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Old 10-31-2013, 08:00 PM   #21
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It was one thing to recommend the ways of cooking, share recipes. I don't know whatever else it might be. By seasoning is really matter of personal taste. I don't know. I don't think I ever asked for seasoning suggestion.
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It was one thing to recommend the ways of cooking, share recipes. I don't know whatever else it might be. By seasoning is really matter of personal taste. I don't know. I don't think I ever asked for seasoning suggestion.
I have asked about seasoning suggestions. Once it was what would go well with pear, since Stirling doesn't much like ginger.
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Old 10-31-2013, 08:23 PM   #23
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Well I am a huge fan of Tarragon with a creamy sauce for chicken.

If you are interested Dirk, I can give you a recipe I have made numerous times.

Oh, and welcome to the DC.

Edit: I realise of course that you didn't ask for "herb suggestions", but I still heartily recommend Tarragon.
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Old 10-31-2013, 08:25 PM   #24
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Depending on how you make the sauce, you could add some shredded sharp Swiss cheese. I make a chicken dish with sour cream, mushrooms, Swiss cheese, onions and garlic. We really like it and the next day it is even better. I've even thinned out the sauce a bit, chopped up the leftover chicken and made it into a soup.
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I have asked about seasoning suggestions. Once it was what would go well with pear, since Stirling doesn't much like ginger.
See, I think it is different, what goes well together and simply seasoning. Never mind, I say use paprika.
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Old 10-31-2013, 08:49 PM   #26
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BTW, does: Dirk wears white socks, Dirk wears white socks, you might not like us now but you will?
Sorry, flashback moment.
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BTW, does: Dirk wears white socks, Dirk wears white socks, you might not like us now but you will?
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Lordy Pac!! I absolutely do not believe you are a fan of Adam and the Ants!! No way!!
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See, I think it is different, what goes well together and simply seasoning. Never mind, I say use paprika.
Paprika with pear? But, you never know, it might be good.
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Paprika with pear? But, you never know, it might be good.
Seems unlikely....
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Paprika with pear? But, you never know, it might be good.
Neah with chicken.
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