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Old 10-08-2011, 09:27 AM   #1
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What's Cooking Sat Oct 8?

I've got a mad taste for some red gravy, so tonight's dinner will be puttanesca over gnocchi with garlic bread. Maybe a salad, too... or not... undecided so far, but the puttanesca is a go.

And you?
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Old 10-08-2011, 10:25 AM   #2
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Left overs. Concert is at 3pm so won't get home until after 5pm and will need to be back for evening concert at 7pm. Spaghetti, ham and beans, chicken tacos.
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We have a hankerin' for shrimp and grits and our October issue of Southern Living magazine arrived just in time with what sounds like a yummy recipe. We'll have that, a tossed salad and more of the Swedish nut cake.

It's a beautiful day here so no matter what we have it'll be just fine.
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Don't know what I will make. May need to go to fall food. It is snowing pretty good right now.
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Old 10-08-2011, 10:57 AM   #5
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We're having apple cider-maple glazed ham, the last bit of broccoli from the garden, oven-roasted potatoes, marinated veggies (peppers, tomatoes, onions) and wild-rice blueberry cupcakes/muffins iced with cream cheese frosting. I'll try to remember to take pics if I can keep the DH away from his plate long enough. He's shingling the roof, so he'll be famished.
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Old 10-08-2011, 12:03 PM   #6
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This morning I picked up a rack of spareribs trimmed to St Louis. I'll be cooking it in the new Cobb grill.
Plus some grilled Asian style chicken wings, grilled vegis, and steamed rice for this evening. We've also got a couple of bottles of cheap wine from Trader Joe's.
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Don't know what I will make. May need to go to fall food. It is snowing pretty good right now.
Fall food for snow? Snow = WINTER in my vocabulary!!
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It was summer all week until Thursday, then one day of fall on Friday before winter hit. Ok. May need to do winter food today. I will try to keep up!
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Old 10-08-2011, 12:58 PM   #9
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Tonight it's seared scallops, parm and spinach souffle, greek meatball soup / avgolemono, brie with olive rosemary sourdough, evoo and herbs for dipping... we're having a nice dinner, in, with a nice bottle of wine.

Tomorrow is turkey day for us at Mom's.
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So far I have just made cookies, still don't know what to have for supper tonight!
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