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Old 03-07-2012, 04:28 AM   #61
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Sloppy Joes and a sweetened fruity cabbage salad
I was planning on sloppy joes for dinner, but the ground beef didn't thaw out in time. I hate thawing out meat in the microwave.

Mark had soup, and I had half of a pepperoni/sausage (personal-size) frozen pizza.
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Old 03-07-2012, 10:30 AM   #62
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You're sort of between Laurie and me. Barbara should swing up here first, then hit the two of you on the downswing. Either that or she should go all the way out to Laurie, pick her up, stop and get you and then all of you come on up for a great big hen party!
HMMMMMMMMMMM Well I'm south east of you all. So maybe I should pick them up first then end at your house.
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You have such a way with plating, MsM! Looks lovely!
Thank you DL.
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YUMMY!! I had to move my keyboard away from me due to my drooling!!

Poached eggs... in a cup? As in, made in the cup? I would love to know more!

It sounds like there are a lot of good things a-cookin' at so many of your houses tonight. Would be happy to be at any one! Tonight I'm taking it easy - minute rice with some tomato sauce and leftover macaroni-beef casserole. Odd mix, but I asked my fella what he wanted with the casserole and he wanted the rice.
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I think these are what Ms M uses. I keep meaning to get some but have fears my culinary instructor would find out and hunt me down!


Yup thats what I use. I serve in a cup rather than on toast.
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Old 03-07-2012, 11:17 AM   #63
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I think these are what Ms M uses. I keep meaning to get some but have fears my culinary instructor would find out and hunt me down!
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Yup thats what I use. I serve in a cup rather than on toast.
I feel silly for not knowing something like that existed! I've attempted poached eggs once - the "drop into a pot of boiling water" method. And ended up with stringy egg soup

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PM'ed you the recipe. It's really easy to make, damn near idiot-proof. I should know, being a well-trained idiot.
Thanks again!! Easy recipes are everyone's favourite!! Can't wait to give it a try. Mmmmmm!!!
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Old 03-07-2012, 11:23 AM   #64
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Old 03-07-2012, 07:29 PM   #65
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HMMMMMMMMMMM Well I'm south east of you all. So maybe I should pick them up first then end at your house.

Thank you DL.



Yup thats what I use. I serve in a cup rather than on toast.
Pick me up after Barbara, that way we only have to duck across the border once...The Montana Border Patrol is coming out of hibernation...
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Pick me up after Barbara, that way we only have to duck across the border once...The Montana Border Patrol is coming out of hibernation...
YIKES!! Wheres Yogi and Boo Boo?
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They live farther south, in Wyoming...
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Poached eggs in a cup, sausage and buttermilk biscuits

Looks lovely MM! I can just imagine dunking the buttermilk biscuits into the poached eggs........mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm:)

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Now that is a whopper!!! That sausage would certainly keep you going for a while:) Thanks for posting.
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Pick me up after Barbara, that way we only have to duck across the border once...The Montana Border Patrol is coming out of hibernation...
And I guess that means I am hiking across the Rockies alone?

I'll have to hitch a ride with this guy - Our Mountain Goats are probably the best guides in the region !
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I feel silly for not knowing something like that existed! I've attempted poached eggs once - the "drop into a pot of boiling water" method. And ended up with stringy egg soup
Don't feel silly! The pods are something fairly new, found mostly in gourmet kitchen shops (at least here anyway). Oh, and the secret to the drop into boiling water method is to add some vinegar - that will keep them together - and if you want good presentation you can cut off any straggling ends....(honest, that's what some of the pros do!)
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