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Old 11-16-2013, 10:20 PM   #31
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Snarfed, hoovered, yep. Theyz gone. lol
Note to self: Always buy double the mushrooms when Pac is around.
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Old 11-16-2013, 10:22 PM   #32
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Note to self: Always buy double the mushrooms when Pac is around.
Here's the Tried and True recipe for Mushrooms Gratin. It is by far one of the most tried recipes on DC.
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Old 11-16-2013, 10:25 PM   #33
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I fixed Cat's potato, ham and cheese soup for my roommate's family. It was really good. We had garlic bread with it.

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That sounds delicious! (Potato,ham and cheese are hard to beat)
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Old 11-16-2013, 10:44 PM   #34
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Here's the Tried and True recipe for Mushrooms Gratin. It is by far one of the most tried recipes on DC.
Have read, copied and will try PF. Thanks for the link.
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Have read, copied and will try PF. Thanks for the link.
Another convert in the making It is a favorite side of several of us.
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Old 11-17-2013, 04:19 AM   #36
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Just perfect. A great night out with friends and food.
Here was my grub. Enough left over for lunch tomorrow. Except for the mushroom gratin
boy oh boy that looks damn good to me pac!! luvvin' those "bangers" mate,favourite bit is where the filling comes out of the ends & gets all crunchy..perfection!!
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Tonight was the WEDDING! After 11 months of planning, it is now officially over. We had a nice meal of pot roast with gravy, mashed taters, broccoli, corn rice pilaf, scalloped potatoes, ham with raisin sauce, salads and cake. Served buffet style. Having a hard time winding down and sleeping.
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Breasts out thawing?
Say what?!

I'd pound those babies flat
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Sorry, just had mine pounded flat last month...
alix's breasts are clearly very cold,need to NIP this one in the bud,before they get outta hand.as for working backwards alix........??!!
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Old 11-17-2013, 05:27 AM   #39
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Thanks, Harry. If there's one thing the town grocery store does right it's make their own sausage.
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if you only ever make one curry from scratch,i implore you,nay beseech you to make it a thai yellow curry.it is,to me,the thai equivalent of apple pie & custard,rhubarb crumble & ice cream,jam roly poly & white sauce,corned beef hash & pickled red cabbage,cottage pie & brown sauce...it is pure comfort...sweet,sharp,hot,cool,smooth & salty with a depth of flavour no other curry can equal imho....right,that's got that off me chest!!tonights offering is harry's thai yellow fish curry made with cornish hake,chipirones,black tiger prawns,okra & thai fragrant/brown basmati steamed rice.singha beer colder than a polar bears bum.thank you!!
Thats interesting. The Thai cookbooks I have call for paste. I made a batch of yellow curry paste last week.

Ingredients
3 oz California Chilies
1 Tbsp corriander seed
1 Tbsp cumin seed
1 1/2 Tbsp shrimp paste
3 Tbsp curry powder
2 Tbsp ground turmeric
2 stalks lemon grass
2 Tbsp finely chopped fresh ginger
2 Tbsp chopped garlic
1/2 cup chopped shallots

I doubled the recipe and ended up with about 4 cups of paste. This stuff freezes well and most recipes using it call for a cup. This paste is mild. You adjust the heat in the actual dish with fresh Thai chilies or what ever chilies you prefer.
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