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Old 09-17-2014, 10:34 PM   #21
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can i see that menu? i might want some take out from there.

actually, where did you get the stroganov?

For the menu, just check out the daily dinner threads from the 7th.

Actually, I made it myself.
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Old 09-17-2014, 11:02 PM   #22
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We had fried burgers. Would have grilled them, but it started raining. They were still good.
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Old 09-18-2014, 12:33 AM   #23
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had burger steaks topped with Monterrey Jack cheese and green chilies with a side of asparagus and a dipping sauce Shrek created. Chocolate pudding for dessert.
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Old 09-18-2014, 12:43 AM   #24
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burger steaks?

is that like a salisbury steak, but with one of those appelation controlee or d.o.c. things that doesn't allow you to say it?
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the weather has not been so nice for us the past few days here in the middle of the desert, so I made Portuguese Bean Soup, an Island-style favorite in Hawaii.
Here's the bummer part of it all, we just came back from California where we went to a specialty store to buy Diamond Bakery Soda Crackers to go along with our soups as we did back home, well, they were stale!
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Old 09-18-2014, 01:57 AM   #26
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the weather has not been so nice for us the past few days here in the middle of the desert, so I made Portuguese Bean Soup, an Island-style favorite in Hawaii.
Here's the bummer part of it all, we just came back from California where we went to a specialty store to buy Diamond Bakery Soda Crackers to go along with our soups as we did back home, well, they were stale!
Stale, that sucks. It's not like you can just pop over to the store and get them exchanged. Hate when that happens.
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Old 09-18-2014, 02:09 AM   #27
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the weather has not been so nice for us the past few days here in the middle of the desert, so I made Portuguese Bean Soup, an Island-style favorite in Hawaii.
Here's the bummer part of it all, we just came back from California where we went to a specialty store to buy Diamond Bakery Soda Crackers to go along with our soups as we did back home, well, they were stale!
grind them to make breadcrumbs.
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Old 09-18-2014, 02:48 AM   #28
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Andy, Stroganoff is one of my favorite meals. Had I known sooner, Himself and I would have showed up with wine and dessert.

I had half a rotisserie chicken left, so I used half of the meat for a chicken/almond/green grape salad seasoned with garam masala, the other half was chicken/cranberries/walnuts with lemongrass. Served those up on pillowy-soft dinner rolls with a spinach salad (egg/bacon/mushroom/black olive/tomato). Still munching the chocolate cake mix cookies for desserts.
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burger steaks?

is that like a salisbury steak, but with one of those appelation controlee or d.o.c. things that doesn't allow you to say it?
No, I take fresh ground steak, shape it into a patty and cook it up. Steak for a toothless Ogre.
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No, I take fresh ground steak, shape it into a patty and cook it up. Steak for a toothless Ogre.
Around here, that's called a hamburger steak.
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