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Old 03-06-2012, 02:25 PM   #1
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What's for Dinner - Tuesday 06 March 2012

Sorry no catchy title today as I am just too beat from cleaning out the basement.

I pulled a kielbasa ring out of the freezer last night for dinner tonight. Will do it in the CI grill pan then into the oven with our sauerkraut. Fried potatoes (hash browns) to go with.

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Dinner- Tuesday, March 6, 2012

I couldn't think of a rhyme, but I'll start it anyway.

Pasta carbonara with garlic bread and salad.

What's going on your table?
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I couldn't think of a rhyme, but I'll start it anyway.

Looks like I just be ya to it...
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Oyster stew.
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Oyster stew.
Oh that sounds good... hmmm.. there is always tomorrow.
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I'm making a soup from my Armenian past. It includes, browned meat, onion, garlic, MINT, chicken stock and is dressed with plain yogurt.
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Thanks, Frank. This should be a really good one. I'm going to toast garlic (lots) in a stick of butter and bacon fat, and add it (mashed) along with a jar of clam broth, canned baby clams with juice, onions, celery, bacon and half & half. Are ya drooling yet?
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Left over Sunday gravy tonight. Might be celebrating tomorrow night though! I just experienced the second best day of boat ownership! Tentively.
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Something to do with scallops - that's all I know. They are frozen sea scallops - not my first choice, but a friend brought a whole basket of things on the theme of our 4-day rotation diet (in lieu of flowers!). Today is fish/seafood so it is scallops!
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Left over Sunday gravy tonight. Might be celebrating tomorrow night though! I just experienced the second best day of boat ownership! Tentively.
Hopefully you got a new one before selling the old one.
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