
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Boy, lefse, I'd love to be eating at your house tonight--everything sounds wonderful!

We're in salad mode for some reason this week. Tonight it's buffalo chicken salads. Cantaloupe and vanilla ice cream for dessert.


well thank you my friend, you are welcome to join in, there is always more than enough. I'll be in your neck of the woods this weekend, must get to 9th street to that cute little store that sells spices in bulk, as I need to get the ingreds for Chinese 5 spice as well as some others. Can not wait!
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Old 06-13-2007, 12:59 PM   #12
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I'll be in your neck of the woods this weekend, must get to 9th street to that cute little store that sells spices in bulk, as I need to get the ingreds for Chinese 5 spice as well as some others. Can not wait! [/center]
Happy shopping! One of these trips, we'll connect!
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Old 06-13-2007, 01:28 PM   #13
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it's just Dithmarscher Coleslaw for me...
too hot for something else and Frank is in Prague
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Old 06-13-2007, 01:35 PM   #14
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I am trying out the ham in the crockpot recipe. Along with it, it will be mashed potatoes and a lettuce salad.
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Old 06-13-2007, 02:15 PM   #15
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because it raises the bodies Internal temperature, and by the action of relativity, makes the Ambient air feel cooler ;)

that`s the story I`de use, your Bill is in the post.
I always heard that eating spicy food when it's hot out makes you sweat, thereby cooling you down. If you think about it, every culture in the tropics eats hot spicy food, probably for this reason, or the one you mentioned.

I have no idea what's for dinner. I'm thinking something Mexican, but that's because I'm busy absorbing recipes from a new Mexican cookbook I got last week.
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I always heard that eating spicy food when it's hot out makes you sweat, thereby cooling you down. If you think about it, every culture in the tropics eats hot spicy food, probably for this reason, or the one you mentioned.
exactly the same thing and reason :)
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Old 06-13-2007, 02:36 PM   #17
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I'm one of those people who goes to the grocery store every day to pick up what I want for dinner. It's only because the store is directly accross the street from my flat. Well it's been closed for repairs so I have a little leftover tikka chicken that I'm going to shread on top of mixed lettuce and top with tomato, onion, and cucumber relish drizzled on top.
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Old 06-13-2007, 03:45 PM   #18
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It's time for my Wednesday night dinner group and we're going to a restaurant called Guadalajara for Mexican. I see a margarita and chicken fajitas in my future.
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Vegetable lasagna made with spinach, asparagus, red pepper, and green and yellow squash. I may throw in some shredded chicken that I prepared yesterday.
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LEFSElover, one word, yum! I'll share a glass of what the love of your life is having too!

Tonight we are going to a mexican food restaurant - probably chicken fajita salad for me. Of course, a giant-sized swirl with chips and salsa, too.
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