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Old 10-13-2016, 08:54 PM   #11
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What wonderful sounding dinners this evening!

Steve...my mouth is watering just looking at that perfectly cooked roast. The chocolate mousse looks delicious as well.

Kay...I'm going to give Penzey's taco seasoning a try the next time I place an order. I'm sure I'll love it.
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Old 10-13-2016, 09:34 PM   #12
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Today was a very strange day. Both DH and I seemed slow to get going. So, I wasn't sure what to serve. I ended up pulling some of my fish cakes out of the freezer and cooking them along with oven wedge fries. I served them with cucumber and (for TB) tomatoes.
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Old 10-13-2016, 09:37 PM   #13
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Turkey club w/ spinach and avocado...

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Old 10-13-2016, 09:50 PM   #14
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Cheap ass Costco frozen talapia in the smoker, wanted to make the new apartment smell appropriately smokey. Eggplant with some nice parmesan cheese from Di Bruno's last time we were down in Philly. Mashers for the starch.
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Old 10-13-2016, 10:16 PM   #15
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Eggplant Parm with sausage, meatballs and gravy. English muffin with butter.
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Old 10-13-2016, 11:12 PM   #16
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Looks so good Joey....I'm always up for a loaded up sandwich for dinner. YUM...

Fox....your eggplant parm dish sounds so good, and it's nice to see you back.

Addie...eggplant parm on your plate, too! That must have been a big dinner for you. Were the meatballs and gravy separate, or incorporated into your eggplant parm? Would love to hear how you made it - sounds delish.
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Old 10-14-2016, 01:14 AM   #17
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Looks so good Joey....I'm always up for a loaded up sandwich for dinner. YUM...

Fox....your eggplant parm dish sounds so good, and it's nice to see you back.

Addie...eggplant parm on your plate, too! That must have been a big dinner for you. Were the meatballs and gravy separate, or incorporated into your eggplant parm? Would love to hear how you made it - sounds delish.
I didn't make it. My daughter did. The meatballs and sausages are separate and cooked in the gravy after they are browned first by sautéing. She sent enough for two.

We kind of have an agreement. She does all the Italian cooking and I do all the comfort foods of their childhood. I am not too big a fan of Italian food anymore. I think I had my fill growing up in an Italian neighborhood.
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Old 10-14-2016, 02:44 AM   #18
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GA Home Cook, I hope your DW and her knee feel good soon.

Dinners sound and look good, gang. Steve, one of these days we will show up on your doorstep.

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...I'm going to give Penzey's taco seasoning a try the next time I place an order...
Or you could wait for the Penzeys taco seasoning when they're giving it away free with an order, and use some of your spices to mix your own. I've used this recipe for years - we love it. Of course, mine has less cumin. YMMV*
Allrecipes Taco Seasoning 1


I made an almost-double recipe of Crockpot Thai Peanut Chicken tonight. Served it on Basmati rice, topped it with chopped peanuts, radish slices, blanched snow peas, "fakelantro" (parsley), plus scallions for Himself. Put a generous amount away in the freezer, plus have enough in the fridge for another meal+.

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Bachelor living last night. Two cold pork chops, leftover salad in front of the tv flicking between the baseball, football and hockey games.
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Steve, one of these days we will show up on your doorstep.
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