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Old 11-22-2013, 12:25 PM   #31
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looks "the bomb" gg!!particularly impressive job after a tiring session at the hospital.twice baked potatoes?
Thanks. You're not familiar with twice-baked potatoes? You bake them, then cut them in half, or cut a thin slice off the top, depending on their size, then scoop the insides into a bowl. Make mashed potatoes with any add-ins you like, put the mash back into the potato skins, and bake again to warm them through and melt the cheese. Yummy stuff!
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Old 11-22-2013, 01:08 PM   #32
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Thanks. You're not familiar with twice-baked potatoes? You bake them, then cut them in half, or cut a thin slice off the top, depending on their size, then scoop the insides into a bowl. Make mashed potatoes with any add-ins you like, put the mash back into the potato skins, and bake again to warm them through and melt the cheese. Yummy stuff!
ah hahh!familiar with the proceedings but didn't know they were called that....didn't know what they were called for that matter!!
never too old to learn eh? thanks gg!!oh,and by the way...spuds,cheese & bacon?doesn't get much better in my book!!
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I forgot to post my supper yesterday. Lazy supper: I nuked the rotisserie chicken (love that sensor reheat setting) I bought Wednesday, washed and spun the organic baby greens, made a ranch dressing (I followed a recipe for the first time and it wasn't as good as my usual "some of this and some of that" ranch.), served it with organic, whole grain sourdough bread with olive oil and balsamic vinegar for dipping the bread and Mommessin's Cuvée Saint-Pierre white wine.
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Old 11-22-2013, 03:05 PM   #34
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The Pirate will be cooking supper tonight for both of us. Batter dipped chicken deep fried with baked potato and steamed broccoli, cheese and butter. Looks like The Pirate will be here for the weekend. So whatever he can find in the fridge, he will be doing the cooking.
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