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Old 03-01-2012, 11:16 PM   #31
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I did gigs like that for a while!

NEVER AGAIN!

You're stronger than I am. :)

It's a living, and you never go hungry. After 19 years of being in professional kitchens, I don't know any different, so I better be good at it.
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Old 03-02-2012, 06:54 AM   #32
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I made Mark a big garden salad topped with bacon. Italian dressing and crackers included.

I made myself a spinach, mushroom and cheese wrap with cup o' noodles. Ice water to drink.
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Old 03-02-2012, 06:57 AM   #33
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I cooked tonight.

Boneless/skinless chicken breasts (sliced into strips and marinated in EVOO, grated fresh garlic, ground peppercorns, ground sea salt, ground red pepper flakes and my AP seasoning blend) and fresh broccoli sautéed in grape seed oil and EVOO (that was infused with fried slivered fresh garlic that was removed when golden). Chicken stock, fried garlic slivers, ground peppercorns, ground sea salt, ground red pepper flakes added, covered, and steamed until broccoli and chicken were tender and fully cooked. Tossed with Trader Joe’s spinach and chive linguini topped with fresh grated romano and parmesan cheeses and fresh ground red pepper flakes.

That looks perty tasty!
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Old 03-02-2012, 07:27 AM   #34
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thanks for 'splainin' my bit of sarcasm for me, tatt.

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Thank you bucky.
I forgot to add that there was dry sherry in the chicken marinade also.

What is in roast pork yat gaw mein soup. Actually what is "yat gaw mein".
it's noodle soup made with lo mein like noodles, slices of roast pork, and veggies.
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Old 03-02-2012, 09:53 AM   #35
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It's a living, and you never go hungry. After 19 years of being in professional kitchens, I don't know any different, so I better be good at it.
I say the same thing when people compliment. After 25 plus years, If I'm not good at it by now, I better get a new career.....
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Old 03-02-2012, 10:15 AM   #36
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That looks perty tasty!
Thank you VB. Your dinners sound yummy.

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thanks for 'splainin' my bit of sarcasm for me, tatt.



it's noodle soup made with lo mein like noodles, slices of roast pork, and veggies.
No fish? I like to try new things but hate most fish. Thanks for the low down on the soup bucky.
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Thank you VB. Your dinners sound yummy.


No fish? I like to try new things but hate most fish. Thanks for the low down on the soup bucky.
Have you noticed if it is fresh water or salt water fish that you hate? I seem to only like salt water fish.
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