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Old 10-21-2013, 01:41 AM   #71
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So the meatloaf was pre-empted by DH's desire for chicken stir-fry. He did most of the chopping/cooking. Serves over fluffy basmati rice.


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Old 10-21-2013, 04:25 AM   #72
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The smell of a roasting joint is hard to beat!
the aroma of a smoking one is pretty irresistable too imo!
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Old 10-21-2013, 04:27 AM   #73
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rock on rock...fine looking spreadyou can have that lager now......
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Smoked ham, green beans and new potatoes, homemade french bread.

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love smoked ham .40....love smoked anything come to think of it.sounds deelish!
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Old 10-21-2013, 04:35 AM   #75
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Nothing too fancy here. Chicken and biscuits, salad and a bottle of Semillon.
i've seen biscuits on shows like diners,driveins & dives etc.never tried them but they look damn good.got a recipe rocket?
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Old 10-21-2013, 04:46 AM   #76
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Okay, two soups at once. My clam chowder and Shrek's potato and bacon
not bad for a cook in handcuffs....looks fab princess!

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Cheryl, the pork roast was an experiment and it turned out beyond expectations.

I took a small pork loin, dampened it and liberally coated it with herbes de province and kosher salt. Really put on a thick coating, then baked it at 400F until the internal temperature was 145F. Wow! I will definitely do this again.
sounds lovely katie...any chance of a piccie or two?

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Wow, I didn't know you were making potato bacon, too, Fi.
Two very fine soups

Here's my dinner.
see you've got the hang of the camera pac.bet it tasted as good as it looks mate!!

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So the meatloaf was pre-empted by DH's desire for chicken stir-fry. He did most of the chopping/cooking. Serves over fluffy basmati rice.
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luvvin' the food & that plate sb..brightens up a dark & rainy manchester day.reminds me of holidays in spain.very mediterranean
now go & stick your pics on food photo's!!
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Thanks guys.

Cheryl, they were cheese curds. Check out my "It's back..." thread under contests.
Did you squirt any lime juice on your beans and quinoa? It seems like it would have went well.

Nice colors on that stir-fry.
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Old 10-21-2013, 08:36 AM   #78
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Black beans and rice here! And I'll see if I can trust Frank's suggestion of supposedly edible pepper plant leaves, which I'll steam. They are truly nasty when eaten raw.
I missed that post--what type of pepper plants? I have tons of pepper plants...
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I had leftover ratatouille my way--I added some chick peas to it today. I guess it is more like vegetable stew with eggplant, tomatoes, leeks, carrots, potatoes, rutabaga, cabbage, swiss chard, peppers, Israeli cous-cous, and chick peas. I added some Frank's hot sauce because I like hot.
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sounds lovely katie...any chance of a piccie or two?
Not a chance, Harry. We were members of the "Clean Plate Club" last night. I love how the roast turned out and, obviously, Glenn did, too.

Yeah! I love this kind of success.
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