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Old 08-13-2009, 05:36 PM   #21
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I am cooking a beef roast. Probably roasted potatoes and carrots and salad.
Mmmmmmmm sounds good I miss my mums roast beef and yorkshire puddings


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The bread



And the sausage and peppers

All looking very nice Bourbon........I'm dunking the bread into that sausage and peppers as I type

I didn't cook anything for dinner tonight as I took out my fiancee and her mum for dinner. Starlite Diner was the venue and I had a cowboy burger with crinkle fries and coleslaw......yummy
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Old 08-13-2009, 06:44 PM   #22
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Dinner is served

cream of wild mushroom soup, stuffed tomato and hebrew national franks in (puff pastry) blankets (not pictured).


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Stuffed Tomato





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Old 08-13-2009, 07:19 PM   #23
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mexican wings (uses tortilla chips ground up for coating) also are dipped in an oil and spice mix.then crumbs. chili relleno casserole. layers of chili peppers, cheese . an mixture of eggs, half and half and flour poured on. tomato sauce on top. to hot to taste. corn salsa i made yesterday so flavor could mingle. it is just a tad hot for me but son will love it. missed spelled the casserole and spell check is not help
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Old 08-13-2009, 07:22 PM   #24
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burritos and mexican spiced oven fries.
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Old 08-13-2009, 07:31 PM   #25
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Dinner is served

cream of wild mushroom soup, stuffed tomato and hebrew national franks in (puff pastry) blankets (not pictured).
Oh my goodness, I better not see my husband see that. He loves HN polish dogs but since all the problems with Mad Cow disease and the US and Canada not wanting each other's meat, we can't get them any more. He used to have a polish dog at Costco every time we went there. I liked them too but he really misses them.
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Clean out the fridge Fried Rice. Mushrooms, Green Onions, red bell pepper, bacon, zucchini, egg, soy sauce and seasame oil.

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Old 08-13-2009, 07:50 PM   #27
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Clean out the fridge Fried Rice. Mushrooms, Green Onions, red bell pepper, bacon, zucchini, egg, soy sauce and seasame oil.

That "clean out the fridge" fried rice really tempts my taste buds!
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Old 08-13-2009, 07:52 PM   #28
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Dinner is served

cream of wild mushroom soup, stuffed tomato and hebrew national franks in (puff pastry) blankets (not pictured).


Cream of Wild Mushroom Soup (Click here for recipe)



Stuffed Tomato





What a comfort meal!! I might file this kind of dinner away for the Fall. Perfect meal for a crisp night! Do you have a recipe for the stuffed tomatoes. AND, I wish you had pictured the franks in the pastry!
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Old 08-13-2009, 07:55 PM   #29
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Mmmmmmmm sounds good I miss my mums roast beef and yorkshire puddings




All looking very nice Bourbon........I'm dunking the bread into that sausage and peppers as I type

I didn't cook anything for dinner tonight as I took out my fiancee and her mum for dinner. Starlite Diner was the venue and I had a cowboy burger with crinkle fries and coleslaw......yummy
We all need a break from cooking! Burgers and fries usually work for me... or pizza!
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Old 08-13-2009, 07:57 PM   #30
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What a comfort meal!! I might file this kind of dinner away for the Fall. Perfect meal for a crisp night! Do you have a recipe for the stuffed tomatoes. AND, I wish you had pictured the franks in the pastry!
thank you!! give me a bit to type up a recipe for the tomatoes.

heres the HN franks.



i am going to stick a few more in the toaster oven for my daughter. hopefully i will get a picture before they are gone!! LOL
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