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Old 03-09-2012, 10:59 PM   #31
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mofet, i am online using my phone so i can only see half of a web page at a time, and while scrolling down i saw the picture of your dinner without being able to see who posted it, but immediately i knew it was your cooking.
you always have dark rich gravy and such dark browned meats. i'd be 500 lbs. if i was your hubby.

i'm just picking up dinner now as i'm due in at work at 11. i never have time to eat before cub scout meetings as i'm so busy getting stuff ready.
tonight is souvlaki, steak fries, salad, and baklava from big nick's on 77th and broadway.
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Old 03-10-2012, 07:24 AM   #32
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The plan was spaghetti with tri-color peppers, onions, and diced tomatoes. But SO isn't feeling well and is probably going to sleep so I may treat myself to a sea food dinner!!

So I treated myself to the broiled seafood dinner: scallops, shrimp, flounder, and crab imperial, green beans and fries on the side, and a cup of vegetable crab soup... Ooooh so good!
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mofet, i am online using my phone so i can only see half of a web page at a time, and while scrolling down i saw the picture of your dinner without being able to see who posted it, but immediately i knew it was your cooking.
you always have dark rich gravy and such dark browned meats. i'd be 500 lbs. if i was your hubby.

i'm just picking up dinner now as i'm due in at work at 11. i never have time to eat before cub scout meetings as i'm so busy getting stuff ready.
tonight is souvlaki, steak fries, salad, and baklava from big nick's on 77th and broadway.
Thank you bucky. It was hubs bday and I he wanted this for dinner.

I have been craving baklava for years. I have no clue where to get any GOOD baklava. I don't want to pay for disappointing garbage and have no clue where a good Greek bakery is. Maybe you can clue me in to a decent baklava in the Hackensack/Rutherford area?
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Old 03-10-2012, 11:13 AM   #34
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This was my rib eye steak with dan dan noodles from Jamie Olivers 30 minute meals book. I love that book, he comes up with some great ideas.
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Old 03-10-2012, 11:42 PM   #37
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Two lovely meals and already making me feel hungry..................what to cook today
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please--i am delirious with desire and hunger for all of today's food pics--please guys, post yours in the member's food forum for further drools....(sigh)
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Thank you bucky. It was hubs bday and I he wanted this for dinner.

I have been craving baklava for years. I have no clue where to get any GOOD baklava. I don't want to pay for disappointing garbage and have no clue where a good Greek bakery is. Maybe you can clue me in to a decent baklava in the Hackensack/Rutherford area?
i can't think of a good place for baklava in joisey. even big nick's is only average in comparison to my macedonian and turkish neighbors' homecooked versions.

but something similar, actually a but lighter, is the ekmek kataifi at the parkway diner on 46 in elmwood park, not far from pizzatowne. it's delucious, but call first because they don't always have it.
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