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Old 09-24-2008, 07:55 PM   #31
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Took several pork tenderloins , cut slits and put in some roasted garlic,and browned them, let them cool, then wrapped in bacon and finished them off in the oven..While that was going on I picked some apples, sliced them, and then into a large skillet with butter,brown sugar when they were crisp tender I put a little taste of dark rum..Then I took some beautiful rolls I got, cut them open,buttered them and spooned in some of the apples and then thin slices of the pork roast..and spooned on some of the sweet gravy..Had a big green salad with lots of tomatoes,avocado,onion slices and cucumber... roasted asparagus and parm,salt and pepper..had peach pie for dessert with vanilla ice cream

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Old 09-24-2008, 08:05 PM   #32
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I'm 45 minutes into my chicken's cooking time......
Starting to get mighty hungry
Oh man that looks delicous!! Can I do that in the oven? And are you using beer or Dr.Pepper?
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Old 09-24-2008, 09:07 PM   #33
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Bacon avocado cheesburger and potato salad.
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Old 09-24-2008, 09:30 PM   #34
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Took several pork tenderloins , cut slits and put in some roasted garlic,and browned them, let them cool, then wrapped in bacon and finished them off in the oven..While that was going on I picked some apples, sliced them, and then into a large skillet with butter,brown sugar when they were crisp tender I put a little taste of dark rum..Then I took some beautiful rolls I got, cut them open,buttered them and spooned in some of the apples and then thin slices of the pork roast..and spooned on some of the sweet gravy..Had a big green salad with lots of tomatoes,avocado,onion slices and cucumber... roasted asparagus and parm,salt and pepper..had peach pie for dessert with vanilla ice cream

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Wow..... that got my taste buds rarin' to go again. That sounds downright decadent.

Kathe, Thanks, I don't know why you couldn't do it in the oven. I'm sure it's done all the time.
I use Dr Pepper because I don't like the "sweet" taste beer gives it, or seven up either (for you white pop drinkers). Dr P has a...... darker (?) flavor. It's not much of a difference, I'll eat either.
And as a sidenote, if I'm cooking pork ribs on the grill and hit the second phase where you wrap them in foil for a bit with a little liquid in with them, I don't like Dr P for that. I'd rather use apple juice, iced tea or a white pop. So find what you like. Your mileage may vary

Exceptionally good this time. Maybe because I had to buy a hormone free (and all that) chicken to get the size I wanted? The skin crisped up quicker and the meat was juicier. There might be something to buying a "healthy" dead chicken
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Old 09-24-2008, 09:41 PM   #35
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pacanis writes: I should be so lucky
then sattie writes:Awe! Me too!!! I've seen your pictures!!!
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you two just come here, I'll officiate [guess I'd better get ordained first yeah?] large yard with a view, you got a dress right? ahhahahaahh
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Old 09-24-2008, 09:48 PM   #36
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sautéed scallops , learned to really dry them here, and it did make a difference. also did not crowd pan. had assorted peppers and onions i stirred fried in pan from scallops , then added cooked chinese noodles , and put plum sauce on all of it. it was good, first thing that has tempted me for a week.

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Old 09-24-2008, 09:52 PM   #37
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pacanis writes: I should be so lucky
then sattie writes:Awe! Me too!!! I've seen your pictures!!!
...match maker match maker make me a match.......................
you two just come here, I'll officiate [guess I'd better get ordained first yeah?] large yard with a view, you got a dress right? ahhahahaahh
ha, ha.... I don't play around with married people.
You can ask my bank teller
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Old 09-24-2008, 10:10 PM   #38
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Shrimp and crab louis salad stuffed in an avocado, pesto deviled eggs, tomato wedges, sliced onion, cold asparagus, black olives, marinated artichoke hearts on iceberg lettuce with Thousand Island dressing & lemon wedges. Sliced a loaf of French bread in half, rubbed w garlic & tomato, drizzled with evoo, sprinkled with more garlic, chopped tomatoes, basil & shredded mozzarella cheese. Baking till the cheese is melted. Fruit salad for dessert.
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pacanis writes: I should be so lucky
then sattie writes:Awe! Me too!!! I've seen your pictures!!!
...match maker match maker make me a match.......................
you two just come here, I'll officiate [guess I'd better get ordained first yeah?] large yard with a view, you got a dress right? ahhahahaahh
HA!!! Yea, Pacanis is right, married I am and true to him even tho at times I would love to drop kick him!!!

Pacanis, dinner looks great!!!

Just finished up my dinner, it was wonderful! I need to start taking pics!
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