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Old 07-24-2010, 12:45 AM   #11
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Are the Crabs covered with oil? or is that the color of them on the west coast? I am only familiar with Chesapeake Blue Crabs.
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looking through magazine about healthy eating. found recipe for corn cakes using whole kernel corn. so am making that also. got everything all ready, chopped etc. just not hungry yet.
Pork Chops, Corn Fritters, we sure are on the same wave length lately!
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Old 07-24-2010, 01:52 AM   #13
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Went to a Taste of Edmonton today and ate bits of all kinds of things. Bacon wrapped tenderloin, deep fried wontons stuffed with crab and cream cheese, cracking shrimp balls, crab cakes, bison burger, chile lime prawns, leprechaun pie, cannoli, white chocolate raspberry gelati, beef skewer with hummus and parsley salad, canada maki, and finally chocolate covered strawberries.
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Oh, Alix, I love the "bite of" events. We have two out here and I try to go to both every year.
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This was our dinner... breakfast.... scrambled eggs with green onion and ham, home-fries, bacon and toast. That is often the case when I
can't get creative enough.


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Pork Chops, Corn Fritters, we sure are on the same wave length lately!
if your chops were tender , please tell me what you do and what kind of chops they are. my corn things were really good . more like a pancake that anything else.
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Are the Crabs covered with oil? or is that the color of them on the west coast? I am only familiar with Chesapeake Blue Crabs.
Oil? no, they are Dungeness Crab and they are on average 7" across, much bigger & more meat than blues.
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Old 07-25-2010, 04:47 AM   #18
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if your chops were tender , please tell me what you do and what kind of chops they are. my corn things were really good . more like a pancake that anything else.
I haven't had them yet. I have just been thinking about them. I work evenings and I don't always get around to fixing what I think about. The "Corn Fritters" I make are more like a pancake too. I found a recipe for some with zucchini plus some unnecessary herbs. I might just add the zucchini some time.
I don't buy boneless pork chops, they always seem to be tough when purchased that way. I usually buy bone-in or a whole pork loin when it goes on sale and cut it myself. I have never had tough boneless chops that way. That reminds me. I think I will dig out the small roast I cut off last time as I did buy potatoes the other day......
Pork Roast, Mashed Potatoes, Sauerkraut and Green Beans. But it will have to be for Monday. It needs time to thaw.
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I haven't had them yet. I have just been thinking about them. I work evenings and I don't always get around to fixing what I think about. The "Corn Fritters" I make are more like a pancake too. I found a recipe for some with zucchini plus some unnecessary herbs. I might just add the zucchini some time.
I don't buy boneless pork chops, they always seem to be tough when purchased that way. I usually buy bone-in or a whole pork loin when it goes on sale and cut it myself. I have never had tough boneless chops that way. That reminds me. I think I will dig out the small roast I cut off last time as I did buy potatoes the other day......
Pork Roast, Mashed Potatoes, Sauerkraut and Green Beans. But it will have to be for Monday. It needs time to thaw.
Scratch that. No pork roast left in the freezer. I took out pork chops instead. Parsley Potatoes or Scalloped????
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