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Old 10-22-2008, 01:36 PM   #11
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Boy, they all sound yummy. I needed some good ideas for Thanksgiving. Anybody else - more?
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Old 10-22-2008, 01:44 PM   #12
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I like these besides the blue cheese dressing I serve them with carrot and celery sticks
Buffalo Pierogis Recipe : Sara Moulton : Food Network
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Old 10-22-2008, 01:49 PM   #13
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I like these besides the blue cheese dressing I serve them with carrot and celery sticks
Buffalo Pierogis Recipe : Sara Moulton : Food Network
MMMM, those sound good. I can't get those pierogis here but since I make my own I think some day (not this week I will experiment and make them! Thanks, JP!
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MMMM, those sound good. I can't get those pierogis here but since I make my own I think some day (not this week I will experiment and make them! Thanks, JP!
You can't get frozen Pierigis? I use the potato cheese ones.
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Yes, I can get frozen ones, just not that flavour. I have some spinach ricotta ones in the freezer DH bought for me because I haven't been able to make them for awhile. But I think a more plain one would be better. I still like the sound of the roasted garlic!
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Old 10-22-2008, 01:59 PM   #16
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You can't get frozen Pierigis? I use the potato cheese ones.
That's the kind I get, too, JP. They have them at Sam's where I am. I love them.
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That's the kind I get, too, JP. They have them at Sam's where I am. I love them.
I can only get the potato and cheese ones not much cheese in the to speak of. The spinach ricotta LPB was talking about sound really good.
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I don't know if they would travel of re-heat too well, but,
I LOVE Spanikopita!!!!!
I've bought pre-made min phyllo cups to cheat a few times with it.
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I'm not a very accomplished or sophisticated cook (yet), so this may be way too simple, but I never have any left over when I make these. Wrap a whole water chestnut (the canned kind) in a strip of bacon and secure with a toothpick. When you get a big tray of them done, splash them all generously with soy sauce and let sit for an hour or two. Then run under a broiler until the bacon is crispy.


Those sound really good! Putting it on my list for next week.
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Old 10-22-2008, 05:44 PM   #20
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One thing that I do and like is egg rolls spread with a cream cheese/chinese hot chili sauce, fresh crab and any or all the following, bok choy, ginger. That chili sauce is hot so care must be taken. Anyway of course you deep fry these about 3 minutes.
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