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Old 07-25-2009, 09:04 AM   #11
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I have no idea . Right now I'm in too much pain to even think about cooking.
hugs to you!! i am there often!! feel better soon!!
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Old 07-25-2009, 09:15 AM   #12
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That sounds really delicious! When you work out the ingredients... could you post a recipe?
Of course I will post the recipe once I've tried it. Right now the chicken is in the fridge marinading and I've managed to find all the ingredients for the sauce so everything's good to go

Whilst waiting for the chicken to marinade I quickly whizzed up a steak and onion sandwich. I made a paste with freshly ground black peppercorns, sea salt and olive oil infused with chilli and garlic and rubbed this all over the steak. Then I griddled the steak for a couple of minutes before wrapping tightly in tin foil to rest. Whilst waiting for the steak I popped in the griddle rings of onion and tomatoes which cooked in the steak juices and once the onions we're brown I layered this on the ciabatta bread. The steak was then sliced into strips and placed on top of the onion and tomatoes. It tasted absolutely luuuuuuuuuuuuursh
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Old 07-25-2009, 09:31 AM   #13
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Of course I will post the recipe once I've tried it. Right now the chicken is in the fridge marinading and I've managed to find all the ingredients for the sauce so everything's good to go

Whilst waiting for the chicken to marinade I quickly whizzed up a steak and onion sandwich. I made a paste with freshly ground black peppercorns, sea salt and olive oil infused with chilli and garlic and rubbed this all over the steak. Then I griddled the steak for a couple of minutes before wrapping tightly in tin foil to rest. Whilst waiting for the steak I popped in the griddle rings of onion and tomatoes which cooked in the steak juices and once the onions we're brown I layered this on the ciabatta bread. The steak was then sliced into strips and placed on top of the onion and tomatoes. It tasted absolutely luuuuuuuuuuuuursh
please stop you're killing me!!!!!!!!!!! are you gonna post a pic of that sammie!! dang i will have to peek threw my fingers so as not to get over exposed to the yummieness!!
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Old 07-25-2009, 09:51 AM   #14
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please stop you're killing me!!!!!!!!!!!
I'm sowwy hehe! I'll be less descriptive next time

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you gonna post a pic of that sammie!! dang i will have to peek threw my fingers so as not to get over exposed to the yummieness!!
Damm I promised myself that I would take pics of anything I cook now to share with everyone but the sandwich was so tasty I forgot

I'll make sure I make another - not without warning you msmofet and then take a photo
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Old 07-25-2009, 09:59 AM   #15
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hugs to you!! i am there often!! feel better soon!!
thanks sweetie! hugs back !
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Old 07-25-2009, 10:30 AM   #16
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thanks sweetie! hugs back !
when i'm in pain take out delivery is my friend!! as no one else seems to think they should have to cook or even dial a phone to order for that matter!! ok rant over!! thanks for the hug back!!
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Old 07-25-2009, 10:32 AM   #17
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I'm sowwy hehe! I'll be less descriptive next time



Damm I promised myself that I would take pics of anything I cook now to share with everyone but the sandwich was so tasty I forgot

I'll make sure I make another - not without warning you msmofet and then take a photo
ok thanks that way i can put on my baking soda lined jacket that will protect me from over exposure!!
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Old 07-25-2009, 11:25 AM   #18
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Meat loaf is one of those dishes I never make the same way twice, but it's nearly always very good, so here I am at the computer and I've been smelling this thing baking for nearly 40 minutes. I know from the past, that as soon as I take it out of the oven I'll have to have a taste, usually from the crusty corner. But then the trouble starts - Every time I return to the kitchen I just have to have another little taste, and then I begin inventing excuses for going into the kitchen; wiping down the counters, making a trip to the trash can, getting another cup of tea, etc. The excuses are endless, and as soon as I come to my senses, about a third of the loaf is now gone! Does anyone else have this problem, or am I just out of control?
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Old 07-25-2009, 11:28 AM   #19
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when i'm in pain take out delivery is my friend!! as no one else seems to think they should have to cook or even dial a phone to order for that matter!! ok rant over!! thanks for the hug back!!
I have that problem too. Dh thinks if I don't feel like cooking, I don't feel like eating. If he cooks, it is breakfast. That may be one reason I'm not crazy about breakfast any time except morning.
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Old 07-25-2009, 11:30 AM   #20
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Meat loaf is one of those dishes I never make the same way twice, but it's nearly always very good, so here I am at the computer and I've been smelling this thing baking for nearly 40 minutes. I know from the past, that as soon as I take it out of the oven I'll have to have a taste, usually from the crusty corner. But then the trouble starts - Every time I return to the kitchen I just have to have another little taste, and then I begin inventing excuses for going into the kitchen; wiping down the counters, making a trip to the trash can, getting another cup of tea, etc. The excuses are endless, and as soon as I come to my senses, about a third of the loaf is now gone! Does anyone else have this problem, or am I just out of control?
ummmmmmmmm lock box on the counter? or if all else fails just blame it on the dog and/or cat!! borrow if necessary!!
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