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Old 09-25-2015, 04:25 PM   #11
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I'm going to grill a couple of chicken thighs, brushed with TJ's Island Soyaki. Probably a salad on the side.

Kay, thanks for the reminder - I love jalapeno poppers! I usually give the bacon a little head start by par frying (or nuking) before wrapping the jalapenos.
Thanks for the tip Cheryl. Hard to believe, I've never made them. I'll clean the insides well in hopes they won't be too hot for SC. I hope this is a mild bunch of peppers, but one never knows.
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Old 09-25-2015, 07:16 PM   #13
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Thanks for the tip Cheryl. Hard to believe, I've never made them. I'll clean the insides well in hopes they won't be too hot for SC. I hope this is a mild bunch of peppers, but one never knows.
On poppers, we seed them. Stuff them, then wrap in bacon and cook till the bacon is done. Note the peppers are a bit softer than most people make them. Then we freeze the leftover poppers to heat up later.
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Old 09-25-2015, 07:42 PM   #14
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Third world chicken, peanut butter noodles, and a garden salad.

I think the chicken was originally called Indonesian chicken (grilled boneless chicken breasts in a oil / soy sauce / lemon juice / red pepper flakes / garlic marinade). I can't remember what the noodles were called, but it's angel hair and Chinese cabbage in a soy / sesame oil / garlic & ginger / scallion / peanut butter sauce.


Not names that others would use, but we know what we are talking about!.
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Old 09-25-2015, 07:51 PM   #15
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Our Greek inspired dinner.

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Old 09-25-2015, 07:58 PM   #16
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Didn't feel like cooking. I made some mayo and used in to make some chicken salad. So, chicken salad sandwiches for us tonight and, since it's the start of the weekend, Margaritas.

There will probably be homemade strawberry ice cream for dessert.
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Third world chicken, peanut butter noodles, and a garden salad.

I think the chicken was originally called Indonesian chicken (grilled boneless chicken breasts in a oil / soy sauce / lemon juice / red pepper flakes / garlic marinade). I can't remember what the noodles were called, but it's angel hair and Chinese cabbage in a soy / sesame oil / garlic & ginger / scallion / peanut butter sauce.


Not names that others would use, but we know what we are talking about!.

This interests me, Tenspeed!
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Today is my dear dear husband's birthday, so we celebrate with food
(and he still says he's not a foodie)
I have big plans ...
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Old 09-25-2015, 09:15 PM   #19
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Today is my dear dear husband's birthday, so we celebrate with food

(and he still says he's not a foodie)

I have big plans ...

Mahalo, K-girl's DH! Happy birthday! (Don't know happy birthday in Hawaiian).

Feliz cumpleanos!
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Steve really liked the Poppers, and thankfully I got the only one that was really hot, needing a milk chaser. This opens up a whole new world of ideas for other kinds of stuffed peppers based on cream cheese and bacon..thinking shrimp may be included..hmmm...
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