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Old 09-05-2015, 01:57 PM   #11
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Yes, please do. I just simply after looking for it for quite a while, could not find it. Not only are my eyes going, but so is my sanity and mind.

Very easy mistake to make. Sometimes subthreads are hard to dig out.

I have no idea tonight. Pre-internet, I used to make a wonderful salisbury steak, and of course I lost the recipe. DH brought home some very nice looking beef patties a while back that I froze. I may try to recreate the SS.
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Old 09-05-2015, 02:33 PM   #12
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Very easy mistake to make. Sometimes subthreads are hard to dig out.

I have no idea tonight. Pre-internet, I used to make a wonderful salisbury steak, and of course I lost the recipe. DH brought home some very nice looking beef patties a while back that I froze. I may try to recreate the SS.
Thank you Dawg.
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Addie, for future reference go to General Cooking Info>Menu Planning>Today's Menu. It's tripped me up before too!
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Old 09-05-2015, 02:55 PM   #14
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Addie, for future reference go to General Cooking Info>Menu Planning>Today's Menu. It's tripped me up before too!
Or click on Home and scroll down till you see the previous day's dinner thread. Then look to the right and you can click on the forum where that thread was posted. Then start a new thread there.
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Old 09-05-2015, 02:56 PM   #15
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I'm making this grilled chicken recipe: [url=http://www.seriouseats.com/2014/07/the-food-lab-thai-style-grilled-chicken.html]The Food Lab: How to Make Thai-Style Grilled Chicken (Gai Yang) | Serious Eats[/url}

I'll also grill some veggies that I'll douse with a Thai-style marinade and make Thai cucumber salad.
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Old 09-05-2015, 07:15 PM   #16
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chcken fettucine alfredo and a small veggie salad
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Old 09-05-2015, 07:29 PM   #17
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DH said we don't have enough gas to grill, so the chicken is in the oven. It smells amazing!

I remembered that I have a pineapple that was on sale, so instead of veggies, I'm going to brush it with butter and sprinkle with Tajin seasoning, then broil it while the chicken rests. I figure the lime-chile flavors in the seasoning will go well with Thai food, too.
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GG, that recipe sounds great. The pineapple too. A side of Thai pickled cucumbers too.

Thanks for the link.
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Stirling made Mock Armadillo (Danish meatloaf) with the potato "boats". We also had some hot, pickled beets (that Stirling made). It was yummy and now we are both stuffed. He made two. One is for a picnic-potluck on Labour Day.
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Stirling made Mock Armadillo (Danish meatloaf) with the potato "boats". We also had some hot, pickled beets (that Stirling made). It was yummy and now we are both stuffed. He made two. One is for a picnic-potluck on Labour Day.
Stirling looks well fed. Oh yes, and the food looks delicious.
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