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Old 10-10-2012, 07:35 PM   #21
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Worked this morning and spent this afternoon getting tires on my son's car for his birthday. Didn't feel like cooking so ordered out from New China Express (local joint). I got sesame chicken with pork fried rice, son had sweet and sour chicken with fried rice and DH will have the chicken egg foo yung when he gets home. Egg rolls all around too.
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Old 10-10-2012, 07:59 PM   #22
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Worked this morning and spent this afternoon getting tires on my son's car for his birthday. Didn't feel like cooking so ordered out from New China Express (local joint). I got sesame chicken with pork fried rice, son had sweet and sour chicken with fried rice and DH will have the chicken egg foo yung when he gets home. Egg rolls all around too.
When can I pick up my egg roll? It was sure nice of you to get them for u's!

We will have tamales tonight.
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Old 10-10-2012, 08:00 PM   #23
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Too wiped out to cook. Popcorn shrimp (from the Deli), and chicken fried rice.
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Old 10-10-2012, 08:32 PM   #24
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Burgers.. mixed a lb of italian sausage with a lb and a half of ground chuck.. your normal seasonings.. going to fry them up on the cast iron skillet.. then off to the panini press on sourdough bread.. with chedder mozz cheese.. tomatoes and sauteed onions..
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When can I pick up my egg roll? It was sure nice of you to get them for u's!

We will have tamales tonight.
Better hurry! There's only 2 left!
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Old 10-10-2012, 08:39 PM   #26
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Burgers.. mixed a lb of italian sausage with a lb and a half of ground chuck.. your normal seasonings.. going to fry them up on the cast iron skillet.. then off to the panini press on sourdough bread.. with chedder mozz cheese.. tomatoes and sauteed onions..
Here's something I had a week ago that I've been meaning to replicate the seasoning. The old... beefy onion soup packet. I had some burgers at a cookout and couldn't quite place the flavoring, only that they were delicious and the griller knew what he was doing. They were made with some Lipton beefy onion soup added in. Yowzers. Good stuff.
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Old 10-10-2012, 08:43 PM   #27
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Here's something I had a week ago that I've been meaning to replicate the seasoning. The old... beefy onion soup packet. I had some burgers at a cookout and couldn't quite place the flavoring, only that they were delicious and the griller knew what he was doing. They were made with some Lipton beefy onion soup added in. Yowzers. Good stuff.
Nothing wrong with the packet! I used to make my burgers like that, and my guests said they were the best, evah!
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Better hurry! There's only 2 left!
I changed my mind for supper. I had some egg rolls in the freezer so I had to make them!
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Old 10-10-2012, 09:35 PM   #29
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Here's something I had a week ago that I've been meaning to replicate the seasoning. The old... beefy onion soup packet. I had some burgers at a cookout and couldn't quite place the flavoring, only that they were delicious and the griller knew what he was doing. They were made with some Lipton beefy onion soup added in. Yowzers. Good stuff.
O have not had the lipton in a burger in a while.. i always found that they needed moisture.. and i tend to keep my burgers plain.. except tonight..
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I had a big fat juicy hamburger with bacon and bleu cheese crumbles.

*burp*
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