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Old 03-19-2015, 10:56 PM   #11
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So tired from shopping, I just took some brie, chopped radishes, almonds, light cream cheese, purple kale, some srarchi--put that in the blender and made lettuce wraps here I smeared that on the Romaine lettuce leaves, added some julienne carrot, some grated fennel, pickled ginger to make lettuce wraps. Mayo-srarchi dipping sauce with a titch of local honey was drizzled on top before rolling and used for the dipping sauce. I was just too tired think of anything else.
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Old 03-20-2015, 12:55 AM   #12
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That pic kind of startled me when I first opened the post.
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Old 03-20-2015, 01:58 AM   #13
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CWS, I feel for your "tired from shopping". Literally. I had planned ahead yesterday, but we know the "best laid plans" line.

Today (Thursday) was "St. Joseph's Feast Day", nearly as big a deal in Polish neighborhoods as St. Patrick's is in Irish ones. Tonight we feasted on Polish-deli bought gołąbki. I mashed two small, red-skin potatoes and steamed 1/2 head cabbage in beer. For the cabbage, I first sauteed some red onion. Too sweet. Next time I do this I'll use good, ol' yellow onion. Na zdrowie!
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That pic kind of startled me when I first opened the post.
I hope it didn't startle you too much. I was just funnin' ya. We still have over two feet of snow in the backyard and today is the Vernal Equinox.
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No it didn't...I thought it was funny

Hope your snow melts soon, Taxy!
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No it didn't...I thought it was funny

Hope your snow melts soon, Taxy!
Thanks. Me too!
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