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Old 10-20-2013, 05:53 PM   #41
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I think that's a dang fine suggestion, Katy.
The elusive clam chowder!
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Pork loin roast rubbed with herbes de province and kosher salt, baked sweet potatoes with butter, steamed spinach, iced tea and the last of the butter pecan-rum cake for dessert. The roast is making the house smell awesome right now. Yum!
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Old 10-20-2013, 06:00 PM   #43
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Teriyaki Salmon.
The fish I bought started to fall apart during prep so I threw it out. I made some Pasta with Chanterelle Mushrooms.


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Old 10-20-2013, 06:01 PM   #44
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I think that's a dang fine suggestion, Katy.
The elusive clam chowder!
Hot diggity!

(Okay, maybe it doesn't work with an English accent...)

And yes, the most elusive clams ever!

However, I realised that there are revolting things called "Razor Clams" that you can dig up on British shorelines. (Luckily, not available locally).
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The fish I bought started to fall apart during prep so I threw it out. I made some Pasta with Chanterelle Mushrooms.
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nice job !
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Pork loin roast rubbed with herbes de province and kosher salt, baked sweet potatoes with butter, steamed spinach, iced tea and the last of the butter pecan-rum cake for dessert. The roast is making the house smell awesome right now. Yum!
The smell of a roasting joint is hard to beat!
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I'm thinking pan-fried pork chops seasoned with something with twice-baked potatoes (I LOVE twice-baked potatoes and got some huge potatoes at the farmer's market yesterday!) and probably a salad.
'Taters are in the toaster oven and chops are coming to room temp. I also bought a pound of fresh mozzarella cheese from a local Italian restaurant at the farmer's market yesterday, so the salad will be caprese with tomatoes and fresh basil from our garden.
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