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Old 01-20-2007, 08:38 AM   #1
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What's for Dinner, Saturday January 20, 2007?

I am making beef -n- noodles, pickled beets, green beans and crusty warm bread, - chocolate pecan pie for dessert.

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Old 01-20-2007, 08:54 AM   #2
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I`m doing a Thai Chicken curry with basmati rice and peas.

the beef stew for tomorow is already cooked and cooling, it always tastes better the next day for some reason?
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Old 01-20-2007, 09:02 AM   #3
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we've been eating takeout a lot this week, so i'm hoping to make something at home tonight.
i found a large can of new england clam chowder in the cupboard that i'll add some water and heat up tonight, but dw won't eat it. the label says "best before: 12/05", but it is a sealed can so it shouldn't have gone bad, imo. it was from a food and wine festival from down the shore that year, and i remember it was delicious, so i'm not gonna chuck it. waste not, want not.

i also have some sweet italian turkey sausage, and herb chicken sausage defrosting. i'm trying to come up with some ideas for those.

gonna stop off at the korean market, then the paterson farmer's market on the way home tonight.
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Old 01-20-2007, 09:16 AM   #4
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In celebration of the Saints victory, Lou and I are having

Stuffed mirlton
Creole Shrimp over rice
Praline Bread pudding with bourbon sauce

We're drinking sazeracs tonight, (still have absinthe!) and I believe a zinfindel with the shrimp.

Had the Eagles won, the menu would have been entirely different!
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I am planning on making either champagne chicken or chicken with sauce supreme - haven't decided yet!
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Old 01-20-2007, 12:24 PM   #6
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I`m doing a Thai Chicken curry with basmati rice and peas.

the beef stew for tomorow is already cooked and cooling, it always tastes better the next day for some reason?
I agree, I cooked my beef roast yesterday for today!
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Old 01-20-2007, 12:39 PM   #7
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In celebration of the Saints victory, Lou and I are having

Stuffed mirlton
Creole Shrimp over rice
Praline Bread pudding with bourbon sauce

We're drinking sazeracs tonight, (still have absinthe!) and I believe a zinfindel with the shrimp.

Had the Eagles won, the menu would have been entirely different!
What are you doing here....you and Lou should be otherwise engaged

Hmm, I have some pork mince. I feel uninspired tonight, I should have decided what to do with it ages ago.....

any ideas? I'm going to have a bath and try and decide
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Old 01-20-2007, 01:32 PM   #8
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I found a recipe for hot german potato salad that sound very close to the one at the german restaurant we like so am going to try it with weinerschnitzel (also first time recipe) and spaetzle noodles (tried and true recipe).
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Since Cade spent the night last night and will be here til after supper tonight, at his request we are having pannini sandwiches made with seranno ham, gruyere cheese, arugala,on foccacia, some potato salad and Michele Maries apple dessert with ice cream. Plus he will help me make some pasta sauce to take to my daughters for Olivias birthday party tomorrow.

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Hmm, I have some pork mince. I feel uninspired tonight, I should have decided what to do with it ages ago.....

any ideas? I'm going to have a bath and try and decide
make some frikadellen then, here`s a reasonable recipe for it: Meatballs (Frikadellen) Recipe (with detailed photos)
you can use All pork, I do :)
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