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Old 07-09-2015, 08:29 PM   #11
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I finally got to Costco. Since I knew I would be too pooped to cook, I had some dipping sauces ready for the chicken. There was ranch style dressing and blue cheese dressing for the crudités. Thanks to the people who contributed ideas to this thread: Jazzing up rotisserie chicken

It was yummy. Stirling was pleased that it wasn't just plain old rotisserie chicken. I also had some leftover Dragon Lady sesame noodles. Gotta tweak that recipe.
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Old 07-09-2015, 08:40 PM   #12
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Great sounding dinners tonight all.

Thanks for the reminder on that thread Taxi...it's a real keeper.
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I have four seasoned and floured skillet browned chicken thighs in the oven, each sitting on mound of dressing, frozen from Christmas. SC goes ape over my dressing. I really should make it more often, but then it wouldn't be a treat for us. Maybe I should make a little pan gravy.
Glorified green salads will complete the menu.

Good grief, the Sous Chef beat me to posting. Any wonder why he makes cooking fun?
I'm convinced that the convection oven setting on our new stove made all the difference with those delectable crispy thighs.

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Old 07-09-2015, 09:49 PM   #14
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I made a pot of unstuffed cabbage rolls and had pretzel breadsticks.
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Great pics, Taxy and Kay. Taxy, thanks for the reminder of the rotisserie chicken thread! I'm going to go there now for some ideas.

Kay, I always forget about bread dressing during the year, until around November. I'll have to remember to make a batch and freeze it so I'll get to have some now and then throughout the year. Like you say, not very often, or it wouldn't be a treat.

I love the convection settings on my oven - next best thing to grilling.
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It cooled off a bit here and is rainy. Made a pot of vegetable barley soup.

taxlady, that spread looks great.
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Kayel, your meal is making me hungry and I just ate.

Looks like a number of people had chicken tonight.
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Sun dried tomato & mascarpone ravioli with EVOO,garlic,mushrooms,onions,grape tomatoes & spinach.

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I'm convinced that the convection oven setting on our new stove made all the difference with those delectable crispy thighs.

Wow, they look fried and crispy too. Very nice.
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guys! Went to an art exhibit and auction a couple blocks down from our condo, they had all kinds of stuff out. Had a piece of pizza and a little egg salad sandwich, along with a lovely cucumber melon drink.
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