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Old 04-11-2013, 02:20 PM   #11
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Do you have a recipe for those soups? Sounds very appealing and I have some 'shrooms wrinkling in the fridge.

Here's my recipe for the sour cream mushroom soup. If I don't have sour cream, I'd just sub cream in its place.

Need Cream of Mushroom Soup advice
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Old 04-11-2013, 03:13 PM   #12
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Here's my recipe for the sour cream mushroom soup. If I don't have sour cream, I'd just sub cream in its place.

Need Cream of Mushroom Soup advice
Thank you. I've copied and pasted it. It looks good.
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Old 04-11-2013, 04:25 PM   #13
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No-gravy ham, roasted head of cauliflower, the ubiquitous salad and some sort of potato. Thinking mashed, or paprika potato cubes, or maybe twice-baked. My Mom used to make those and call them "Volcano potatoes" because when she put them back into the oven for the second bake she would put a piece of uncooked bacon on the top, then sprinkle some paprika all over them. Yup, I'll make those - bacon wins!
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Baseball got cancelled for me since the student I interpret for is not at the game. Was going to do leftovers with everyone catching a meal when they were hungry but now I guess I have to figure out a meal. I'll probably do something with chicken. Maybe some rice and salads.
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Old 04-11-2013, 04:36 PM   #15
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Tasso Pasta!
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Old 04-11-2013, 04:50 PM   #16
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Finally getting around to making a Taco Bake. My daughter said they make it in her cafeteria. She usually brings her lunch so she asked me to make some for her. I am not a casseroley type guy, but we are going to give it a whirl....
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Old 04-11-2013, 07:06 PM   #17
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Another United Way fundraiser take and bake dinner, they've all been really good so far! Tonight, Olive Garden-style salad, garlic bread, and stuffed shells with sausage, spinach and manicoti. They say it's for 4 people, looks more like 8. We always have leftovers. A good deal for $20!
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Going to a concert tonight, so we'll probably grab something on the way downtown.
What concert are you going to Steve?

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I'm really not feeling energetic, so probably carbonara. Maybe a very simple salad with that.
The carbonara was good. I used organic, wholegrain, wheat fusilli. The salad was good too, even though I had to use scallions instead of the red onion I had wanted to use. I took it out of the fridge and lost it.

I found it in the hall, on the floor, after supper. I guess it fell off the dishwasher (its portable, I use it like an island).
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...I had to use scallions instead of the red onion I had wanted to use. I took it out of the fridge and lost it. ...
At least you have a red onion to use for your NEXT salad!

I wander through the house constantly saying to DH "now where did I put that ______?" Not as bad as my Grandma was thought. Mom would tell the story of grandma holding a paring knife woven through fingers, waving her hand and asking "now where is my knife?" Grandma was dangerous!
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