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Old 10-05-2009, 08:45 PM   #21
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Paper thin beef (I bought it sliced) brown sugar, garlic, soy sauce, green onion, sesame oil, onion, green onion, apple sauce and noodles.
Wish I could have pulled up a chair!
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Old 10-05-2009, 09:25 PM   #22
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Wish I could have pulled up a chair!
I have plans to make a vid and post it on You Tube.
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Old 10-06-2009, 10:41 AM   #23
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I made Bulgogi this was the first time I made that I was happy with it.

That looks pretty good Top. I haven't had a good Bulgogi in years. I like it with a good pork too. Wrap it up in a good lettuce leaf and you have Korean fast food! LOL
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Old 10-06-2009, 11:01 AM   #24
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Sunday night we had "Accidental Fried Ravioli". "Accidental" you ask?

We didn't feel like a big meal, & I mentioned that we had 1/2 bag of cheese Pierogi's in the freezer, which hubby thought was perfect. So I set a pot of water to boiling & a large skillet with melted butter for sauteeing & dumped the bag in. Just as the little dumplings hit the water, I realized it was 1/2 a bag of cheese RAVIOLI - not Pierogi!!!

So, I just continued the way I normally would with Pierogi - boiled until nearly done, then sauteed a few minutes on each side in melted butter & served with sour cream for dipping. They were delicious!
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Old 10-06-2009, 02:08 PM   #25
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Did I miss the dinner thread for today? if so please merge. tia

Dinner 10/4/09:

Broiled shell steak, salad and steamed cauliflower topped with shredded cheddar.



I zoomed right by this. You do your meat just the way I like! AND, I love your salads, as they have plenty of olives and tomato!! YUMMM!
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I zoomed right by this. You do your meat just the way I like! AND, I love your salads, as they have plenty of olives and tomato!! YUMMM!
thank you bean!!

i wanted to use my Cast Iron grill pan but the family complained that they didn't want the smoke this time. so i broiled them but next time it will be the grill pan because i love how it cooks the steak nice and crusty on the outside and nice and red/pink on the inside in only about 5 minutes total. this salad was from the bags which is ok but i like to get heads of many greens and clean them myself but this time we went for quick. i love olives and tomatoes (so long as the tomatoes are not hot house and mealy. usually in the winter i don't put tomatoes in because they have no flavor). i also put a bit of anchovy paste and a bit of green olive paste in the dressing for a nice little kick.
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