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Old 06-22-2009, 07:30 AM   #1
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What's for dinner Monday, June 22nd?

I plan on making one pizza, never made just one before...will try making the crust dough with my Kitchen Aid, never done that either..

will top with mozzarella and garlic spiked chevre, pizza sauce, a few leaves of basil, and red onions..

what are you fixing?

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Old 06-22-2009, 08:27 AM   #2
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I don't really know, but I DO know I won't be preparing the whole thing. I'm going to the home of some dear friends and we'll make dinner together. Today is Buck's birthday and we're going to have a meal in his honor.
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I don't really know, but I DO know I won't be preparing the whole thing. I'm going to the home of some dear friends and we'll make dinner together. Today is Buck's birthday and we're going to have a meal in his honor.
Katie, I know whatever you have, Buck would be very pleased. Have a good time and a great dinner.
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Old 06-22-2009, 10:22 AM   #4
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With all the talk about zucchini, I've decided to make stuffed vegetables. I make a stuffing with ground pork, onions, cheeses and seasonings and stuff zucchini, portabellos and peppers.
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I plan on making one pizza, never made just one before...will try making the crust dough with my Kitchen Aid, never done that either..

will top with mozzarella and garlic spiked chevre, pizza sauce, a few leaves of basil, and red onions..

what are you fixing?
Beth, I love making pizza dough in my KE. The recipe in their book is really great. The pizza sounds awesome.

Pork souvlaki here, if the weather holds out so we can gill it. Not sure of fixings yet.
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I plan on making one pizza, never made just one before...will try making the crust dough with my Kitchen Aid, never done that either.....

I always make pizza dough with my mixer. Much easier. The dough freezes well.
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I can't decide between BBQ or pasta...we've eaten out all weekend, catching up with old friends & son made paella for Dad's day...what I really fancy is the bruschetta Baz made on Saturday for lunch...because I keep looking at the pictures LOL
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"Pork souvlaki here, if the weather holds out so we can gill it. Not sure of fixings yet."


Is the recipe posted here? My sister used to make that and it was so good, but I don't remember how she made it.
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I've got fish balls, bok choy, brown tree mushrooms and 3 bags of assorted
"chinese" dumplings....

not sure what exactly will happen with it all but it will be good! (I hope)
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I'm planning on yard work today so will probably just grill up some dogs and have the potato salad that's in the refrigerator. Quick and easy after toiling in the dirt.
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