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Old 08-13-2009, 08:37 PM   #31
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We had pan fried pork chops and asparagus tonight. There is vanilla ice cream in the freezer with my name on it.
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Old 08-13-2009, 09:20 PM   #32
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The bread



And the sausage and peppers

Your dinner is really looking good, and I just got done eating. YUM @ crusty bread! How is your sausage dish done?..... stove-top, grill or oven?
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Old 08-13-2009, 09:48 PM   #33
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I'm thinking a gound beef pot pie with carrots/celery/grean beans or peas/a little onion with a biscuit crust.
Here was our dinner.... salad started things off.


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Here was our dinner.... salad started things off.


yummy!! i need to make some pot pies!!
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Old 08-14-2009, 04:19 AM   #35
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Dinner is served

cream of wild mushroom soup, stuffed tomato and hebrew national franks in (puff pastry) blankets (not pictured).
That meal looks perfect for a cold Moscow evening, thanks for sharing msmofet

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Clean out the fridge Fried Rice. Mushrooms, Green Onions, red bell pepper, bacon, zucchini, egg, soy sauce and seasame oil.
I wish my fridge cleaning could always end with a meal like that I can just imagine beef with green peppers in a black bean sauce with that rice

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We all need a break from cooking! Burgers and fries usually work for me... or pizza!
Yeah it does you good I think. When I have a break it gives me time to research new things to cook as well. I'm glutten for a big juicy burger I'm afraid

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Here was our dinner.... salad started things off.
MMmmmmmmmmm I love your pies Do you have a recipe for the lid please VB?
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Old 08-14-2009, 01:32 PM   #36
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Yeah it does you good I think. When I have a break it gives me time to research new things to cook as well. I'm glutten for a big juicy burger I'm afraid
So, am I! My favortie fast food burger is the Whopper from Burger King . Back in NY, there were two place that had great burgers. One was the mushroom burger (sauteed mushrooms and swiss cheese) at a place called Miley's Irish Pub. Another one is the Uncle Al at a placed called Alfie's. That had sliced ham, lettuce, tomato, onion, thousand island dressing. They also serve that last one with big, thick steak fries. YUM!



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MMmmmmmmmmm I love your pies Do you have a recipe for the lid please VB?
I didn't measure anything. I just used a biscuit baking mix, a little milk, a little mayonnaise and chopped green onion. The last few times I have made pot pies, I don't measure anything, and they always seem to turn out wonderful! Thank you for the compliment. I wish I could give you an exact recipe, but I don't have one.
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