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Old 12-20-2004, 06:07 PM   #11
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Pizza. I can make it just as good as the pizzeria in town.
I think mine are better but I am not that consistant yet. However we rarely order pizza anymore.
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Old 12-20-2004, 06:26 PM   #12
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baked macaroni and cheese
I LOVE homemade macaroni and cheese, luvs, what is your recipe, or is it posted in the proper pasta page. I remember years ago a friend would have a gal party about once a month. She was European and would make M&C from scratch, while we all watched and drank wine and listened to Le Bohem, she was the dying diva. It took her about a hour and three bottles of wine (there were five of us) or so to get it ready for the oven. We would toss the salad while she got into character. BY the time dinner was done, the dramatic dying scene was being portrayed by our lovely hostess who was so bombed she could not walk across the floor. We served dinner and ate while she continued to dye on her couch, with another bottle of wine. We made her a plate and sat it on the coffee table, per her request opened another bottle of wine and cleaned up and quietly went home. The next day she would call each of us and ask if she had a good time, I told her she did the best dying scene ever, she did herself proud. A month later the same was repeated. We all had a good time, and we threatened to tape her but under penalty of not being invited to return, we never did.
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Old 12-20-2004, 06:32 PM   #13
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baked macaroni and cheese
I LOVE homemade macaroni and cheese, luvs, what is your recipe, or is it posted in the proper pasta page. I remember years ago a friend would have a gal party about once a month. She was European and would make M&C from scratch, while we all watched and drank wine and listened to Le Bohem, she was the dying diva. It took her about a hour and three bottles of wine (there were five of us) or so to get it ready for the oven. We would toss the salad while she got into character. BY the time dinner was done, the dramatic dying scene was being portrayed by our lovely hostess who was so bombed she could not walk across the floor. We served dinner and ate while she continued to dye on her couch, with another bottle of wine. We made her a plate and sat it on the coffee table, per her request opened another bottle of wine and cleaned up and quietly went home. The next day she would call each of us and ask if she had a good time, I told her she did the best dying scene ever, she did herself proud. A month later the same was repeated. We all had a good time, and we threatened to tape her but under penalty of not being invited to return, we never did.
Idid not read this disgusting post and it should be deleted now. :!: Mac and Cheese is Ummmmmm......well.....well....evil :!:
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Old 12-20-2004, 06:39 PM   #14
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baked macaroni and cheese
I LOVE homemade macaroni and cheese, luvs, what is your recipe, or is it posted in the proper pasta page. I remember years ago a friend would have a gal party about once a month. She was European and would make M&C from scratch, while we all watched and drank wine and listened to Le Bohem, she was the dying diva. It took her about a hour and three bottles of wine (there were five of us) or so to get it ready for the oven. We would toss the salad while she got into character. BY the time dinner was done, the dramatic dying scene was being portrayed by our lovely hostess who was so bombed she could not walk across the floor. We served dinner and ate while she continued to dye on her couch, with another bottle of wine. We made her a plate and sat it on the coffee table, per her request opened another bottle of wine and cleaned up and quietly went home. The next day she would call each of us and ask if she had a good time, I told her she did the best dying scene ever, she did herself proud. A month later the same was repeated. We all had a good time, and we threatened to tape her but under penalty of not being invited to return, we never did.
Idid not read this disgusting post and it should be deleted now. :!: Mac and Cheese is Ummmmmm......well.....well....evil :!:
Bangbang what is so disgusting about this post, not one four letter word in it.
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Old 12-20-2004, 07:34 PM   #15
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baked macaroni and cheese
I LOVE homemade macaroni and cheese, luvs, what is your recipe, or is it posted in the proper pasta page. I remember years ago a friend would have a gal party about once a month. She was European and would make M&C from scratch, while we all watched and drank wine and listened to Le Bohem, she was the dying diva. It took her about a hour and three bottles of wine (there were five of us) or so to get it ready for the oven. We would toss the salad while she got into character. BY the time dinner was done, the dramatic dying scene was being portrayed by our lovely hostess who was so bombed she could not walk across the floor. We served dinner and ate while she continued to dye on her couch, with another bottle of wine. We made her a plate and sat it on the coffee table, per her request opened another bottle of wine and cleaned up and quietly went home. The next day she would call each of us and ask if she had a good time, I told her she did the best dying scene ever, she did herself proud. A month later the same was repeated. We all had a good time, and we threatened to tape her but under penalty of not being invited to return, we never did.
i'll post it on the pasta page. :D
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Thanks luvs, I will look there.
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Old 12-20-2004, 07:47 PM   #17
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Norg..I would love your chicken parmasean recipe..it is one of my favorite foods ever...although I know how to make it....if its one of your specialties would you please share?
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Norg..I would love your chicken parmasean recipe..it is one of my favorite foods ever...although I know how to make it....if its one of your specialties would you please share?
Thanks for asking chez suz, of course I share. I take a chicken breast and pound 1/4 inch thick, dip in buttermilk, then a mixture of fresh fine breadcrumbs, garlic powder, onion powder, a tiny pinch of cayenne, a little flour, hungarian paprika and lots of parmasean reggiano. I double dip it (back into buttermilk and then the crumb mixture). I preheat a cast iron skillet in the oven and add evoo and butter and place the chicken breast in it, and bake until crunchy and not sticking to the pan, I flip it over just to crunch the other side. Normally I prefer fresh garlic and onions, but I find that the powder works better for this.
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Clam chowder
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Clam pasta
Artichoke dip
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Pizza. I can make it just as good as the pizzeria in town.
I think mine are better but I am not that consistant yet. However we rarely order pizza anymore.
even the crust is better?
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